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Providence is the capital city of Rhode Island. It is also one of the oldest cities in the United States, as it was founded in 1636. The city is located on the mouth of the Providence River. It has 25 official neighborhoods, which are often grouped together and referred to based on location. The city has a population of around 179,200 people, and was originally known for its silverware and jewelry industries. Since then, the economy has become more service-based. The median family income is around $32,100.

There are many strong public schools in the city, and the Providence Public School District has 47 schools total. Classical High is the highest ranked school in the state, and Rini Middle College has received a bronze medal rating from the U.S. News and World Report. Private schools include Moses Brown and La Salle Academy. If you are falling behind, online tutoring in Providence, RI, is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep. A private Providence, RI, tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course.

The city also has five universities, along with several other colleges that have satellite campuses in Providence. The most well-known and top post-secondary institution in the city is Brown University, an Ivy League school that is one of the oldest colleges in the nation. The personal test prep instruction you could get from online or in-home private Providence, RI, tutoring might give you an edge to get into the best schools, like Brown.

A huge number of family activities are available in Providence. The Rhode Island School Of Design Museum of Art has many beautiful artworks sure to impress. It is the 20th largest art museum in the United States. The Roger Williams Park Zoo is a museum with giraffes, elephants, and flamingos, perfect for kids who love animals. The Culinary Arts Museum is the perfect place for you if you want to learn about food history. For people who love to enjoy the outdoors, the city has a large park system. Local favorites include Waterplace Park and Prospect Terrace Park. Hundreds of places to eat are scattered throughout the city, including the Waterman Grille, Los Andes, and Siena Restaurant.

Are you ready to boost your education and become an expert in a new subject? A Providence, RI, tutor will encourage you to meet and then exceed your goals.

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Tutoring review by Henry in Providence, RI
We talked about monomials and how to multiply them, what are the rules that we need to apply. We also did some examples.
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Tutoring review by Deven in Providence, RI
We reviewed the first 3 chapters for the student's test by going through her study guide. We also reviewed a few concepts that were not apparent to her from class by going through example problems from the book.
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Tutoring review by Talia in Providence, RI
The student's class had two homework assignments provided by his teacher via an online website. We worked through each problem together slowly so that I could see his skill level in the subject of solving quadratic equations using the "completing the square" method. He and I worked on this skill last semester in his algebra 1 class, so I expected him to remember how to perform this operation. Once we reviewed this topic, he was easily able to complete his homework assignment. There were a few problems on the worksheet that were actually quite tedious to complete, so I did not fault him for struggling with these particular problems. For these select equations, we worked them together step by step so that he felt comfortable working on these types of complex equations. Overall, he did a great job today and seems to be improving his skills in arithmetic.
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Tutoring review by Elaine in Providence, RI
The student and I reviewed several homework worksheets. We covered the calorimetry equation (q=mC deltaT) and how to calculate each of the variables, calculating initial and final temperatures, unit conversions, determining whether entropy is positive or negative using moles of gas and phases of reactants and products, calculating the reaction enthalpy using stoichiometry, and endothermic and exothermic reactions. She did excellently on the problems, and she quickly understood and applied the new concepts.
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Tutoring review by Christine in Providence, RI
We looked through the student's notes to determine topics he's covered so far - simplifying exponential expressions; factoring equations using the quadratic formula, by grouping and using formulas; finding the difference quotient; and finding the domain and range of a function. After I showed him a few examples of each and helped him through some examples, he was able to complete the problems on his own. He was missing some fundamental ideas from algebra, but he was able to catch on quickly once I explained some ideas to him.
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Tutoring review by Hannah in Providence, RI
The concepts we covered were finding the zeroes of a function given its factors and determining a polynomial function given its zeroes. The student's attitude toward the material reviewed was perseverant, which was great!
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