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Greg K. ...Calculus is my favorite math subject and I am happy to help others with it. Most of my current students are enrolled at high school AP Calculus or taking college level calculus such as SDSU courses MATH 122-124, MATH 141, and MATH150. I am a professional chemist and have taught chemistry at all levels for many years.
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, physics, chemistry
Spring Valley, CA
David F. ...I've tutored math from grade school to grad school for a very long time. I started tutoring in high school (1979) and really enjoy helping people learn math, whether or not they're in elementary school or working on a Ph.D. I have played tennis for 36 years.
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, statistics, prealgebra
La Jolla, CA
Brian R. ...As an engineer, I took Differential Equations and used many the techniques I learned in the course throughout later classes and into my professional career. In chemical engineering undergraduate programs, economic considerations are placed at a higher importance than other engineering disciplines. I took a junior level econometrics course while completing my degree.
22 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, statistics
San Diego, CA
Steve S. ...I successfully completed 2 years of ASL courses at San Diego Mesa College and one year of Interpreter training. I earned my M.S. degree in Rehab Counseling with an emphasis in Deafness Rehab and have utilized my ASL skill through my work history. I have worked as a Deaf Interpreter and as an ASL Instructor for staff of Arc-San Diego.
4 Subjects: including algebra 1, sign language, prealgebra, career development
San Diego, CA
Bosko C. ...A: In regular 52-card deck there are 26 black cards (clubs and spades) and 26 red cards (hearts and diamonds). So, probability of drawing first red card is P1=26/52=1/2. Now, we have to draw second red card, but this time we have 25 red cards left inside the 51-card deck. So, probability of drawing second red card is P2=25/51.
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, physics
San Marcos, CA

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