CAHSEE Math Exam: Tutoring Solution
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 Struggle with understanding algebraic expressions, decimals, fractions, geometry, measurement, statistics or any other high school math topic covered on the CAHSEE
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 Want a cost effective way to supplement their math learning
 Prefer learning math visually
 Find themselves struggling to prepare for the CAHSEE exam
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 Don't have access to CAHSEE prep materials
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Learning Objectives
 Become familiar with number theory and basic arithmetic.
 Learn how to solve problems that include decimals and fractions.
 Understand how to solve problems with percents.
 Be able to solve problems that involve radical expressions and equations.
 Solve problems involving algebraic expressions and equations.
 Learn how to work with algebraic linear equations and inequalities.
 Understand how to solve problems that include exponents.
 Become familiar with functions.
 Work with rational expressions.
 Perform calculations that involve ratios, proportions and percents.
 Learn about matrices and absolute value.
 Be able to solve quadratics and polynomials.
 Understand the basics of graphing in geometry.
 Explain how to graph on the coordinate plane.
 Take measurements in math.
 Describe the properties of different types of shapes.
 Discuss the applications of triangles and the Pythagorean theorem.
 Understand how to find perimeter, area and volume in geometry.
 Learn how to work with data to determine probability and statistics.
 Develop your mathematical reasoning skills.
 Discuss the principles of logic.
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