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Regarding my educational level, I have a Master's degree in Physics from Western Michigan University, and now I am working toward earning my PhD in theoretical subatomic physics. Focusing on the theoretical branch of physics requires vast amount of mathematical knowledge or what we are used to call; mathematical tools. I have a long experience conducting various physics labs. I also worked as a tutor in the Physics Help Room. My first tutoring experience ever was in free tutoring some relati... [more]

I have always been good at math and computers. In junior high school, I started competing in math competitions and doing very well, usually placing in the top 25-100 in the state of Michigan throughout high school. I tutored math in college, and am able to find many ways to help a student solve a problem or learn a concept. My favorite areas of math include algebra, trigonometry, calculus, differential equations. I have a B.S. in Computer Science and an M.S. in Applied and Computational Math... [more]

I am a graduate from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and I currently teach High School Mathematics. I love all topics in math, and I love helping students with them. I enjoy teaching my classes, but I find that individual attention is much more productive for all students. This will be my 5th year of teaching in Battle Creek, and I have helped dozens of students in Portage and Kalamazoo improve their test scores, get ahead of their class, or feel more confident about their math s... [more]

I tutored all the way up to a senior level linear algebra course at the Michigan State University Math Learning Center for two years. I then applied for and was accepted as an undergraduate trigonometry teaching assistant leading recitation, office hours, and extensive grading with advanced student feedback. In graduate school, I instructed a senior level lab in analog integrated circuits. My passion is to learn how you learn and show you how enjoyable it really is. Math and science as langu... [more]

I am a recently retired teacher with 38 years of experience in teaching mathematics and physics. I have taught all mathematics courses in high school including AP Calculus and AP Statistics. I have also taught at community colleges as well as universities. I have served on the State of Michigan Mathematics High School Content Expectations committee and I was part of the writing team for the State of Michigan Content Expectations. During the past 6 summers, I have been asked by the state of... [more]

A brief discription of probability theory could be stated simply: It is a branch of mathematics that studies situations in which there is an element of uncertainty. Flipping a coin or rolling a die come to mind. We say the outcome is uncertain because there are too many unknowns involved. For example, if we knew the exact initial orientation of the die as well as all of the forces acting upon it as it is rolled, and perhaps also the coefficient of friction of the surface upon which it lands, we could predict the outcome exactly. We do know however, that a die very closely approximates a perf [more]

I am thrilled to introduce myself and to provide you with a brief background of my qualifications. I began my secondary education coursework at the University of Michigan School of Education in an effort to ultimately pursue my goal of becoming a mathematics teacher. I currently teach at the middle school level and am certified in grades 6-12 in both mathematics and psychology. I am pleased to share that, for me, grade school was one of the most memorable and engaging periods in my life as ... [more]

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