This book is for young students Gifted or Advanced in math.
This covers equations indicating ellipses, that is, equations for ellipses,
what an ellipse or the equation is about, how it gets made, what it does, how it works,
and what we can do with it or how to use it.
So you will get the idea of ellipse, that is, the concept, and get to see how to work with it,
because the book explains, through examples, many equations for ellipses, how they get
made and how they work, along with their nature.
And this book is particularly for those students who want to study calculus later or now
in university level, and want to be science or engineering majors. And some sample
pages are at: http://www.runmath.com/ExcerptFromCncs4SeongKim.pdf
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About the Author
More importantly, doing a lot about math education, and trying to do much more
So I enjoy helping students with math, and always find myself having lots of fun developing content in math education, and coming up with those contents that do help students get the concepts of math objects, and improve their skills, particularly in algebra and geometry, so that they can get solutions properly and fast enough. And more importantly, I enjoy watching students growing their interest and confidence in math as they make achievement learning and doing math.
Math educational career of over 20 years.
Working for students with various academic strengths and in various learning levels
Implementing forward thinking processes
Dedicated to student's math education and interaction with the parents or guardians.
Ample experience in writing math books, providing instructions and training solutions which not only enhance the math skills and senses but promote and grow confidence in math
Specialized in Developmental or Remedial and Special Math Education:
· Developing and producing examples so that the students can take STEPS to get the ideas.
· Showing students the examples so that they can come up with THEIRS and can approach the concept of the math object or math ideas as numbers, ratios, rates, powers or exponents, equations, formulas or identities, graphs, angles, lines, polygons, etc.
· Encouraging or inducing the students to produce examples so that they can speed up or find other ways getting the solutions to the problems with the math objects they are learning, and they can grow CONFIDENCE and INTEREST.
· Helping them thus, get to see THEMSELVES what they are learning, what it is about, how it gets made, how it works, and what they can do about it or with it.
In short, students can get the meanings of math items they learn, and grow their math so that they can work with or use them PROPERLY and can get solutions FAST ENOUGH.
M.S. Math. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
B.S. Math. Michigan Tech. Univ.