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Will travel 40 miles

$60 per hour.

4.92 462 ratings

Working consulting scientist and former adjunct professor at Drexel University and Villinova University in Pennsylvania. Work with advanced mathematical techniques and applications of those techiques to engineering problems. If you want a clear and concise explanation of various discrete mathematics topics and applications, I am your tutor. Selected areas of discrete mathematics: Set Theory Group Theory Vector Spaces Linear Algebra Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors Metric Spaces Banach and Hilbert Spaces Tens [more]

I took an undergrad course in matrix theory at Ohio state. At Penn State, I took grad courses in probability and logical design. I also took a grad MathStat course. At NJIT, I took a grad course in algorithm analysis. At John Hopkins, I took a course in probability. At Univ of Md, I took an undergrad course in mathematical logic. I taught modern logic at Ann Arundel Community College for 2 years. Hi: I am a an experienced tutor in math, the physical sciences, engineering and logic. My main object in tutoring is to show the student the EASY way to solve problems and to build up their c [more]

Will travel 8 miles

$50 per hour.

4.6 10 ratings

Not only have I studied the problems specific to discrete mathematics but I have taken several other courses related to the subject. I have a strong background in the fundamentals as they are also used heavily in all of Mathematics (Logic, proofs, set theory, etc). Specific courses include: Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning, Discrete Mathematics, Digital Logic Design, Computer Programming, Abstract and Linear Algebra (vector spaces, finite group theory, etc). Hence, I have experience with the problems, how to solve the problems, and why they are being taught to students at this level. [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

Earned an A in college Discrete Mathematics course. I am currently studying Electrical Engineering. I come from four generations of educators so it doesn't come as a surprise that I absolutely love teaching! In high school, I ran my school's National Honor Society tutoring program at the local middle school. I found teaching one-on-one to be such a rewarding experience and I continue to tutor every chance I get. I am extremely qualified to teach nearly any Mathematics subject. My professors recognize my hard work and passion for learn... [more]

I have studied mathematics extensively at the college level and have taken upper division courses in Combinatorics and Graph Theory, Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning, and Discrete Mathematics. Having done so, I have much experience in theoretical mathematics and writing proofs. I have also participated in and helped create high school math contests which cover this topic quite frequently. The world we live in is full of questions and mysteries waiting to be discovered and investigated. Mathematics is the study of patterns in the world around us. As a mathematics tutor, I strive to prov [more]

The topic in todays organization of mathematics covers the same topics included in various courses given to earlier generations of students. In particular, the chapters of a standard text "Discrete Mathematics with Applications" by Susanna S. Epp: Logic, Elementary Number Theory, Sequences, Set Theory,Counting & Probability, Functions, Recursions, Efficiency of Algorithms, Relations,Graphs & Trees and Regular Expressions & Finite-State Automata were taught to me in courses labeled Logic, Probability & Statistics (which I also taught), Calculus and Differential Equations (both ordinary and part [more]

I have over 15 years of teaching experience covering all undergraduate mathematics classes offered at the University of South Carolina including Discrete Mathematics. In that role I have been exposed first-hand to the common difficulties and typical mistakes that students tend to make in those classes. Over the years I have experimented with different teaching and tutoring techniques and now I am in the position to offer the best approach to the students I tutor. I have over 15 years of teaching and tutoring experience in mathematics, computer programming, statistics, physics, and other subjec [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.8 5 ratings

I have taken 3 classes in Discrete math and am only a few courses short of a degree in math. I have tutored 5 students in Discrete Math before and helped all of them improve their grades. I have a PhD in Engineering from University of Virginia and an undergraduate degree from MIT. I have also taught as an adjunct professor. As an undergraduate, my side job was tutoring other students as part of a formal tutoring program offered by the university. I love to learn and find different ways to approach material to get through to my students. I have consistently demonstrated the ability to help [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$250 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

I have a PhD in Math. I have taught Discrete Math at university level. I have also tutored discrete math to high school students around New Haven, Yale students and University of Quinnipiac students. I also have a silver medal in International Mathematics Olympiad. One of the subject covered in IMO is Discrete Math. This course may cover a variety of subjects. The following subjects are typical subjects discussed in this lesson. Most topics are only discussed briefly: Mathematical Induction Strong Mathematical Induction Pigeonhole Principle Proof By Contradiction Basic Counting Methods (Pro [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.89 140 ratings

In college and graduate school I studied linear algebra and probability theory extensively. At that time, I did not realize that in the working world the main application of Discrete Mathematics I would utilize was algorithms for computers. Probability theory is a close second. Logic, set theory, combinatorics, graph theory, information theory and computational geometry were all subjects that I developed a working knowledge of while on the job. Of them all, I enjoy set theory the most, perhaps because it requires deep thought. Of them all, I find matrix algebra (of linear algebra) the mos [more]

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