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Pacific is a city in Missouri that is located in St. Louis and Franklin Counties. The land was platted in 1852, named for the Pacific Ocean Railroad. The city was burned down in 1903, but was rebuilt. The city was mentioned in The Land of Laughs by Jonathan Carroll, a dark fantasy novel written in 1980. You can easily reach St. Louis and the metro area.

The community is served by the St. Louis Community College District and the Valley R-III School System. Pacific High School is one of the top secondary institutions due to its high graduation rates. With Pacific, Missouri, tutoring in-home or online, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into these top schools, especially through private instruction for test prep. Private tutoring in Pacific is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. Washington University in St. Louis is ranked #1 in the state by Best Colleges. It offers hundreds of programs and serves as a private research university. Expert tutors in Pacific could help you get ahead with in-person or online test prep tutoring.

Explore the Meramec Valley Historical Museum, run by the Meramec Valley Historical Museum Committee. The building displays a wide range of artifacts, documents, photographs, and more. The Civil War Replica Cannon and Marker can be viewed at Blackburn Park on North Second Street. The ADAMs Garden Serenity Park is carefully maintained by the community. ADAMs stands for A Dad And Mom's Garden. It features waterfalls, statues, a flagpole, and beautiful plants and trees. You can explore the Rt. 66 Model Railroad Museum, where you can learn about the past and present of the railroad. There is an annual Train Show, which provides access to real and toy trains, children's activities, and more. Take a tour of the McHugh-Dailey Building and Historic Opera House. There is a first-floor restaurant, as well as a variety of documents and photographs from the earlier days of the building. You can even hit up the Six Flags St. Louis Amusement Park from April to October for rides, food, games, and many other activities.

Each year, there are several annual events and planned events. There is Pianos for a Purpose, which raises funds for the senior center. You can enjoy the event's dinner and dueling piano show, as well as dancing, sing-alongs, and a drawing. There is the annual Golf Tournament, the fireworks shows, the Summerfest Car Cruise, Christmas on the Plaza, and Monsterfest.

Resolve to improve your knowledge to try to get into your school of choice. With the assistance of tutors in Pacific, Missouri, students might be able to improve their chances of acceptance into the nation's top colleges and universities.

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Recent Pacific Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Michael in Pacific, MO
We did a review of previous chapters including Laws of Sine, Cosine, and deriving various trigonometric identities. We practiced solving parametric equations involving sin(x) and cos(x) functions.
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Tutoring review by Wanting in Pacific, MO
We used concept map to review concepts, theorems, and formulas covered in geometry. We went over the student's worksheets to review formulas for areas, perimeter, volume. Topics are divided into three categorizes: planes, solids, and coordinate planes. We did extra exercises to test understanding of each concept. Also, examples were presented to demonstrate difficult theorems. She was not very used to use special Pythagorean triplets and was confused with some circle related length and angle measurement questions. After reviewing geometry, she was confident for the final exam.
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Tutoring review by Morgan in Pacific, MO
Today the student spent our session working on his geometry homework which dealt mostly with finding side lengths, angles, and areas or several shapes. We began finding the area of trapezoids, kites, and rhombuses using the triangles to determine the lengths of necessary sides. The next section we worked on dealt with regular polygons, their radii and apothems. We used the formula A=1/2(apothem)(perimeter) for several regular polygons. To obtain the needed lengths we worked with implied triangles inside the figure and used the Pythagorean theorem and properties of 30-60-90 triangles. We ended with a general overview of all the concepts we had covered, then discussed our next meeting time.
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Tutoring review by Winnie in Pacific, MO
Today we covered English/ Literature. The student finished his worksheet that is due Monday. Afterwards, we practiced sample math problems using the new calculator he received. We reviewed mean, median and mode. I also taught him how to input data into the calculator and using it to solve the mean/ median. Afterwards, we also graphed a scatter plot using the graphing calculator. He has been doing extremely well as a student this year!
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Tutoring review by Jessica in Pacific, MO
We compared and worked through SAT and ACT reading passages side by side, to give the student an idea of the similarities and differences between the two. We also worked an ACT science passage, just to get her familiar with it, since there is no equivalent on the SAT. Then we turned focus back to the SAT, and worked some math and vocab practice problems. I left her with instructions to begin working through a list of vocabulary root words.
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Tutoring review by Adam in Pacific, MO
The student and I covered a few more chain rule examples and how they apply to situations where one function is a function of another, natural log, and natural exponents. We then reviewed a few concepts from before, and I also introduced him to a little more notation. He is a strong calculus student and picks it up very quickly. Once he gets used to the typical algebraic simplifications that come with the calculus, he will fly through his assignments.
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