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Hastings, New York, is a town within Oswego County. It is named after Hastings Curtiss, who was a member of the State Assembly in the 1820s. The area was first settled in 1789 when it was used as a center to trade with Native Americans. The area was initially known as "Breda," and a town was established in 1825 from parts of Constantia. Early industries in the community included lumbering and the manufacturing of wooden items.

High School students in Hastings often attend Paul V Moore High School, which the Central Square Central School District administers. This High School is known for its excellent academic programs, and it has received a bronze medal from US News for its educational achievements.

Syracuse is only half an hour south of Hastings, and it has many excellent colleges and universities. Some of the great schools include Syracuse University, Le Moyne College, Syracuse University College of Arts and Sciences, and Crouse Hospital School of Nursing. These top schools might be ones you could attend if you reach out to private tutors in Hastings, NY, for tutoring either in-home or online, to receive subject instruction or test prep. Hastings, NY, tutoring could help you achieve academic excellence and surpass your goals.

Residents of Hastings often visit Syracuse for the city's wealth of cultural and entertaining attractions, and it is very easy to spend a day in this community. One of the most-visited locations in Syracuse is the Rosamond Gifford Zoo, which is home to many beautiful and exotic animals from around the world. Some of the fascinating creatures that can be found here include penguins, snow leopards, red pandas, elephants, lions, tigers, and more. The City Market is another great spot to visit. This event is held on the second Sunday of almost every month. There, you can purchase art, handmade jewelry, antiques, vintage furniture, and many more quaint items. Webster Pond is another quintessential Syracuse stop. At the pond, you can feed the ducks and admire other birds playing in the water. There is a walking trail that circles the pond, and many Hastings residents grew up coming to this sentimental spot.

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Tutoring review by William in Hastings, NY
Today, the student and I worked on finding volumes of solids rotated about the x and y axes. We discussed the shell and the washer methods. After several times practicing using the shell method, I think the student has got a good handle on it. The washer method is a bit more complex and we didn't get to that until towards the end of our session. Before ending our session, I set up a similar problem and tried to summarize the steps for him. I'm hoping that in continuing to practice, he will feel more comfortable with it. If he still has questions or confusion, we will revisit it next week.
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Tutoring review by Padraic in Hastings, NY
During our session, the student continued working through his calculus assignments, dealing with the topic of finding the area between two curves. He worked through each step to identify the bounds of the region, determine if the upper and lower boundaries intersect anywhere along the boundary, and carry out the integral necessary to calculate the area between two curves. Once again, he understood the material very well, identified intersections, determined upper and lower boundaries, and evaluated integrals very easily. He and I worked through two word problems near the end of the session, and he did a good job identifying which variables were denoted by certain phrases or equations in the written explanation of a question. His spring break is coming up, and we plan on meeting again on Monday.
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Tutoring review by Robin in Hastings, NY
We moved forward to chapters 10 and 11 in History. I administered quizzes on the material. The student and I discussed study techniques. In English, we discussed an on outline for her Life of Pi essay and discussed/ practiced choosing quotes that are relevant and clearly back up the point being made.
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Tutoring review by Patrick in Hastings, NY
We covered a lot of the topics in Calculus 2 in order to catch the student up to the material for her exam Thursday. We reviewed the concepts we went over last time, and then went over new material, such as the root test, ratio test, alternating series test, conditional and absolute convergence, examples of alternating series, alternating series approximation, growth rates of polynomials, exponentials, factorials, and n^n, power series, interval of convergence and radius of convergence, ratio test for power series, Taylor polynomials, Taylor Approximation Theorem, determining error, polar coordinates, relationship between rectangular and polar, graphing circles and polar roses, integration formulas for area of a polar region and arc length.
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Tutoring review by Steven in Hastings, NY
Today we went over deductive and inductive reasoning as well as conditional/ converse/ inverse/ contrapositive statements. He had most of the problems with the latter. We went over many problems. I tried to show him a trick with those problems on how each one can be rewritten to show how each was related. He has a quiz on this tomorrow. He started to understand it by the end of the session.
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Tutoring review by Kaiwen in Hastings, NY
The student and I went over topics on more convergence/divergence tests in Calculus 2. In particular, we did a lot of practice problems on comparison tests, limit comparison tests, and ratio and root tests. To help her determine which tests to use, I tried to identify the properties of each test and the applied problems so that she can find a pattern. We will do more practice next time, so she feels comfortable deciding the correct tests to use.
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