# 8th Grade Algebra Tutor – Get Help With Problems & Tests

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**Private Middle School Algebra Tutoring**

**Private Middle School Algebra Tutoring**### Algebra Help

MathTowne offers one-on-one Algebra tutoring in the San Francisco Bay Area. We provide you with a vetted and professional private tutor to make Algebra become your child’s strong point. Our math tutors can meet in-person in the comfort of your own home, or remotely through a tablet or computer.

### The benefit of private tutoring

If your child finds Algebra homework and instruction to be overwhelming, you may need to hire a tutor. It’s very common for students to need Algebra help. Almost all students benefit from working one-on-one with a private Algebra tutor. Our expert math tutors look forward to helping your child to feel confident and be successful in their algebra class.

**How our Middle School Algebra tutors create results**

**How our Middle School Algebra tutors create results**

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Our team is dedicated to providing the necessary support for students to succeed in their academic goals. Our expert math and science tutors have many years of experience helping students to form productive habits.

These include time management, study skills, and test-taking strategies. These fundamental skills enable students to better overcome the challenges of achieving academic excellence.

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MathTowne has online tutoring as well as in-home for whatever suits your needs. We guarantee our in-home tutors are professional, safe, and knowledgeable for your peace of mind.

If you choose to do remote lessons, we have some of the best online Algebra tutors available. Our online Algebra tutors love to teach math and are highly experienced in conducting fun and effective lessons.

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### Personalized instruction

Our team enjoys tutoring students at all levels of math. We ensure improvement in student performance in all aspects of their academics. We provide an in-depth breakdown of all subjects, tailored to the curriculum of their school. Our instructors explain the class material and help students learn how to study and solve problems effectively.

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Our tutors provide the level of support that will help students achieve high level expectations. A positive attitude towards math is key to success. We teach with a supportive approach where decision making, risk-taking, and self-confidence are highly encouraged.

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**Algebra 1 Concepts **

**Algebra 1 Concepts**In **Middle School Algebra 1,** students develop their understanding of algebra by learning the skills needed to solve equations. They will get experience using numbers and variables and will become comfortable performing manipulations with equations and inequalities. The young teens will learn the **core abstract concepts** that make algebra what it is.

We believe** Algebra is the most important and useful math subject to master** before moving to more difficult high school classes. It is needed for computer science, physics, algebra ii, pre-calculus, and many other colleges and high school math classes.

### Middle School Algebra introductory Topics

- Understand integers, rational numbers, and irrational numbers.
- Translate word problems into mathematical equations and then solve for missing values.
- Get familar with strategies to simplify expressions.
- Understand union and intersection of sets.
- Graph and solve equations, inequalities, and systems of equations.

### Middle School Algebra further Topics

- Evaluate expressions containing variables, fractions, exponents, and radicals.
- Determine whether a relation is a function and how to describe its domain and range.
- Use factoring and formulas to solve quadratic and polynomial equations.
- Understand how to use the properties of numbers in order to justify statements.
- Form and evaluate mathematical arguments using logical types of reasoning.

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**Frequently Asked Questions**

**Frequently Asked Questions**

What is the difference between Pre-Algebra and Algebra?

Pre-Algebra is an introductory course usually taught in middle school after arithmetic. It is typically taken in 7th grade or 8th grade. Pre-Algebra provides students with the basic foundation they need to be ready for the study of algebra. Students are introduced to basic algebraic concepts such as negative integers, roots and powers, and the idea of variable manipulation.

Algebra 1 is a common math course taught in late middle school and early high school. The focus of Algebra 1 is to help students build up conceptual and abstract understandings.

These understandings are necessary for future advanced math classes such as Trigonometry and Calculus. Students learn how to use variables and mathematical symbols to solve problems. They also are taught how to interpret and graph basic functions.

Is it advanced to take Algebra in the seventh grade?

Yes, at most schools, students either take 7th grade math or pre-algebra in 7th grade. Middle school students with strong math skills could begin learning Algebra 1 as soon as 7th grade. However, without some fundamental concepts from pre-algebra, it may be hard to grasp Algebra 1. If you are not comfortable solving an algebraic equation with variables, you should consider taking pre-algebra rather than algebra 1.

At what grade should children start learning Algebra?

The short answer is whenever they have mastered Pre-algebra topics. In the US, Algebra 1 is typically taught in 8th and 9th grade. Students tend to enroll in an Algebra 1 course during their freshman year in highschool. However, some high schools may offer Algebra 1 to sophomores as well.

In middle schools, Algebra 1 courses are generally offered to 8th graders. In some cases, schools will allow 7th grade students who are more advanced in math to take it as well.

What are some free online resources to study algebra?

Purplemath, Khan Academy, and IXL are three such websites that summarize each topic found in algebra and give a few practice problems to work on.

Where can I find an Algebra tutor near me?

Unless you live in the middle of nowhere, there should be plenty of qualified tutors in your area. If you are looking for online lessons MathTowne is an excellent source for Algebra tutoring. If you live in the San Francisco South Bay Area we are also happy to provide in-person tutoring to you.