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In Tucson, you probably do not check the weather much. With 350 days of sunshine a year, Tucson is the sunniest city in the US. When you wake up, you probably just think “it’s gonna be hot” and prepare accordingly. Well, you might not be looking at the forecast intently, but there is likely a meteorologist still tracking trends and predicting the future anyway. What you might not realize is that weather forecasting relies heavily on statistics. If you have ever seen a 30% chance of rain, that is calculated by collecting data about the current state of the atmosphere and using previous data and knowledge of the atmospheric processes to determine a likely result.
Data is at the heart of statistics and you will learn to better manipulate data when you work with Statistics tutors in Tucson. For example, overgeneralization is something you will learn is a pitfall in statistical analysis. Your private tutor can help you see how it affects analysis. Overgeneralization is where you apply findings from one population that might not apply to another. In the case of weather, there are clear differences based on location. It might be hot year-round in Miami and Los Angeles, but that does not mean you can use Miami data to predict Los Angeles weather. There is a lot more moisture in the atmosphere in Florida, so you would not get accurate results.
With a Tucson Statistics tutor, you will learn how to produce reliable data in your experiments. It is vital that the data is not corrupted in any part of the process, which can be extra difficult if you add multiple variables to the equation.
Our math tutors help you through all of the regressions and correlations to make sure that you can predict the future, even if that future is probably still just sunshine and heat.
I studied at USC and am finishing up my degree at SDSU and I have been tutoring since junior year in high school. Every since I was little, I have loved subjects like Math, Physics and Statistics so I decided to filter my passion into helpi... See more
I have a Bachelor's degree in Neuroscience with minors in Psychology, Food and Society and Pre-Health Profession certificate from UT Austin. I have over 5 years experience in teaching and tutoring with students of all ages. I focus on provi... See more
27 year old female passionate about the biological/ physical sciences. Biomedical and Health science graduate from UCF. Pursuing her passions of spreading knowledge and helping others succeed in their future medical endeavors.
I am a PhD student in epidemiology at the University of Rochester. I have both a bachelors and a masters degree in psychology. I have been teaching, tutoring, and mentoring for more than 10 years. I have worked as a teaching assistant and
I have an advanced science degree with experience in tutoring math, science, and english. I have years of experience tutoring students in math and would love to be able to help your student become the best that they can be.
Tucson has been stuck in the past at times. They did not even pave the streets of Tucson until 1910. Up until that point, they did not even have a fire engine. Instead, all of the vehicles used by the fire department were horse-drawn. I can’t even imagine what a horse-powered fire wagon would have looked like. Before you go thinking that it was just the times, New York had its first paved street in 1872, which is a full 38 years before. That is a full generation of New Yorkers who experienced paved roads, while Tucsonites dealt with broken spokes.
The same does not apply to Statistics tutoring in Tucson. You will not have to wait 38 years to get the same service that we offer in New York. We have Statistics tutors in Tucson right at this moment who can help you out. You just need to sign up and start the matching process and we will find the right person for you.
New York City might have a few things that Tucson does not. You can’t see Hamilton there yet (although, it is hard enough to get a ticket in New York that you might not be able to see it there either). You can’t get a true New York bagel in Tucson. But one thing that you can count on being there is Tucson Statistics tutoring.