...But, a good teacher can throw in there some interesting problems to spice things up a little. For example, students often wonder what is all the fuss about inequalities. But once presented with a real-life simple problem like the one below, they often realize that actually inequalities are a relevant tool.
"Suppose you need to paint your house. (read more)
...Through my thoroughly practical study of philosophers like Heidegger, Barad, Spinoza, and Macintyre, and I have developed a strong ethical sense and foundation of character and a worldview that hinges existential value on the connections we have with others and the roles we play in different cont... (read more)
...I matriculated into the Doctoral Program in Mathematics at University of Illinois. My coursework includes the following: Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Analysis on the Real Line, Analysis in n-Space, Complex Analysis, Abs... (read more)
...I like how a good discrete math course teaches both concrete concepts while still allowing for interesting puzzles and creative problem solving. I majored in mathematics at Pomona College and received my BA in math. As part of my major, I studied linear algebra. (read more)
...I scored top 10% on SAT and even had an offer to purse an engineering degree at University of Massachusetts when I graduated from high school. Although I ended up getting a degree in a different field, my passion in teaching grew while I was in graduate school. For the past ten years, I have been teaching math to K through 8th grade students as a tutor. (read more)