Hello! I’m Anna.

Hello, I’m Anna and I like teaching math.

I’m a junior at The King’s College studying Business Administration. I live in New Jersey and go to school in NYC. I am the faculty assistant for my college’s math department, which means I grade quizzes and tutor students. I’ve helped with College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus I, and Finite Math for Business. Helping students understand math and get excited about it is one of the most rewarding things I’ve done. I love math and I want to help you understand it. And it’d be pretty cool if I could get you to love math too.

I believe that math exists, whether we discover it or not. I don’t believe that math is an invention. I believe that math that is invented is wrong and I believe that correct mathematical principles are simple compared to the vastness of the world that they describe. I believe that math and art are inseperable – there is art in every mathematical idea and there is math in every artistic creation.

It is a fact that there is math in the world around us, whether it exists merely by human invention or not. It would be a shame to discredit elegant explanations of the way the world works just because these explanations are described using numbers.

Anna Bennett - Me

That’s my face. My puppers’ name is Sadie. And the fishies’ names are Io (named after Jupiter’s largest moon) and Lester (Lester is a black moore. His name is Lester so I can say “Les is moore”). Sunflowers are my favorite flower because they are bright and bold and they make me smile (I also appreciate the math in them, but I liked them before I had heard of Fibonacci and before I understood e).