...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.
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...Most of the issues student's have with Trigonometry is not understanding the basic and fundamental definitions and once that is corrected, students have little difficulty. Both the ACT and SAT math sections of these exams are at times very tricky! They don't necessarily always test the prowess of math skills but more with understanding just what is being asked to do.
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...I believe, while quite rigorous and initially intimidating, an informed approach to the techniques of Calculus will, during instruction, reveal to students the amazing potency of this rich mathematical legacy. Geometry instruction for most students begins with strange objects like lines and triangles. Proofs often seem especially confusing.
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My name is John and I have been an educator in one capacity or another for almost all of my adult life. I first began to teach when I was a sophomore at UC Irvine in 2001. I was hired by The Princeton Review and I started teaching SAT preparation classes for the company.
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...I am an avid performer and teacher. I also took college-level music classes in theory, musicianship, and performance. Good study skills start with having a plan and strong organization.
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