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Will travel 15 miles

$500 per hour.

4.97 442 ratings

Discrete math includes a wide variety of mathematical topics and is utilized heavily in computer science. I have taken discrete math at the college level and am very familiar with set theory, sequences, matrices, and graph theory. Hello students and parents, My name is Justin, and I am a software engineer at Google in NYC. In my spare time, I do private tutoring with a specialization in math, computer science, and SAT/ACT prep. I enjoy working with students and sharing my passion for math & CS. It is always my goal to not only help students understand the concepts, but also to make things fun [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$79 per hour.

4.85 126 ratings

I am a graduate college student. I have taken Discrete Math and will work with you and research answers to help you in any way I can. If you hire me as your tutor, you bring a sharpened pencil (or two). Math is learned by doing. So when I tutor you, you will be doing (almost) all of the writing. I will explain the concepts and show you how to do the work, but you will do it. This way, you will remember how to do it better. I can teach or tutor nearly any math, at any level, including: Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, and all levels of Calculus (and even a few higher math [more]

I have been teaching algebra and geometry to elementary school students, all the way up to graduate students for advanced mathematical coursework. I particularly enjoy covering applications of discrete mathematics to probability theory and computer science. I also enjoy working with discrete geometry and linear algebra which have applications to game design and computer graphics. I am a data scientist and educational advisor to students and professionals who would like to strengthen their quantitative skills for their exams and careers. I focus on building strong foundations so students unders [more]

I tutored for a discrete math course at Hunter College, CUNY. The content was basic set theory (venn diagrams, etc.), combinatorics and concepts from probability such as definition of probability (including frequency perspective), computing probability of compound events, probability trees, conditional probability and Bayes rule, disjoint vs independent events, and basic meaning of expectation and expected value. I feel very comfortable with these concepts and can explain them clearly. Hi! My name is Natan and I am a math tutor. I graduated with a B.A. in mathematics from Cornell University a [more]

I am currently a Ph.D. student and teaching assistant at Stevens Insitute of Technology, having previously graduated from NYU's Courant Institute for Mathematics with a Master's in Science. I am proficient in the teaching of all subjects at the high school and undergraduate level. I have been involved in the tutoring of peers and younger classmates in mathematics since high school. I have experience in tutoring high-school algebra and geometry, precalculus, calculus, and statistics, as well ... [more]

I am proficient in graph theory and have experience with algebraic graph theory as a result of an undergraduate research project, where the adjacency and Laplacian matrices were studied extensively. I am comfortable with Boolean algebra and combinatorial logic. I understand the principle of mathematical induction and how to apply it to develop combinatorial arguments, particularly to determine the closed form expressions. I am an inquisitive student of the seemingly disparate disciplines of mathematics and music. I am currently a Pure Mathematics PhD student at the CUNY Graduate Center in Manh [more]

Much of my Discrete Math experience comes from the number of mathematics competitions (MathCounts, Math24, ARML, AMC, USAMO) that I have competed in, though I also took a formal Number Theory course at Franklin and Marshall College, through the John's Hopkins University CTY program. If you are a graduate, undergraduate, or high school student in New York City seeking tutoring in mathematics or physics, look no further because I'm your guy! I graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University back in 2012, double majoring in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering. I ventured out to the Unive [more]

I took Discrete Math at Swarthmore College and received an A-. I later took courses such as Probability Theory, Mathematical Statistics, and Introductory Computer Science that further expanded on topics introduced in Discrete Math. I received an A- in Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics and received an A in Introductory Computer Science. I grew up a little outside of Boston and recently graduated from Swarthmore College, a small liberal arts school outside of Philadelphia, where I majored in mathematics, minored in music, and ran on the cross country and track teams. I am now an ear [more]

My PhD dissertation includes topics in mathematical logic, set theory, group theory, and recursion theory. I also have 3 publications in refereed journals in those topics. I have taught undergraduate and graduate level courses in discrete mathematics including courses in mathematical logic and set theory. And I have tutored many students in discrete mathematics. I began tutoring students in mathematics when I was a sophomore in college. By the time I began college, I had already tutored more than 100 students, helping most of them to get 90's on all of their math tests. Throughout college a [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$41 per hour.

4.89 162 ratings

I've taken graduate and undergraduate courses on graph theory, combinatorial theory, and linear programming among others. I've co-taught a course at the Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins University on applied discrete mathematics. I work as an IP attorney in NY. I am a graduate of Rutgers who majored in Physics and Mathematics. I graduated from Emory Law School and specialized in intellectual property law. I have over 5 years of tutoring experience. I have also been a teacher at the Center For Talented Youth, through John Hopkins University, teaching rising 8th graders and high sc [more]

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