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...Radian measure of angles is presented, and the trigonometric functions are defined for arbitrary angles. The trigonometric functions are graphed, with a discussion of their amplitude, period and phase shift. Inverse trigonometric functions are introduced.

...They help me to better relate to students and create math fun math problems. I have tutored students in private and public schools in NYC and suburbs. My deep knowledge of math, my warm and enthusiastic approach to every student always lead to improved grades and test results as also to new appreciation of math.

...I have taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry, PreCalculus, and Calculus. I'm currently taking some time off because I had a baby and have relocated to Westchester, where I grew up. I graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) cum laude, and have a master's degree from Boston University.

...In order to solve a problem, we may need to break down problems into components, and tackle each component and add back to a solution. The problem solving process is intriguing, and I want more students to enjoy this process. I enjoyed tutoring math and Chinese in college, and I am good at communicating with students and helping them learn in an efficient way.

...My philosophy is that no two students learn math exactly the same way, and it is my job to determine how a student learns and how to utilize this process and make a student more efficient. I value the importance of WHY and not just HOW. Mathematics is a much easier subject when you know WHY you are doing something rather than simply memorizing the HOW to do it.

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