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I've taught probability for nearly a year and tutored various levels of math for an additional two. I've taken and passed Discrete Math with an A at UC Berkeley. I am a first year PhD student in Electrical Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech. I specialize in signal processing and machine learning. I TAed probability and statistics for a year. I graduated with a BS in Electrical Engineering Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley. While at Berkeley I TAed some introductory computer science courses and tutored high school math for roughly 2 years. I have always performed [more]

I took and earned an A in MA 293, a discrete mathematics course at Boston University where I received my BA in mathematics. In my physics studies I have applied my knowledge of discrete mathematics to statistical mechanics, where combinatorics define the probabilities of configurations of particles and lay the foundations of statistical distributions. When appropriate, I have tutored my colleagues in various topics in discrete mathematics such as set theory, counting, and propositional logic. I have tutored through the National Honor Society. [more]

I took discrete Mathematics in my undergraduate at Morehouse College. I passed the class with an A. I am also a high school and college math teacher. I am a highly adaptive teacher, and I take pleasure in learning students? weakness to help improve their overall learning skills. While learning is important, I advise students that success is not only achieved in the classroom but in life as well. My tutoring specialties, at this point, mostly include such math areas as Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Statistics, Calculus, SAT Math and ACT Math preparation. I work with students ranging from 5 [more]

My background as a computer science major and a mathematics minor means that I have been taught this subject from the perspectives of both computer science and mathematics. I have specifically covered discrete math in 2 courses at length and in additional courses to a lesser extent. Hello potential students, My name is Grant. I am a recent graduate from the University of Minnesota. My major was computer science with a minor in mathematics. I am looking to help others through tutoring because I know how much it can help to have personal help when you are struggling with a subject. My [more]

I have been a statistics and mathematics tutor for over fifteen years. I have tutored middle school, high school, college undergraduate, and college graduate students in geometry, algebra, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus, probability and statistics, Microsoft Excel, and ACT/SAT/GRE/GMAT Math Prep. My relevant job experiences include teaching statistics and probability courses at the college level at Purdue University for two years, where I received a Graduate Student Teaching Certifi... [more]

I have a Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts in mathematics. I have taught, tutored or taken classes in sets, sequences, summations, permutations and combinations, probability, graph theory, automata theory, computational complexity, number theory (congruence and recurrence relations), relations and logic. I have a Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts in mathematics. I have six years of formal math teaching and tutoring experience. My experience includes working with students from middle school through university graduate school. I have provided formal tutoring to traditional and non-t [more]

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I am a math major at Wesleyan College and have tutored students for the college. Additionally, I got an A in the course. My name is Chelsea and I am returning to Altanta from the Anniston, AL area. With my bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Wesleyan College and brief experience as a high school math teacher, I am confident that I can help with all of your math needs. Looking forward to becoming your tutor!... [more]

My qualifications to tutor in discrete mathematics are experienced based: the fact that I do it in the ordinary course of tutoring. I tutored discrete mathematics as late as fall semester, 2015. My student at that time was a long time (4 year) student of mine, who actually drove home from college (a two hour ride), to get my help in the subject matter. I would depend on the student to bring all the class material (notes, book, access to course materials), as I do not retain books/reference material in this subject matter. [more]

I have learned and taught discrete math at San Diego Math Circle for over 4 years now. I have practiced and trained with some of the best minds for discrete math, and I have taken summer camps such as AweseomeMath in order to master discrete math(Number Theory, Game Theory). Additionally, I have qualified for the USAMO 4 times, which is a parital application of discrete math. I am a Berkeley-based tutor and teacher. I have been tutoring kids for many years, ever since my early high school career. Since then, I have been passionate about helping others succeed academically. What I love most is [more]

I have PhD in mathematics. I have the experience of being tutor for this course. Moreover, I was teacher assistant for this course during my master degree. I have a PhD in mathematics. I was graduated in 2012 and I have been teaching since 2008. I have three goals for my students whenever I teach. First, they should feel comforting in the class about the course topics. Second, they must become interested in exploration and appreciate the inherent value of the subject matter. Third, they have to be aware of the applications of what ever they have been taught in the lessons. Towards the differen [more]

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