What we cover

Yup tutors are experts in all K-12 math, from addition to calculus

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We know that some schools have different naming conventions for math classes. We cover Integrated Math (Math 1, Math 2, Math 3) and all K-12 grade Common Core math. Yup can also be used for SAT and SAT II preparation. Contact us if you are unsure if we cover your class or subject area!


  • Basic operations (counting, place values, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)
  • Negative numbers and absolute value (no variables)
  • Factors, divisibility rules, GCF/LCM (no variables)
  • Decimals, fractions, ratios, and proportions (e.g. units, percentages)
  • Exponents and roots (no variables)
  • Order of operations
  • Grouping (associative, commutative, distributive) and equality (symmetric, reflexive, transitive) properties
  • Number types (e.g. rational, irrational, complex)
  • Scientific notation
  • Other pre-algebra (e.g. prime factorization)


  • Coordinate plane basics (e.g. quadrants, plotting points, distance/midpoint formula)
  • Variables, linear expressions, and solving linear equations
  • Graphs of lines (e.g. slope, intercepts, y=mx+b)
  • Function properties (e.g. definition of a function, one-to-one/onto, even/odd, domain/range, inverses, composites, direct/inverse variation, piecewise, continuity/interval notation)
  • Inequalities (with variables)
  • Absolute value (with variables)
  • Systems of linear equations
  • Simplifying monomial and binomial expressions (e.g. factoring/distributing a single term, exponent addition/subtraction)
  • Logarithms, radicals, and exponential functions (with variables)
  • Quadratic expressions, equations, and graphs
  • Higher polynomial expressions, equations, and graphs
  • Rational expressions, equations, and graphs
  • Circle, ellipse, and hyperbola equations and graphs
  • Function graph transformations (e.g. translating, reflecting, scaling)
  • Complex (a+bi) coordinate systems
  • Sequences and series
  • Vectors and matrix basics
  • Other algebra


  • Names and properties of figures (e.g. perimeter, area, convex vs. concave)
  • Similarity, scaling, and shape transformations
  • Congruence
  • Proofs
  • Lines and angles
  • Triangles
  • Quadrilaterals
  • Regular Polygons
  • Circles
  • 3D solids and polyhedra
  • Other geometry


  • Basic trigonometric functions and ratios
  • Trigonometric function graphs
  • Trigonometric equations and identities
  • Inverse trigonometric functions
  • Laws of sines/cosines
  • Other trigonometry


  • Limits and continuity
  • Derivatives
  • Extrema and critical points
  • Approximating area under curves (e.g. trapezoids, Simpson’s rule)
  • Antiderivatives and integrals
  • Solids and surfaces of integration (e.g. disks, washers)
  • Fundamental theorem of calculus I and II
  • Mean value theorem, average change, and secants
  • Basic differential equation behavior (slope fields)
  • Euler’s method
  • Other calculus

Statistics and Probability

  • Measures of center and spread
  • Interpreting/creating plots, graphs, and tables
  • Permutations, combinations, probability, and expectation
  • Probability distributionsLinear regression and correlation
  • Hypothesis testing and confidence intervals
  • Sampling and surveying

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