I wish you could replace my math teacher right about now. — jdudeJmusicAforlifeC
I’m available for math tutoring at any level in New York City at a rate of $60 per hour. I have a BS in Math from MIT and an MA in Math Education from NYU, and I’m certified to teach math in grades 5 through 12 in New York City, which I did for a year and a half. That’s not important, though. What really matters is that I’m an excellent teacher. Watch my videos below to see for yourself. If you, your child, or someone you know needs help with math, feel free to contact me using the form at the bottom of this page.
Math: Conditional Probability
That was the first 11 minute video that I actually watched and didn’t just skip through. — Rudra13
I use OJ Simpson, among other things, to explain how the probability of an event can change if the conditions of that event change.
Math: Differential Equations
Sweet man, you made it very understandable, thank you. — cptrecon
I introduce differential equations using classic physics problems such as gravity and driving down the street.
Math: Negative Times Negative Equals Positive
Yay! Now it makes sense. — Secnarf2
We all had it drilled into our heads that a negative number times a negative number equals a positive number, but why is this?
Math: Slope of a Line
I got an A- on my slope math test thanks to you. — jaygonzalez93
The slope of a line measures how steep the line is.
Math: Triangles Sum to 180°
Thanks for your help on my homework. — Dorgoth12
If you take a triangle, cut off the corners, and line them up, they will make a straight line (180°). Here’s why.
The Monty Hall Problem Explained
When given the choice, should you switch doors?
SAT Study Guide
I’ve been working on an open source, free, easy to understand SAT study guide for the math section. Ever since I saw the 1000 page, ridiculously complicated, $50 SAT study guide at Barnes & Noble, I knew there must be a better way. You can download the guide along with the source code using the links below. It’s far from finished, but it’s a good start!