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About DeSoto

Desoto is a small city in Texas that has over 51,000 people. It is a Dallas suburb and was an All-American City Award winner.

The majority of public schools in Desoto lie in the Desoto Independent School District. Desoto High School is the only high school in the city. Dallas Baptist University in Dallas is ranked as one of the best universities in Texas by U.S. News and World Report and is notable for its high-quality teacher preparatory credentials. With private test prep instruction via in-home or online tutoring in Desoto, TX, you can potentially improve the chances of getting into these top schools.

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Tutoring review by Stephen in DeSoto, TX
For this session, we covered exponential functions for his algebra homework. As for biology, we covered the various cycles (nitrogen, phosphorus, water, carbon dioxide and oxygen).
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Tutoring review by Robert in DeSoto, TX
The student and I discussed methods for solving integrals with Trig. Substitutions. I showed her some mnemonics for memorizing trig identities and we discussed how to utilize said identities.
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Tutoring review by Kevin in DeSoto, TX
Tonight we went over more homework problems dealing with the convergence and divergence of infinite series. The student seemed to have a very good understanding of the comparison tests being used, including the divergence, integral, and limit comparison tests. He has a test next Friday, so I expect we will be reviewing a lot of this material for the test and for his final.
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Tutoring review by Richard in DeSoto, TX
We started working on a new chapter covering hypothesis testing. The first section we worked on introduced steps to follow in the process and concentrated on just two of the steps, the null/ alternative hypotheses and the conclusion based off a p-value. There was also a discussion of types of errors that can occur from a wrong conclusion. Then we started the next section and went through one full example that showed the student all of the main steps in detail.
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Tutoring review by Steve in DeSoto, TX
The student and I will be working on his health course and English course. He is a wonderful student, is highly motivated, and has the goal of improving his grades.
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Tutoring review by Siddharth in DeSoto, TX
In this session, we started by doing more force problems dealing with acceleration down a slope. I had to go over the difference between the forces in both the x and y directions and how they influence (and don't influence) each other. By drawing diagrams, we were able to understand these problems! I also helped the student with her Calculus. She had some homework dealing with logarithmic differentiation. I started by looking over easier, related problems and making sure she had a firm basis in these problems. She correctly answered the harder questions by herself. I also started teaching her the next section.
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