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...I go over the math as well as purpose and application. There comes a point when the student internalizes the concept and is then able to adapt the formulas to their problems. I aim to reach this point with every student.

...I love to help students who struggle in various mathematics subjects. I have taught and tutored mathematics to all kinds of students from various backgrounds; some who have very little and some who have more mathematics skill. I try to be as clear as possible when explaining math concepts to a student.

...It's nice to go into an exam knowing that one can derive all those trig function values based on just two memorized facts. The key to studying for the SAT Math section is to get an SAT practice book and work on as many problems as possible. Those practice books contain the right mix of geometry, algebra, probability, etc.

...I worked a number of years as a data analyst and computer programmer and am well versed in communicating with people who have a variety of mathematical and technical skills.I have years of experience in discrete math. I took a number of courses in the subject. I've used the concepts during my years as a programmer and have tutored many students in the subject.

...My math grade is usually one of the top 10 from my class (usually we have 50 students in one class) since I was in elementary school. I did around 30 math questions daily and over 50 questions over the weekend so this kind of practice built a solid foundation in math for me. I taught my son math since he was in elementary school.

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