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I graduated from the University of Connecticut (honors program) with a B.S. in Physics and minor in Mathematics before attending graduate school at Brandeis University and Northeastern University, where I received a M.S. in Physics at each school. At each of these schools I was supported with a tea...

...I have studied and worked with math my entire life. I was valedictorian of my high school class, and scored the highest possible score on the AP calculus test. I then majored in math at Harvard, where I graduated with an honors degree, and where I was a Teaching Assistant in calculus at the Harvard Extension College.

...Discrete binomial, multinomial and Poisson distributions; continuous normal, exponential, T, F or Chi-squared distributions; conditional, marginal, and joint distributions; Bayes theorem and inference. As a physicist and computational scientist, my knowledge of applied mathematics incorporates m...

...I studied math at MIT and have taught probability theory and statistics to high school, college, and graduate students for many years. I'm especially familiar with courses given at BU, Northeastern, Suffolk, Harvard, and MIT. I use Stata and R and can teach at any level, including graduate-level multivariate statistics, regression, and econometrics.

...Pre-calculus is the study of function families and their behavior. It includes transformations, trig and lots of modeling of real world behavior. When teaching Pre-calculus I focus on helping students to make the connections between the graphical, table and equation forms of the functions we work with.

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