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Michigan Center is an unincorporated community and census-designated place residing in Jackson County, Michigan. It's population is around 4,600. The community is located in the Leoni Township and situated around the northern end of the Center Lake.

The Michigan Center Schools System serves the public schools in the community. Michigan Center Junior and Senior High School acts as the district's sole secondary institution. Hoping to further your education through private instruction? Tutors in Michigan Center look forward to tutoring you for your course or test prep, either in-home or online. Some of your options for colleges in the area include Jackson Community College, Washtenaw Community College, Baker College of Jackson, and the University of Michigan. Conveniently, Michigan Center, MI, tutors offer both online and in-home private test prep tutoring with personalized instruction to try to help students succeed at the best schools.

There are several parks located near Michigan Center, such as Wellworth Park, Best Park, Bucky Harris Park, and Ella Sharp Park. The latter is equipped with nice athletic facilities, ample green space, and biking and walking trails. You can practice your batting skills or play soccer on the grounds. There's also a miniature golf course and playground equipment. Jackson Monument Works, Green Valley Golf Club, and the Roseland Memorial Gardens are a few other points of interest. Approximately 40 miles north of Michigan Center is Lansing, Michigan. Lansing is the capital of the state and boasts a population of approximately 114,000. The R.E. Olds Transportation Museum, the Michigan State Capitol, the Michigan Historical Museum, and the Potter Park Zoo are among the best attractions Lansing has to offer. The zoo covers approximately 100 acres and houses more than 160 species of animals, such as Amur (Siberian) tigers, eastern rosellas, red pandas, and southern ground hornbills. The zoo hosts several annual events, such as the Wonderland of Lights. The event has Christmas light displays, holiday carolers, and musical performances. During Mother's Day, the zoo offers animal enrichment programs, live animal presentations, children's projects, and free carnations for mothers. The Lansing River Trail, Red Cedar River, and the Michigan Walk of Fame are additional sites you can visit.

To potentially improve your score on that important exam, take advantage of an online and in-person tutoring session with a Michigan Center tutor who is skilled in test prep for students at all levels. With the assistance of tutors in Michigan Center, MI, students might be able to improve their chances of acceptance into the nation's top colleges and universities.

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Tutoring review by Adam in Michigan Center, MI
Spent first half of session reviewing previous material on factoring polynomial equations. Reviewed different methods available for factoring polynomials, how to cancel like terms in rational fractions. He spent last half of session finishing homework for unit on circles and previewing unit on ellipses. Focused on how to find the critical properties of an ellipse, and how an ellipse differs from a circle.
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Tutoring review by Michael in Michigan Center, MI
The student and I worked on adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing complex fractions involving polynomials. He initially was challenged with finding LCM, but quickly became comfortable with the strategy. This is the beginning of his new unit.
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Tutoring review by Grace in Michigan Center, MI
We covered her questions for the AP test prep and she seems very prepared for the test. She is confident with the material and is preparing a lot. All of her questions were just small details, not major concepts.
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Tutoring review by Erica in Michigan Center, MI
The student and I continued to work on addition and subtraction of decimals, paying special attention to subtracting from numbers that end in 0 (ex: 17.00-.19). At the end of the session, she and I continued our multiplication competition, and she was able to answer one more multiplication problems in a minute than she did last week. Next week, we'll review decimals once more and then move into adding and subtracting integers, so that she can keep up with her class syllabus.
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Tutoring review by Celine in Michigan Center, MI
We reviewed the student's homework in math which was about understanding bar graphs. We also covered 2 additional pages that were not assigned.
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Tutoring review by Joshua in Michigan Center, MI
The student and I went over the triangle inequality theorem and applied it to determine whether given sides could make a triangle or not. We also found missing angles in complex geometric shapes, which he approached very systematically. He learned that after 180 degrees, an extra side added to a polygon means there is another 180 degrees added to the total degrees in the polygon. Finally, we went over the Pythagorean theorem. The student was introduced to a few new equations and he's still getting used to numbers presented in a radical form. He just needs a little practice.
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