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...I am especially interested in emotion-based learning, and how to make learning more enjoyable and how to motivate students. I play ukulele, and I love using music in my classrooms. I encourage students to be enthusiastic and invested in their learning.

...Therefore, in Precalculus, students will be introduced to the important and basic mathematical concepts inquired before in algebra with deeper and higher details. They comprise, but not limited in, inequalities, equations, absolute values, and graphs of lines and circles. Students also focus on functions and their graphs.

...I tell my students the tricks to find the solution even if they don't know its solution, how to be smart enough to improve the numbers, etc. This is beginning of career path. To begin with, I give Practice Test to the student.

...Precalculus is really a grab-bag course, where each school decides what math topics you should see a bit more of before you leave (or move on to Calculus or Statistics). Each school has a different Precalculus curriculum, and I am able to help students with almost any topic that might be covered ...

...I also taught my peers in these subjects throughout high school and college. Therefore I believe I am more than qualified to these these subjects. Discrete mathematics is different from most advanced mathematics because it does not involve complex differential equations.

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