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...Trigonometry is my favorite subject of all, because it is a branch of mathematics that studies only triangles and the relationships between the lengths of their sides and the angles between those sides. Statistics or probability: Descriptive Statistics, Data Analysis, Graphic Representations, Me...

I'm a full-time Mathematics Instructor at the United States Air Force Academy. I have taught 14 different courses and over 500 Academy students. My teaching experience includes: College Algebra, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Linear Algebra, Statistics, Operations Research, High School Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, and MS Excel.

...I feel the best way for students to have an understanding of the topic is to connect it to the student's life. Most students dislike math so I try to show each of my students how it relates to their life! I have also taught test taking skills to all of my classes.

...I studied Chemistry as my main subject and Physics and Mathematics as subsidiary subjects for my undergraduate degree. For my graduate school admission, I took the graduate record examination, which included Mathematics, English and Analytic sections. I have MS and PhD degrees in chemistry from the University of Chicago.

...Probability is closely related to **statistics**. In fact, at the introductory levels, probability and **statistics** are often taught as a single class. One of the key differences is that **statistics** relies on having data; you use the data to compute values associated with mean, standard deviation, and etc.

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