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...Therefore counting is very important. It starts with the fundamental theorem of counting: if there are n ways of getting A and m ways of getting B, then there are n x m ways of A and then B. Counting progresses with the useful ideas of permutations (for ordered sets) and combinations (for sets ...

...In a way, math is a foreign language with hundreds of dialects; the trick is to find yours and teach you how to translate. Because I value your time and mine, I ask for cancellations to be at least twenty-four hours in advance, excepting emergencies. I also ask that my students practice outside of our sessions; I will assign practice problems as needed.

...It has been a most genuine pleasure to meet new students and learn their various talents and interests, while simultaneously having the chance to tutor them in one of my own interests: Mathematics. I hope you'll consider me for your tutoring needs.I have been tutoring Math privately for three years. I am a Math Major in the Honors College at the University of Arizona.

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...I have also used Matlab in numerical analysis and engineering coursework. In addition, I have used Matlab extensively in professional capacities for over a decade. My professional experience using Matlab includes: remote sensing, image processing, statistical analysis, machine learning, time-series analysis and data processing, including analysis and modeling.

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