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I am qualified because I have been teaching and tutoring Discrete Math for the last 10 years. As an Electrical Engineer, Discrete Math is the foundation of Discrete logic and Digital Logic Designs, which are crucial in succeeding Electrical Engineering. furthermore, I have been utilizing Discrete Math in my line of work by applying it in Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), Vision Systems Robotic Control and production Traceability. More importantly, I have helped a great number of students succeed on Discrete Math while i was working as a TA at my university. [more]

I completed a discrete mathematics course at Cornell with an A- grade. The course was called Discrete structures which covers the standard discrete mathematics curricula and more complex topics that pertain to Computer Science. I'm currently a rising Sophomore at Cornell University. I'm currently on track to double major in computer science and electrical computer engineering with a minor in math. I love rock climbing and playing ultimate frisbee in my free time when I'm not totally swamped with school work. I have a tremendous amount of experience teaching to students. I have taught chess [more]

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$50 per hour.

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I took this course an undergraduate in Spring 1986. I teach this course about twice a year for Park University. My most recent start date at Park University was January 2, 2015. The course topics for the Park course include combinatorial circuits, sets, proofs, mathematical induction, graphs theory, counting, and probability. I am an experienced college math professor with more than 10 years of teaching high school and college students. I teach all levels of math including Calculus AB/BC, Precalculus, Trigonometry, Algebra 1 & 2, Finite, Geometry, Statistics, Basic Math, Linear Algebra, [more]

I have a B.A. with Honors in Mathematics from the University of Chicago, and will be starting my Ph.D in Mathematics at the University of Michigan. I have co-authored a combinatorics research paper, and have a great deal of experience in discrete math subjects, having succeeded in several graduate courses on number theory and probability/combinatorics. I am a Math Ph.D student with several years of tutoring experience. I think math is beautiful and am committed to helping students experience the joy of mathematical discovery for themselves! My approach to tutoring is the following: - identify [more]

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$40 per hour.

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I have covered almost all areas of Discrete Math through my current tutoring. I also hold a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics from Indiana University. I have logged nearly 1000+ hours tutoring with the majority of those hours spent on subjects covered in Discrete Math (probability, combinatorics, set theory). I also received an A in IU's Discrete Math course offered through the Computer Science department. I'm a recent grad from Indiana University's Math Department (BS in Mathematics Class of 2015). Besides collecting a good amount of math knowledge from my coursework at IU, I also spent man [more]

I took a discrete math course in college and earned an A+. I majored in math with a 3.97 GPA. I recently graduated from the University of Chicago with a master?s degree in physics as all but dissertation and a second master's degree in astronomy & astrophysics. I can tutor any physics, mathematics, or astronomy course except real analysis. I can also tutor elementary French, English, introductory psychology, and general chemistry. In addition to tutoring, I can teach beginning piano lessons. Flexible Hours: mornings, afternoons, evenings Convenient Locations: libraries, coffee shops, your [more]

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