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Jared R

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Math Expert And SAT Instructor

$50/hr

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Jared, founder of The Knowledge Roundtable, is passionate about the advancement of knowledge. He has a B.S. in astronomy and physics from UMass and an MBA in Advanced Financial Analytics, also from UMass. He has a day job as a Data Scientist in Boston.

He has over 500 hours of tutoring experience in everything from algebra to writing. He taught our SAT prep group courses for two years in NH, and before that developed educational content for math, stats, and finance textbooks for two years. His teaching style is hands-on with a focus on problem-solving and critical thinking.

Education

B.S. Astronomy, Physics, Math UMass Amherst; MBA, UMass Amherst

Subjects of Expertise

SAT Math, SAT Reading, SAT Writing, ACT Math, ACT Reading, ACT English, ACT Science, SSAT, PSAT, GRE Math, GRE Verbal, GMAT Math, GMAT Verbal, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Astronomy, Physical Science, Writing, Reading, Grammar, Vocabulary, Pre-Calculus, ADD/ADHD

56 Tutorials by Jared R

They’re over There, and Their Grammar, I swear!

Do YOU know the difference between they’re, their, and there, and whether these homophones are used correctly in written communication? It may seem like a silly question, but when I open a letter, a document, or even a newspaper, I often find the misuse of these three simple words, words that sound the same, but…

Order of Operations

Here we will be discussing the topic of “Order of Operations.” Many math students find simplifying an expression to be daunting at first because they do not know which steps to take as there appears to be multiple options. To clarify, the order of operations is ALWAYS: P: Parenthesis E: Exponents M: Multiplication D: Division…

What is Really Going on in Mitosis and Meiosis?

Mitosis and meiosis are processes repeatedly visited in biology, and both are important for understanding Mendelian inheritance patterns. These two processes are made up of four basic stages – prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase. It may be simple enough to memorize these names, but what really matters is understanding what happens to the chromosomes in…

Decoding Pedigrees Made Easy!

At first, pedigree charts may appear both challenging and time-consuming to decipher. However, knowing a few simple rules about them makes interpreting them much easier! Pedigrees are records of mating over generations. They are often used to help identify the chances that a couple will pass a condition on to their children. They can also…

Derivatives and Integrals

Fine a derivative and an integral that are the same.

La importancia del uso de los signos de puntuación

Los signos de puntuación son muy importantes al escribir. A través de ellos damos a la expresión escrita la entonación adecuada según la intención del que escribe. Además, estos signos establecen las pausas necesarias para poder leer y para poder entender con claridad lo que otros han escrito. El uso incorrecto de los signos de…

Mental Math Addition

Mental math is a valuable tool that can save you time during a test. With some simple tricks and practice, this is a skill you can acquire.

Introduction to Accounting Part 1: Transactions

Accounting is recording transactions and summarizing data. A company has assets (like cash, inventory, patents, buildings, investments) that provide future benefits. The total value of the assets is made up of equity (money the company made or money owners put in) as well as liabilities (money the company borrowed). The accounting equation is assets=liabilities+equity: what…

Introduction to Complex Numbers

Consider the equation x^2=-1. Since squaring any number is 0 or larger, no real number will make this equation true. Create a number i such that i^2=-1. By “adding” i to the real numbers, the complex numbers (having the form a+bi where a and b are real numbers) are created. Visually represent a point a+bi…

What is Light? – Part 1

When we first learn about light, we see very simply the world is either light or dark. There is day and night and there are little switches on walls that turn indoor light on or off. Soon, we learn that the Sun is the source of all natural light and things quickly become more complicated.…

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