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...So, probability of drawing second red card is P2=25/51. Finally, probability of whole event of drawing two red cards (one after another) out of regular 52-crd deck is P=P1*P2=1/2*25/51=(1*25)/(2*51); P=25/102. ACT Math can be very challenging for every high school graduate student because besid...

...Today I have hundreds of hours of experience, with the majority in Algebra and Statistics, and I would be comfortable well into college math. During the learning process, small knowledge gaps from past courses tend to reappear as roadblocks down the line. By identifying and correcting these problems, I help students become effective independent learners for both current and future courses.

...Furthermore, I've been a full-time tutor since I graduated in 2009 and I see Calculus students all the time; usually about a third of my clientele are studying Calculus. That means you can count on me to communicate concepts well. Geometry is a source of frustration for many students, because it's not like other math that you see in high school.

...I have a B.S. in mathematics from the University of Connecticut and hold teaching credentials in the states of California (single subject mathematics) and Massachusetts (high school mathematics). I have taught every level of high school mathematics including: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Tri...

...I am currently a high school math teacher! I teach algebra and geometry but am very familiar will most high school curriculum as I have been working for charter high schools since 2007. I like to help students like math and realize that it's not as hard as they think it is!

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