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About Franklin

The town of Franklin is located in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. Franklin has a wonderful community life. With its acres upon acres of wooded terrain, lively downtown area, and convenient access to major cities like Boston, Franklin is one of the premiere destinations and places to live in the state of Massachusetts. This friendly town has a population of about 33,000 residents.

Franklin is served by the Franklin Public School District. The top rated high school in this district is Franklin High School. Franklin High is an exceptional school. However, much like other high schools, students sometimes struggle in their coursework and getting prepared for college. Finding excellent Franklin tutoring online might help a great deal with test prep and your coursework. If you are looking for private online or in-home tutoring to potentially improve in class or pass that big exam, professional tutors in Franklin are skilled in instruction and test prep for all levels. Dean College is also located in the town of Franklin, and Massachusetts Bay Community College is located within 20 minutes from Franklin. Whether you are looking to attend a private or public college or university, you could benefit by seeking a personal tutor in Franklin, MA, who can offer you online or in-home tutoring sessions for test prep instruction.

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Tutoring review by Philip in Franklin, MA
We covered a few questions the student had on determining areas between intersecting functions. Then we moved on to determining formulas for cross sectional areas (circles, squares and triangles) given the profile function (circle) for the edge of the cross section. He seemed to grasp this concept quickly and we correctly completed several exercises from his text book. We ended up setting up the integrals for volumes of revolution based on circular cross sections of solids given their profile function.
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Tutoring review by Talia in Franklin, MA
The student has a math final next week and was given some review packets to work through over the next week. She had already worked through most of the packets, but wanted help answering some questions, as well as some corrections. The student needed help on a probability question and a geometry equation, but for the most part, she answered the other questions of this type correctly on her packet. We went through the whole review packet to make sure she understands all concepts that are covered on her final. We did practice problems from each subtopic and she needed the most help with scientific notation and Pythagorean Theorem problems. Once it seemed that the student understood how to answer these questions, she wanted to move on to working on her science review packet. We started with a review of photosynthesis vocabulary and processes, and included a review of plant biology and tropism. She still had her textbook available to use as a reference so that we could make sure we were not leaving any ideas out of her review. Her closest exam is on Monday and that is her Spanish final, so she wanted to review her practice exam questions. We focused heavily on conjugations since she has continually had a lot of problems getting this to stick. I've noticed that the student struggles with vocabulary, but specifically, she rarely remembers the meanings of common verbs. I had the student make a chart of useful verbs, their definitions, as well as conjugations of mainly stem changing verbs. She is expected to know these for her test, so I instructed her to practice writing out the conjugations over and over to get them properly memorized for the final.
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Tutoring review by Megan in Franklin, MA
We worked through an online test that covered trigonometric functions, their identities, sinusoidal graphs and their transformations, and using the unit circle. We worked quickly, leaving some topics to be explained in more detail at the following session.
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Tutoring review by Benjamin in Franklin, MA
Today we covered such topics as domain, limits of a function, and level curves as applied to three or four dimensional spaces. The student had good intuition for how to approach most of the problems we looked at, we spent the most time going over the intricacies of limits when approaching a point in R2 for the input. He felt confident he understood all the required concepts to finish his homework on his own.
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Tutoring review by Jennifer in Franklin, MA
We went over linear programming and worked on word problems to identify optimal solutions/profits, etc. The student was comfortable with rearranging inequalities to solve for y in order to graph the functions. We went over how to determine if a solution set is bounded, unbounded, infeasible, or if there are alternate optimal solutions. We'll discuss more about alternate optimal solutions during our next session, and I asked her to review matrices, especially multiplication, before she takes the unit test.
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Tutoring review by Kelie in Franklin, MA
In algebra we talked about the quadratic formula, which was time consuming, but not difficult for the student. He must have figured out completing the square on his own, because he got all of his homework questions correct. His next test should be coming up soon, so he should work more on the practice problems I assigned him. I gave him all of my solutions for the chapter 9 problems so that he could check his work. In science we reviewed naming compounds and balancing chemical equations. He had forgotten both of those things, so it started a little rocky, but got better very quickly as we did more practice problems. He should practice balancing equations a little more before his test tomorrow.
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