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I took graduate level coursework in graph theory and elementary number theory. I have a Master's in Mathematics where I used Discrete Math often. I have also taught a math class that included Discrete Math and quantum physics which also uses discrete math. I am confident I can help you learn math or physics. If physics or math is your major or just something you need help with I am here to help you. I am passionate about being an educator and would love to help you. I took graduate level coursework in graph theory and elementary number theory. For my degrees, I used Discrete Math often. I h [more]

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I am a current graduate student at Florida Gulf Coast University in Applied Mathematics. I received an A in Discrete Mathematics at FGCU. As an undergraduate, I tutored fellow classmates that were struggling in the subject, helping the class maintain a B average. I tutored two undergraduates last year in Discrete Mathematics successfully. When I tutor Discrete Math, most time is spent sitting beside a white board discussing different ways of imagining what the question is really asking. That's usually the most difficult part. Once a picture is in the students head, we go about sketching proofs [more]

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I am a Louisiana certified math teacher for grades 6-2. I am a National Board Certified math teacher: 6-young adults. I have a BS & MS degrees in mathematics and I have taught the course at different levels over the past 12 years (college & high school) honors & traditional. In my education pursuits, I have earned a post-master degree as Mathematics Education Specialist, a Master Degree in Public Administration, a Master and Bachelor Degrees in Mathematics. Currently, I am working on the dissertation segment for completing a doctorate degree in mathematics education. My mathematics te [more]

I completed and received an A in Discrete Mathematics--covering combinatorics, and the very, very basics of topology-- while an undergraduate at USNA. I went on to take (and receive A's in) courses in graph theory, logic and set theory, and probability. For my undergraduate capstone, I wrote a MATLAB code which identifies critical highways for evacuation in the San Francisco bay area via combinatoric pairings of adjacent communities on a G(N,A) representation of the area. My graduate studies included classes on coding network algorithms in more common languages, additional studies in probabili [more]

I have taught Discrete Math off and on over the years. I have tutored Discrete Math frequently. One of my goals as a tutor is to help you develop your ability to reason mathematically. Many students find their introductory discrete mathematics course to be significantly more challenging than courses they have previously taken. One reason for this is that one of the primary goals of this course is to teach mathematical reasoning and problem solving, rather than a discrete set of skills. As a tutor, I want to develop your problem solving abilities. Indeed, one of the primary goals of this c [more]

This branch of math, along with linear algebra, I used the most in my software engineering classes. And like Linear Algebra, it comes well after I have already had to learn most of it on my own before taking the actual class. However, I did make an A in the class, and I did help other students who were struggling with this subject. The class setting, while clearly the most efficient way to teach multiple students at once, is unfortunately not the most effective way. One method of teaching the material is often used, but as we have learned over the years, every student learns and understands di [more]

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