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Tanya D. ...I have a Master's Degree in Computer Science. I have 19 years' experience as a Sr. Software Engineer.
26 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, calculus, algebra 1
Palo Alto, CA
Maya T. ...I have 7+ years of tutoring experience. I can help you or your child to excel in math and overcome any problem areas. I specialize in all areas of Math: Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, etc.
17 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, precalculus, geometry
Union City, CA
Shahab S. ...Consequently, I only take one or two students at a time and dedicate my time to their success.I have teaching experience on this subject. I was a Biostatistics Teaching Assistant (TA) at UCSF when I was a PhD student. At work I use biostatistical methods such as hypothesis testing, regression analysis, T-test, chi-square test, correlation analysis, etc.
4 Subjects: including statistics, MATLAB, biostatistics, Python
Menlo Park, CA
Charles T. ...I finished a Master's in Statistics two years ago at CSUEB and work on Finance research and Data Science projects when not tutoring. They are very exciting spaces to be in right now due the new explosive capabilities in stats online and allow for an enormous amount of new discovery. Having prev...
23 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 2
Alameda, CA
Alan W. ...In tutoring linear algebra and other math subjects, I focus first on making sure the student has the solid understanding of fundamental concepts and theorems needed for success with more advanced work. Generally, I favor a Socratic approach, asking questions or offering hints to help students ga...
35 Subjects: including statistics, English, physics, reading
Palo Alto, CA

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