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# Orrin White

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United States - California - Pasadena
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 "There's no sense having a mind if you can't change it".

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We solve triangles using the three laws: Cosines, Sines and Tangents - in addition we show derivations of the three laws and, in the case of the law of tangents, Newton's Formula. As our presentation is rather parsimonius, we offer talking points
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At the high end of applied Trigonometry in Analytic Algebra or Precalculus courses we encounter the Rotation of Axes, always with conics. There is a practical use for this technology because it teaches us to interrelate quantities in different
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This is a pictorial derivation of the sine and cosine of the sum of two angles. It has helped us to understand the outcome by actually seeing the quantities in play. And, for our visual students, the concept is solidified. We suggest that you
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This file contains 5 emergency and 84 regular lessons based on "Passport to Algebra and Geometry" by Larson, Boswell, Kanold & Stiff copywright 1999 by McDougal Littell. These were actual lessons quizzes handouts and midterm taught in the
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Limits mark the transition from Algebra to the Calculus. This suite can be used as an end of year unit or as a beginning of year unit for Precalculus or Calculus, respectively. This unit is "short" because it doesn't belabor the lefthand and
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Limits III - defines "Derivative", shows how to calculate the Difference Quotient in order to find the slope at any point on a curve, designates a space for presenting more examples and suggests some practice problems.
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This is a brief encounter with vectors: After the nine lessons the student should be able to translate the skills gained herein to other disciplines. Four lessons including review and quiz for both plane and space vectors with a bridge discussion
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

32 Years in all varieties of schools

MY TEACHING STYLE

Lecture - Recitation - Socratic Method

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Iâ€™m from Boston. I was educated at Boston Latin School (Boys Latin) and then at Boston Technical High School (for the Junior and Senior years). I attended Northeastern University, and participated in their â€œco-operativeâ€ program first as an Electrical Engineering major (2 yrs) and then as a Math major (when I transferred to the College of Liberal Arts, I had my choice of Physics, Mathematics or Chemistry for my major field of study). I chose Mathematics. After receiving my Masters degree from Boston State College, I was eligible to be certified in Math, Physics and Chemistry. I have (had) a life certificate from Massachusetts in those three subjects since 1979.

Mr. White is originally from Boston. He was accepted to and attended Boston Latin School, the requisite admission test was waived for Orrin. With family roots in Downeast Maine, it is no surprise to find that he spent every Summer there. His family called Orrin â€œWhizzerâ€ but his friends called him â€œWizardâ€. He was popular with the â€œnativesâ€ and learned many things from them. Those people have a history of self-sufficiency. Among other things, they taught him how to Dig Clams and Fish for Lobster. In college Orrin first trained in Electrical Engineering â€“ he can wire just about anything you need to have wired. You see â€“ Northeastern wasnâ€™t just a book learning school â€“ they sent out their students to work in the real world. The Northeastern Co-op Graduate has practical experience as well as the Theoretical knowledge. You can apply the adage â€œthey hit the ground runningâ€ to these Graduates. His book "Spreadsheet Sorcery" is as yet unpublished.

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