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Discrete mathematics is concerned with the relationships among mathematical structures that are discrete instead of continuous. For example, the arithmetic of integers would be a topic in discrete mathematics, whereas the arithmetic of all real numbers is in the realm of continuous mathematics. Broadly speaking, the topics in discrete mathematics include, but are not limited to, the following: logic, proofs, set theory, number theory, linear algebra, graph theory, probability, permutations and combinations, algorithms, and computability theory. I have experience in these areas through my un [more]

I am a licensed secondary teacher. I have taught and tutored pre-algebra, algebra, algebra 2, geometry and calculus at the middle and high school levels. I have also tutored a number of adults with college algebra and statistics. The adults I tutored unanimously agreed that their fear of algebra was silly once we started working together. All earned "A's" in college algebra. "But that's easy!" is the response I hope for and often get when I teach. I have been a licensed secondary (grades 6-12) teacher for over ten years. My first career was as a military officer. For some reason, when I retir [more]

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Discrete math is used extensively in digital signal processing. It was required by all graduate students in Electrical Engineering at BYU were I earned my degree. I also used discrete math as an undergraduate in my course work for Electrical and Computer Engineering where I graduated Cum Laude. I took separate classes in the study of algorithms, combinatorics (permutations/combination), graph theory, and order/lattices, passing each course with an A- or higher. I have tutored hundreds of students in math, science, and engineering over the past 30 years. I worked in the BYU Math Lab to pay m [more]

As an undergraduate at UTA, I have taken discrete mathematics and advanced discrete mathematics. I did well in both courses, and I thoroughly enjoyed the material. I've worked in a tutoring or teaching role for most of my adult life, and I love helping other people learn! While earning my B.S. in math, I worked in my university's math clinic, tutoring a variety of (math) subjects, and while I was in graduate school I was a teaching assistant in the math department for two years, and for one year I worked in a high school geometry classroom, both enriching the students' education and my abilit [more]

In the Spring semester of 2014, I took MATH 210 which is Discrete Math and my final grade is A. I really enjoyed the course and I want to share my experience with the students who need my support. I majored in Secondary Math Education at Salisbury University and I am certified to teach math 7-12. I have worked as a Math Tutor at Salisbury University as well as the Supplemental Instructor in Calculus II. I have finished a 100 day internship at both the middle and high school teaching Algebra II and Geometry as well as 6th grade math. I love Math and teaching. I can teach Math from the beginner' [more]

I studied Discrete Math in college in my Discrete Math and Combinatorics classes, prior to obtaining my B.A. in Mathematics with a 3.93 GPA. I have also actively used discrete math concepts in my graduate studies in statistics and in the past 10 years of practical application of statistics and probability. First and foremost, I am a teacher that always finds a way to connect to each individual's way of thinking, always striving to find the words of explanation that make a concept click for them. I have experience as a statistics lecturer at Ohio State, and also as a working statistician in th [more]

I majored in engineering and minored in math. My career was in telecom/computers with extensive mathematical analytics. I tutor almost any college and high school math course. I get a thrill in watching the light turn on students' heads when they see how easy math can be once it's explained properly to them. I hear "My child has this or that learning problem..." but I've not met one yet that can't improve. I instill a lot of CONFIDENCE IN MATH in them. I've always tutored my 2 daughters... [more]

Last year, I worked a hundred or so Discrete Math questions simply to review the subject for future students. While earning my Math degree, I took a course titled Advanced Discrete Math, a course titled Logic and a Computer Science course titled Theoretical Concepts. The degree included 21 more hours of Computer Science which included applications of discrete math such as Boolean Algebra, recursion and Venn diagrams. Hello, It's great to hear from you. I really enjoy tutoring and am looking forward to working with you. Whether you dislike math, have forgotten it, or simply need to brush up [more]

I studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. One of the many classes I took was discrete mathematics and received an A in that course. I am very good at math, and even though it has been years since I have taken that course, I have been tutoring students in all levels of math independently since I left college and have never met a student that I couldn't help. I am a new tutor to this website, but I have been tutoring and helping others for years on my own. I would be happy to provide references to anyone who needs them. My love for the subject of math, physics, [more]

I double majored in economics and mathematics at the University of Arkansas. I received an A in my Discrete Mathematics course and a GPA average higher than 3.5 in my mathematics courses. Hello, I have recently moved to the DFW area to begin my career as a quantitative analyst for a large company--and to be honest, I miss teaching/tutoring. I have extensive experience as a teacher and a tutor. As an undergraduate student, I was a supplemental instructor for economics and tutored in math. I continued to tutor on the side in graduate school while I studied economics and was also a teacher's assi [more]

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