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Anton K. ...I know how these concepts are implemented in C++ and also in Java. I know how to program using C++'s native structures. This is important for writing efficient and easily comprehensible code.
48 Subjects: including statistics, reading, chemistry, writing
Belmont, MA
Robert Z. ...I take each student, young or old, where they are, and work with them until they are ready for the formality of an algebra course. A high school precalculus course typically contains a wide variety of topics, more so than calculus itself, which takes a narrower set of ideas to greater depth and ...
35 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, calculus
Andover, MA
Hiroko T. I have 10 years of experience as an online mentor and teaching assistant in a statistics course in a local college. I have a BS degree in Chemistry. I have found statistics very interesting since I first took a statistics course.
1 Subject: statistics
Wilmington, MA
Christopher F. ...I've studied Discrete Mathematics in College when I took Discrete Math I-II in preparation for graduate school. I'm finding a lot of computer science majors are required to take this course. Usually mathematical induction is the topic which leaves the student baffled and eager to seek a supplemental voice; I'm here to be that voice!
19 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, GRE, geometry
Somerville, MA
Matt L. ...The best advice I can give to students is to be curious: challenge yourself to explain what you don't understand, and read constantly and critically across different fields. There are so many things to learn and so little time! TEST SCORES: SAT I: 2400 800 Math, 800 Reading, 800 Writing.
29 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, physics, English
Boston, MA

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