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Help with statistics in the world of tutoring usually means help with a statistics course. This may seem obvious, but in research, help with statistics is more likely to mean advice on how to decide how many observations are sufficient to make a case or how to decide whether a set of data can be matched by a model or another dataset. I have taken courses in statistics, written software (but not invented the techniques!) to answer both of the above questions in my research, and learned to use statistical suites on various calculators and computers. Thus, if I were to see topics from, say, a [more]

I studied probability and statistics in college as part of a math major. Some of the topics I can help with include combinatorics and counting arguments, calculating statistical properties of a sample, and random variables and probability distributions. I am available to tutor any area of mathematics: arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, linear algebra, differential equations, etc. I can also help with more advanced college-level topics. My experience with advanced mathematics gives me insight into how different mathematical concepts are connected, which means tha [more]

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I am a retired Naval Officer and former UNIX Computer System Administrator and programmer. I hold a Master of Science Degree in Operations Research, a Master of Science Degree in Computer Science and a Master of Arts Degree in Education (Mathematics 7-12). I am a full time community college instructor and a former high school and middle school teacher. My specialty is in the key Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) subjects that are so critical to success in today's wo... [more]

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$65 per hour.

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Statistics can baffle the best of us, so seeking guidance to help wade through the wealth of material is often helpful! It's mathematical based terminology often intimidates students before they get to see the usefulness of the subject! Once understood however, statistics opens our eyes to see the truth of what is NOT said in so many of the claims and promises rampant in advertising at all levels! It thus has practical uses that extend beyond the classroom and will forever change the way you see the world! [more]

I have a love of learning and a passion for teaching! I hold a B.S. in biology and have completed extensive coursework in chemistry and physics as well. I scored in the top 5% in the math section of the SAT and the GRE, and the top 10% in the verbal section of those tests. Of course, intelligence alone does not a good teacher make. I am a firm believer that any subject can be accessible and interesting if it is properly explained. I have found that the teachers who best facilitate learning... [more]

My educational background is in economics and math, with master's degrees in business and computer science. I have taken and passed the Praxis II content exam and the ARC course for certification as a middle school and high school math teacher in Connecticut. My course work in undergraduate included probability / statistics courses as well as courses in econometrics (regression analysis). I have substituted in stats courses at the high school level on numerous occasions. In the current environment, a significant portion of the curriculum in other courses such as Geometry and Algebra 2 a [more]

I was certified in 2013 and 2016 with TEFL through SAFEA and the International TEFL Academy. During college, I focused on calculus and chemistry, while also being a TA for the computer science department. Between 2013-2014, I spent a year teaching English in China, as well. Most recently, I have been giving additional English lessons both in person and online to friends and colleagues. I particularly enjoy tutoring because of the chance to get to know the students' learning styles more clo... [more]

I have a PhD in experimental health psychology. I graduated December 2016 from a doctoral program in Experimental Psychology. Throughout my time as a graduate student, I worked, studied, ate, and breathed statistics and experimental methods. I have extensive experience assisting undergraduate and graduate students with conducting and translating SPSS input/output (differences between parametric and non parametric, t-tests, ANOVAs, regressions, correlations, etc.), conducting statistical analyses by hand, providing tailored lessons and ... [more]

My name is Jeffrey, and I am a degreed Mechanical Engineer residing in Hudson, NY. I have 7 years of industry based engineering experience and 4 year of College based experience from Rensselaer PolyTechnic Institute. I also have significant experience in working with teens in both a tutoring and mentoring environment. On weekends I also run a church youth group. As a tutor I am very aware that no two students are alike. Therefore, I recognize that each student will have a different learning ... [more]

Subject area includes: the summation symbol, measures of central tendency, range, mean, absolute deviation, standard deviation, normal distribution, grouped data, measures of location, measures of variability, random variables, probability distributions for discrete random variables, expected values of discrete random variables, binomial probability distribution, hypergeometric and negative probability distributions, Poisson Probability Distribution, Gamma Distribution and its relatives, other continuous distributions, hypotheses and test procedures, z tests and confidence intervals, two sampl [more]

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