The Common Denominator: You got questions, I got answers.

Albert Einstein once said, "...any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius -- and a lot of courage -- to move in the opposite direction." When it comes to teaching traditional math, this blog moves in the opposite direction. Parents, students, and community leaders now have at its disposal a comprehensive mathematical composition that is less complex and less violent and yet consist of a body of work that is reflective of my career as a soldier, scholar, software engineer, and entrepreneur.

There are three suggestions that will enable you to use this blog effectively. First, subscribe to this blog. Go to the section on the left side under my profile “About Me,” and you will see a section called “Subscribe To Tailor Made,” click on "Posts." In the drop down menu, you will have different options to choose. Most people use Google or Yahoo, but please feel free to choose the one you are most familiar with. Secondly, follow me. There is a section just below the “Subscribe To Tailor Made” section that says “Follow,” click the button and follow the instructions. Finally, ask questions early and often. Since this service is offered FREE, you do not have to worry about incurring a cost every time you visit this blog, have questions or need assistance. In fact, the more questions you asked the better it benefits everyone.

Most of the time when someone has enough courage to ask a question, it turns out that many others often have the same one. Therefore, by asking questions or making comments, the solutions typically benefit that whole. Everybody wins! Here is how it works. Basically, when you submit a question via this blog, I will receive an immediate email. I will parse the question and look for key issues that are historical associated with that particular problem. Finally, I will put together a 3 to 5 minute video in response to the question. As a subscriber, you will get an immediate notification that I have posted to my blog and the person that submitted the question will visit this blog and review the video. The video is made available to review over and over, until they are comfortable with the subject area. Take a look at one of my videos listed here and subscribe today.

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