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#61 Thalia

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Posted 05 October 2010 - 10:57 PM

Math: Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trig, Basic Precalc and Calc
Science: High school Chemistry
Music Theory- Terms, rhythms, . . . as long as it doesn't involve form patterns for fugues, sonatas, . . . I play flute and piano so if you have any questions about that. . .
Basic Greek Mythology
High School Spanish 1-3


I can also help with Biology, Earth & Space, and middle school science but I think Chemistry is my strongest science subject.
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#62 OmegaScales

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Posted 09 November 2010 - 02:33 AM

I am currently in college for a chemistry major, but I'm thinking about changing to Game Development. Anyways, I can help with:
Most math (I'm having trouble with calculus 2 though)
Chemistry
Some other sciences
Some history
English (composition)
Some performing arts (more personal study)

I also know a bit about some other things.
Oh and one more thing...
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#63 Darth Legion

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Posted 20 January 2011 - 05:10 PM

My strong points are math and computers.
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#64 OmegaScales

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Posted 21 January 2011 - 12:15 AM

UPDATE: I am now in the Computer Information Systems: Game Development Option major.
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Posted 12 February 2011 - 02:34 PM

Chemistry: Currently a tutor at SJR State college, so I can help with HS or general chem in college.

If you need me that is ;)

I am in college to become a Chem professor so this is something I will be glad to do.
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#66 sayalzah

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Posted 12 February 2011 - 05:29 PM

I can help for computers, chemistry, and math until pre-calculus.
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Posted 10 March 2011 - 06:46 PM

I work as a math teacher in Ukraine.
Help with math (follow homework, summer work, independent work ...)!!!!! I can solve the problem online (through the time zones when you 10 hodyn day then I 19 hodyn pm).
2+2 will be round 4, so I can solve your problems and examples:
- equation
- inequality
- derivatives
- integrals
- logarithms
- trigonometry
- Probability
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Sorry for the weak English skills.
Contact kozak1704@mail.ru
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#68 Lloyd Denver

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Posted 14 April 2011 - 02:27 AM

I can't believe that kids can even do their homework on a computer now days. How are they ever going to learn anything and where are their parents and why arent they responsible? When I was a kid we had no choice but to study and do our homework. It wasnt fun but I did learn alot from having to be responsible for doing my homework. I felt proud when I turned my work in to the teacher. Kids should not be allowed to get answers on the computer and parents should be more strict and grow up themselves,

Its no wonder we are the dumbest country in the world. All parents care about is their kids passing. The parents should be accountable before the kids are to learn how to be.
This world is so messed up. Yes I do care. I have a 9 yr old boy and his homework and chores come before any games or video games. I dont let him use my computer for any homework and I never will. Teachers dont have the authority they did when I was a kid. Parents expect teachers to be babysitters. The system is a mess. We used to fear the teachers. Now the teachers are afraid of the students.
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#69 peace*out

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Posted 14 April 2011 - 02:50 AM

The best I can say is...

Math - 7th grade
History - 7th grade
English - 7th grade
well, you get the jist.

I'll try to help out as much as i can!!


I am in DESPARATE need of an update!!
*****PHYSICS: I've just (as in today) started Periodic waves, but I can help with stuff like projectile motion, potential/kinetic/mechanical energy, magnetism, electrical charges, etc...basically, my physics year is almost done, so ask away!!
*****HISTORY: Ive studies religions (Christianity, Judaism and Islam) and am currently studying "isms" - liberalism, conservatism, socialism, and am currently studying marxism.
*****MATH: honors geometry.
*****ENGLISH: LM (9th grade) english. i dont know how else to describe it. we've read short stories, oedipus (rex?), raisin in the sun, and am currently on great expectations. I've done way to many passage analysis's for my own good. Also, I write creativly.
*****SPANISH: Sp. 1 fundamentals. Just finished with chapter 5, present progressive.
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#70 peace*out

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Posted 14 April 2011 - 03:00 AM

I can't believe that kids can even do their homework on a computer now days. How are they ever going to learn anything and where are their parents and why arent they responsible? When I was a kid we had no choice but to study and do our homework. It wasnt fun but I did learn alot from having to be responsible for doing my homework. I felt proud when I turned my work in to the teacher. Kids should not be allowed to get answers on the computer and parents should be more strict and grow up themselves,

Its no wonder we are the dumbest country in the world. All parents care about is their kids passing. The parents should be accountable before the kids are to learn how to be.
This world is so messed up. Yes I do care. I have a 9 yr old boy and his homework and chores come before any games or video games. I dont let him use my computer for any homework and I never will. Teachers dont have the authority they did when I was a kid. Parents expect teachers to be babysitters. The system is a mess. We used to fear the teachers. Now the teachers are afraid of the students.

off topic. If you want to start a discussion about your views, please post in the "others" forum.
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