...I enjoy helping people learn about mathematics and statistics. Statistics requires a slightly different way of thinking than is encountered in other aspects of mathematics. I feel I am a very patient instructor, and I hope to take at least some of the mystery away in reference to statistics. (read more)
...Do you find yourself asking, "What are real numbers, rational numbers, integers?" Or maybe, "What does it mean when a + 7 = 13?" Perhaps you're saying, "My graph looks nothing like the graph in the book!"
I can explain this and more, in clear terms. Together we can overcome your confusion a... (read more)
...Bible Study tutorial services would involve help learning more about the structure of the Bible and specific biblical topics. I have several years of experience in teacher training. I have excelled at the Praxis I math, writing, and reading subject tests. (read more)
Taylor is a graduate of the College of William and Mary with a degree in economics and a minor in mathematics. He is currently employed as an economist at the Bureau of Labor Statistics and has a strong practical background with mathematics. Before coming to the Washington, D.C. area Taylor was em... (read more)
...I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and a Master's Degree in Operations Research. I have the pleasure of being a Mathematics adjunct professor, teaching college coursework in calculus/pre-calculus , Algebra I/II, probability/statistics, quantitative analysis, finite and business math. I have substantive Wyzant experience tutoring students ages 8 - 55. (read more)