...Algebra 1 is the entry point for algebra. Even if you do not have a good grounding in prealgebra you can make it up by learning algebra 1 well. Any shortcoming in algebra 1 may create a lot of problems when you start learning algebra 2. (read more)
...Now, I work full-time as a Math Tutor, and I am a proud grandmother of a very adorable 2-year old granddaughter! I also am a lover of animals and have 2 dogs and 3 cats of my own. They are my Math Mascots! =)
When I began tutoring, I worked with school-aged students in study skills and time management in all subjects. (read more)
...Linear algebra was one of the subjects I tutored when I worked in the tutorial centers at American River College and Sacramento State University. I am also familiar with applications of linear algebra to computer graphics. In a world of so much uncertainty, mathematics stands out like a light in the darkness for the simple reason that many of its results can be regarded as universal truths. (read more)
...I went to school in New York at SUNY Old Westbury. While obtaining my degree in Mathematics, I also completed many education courses. I went on to San Francisco State University to work on my Master's Degree in Mathematics. (read more)
...PhD in Astrophysics.
writing lots of codes in Python. Dealing with Hubble and Keck data and extracting cleaning and analyzing them. Performing many projects in various languages during my academic studies. including usage of MCMC, Least square and Chi square, Dealing with various distributions, Using Bayesian data analysis etc...
learning and refining my math and stats periodically. (read more)