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Ocean Ridge, FL Golf Tutors

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Albert M.
...Personally, I have no problem repeating a response to a question as many times as it takes to get understanding. Depending on the subject matter and where we are in the process, I encourage questions at any time. I believe that learning is best accomplished under conditions of informality and occasional joviality.
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56 Subjects: including golf, English, reading, chemistry
Albert M.
$35.00/hr
Boynton Beach, FL
Jeffrey F.
...I have played golf for 40 years and have taught several of my friends to play golf. I have a 6 handicap and am very knowledgeable in golf swing techniques. I coached football from 1983-2008.
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14 Subjects: including golf, accounting, Microsoft Excel, general computer
Jeffrey F.
$50.00/hr
Lake Worth, FL
Scott T.
I have been an avid golfer for over 46 years with experience and knowledge of the golf swing, course strategy, rules, etiquette, practice techniques, and golf course operations. I was a prior participant in local, state and national golf tournaments, including those operated by the Palm Beach Count...
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1 Subject: golf
Scott T.
$50.00/hr
Lake Worth, FL
Robert B.
...I specifically focus on organization first. The structuring of notebooks and assignment logs for each course. This can be set up with a sign off list for parents or tutors to verify and be checked against teacher records.
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53 Subjects: including golf, chemistry, reading, calculus
Robert B.
$50.00/hr
Delray Beach, FL
Sean D.
...In this paper we detail how to test a time series for stationarity. If the series is not stationary we demonstrate how to take the first difference of a data set to transform it to a stationary series. To test for cointegration we regress one of the level series on the other level series and store the residuals using common statistical software packages such as Stata or R.
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21 Subjects: including golf, calculus, geometry, algebra 2
Sean D.
$40.00/hr
Delray Beach, FL
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