__Background Information__My name is Anthony Calise and I have been a teacher for Baltimore County Public Schools for the past 14 years as well as a Math Professor for the past 10 years at several different colleges. I have taught numerous courses from Basic Algebra all the way up to Advanced Statistics and Discrete Mathematics. I was the Academy of Engineering Coordinator at Lansdowne H.S as well as in charge of the Mathematics Team, Mathematics Club, and the Video Game/Design Club. I coached the Baseball and Golf teams at Lansdowne H.S for two years and I am currently teaching AP Statistics, Honors Statistics, Honors Geometry, Standard Geometry and Algebra I, at Owings Mills High School. I am also teaching several math/education classes at Towson University, CCBC Essex, and University of MD Nursing School during the evenings and on the weekends. My specialty is in Statistical Analysis and Discrete Mathematics, but I love teaching Geometry. I grew up in New York where I graduated from Bethpage High School in 1997, then moved to Maryland in order attend Towson University where I received Degrees in Mathematics & Mathematics Education. It is also where I met my wife Katie who I have been happily married to for the past 10 years. We have two beautiful daughters named Elizabeth and Olivia!

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There are three people applying for the same job. One is a mathematician, one a
statistician, and one an accountant.

The interviewing committee first calls in the mathematician. They say "we have only one question. What is 500 plus 500?" The mathematician, without hesitation, says "1000." The committee sends him out and calls in the statistician.

When the statistician comes in, they ask the same question. The statistician ponders the question for a moment, and then answers "1000... I'm 95% confident." He is then also thanked for his time and sent on his way.

When the accountant enters the room, he is asked the same question: "what is 500 plus 500?" The accountant replies, "what would you like it to be?"

They hire the accountant.

The interviewing committee first calls in the mathematician. They say "we have only one question. What is 500 plus 500?" The mathematician, without hesitation, says "1000." The committee sends him out and calls in the statistician.

When the statistician comes in, they ask the same question. The statistician ponders the question for a moment, and then answers "1000... I'm 95% confident." He is then also thanked for his time and sent on his way.

When the accountant enters the room, he is asked the same question: "what is 500 plus 500?" The accountant replies, "what would you like it to be?"

They hire the accountant.

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