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...Through both my job as well as teaching, I understand not only statistical applications, but HOW to best teach the subject to people. I have taught at the University of Utah as well as Front Range Junior College in Longmont Colorado. I understand that people learn differently, and part of my job as a tutor is to quickly figure out the best approach, and help you learn the way you learn best.

...In addition, I try to foster a learning environment that motivates and builds success. I take pleasure in showing students that with appropriate instruction and a little hard work they are capable of significantly more than they imagined. My goal is to eventually get to a point where a student can be self-motivated to tackle any problem they come up against.

...In high school I took every math and science class I could, was a member of the science club and participated in several science competitions. I went to college at Nebraska Wesleyan University where I received a B.S. in mathematics and biochemistry/molecular biology. While there I tutored as often as I could and was the president of the math club for 2 years.

...I hold a master's in Industrial Engineering from University of Minnesota. I have expert knowledge of Statistical Methods, liner & non linear regression, logistic regression,multi variable analysis, neural networks, classification, random forest, regression trees and R programming. I have extensive experience in base plot system and ggplots in R.

...I have tutored many students successfully in subjects ranging from Introductory Algebra to Partial Differential Equations. I am also happy to tutor Physics students. I believe that math is best learned by working on good, challenging problems.

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