- ← Previous
- Showing 1 to 10 of 21
- Next →

Will travel 15 miles

$95 per hour.

4.93 301 ratings

I tutored students at the Middle School and High School levels in this subject, both at a charter school and with an in-home tutoring company that does test preparation along with academic tutoring. I completed a degree in Physics from Yale University, and offer a number of years of experience as a teacher and tutor. I completed a degree in Physics from Yale University, and offer a number of years of experience as a teacher and tutor. I am also a freelance writer and consider myself as capable in the humanities (reading and writing skills) as in math and science. For the past four years, I [more]

I have tutored students in Discrete Math for over 15 years, both privately and for the Lexington Public school system as a Home/Hospital tutor. I truly enjoy and have been fortunate to have helped each student gain confidence, be successful learning Discrete Math, improve their grades and meet their goals. I am certified; my degree is in math. I have tutored students at all levels up through accelerated and all abilities, from struggling to gifted, as well as those with special needs. Do you want better grades and test scores? Do you want to get the most from your classes? Is something holding [more]

I have a degree in theoretical math from MIT and have taught discrete mathematics to students at most of Boston's colleges. I specialize in rigorous, high-level academic tutoring, test preparation, and enrichment for high school, college, and graduate students. I have ten years and thousands of hours of experience with students around the world. BIO: I studied theoretical math, literature, and philosophy at MIT and Harvard. My interests span the sciences and humanities. I've done labwork in molecular biology, biomedical engineering, cognitive neuroscience, and natural language processing at N [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$150 per hour.

4.98 259 ratings

I've studied Discrete Mathematics in College when I took Discrete Math I-II in preparation for graduate school. I'm finding a lot of computer science majors are required to take this course. Usually mathematical induction is the topic which leaves the student baffled and eager to seek a supplemental voice; I'm here to be that voice! Discrete Math I-II topics that I can help you with are the following: Basic Logic, Set Theory, Relations, Quantifiers, Algorithms, Counting Methods, De Morgan?s Law, Logical Connectives, Truth Tables, and Relationships Between Statements, Recurrence Relations, Gr [more]

I have been exposed to Discrete Mathematics since early high school, and have used a lot during my undergraduate studies, most notably in context of computer science. My exposure to it included Combinatorics, Graph Theory, etc. There was also some coverage of cryptography near the end of a college level course. As for the Number Theory, I was exposed most of the basic concepts from early middle school, and in high school, I attended PROMYS, which covered it at the college level. I haven't put Number theory to practical use very often, but did apply it during my college curriculum in math and [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$85 per hour.

4.97 605 ratings

As a physicist and computational scientist, my knowledge of applied mathematics incorporates many topics in discrete systems: logical grammar (if p then q); techniques of proofs; recursion relations, difference equations & their solutions; matrices operations; counting, combinatorics & probability; set theory and graph theory. My Ph.D. thesis had an exact, constrained enumeration as its springboard into statistical calculations. In order to simplify the resulting complex statistics, I reduced the problem to a graph for which I developed a kinetic model. I simulated kinetics on the graph and so [more]

I've tutored number theory since 2001. I also learned and used combinatorics and discrete probability theory in graduate school for research. However, I am not familiar with some topics in discrete mathematics such as information theory and graph theory. I've tutored a wide variety of students from 4th grade to Ph.D. level in many math and science disciplines. I've also co-led several writers' workshops, and I'm a professional writer and editor of math and science textbooks. My educational background is in biochemical engineering. I received a full academic scholarship to Penn State and an NSF [more]

I have taught discrete mathematics as an adjunct professor at Wentworth Institute. In addition, I have employed many of the topics of discrete mathematics (e.g., logic, matrix manipulation, graphs, combinatorics, probability) in my role as Principal Artificial Intelligence engineer at the Mitre Corporation. I have 13 years' experience teaching in university, high school, and community college settings. I also boast 30 years of industry experience as an applied mathematician. I have had many recent tutoring situations with students taking algebra, calculus, and statistics. Courses I have ta [more]

I have a B.S. In Math, am starting a Math PhD next year. I have strong proof and logic skills. Specifically, I have earned a computer science minor, in the course of which I took an honors discrete math and theory of computation course. I earned a B+. I have familiarity with discrete structures, recursive definitions, and most importantly, the logic and proof techniques underlying discrete math, like proof by induction, propositional calculus, predicates, quantifiers, implications, etc. These techniques are used throughout math, and I have high proficiency, and deep conceptual understandin [more]

I have successfully taught Decision Mathematics up to Year 13 in the English system which is analogous to Discrete Mathematics the overlap is about 90%. I am a mature and energetic teacher with much prior experience outside of teaching, which I use to bring relevance and insight to mathematics. I have also tutored one-to-one for nearly two decades, including both the most gifted of students and those who need help with the fundamentals. My aim is always to allow pupils to progress at the pace which best suits them - to move forward swiftly when possible but to slow down and consolidate wh [more]

- ← Previous
- Showing 1 to 10 of 21
- Next →