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Loomis, California, is an incorporated town located within Placer County, and is a part of the larger Sacramento-Arden-Arcade-Roseville metropolitan area. Loomis has been known by many different names over the years, including Pine, Pino, Smithville, and Placer. Loomis' first post office opened in 1861, but the town wasn't incorporated until 1984. The town is named after James Loomis, who acted as the settlement's railroad agent, saloon keep, express agent, and postmaster simultaneously.

The only High School in Loomis is Del Oro High, which is managed by the Placer Union High School District. Students in Loomis have the opportunity to attend an excellent college or university in Sacramento, which is about a half-hour's drive southwest of Loomis. Some of this large city's great schools are Sacramento City College, California State University-Sacramento, American River College, and MTI College. In-home or online private tutoring in Loomis, CA, for both subject instruction and test prep might help you get into the best schools. Loomis, CA, tutoring might bring you closer to your goals, no matter which of the prestigious colleges and universities you wish to attend.

Many residents of Loomis travel to Sacramento for entertainment, and the city is home to a multitude of fun and educational cultural attractions. One example is Sutter's Fort State Historic Park, which is a recreation of John Sutter's original fort. You'll be able to travel through time in this facility, and you'll learn about life for the people who lived in California in 1849. Another lovely spot to visit is the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, which is an ornate and beautiful church with a rich history. The space is peaceful and contemplative, and art and architecture lovers will love spotting all of the little details that went into the construction of the building.

Fairytale Town is one of Sacramento's quaintest attractions, and this nonprofit park is committed to building imagination and creativity in children. Another essential stop is the Sacramento Zoo, where you can observe over 400 species of animals from around the world. Children and adults alike will find many things to love about this zoo, and it is always worth revisiting. 

To help you work towards success in your courses, expert online or in-home private tutoring from tutors in Loomis is offered for both general class instruction and test prep. Loomis tutors offer online and in-person tutoring sessions to give you the test prep and instruction you need to try to do well on your big exam.

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Tutoring review by David in Loomis, CA
Both students have both been learning about identifying scale factors and finding missing dimensions given a scale factor. I gave them practice problems dealing with these. Student H had a few problems dividing to find the missing dimension given a scale factor. Student T also had trouble with one of these. They both understood the identifying scale factors problems very well. I had to remind both of them to not forget to include the units in their answers. Their attitudes toward the material we went over today were pretty good. We will work further on these types of problems in future sessions until they are proficient.
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Tutoring review by Michelle in Loomis, CA
We went over solving trigonometric equations involving the half angle formula and double angle formulas.
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Tutoring review by John in Loomis, CA
The student and I reviewed the topics that would be covered on his exam. The first topic that would be covered on the test would be the properties of points, lines, and planes. We saw that any two points are lie on a unique line and that any three noncollinear points lie on a unique plane. I highlighted the fact that these three entities are immeasurable with points not taking any space and lines/ planes being "infinite." We mainly focused on applying the midpoint and distance formulas. We first derived the distance formula by beginning with the Pythagorean theorem and then derived the midpoint formula by realizing that the midpoint is the average of the x and y coordinates of the endpoints. The student was particularly good at finding the distances between points. We worked on different types of midpoint problems where some required finding the midpoints and others required finding the endpoints. To wrap up the session, we reviewed some basic angle definitions (like complementary, line, and vertical angles) and applied the principles in some practice problems to prepare for his exam.
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Tutoring review by Anne in Loomis, CA
The student scored a 20/25 on his first quiz. He lost points because he missed a minus sign that affected several pieces of the problems, but overall he is okay with his performance. He is feeling much more comfortable in the class as they proceed and is keeping up with the recitation well. We prepared for the first midterm exam by working through the sample questions provided as well as some questions from the textbook. Topics included functions, continuity, limit laws, and the Sandwich Theorem and Intermediate Value Theorem. He grasped the proper procedure for working through a problem using the IVT very quickly. We also talked about test-taking strategies such as looking over the whole test first, answering questions from easiest to hardest, and portioning time per question based on difficulty.
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Tutoring review by Carolyn in Loomis, CA
Today we went over the material that is going to be on the student's quiz tomorrow. She seemed to know the material rather well, and we were able to complete her worksheet that was online for homework. She is quick with her calculations, and her reasoning, logic, arithmetic, and application of concepts were all up to par.
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Tutoring review by Heather in Loomis, CA
The student and I did some final review for his test on Saturday. We went over his essay and just talked basic grammar rules and strategy. He's doing really well so I think he'll do great on his test.
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