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Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.85 162 ratings

Statistics is one of the topics a lot of science majors encounter, myself included. In my work I often utilize statistics concepts in presenting data in scientific papers that I write. Recently, I have had the pleasure of helping a number of students in this area. One student needed a statistics course to get his degree in Geography, but had failed two times previously. He told me he was about ready to give up. With my help he passed the class and got his degree! Math, Physics and Engineering are my main areas and I have a solid record of success helping students as a tutor. Most have improve [more]

I have over 20 years experience teaching and tutoring mathematics. I have taught middle school through college level mathematics. I also have experience teaching SAT/ACT PREP and Study Skills. I earned my undergraduate degree in Mathematics from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee and I earned my Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics from the University of Texas in May 2016. Currently I am an Adjunct Mathematics Professor with Central Virginia Community College where I teach PreC... [more]

I have experience training students in probability and statistics for many fields of study, including actuarial programs. I have gone through the experience of studying and passing actuarial exams and will train the students to prepare for the actuarial exams. I have a Ph.D. in probability theory and have training in Statistics. I have taught statistics for a long time and well versed in the theoretical and applied side of statistics. I have extensive training in Mathematics and Statistic... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.97 40 ratings

I am a retired Industrial Engineer with an undergraduate degree in?Math. I have been teaching at the University of Virginia and Charlottesville schools for the past ten years. Teaching has been and continues to be very rewarding for me. I understand the dynamics of the learning process and have an effective ability to connect with students that are having difficulty with various topics. My approach to tutoring is not a lecture scenario but a concrete two-way conversation with immediate fee... [more]

I have taken undergraduate and graduate-level statistics courses. I have recently earned my Bachelors on Science in Nursing (BSN) from Lenoir-Rhyne University, Cum Laude, and passed my Nursing Boards (NCLEX) to become a registered nurse (RN). I have a Bachelors in Psychology after attending both Yale and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Masters in Business Administration from Pfeiffer University, and am currently working on a second Bachelors of Science in Nursing at Lenoir-Rhyne University. I completely understand the pressures of maintain... [more]

Last semester, I took Introduction to Probability and Distribution Theory, which is a calculus based statistics course. I can provide help in basic probability, conditional probability, independence, discrete probability distributions, continuous probability distributions, sampling distributions and the central limit theorem at a higher level. I have also taken AP Statistics, so I can also help with confidence intervals, tests of hypotheses, inferences based on two samples, ANOVA and linear regression. [more]

Katharine is second year doctoral student in the Transformative Studies program at the California Institute of Integral Studies. She graduated with an MBA in Economics in 2016 from Southern New Hampshire University and a BA in Economics in 2013 from Ithaca College. Her focus in the program is Feminist Economics and her research revolves around how gender definitions play a role in the creation of various economic systems and what would happen to the US economy if we reduced socially construct... [more]

Regression-analysis services are available, especially for laboratory experiments: variable significance testing, multicollinear risk detection, residual imbalance assessment, measurement scatter troubleshooting, and linear transformation development. Sampling of prior lab-data regression work is available on request. Statistics hopes that samples look like whole populations. The sample is described by a typical, central value: an average, mean, or median. The sample also has a "spread" or range about the average: a standard deviation. Normally, about two-thirds of the group will lie with [more]

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