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Maryville is located in Nodaway County, Missouri. It is home to about 12,000 residents, and it is the second largest city within the boundaries of the 1836 Platte Purchase. Maryville has a small town feel to it. It's streets are lined with large trees and Victorian style houses. It is the perfect city for retirement or to raise a family. A number of famous and successful people have lived or currently still live in Maryville, including author Homer Croy, U.S. Senator Edward H. Moore, and author Dale Carnegie.

Public learning facilities in Maryville are served by the Maryville R-II School District. Maryville High School is the number one High School in Maryville. If you're currently a struggling student at this High School, you might benefit from online test prep and tutoring in Maryville. Whether you are going to a prestigious elite university or a community college, private online or in-home tutoring and instruction from a Maryville tutor is a good idea to help you with your test prep and courses. Located within Maryville is Northwest Missouri State University and the Missouri Academy of Science. North Central Missouri College is also located within 30 minutes from downtown Maryville. If you're applying to these schools, in-home or online private tutoring in Maryville, MO, for both subject instruction and test prep might help you get into the best schools.

St. Joseph is about 40 minutes from Maryville, and this city offers a number of educational museums, including the Patee House, Glore Psychiatric Museum, Pony Express Museum, and the Jesse James Home Museum. The Jesse James Home Museum was once the home of outlaw Jesse James. This home is open to the public and can be toured in groups or solo. If you have a love for the arts, you will definitely want to spend an evening at the Missouri Theater. The Missouri Theater is the state's main performance theater, and offers a number of musicals, plays, and performances annually. Tickets are usually inexpensive, and the architecture of this theater will leave you in complete awe.

Le Peep, JC Wyatt House, Lino's Original Pizza, and Pappy's Grill are just a few of the more popular restaurants and eateries located in St. Joseph. Pappy's is recognized for its perfectly made burgers, beef tenderloins, fried chicken, and homemade coleslaw. For a low key night out at the movies, head on over to Hollywood 10 Cinemas. Hollywood 10 offers plush seating and multiple screens featuring new releases. St. Joseph is also host to its annual Trail West Festival. The Trail West Festival is designed to bring people and the arts together, and offers artwork competitions, food and beverage vendors, children's activities, and musical entertainment.

Are you looking to excel in your college courses or High School classes? A Maryville, MO, tutor might help you realize success in all of your academic endeavors.

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Recent Maryville Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Victor in Maryville, MO
I reviewed with the student on an Algebra 2 review packet in preparation for her standardized examination. The review was based on exponential functions.
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Tutoring review by Rachel in Maryville, MO
The student and I had a productive session today. We reviewed some new material that was covered in his math class, such as frequency tables, mean, median, and mode. He was pretty comfortable with this material. We also reviewed mixed numbers and improper fractions, specifically how the two relate to one another, how to change from one to the other and how to multiply the two types of fractions. I also had him use pie diagrams to visually recognize what the fractions were, how to simplify them, and how they related to one another. We ended the session with practicing PEMDAS, which he had indicated he wanted a little help with. We successfully went through some problems together, and I gave him a few reminders to check his work, and I left him with 3 PEMDAS problems to solve before our next session.
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Tutoring review by Kathy in Maryville, MO
We read a fiction book narrated in the past, discussed summary, comprehension and vocabulary. We then continued with reading grade level 3. I reviewed the student's narrative writing samples to further practice past tense and appropriate phrasing in English. He continues to struggle with "th" and some of the short vowel sounds. We worked on practicing tongue twisters to concentrate better on pronunciation.
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Tutoring review by Matjaz in Maryville, MO
Today we have covered topics from the practice exam, regarding composite functions, graphing parabolas in vertex form, expanded form, and factored out form. We also graphed absolute values of parabolas. We looked for x intercepts, y intercepts, vertical asymptotes, horizontal asymptotes, and domains and ranges of functions. We also determined inverse functions of given rational or radical functions using x-y exchange.
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Tutoring review by Kristy in Maryville, MO
Today, we went over simple linear regression. I explained to the student the basics of correlation analysis in order for him to understand the assumptions that need to be met before running a regression analysis. We talked a little bit about what r is and how to predict the r value from a scatter plot (directionality and strength). We then discussed regression conceptually. Then, I followed the lecture with a video, where they calculated the regression of a small data set by hand, and I had him ask me questions during the video and paused at places to explain certain things. Then, we ended with answering a few sample questions from one of my textbooks and with me teaching him another way to calculate regression if given (means SD's and an r value). Overall, it was a very productive first session.
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Tutoring review by Darla in Maryville, MO
We went over questions from a test, with a calculation of the area of a trapezoid resulting from a folded piece of paper. We worked on some of the basics of similar triangles and proportions, areas, dividing polygons into triangles and rectangles, Pythagorean theorem, properties of bisectors and diagonals.
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