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Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.94 234 ratings

Discrete math includes topics such as summation with sigma notation, mathematical induction (both weak and strong), combinatorics, and graph theory. These are all subjects I have studied extensively in a variety of settings: in courses I took on the way to receiving my bachelor's degree in math, in my work over the past 30+ years tutoring students who were dealing with these topics in their courses, and privately just for my own pleasure. I have already enjoyed considerable success tutoring these topics outside the WyzAnt system, and I am eminently qualified to pursue these topics with WyzAnt [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 a junior at Mills College, pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics. Before college, I never would have guessed that I would end up studying math, but a really great experience with a professor at Mills changed my mind. I believe [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]

Will travel 20 miles

$85 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

I have my bachelor of science in electrical and computer engineering from UC Davis. Discrete mathematics was required with strong background in the major. It also was hugely involved in algorithm design course in the computer science related courses that I mastered in. I have graduated with double major in Electrical and Computer Engineering from UC Davis. Ever since I took math class at elementary school, I loved learning math. I was always the first person in the class to raise my hand to answer the teacher questions. I was so curious in learning multiple ways of approaching a single problem [more]

I have an advanced engineering degree in computer engineering and computer science, and have been using Discrete Math, logic, etc in implementing designs and algorithms over the last 23 years. I have been a teaching assistant for a graduate level class where I provided tutoring, lab design and project/test grading over number of semesters. I am a engineering professional in the industry today. I want to help young students learn Math and Computer Skills that are necessary to be successful in the world today. I am willing to travel short distances or work online but flexible enough to tutor [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

4.82 17 ratings

I have a B. S. degree in Applied Mathematics. I received the B. S. from University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I have worked on all types of math problem over the span of three decades. I conducted research and development projects on solving mathematics issues. I have also been teaching since 2006. I have been working as a Substitute Teacher for a while. I teach Math and Science classes in middle school and high school. I support middle schools and high schools both in West Sacramento and Davis Joint Unified School Districts. Math and Science subjects are the two subjects that [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$65 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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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