...How to take a complex task and break it into smaller, more digestible pieces. Most importantly, how to build on you previous knowledge, learn new concepts, and combine everything to solve a problem. And that's what coding is about, solving problems. (read more)
...Sydney G. (Physics): She saw a noticeable difference in her performance and I was able to get her grade up to a 98%!
Wade W. (AP Calculus): As a result of the pandemic and subsequent shift to online learning, W.W. was struggling to grasp much in calculus. I helped W.W. go from an 89% to a 95%.
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...I developed an assembly language dynamic interface to enable COBOL programs to invoke FORTRAN math routines. I understand FORTRAN syntax and its indexing issues, as well as how FORTRAN is compiled into machine code. I was formerly a software engineer/developer with over 15 years of experience developing applications primarily in research and development environments. (read more)
...I have been teaching or tutoring Algebra 2 for 30+ years. I am familiar with all the changes that have come about over the last few years. I taught pre algebra, algebra, geometry, and trig/calculus at a private school in Salt Lake City. (read more)
12 Subjects: includingAlgebra 2,Algebra 1,Physics,ACT Math
...I did statistics that includes, but not limited to, hypothesis testing HO/HA, t-test, p-value, ANOVA, least squares regression line, chi square testing during my MS. I have also taught statistics to more than 9 students of Master level. I have done my Master of Science in electrical engineering. (read more)