$60/hour

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“**Great Tutor!**”

I am a retired professor of finance who enjoys tutoring grades six through college in mathematics and physics. I particularly enjoy figuring out how to present topics

*Hourly rate is for 60 minute hour.
No charge for occasional short telephone consultations.
No travel charge for travel under five miles.*

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Robert really helped my son understand the physics problems and when to apply the correct formulas. He did great on his exam!

Robert teaches tackling complicated problem sets and multi-layered applications in a manner that promotes accessibility and comprehension. He has a very kind demeanor, and his passion for math is both engaging and refreshing to experience. This is somebody who really enjoys teaching math. As you can imagine, genuinely enjoying your work is a sterling quality for a tutor of any subject to possess. This refreshing passion is an ancillary component to his skill of approaching the material as succinctly and straightforward as possible in order to make math simple and accessible to the layperson (me). I would highly recommend Robert to anyone looking for a great tutor with a kind disposition who is passionate about math.

For reference: Robert teaches all levels of math, but we worked on business statistic concepts: linear regression, extrapolation/Interpolation, correlation, conversion of half-lives, exponential growth/decay factors, confidence intervals, margin of error in relation to data analysis and polling, reliability of sample sizes, logarithms, etc.

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I took an econometrics course while earning my Ph.D in Finance. I also used econometrics in my professional work.

I have tutored subjects that include mathematics (grades 4 to college), statistics (high school and college), physics (high school and college), finance, and economics. Schools students attend include Ransom Everglades Preparatory, Gulliver Academy, Gulliver Preparatory, St. Luis Covenant School, Pinecrest Elementary, Cushman Academy, University of Miami, Columbia University, and Fordham University.

Fordham University Graduate School Of Business, Associate Professor of Finance.

Columbia University School of Business, Adjunct Associate Professor of Finance.

Saint Peter’s College, Professor of Economics and Finance.

Barry University, Adjunct Lecturer in Finance.

I have a Ph.D. in Finance, and majored in Physics and Mathematics at the undergraduate level. I have used linear algebra professionally for many years, and have published many papers in academic and professional journals that used linear algebra to solve investment related problems.

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A Retired Professor to Tutor Math and Physics