...I have also taken graduate-level math coursework at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab. I have worked for over 40 years as an engineer applying higher-level mathematics to the solution of real-world problems. Algebra 2 is the springboard for the more advanced mathematics that a student will encounter in college.
Olney, MDView Tutor
...Understand the different levels of measurement and how they relate to particular sets of statistical tests/models 3. Learn the assumptions of the various statistical models typically used by researchers and how to test the assumptions of each model 4. Learn how to best screen, clean, and organize data in statistical software packages 5.
College Park, MDView Tutor
...WyzAnt qualified in Biology and Reading/Vocabulary (often related to difficulties in science). I worked in neuroendocrinology research at the Salk Institute and have taught middle school general science (grades 6-8) and NY Regents level Biology. WyzAnt approved for Elementary Math, Prealgebra, ...
Washington, DCView Tutor
...My GPA for my Mathematics minor so far at my university is a 3.8, and so I have a very comprehensive understanding of math. I'm a biology major at the University of Maryland. I've taken Cell Biology and Physiology, Biochemistry for Physiology, Genetics, and Principles of Biology I, II, and III.
Laurel, MDView Tutor
...My teaching style is fluid with a heavy emphasis on visuals and working with graphs. I start with procedures until students feel comfortable enough to jump into concepts and how they are connected. When time permits and the interest is there, I present multiple solutions to problems.
Rockville, MDView Tutor