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I took a discrete math course in college and received an A. The course was counted toward my minor in math that I got along with my math-heavy mechanical engineering degree. Hello! I graduated summa cum laude with a 4.0 GPA from Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania in May of 2009 with a Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and a minor in math. In high school I was a national merit finalist and scored a perfect 1600 on my SAT. I took the GRE in 2008, attaining a perfect math score of 800 and similarly high scores for the verbal and analytic sections. I worked for three years as a syst [more]

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I have a bachelor's of science in mathematics from Penn State, and because of that I am thoroughly, thoroughly qualified to tutor discrete math (at least the discrete math I'm about to mention). At Penn State, discrete math was an introduction to proofs. Discrete math topics included: truth tables (Cayley tables), proof formats (direct proof, proof by contradiction, proof by contraposition, etc.), an introduction to the basic sets of numbers (natural, integers, rational, irrational, real), equivalence classes (partitions of the numbers, modular arithmetic), and there was a whole lot of practic [more]

I was a mathematics major in college. Although I myself never took a discrete mathematics course, I was able to successfully tutor a student in a 200-level proof-intensive course in discrete mathematics. I currently have the notes from the course if I ever need to refresh my memory. I've tutored and taught mathematics and physics in a lot of different contexts. Right now, I'm working as a mathematics teaching assistant at the University of Buffalo, but I've also worked as a lecturer for a five-week course in pre-calculus, as a tutor for an academic opportunity program at my college, and as an [more]

I received As in both my Foundations of Mathematics and Combinatorics classes. I have strong proof-writing skills and have educated classmates and other students in this topic. I find the best way to tutor in discrete math is to tune the student's problem solving approach and proof techniques. Greetings! I'm Douglas, a mathematics teacher at The Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, NY. I hold a B.S. in mathematics with a minor in philosophy and I absolutely love communicating math at all levels! I spent 3 years tutoring mathematics for my undergraduate institution, Allegheny College, and another 2 y [more]

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After taking Bridge to Abstract Math / Logic, Set Theory, and Proofs at Canisius, Discrete Math is the same. I've tutored students in both courses and the material that is covered in Discrete Math is the same as the basic ideas of the Logic, Set Theory, and Proofs course that I took. I received my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics in June 2012 from Canisius College in Buffalo, NY. I also received my Master's degree in Mathematics in June 2015 from the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT. I have teaching and tutoring experience in most levels of math (with the exception of statistics and any [more]

I am a graduate student and have taken a course in discrete math (combinatorics). Taking algebra and analysis courses also has exposed me to application of discrete math. So, I have had plenty of exposure to the subject. I have also tutored several students in discrete math. There are many counting techniques in discrete math. A permutation of letters is any arrangement of them in a row. The rule to calculate the number of permutations in "number" is similar but different than the rule to calculate the number of permutations in "repetition." The difference is that the letters in "number [more]

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