I love math. I love teaching it. I find it intrinsically satisfying to see the light come on in a student's eyes. My first math lesson that I taught was when I was 5. My neighbor, still in diapers, kept skipping 4 when counting from 1 to 10. I worked with him until he could get all 10 numbers in a row, and match them up with his fingers. My students drastically improve under my tutelage, generally seeing a two grade level improvement (F to C, C to A, for example), and all of them get ... [more]
I've taught formal high school classes in Algebra I as well as successfully tutored numerous students struggling with specific concepts. You won't find better.
I majored in math in college, graduating with an A average. I took MV Calc in high school and can do surface integrals, and teach them.
I've taught formal classes in AP stats as well as tutored multiple students. I can bring you from real-world natural examples to clear applications of statistics in meaningful ways.
I have a B.S. in pure mathematics from Indiana University with a GPA of 3.6/4.0. Discrete math, Finite Math, Linear Algebra and Logic are all early-level courses in this track, I feel confident I can help anyone with whatever problems they might have with these subjects.
I've passed exams P/1, FM/2, and MLC. I passed P/1 with a score of 10 (highest score possible).
During my B.S. in pure mathematics from Indiana University with a GPA of 3.6/4.0. I took a series of two courses called Linear Algebra and Linear Transformations. LT was just LA with more theory and more depth. LT was moving towards a graduate dimension theory course.
I have a B.S. in pure mathematics from Indiana University with a GPA of 3.6/4.0. One class that I took was P105: Logic and Reasoning. It's a Philosophy class, instead of a math class, but there you go. It's a class in college-level formal logic. I got an A.