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I have taught Discrete Math once at the freshman level, and I have taught Finite Math several times. In fact, I was a champion of curriculum reform at one university where I was teaching in order to bring a Discrete Math course into our courses. Needless to say, not only do I know a lot about the topics in Discrete Math, but I also enjoy those topics! I hold two master's degrees -- one in applied mathematics, one in physics. I started teaching math in 1999. While many of the intervening years saw me as a part-time adjunct instructor of mathematics, I did enjoy a full-time appointment to the ma [more]

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I recently graduated cum laude from Florida State University with bachelors degrees in both Physics and Pure Mathematics. During the course of my math curriculum I took a variety of courses dealing with topics integral to the study of Discrete mathematics. Examples of such course work include abstract algebra and introduction to set theory, and advanced calculus. In the end I have extensive experience in topics taught in discrete math courses and other math subjects and their applications to real world problems through my study of physics. [more]

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I taught Math 110 (Discrete Math) several times at UAH. These are the topics, straight from the catalog's course description: ? college algebra ? sets and the algebra of sets, including the set operations and relations ? logic and the algebra of logic, including logical operations and relations ? combinatorics, including permutations and combinations ? elementary probability and its applications ? descriptive statistics ? an introduction to matrices and their operations and applications Hi, I'm Cliff. I own a Master's in Math (UAH 2004) and have twelve years experience as a math instructor [more]

I completed and received an A in Discrete Mathematics--covering combinatorics, and the very, very basics of topology-- while an undergraduate at USNA. I went on to take (and receive A's in) courses in graph theory, logic and set theory, and probability. For my undergraduate capstone, I wrote a MATLAB code which identifies critical highways for evacuation in the San Francisco bay area via combinatoric pairings of adjacent communities on a G(N,A) representation of the area. My graduate studies included classes on coding network algorithms in more common languages, additional studies in probabili [more]

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I have a very strong mathematical background and I excelled in my Discrete Math class at MIT. I also excelled in classes that used Discrete Math concepts such as my Computer Science classes and Digital Signal Processing (DSP) classes in Electrical Engineering. At MIT I got a bachelor of science degree and a master of engineering degree, each in "electrical engineering and computer science". My GPA for my BSc. degree is 4.2/5.0 and my GPA for my M.Eng degree is 4.6/5.0. I have always had a passion for math, the sciences, computer science and engineering and always excelled in them from high sc [more]

I earned a Ph D in Aerospace Engineering from Auburn University, a MS degree in Applied Mathematics from Auburn University, a MS degree in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University with a Minor in Statistics with focus in design of experiments. I have many years of experience teaching engineering methods at college level and I have experience teaching as substitute teacher in subjects like Math Algebra, Pre-Calculus Algebra, Physics, Inorganic Chemistry, and Computer Programing in Fortran using approximated methods for discrete numerical simulation. [more]

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I am certified to teach Mathematics, grades 6-12. I tutored Discrete Math at Athens State University for a year and a half. I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a minor in Education. I was a Geometry teacher this past year. I loved teaching/helping/mentoring/disciplining my students/children. I decided to leave the teaching world for multiple reasons. A few reasons were because it's really stressful, time consuming (roughly 70 hour weeks I dedicated), and I realized I was only passionate about my students (not anything else related to teaching). I am currently tutoring three stude [more]

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As a grad student, I was tutoring undergraduate students in this subject. This is considered a very difficult course in the computer science curriculum. I have been teaching courses in Discrete Math for the past 9 years. In my course, the students learn the fundamental algebraic, logical, and combinatoric concepts from mathematics that will be utilized to various areas of computer science. As I present a new concept in class, I use real-world analogies to make that abstract concept look more understandable. In my courses, I emphasize the importance of the theoretical aspects of our discipli [more]

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