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Richard V. ...Probability is the basis for statistics; if you can solve problems in probability, you are on the way to understanding and solving problems in statistics. My approach is intuitive and rigorous. You will learn the why as well as the how, using familiar real world examples.
16 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, writing, geometry
Humble, TX
Cindy B. ...They are 14 and 16 now and very independent learners. I am also a writer and an avid reader. I am strong in this subject and enjoy it a great deal!
36 Subjects: including statistics, reading, biology, GRE
Humble, TX
Devyn H. ...I would prefer to work with smaller children in this area. Criminal Justice was my minor throughout college, so I have taken many hours of courses relating to the subject. I geared my college courses for criminal psychology because the criminal justice side always spiked my interest.
12 Subjects: including statistics, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Conroe, TX
Anthony I. ...This experience, as well as my professional experience in the fields of Accounting and Finance, and a keen ability to relate current 'real world' events to academic concepts, has been extremely beneficial for the students I have tutored! I have tremendous patience, and continually developed meth...
15 Subjects: including statistics, accounting, algebra 1, algebra 2
Houston, TX
Nichols M. ...I offer a no-fail guarantee (contact me via WyzAnt for details). I am available at any time of the day; I try to be as flexible as possible. I try as much as possible to work in the comfort of your own home at a schedule convenient to you. I operate my business with the highest ethical standar...
34 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, ASVAB, finance
Houston, TX

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