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I received an A in my discrete mathematics course in college, while pursuing a computer science degree. I can understand why a lot of students these days fall behind or lose interest in math. Subjects like Algebra and Trigonometry are taught in such a way that if you fall behind just a little bit, it can seem almost impossible to catch up. And once that happens, a student?s enthusiasm and self confidence can go downhill fast. Today?s math teachers are under a lot of pressure to keep their classes moving forward as a group, and so there?s not much help for any individual student who starts to [more]

I have a degree from San Francisco State University in Astrophysics and a minor in Computer Science. I have taken a Discrete Math class as well as used the concepts learned in this subject throughout my undergrad and graduate degree. I have used Discrete Math in many of the courses I have taken in both my undergraduate and graduate degrees. I obtained a Bachelors of Science in Astrophysics from and then went back to complete my Masters of Science in Physics all at San Francisco State University. During my undergraduate degree I tutoring for a on campus tutoring center which was free for the st [more]

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I took Discrete Math in college, and I actually got into the tutoring business because when my professor was looking to recommend a student tutor, she dropped my name for the position. This was an unsolicited recommendation as well, so I believe this speaks to my ability in the topic. I was then one of the few tutors at my college's Math Excel Center who was capable of teaching the subject, so I was able to get plenty of experience in tutoring the subject as well. The best tutor isn't the one that you come back and see every week. The best tutor is the last one that you will ever need to see. [more]

I am well versed in sets, functions and relations, matrix algebra, probability, graph theory, logic, mathematical induction, and algorithmic thinking. I am also familiar with Boolean algebra, linear programming, and number theory. I think of discrete mathematics simply as the mathematics that is necessary for decision making in non-continuous situations. I have taught math for 25 years including teaching college Finite Math. I have a master's degree in Operations Research. I am a PhD who has taught Math, Computer, Placement testing (e.g. SAT, ACT, etc.), Education, Astronomy, and Economics. [more]

I have tutored a number of students in discrete math concepts such as basic logic, proof, and interpreting the difference between discrete and continuous number sets when applying concepts. I have been successful in tutoring this at the college and high school level for several years, with many students. I'm an enthusiastic and dedicated teacher of mathematical concepts to students of all levels. I hold a B.S. in Mathematics, an MBA in Finance, and a PhD in Research Methods & Statistics, with emphasis in Finance. I've helped tutor a number of students before I found Wyzant.com and can provide [more]

I have taken Graduate-level courses in Discrete Math and have also been the Graduate Teaching Assistant for the Discrete Math in a state-level University. I know the various areas in which the students struggle. Feel free to contact me and inquire more about my knowledge in Discrete Math. What I bring to this position are skills in computer science, an experience of 6 years of teaching Math, programming languages C++, JAVA and VB6 to students in middle school, high school, undergraduate, and graduate schools, and 3 years of professional experience of developing software. In Summer 2014, I tau [more]

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