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Larry M.
I am a fun-loving, pragmatic, task master. I believe in making math fun through the use of computational tricks and short cuts that are often no longer taught in schools. I recognize that some students are handicapped when their learning style does not match the style of their teacher; so I adapt. I believe that understanding the "why" and "when" is perhaps more important than the "how".

I have graduate degrees in Systems Management, Business Administration, and Industrial Engineering. I...

Mathematics

Masters

MBA

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Microsoft Excel
#### Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is, in my opinion, the star of the Microsoft Office Suite. It is a wonderful application. When used properly, it can do some amazing things. It is particularly useful when taking a Statistic course.
I have used Excel to analyze everything from the statistics in support of a doctoral dissertation to tracking shipments of DVDs and CDs to WalMart to analyzing the Air Force's strategic lift capabilities.

Microsoft Excel,
#### Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is, in my opinion, the star of the Microsoft Office Suite. It is a wonderful application. When used properly, it can do some amazing things. It is particularly useful when taking a Statistic course.
I have used Excel to analyze everything from the statistics in support of a doctoral dissertation to tracking shipments of DVDs and CDs to WalMart to analyzing the Air Force's strategic lift capabilities.

SPSS
#### SPSS

SPSS (Statistics Package for Social Sciences) is a premier statistical analysis package from IBM. One of its greatest features is that it is quite comprehensive. One of its greatest drawbacks is that it is so comprehensive as to sometimes be intimidating. I recommend developing an understanding of the question to be answered and arriving at what would seem to be the right answer before using SPSS (or other package) to work the statistics in detail.

Microsoft Excel,
#### Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is, in my opinion, the star of the Microsoft Office Suite. It is a wonderful application. When used properly, it can do some amazing things. It is particularly useful when taking a Statistic course.
I have used Excel to analyze everything from the statistics in support of a doctoral dissertation to tracking shipments of DVDs and CDs to WalMart to analyzing the Air Force's strategic lift capabilities.

SPSS,
#### SPSS

SPSS (Statistics Package for Social Sciences) is a premier statistical analysis package from IBM. One of its greatest features is that it is quite comprehensive. One of its greatest drawbacks is that it is so comprehensive as to sometimes be intimidating. I recommend developing an understanding of the question to be answered and arriving at what would seem to be the right answer before using SPSS (or other package) to work the statistics in detail.

Statistics
#### Statistics

Statistics can be viewed from several perspectives. In one sense, Statistics is the best tool for extracting usable and actionable information from the masses of data that exist in most ERP, CRM, and POS systems. From another perspective, it is an effective tool to support managerial and personal decision making. In this year of a Presidential election (polls), it can be a very interesting subject.

Elementary Math
#### Elementary Math

Although I have earned four college / graduate degrees in Mathematics, Engineering, Business, and Systems Management, I really enjoy helping young students discover the world of Mathematics. My bag of tools includes alternative algorithms for basic calculations. And, I am an expert at translating the current elementary math into something that even parents can understand.

Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

Algebra I is the entry point into the vast world of Mathematics. While it is primarily a Mathematics subject, it also teaches real world lessons in problem identification, logical thinking, and exploration of alternatives.
I am old enough to have first learned Algebra before the advent of computers in the classroom. I can offer some of the "old" fashioned approaches which may be simpler and easier than the methods being taught currently.
I personally enjoy Mathematics and have a repertoire of short cuts and tricks which I use for a brief change of pace when a student's attention lags.

Algebra 2,
#### Algebra 2

Algebra 2 is where the power of Mathematics begins to become evident. While Algebra 1 typically deals with linear relationships, Algebra 2 introduces the non-linear relationships that can better model the business and physical worlds. With the right perspective, it can be a mind-broadening experience.

Calculus,
#### Calculus

Calculus is the mathematics of change and variation which is fundamental to Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Engineering. It is also fundamental to a deeper understanding of finance, marketing, and economics. Differential Calculus leads directly into Integral Calculus and eventually to the Differential Equations which can be used to model just about any continuous function or process.

Geometry,
#### Geometry

Geometry is one of the earliest branch of Mathematics. The Greeks believed that every fully educated person would have some knowledge and talent in Geometry. Today, high school Geometry not only present the knowledge that the Greeks developed, but it also serves as a course in logical thinking, problem identification, and problem solving.

Physics,
#### Physics

Physics is the most fundamental of the sciences and is the foundation of chemistry and other life sciences. While Newtonian Physics have been around for several centuries, relativistic physics, thanks to Albert Einstein, has had a profound impact on the world in the past century. Now research into quantum mechanics and string theory is poking holes into our current knowledge.

Prealgebra,
#### Prealgebra

Prealgebra is an interesting class. It is the gateway to the broad world of Algebra upon which much of the modern economy is based. I am old enough to know how calculations were done before the advent of hand held calculators, so I like to show students some short-cuts that are no longer taught in school.

Precalculus,
#### Precalculus

Pre-calculus is a neat subject. Pre-calculus is the doorway to the world of Calculus. Calculus is the mathematics of change and variation which is fundamental to Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Engineering. It is also fundamental to a deeper understanding of finance, marketing, and economics. Since pre-calculus covers a variety of topics, there is enough variety in the material to keep things interesting and fun.

SAT Math,
#### SAT Math

I was one of three National Merit Finalist in my high school graduating class. Since that time, I have earned on undergraduate degree and three graduate degrees after scoring high on both GMAT and GRE exams.

Statistics
#### Statistics

Statistics can be viewed from several perspectives. In one sense, Statistics is the best tool for extracting usable and actionable information from the masses of data that exist in most ERP, CRM, and POS systems. From another perspective, it is an effective tool to support managerial and personal decision making. In this year of a Presidential election (polls), it can be a very interesting subject.

ACT Math,
#### ACT Math

I was one of three National Merit Scholarship winners in my high school graduating class. I went on to score high in both the GRE and GMAT exam and earn four college / graduate degrees.

Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

Algebra I is the entry point into the vast world of Mathematics. While it is primarily a Mathematics subject, it also teaches real world lessons in problem identification, logical thinking, and exploration of alternatives.
I am old enough to have first learned Algebra before the advent of computers in the classroom. I can offer some of the "old" fashioned approaches which may be simpler and easier than the methods being taught currently.
I personally enjoy Mathematics and have a repertoire of short cuts and tricks which I use for a brief change of pace when a student's attention lags.

Algebra 2,
#### Algebra 2

Algebra 2 is where the power of Mathematics begins to become evident. While Algebra 1 typically deals with linear relationships, Algebra 2 introduces the non-linear relationships that can better model the business and physical worlds. With the right perspective, it can be a mind-broadening experience.

Calculus,
#### Calculus

Calculus is the mathematics of change and variation which is fundamental to Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Engineering. It is also fundamental to a deeper understanding of finance, marketing, and economics. Differential Calculus leads directly into Integral Calculus and eventually to the Differential Equations which can be used to model just about any continuous function or process.

Differential Equations,
#### Differential Equations

My freshman honors course involved analog solution of first and second order differential equations. I took two quarters of differential equations during my sophomore year and a course in advanced differential equations during my junior year leading to a BS in Mathematics. I used my knowledge of differential equations in electrical engineering courses to model the performance of non-linear devices. My final project for my MS in Industrial Engineering degree involved simulation of differential equations.

Discrete Math,
#### Discrete Math

I have taken Discrete Mathematics courses as part of my undergraduate degree in Mathematics. I have used Discrete Mathematics as a foundation for my Finite Mathematics courses at Lewis University and the University of Phoenix.

Geometry,
#### Geometry

Geometry is one of the earliest branch of Mathematics. The Greeks believed that every fully educated person would have some knowledge and talent in Geometry. Today, high school Geometry not only present the knowledge that the Greeks developed, but it also serves as a course in logical thinking, problem identification, and problem solving.

Linear Algebra,
#### Linear Algebra

I had a beginning course in Linear Algebra in my freshman year at Rose-Hulman and took a second, quite rigorous, in my junior or senior year. I have used linear algebra concepts in the finite mathematics and operations research courses that I have taught.

Physics,
#### Physics

Physics is the most fundamental of the sciences and is the foundation of chemistry and other life sciences. While Newtonian Physics have been around for several centuries, relativistic physics, thanks to Albert Einstein, has had a profound impact on the world in the past century. Now research into quantum mechanics and string theory is poking holes into our current knowledge.

Prealgebra,
#### Prealgebra

Prealgebra is an interesting class. It is the gateway to the broad world of Algebra upon which much of the modern economy is based. I am old enough to know how calculations were done before the advent of hand held calculators, so I like to show students some short-cuts that are no longer taught in school.

Precalculus,
#### Precalculus

Pre-calculus is a neat subject. Pre-calculus is the doorway to the world of Calculus. Calculus is the mathematics of change and variation which is fundamental to Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Engineering. It is also fundamental to a deeper understanding of finance, marketing, and economics. Since pre-calculus covers a variety of topics, there is enough variety in the material to keep things interesting and fun.

Probability,
#### Probability

Probability is a fun subject. We all use it every day whether we realize it or not. Sometimes we rely on "empirical" probabilities as when we estimate which route to work in the morning will most likely be the fastest. Other times we have to resort to "subjective" probabilities when we make picks for a World Series or Super Bowl.
With the proper approach probability is actually overly difficult.

SAT Math,
#### SAT Math

I was one of three National Merit Finalist in my high school graduating class. Since that time, I have earned on undergraduate degree and three graduate degrees after scoring high on both GMAT and GRE exams.

SPSS,
#### SPSS

SPSS (Statistics Package for Social Sciences) is a premier statistical analysis package from IBM. One of its greatest features is that it is quite comprehensive. One of its greatest drawbacks is that it is so comprehensive as to sometimes be intimidating. I recommend developing an understanding of the question to be answered and arriving at what would seem to be the right answer before using SPSS (or other package) to work the statistics in detail.

Statistics,
#### Statistics

Statistics can be viewed from several perspectives. In one sense, Statistics is the best tool for extracting usable and actionable information from the masses of data that exist in most ERP, CRM, and POS systems. From another perspective, it is an effective tool to support managerial and personal decision making. In this year of a Presidential election (polls), it can be a very interesting subject.

Trigonometry
#### Trigonometry

Trigonometry is the study of triangles, but it becomes much more. It is a foundation for understanding Physics, Chemistry, and the various flavors of Engineering. I have found knowledge of trigonometry to be of great value and usefulness in my career.

Algebra 1,
#### Algebra 1

Algebra I is the entry point into the vast world of Mathematics. While it is primarily a Mathematics subject, it also teaches real world lessons in problem identification, logical thinking, and exploration of alternatives.
I am old enough to have first learned Algebra before the advent of computers in the classroom. I can offer some of the "old" fashioned approaches which may be simpler and easier than the methods being taught currently.
I personally enjoy Mathematics and have a repertoire of short cuts and tricks which I use for a brief change of pace when a student's attention lags.

Algebra 2,
#### Algebra 2

Algebra 2 is where the power of Mathematics begins to become evident. While Algebra 1 typically deals with linear relationships, Algebra 2 introduces the non-linear relationships that can better model the business and physical worlds. With the right perspective, it can be a mind-broadening experience.

Calculus,
#### Calculus

Calculus is the mathematics of change and variation which is fundamental to Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Engineering. It is also fundamental to a deeper understanding of finance, marketing, and economics. Differential Calculus leads directly into Integral Calculus and eventually to the Differential Equations which can be used to model just about any continuous function or process.

Geometry,
#### Geometry

Geometry is one of the earliest branch of Mathematics. The Greeks believed that every fully educated person would have some knowledge and talent in Geometry. Today, high school Geometry not only present the knowledge that the Greeks developed, but it also serves as a course in logical thinking, problem identification, and problem solving.

Physics,
#### Physics

Physics is the most fundamental of the sciences and is the foundation of chemistry and other life sciences. While Newtonian Physics have been around for several centuries, relativistic physics, thanks to Albert Einstein, has had a profound impact on the world in the past century. Now research into quantum mechanics and string theory is poking holes into our current knowledge.

Prealgebra,
#### Prealgebra

Prealgebra is an interesting class. It is the gateway to the broad world of Algebra upon which much of the modern economy is based. I am old enough to know how calculations were done before the advent of hand held calculators, so I like to show students some short-cuts that are no longer taught in school.

Precalculus,
#### Precalculus

Pre-calculus is a neat subject. Pre-calculus is the doorway to the world of Calculus. Calculus is the mathematics of change and variation which is fundamental to Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Engineering. It is also fundamental to a deeper understanding of finance, marketing, and economics. Since pre-calculus covers a variety of topics, there is enough variety in the material to keep things interesting and fun.

Statistics
#### Statistics

Statistics can be viewed from several perspectives. In one sense, Statistics is the best tool for extracting usable and actionable information from the masses of data that exist in most ERP, CRM, and POS systems. From another perspective, it is an effective tool to support managerial and personal decision making. In this year of a Presidential election (polls), it can be a very interesting subject.

Physics
#### Physics

Physics is the most fundamental of the sciences and is the foundation of chemistry and other life sciences. While Newtonian Physics have been around for several centuries, relativistic physics, thanks to Albert Einstein, has had a profound impact on the world in the past century. Now research into quantum mechanics and string theory is poking holes into our current knowledge.

SAT Math,
#### SAT Math

I was one of three National Merit Finalist in my high school graduating class. Since that time, I have earned on undergraduate degree and three graduate degrees after scoring high on both GMAT and GRE exams.

ACT Math,
#### ACT Math

I was one of three National Merit Scholarship winners in my high school graduating class. I went on to score high in both the GRE and GMAT exam and earn four college / graduate degrees.

SAT Math
#### SAT Math

I was one of three National Merit Finalist in my high school graduating class. Since that time, I have earned on undergraduate degree and three graduate degrees after scoring high on both GMAT and GRE exams.

Larry has provided examples of their subject expertise by answering **2 questions** submitted by students on Wyzant’s Ask an Expert.

## Great Teacher

He was familiar with everything I was studying and assisted me properly with explaining the work t me and allowing me to use the white board

Cornelius, 1 lesson with Larry

## Patient and creative tutor

Larry is helping my son understand fractions. His teaching method is very creative. Larry understands math and is able to explain it in ways that my son can comprehend.

Concetta, 2 lessons with Larry

## Larry is a wonderful, Most knowledgeable tutor!

Larry is a God send, he’s knowledge and provides outstanding support for my struggles in Six Sigma, statistics and analytics! We had Clear and concise conversations regarding said subjects I Highly Recommended Larry!

Roger, 5 lessons with Larry

## Great teacher & easy going!

I’ve got to say, Larry is by far my favorite tutor I’ve ever worked with from Wyzant. He is super nice, clearly explains things, and makes sure you understand the concepts before moving on. I’m always much more confident in my math skills after leaving a session. Thanks for everything!

Jennifer, 2 lessons with Larry

## Wonderful learning experience.

Larry possesses sound knowledge of the subject and he is a good communicator. He is a patient and experienced teacher with good knowledge of learner needs. He utilized real life experiences to drive home his points.

NIYI, 13 lessons with Larry

## Larry knows his stuff!!!

He was very patient and broke the information down to make it understandable. I learned more sitting with him than I did in 7 weeks of my class! I would definitely go back!

Darlene, 1 lesson with Larry

## Great Momentum tutor

Larry taught my son how to find the change in momentum, velocity, and mass. My son was able to do his online quizzes with more confidence after reviewing the subject.

Laura, 3 lessons with Larry

## Very nice, patient and kind

Larry helped my daughter with her AP calc BC problems and he pointed out where her teacher was making errors which was enormously helpful. He is easy to work with and very pleasant in his explanations.

Anastasia, 10 lessons with Larry

## Knowledgeable and Patient

My daughter enjoys her lessons with Larry. He really knows and explains the material well, and gives her plenty of examples and questions along the way. His easy going demeanor and humor make him fun to work with.

Nisha, 4 lessons with Larry

## Stats Know-How & Great Teaching Style

I'm an adult learner, returning to school for an eMBA degree. I needed help with statistics and found Larry on Wyzant. Larry was quickly able to assess my understanding of the subject & he made some suggestions about how we should begin the session. His teaching style comes from years & years of experience, he was easily able to move from basic statistics to higher level concepts so I had an improved understanding of the foundations of statistics. This information was invaluable to me. I highly recommend Larry: he has a kind, relational teaching style, he created diagrams & charts for me, he provided examples of how I can relate statistical concepts to real life, and he suggested MS Excel formulas / functions to use in future assignments. Great tutor!

Karin, 2 lessons with Larry