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The borough of Monaca is located in western Pennsylvania and is a part of Beaver County. It is within the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area and has an approximate population of 6,000. It was originally called Phillipsburg, but in 1892 the name was changed in honor of the Native American war chief Monacatootha.

Currently, the Central Valley School District is the only school district serving Monaca. It includes Central Valley High School, which offers Advanced Placement exams and courses to its students. Whether you're struggling to keep up in these advanced classes, or want to ace your next big exam, private tutors in Monaca can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. The best college in the area is Carnegie Mellon University, located in Pittsburgh, PA, which is about 40 minutes away. It is consistently ranked within the top 25 universities in the nation. Private instruction and test prep from tutors in Monaca, PA, through either online or in-home tutoring, could provide a chance to get into elite schools.

There are plenty of activities that people of all ages can enjoy in and around the area of Monaca. One of the most popular destinations is Bradys Run Park, which is located in Beaver Falls, PA, about a 15-minute drive from Monaca. Here you can explore the various hiking, biking, and walking trails; go fishing in the lake; or spend a hot afternoon day skating at the ice rink. If history is what you're interested, a great place to go is the Beaver Area Historical Museum, located in Beaver, PA, which is just under ten minutes away. Additionally, you can go to Pittsburgh, PA, to see amazing attractions such as Phipps Conservatory or the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

If you're looking for sporting events, your best bet is to take the trip into Pittsburgh. An excellent place to go during the summer is PNC Park, where you can watch the Pittsburgh Pirates of Major League Baseball. If football is what you're looking for, you can head down to Heinz Field to see the National Football League's Pittsburgh Steelers play. During the winter season, you can travel to CONSOL Energy Center to watch the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League.

Want to take the next step in your education? An online and in-person Monaca tutoring session will provide you one-on-one attention that could help you work to stay ahead of your peers with your test prep and class work. Monaca, PA, tutoring might help you get into the school of your dreams.

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Tutoring review by Brendan in Monaca, PA
The student has a cumulative final this Thursday, so we went over some topics from earlier in the term. We worked with the point-slope, slope-intercept, and standard forms of equations for lines. We focused on how to convert between the three forms, and how to interpret them graphically. We also looked at the concept of a function. We talked about how, given a value x, and a formula y=f(x), we can find the value of y. We also talked about the relationship between a function and the graph of a function, i.e. if f(x) = y then every x value will correspond to a point (x,y) on the graph of the function. We finished the lesson by discussing general test prep and test-taking skills.
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Tutoring review by Rachel in Monaca, PA
My second session with the student went well. We went over the material we had covered last session (properties of polyhedrons, calculating area, surface area of polygons and polyhedrons). We also went over a take home quiz that he had done well on - we went through the questions that he answered incorrectly (which involved surface area of polyhedrons and multiplying fractions). He asked that I help him with his homework assignment which had some geometry questions (similar to the material we had been covering) and some questions seemingly taken from practice tests. As one question asked him to calculate the volume of a polyhedron, we discussed what volume was, how to calculate it, the differences between volume and area and surface area, etc. We also went over converting improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa as that was a topic that came up while working on his homework. I left him with several practice problems focusing on multiplying fractions. He said that he found fractions difficult, so I asked him to give the problems a try so we could discuss them at our next session. All in all, a good session.
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Tutoring review by Brent in Monaca, PA
This was my first meeting with the student. We built rapport by discussing his school, pets, and family members. I provided him a primary spelling inventory test to determine his strengths and weaknesses in phonics. After assessing him, I spoke with his father about the results. He and I did a CVC activity in which he had to identify the ending sounds of each word. He and I also completed a rhyming activity to determine his ability to rhyme. His father was provided a website to use for helping him with phonics practice. He was well mannered and gave great effort.
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Tutoring review by Evan in Monaca, PA
The student and I practiced with logarithms and exponents. We did problems involving taking the inverse of a logarithm and taking the inverse of an exponent, and we solved logarithmic and exponential equations.
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Tutoring review by Robert in Monaca, PA
The student and I went over a test review in her book on Chapter 4. She did very well when going over the concepts in this chapter. Her weakness with this math material would be function notation. I explained to her that function notation is replacing y with f(x). I also taught her that graphing a function notation problem is treated the same way as a problem in y=mx+b form. To further expand her knowledge of why we have function notation, I explained that the function f at a specific x value is the y value. At the end of our review on the Chapter 4 test, I recommended she to try the standardized test version in the book as well as review each section to look out for material not covered in the Chapter 4 test review page.
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Tutoring review by Manny in Monaca, PA
The student and I worked on DeMoivre's Theorem and reviewed conversions from rectangular to polar coordinates. He struggled a bit in the beginning, but he now has become a lot stronger with the topics at hand. We have another session on Wednesday.
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