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De Soto, Kansas, can be found in Johnson, Leavenworth, and Wyandotte Counties, and is a part of the larger Kansas City Metropolitan Area. The area was first settled in 1828, and it was named after Spanish explorer Hernando De Soto. The city was incorporated in 1901, and it was at one time home to a 9,000-acre ammunition plant. Like many parts of the United States, De Soto experienced a rapid population boom following World War II, and it now has around 6,000 residents.

The De Soto School District manages DeSoto High School, which is the only public secondary institution in the community. DeSoto High is one of the best high schools in Kansas, and it has received a silver medal from US News for its stellar academic programs.

Being so close to Kansas City allows De Soto residents to enroll in a prominent college or university, and there are many to choose from. Just a few of them are the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City Art Institute, Avila University, and Rockhurst University. Are you looking for private instruction to help you get into your top college? Online or in-home test prep tutoring in De Soto, KS, is available to help you work towards your goals. De Soto, KS, tutoring might bring you closer to your goals, no matter which of the prestigious colleges and universities you wish to attend.

Kansas City is just 20 miles away from De Soto, so it is the perfect place to visit for a day-trip. There are many fun cultural attractions in Kansas City, one of which is the Arabia Steamboat Museum. This museum houses tons of artifacts from the American frontier, and it will give you a glimpse into the life of early Missourian settlers. The Kansas City Public Library is also worth exploring, and there, you'll discover an abundance of fascinating books and charming features. This library has a giant chessboard, a rooftop terrace, and a children's section, and it is a beautiful old building with marble floors. You should also stop by World of Fun Oceans of Fun for a traditional amusement park experience, and this facility has over 235 acres of slides and rides. This park has seven roller coasters, massive water slides, a Planet Snoopy, and many other thrill rides.

Looking to advance your education through private tutoring in De Soto? You may enjoy receiving instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or for test prep. It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in De Soto for test prep and help with course material.

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Tutoring review by Kathy in De Soto, KS
We covered simplifying expressions. I gave the student practice problems because she had some trouble with adding/multiplying negative and positive numbers while working with variables and coefficients.
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Tutoring review by Adam in De Soto, KS
Reviewed for upcoming test on conic sections. Reviewed formulas for determining important characteristics for all four types of conic sections and discussed how to identify conic section type from general form of equation. Completed review assignment and began working on test from previous year. Stressed importance of memorizing the equations to determine the important characteristics of the different conic sections.
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Tutoring review by Shefali in De Soto, KS
During our session, we reviewed Section 7.1 from her textbook on sequences. She worked on homework problems but did have some trouble with writing rules for sequences. However, once she completed practice problems and I provided explanations, she was able to clear up any confusion she had. We then continued to review Section 7.2 on Arithmetic Sequences and Series. She completed homework assignments (in advance) from Sections 7.1 and 7.2. She did a great job understanding the problems and applying the rules from these sections!
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Tutoring review by Valerie in De Soto, KS
I had the student discuss with me what the class worked on today. He explained they started on a new concept - laws of motion. He showed me the graphic organizer that he began in class to give the students definitions and information on the 3 Laws of Motion. I had him create note cards for the first two laws of motion. He wrote the definition on the front, circled key words, and placed an image, symbols, or keywords to help him remember the definition. We watched a video explaining the 1st and 2nd laws of motion.
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Tutoring review by Dae in De Soto, KS
The student has a midterm in Algebra 2, so we reviewed the practice test packet he had gotten from his teacher. The packet covered the entire section, consisting largely of absolute value inequalities, systems of equations, and solving for missing values. He had some difficulty with absolute value inequalities but taking the time to re-read the questions to see what needs to be solved really helped. We also discussed alternate methods to solve and graph systems of equations and inequalities, which would be useful in a test situation where notes are not readily available. Overall, he seemed well-prepared for the midterm, I think he will do really well on the test.
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Tutoring review by Kimberly in De Soto, KS
I worked on math problems with the student. We worked on multiplying two and three digit numbers with and without decimals. She was doing great and was understanding the order of operations she needs to perform. She has also been working on ounces and pounds and so I gave her practice problems on converting from ounces to pounds and she did very well with that also. The last thing we did was go over some more times tables and I wrote down the facts she still needed to work on.
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