You are here:

U.S.
Available
##### Expertise

I can answer most questions up through Calculus and some in Number Theory and Abstract Algebra.

##### Experience in the area

I have had my Bachelor's Degree since 1987 and have been a teacher since 1988. I earned my Masters Degree in Mathematics May 2010. I have been teaching at the same community college since 2002.

##### Education/Credentials

I have taught 12 years at the community college level, medical college, and technical college as well as a high school instructor and alternative education instructor and charter school instructor.

##### Awards and Honors

Master's GPA 3.56 Bachelor's GPA 3.34 Post grad work not degree related GPA 4.0

This expert accepts donations:

### Recent Reviews from Users

K = Knowledgeability    C = Clarity of Response    P = Politeness
Kenneth09/27/16101010
Kenneth07/29/16101010
Kenneth07/15/16101010
Kenneth03/01/1610

#### 2016-07-26 Confusing Rates:

20 men can paint 5 houses in 10 days so that is 4 houses every 10 days per man. At that rate 40 men can paint twice as many houses in twice as many days,  i.e.  40 men can paint 10 houses in 10 days. But

#### 2016-05-17 help:

Numbers began as tic marks on caves where each tic mark represented an item,  whether it be a child, a fur or whatever. There is/was a 1-1 correspondence between the tic mark and the object it referred

#### 2016-03-19 help:

A fraction or rational number can have a negative sign top or bottom. -a/b = a/-b = - (a/b). You must be talking about a negative exponent. It is true that one must bring the factor to the numerator if

#### 2016-02-28 Diectly and Indirectly Proportioal:

Well first off 12/= 6*1/2. (/= = not equal) 6 x 1/2 = 3.  These terms directly proportional and indirectly proportional are mathematical jargon. For y to  be directly proportional to x you must have y

#### 2016-02-23 Diectly and Indirectly Proportioal:

y is directly proportional to x in   y = K * x. This means you will divide by x to get your constant by itself     *because y = k(x) and y = k(1/x), the former being directly proportional to and the last

Volunteer