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Professional Math Tutors Available Now  Tutor With Paul helps students, from kindergarten to college, understand different math topics through effective and professional tutoring and math homework help. Our inpersona tutor for math sessions take place near Orlando, Clermont, Winter Garden, Sanford, Lake Mary, Oviedo, Debary and Deltona, Fl. We offer tutoring services for elementary school math, prealgebra, algebra (for algebra help), finite math, college algebra, and other math courses. Each type of math offers unique challenges for our math tutors and students alike. For example, elementary school math students tend to have difficulty with fractions and decimals. In contrast, college students face hardship with concepts such as systems of linear equations and reciprocal functions of polynomials. Regardless of the level of math, Tutor With Paul has proven, innovative teaching techniques that help students grasps challenging mathematical concepts! The Result may be improved grades, enjoyable educational experience, and less stress!
The importance of math cannot be understated! Math is a requirement is all level of education. Math tutoring allows you to have professional guidance through your math class and math homework. Listed below are a few math topics we commonly tutor.
Math Tutoring may help you understand math through multiple modes of teaching:
 Explain math homework We will help you understand different math equations, formulas, and concepts.
 Describe the relationships between mathematical concepts  Tutor With Paul will show how various math concepts are interrelated. For example, we show how knowing fractions will assist with calculating proportions.
 We offer InPerson and Online Tutoring  Tutor With Paul offers different modes of teaching. We tutor in person or online through a virtual interactive classroom.
 Convenient tutor for math locations near: Orlando, Clermont, Winter Garden, Oviedo, Sanford, Lake Mary, Debary, and Deltona, Fl.
All Tutoring Completed By Paul Borosky, MBA.
Paul's Experience:
 Currently, an Adjunct Finance Professor at a local college and high school teacher.
 Over ten years as a professional tutor
 MBA from Webster University
 Paul is a doctoral candidate, pursuing a Doctorate in Management
 Member: Association of Tutoring Professionals and Math Tutoring
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Tutor With Paul works with students in a wide range of math courses for math tutoring. Courses range from prealgebra and middle school to college algebra and various finance classes in college. Depending on the class, our math tutors use various math homework help approaches to ensure that our student excel in their class.
PreAlgebra  Prealgebra is usually the starting point and foundation class to learning algebra. In this class, students usually start with examining absolute value, Cartesian coordinate systems, functions, and polynomials. With the foundation constructed, more complex topics are introduced to students such as Pythagorean theorem, factoring polynomials, indepth review of square roots, and showing how basic geometry is intertwined with algebraic roots. Finally, most prealgebra courses wrap up with an indepth review of grass. In this section, students learn the point slope formula, slope intercept formula, and the difference between parallel and perpendicular lines.
Algebra  Algebra is an extension of prealgebra. Starting the course, students review basic algebraic concepts such as variables, exponents, and order of operations. From this, more challenging concepts are introduced such as equations and inequalities, translating words into mathematical equations, problemsolving using algebra, and understanding tables and graphs. Finally, students wrap up the course with an introduction to functions. In this section, students will learn polynomials, monomials, binomials, like terms, dividing polynomials, multiply polynomials, and other topics related to functions and polynomials. Our tutor for math professionals have specific techniques that help students grasp basic and complex algebra concepts.
Algebra 2  Algebra to is usually the final math class that students need math homework help in. From this, half the course is a review of prealgebra and algebra. However, this review will also for students to have a deeper understanding of algebraic concepts. In the second half of the course, students will be introduced to irrational numbers, rational numbers, rationalizing denominators, prime numbers, imaginary numbers, exponents of negative numbers, and exploring the use of radicals in the denominator. On a final note, algebra to is known for complex word problems. Concepts usually discussed through the application of word problems is exponential growth and exponential decay, compound interest, and systems of linear equations.
Our math tutors understands indepth the various topics that will be covered in the different courses students will face in elementary, middle, high school, and college. From this experience and understanding, we are prepared to help students master their courses!
PreAlgebra  Prealgebra is usually the starting point and foundation class to learning algebra. In this class, students usually start with examining absolute value, Cartesian coordinate systems, functions, and polynomials. With the foundation constructed, more complex topics are introduced to students such as Pythagorean theorem, factoring polynomials, indepth review of square roots, and showing how basic geometry is intertwined with algebraic roots. Finally, most prealgebra courses wrap up with an indepth review of grass. In this section, students learn the point slope formula, slope intercept formula, and the difference between parallel and perpendicular lines.
Algebra  Algebra is an extension of prealgebra. Starting the course, students review basic algebraic concepts such as variables, exponents, and order of operations. From this, more challenging concepts are introduced such as equations and inequalities, translating words into mathematical equations, problemsolving using algebra, and understanding tables and graphs. Finally, students wrap up the course with an introduction to functions. In this section, students will learn polynomials, monomials, binomials, like terms, dividing polynomials, multiply polynomials, and other topics related to functions and polynomials. Our tutor for math professionals have specific techniques that help students grasp basic and complex algebra concepts.
Algebra 2  Algebra to is usually the final math class that students need math homework help in. From this, half the course is a review of prealgebra and algebra. However, this review will also for students to have a deeper understanding of algebraic concepts. In the second half of the course, students will be introduced to irrational numbers, rational numbers, rationalizing denominators, prime numbers, imaginary numbers, exponents of negative numbers, and exploring the use of radicals in the denominator. On a final note, algebra to is known for complex word problems. Concepts usually discussed through the application of word problems is exponential growth and exponential decay, compound interest, and systems of linear equations.
Our math tutors understands indepth the various topics that will be covered in the different courses students will face in elementary, middle, high school, and college. From this experience and understanding, we are prepared to help students master their courses!
We assist student in:Oviedo, Fl.  Sanford, Fl.  Clermont, Fl.  Orlando, Fl. Winter Springs, Fl., Lake Mary, Fl., Debary, Fl., Ocoee, Fl. Debary, Fl. Celebration, Fl. Pretty much, we tutor, inperson, anywhere in the greater Orlando area. Also, we tutor online, around the world!


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