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Originally from England, I graduated from Cambridge University with a degree in Mathematics. As a tutor I enjoy meeting students of all backgrounds and abilities, thinking through problems together and making progress in understanding the concepts behind the questions. I personally find math fascinating and beautiful, and I love sitting down with a student to help him or her to explore areas that they had not previously encountered or understood. My belief is that when a student understands (... [more]

I have a PhD in economics. I've taught economics at an undergraduate level for the past three years and I've also tutored at that level for the past three years as well. My tutoring method is to walk through the process of solving problems step by step making sure they're actively participating along the way.... [more]

I have a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Master of Public Policy from the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University. In grad school, I worked as a Teaching Assistant for both graduate and undergraduate students and discovered the rewarding experience of helping others learn to reach their highest potential. I love engaging with students, both those in and outside of formal schooling, promoting the advancement of knowledge. My favorite moments i... [more]

I've always loved math, both learning it myself and helping others to understand it, from high school through college. I've also just graduated from UMass Dartmouth with bachelors of science in computational mathematics and marine biology, summa cum laude, where I excelled in all of my classes. I love helping people learn about math and science, topics I've been passionate about for many years. I'm good at being able to explain concepts several different ways, which is important because ev... [more]

Probability is one of the more enjoyable subjects in precalculus mathematics. How many ways are there of flipping a coin five times? How many three-letter combinations of the letters A, B, C, D, E, and F are there -- if order counts (A, B, C being different from C, A, B, for example) or if it does not? If you have 3 green marbles, 4 yellow marbles, and 6 blue marbles in a black bag, what are the chances of drawing at least one green marble in three tries, given you replace the marbles each time? What do "nCr" and "nPr" mean, and how do they relate to the three-letter combination questions abov [more]

I am currently working on a doctorate in Kinesiology and have two Master's degrees, one in biostatistics and one in exercise physiology. I have experience teaching 400 level exercise physiology courses, experience teaching anatomy labs, and over 7 years of various teaching assistant positions (anatomy, physiology, exercise physiology, statistics, kinesiology). I am very familiar with most sciences, statistics, and computer related questions. I enjoy being active outdoors which means that I ... [more]

I studied probability in both high school and college. Since then I've applied it for years while an active trader in the stock, options and futures markets. Probability is entertaining, fascinating, and applicable to many industries, careers and recreational activities (e.g., card and dice games). I've helped hundreds of people improve their skills and their lives. Let me help you. I hold masters' degrees in both philosophy and theology, and a bachelor of science degree in physics and engineering. I've worked as an advanced trainer and educator for companies like Intel, Evergreen Aviation [more]

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