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Greenville, New York, is located in the northern border of Greene County. The area was originally settled around 1774, and it was officially established out of the towns of Durham and Coxsackie in 1803. At one point, the community called itself "Freehold," but it changed its name back to Greenville in 1808. The town currently is home to around 4,000 residents.

The only public secondary institution in the town is Greenville High School, which is managed by the Greenville Central School District. Albany, New York, is only about 25 miles northeast of Greenville, making it pretty easy to commute to one of the city's prestigious colleges or universities. A few of these schools are Albany Medical College, Maria College, the University at Albany, and the College of Saint Rose. Whether you are looking to attend a private or public college or university, you might benefit by seeking a personal tutor in Greenville, NY, who can offer you online or in-home tutoring sessions for test prep instruction. You may enjoy working with Greenville tutors, who are happy to provide you with online tutoring and test prep assistance.

Greenville hosts a number of popular local attractions that beg to be discovered, and you will have fun exploring what this town has to offer. One of the community's most popular destinations is the Greenville Drive-In, which is an old-fashioned theater under the stars. This movie place often shows classic movies such as Ghostbusters, and audio comes in through an FM radio station. The snack bar also has treats from across the state, including special local chips, drinks, and vegan ice pops.

The Rainbow Golf Club is a fun spot to patron for visitors. This beautiful course allows guests to either play 9 or 18 holes. The gameplay at the course is popular, and it is common for people to visit at least once a week. If you'd like to get outside, minus the golf, be sure to visit the scenic Catskill Escarpment Loop. You can easily spend the better part of an afternoon here, and the trails offers picturesque views of the bluffs and hills that scatter across the horizon.

To help you work towards success in your courses, expert online or in-home private tutoring from tutors in Greenville is offered for both general class instruction and test prep. Take control of your education and allow an available tutor in Greenville, NY, to potentially help you improve in all of your classes and exams today.

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Tutoring review by Benjamin in Greenville, NY
We went over multi-step inequalities after we went over some in depth rules about negative numbers (e.g., adding, multiplying, and how they fall on the number line). She is doing very well with the "box method," but we're still working on solving multi-step equations in a more direct path.
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Tutoring review by Deana in Greenville, NY
The student did his math homework sheet, which was only 15 problems. This sheet practiced writing improper fractions as a mixed number. After he finished this I made some review problems for long division, writing equivalent fractions, writing mixed numbers as mixed fractions, and adding fractions with different denominators. This last material was partially new, but he has been doing well enough with the material that I decided to introduce this new kind of problem so he will be ready next week when he sees it in class.
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Tutoring review by Mary in Greenville, NY
The student is currently working on inequality proofs. This can be confusing for students because previously the work she has been doing is proving that that the triangles, etc. are congruent. With inequality proofs, however, we are proving the opposite: that one line/angle is bigger than the other. We spent the lesson clarifying the theorems and applying them in the proofs.
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Tutoring review by Timothy in Greenville, NY
The students are using Saxon Math 6/7. They are currently on chapter 33 - changing percents to fractions. We reviewed prime numbers and factor trees specifically as a method to reduce fractions. In upcoming lessons we will review GCF, LCM, divisibility rules, and long division.
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Tutoring review by Spencer in Greenville, NY
This was a good review session. We worked on several application of derivatives and then looked at applying the fundamental theorem of calculus.
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Tutoring review by Junior in Greenville, NY
Our main concept today was factoring trinomials. The simpler ones are like x^2 + 10x +24 where we look for a product of +24 and a sum of +10. For a list of possibilities, the correct pair is 6 and 4--producing the factors: (x + 6)(x + 4). This can be verified using the FOIL method. The strategy is to try every possible combination until the correct one is found. The student saw the light and was successful doing several on his own. We then proceeded to more complex forms of factoring where the leading coefficient of x^2 is not = to 1. As one example, we considered 18x^2 - 9x -14. There are numerous combinations, but only one will work. The only strategy here is guess-and-check. We found the correct pair of factors to be (6x - 7)(3x + 2). He will practice more of these before our next session.
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