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...As an aspiring actuary, I have passed the first few exams. Because of my use of a slower, thorough process of study, I have an in-depth understanding of how each topic works, and can help others to understand not only how to make sense of the topics, but also how they are tested. I will only tu...

...The axioms and common understandings of Algebra 1 are common to all other algebras, such as vector algebra, and are therefore the essential foundation for all further study in mathematics. Algebra 2 skills, including factoring, finding roots, solving sets of equations and classifying functions b...

...I studied math at MIT and have taught probability theory and statistics to high school, college, and graduate students for many years. I'm especially familiar with courses given at BU, Northeastern, Suffolk, Harvard, and MIT. I use Stata and R and can teach at any level, including graduate-level multivariate statistics, regression, and econometrics.

I completed my Master of Arts in Teaching degree in Mathematics Education from Boston University in 2010. I have Massachusetts licensure to teach middle and high school mathematics, and I am currently employed teaching Geometry, and Pre**calculus** on the North Shore. I've been tutoring and teaching (...

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