We run the gamut in terms of subject diversity. Here are the range of subjects our service offers:
Algebra 1 is a broad topic in math but one of the most fundamental skill/topic that is essential to doing well throughout the rest of the math courses. It involves expressions, systems of equations, functions, real numbers, inequalities, exponents, polynomials, radical and rational expressions. As opposed to simple arithmetic, Algebra I is the introduction of symbols to denote numbers that are unknown but can be solved when an equation is setup.
It is a fundamental topic for students to learn to aid understanding in future math courses.
Geometry involves shapes and positions where math can be used to solve particular shape-related equations. It involves plane geometry, 3d shapes, and the challenging proof-related questions of Geometry. This is the first time students have to relate math to visual objects.
Algebra 2 includes many subject topics including linear equations, inequalities, graphs, matrices, polynomials and radical expressions, quadratic equations, functions, exponential and logarithmic expressions, sequences and series, probability and sometimes trigonometry. Algebra 2 expands upon and extends the knowledge that was explored in Algebra 1.
Trigonometry is the study of triangles. It is basically Geometry but instead involves triangles. It is about finding missing sides and angles of triangles along with using special functions. Sometimes it is taught as a separate course from Precalculus, sometimes it is combined with that course.
Precalculus combines both advanced algebra with a bit of Trigonometry to prepare students for Calculus. Sometimes it is a separate course altogether from Trigonometry, sometimes it is combined. Precalculus focuses on particular topics that are at times approached in Calculus, though does not focus on the fundamental techniques that Calculus requires.
Calculus, in short, is the topic on change. It involves Differentiating and Integration, particular methods or techniques that helps solve advanced math problems and decipher in depth on how things are changing. Calculus is quite applicable to many real life situations and involves some critical thinking at times. Because of this, Calculus can be quite challenging for some.
US History covers a wide range of significant historical events such as the establishment of the colonies, the Slave trade, US Constitution, American Revolution, Industrial Revolution, World I & II, the Cold War, and chosen modern events. All these pivotal events will be analyzed and interpreted within the proper historical context.
European History, or aka Western Civilization, covers trends and topics involving the late Roman Empire, the Dark Ages, the Renaissance, the Enlightenment, and World War I & II.
World History is the study of global events and trends that have shaped the world we live in today. Depending on the scope and depth of the course, World History can extend from pre-civilization times to modern day events. It examines the studies of political, scientific, philosophy, military conflict, literature, economics and many more topics. This course shows relationships between different cultures and between past and present. This course relies on comprehension, memorization, and critical analysis.