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Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.96 344 ratings

What are the chances of your passing your stats and probability course? If you're in doubt, my 36 years of helping hundreds of students be successful will definitely improve your odds. And you'll probably find yourself enjoying this fascinating and very practical application of numbers. "Why study mathematics?" and "How will I ever understand this stuff?" are two of the most real and common questions I am asked when students, along with their parents, ask me to help. I use methods and techniques that I've perfected over the years to show the applicability and the beauty behind "the beast" know [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$70 per hour.

4.96 23 ratings

Hi! I am Michelle. I went to school in New York at SUNY Old Westbury. While obtaining my degree in Mathematics, I also completed many education courses. I went on to San Francisco State University to work on my Master's Degree in Mathematics. I am currently an Adjunct Math Professor in the Los Rios Community College district. I have been tutoring mathematics courses for more than 14 years: private tutoring, tutoring at multiple learning centers, and tutoring online. While working on my degr... [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

4.96 485 ratings

Typically students studying Probability do so as part of general Introductory Statistics course. Unlike most sections of Statistics, Probability is very much like other Mathematics subjects students are familiar with (namely Elementary Algebra, Finite Math, etc.). It relies heavily on Algebraic rules and is largely computational. Success here is largely dependent on working problems applying the rules of counting. There are some novel mathematical concepts here that one must master to succeed in this mostly accessible subject area. [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.82 227 ratings

My name is Anh. I'm currently a high school Math teacher at a public high school. I graduated from Sacramento State University with honor from their most difficult Bachelor of Art Math program. I also finish my teaching credential program at Sac State. Being a bilingual person, who benefits from the best of both countries (America and Vietnam) education, I know what is good and bad in both systems, from which, I learn how to teach and transfer my knowledge in the most effective way. Teaching ... [more]

Hello parents and potential students! A little bit about myself, my name is Matthew Liang and I am a third year veterinary student at the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to graduate school I worked as a Teaching Assistant in the Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Department and the Life Science Core Curriculum Department at UCLA. During my time in Los Angeles, I also worked as an in home tutor for a wide variety of grade levels and subjects. I mostly tuto... [more]

My name is David U., but many just know me as Dave the Math Tutor. I've been a professional math tutor for over 30 years, and I can help you make sense of anything mathematical, from elementary arithmetic to pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, statistics, probability, number theory, and more, including test prep for tests like the ACT, SAT, CBEST, CSET, GMAT, and GRE. With me you can learn to master the basics, then b... [more]

I have a passion for economics, and I enjoy showing others the value of studying economics. The careful analysis of supply and demand, as well as other economic factors is an important area of study. Additionally, the topic of economics is typically not well known for most individuals, so I like to engage the learner in a way that intuitively makes sense. I am proficient in the following areas of economics: applied macroeconomics & microeconomics, monetary & fiscal policy, cost/benefit ana... [more]

I took AP Statistics as a high school senior and received an "A-" for both fall and spring semesters. Later, I took STAT-50 and STAT-115A at California State University, Sacramento. I use cards, coins, and dices to discuss probability based on chances. Students learn about how probability is used in math, biology, finance, and risk. I have my AA in Mathematics from Merced College and my BA in Economics with minors in Mathematics and Statistics from Sacramento State. I am the William Randolph Hearst Scholar where I was recognized for my academics, service, and personal achievements. One of [more]

Hello, my name is Kaity. I recently graduated from UC Berkeley with a BA in Applied Mathematics. While studying at UC Berkeley I learned how important it is to get help when struggling with a subject, and I would like to be able to use my knowledge in math, and my experience as a student and an educator to help students succeed. I am patient, understanding, and reliable, and through my experience I have learned how to help students understand the concepts in math, and not just blindly follo... [more]

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