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As an engineering student, I had to take several advanced math courses, including Discrete Math. In discrete we are interested in numbers and patterns that only have certain possible values, typically integers. We can explore the properties of integers and solve specific mapping of sets using rigorous logic and proofs. The main difficulties in this type of course are based in understanding the implications on logic for having a limited yet infinite set and choosing the appropriate proof to justify the problem. [more]

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I have a master's degree in mathematics with teaching experience at college level. I have also helped students with discrete math before in a university math tutoring center. Despite the fact that I can offer assistance in many subjects to students of all ages, my academic credentials and background which include two Master of Science degrees and several years of teaching experience at a college level make me more inclined to work with college and advanced high school students on science (mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology) as well as standardized test preparation (ACT, SAT, GRE, GMA [more]

I have a Master's degree in Pure Mathematics. Discrete Math is hard to define, as it often means "something advanced which is not calculus." It is often very similar to Finite Math, which may cover basic counting and probability, or even a bit of linear algebra. But discrete math and combinatorics is also a great enrichment for advanced students who want a challenge. It is elementary (meaning not requiring a large amount of background knowledge), but can be both tricky and satisfying. Some very simple sounding problems can be unbelievably hard, while hard-sounding problems often have beautiful [more]

I have a Bachelor's of Science in Math from Wheaton College. I have taken Discrete Math and several related classes, including Linear Algrebra, Modern Algebra, Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, and Chaos and Dynamical Systems. I am confident working with discrete math. Dear potential student, I am math teacher, who studied math and anthropology. I have had a lot of experience tutoring math topics, ranging from pre-algebra to calculus. I have also tutored autistic individuals. Finally, I have a strong background in various social studies fields as well through my work in anthropology, including [more]

I have taken Discrete Math 1 & 2 at my University and received As in both classes. Because I am a computer Science major, I deal with a lot of these topics on a daily basis, so the material is very fresh. Hi, I'm Tom and I'm from the greater-Chicago area. I am a graduate of DePaul University with a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science. I work full-time as a software developer for a technical consulting company in downtown Chicago. While programming is exciting to me, one of my other passions is teaching the math and science subjects that accompany Computer Science. I learned very early o [more]

While pursuing my undergraduate degree, I minored in mathematics and discrete mathematics was one of the elective courses I took to fulfill my minor. Hello, My name is Edgar. I am a chemist who is currently working on his master's degree. I teach undergrads as a Grad Assistant and I enjoy chemistry, physics and math (especially calculus). In my spare time I enjoy cooking and reading. I have worked in the chemical industry, so if anyone has any S.T.E.M. questions I would be more than happy to answer them. I am very friendly and easygoing and would like to help you with any science or math cour [more]

I have a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and finished a postdoc in Aerospace Engineering. I have taught many students in the past 10 years, many of them in discrete mathematics. Part of my PhD research was about discrete math and I have a deep understanding of the subject. I know how to explain the subject so that the student understands it easily. I am a certified tutor for Math, Physics, and Mechanical Engineering for high school, SAT, and college. I received my PhD in Mechanical Engineering and came to Texas A&M as a postdoc. I enjoy working with students and sharing my knowledge. I have taug [more]

I have master's degrees in mathematics and in computer science from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. During my time as a graduate student, I was a teaching assistant for a computer science course focusing on discrete mathematics. I also took a number of graduate level combinatorics courses (at least 3). I recently helped teach the part-time data science course at General Assembly. I'm scheduled to teach the next session of the Introduction to Machine Learning course for Bootstrap Data Science. I received two master's degrees and my bachelor's degree from the University of Illin [more]

I have a Master's degree in Physics from Northwestern University.I have tutored discrete math for decades, as well as related areas such as finite math and probability and statistics. As a teaching assistant in graduate school, I discovered that I had a real knack (and, indeed, love) for explaining; I became popular with the students in my sections because of my clear, insightful presentations and lively style of teaching. Many would come to my office outside of class for extra help, and it became somewhat of a "hobby" for me to provide it to them. Subsequently, I became involved in teaching [more]

I have achieved a B or above in my discrete math courses I've taken at the undergraduate & graduate level. I have been successful tutoring my classmates in discrete math. I have a both an undergraduate & graduate degree in mathematics having completed all of the coursework for a doctorate in mathematics If I could show you a way to get better grades & test scores as well as gain mastery of the fundamentals of the particular math course you're taking, would you be interested in working with me to get it? My philosophy is that any student that is motivated to learn and will work hard...can lear [more]

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