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My name is Kevin, and I received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Applied and Computational Mathematics from the University of Southern California (USC). I was a member of the Pi Mu Epsilon Math Honors Society at USC. Since receiving my degree, I have continued my education in mathematics by comple...

...I have a strong understanding of probability especially in the discrete case. I aced my combinatorics course in college, and knowledge of combinatorics is very powerful in discrete probability. In addition to discrete probability, I am familiar with a lot of the concepts in continuous probabili...

...Study skills are somewhat subject specific and I would plan to present guidelines based on the particular academic area. I have taught Sunday School for more than 30 years. Having read through the bible several times, I have written religious literature which has been used as a curriculum both in the U.S. and internationally.

...Statistical summaries of data are often presented using graphs. Again, many of these graphs are easy to generate using software packages such as Excel. Once you get into the area of hypothesis testing and inferential statistics, statistics and probability become very closely coupled.

I find that tying real-world applications into mathematical concepts is of lasting use to students. With six papers written and presented at international conferences, and two of them re-written for non-math audiences, I have an excellent grasp of how to give folks the connections between concept and application. I have taught mostly adults, but did tutor at the high school level.

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