That's right -- we've got three people running for lieutenant governor here in the Natural State. Two Republicans face off in the primaries on May 18 and the winner of that will face the loan Democrat in the race in the November elections.
Click here to visit FirstArkansasNews.net and hear interviews with Democrat Shane Broadway and Republicans Donnie Copeland and Mark Darr. No endorsements. No loaded questions. No nonsense. Just the candidates telling voters why they should be elected. Don't miss it, bub!
Statistics are important regardless of what you do for a living. I use them every day in my job as a public relations guy and used them extensively as a business reporter. What do all those earning reports from, say, trucking companies mean? How can a housing report be properly analyzed unless you know what the numbers tell you?
Statistics are important but they're not always taught terribly well (my knowledge of statistics came through forcing myself to learn about them). For folks who are a bit lost when it comes to statistics, there's statistics help available. And here's the good news -- a statistics tutor might cost less than you think.
That's right -- finding someone to provide those statistics problems and statistics questions and explain what the purpose of running through those exercises actually is can be found quickly through the Internet. What's more, you can do it all online and find a custom program set up for students in ages K-12 and college. Some online tutoring, indeed, might be just the thing for a student getting ready to go back to school for the year (or one who is between semesters) and needs a little help before entering the classroom.
Check it out, kids.