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Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.93 98 ratings

I have taught Discrete Math six times in the NC public school system. I developed most of the curriculum from scratch. I am very knowledgeable of the subject matter in this course. I offer tutoring for high school and middle school math including Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Common Core Math 1, 2, & 3, Intro to College Math (ICM), Advanced Functions & Modeling (AFM), and Discrete Math. I have been a high school math teacher and math tutor for over 15 years and I service Wake Forest, Youngsville, Franklinton, Creedmoor, Oxford, Butner, and surrounding areas. [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$40 per hour.

4.91 78 ratings

I have taken a discrete math course at UNCW and passed. In this course I have studied graph theory, matrix operations and applications; linear programming, series and sequences and calculator-based programming. Hello, I graduated from UNCW class of 2004 with a B.S. degree in Mathematics and Statistics. I've been tutoring math for more than ten years and I am currently a math instructor at a community college going into my 6th year. As a youth minister at a church in Durham, NC, I have volunteered to tutor many young and older church members as well as people from in the community. I teach [more]

In my time as an undergraduate, and later as a mathematics graduate student, I took and passed courses in number theory, modern algebra, and combinatorics. These constitute, on the whole, branches on the tree for which the Discrete Math course attempts to serve as basic stem. I have and currently do tutor students in the aforementioned courses, particularly first courses at the undergraduate level. My own philosophy with regard to this material is that the student must collect as many basic examples of each type of system/theorem/algorithm as possible, in order to learn to distinguish the r [more]

Will travel 0 miles

$40 per hour.

4.94 290 ratings

I received my undergraduate degree in mathematics from Clemson University. A requirement of this degree is a discrete mathematics course. From there I have been a supplemental instructor for the course twice, tutored numerous students in the course, and have since taught the course once. Hey! My name is Erin and I have been tutoring and teaching math subjects throughout my undergraduate and graduate career. I have done both private tutoring sessions set up outside of school and group sessions set up through the math department. As I have been on all sides of the situation; as student, tutor, a [more]

I was in advanced mathematics in High School, in which Discrete Mathematics was covered, and also took several courses in mathematics in university related to this. Hello! I grew up in the Middle East and was educated at an International School in the I.B. Curriculum. Upon returning to the United States I received a degree in Political Science from UNC at Chapel Hill. I have prior experience tutoring students with special needs, ESL students, and students preparing for the SAT, Mathematics (of all levels), and Reading/English. In general, I favor an engaging approach to teaching, but my spe [more]

I completed this course in Fall 2015 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B+. I have tutored it for 1 semester and took an additional course in Abstract Algebra during Spring 2016 to further my use of discrete mathematics concepts (Discrete math was a pre-req), and I earned a B in this course as well. I have been working on proofs consistently for 3 years and am well-versed in modular arithmetic. Hello! My name is Sarah, and I am a current senior at UNC-Chapel Hill working towards a BSPH in Environmental Health Sciences with minors in Math and Music. I have been tutoring f [more]

I have Msc and PhD in Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. I have taught at high school level (algebra, discrete math, pre-calculus, geometry, trigonometry, etc.) and University level (college algebra, discrete math, calculus, etc.) for more than 20 years. A professor at local University may have time to teach several students to mathematical subjects, like college algebra, pre-calculus and calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, biology and physiology, biophysics and physics, business math and business statistics, etc. I have been teaching for many years at University level as well [more]

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