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...Unfortunately, the way math has been taught in our country has lead to math becoming this scary monster for a lot of students, rather than the fun tool that it truly is. Because of this, I not only work to help students with particular mathematical concepts but also to build their confidence in ...

...However, I became an electrical engineer after graduated the University of Maryland in this country about 13 years ago and I always apply math to my engineering projects. I love my work, I love math, and I love teaching. When I was attending college, I was a math tutor and lots of students wanted me tutoring them because I think I had lots of teaching math experiences.

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