Ed Braunhut writing on a chalkboard before the advent of the iPad Pro.
Ed Braunhut
(831) 479-6159
Room 707 or 716

MA in Pure Mathematics from UCSC. I've tutored and taught maths for over 28 years as well as developed php and AJAX applications for communicating mathematics via the web. The challenge of making real-time poly-directional text communication work on the web has been super fun but teaching and tutoring maths is immediate gratification. Latest interests: Financial Speculation modeling with derivatives using indicators and implied volatility via two modifications of the Black-Scholes formula to show that the study of math and the psychology behind math can have a direct impact on one's life irregardless of comfort level with math.

Spring 2024 Office Hours
Office hours in Room 707 and Pronto

Spring 2024 Office Hours From Jan 29 to May 25:

◉ Tuesday: 5:00 to 6:30PM (Room 707)

◉ Wednesday: 5:00 to 6:30PM (Room 707)

◉ Thursday: 5:00 to 6:30PM (Room 707)

For your convenience, there are several ways you can visit office hours:

1) Stop by RM707 during the hours listed above

2) Open Pronto and message me privately. We can chat without a wait. If needing help with a math problem, you can send picture of your work along with a picture of the problem.

If you need to contact me outside of office hours, please use Pronto rather than email. Pronto messaging for our class is available 24 hours after our Canvas Class is published. If you were a student in a math class from a previous term, you can still contact me in Pronto.

If you are not in one of my math classes and have never taken a math class with me, please contact me via email.

*Note: If new to Pronto, you will need to register quickly at https://accounts.pronto.io using the email address you have on file with Cabrillo. The email will tell Pronto to which classes you should be given access. Also note that not all instructors use Pronto…but I do... it is super fast communication, all communication between two people is consolidated in one place (unlike emails) and it’s super quick to send a pic of any problem you are stuck on.