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I took an honors discrete math at the University of Texas at Austin and I got a very high A in it. I later graded for this same class and I also graded for a different discrete class. I also took and graded a Number Theory class (which is very similar) and I have taken many abstract Algebra courses that are also very similar. Discrete math is basically an introduction to proofs and basic logic all of which is extremely abundant throughout the major in mathematics. I am currently in my fourth year of graduate studies in the mathematics PhD program at the University of Iowa, and I have a Maste [more]

Hi! Discrete mathematics and probability courses were some of my favorites. I taught courses that rely on discrete mathematics and probability for high school, college, and summer enrichment camps. I have two relevant postgraduate degrees; a M.A. in Mathematics and a M.T in Mathematics Teaching. I am a teacher and instructor with over 7 years in classrooms with students from the 7th grade through college. My students are extremely successful on every high school end-of-course exam and that success continues in their future math classes. Why? We work together to develop intuition, critica [more]

I'm very familiar with set theory, Boolean algebra, and combinational logic as applied to control systems and computer programming. CONSULTANT / ELECTRICAL ENGINEER / INSTRUCTOR with over 30 years experience in the design, application, and field support of electronic control systems; combined with management, teaching, and industrial training experience. A registered professional engineer in Illinois. Interested in teaching, tutoring, consulting in the areas of electrical engineering, electronics technology, mathematics, science, and physics. Robert PE MSEE, MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY BSEE, Ketteri [more]

Finite Math is often an alternative term for discrete math. I have experience with this at the community college level. Finite math often includes probability, statistics, as well as possibly linear programming, matrices, math modelling, and many other various topics. Having taught at the high school level, and currently teaching at a local community college and tutoring at that college as well, I have worked with many different topics. I have taught in the public schools for several years as well at the community college level. I enjoy working with students of all ages and abilities. I [more]

At Saint Mary's College, I tutored college students in Discrete Math for three years. Sometimes I did individual tutoring and test preparation. Other times I had larger groups of students and led problem sessions. I taught students how to utilize functions on their advanced calculators as well as understanding the concepts beyond the formulas that they were presented. I am a local high school math teacher with many years of tutoring experience. I am currently teaching Geometry, Algebra 2, and Honors Pre-Calculus. I majored in Computational Mathematics at Saint Mary's College located in Notre D [more]

I am proficient in teaching/tutoring Finite Math, which is part of Discrete Math. I mean to say that I have had experience tutoring students on countable sets and combinatorics involving countable sets. I hold a master's degree in a scientific field (geology). My math tutoring experience spans four decades, two cities in two countries (Cebu City, Philippines; and DeKalb, Illinois, U.S.A.), and hundreds of clients (grade school, high school, college/university, adult learners, testpreppers). Many of the students that I had the privilege to tutor are now successful professionals. Those whom I oc [more]

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I taught Discrete Mathematics at the undergraduate level when I was a graduate student in the Mathematics PhD program at the University of Oregon. On earning a PhD in Mathematics, I worked as a Math professor for 6 years. I graduated from UC Berkeley, with a BA in Mathematics; from the University of Oregon, with an MS in Mathematics and a PhD in Mathematics; and from the University of Utah with a JD from the J.S. Quinney College of Law and an MBA from the David Eccles School of Business. I held Postdoctoral Research Fellowships at the University of Waterloo, Canada, in Pure Mathematics an [more]

I have a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Illinois State University, and have been employed as an insurance actuary for 20 years. I owned a private tutoring business for six years and have taught all subjects between algebra and calculus. I have substitute taught actuarial math classes at the university. After a 20 year career as an actuary I have been tutoring students from 6th grade through college for 9 years, more than 300 students 3,000 hours. I am also a certified substitute teacher a part-time professor at Illinois State University. In past years I was an assistant high school bask [more]

I have taken quite a few classes in discrete math, including such topics as combinatorics, graph theory, sequences, infinite series, generating functions, Young Tableaux, and discrete calculus. Discrete mathematics is an area of math that I find quite interesting, and I have read multiple textbooks on the subject, including most recently Riordan Arrays: A Primer. I also published a paper in the mathematics journal Parabola in the area of discrete mathematics. Hi! I'm Travis, and I'm currently an undergraduate at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. I plan on majoring in Mathematics with [more]

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