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Ontario is a city in Malheur County, Oregon. It is the largest city in the county, boasting a population of approximately 11,400. The city is stationed along the Snake River. Ontario is a growing city that has a deep and rich history and is committed to cultivating a strong sense of family and community.

Ontario's public schools belong to the Ontario School District. Ontario High School is the district's only secondary campus. An enthusiastic Ontario tutor is eager to help you in your private test prep instruction, whether the tutoring session is in-home or online. Postsecondary institutions in the area include Northwest Nazarene University, Boise State University, Eastern Oregon University, and Lewis-Clark State College. Whether you are looking to attend a private or public college or university, you might benefit by seeking a personal tutor in Ontario, or, who can offer you online or in-home tutoring sessions for test prep instruction.

The top draw in town is the Four Rivers Cultural Center & Museum. The museum's exhibits trace the settlement patterns of several ethnicities. The center hosts a community theater, which produces roughly four shows each year. The center features concerts, lectures, fundraising events, and more. It is also the home of Hikaru Mizu, the only Japanese garden within an estimated 400 miles, and the Harano Gallery. The gallery displays photographic exhibits, historical artifacts, farm equipment, and other diverse offerings. The center is a great place to experience and learn about different cultures. The town hosts a number of annual events, such as the Annual Air Fair at the Airport, the Winter Wonderland Parade, the Global Village Festival, and Downtown October Faire. The nearest major city is Boise, Idaho. It is stationed about 50 miles southeast of Ontario. Boise is the capital of Idaho and its most populated city, boasting a population of approximately 214,200.

The top attractions in Boise include the Boise River Greenbelt, the World Center for Birds of Prey, the Idaho State Capitol Building, and the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial. The city's scenic views are captured by its various parks, such as Julia Davis Park, Kathryn Albertson Park, Barber Park, and Camel's Back Park. For encounters with wildlife, check out the Morrison-Knudsen Nature Center and Zoo Boise.

It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in Ontario for test prep and help with course material. You can work with Ontario, or, tutors to potentially improve the chances of getting into your dream college.

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Tutoring review by Martin in Ontario, OR
The student and I continued to look at parameterizations of equations. We first worked on a packet from class that concerned predicting the plot of simple parameterizations and writing parameterizations in rectangular form. We addressed how the X and Y parameterizations were related and how looking at this relationship (e.g.. ratios, powers) could help identify the shape of the graph. We also talked about how conditions on the variable of parameterization can influence the domain. Finally we reviewed, and practiced with, the projectile motion equations. The student did great!
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Tutoring review by Melvin in Ontario, OR
During this session we went over questions dealing with interpreting first derivatives and second derivatives. We looked at various questions on finding maximum, minimum, point of inflections, where function is concave up and down, increasing and decreasing, and sketching the functions based on these finding. Overall this session went well.
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Tutoring review by John in Ontario, OR
The student did absolutely amazing today! We worked on finding perfect squares and then used that to move into the equation of a circle. By the end she hardly needed help, and she seemed much more confident. I was very proud of how focused she was today, and how she's stuck with it and learned to visualize what we were writing down on paper. The next session we will work on her test corrections from her last test and move on from there. Keep studying your circles, try to get started on test corrections, and good job!
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Tutoring review by Gabriela in Ontario, OR
Today the student and I did a review packet for the AP Calculus AB exam coming up. Most importantly, we focused on the no calculator free response. We worked through the questions from two prior AP exams. Most of it was easy review for the student; however, I did mention to him that he needs to write down EVERY SINGLE STEP that is involved in getting the answer because that's how the points are given on the free response section. Overall, he seems VERY prepared, and I'm sure that he will pass with either a 4 or a 5.
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Tutoring review by Kendra in Ontario, OR
Today we started the session by completing the student's math homework for the whole weekend. She had a worksheet where she had to read and understand scenarios, then match them to graphs. She also had to draw graphs for two different scenarios. Once her homework was completed, I had her work on some more graph analysis. We looked at pictographs, histograms, double bar graphs, line graphs, as well as pie charts, and she had to answer questions based on the information the graphs provided. She did really well at understanding what all of the graphs were conveying, even with the more complicated and large data sets. She also did well with understanding "correlation" on some of the graphs.
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Tutoring review by Eric in Ontario, OR
We continued with finding the limit of functions. This involved determining if a given limit exists, if not why, along with determining if a limit exists using epsilon and delta. We also discussed the laws associated with limits, i.e. sum of, multiplication of, and division of limits. The student struggled with a few of concepts at first but began to understand them at the end. We still need to work on more problems to better understand concepts.
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