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Hi, there! I'm Robert, and I'm a Tidewater Community College Engineering alumni, currently pursuing dual degrees in Physics and Electrical Engineering! I love teaching and tutoring, not only for the satisfaction of seeing my students succeed, but also in learning how my students approach problems and think about them. With more than 4 years of official tutoring experience in the community college system, as well as numerous free-lance tutoring jobs, I've worked with a variety of students; hig... [more]

I am a graduate of Durham University, UK, and earned my doctoral degree in Chemistry from the University of East Anglia. After working as a research chemist for several years around the US, I settled in Hampton Roads, and have since taught 20+ full time years college level Chemistry. I also have 6+ years one-on-one tutoring experience in Math, Chemistry and Physics from middle school through college levels. I believe I have helped a lot of students in quite a few subjects. I love to effecti... [more]

I have been accepted in the National Math Olympiad, and have passed 70+ credits of math during eight years of college both undergraduate and graduate. I have been an instructor or teaching assistant in several courses including but not limited to Algebra 1 and 2, Calculus, Differentials, Statistics, Advanced Statistics for engineers, and Time Series. Furthermore, I have instructed students in several programming languages (MatLab, R, SPSS, and Fortran) in accordance with their mathematical pr... [more]

Probability is an interesting topic. If you think about it, chance impacts an amazing number of material decisions you make in your personal life. Should I play the lottery? Do I need insurance for a catastrophic event? Should I invest in this stock? What brand of a product should I buy? It's important that you understand the chance of success from any decision that you make. If you understand quantitatively how the probability of an event is arrived at, you can make better decisions. I have taken probability and statistics classes both in undergraduate and graduate school, and I've have h [more]

My sub specialty in mathematics was probability theory. I took additional classes in medical school to advance my knowledge in this area. I have tutored students who have raised their SAT math scores by 80 points. These students had scores from 470-550. One student had a learning disability. Additionally to raising their tests scores, they improved at least one grade point in high school mathematics. I majored in mathematics in college and received an honorary key in this subject. I appreciate the opportunity to tutor your child. [more]

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The course covers the basic principles of the theory of probability and its applications. Topics include combinatorial analysis used in computing probabilities, the axioms of probability, conditional probability and independence of events; discrete and continuous random variables; joint, marginal, and conditional densities, moment generating function; laws of large numbers; binomial, Poisson, gamma, univariate, and bivariate normal distributions. Don't struggle through or "just get by" another school year or college semester. Together we can take your skills to the next level. My style is simp [more]

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