...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. Company A offers to do the job for $1000 + $100/hour. Company B, instead, offers to do the job for $150/hour. (read more)
...What I love to teach the most is providing life-long understanding of concepts (with fun facts on life applications) and not simply pure memorizations. I do emphasize the importance of building a strong basic foundation as it's vital for learning advanced topics. A main part of my teaching styl... (read more)
...A part of my physics major included two years of chemistry. Passed top of my class, as well as scored top 7% in California during standardized testing for Chemistry in High School. Graduated with a degree in Astrophysics. (read more)
...I have gotten my Masters in physical science and a minor mathematics with coursework beyond Calculus. I have worked with various students at organizing their time and efficiency to best yield their time wisely. This includes study habits, time management with extracurricular activities, and eve... (read more)
...I am especially fond of Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus (which is basically a review of all math learned to that point, plus a little Calculus thrown in), although I am most experienced with Pre-Algebra and Algebra. And of course there is Geometry, Finite Math, Calculus (I only tutor Calculus 1, ... (read more)