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Will travel 35 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 226 ratings

I taught an introduction to mathematical proofs course, which is similar in content to discrete mathematics, at the University of Maryland. I have also taken multiple college level courses on discrete mathematics and related subjects (including theory of computation, mathematical logic, Boolean algebra, and digital design) and have tutored the subject on many occasions. Additionally, I have substantial background in computer programming, for which discrete mathematics is a theoretical underpinning. [more]

I have taken three whole college classes with various discrete math topics. However, this subject is so broad that it could include any number of concepts. Although I am familiar with 90% of discrete math concepts taught in high school and undergrad, I may need to refer to notes for a few topics. This usually works out fine and I extend the lesson appropriately at no charge if needed. Current availability: I am booked with standing appointments at times when traditional students are available (after school and weekends), but I can work students in when I have cancelations. I have plenty o [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 64 ratings

I got an A+ in Discrete Mathematics in College and an A in the graduate course 6.431 Applied Probability at MIT last year. I am familiar with all areas of discrete math, including graphs, number theory, probability, counting, set theory etc. Whenever I am working with a student, I strive to make learning easy and fun, and above all to explain concepts in ways that you can relate to. Not everyone learns the same way and that is okay! whether you or your student needs to clarify concepts or in depth work to bring them up to speed, my teaching style is tailored to each individual, using a pace [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.98 248 ratings

I have a bachelor's and master's degree in mathematics and have studied various discrete topics, including, set theory, logic, probability and combinatorics, topology, group theory, and number theory. I have been a mathematics teacher, mostly in the New York City public school system at the high school level. I am also bilingual and taught HS mathematics in Honduras, Central America for 2 years. I recently moved down to the Hendersonville area and have been debating whether to get my North Carolina teaching certificate. I currently have a certificate from New York State but was thinking about [more]

My educational background is in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education. I have taken all tests to be certified in these areas. I would love the tutoring opportunity to help students improve their grades in basic math. I have been trying to keep working with students in grades second through fifth when tutoring. I have tutored students ages five through eleven years old in reading, math, and language, vocabulary, and phonics. Before starting my tutoring job with WyzAnt, I was a Speech-Language Teacher, with experience tutoring after school hours. I was a Bright Futures Tutor [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

To obtain my bachelor's degree in Accounting and to pass the CPA exam, there was excessive discrete math that I had to be proficient in. In addition, I have 4 children (2 in college, 1 in HS and 1 in 7th grade) and have had to personally tutor each of them in math, including discrete math and other advanced maths. Hi, my name is Michelle E., CPA. I graduated with a BS in Accounting/Business Administration in 1990 and became a licensed CPA in 1991 which is still active. In my professional career that began in 1990 I worked in various industries with all of the types of accounting and am extr [more]

I had training in mathematics throughout graduate school. My qualification for teaching discrete mathematics is based on years of teaching mathematics, authoring courses, and involvement in developing certified mathematics teachers for K-12 and undergraduate schools. While an instructor at Sandhills college I regularly taught discrete mathematics. Others courses which I have taught in high school as a certified North Department of Public Instruction teacher of mathematics: Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and Advanced Mathematics (honors). Courses which I have taught in community coll [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

4.86 7 ratings

I got a B in this subject in College. I also tutor students in my high school with this subject. My name is Michael and I've been an educator in Fayetteville, NC for 18 years. I've taught at the middle level and high school level. I've taught anything from 7th Grade Math to Trigonometry. I've always loved math and always try to find ways to get topics across to students. I know at times math can be discouraging and frustrating. I just enjoy trying to help kids and people be successful at the subject. If you choose me I will go the extra mile to help you or your child be successful in the... [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 took discrete math in high school. I got not only an A but the highest grade in the class. Overall it is a very easy class if you know how to approach the problem and I know how to teach someone to approach the problem. Hey, my name is Jesse. I am currently a senior in college and have loved to teach others fun and interesting ways to understand math and math based sciences. I am currently attempting to obtain my doctorate in physics, to then become a professor in the field. One of the many reasons I want to be a professor is because I love teaching people new ways to understand difficu [more]

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