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Tutor Experience

Tutors in the Math Support Center have varying areas of expertise. Here is a matrix of who can do what:

  Calc I
Name 111 112 191

Courses
111 112 191 293 213 221 222 231 294 192 171 105 106 223 224 293 304 311 413 econometrics statistics Try Me! probability real analysis linear algebra 332 384 413 451

-- DickFurnas - 07 Sep 2008

 
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