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Private In-Home and Online Statistics Tutoring in Los Angeles, CA

Receive personally tailored Statistics lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

How can a tutor assist you in conquering Statistics?

Statistics is an area of mathematics that focuses on learning from data. While many of the formulas used in statistics come from algebra, statistics gives the equations new meanings. With proper use of statistics, you can do an analysis of a set of data that predicts future trends. Before you get to this stage, however, you'll have to know the ins and outs of the topic. This may be more difficult than it sounds, but with the help of a statistics tutor in Los Angeles, California, found with the assistance of the educational directors at Varsity Tutors, you can work through your statistics course work.

Some of the most basic concepts in statistics are mean, average, and outliers. These equations come from algebra, but statistics gives the numbers behind them deeper meaning. But there is so much more you can learn about a set of data than just the average. With statistics, you can experiment on populations of data while accounting for predictable variables. This can give you your own data set to learn from. However, in order to have fun in statistics with your own experiments, you have to understand how to plan and conduct them properly. A tutor can work through a plan with you and discuss the pros and cons of each decision. Through statistics tutoring in Los Angeles, you can hone your experimentation plans and understanding of how statistics works.

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Statistics Tutoring review by Michael in Los Angeles, CA
Discussed standard deviation, z-scores, percentiles, IQR, and boxplots. Completed worksheets regarding z-scores and constructing of data sets. We worked on a free response question for the AP Stats class. She was well prepared and asked great questions!
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Statistics Tutoring review by Jazmyn in Los Angeles, CA
Today, the student and I worked on chapter 14, which focused on correlations; which included finding the mean of x, the mean of y, the summation of x minus the mean of x, the summation of y minus the mean of y, the summation of x minus the mean of x squared, the summation of y minus the mean of y squared, the r, the a, and the b. We also worked on graphing correlations and determining the correlation coefficient from the graph. From the graph, we were also able to determine the regression equation. Further, we worked on analyzing a bivariate correlate on SPSS and then analyzing the output.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Anna in Los Angeles, CA
Today the student and I met to discuss her Statistics assignment. She wanted to go over her homework involving the normal distribution. We worked through each of the problems, solving them using what she remembered from the lectures, the text book and the characteristics of the normal distribution. By the end of the assignment, I felt that the student had gotten a hand of solving the related items. The assignment was very well designed such that she was able to integrate previous problems to solve the ones later in the assignment. I basically explained the methods and then the student solved the problems. We plan to meet up weekly so that I can help her work through her assignments.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Christopher in Los Angeles, CA
The student and I covered least squares regression analysis for correlation assessment of sample data. We worked on Excel spreadsheet templates to set up regression analyses. We studied the use of confidence intervals and hypothesis tests for small sample data using T-Test to provide additional evidence for correlation.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Michael in Los Angeles, CA
The student and I reviewed mean, median, mode, variance, and standard deviation. We covered samples vs populations, and the difference between each situation. We then applied our definition of mean and standard deviation to problems, and used the 68-95-99.7 rule to understand the bell curve. Then we solved for z-scores, and reviewed the concept of using z-score tables.
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Statistics Tutoring review by Cole in Los Angeles, CA
The student and I started out reviewing expected value and standard deviation. We went over how to interpret word problems correctly and figure out what the question is looking for. We then worked with the z table and how it interacted with expected value and standard deviation. His understanding of the concepts increased steadily as we worked on more problems and he feels much more comfortable with the topics. We will be meeting again next week to work on his upcoming homework assignment and continue to review these topics along with whatever comes next in his class.
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