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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]

I passed my discrete math course with an A. Discrete math comes up a lot in computer science (which is my minor). I have tutored discrete math several times at my university. I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics from UW-Whitewater. I received my bachelor's degree in Mathematics from UW-Whitewater and am currently working on my Masters in Education in Instructional Design and Technology. I first discovered the thrill of teaching when I was about seven, and I made a pretend school in my backyard for all my neighbors and friends. Now, 15 years later, my love for teaching is even stronger; an [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]

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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]

During my undergraduate education, I was a mathematics major and took discrete math as well as advanced classes that relate to the subject. I graded problem sets for the class one semester, and tutored individual students for many semesters. Currently, I am a teaching assistant for discrete math at UW Madison. I am responsible for grading problem sets and leading discussion sections. I am currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Computer Science at UW Madison, and I eventually hope to become a professor at a school that allows me to focus on teaching. I have always been passionate about teaching, and esp [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]

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I have taught discrete math a great many times as a college faculty member. At Iowa State University, I served as course supervisor for their "mathematics for the business and social sciences" course, which included the classic topic sequence of Linear systems of equations, basic matrix algebra, Leonteif models, Linear programming (optimization of linear functions subject to linear inequality constraints) the simplex method, the dual method, counting problems, combinatorics, probability, up through Bayes' theorem and Markov Chains. [more]

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