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I received an A+ in my undergraduate Discrete Mathematics course at UC Berkeley. I use discrete math frequently when performing amortized analysis on computer programs. I also use discrete structures when finding approximate solutions to integrals in both physics and calculus. Just for fun, I like to re-derive formulas like Gauss' method for summing the numbers from 1 to n (there are n/2 pairs of numbers that sum to n + 1, therefore the answer is n*(n + 1)/2, cool right?). I am recent graduate of UC Berkeley's College of Engineering. While in school I studied a variety of disciplines including [more]

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I have taught Discrete Math (Math 42) during Fall 2008 at San Jose State U. Also, I have a Ph.D. in Math and my research area/Master Thesis is closely related to Discrete Math. Summer is now. I have some plans set up for variable length (from a few classes or all through the Summer months) for certain classes like Calculus (AB, BC and college level), Algebra I/II and Geometry classes for local HS or can customize one for your children. Groups are welcome with discounts (about 25 percent per student for a group of two). Please contact me for your Math tutoring needs. Usually I can give a short [more]

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I have a B.Sc. in Economics/Operations Research and I studied optimization, graph theory and applied Operations Research methodology to research and modeling. I hold a M.S. in Mathematics and an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics. Over time I have been working at colleges and universities in Germany, in France, and in the U.S. In addition I worked for a decade at research labs in Germany and in the U.S. (LBNL) and at a risk modeling company. Since 2010 I dedicate my professional attention full time to teaching mainly math and computer science as a tutor and [more]

I am majoring in Mathematics at Mills College, with potential interest in pursuing a Master's Degree in Computer Science. As part of my coursework last semester, I took a course in Discrete Math. I am familiar with various proof techniques and with logic and set theory, and I am experienced in the kind of mathematical thinking that Discrete Math requires. I am received a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Mills College, and am now working for an arts nonprofit with youth in Oakland. Before college, I never would have guessed that I would end up studying math, but a really great experience [more]

I majored in mathematical and computational sciences at Stanford in 2006 and have been tutoring up to AB calculus and statistics for 14 years. Statistics was about 1/3 of my math major, and I made an A in my number theory class which had a cryptography portion. Probability (especially combinatorics) is one of my favorite concepts to teach. Almost all of my kids have raised their scores by at least one letter grade. I have been tutoring students for 14 years in California, Manhattan, England and Houston, TX. All of my students raise their scores by at least a letter grade. SAT students hav [more]

My BS degree in Computer Science required me to take an upper level Discrete Math course. I have used discrete math in my work including probabilities, set theory, and tree structures. I have also tutored discrete math at the College of Alameda. Mathematical concepts have always come easy to me. It is a talent I was born with and enjoyed every subject from arithmetic, to geometry and trig, algebra and calculus, linear algebra and real analysis. It was an easy transition to computer science. My career took me from database programming to web development and continues to evolve. I have found th [more]

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I have taken a variety of Undergrad math courses including Discrete Math. Discrete is an interesting course that brings in probability, proof writing, logic, and number theory among other topics. I can help students to improve their understanding of how to write proofs, apply counting strategies, follow logic to reach conclusions, work with the Chinese Remainder Theorem, Fermat's Little Theorem, modular arithmetic, etc. I am currently in the Cal Teach Credential Program at UC Berkeley and am a High School Math Teacher. [more]

I graduated with a BA in pure Mathematics and a BA in philosophy. I studied Mathematical Logic and Symbolic Logic. I also studied more in-depth topics relevant to discrete mathematics such as Number Theory, Set Theory, and the theory of Groups. My main interests included Logic and Abstract Algebra. My name is Nikita and I graduated in May, 2017 with a double major in Mathematics and Philosophy. I attended Cal State, Long Beach where I received my formal education in my favorite topic - Math! I studied many branches of math including Calculus and Algebra and formed close and meaningful relation [more]

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In research, discrete mathematics is a basic required tool. For any research in math, set theory and logic are the fundamental building blocks. Induction and counting arguments such as the pigeon-hole principle are used to an incredible extent when trying to prove a pattern in some complex concept. These are all components of research that I use with great care as one fallacy can ruin an entire paper. Hello! I am a Korean-American mathematics researcher at San Francisco State University and UC Berkeley. I have been tutoring for three years in the college setting. I generally tutor calculus and [more]

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