Math News: Math student from Nanyang Technological University detects OAuth, OpenID security vulnerability

Is it safe to log in through well known sites such as Facebook and Google? Think again, for Wang Jing, a PhD student in mathematics at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, has detected critical security vulnerabilities in the OAuth, OpenID security protocols. (Source: http://phys.org/news/2014-05-math-student-oauth-openid-vulnerability.html) [Second article in the list below]

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Unique Math Learning Center Opens in Lake Forest: Local After-School Program to Provide
Chicago Tribune
Mathnasium – The Math Learning Center opened its doors in Lake Forest in March to students looking for math help and math enrichment. The new …
Math student detects OAuth, OpenID security vulnerability
Phys.Org
(Phys.org) —To get right to the point, a doctoral candidate in math has discovered two holes in OAuth and OpenID that could leak data and redirect …
A math lesson for city: Teachers’ contract likely to cost billions
SILive.com
Mayor Bill de Blasio, who visited Staten Island Wednesday evening to speak at an SIEDC cocktail reception at the Hilton Garden Inn, has cleared his …
Math error halts Bank of America’s stock buy back and dividend increase
UPI.com
WILMINGTON, Del., April 28 (UPI) — Bank of America has had to halt its proposed stock buy back and dividend increase because of a math error in its …
Philadelphia girl makes math a game – and excels
Philly.com
Josephine Nyugen, a sixth-grader at St. Cecelia, right, with her father, Joseph, left, plays the math game ‘Into the Vortex’ on the First in Math website.
Math for public works borrowing bill proves tough
St. Cloud Times
Lawmakers from the Minnesota House Capital Investment Committee look around the prison yard near the loading dock inside the Minnesota …
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt takes Go Math! Academy into the home market
Boston Globe
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, a Boston-based education company, developed the program for students in kindergarten to sixth grade to learn basic math …
Steve Ballmer’s math on Apple innovation doesn’t add up
ZDNet
His math of Apple innovation appears lacking to this longtime Mac user. Let me add a few more of his “tricks” to the list: The Apple II platform. Ballmer …
Math class helps special needs student try to win a wheelchair van
KOB.com
There’s a lot more going on than just addition and subtraction in Mr. Green’s math class. “We just want to help out this family,” Said Cody Green.
Budget math takes a U-turn: Christie blames federal tax law that brought windfall last year
NorthJersey.com
The same federal tax policy that Governor Christie is now blaming for New Jersey’s $807 million budget shortfall helped save his budget last year …

Education News Update

The Straits Times holds its first Education Forum on Sunday
Straits Times
The Straits Times’ first Education Forum on May 4, 2014, held at the Singapore Management University’s Mochtar Riady Auditorium. — ST PHOTO: …
All 300 places at The Straits Times’ first education forum this Sunday taken up
Straits Times
Mr David Hoe, an undergraduate at the National University of Singapore (NUS), is one of the speakers at the inaugural The Straits Times Education …
Many turn up at E Plus International Education fair
The Hindu
The aspirants evinced keen interest in countries like Holland, Singapore, New … Official boards of all the countries presented seminars on education …
Tuition and divorce
The Independent Singapore News
In September 2013, The Independent Singapore reported on Senior Minister of State for Education Ms Indranee Rajah’s observation on the perceived …
NS committee may propose changes to IPPT management
TODAYonline
SINGAPORE — Suggestions to improve the management of the Individual … Veterans’ League, which was founded to promote National Education.
Should India Embrace Socialism, Singapore Style?
Businessinsider India
This is because the Singapore government only borrows to develop a … What offers a ray of hope to Indian educators is that Singapore’s education …
How does one of the top-performing countries in the world think about technology?
The Hechinger Report
SINGAPORE—Forty students in bright yellow shirts hunched over their … Investments in education technology have been a key part of Singapore’s …
Why Indonesian education is in crisis
Jakarta Post
Does anyone seriously believe “education” in Indonesia is on par with the west, or even Asian countries like Japan, Korea or Singapore? Ask the …
Are you getting a little crazy in your classroom?
T.H.E. Journal
We have asked Dr. Zachary Walker, an assistant professor at the National Institute of Education, Singapore, an American who is traveling the world …
GEMS Education eyes expansion in the region
Business Times (subscription)
GEMS Education, the world’s largest operator of private schools, aims to … from kindergarten to pre-university, will open in Singapore later this year.

Riemann Hypothesis Proof

Latest News: Riemann Hypothesis Proved?

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1402.5952

Recently, I saw on Arxiv (an online Math journal) that a professor from South-China Normal University, Mingchun Xu, has proved the notoriously difficult Riemann Hypothesis.

Quote: “By using a theorem of Hurwitz for the analytic functions and a theorem due to T.J.Stieltjes and I. Schur, the Riemann Hypothesis has been proved considering the alternating Riemann zeta function. “

His paper can be downloaded here: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1402.5952v2

More verification is needed to check if it is indeed a proof.


What is the Riemann Hypothesis about? Watch this Youtube Video:


Featured book:

Prime Obsession: Bernhard Riemann and the Greatest Unsolved Problem in Mathematics

In 1859, Bernhard Riemann, a little-known thirty-two year old mathematician, made a hypothesis while presenting a paper to the Berlin Academy titled  “On the Number of Prime Numbers Less Than a Given Quantity.”  Today, after 150 years of careful research and exhaustive study, the Riemann Hyphothesis remains unsolved, with a one-million-dollar prize earmarked for the first person to conquer it.

Rated: 4.5 stars on Amazon

How to get Pi on Calculator – Without pressing the Pi Button

5 Ways to get Pi on Calculator without pressing the Pi button:

1) 22/7

22/7 is not an exact value for Pi, but it is a pretty good approximation. 22/7=3.142857143… has just a percentage error of 0.04% compared to the actual value of Pi!

Percentage error is calculated by: \displaystyle\frac{22/7-\pi}{\pi}\times 100\%=0.04\%

2) 355/113

355/113 is an even better approximation for Pi. 355/113=3.14159292… has merely a percentage error of 0.000008%! This is incredibly accurate for a “relatively” simple fraction like 355/113. 355/113 has a cool Chinese name called “Milü密率, given by the ancient Chinese Mathematician astronomer Zǔ Chōngzhī (祖沖之) who discovered it.

3) 3.14

Using the simple and straightforward 3.14 (0.05% error) may be sufficient for everyday purposes. 🙂

4) 2\sin^{-1}(1) or 2 arcsin(1) (Radian Mode)

This relies on the fact that \sin^{-1}(1)=\pi /2.

5) \lim_{n\to\infty}{n\sin(180^\circ/n)}

We can let n=180 for convenience, and get {180\sin(1^\circ)\approx 3.14143}. This is a pretty decent approximation for \pi, with just 0.005% error. The approximation gets better as n gets larger.


Featured Book:

Pi: A Biography of the World’s Most Mysterious Number

We all learned that the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter is called pi and that the value of this algebraic symbol is roughly 3.14. What we weren’t told, though, is that behind this seemingly mundane fact is a world of mystery, which has fascinated mathematicians from ancient times to the present. Simply put, pi is weird.

 

 

How to become better at Math?

 

Source: http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/766657/becoming-better-at-math?newsletter=1&nlcode=97485%7cd140

How can I become excellent at math? It really interests me but when I fail I become demotivated and begin to give up.

EDIT: Could anyone suggest books for someone with a math education that just barely touches on high-school Algebra (got into parabolas, rationalizing, some graphing and functions). This is what I am currently doing: attending high school as a Junior.

Read the answers given by experts at Math Stackexchange!

Some gems of wisdom:

Researchers have shown it takes about ten years to develop expertise in any of a wide variety of areas, including chess playing, music composition, telegraph operation, painting, piano playing, swimming, tennis, and research in neuropsychology and topology.

The key is deliberative practice: not just doing it again and again, but challenging yourself with a task that is just beyond your current ability, trying it, analyzing your performance while and after doing it, and correcting any mistakes. Then repeat. And repeat again.

All the best in your math studies!


Featured book:

Men of Mathematics (Touchstone Book)

Here is the classic, much-read introduction to the craft and history of mathematics by E.T. Bell, a leading figure in mathematics in America for half a century. Men of Mathematics accessibly explains the major mathematics, from the geometry of the Greeks through Newton’s calculus and on to the laws of probability, symbolic logic, and the fourth dimension. In addition, the book goes beyond pure mathematics to present a series of engrossing biographies of the great mathematicians — an extraordinary number of whom lived bizarre or unusual lives. Finally, Men of Mathematics is also a history of ideas, tracing the majestic development of mathematical thought from ancient times to the twentieth century. This enduring work’s clear, often humorous way of dealing with complex ideas makes it an ideal book for the non-mathematician.

Maclaurin Series Informal Proof

Most students will encounter the Maclaurin Series (also known as the Taylor’s Series centered at zero) when they are studying JC H2 or College Maths. The formula looks pretty intimidating at the start:

\displaystyle \boxed{f(x)=f(0)+xf'(0)+\frac{x^2}{2!}f''(0)+\cdots+\frac{x^n}{n!}f^{(n)}(0)+\cdots}

How on earth does one come up with that formula?

However, it turns out it is not that hard to prove the Maclaurin Series informally, or at least to derive the above formula. (The hard part is related to rigorous proof of convergence, etc.)

The idea is to approximate a function by a power series (a kind of infinite polynomial) and then find out what are the coefficients.

So, we assume we can write the function as such:

\boxed{f(x)=f_0+xf_1+x^2f_2+x^3f_3+\cdots+x^nf_n+\cdots\;(\dagger)}, where f_i are the coefficients of the polynomial (to be determined).

We also assume that the above equation holds for all x.

Then, letting x=0, we get f(0)=f_0. We have just found the first coefficient!

Next, we differentiate the equation (\dagger) to get:

f'(x)=f_1+2xf_2+3x^2f_3+\cdots+nx^{n-1}f_n+\cdots

Letting x=0 again, we get: f'(0)=f_1.

Now, differentiating the above equation one more time gives us:

f''(x)=2f_2+6xf_3+\cdots+n(n-1)x^{n-2}f_n+\cdots

Letting x=0 gives \displaystyle f_2=\frac{f''(0)}{2}.

Keep on differentiating, and we will see that \displaystyle f_n=\frac{f^{(n)}(0)}{n!}.

This is how we get the Maclaurin Series: 🙂

\displaystyle \boxed{f(x)=f(0)+xf'(0)+\frac{x^2}{2!}f''(0)+\cdots+\frac{x^n}{n!}f^{(n)}(0)+\cdots}


Excellent Video by Khan Academy



Calculus

Interested to learn more about Calculus? After reading this thick book about Calculus, you will probably know more Calculus than Isaac Newton himself!

 

SG Education News: Even Saudis are learning Singapore way of Teaching

Saudis learning the Singapore way of teaching
Straits Times
Since last October, the National Institute of Education (NIE) has taken leadership trainers from the kingdom under its wing, training them in curriculum …
All 300 places at The Straits Times’ first education forum this Sunday taken up
Straits Times
Mr David Hoe, an undergraduate at the National University of Singapore (NUS), is one of the speakers at the inaugural The Straits Times Education …
Singapore Plows Ahead of US With Tech in Schools
NBCNews.com
In the late 1990s, the Singapore Ministry of Education unveiled its master plan for technology. The first phase was spent building up infrastructure and …
Govt mulls more recognition for NSmen in housing, health, education
Channel News Asia
SINGAPORE: More recognition could be given to National Servicemen (NSmen) in areas such as housing, healthcare and education. Defence …
Singapore to beef up nuclear technology expertise
Channel News Asia
Singapore is beefing up its nuclear technology expertise with a newly-announced programme. The 10-year Nuclear Safety Research and Education …
Many turn up at E Plus International Education fair
The Hindu
The aspirants evinced keen interest in countries like Holland, Singapore, New … Official boards of all the countries presented seminars on education …
AWARE’s pushback on more benefits for NSmen ignites debate
TODAYonline
SINGAPORE — The Government’s plan to enhance housing, healthcare and education benefits for operationally ready national servicemen has …

Introduction to Ricci Flow & Poincare Conjecture

This is an interesting introduction to some extremely advanced Math: Ricci Flow & Poincare Conjecture!

Ricci Flow was used to finally crack the Poincaré Conjecture. It was devised by Richard Hamilton but famously employed by Grigori Perelman in his acclaimed proof. It is named after mathematician Gregorio Ricci-Curbastro.

In this video it is discussed by James Isenberg from the University of Oregon (filmed here at MSRI).


The famed Poincaré Conjecture – the only Millennium Problem cracked thus far.

Grigori Perelman’s paper: http://bit.ly/perelmanpaper

Math News April 28

Can Monkeys do advanced Math?

Read the below news for the answer and more!

Math wiz monkeys providing researchers with insights into human brain activity
Fox News
Monkeys trained to solve math problems are providing researchers with new insights into understanding a human learning disability in which children …
Math and Science Pay, But High Schoolers Care Less
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Math and science are the peas and carrots of the jobs market: great for a career future, but resolutely unpopular with the young. Even amid a relatively …
Math wrath in Pincher Creek?
Pincher Creek Echo
Protesters gather during a rally to support a petition calling for math curriculum reform at the Alberta Legislature Building in Edmonton, Alta., …
Monkey Math and Other Number-Crunching Critters
Discovery News
Rhesus monkeys are able to perform math at an advanced level, reports a study this week from Harvard Medical Medical school. The monkeys were …
Math department wins national award for exemplary program
The Williams record
According to Susan Loepp, professor of mathematics, the College’s department is unique in several regards. “Everyone likes math even if they don’t …
From math failure to savant: How a mugging made a numbers whiz
CTV News
Padgett describes the brutal bar attack and his subsequent transformation into a math savant in his new book, Struck by Genius: How a Brain Injury …

E Maths List of Formulae to Memorize (Not in Formula List)

Here is a compilation of the Formulas needed in GCSE O Levels E Maths Exam.

Includes Formulae on Algebra and Numbers, Geometry and Measurement, Statistics and more!

Check it out at https://mathtuition88.com/math-notes-worksheets-sale/

Students in my Maths Tuition class will be taught how to memorize the formulae with understanding, and how to apply them correctly!

Keep calm, and all the best for your mid-year exams.

Finding E Maths or A Maths Difficult?

Are you finding Elementary Maths (E Maths) or Additional Maths (A Maths) Difficult?

Do not be discouraged if you find E Maths or A Maths difficult. The main reason why you are finding it to be difficult is that it is new. You have not gotten enough exposure to the type of questions asked. It is like learning to ride a bicycle, at the start it is difficult and you may even fall down. But after you have mastered riding the bicycle, you will be able to ride as fast as you wish. You need to get over the initial difficulty of learning in order to master the art of riding the bicycle.

At our Group Tuition at Bishan, we constantly practice actual exam questions, be it on Trigonometry, Differentiation or Integration (A Maths), or Vectors, Matrices and Probability (E Maths). We learn different methods to check and do the questions. You will find out, at last, that once you master the art of solving O Level questions, all the O Level questions are just repackaging the same questions in different forms. Once you know how to do one question, you will know how to do all similar questions. Expanding your repertoire of questions you know will enable you to get that coveted “A”. Constant practice, as opposed to cramming one month before the O Levels, is absolutely necessary to avoid panic and to consolidate our Mathematical memory.

Some Math formulas like the quotient rule, \displaystyle\frac{d}{dx}(\frac{u}{v})=\frac{v\frac{du}{dx}-u\frac{dv}{dx}}{v^2}, you will automatically memorize it once you have done enough practice.

In the end, you may even find that E Maths or A Maths is easy!


Motivational Story to motivate you

(Source: http://www.indianchild.com/inspiring_stories.htm)

THE OBSTACLE IN OUR PATH
In ancient times, a king had a boulder placed on a roadway. Then he hid himself and watched to see if anyone would remove the huge rock. Some of the king’s wealthiest merchants and courtiers came by and simply walked around it.

Many loudly blamed the king for not keeping the roads clear, but none did anything about getting the big stone out of the way. Then a peasant came along carrying a load of vegetables. On approaching the boulder, the peasant laid down his burden and tried to move the stone to the side of the road. After much pushing and straining, he finally succeeded. As the peasant picked up his load of vegetables, he noticed a purse lying in the road where the boulder had been. The purse contained many gold coins and a note from the king indicating that the gold was for the person who removed the boulder from the roadway. The peasant learned what many others never understand.

Every obstacle presents an opportunity to improve one’s condition.


Chinese Version

石头的故事

从前有一个国王,他故意派人搬来一块大石头放在道路中间。然后这个国王躲在旁边静静地观察,想知道是否会有人过来把这块大石头搬走。有几个富有的商人经过这块石头,只是直接绕过它。之后又来了几个人,他们只是埋怨国王居然没有找人来清理道路,然后仍然是绕过这块巨石走掉了。又过了一会,一个农夫经过这里,他身上背着沉甸甸的蔬菜。走到巨石的前面,把身上背的蔬菜放下,然后试着去把这块巨大的石头移到道路的旁边。农夫竭尽全力去推那块巨石,终于成功得把石头推到道路的一侧。农夫背起蔬菜准备继续赶路,却发现石头原来所在的地方下面有一个袋子。农夫好奇得打开袋子,里面有许多金币还有一个纸条。纸条是国王留下的,原来金币是用来奖励移走石头的人。
这个小故事讲述了一个简单的道理:困境也有可能是机会。遇到困难的时候,有些人会像商人那样,直接选择放弃。有些人会像那几个埋怨者,只会抱怨却不想着付出行动来改变现状。很少人会像故事中的农夫那样选择迎难而上。然而,最终收获最多的往往就是这部分迎难而上的人。
平常生活中和工作中也是这样,遇到问题,首先要不抛弃不放弃,积极寻求解决方法。无休止的抱怨只会白白错失机会,抱怨多了,好运气也会绕道而行。在困境中寻找机会方法,在挫折中吸取经验教训,那么就会很容易走出困境了,说不定还会有意外的收获哦!

Math Teachers at Play (MTaP) Blog Carnival: Top Math Blog Posts!

This is the 73rd Edition of the Math Teachers at Play (MTaP) blog carnival!

Some interesting facts about 73 from Wikipedia!:

  • Seventy-three is the 21st prime number. The previous is seventy-one, with which it comprises the 8th twin prime. It is also a permutable prime with thirty-seven. 73 is a star number.
  • 73 is the largest minimal Primitive root in the first 100000 primes. In other words, if p is one of the first 100000 primes, then at least one of the primes 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, …, 73 is a primitive root modulo p.
  • 73 is the smallest prime congruent to 1 modulo 24.
  • 73 is an emirp, meaning that the reverse of 73, that is, 37, is also a prime number. Interestingly, 73 is also the 21st prime number while 37 is the 12th prime number.

  • Want to find 73 in other bases? Check out the Base Converter: Convert any number into any base!
  • Which animal is year 1973 in the Chinese Zodiac? Check out this post on the Mathematics of Chinese Zodiac!

Check out the following awesome blogs!

  • Math Strategies
    There is such an emphasis on learning math facts that our children do not spend enough time learning strategies that will help them solve math problems. Read about two types of strategies for solving math problems—working left to right and regrouping into what you know.
    – Crystal Wagner
  • Nim Games
    This is a game that is generally used to show how math can be involved in game play. I explain the rules of the game as well as the mathematical strategy involved. There is also a script where users can compete against the computer
    – Aftermath
  • Show That Questions
    This is a post around the questions that crop up in maths exams where students have to show something. I wrote it after I was surprised to hear some students hate it!
    The Straight Lines Debate
    This is a post exploring the benefits of the different methods of calculating straight lines.
    – Stephen Cavadino
  • Day 85 – Related Rates
    Two separate trucks carrying a very long wind turbine blade need to turn the corner. Describe how their speeds vary throughout the turn. The blog is dedicated to these types of discussion starters, at all levels.
    – Curmudgeon
  • The missing $1 puzzle and more
    You can read about that at the actual page it points to, http://www.homeschoolmath.net/online/favorite_challenging_puzzles.php
    : )
    – Maria
  • Eggs in the Basket Review Game
    This review game can be adapted to almost any level and any topic, yet it consistently provides a really effective way to review Algebra content.  It is a great way to review a lot of problems and have students work collaboratively while having fun – I just love hearing them explain their thought process to teammates when playing the game 🙂  With Easter almost here I thought it would be a good post to submit!
    – Mary Williams
  • Decimals in a One Frame
    Inspired by Chris Hunter’s blog post about decimals on a ten frame, I thought it would be a great opening number talk for my decimal unit to see where my students were before starting our decimal journey.
    – Kristin @MathMinds
  • Counting Basics
    – Bhaskar Lakshman
  • Circle Grid Designs
    This post is part of a series of geometrical design activities in which shapes and patterns were found in grids constructed based on circles.
    – Julie
  • Ten Sticks to Make, Count With, and Play a Game With
    Ten sticks created from common items can be just as much fun to make as well as to be used for counting by ones and tens  AND to play a game with.
    – Margo Gentile
  • Why I Always Lead with the Punchline
    I wrote this after reading another blog about how listing objectives for the day takes the punchline out of the math class.  This blog just about my thoughts on sharing the learning objectives for the entire unit with students on the first day.
    – Brooke Powers
  • My Nemesis Maths
    This post is about my journey as a teacher, trying to make maths relevant and enjoyable to all students when I myself had issues with enjoying maths as a student.
    – Danielle Myburgh
  • Quotable: Focus on Being Silent
    The best way for children to build mathematical fluency is through conversation, especially one-on-one conversation with interested adults. Check out these ideas to encourage discussion-based math.
    – Denise Gaskins
  • 2048 Free Strategy Guide
    Stuck at playing the popular and addictive Math game 2048? Do not worry, for after reading this Strategy Guide, your chance of winning will increase tremendously!

Math Teachers at Play is a traveling blog carnival. It moves around from month to month but its home base is http://letsplaymath.net/mtap/. From there you can visit the archives, submit your blog post for inclusion in a future edition, and volunteer to host the site. You can also check out the Carnival of Mathematics.  Thanks for visiting!


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Start Maths Revision Early for the Best Results!

O Level Group Tuition @ Bishan starting in 2014!

Maths is a subject that requires students to start revision / practice early!

It needs consistent practice and last minute studying is not going to work well!

Many students have the wrong concept that they can start practising questions one or two months before the O Levels. The problem is, without constant practice, the questions from the Ten Year Series would be too difficult for students to even begin attempting the questions! This is especially true for Additional Mathematics. This leads to panic and is not the desired study strategy. This is the main reason why it is possible to score very low (less than 20 marks out of 100) in Maths, if the student does not have solid foundation or has lack of practice. To avoid this scenario, start practicing and revising Maths now! Many students already start studying / learning in advance during the December holidays. January is still a good time to start! As the Chinese proverb states: “一年之计在于春一日之计在于晨”, the best time to begin planning for a task is in Spring.

Also, the current O Level Maths is not like the O Level of the past! Due to higher education standards nowadays, and competition from foreigners (especially China students whose pet subjects are Maths and Chinese), the bell curve for E Maths has shifted very very high. Rumours have it that 90 marks is necessary for a guaranteed A1 in E Maths.

On the bright side, it is very possible to improve in Maths with practice. Look at the Mathematics questions in O Levels, one long question is around 10 marks. Answering that one question correctly will already boost your score by 10 marks. (2 grades). Answering two long questions correctly will boost score by a whopping 20 marks!

Hesitate no longer! Start revising for your Maths now!

O Level Group Tuition @ Bishan starting in 2014!

Singapore O Level Group Tuition Bishan

O Level E Maths and A Maths Tuition starting next year at Bishan ————————– View Mr Wu’s GEP Testimonial at https://mathtuition88.com/group-tuition/

Despite being in the Gifted Education Programme (GEP), Mr Wu is just an ordinary Singaporean. His secret to academic success is hard work and the Maths Techniques he has discovered by himself while navigating through the education system.

He would like to teach these techniques to students, hence choosing to become a full-time Mathematics tutor. Mr Wu has developed his own methods to check the answer, remember formulas (with understanding), which has helped a lot of students. Many Math questions can be checked easily, leading to the student being 100% confident of his or her answer even before the teacher marks his answer, and reducing the rates of careless mistakes.

Mr Wu’s friendly and humble nature makes him well-liked by students. Many of his students actually request for tuition by themselves! (not the parents) His students also look forward to tuition, instead of dreading tuition.

O Level E Maths and A Maths Tuition starting next year at Bishan, the best location in Central Singapore.

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Small Group Maths Tuition at Bishan (O Level E Maths and A Maths)

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Past students have gone from fail to top in class! Mr Wu is a good mentor, and elder brother to two medical students (one studying in Monash University, Australia, another studying in NUS)

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O Level E Maths and A Maths Tuition starting next year at Bishan

O Level E Maths and A Maths Tuition starting next year at Bishan
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Despite being in the Gifted Education Programme (GEP), Mr Wu is just an ordinary Singaporean. His secret to academic success is hard work and the Maths Techniques he has discovered by himself while navigating through the education system.

He would like to teach these techniques to students, hence choosing to become a full-time Mathematics tutor. Mr Wu has developed his own methods to check the answer, remember formulas (with understanding), which has helped a lot of students. Many Math questions can be checked easily, leading to the student being 100% confident of his or her answer even before the teacher marks his answer, and reducing the rates of careless mistakes.

Mr Wu’s friendly and humble nature makes him well-liked by students. Many of his students actually request for tuition by themselves! (not the parents) His students also look forward to tuition, instead of dreading tuition.

O Level E Maths and A Maths Tuition starting next year at Bishan, the best location in Central Singapore.

Timings are Monday 7-9pm, Thursday 7-9pm. Perfect for students who have CCA in the afternoon, or students who want to keep their weekends free.

Register with us now by email (mathtuition88@gmail.com). Vacancies will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Thanks and wishing all a nice day.

O Level E Maths and A Maths Tuition @ Bishan by Patient Tutor, NUS 1st Class Honours, Ex-RI (GEP)

Maths Tuition @ Bishan by Patient Tutor, NUS 1st Class Honours, Ex-RI (GEP)
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https://mathtuition88.com/group-tuition/

Location: Block 230 Bishan Street 23 #B1-35 S(570230)

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*Small Group Maths Tuition available in 2014 — Registration/enquiries open now*

Website: https://mathtuition88.com/

Patient and Dedicated Maths Tutor available for Maths Tuition
(NUS Maths Major 1st Class Honours, Dean’s List, RI Alumni)

Subjects for tuition:
•O level (Secondary): E Maths, A Maths

Tutor is patient, experienced and qualified. (from Raffles Institution (GEP), NUS Mathematics Dean’s List)

Please email us at mathtuition88@gmail.com for more details.

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