"Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work."
- - Thomas Edison
"You see things; and you say 'Why?' But I dream things that never were; and I say 'Why not?'"
- - George Bernard Shaw
Studying Mathematics at BYU-Idaho
If you are one of my students, the links in the left margin of this page can help you find what you need. If you require something else, please don't hesitate to contact me directly (click on the "contacts" link, top right). If I don't have the information you want, I'll find a way for you or me to find it.
I have been teaching at BYU-Idaho since the fall semester of 2007. Here is the list of classes I have taught here so far:
FDMAT 108, Mathematical Tools for the Real World (on campus and online)
Math 109, Precalculus
Math 110, College Algebra
Math 111, Trigonometry
FDMAT 112, Calculus I
Math 113, Calculus II
Math 119, Business Calculus
Math 221, Business Statistics
Math 222, Biostats
Math 223, Statistics for Social Sciences
Math 205, Fundamentals of Number Theory
Math 206, Elementary Geometry
Math 340, Discrete Mathematics (scheduled for Fall 2013)