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...I've branched out with additional specialized subjects including, but not limited to Corporate Finance, Derivatives, Portfolio Management and Statistics. Some of these classes can be intimidating and confusing for students. My goal is to simplify the material, making it easier to understand and if necessary improve your **math** skills and business foundation.

...I am very experienced and have consistently tutored full-time for over 8 years and have logged over 9,412 hours to date. In school, many teachers just don't have the time or patience to work with the students to really explain trigonometry. I totally explain how the Unit Circle works with many examples.

...I provide many universal tips and tricks for this section that I explicate fully and that my students and I practice. I allow my students to encounter the reasons for these tricks organically while we study, which I find to be the best method to ensure that students absorb and retain them. For example, one of my tips is: if there is any way an answer can be wrong, it is wrong.

...I have taught Japanese at UC Berkeley, UCLA, UCLA Extension, UC Riverside and Michigan Center in Japan. In addition I have also taught "Business Japanese" and "Japanese Business Etiquette" at various companies in Los Angeles. My passion is cooking, traveling, and taking pictures.

...I enjoy **math** and I have many different ways to approach difficult subjects. I am NOT big on memorizing formulas, although there are a few that DO need to be memorized. I try to approach **math** from a logical perspective so that the formulas and functions make sense.

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