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As a very capable mathematician, I have for many years applied my knowledge of statistics to various situations in which analysis was useful. When I was a restaurant & retail manager, I used statistics & business analysis skills I learned in college to describe & understand the performance of my stores. As a teacher, I used statistical analysis to interpret my students' standardized test performance data. Serving two years on my campus' improvement committee, it was my duty to use test score data & demographic data to recommend specific areas for improvement. In graduate school I had to streng [more]

I've worked as a secretary at a middle school and a paraprofessional (similar to teacher aide) in a special education at an elementary school. As a paraprofessional I've been working with Special Education students in grades K-5. My middle school experience was in Texas while my paraprofessional experience has been in both New Hampshire and Texas. I'm very thankful to be working for the school district. Thanks to this opportunity I have summers off, just like the kids, and I know that m... [more]

Despite the growing reliance upon statistical analysis to make sound judgements and inferences, many factors can contribute to generating statistical results that are meaningless at best and misleading or false at worst. Understanding the assumptions and the conditions that must be met in order to perform a particular statistical analysis is imperative to produce sound results. Moreover, the best interpretation of these results is necessary to maintain your integrity and credibility as a student or professional. Having conducted a statistical analysis for a doctoral candidate (now doctor) and [more]

I am teaching Statistics in local colleges. in addition to that, my qualifying was in Statistics during graduate school and tutored Statistics for many years. I have a PhD in mathematics and a BS in engineering. I have over 10 years of classroom experience, I taught statistics and calculus at University of Maryland before having my kids. Now, I teach at at local colleges. I have been doing paid and unpaid tutoring for 25 years now. My son became a doctor in the army, he also has a degree in Biochemical engineering. My daughter graduated from UC Berkeley Energy Engineering. I always voluntee [more]

Hi there, I got a Master from University of Texas at Dallas (UTD). I was a Math tutor at community colleges for 5 years and Calculus I TA (Teaching Assistant) at UTD for 2 years. As a student like you, I was experiencing difficulties while attending math courses and encountering troubles while solving math problems. Now, I hope I can help you efficiently with your math lessons and homework you have been facing--- with my knowledge, experience, and sincerity. See you! Sincerely, Little ... [more]

The key to first-year statistics is keeping the big picture in mind, both figuratively and literally. From describing distributions to calculating probabilities, the descriptions and formulas used in statistics are strongly geometrically-based, and it is an understanding of this geometric foundation that can guide students through multi-step calculations, without losing sight of the end goal. Graphs are a great tool for visualizing probabilities studied in statistics, and many teachers require students to include graphs in their work. It is my experience that until a student can consistently [more]

I have master's in statistics from Stephen F. Austin State University with 4.0 GPA. I have got my degree in 2010. I have masters degree in Physics and Statistics. I have 10 years of teaching experience in math and physics. I like to watch moments when a student understands the solution of a problem. Those are very rewarding moments. I have tutored in math and physics at the high school level and taught physics and developmental math at the community college level for 5 and 2 years respectively. I am good at problem solving and planning. I would like to tutor physics, math and statistics... [more]

I am a semi-retired logistics supervisor. My degree is in Mathematics, but I have wide interests and believe that life is about learning. When you understand something, it becomes much easier and more to do. Solomon said, "I saw that there is nothing better for a person than to enjoy their work." So it is with study. Finding reason to enjoy the subject is often the key to learning. Memorizing facts will pass a test, but understanding their importance is the first step to mastering the subject... [more]

I started tutoring and teaching as a way to support myself in college and graduate school. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Guilford College, a Masters in Geoscience from Harvard University and a Ph.D. from Stony Brook University. My students averaged a grade of A- per semester at both Harvard and Stony Brook. As a research scientist I found that I miss the interaction with students, especially that moment when they grasp a difficult concept or acquire a skill they ... [more]

I am on staff as an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Temple College, and as an Adjunct Instructor of Mathematics at The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. The college classes I teach consist mostly of College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus (1 and 2) and Elementary Statistics. My greatest joy is the improved success of my students. Hello! I'd like to help you experience success and enjoyment in Mathematics! I have a B.S. in Education (Penn State), and a Master's in Mathematics (Ohio State). I have previously taught at the Junior High level for 12 years teaching Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, A [more]

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