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What is distance? What is a geodesic? What are functions on the surface of a sphere or globe? What is a geodesic midpoint? Do you need more insight on spherical triangles? This study guide can help answer these questions. 17 solved problems.
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The definition of a proof, the general structure of a proof, illustrations, and 24 geometry proofs.
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How are area and surface area formulas for circles, spheres, oblique and right circular cones, sectors, segments, and other Euclidean shapes developed? Need help finding the area or surface area? The Area Study Guide can help you. For college and
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How can a Euclidean shape change and remain the same type of shape? What are the different ways that a Euclidean shape change and remain the same type of shape? How can a Euclidean shape change and remain either congruent or noncongruent? How can
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This e-textbook is a compilation of the current \$1Geometry Study Guide Downloads series with an immediate solution steps section for the problem section of each chapter; immediately after each problem section is the solution steps section. This
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A resource for realizing the fractal characteristic of the distribution of the set of Prime Numbers. The set of prime numbers undergoes 2-D maps from the number line to Quadrant I of the xy-plane. A Line-graph relation is generated through the
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For studying the concepts and definitions of angles. Illustrations and 27 solved problems.
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What is the center of a triangle? Do you need a straight forward method for finding the orthocenter of a triangle? Do you need to see how the Law of Sines is developed? Do you need to see how the geometric mean is applied to triangles? Do you
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How can the circle formulas be realized? How are line segments and angles related to circles? What is an arc measure as compared to an arc length? The Circles study guide can help you. 26 solved problems.
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Why is the interior angle sum of an n-sided polygon equal to (n-2)180 deg? Why is the exterior angel sum of a polygon 360 deg? Need help with understanding what a rhombus or a kite is? Need insight on the midsegment of a trapezoid? This study
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How are the volume formulas developed? How are the formulas applied for problem solving? Need help finding volumes of oblique shapes? The Volume study guide can help you. 15 solved problems.
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How can lengths be used to find area or volume? How can length and area be used to find volume? How can area be used to find length? How can volume be used to find area or length? What are hidden shapes, and how can they be used to find indirect
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The inside and outside of a hypersphere is geometrically described. When diameters move into geometric four-dimensional space, how is a hypersphere formed? Can dimensional cross-sections of a hypersphere be realized? How can the rotation of a
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Visualized by using simple geometric shapes, a closer look will be taken at these topics: A) the number line, B) arithmetic operations with integers including long division, C) arithmetic operations with fractions, D) solving the following: linear
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Need more help with: graphing equations and inequalities of lines, two-variable absolute value, parabolas,and cubics? By using simple geometry, this studyguide will help.
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A lab for constructing, testing and analyzing a device that stores an electromagnetic field and keeps a light bulb lit for months.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I began mathematics teaching as a college math/computer tutor in 1988. I continued teaching in colleges and high schools onsite and online since then. I have finally returned as an adjunct college mathematics instructor. I began teaching in the public schools in 1993.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I patiently make mathematics understandable to any student, rewording concepts without losing any content for ease of reading. For handouts and study guides I use clear visual illustrations.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

MS Mathematics, 1995, Cleveland State University, OH. Mathematics Teaching License 7-12, 1997, Ashland University, OH. BS Applied Mathematics, 1990, Cleveland State University, OH.