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Darby is a borough situated in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. It's population is an estimated 10,700. The borough's namesake is the English city of Derby. Darby was settled around 1654 by colonial era Quakers.

The public schools of the borough are served by the William Penn School District. The district is home to Penn Wood High School, which occupies two campuses in the area. If you are looking for private online or in-home tutoring to potentially improve in class or pass that big exam, professional tutors in Darby are skilled in instruction and test prep for all levels. If you're looking to attend a local college, you should check out the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Talmudical Yeshiva of Philadelphia, the Moore College of Art and Design, and the University of Pennsylvania. The latter is one of U.S. News and World Report's top 10 national universities. The personal test prep instruction you can get from online or in-home private Darby, PA, tutoring might give you an edge to get into the best schools.

Darby is located near several parks, including the Jack Frazier Memorial Tot Lot, Collingdale Park, Eastwick Park, and Bartram Park. The parks offer plenty of open space that you can use for playing sports or enjoying a nice picnic with loved ones. Collingdale Park, for instance, offers fields, courts, and playground facilities. Similarly close by is the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum. The refuge is situated along Darby Creek. It is dedicated to preserving the Tinicum Marsh and offers visitors the opportunity to use its hiking trails and visitor center. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is the nearest major city, located approximately 10 miles northeast of Darby. Philadelphia is the state's largest city. It is known for its rich history, which can be witnessed at the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, which is where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed. The Philadelphia Museum of Art is one of the top attractions in the city. The museum has more than 227,000 objects that range from the Western world to Asia during the third millennium BCE. The Carl Otto Kretzschmar von Kienbusch Collection is one of the museum's highlights. Philadelphia hosts the Eagles, Phillies, and 76ers of the NFL, MLB, and NBA, respectively.

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Tutoring review by Aalok in Darby, PA
We went over a math assignment dealing with laws and manipulations of logs and natural logs and calculating interest.
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Tutoring review by Robyn in Darby, PA
The student and I worked through a mixed review that he had been assigned. We spent time discussing problems dealing with balancing an equation involving fractions. Overall, it was a good session and the student was able to complete her worksheet with time left over to review the substitution method for a system of equations.
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Tutoring review by Daniel in Darby, PA
The student and I went over combining functions. We went over the notation for plugging one function into another. We developed a routine for addressing the notation of these problems by writing them out and drawing arrows, so that the problems are made simpler with a visual. We went over the concept of domain as well as some of the notation associated with it. We went over the cases when a function does not exist, and its implications for the domain of the function. Most of our time was spent going through homework problems.
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Tutoring review by Ari in Darby, PA
In this lesson, we reviewed for the student's upcoming exam. We reviewed integration by parts, going over the different types of patterns in the integration problems and the thought process for determining what to set as u and v. We also looked at partial fraction decomposition, and encountered the necessity of having the degree of the numerator be strictly less than the degree of the denominator. In addition, we reviewed trig substitution, figuring out when to let x = a*tan(theta),a*sin(theta), and a*sec(theta), and any manipulation that has to be done in order to figure out what a should be. Lastly, we worked on integrals of functions that can be written as products of powers of sin and cos, or tan and sec, cot and cdc and how to handle each of those. I think with some more practice on her own, she will be in good shape for the exam.
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Tutoring review by Beverly in Darby, PA
Today's session was focused on reviewing for the student's final exam on Wednesday. First, we briefly went over her Chapter 10 and 11 exam, which she did well on. We went over several problems that she will clarify with her teacher tomorrow. Next, we reviewed problems from sections 9.5-9.6 and 11.1-11.3, as well as various homework from other chapters that she had questions on. She appears very well prepared for her exam, and I'm confident that she will do well!
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Tutoring review by Lynne in Darby, PA
The student worked on graphing polynomials by determining their end behavior, x-intercepts, y-intercepts, and zeros. We also found the leading coefficient and the equation of the polynomial based on the graph. The final problems dealt with synthetic division - finding the remaining zeroes of the polynomial, given one zero, and then completely factoring the polynomial. In these problems, multiplicity was also discussed and how that affects the graph. We went through quite a few sections of her assignment, but she had completed some of the problems in the sections earlier on her own. For these particular assignments, I feel that she has a good handle on the material.
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