Your second semester is so important to your transcript--you don't want to falter in any way. I resume tutoring to serious juniors and seniors on January 14, upon return from Asia. I'm a Stanford University Mathematics major who retired in 2014 after 15 years teaching math at Mesa Community College. I have extensive math tutoring experience in Arizona and California. Previously, I was a high school mathematics teacher in Pacific Palisades, California and Louisville, Kentucky. And my caree...
Fortran was the first higher level computer programming language, made available by IBM for the 704 computer in late 1957.
As a young employee of Lockheed Aircraft, I was in a position to write the first computer program using that language. Subsequently my pioneering experience was the basis for teaching Fortran to other computer programmers in the Math Analysis Department at Lockheed.
I authored a published book on Fortran programming in the CDC Lower 3000 Series computers at a time when that type of computer was in use throughout the California State College System.
I use Microsoft Word practically every day. With it, I write and maintain (edit) technical monographs, sample math tests and quizzes, and business communications.
I enjoy making my documents have a very professional appearance, and this contributes to my job satisfaction.
1. Normal distributions via use of probability table or normalcdf command on Texas Instruments calculator.
2. Poisson distributions via use of formulas or TI calculator.
3. Binomial distributions via use of formula or TI calculator.