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I'm a third year PhD student at University of Illinois at Chicago studying Probability and Statistics with an interest in Game Theory. I am also a TA and I enjoy the teaching aspect of my program very much. I have been an active math tutor both professionally and for friends for the past few years and I love the experience of helping someone gain an understanding of mathematics. I hope to ignite the same love of the subject that I have, but at the very least helping students gain a proficiency and mastery of the subject is very satisfying.
I'm a patient person, good listener and communicator. I work well with students from middle school through college and I can tutor all K-12 math, including college Calculus, Probability, Statistics, Discrete Math, Linear Algebra, and other subjects. I have flexible days and afternoons, and I can get around Chicago without difficulty.
I look forward to hearing from you.
I'm very comfortable with computer programming in general, and although each language has its own quirks and differences, the general principles are the same and similar techniques can be adapted to fit whatever language is required.
I took discrete math undergraduate at Tufts and received an A. Topics included set theory, graph theory, combinatorics. Since then I have worked as a TA for "Finite Mathematics for Business" which had a major component of counting (combinations, permutations) problems, and linear programming, both of which are common in discrete math. Other topics in which I am well versed are formulation of proofs, which is a major component of most discrete math courses, as well as introductory logic.
I took Linear Algebra during my undergraduate time at Tufts and received an A. Since that time I have taught a course in Mathematics for Business for which half the semester was focused on working with matrices to solve systems of linear equations and other applications (such as linear programming and input-output analysis problems) which used matrices.
A truly gifted tutor!! — Brian was instrumental in helping me pass a graduate level mathematical statistics exam. No matter how difficult the material was Brian always had an exceptional understanding of the material. He patiently and thoroughly explained difficult probability and statistical concepts until it made sense to me. Brian was also very flexible in scheduling times to meet and very reliable. I would highly ...
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