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Will travel 40 miles

$80 per hour.

4.97 188 ratings

Discrete math is a wide subcategory of mathematics which can include logic, set theory, combinatorics, graph theory, game theory, and other topics. I took several courses in these areas in high school and college and excelled in them. I can help students understand the concepts and construct mathematical proofs in these areas. I am available to tutor any area of mathematics: arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, linear algebra, differential equations, etc. I can also help with more advanced college-level topics. My experience with advanced mathematics gives me ins [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$30 per hour.

4.98 53 ratings

I have successful completion of Discrete Mathematics course with an A at Mount Saint Mary College. The course covered the following topics: combinations and permutations, spanning trees, binary addition, coding error, addition and subtraction principles, logic gates, etc. I graduated from Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, NY in May 2017 with a degree in Mathematics. I have an Associates degree from Dutchess Community College in Early Childhood Education: Birth-2/Elementary Education. I have worked as a tutor for the Mount. I also worked as a college level tutor for Dutchess Community Co [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.83 406 ratings

I majored in math in college and have experience with linear algebra, number theory and logic and could help a perspective student taking courses in this realm who might be involved with writing proofs of this nature. Discrete math involves the study any form of analytical math outside of the realm of continuous variables as one would see with function theory and the calculus. It is basically a subcategory which concerns logic, set theory, number theory, linear algebra, combinatorics, and sometimes discrete geometry. Courses in this subcategory of math are usually taken by computer scien [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.86 14 ratings

I actively tutor Discrete Mathematics for Empire State College, and have successfully helped 3 pass their courses already. Their class covers: introduction to logic and proofs, sets, functions, equivalence relations, combinations and permutations, graphs and proof by induction. As part of my own degree program via ESC, I also took this class, and achieved an A grade in it. My love of tutoring arises from the genuine excitement I see/hear when a student really starts to understand something they thought was too hard. The joy is infectious! As a volunteer tutor at my college, I had the pleas [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I have passed discrete mathematics, real analysis, abstract algebra, 2 400 level mathematics courses heavily based in discrete mathematics. All of these have been passed at Central Connecticut State University as I am a senior at the school. I'm a college student at CCSU and MCC. I understand the complexity of mathematics and how to break it down and simplify it so that anyone can understand it as well. I have experience in tutoring college students and high school level students. I'm confident that you or your child will understand the rationality of mathematics because the secret to [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.79 124 ratings

I have had the opportunity to learn discrete math as part of my general math studies. In the past I have tutored discrete math at the middle school level as well as part of other tutoring assignments. My discrete math experience is primarily with linear programming and utility theory. I am also very interested in logic, probability, and game theory, with applications to computer science. Discrete math is a relevant and practical area of mathematics. Many real-world problems can be modeled using this area of math. Since it is at its core a straightforward examination of real situations, discre [more]

In addition to completing a discrete math course during my undergraduate career, I also use many of the principles of discrete mathematics in my current position, as much of my work involves writing computer programs and generalizing concepts. I also spent a lot of time participating in mathematical competitions and brainstorming/study sessions during school that focused on the kind of rigorous proof structure and logical thinking that is so important in discrete mathematics. As this course is often the first rigorous proof course that students take, I understand that some students have yet to [more]

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