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I have been a middle school math teacher for over 30 years and now I am a math tutor at a local community college. I would love to help you succeed in math by providing the one-on-one attention that is not available in a large classroom. Math is the gateway subject for success in many areas, so I know how important it is to get a good foundation in this area.

...The study of randomness is at the heart of probability. While individual occurrences for the outcome of a random event (e.g. the toss of a fair coin) are impossible to predict in advance, if repeated many times the sequence of outcomes will exhibit patterns. In probability, formulas are devised...

...There are so many new terms and formulas and word problems... but what do they all MEAN? That's where I come in! Whether you feel totally lost or just need a little extra help, I would love to show you much sense math makes when you hear it in language you can understand.

...I have dozens of creative ways to help students get past their barriers in understanding it. I'm very capable in this subject - proof-based geometry requires students to think like mathematicians or lawyers. I already have a mathematicians' intuitions, and I know so many ways to push students to greater understanding.

...My short term goal with students is that they would understand the subject they're studying. My ultimate aim is to put myself out of a job by enabling students to be independent learners. I want my students to gain confidence in their abilities and apply the problem solving skills that I teach...

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