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My degrees (B.S. Mathematics, M.S. Mathematics) included courses in discrete mathematics (including topics such as basic probability, counting problems, abstract logic, sets, and functions, permutations, and induction), as well as courses built on this material (such as abstract algebra). I have tutored in this subject, and also assisted in a discrete mathematics course at UNC. My Master's thesis concerns a class of labelled, directed graphs (called Cayley graphs), a topic which may appear in a discrete mathematics/combinatorics style course. [more]

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I have taken a semester of Discrete Mathematics and received an A in it. I have also tutored it for over a year. With the exception of Operations Research and Information Theory, I am very comfortable and adept at teaching many of the topics covered in a typical Discrete Mathematics course, from Probability, Set Theory, and Number Theory, to Geometry, Topology and Finite-Difference Calculus. Tutoring in the San Antonio area. I have a B.S. in Mathematics and a minor in Physics from Prairie View A&M University. My approach to tutoring is flexible and, more to the point, effective. While I do h [more]

I help students develop the ability to see computational problems from a mathematical perspective. Discrete math is normally divided into six areas: sets, functions, and relations; basic logic; proof techniques; counting basics; graphs and trees; and discrete probability. I show students how these topics are interwoven with computer science applications. I also help students use the tools of discrete math to see computational problems from a mathematical perspective. I am a professional computer scientist with 30 years experience and an advanced degree from Georgia Tech's College of Comput [more]

I am Texas certified LIFE for all mathematics for MS and High School I believe in the building block methods; proceed to next assignment when ready. I am a Texas certified Math teacher with a BS and M/Ed majoring in math and education from Texas State. I will help one to succeed and pass school math tests and prepare for graduation. I am Texas certified in Math/Comp.Sci. I will need to see the text, assignments by the teacher, past tests, and areas of miss-understanding.... [more]

I have taught discrete mathematics at the college level, and excelled at the subject in my undergraduate years. Hi, my name is Allen and I'd love to help you become more confident and succeed in math. I currently serve as Director of the Math Center at UHCL, and helping students succeed in mathematics is my strongest skill. I have a Master's and a degree in Mathematics from Kent State University. I?ve worked as a math instructor at Kent State, Michigan State, and University of Houston for a combined total of eight years, and I currently serve as director of a math tutoring center. I have ten [more]

I have a degree in secondary mathematics education from Baylor University. I have A's on my transcript in classes that require this as a prerequisite. During my time at Baylor I tutored several peers in classes that covered the same content. My name is Sarah. I graduated from Baylor University with a major in secondary math education. During my time there I not only encountered a variety of teaching atmospheres, but I was taught a variety of styles. My internship was completed in a pre-calculus classroom, and I have two years experience teaching algebra I in Houston at cy-fair ISD. I then mo [more]

I have a bachelor of science degree in mathematics from the University of Dallas. Course work there included discrete math. Course name at the University of Dallas was Linear Point Set Theory. Other coursework included college algebra, computer science, game theory, probability, number theory, and topology. Since discrete math is a wide subject, potential tutoring in this area would likely require a vetting process to ensure there is a good intersection between what is needed and my background. [more]

As a Geophysicist, I am strongly involved with math every day, from basic Arithmetic, all the way to advanced Calculus. By being an active math user, it has become very easy for me to find every day examples of its applications. Additionally, it is very easy for me to communicate difficult/complex concepts to an understandable level for all audiences. Therefore, because I use it and understand it, because I find it every day in my life, and because I am an excellent communicating the concepts, I am an excellent math teacher. [more]

I took discrete math my senior year at St. Mary's University. I earned an A- in the class. I maintained an organized binder with notes, powerpoints, quizzes and test reviews. When I graduated from Incarnate Word High School, I had no clue which career field I wanted to invest my college education at St. Mary's University. I changed my major 5 times. I was taking a sociology class and was required to participate with a community service organization and chose Communities In Schools. As a mentor/tutor, it planted the idea of going into education. I went a step further and obtained a position [more]

As a math major at UT, I took honors discrete math, in which I made an A. I am a mathematics PhD student at Rice University with years of experience teaching and tutoring a variety of classes aimed at science and mathematics students at the university and high school level. Having excelled in countless upper division and graduate mathematics classes, I can say, without a doubt, that mathematics is one of the most beautiful subjects a person can explore. I think this is where the vast majority of math teachers and tutors lose their students. As a result, my foremo... [more]

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