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I've successfully completed multiple upper division courses in discrete mathematics. Additionally, I've tutored discrete students at both the high school and college level for several years. I have been tutoring high school and college students as well as adult learners for over a decade. Typically, I find that most students, even those who claim not to be ?math people,? have the skill and ability necessary to be successful, but they often lack confidence. I?m ready to lend a hand -- coaching not just the course material, but offering reassurance and friendly encouragement along the way! I [more]

I have occasionally tutored Discrete Mathematics since I took it in college over 20 years ago. The beauty of Discrete Mathematics is that while most forms of mathematics lend themselves to problem solving if you know how to go about it, with Discrete Math the approach is usually quite concrete and understandable. My main strength with tutoring is my ability to present material in an easily understandable way. I have been tutoring part-time for over 20 years, and would like to make the jump to full-time. After all, it is what I enjoy, so why not go for it? I have two undergraduate degrees f [more]

I have a Masters degree in Mathematics and have tutored the subject in the past. I was a professor at the University of Miami that moved to Central Florida. I have more than 30 years experience tutoring math/physics courses and can (and have taught) from High school to PhD-level math courses and from high school to 2nd year in college physics courses. I love teaching and have taught/tutored from the time I was 13 years old. I always had a passion about math as a subject. I was 13 years old when I had calculus and graduated high school when I was 15 years old. I was a... [more]

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I am currently a full-time faculty member at the University of South Florida, Sarasota-Manatee. I teach all undergraduate mathematics courses offered at the university. Can tutor topics in discrete math that include sets, numbers, algorithms, Boolean algebra, computer arithmetic, elementary combinatorics, and an introductory to graph theory. "Why do we have to learn this?" "I'm a Criminal Justice major, why do I need to know what a derivative is?" "Okay, so y=x^2. What does that mean?" All questions I've heard many times Hello, my name is Rick W. We all do better in classes we enjoy. For man [more]

I have an M.S. in Mathematics and a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of New Orleans and have taken a variety of discrete mathematics. This includes number theory, abstract algebra and topology. I have an extensive understanding of logic and set theory. I have spent my career in computer software and have developed many business applications using concepts from discrete mathematics such as searching and sorting. Originally from New Orleans, where I received a B.S. in Computer Science and an M.S. in Mathematics from the University of New Orleans. I was awarded a Teaching Scholar [more]

Discrete mathematics is the branch of mathematics dealing with objects that can assume only distinct, separated values. Often called ?Everything except calculus,? the term ?discrete mathematics? is therefore used in contrast with ?continuous mathematics,? which is the branch of mathematics dealing with objects that can vary smoothly. From my 25 years in the aerospace electronics industry, I have been fortunate to have used the following discrete mathematics techniques in my career, namely: Having worked extensively with the design and production of microcircuits, I?ve used boolean algebra (a [more]

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