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East Bay is the eastern region of the San Francisco Bay Area. East Bay has a population of approximately three million, making it the most populated subregion of the Bay Area.

The Oakland Unified School District is the largest school system in East Bay. It serves approximately 46,400 students. Oakland High, Fremont High, and Far West High are a few of the district's secondary institutions. Hoping to further your education through private instruction? Tutors in East Bay look forward to tutoring you for your course or test prep, either in-home or online. For higher education opportunities in East Bay, check out California State University, East Bay and the University of California, Berkeley. A good way to take steps to try to get into the school of your choice is by using a private East Bay, CA, tutor who can offer you expert test prep instruction and tutoring, either in-home or online.

Oakland is the largest city in East Bay, hosting approximately 413,800 residents. The city is home to Paramount Theatre, the Oakland Aviation Museum, the Oakland Museum of California, and the African American Museum and Library at Oakland. The latter preserves the history and experiences of African Americans in the north region of California, including the Bay Area. It's extensive archival collection is comprised of diaries, correspondences, photos, and periodicals, among other artifacts. The museum's library archives include materials related to Martin Luther King Junior, Malcolm X, Africa, and genealogy. It houses recorded oral histories, microfilms, manuscripts, and more. The city is the home of the Oakland Raiders and Oakland Athletics. The teams compete in the NFL and MLB, respectively.

Fremont is another populous city in East Bay. It's population is an estimated 220,000. Fremont Central Park and Lake Elizabeth is one of the city's major recreation areas. The park has picnic areas, sports fields, and paths for walking and biking. It hosts a nine-hole golf course and driving range, a skateboarding park, and a swimming facility with a water slide. Fremont is also home to the Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum, where it shows silent films on a weekly basis. Weekday tours and educational activities are available for school groups, among others. The tour consists of silent film screenings, talks on early filmmaking history, and a moving pictures workshop.

It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in East Bay for test prep and help with course material. East Bay, CA, tutoring might bring you closer to your goals, no matter which of the prestigious colleges and universities you wish to attend.

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Tutoring review by Brian in East Bay, CA
The new unit is basic trigonometry. I explained the basic concepts (Pythagorean theorem, trig functions, special right triangles) and began a study sheet for her to use. We discussed solving for unknown sides of a triangle or unknown angles using trig functions or their inverse. The student understood the concepts but had some minor trouble identify the correct side/angle to use. We also briefly covered the relationship between degrees and radians and the unit circle.
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Tutoring review by Kwanoo in East Bay, CA
The student and I are making steady progress. He is opening up and is more engaged in our sessions. We reviewed how to solve algebra equations in our session today.
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Tutoring review by Mark in East Bay, CA
In this session, we did geometry. We went over how to find the area and perimeter of shapes. The student knows how to do this but wanted more practice. We started off by find the perimeter of shapes. In order to find the perimeter of a shape, he simply needed to add the sides. This applied to triangles, parallelograms, rectangles, and squares. One example was a rectangle. The rectangle had 15 ft. as the width and 25 ft. as the length. There were two ways that he could have done this. He could have added them all up or used a formula, p = 2(l) + 2(w). He decided to add the sides; the perimeter was 80 ft. I reminded him to always put the units with the answer. Next, we found the area of shapes. For these, he needed to know the formulas for those shapes. An example was a triangle. The triangle had a height of 10 ft. and a base of 12 ft. He needed to put those two number into this formula: A=1/2(bxh), with h as 10 ft. and b as 12 ft. The answer is 60 ft. squared (it's ft. "squared" because the numbers are being multiplied). The student was not struggling with anything. He did an excellent job.
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Tutoring review by Andrew in East Bay, CA
We began working with angle relationship identification and meaning. An example would be, what does it mean for two angles to be "same side interior." One strategy we discussed is imagining sliding an angle on parallel lines over one another so that you can visualize their relationship to one another better (e.g.: congruent, supplementary, and so on).
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Tutoring review by Dana in East Bay, CA
The student and I reviewed the key vocabulary and concepts of his current chapter: greetings and leave-takings, general questions that young people might ask one another; classroom objects; the subject pronouns; the verb avoir; and the indefinite articles. We then worked on his homework for the next two classes. We finished by previewing the beginnings of Chapter 2 -- activities that young people like and don't like to do; the definite articles; and the present tense of a typical 1st conjugation verb -- aimer.
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Tutoring review by Fatima in East Bay, CA
The student and I covered the same material as before in order to practice for his exam tomorrow. We covered linear functions and solving the system either by graphing, elimination and/or substitution. He came ready for business today and worked nonstop and made fewer mistakes this time. I gave him a few hours of relaxation and later in the evening sent him practice problems to do within an hour so he could work on them (as if it was the exam). At the hour mark, I sent him the answers so he can check how he did. I believe he will do well in his exam tomorrow, based on the work he put in today and the last time I saw him.
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