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...I tutor basic probability at the undergraduate level and for MBA programs, covering everything from frequency to combinatorics. My experience is two-fold. First, I have an MBA in Finance from the Robert H.

Hello. I tutor math. I tutor question by question, explaining concepts along the way. I cannot guarantee grade improvements. I also may not be able to answer many of your math questions, but I will try my best to help you understand and improve math skills.

...And I was also employed by the Naval Academy as a tutor for Precalculus, Calculus I, and Calculus II. I continue to teach one section of Supplemental Instruction for Calculus I at the Naval Academy, a non-graded voluntary course for those who wish additional help for their graded Calculus I cour...

...I loved having discussions with my classmates about what we were learning and how it could be applied elsewhere. After college, I worked as a conference planner for a banking association. I am comfortable teaching **math** up through Algebra 2.

...Some of the probability topics include sampling - an important tool in inferential statistics. Events include independent and dependent events, mutually exclusive events, disjoint events. The addition and multiplication rules for working with various events is included in probability.

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