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...The challenge, in my opinion, is to get students to appreciate what they are learning. When I teach this subject, I try to come up with as many real-life uses for it as is possible and I also try to use mathematical software (Mathematica, Matlab) to show students some of the more technical nuanc...

...My main task is helping students with their homework and explain to them concepts that they found confusing in school. After students are done with their home work, I teach them the next section so they are more prepared in class. I currently tutor at QC Learning Center in Garden Grove and UCCampus.

...Where Linear Algebra enables one to start seeing the deep connections that exist among mathematical structures themselves, Differential Equations enables one to start seeing the deep connection between mathematics and the operation of the real world. In other words, one begins to finally underst...

...As part of my major, I studied discrete math. In addition, I've taken many in-depth courses on the various aspects, such as combinatorics, graph theory, and more. I like how a good discrete math course teaches both concrete concepts while still allowing for interesting puzzles and creative problem solving.

...I have worked with various students at organizing their time and efficiency to best yield their time wisely. This includes study habits, time management with extracurricular activities, and even day to day habits to assure they are doing everything they can to maximize their energy towards different subjects. I have played in quite a few poker tournaments in the past.

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