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Old Chatham, NY, is a hamlet in Columbia County. Originally named Chatham, it was one of the earliest settlements in the town, but was renamed when a larger town was constructed nearby and used the same name.

Students in Old Chatham attend school at Chatham High School, which is within the Chatham Central School District. You can put in the work to try to keep up with online tutoring in Old Chatham for your courses or test prep. High School can be a hard time, because students know that their grades can greatly affect their future. Whether you are looking to attend a private or public college or university, you might benefit by seeking a personal tutor in Old Chatham, NY, who can offer you online or in-home tutoring sessions for test prep instruction. The small town is within close proximity to the University at Albany SUNY. The college is well-recognized, and it ranks within the top 130 schools in the nation. Looking to advance your education through private tutoring in Old Chatham? You may enjoy receiving instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or for test prep.

The historic district of Chatham has a lot of great buildings that you can view by simply strolling along the streets of the town. The Wilbor House, also known as the Thompson Farm, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1790, the two-story home was made with a heavy timber frame on a fieldstone foundation. For more local history, visit the Shaker Museum and Library. The facility documents the history of the people in the region through documents and photographs.

If you're looking for something to do outdoors, check out Wilson M. Powell Wildlife Sanctuary. The area is great for hiking and adventuring. The area is undeveloped, but the marsh area is a perfect place for birdwatching and wildlife viewing. The area has a lot of unusual plants, so be sure to take it slow as you're walking through the area to take in your surroundings. If you're looking for beautiful views, hike up Dorson's Rock. From the top, you will be able to see all of the Hudson Valley and beyond to the Catskill Mountains. 

Learning about the history and surroundings of this town will inspire you to work hard. Old Chatham, NY, tutoring might bring you closer to your goals, no matter which prestigious college or university you wish to attend.

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Tutoring review by Anton in Old Chatham, NY
It was lovely to meet the student. We covered geometry and ratios today. In the future, we will tailor these sessions to fit his needs. I am awaiting the results of his assessments.
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Tutoring review by Greg in Old Chatham, NY
I gave the student a practice quiz on transformations. The questions were in several different formats. Given a graph of an original function or set of coordinates and a graph of the same function or set of coordinates after being transformed, he had to list the set of transformations that resulted in this. Given a parent function and a list of transformations performed on it, he had to write out the equation describing it. Given a graph of a transformed parent equation, he had to write the equation for that graph. I focused on translations and reflections, which is all his class has covered so far. Overall, he did well on the quiz. After our little quiz we practiced the other transformations - stretching and shrinking - as well as using some new parent functions (y=1/x and y=a^x). This seems to cover all of the topics in Ch 9 of their algebra book. We spent the remainder of our session working on quadratic factoring, which is covered in the next chapter. I'm hoping that we can use this to work with quadratic functions and do some stuff that relates to physics.
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Tutoring review by Edward in Old Chatham, NY
The student and I worked on adding and dividing polynomials. I discussed exponents and various methods of handling them. Lastly, we covered factoring and quad form.
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Tutoring review by Samantha in Old Chatham, NY
The student and I worked through some exercises to practice long straight lines both vertical and horizontal and then put them together to form letters. We worked especially on taking care with our lines and making our letters as perfect as possible.
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Tutoring review by Jackson in Old Chatham, NY
Today we looked at the cost and production functions of single firms. We did an analysis of the marginal cost vs the marginal benefit of increasing production. After that we did a quick overview of perfect competition in markets. The student picked up the content quickly and is not afraid to ask questions when he needs too. I think he is set up well to do well in his class when it starts.
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Tutoring review by Goke in Old Chatham, NY
We covered interpreting pictures of fractions, decimals, and percents. The student had a strong comprehension of the concepts covered. He was able to show the sample space of simple events using a tree diagram. He also verified the number of outcomes via the counting principle. He did well with various models showing equivalent fractions, decimals, and percents. He completed two tables that showed the relationships between dollars, quarters, and dimes. He was also very proficient with completing word problems involving fractions, decimals, and percents. He used the percent proportion to convert fractions into percents. The fractions had denominators that were compatible with 100. He proceeded to convert the percents into decimals by dividing them by 100 or moving the decimal point two places to the left. He will continue to practice by completing homework in his math textbook. We also completed his English homework based on subject, subject complement, direct object, prepositional object, indirect object, direct address nouns, nouns, verbs, and adjectives. He also executed sentence diagrams. He did a good job with the English homework. Overall, I think he had a lot of success in this session.
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