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...Probability theory is part of both mathematics and physics curricula at Albright College. In addition to this, I passed the first actuarial exam, which is on the subject of probability. The skills of discrete mathematics are required generally in each branch of mathematics; I achieved a 4.00 GPA in mathematics from Albright College.

...I have taught AP Calculus AB and BC for 15 years at Holy Name HS and Berks Catholic HS. Teach trigonometry at Reading Area Community College and Berks Catholic. I teach **statistics** at the high school level and at the community college.

...My specialty is offering multiple ways to determine how you or your child learn most efficiently to increase your understanding of the various topics mentioned above. I want to offer increased understanding in various scientific topics and mathematical applications for student success. Whether you are having difficulty grasping an entire concept or just parts of the theories, I can help!

...I have been a practicing engineer for many years and thus I am familiar with many practical applications of math concepts to real world examples. My teaching philosophy is to maintain a student-focused and student-engaged learning environment to ensure student comprehension and student success. ...

...By learning how to organize, plan, and break large projects into manageable pieces, many of my students improve their grades and relieve a great deal of stress from their school lives. The parents of these students tell me they've seen a great improvement since I began working with their children. I passed Linear Algebra with an A in the Fall of 2010 at Kutztown University.

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