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Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.94 90 ratings

Discrete Mathematics is one of my favorite subjects in math. It is the math topics class for upper division math students. I loved taking it and I have been tutoring it for the last decade. I have tutored many students from California State Channel Islands, as well students from Cal Lutheran in Discrete Math. This class is one that teaches you the language of mathematics in proofs, combinatorics, beginning number theory and more! Each teacher has a specific section of discrete they like to focus on, so each semester is a new and happy challenge. [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$55 per hour.

5.0 234 ratings

During my time at University of California Santa Cruz I took Number Theory Math 110 and Graph Theory Math 115 because I was minoring in Theoretical Computer Science and these were perfect electives to satisfy the required courses to complete the Pure Math track. A huge part of the number theory course is modulo arithmetic, which is one of the foundations of discrete mathematics and another was Graph Theory which entailed matrix theory and many proofs involving trees. I also tutored many peers in my class and made friends in the Computer Science department that were taking the actual class cal [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$65 per hour.

4.9 318 ratings

Discrete mathematics is particularly fun and intuitive subject for students that has useful application in the real world. I've personally used linear programming to solve a particular banking problem. In fact my PhD in Business Quantitative Analysis from the University of Wisconsin employs many of these topics. In addition I have obtained BA degree with a major in math from Dartmouth College as well as an MA in math and MBA also from the University of Wisconsin. Finally I am an excellent tutor with instructional experience at the high school and college levels [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

1.0 1 ratings

I have tutored a couple students in discrete math. While I haven't taught discrete math, I have taught some of the topics that are covered in discrete math, including induction and proof techniques. Discrete math is one of my favorite subjects because it includes a wide variety of topics that are foundational for abstract mathematics, including logic, set theory, and proof techniques. Because of this, I still regularly use knowledge and skills that I first learned in discrete math. I have 10 years experience teaching math at the college level, and five years of tutoring experience prior t [more]

Will travel 0 miles

$50 per hour.

4.95 615 ratings

I tutor virtually all math through Calculus. Though Discrete Math does not usually deal with Calculus, it concerns itself with topics such as integers, sets, graphs, and logic with which I am very familiar. I have tutored Finite Math with involves many Discrete Math topics also. My Master's degree in Computer Science also dealt with Discrete Math topics such as computer algorithms, programming languages, etc. Over many years it has been a thrill to see my students increase their grades in math, science and English as well as their scores on the SAT and ACT tests. I enjoy seeing students get [more]

I have TAed a discrete math course (Math 61) at UCLA and tutored several students in the relevant material at various points. I'm John. :) I graduated from the University of Washington with a BS in Math and I am currently studying for my PhD in math at UCLA. In university, I came to realize how a good teacher can make hard material easy and also how a bad material can make even the simplest material difficult. The best instructors I had were the ones who would deal with my questions even if they were a bit outside the scope of the class, rather than those who would cut me off and say "that's n [more]

Discrete math is the fundamental and one of the first requirements in the field of computer engineering. I took this class in the first semester and have used it throughout my degree. I've got an "A" in this course also. I have used discrete math in 5 different courses. These are the subjects that I've covered: -Logic: application & propositional equivalence -Predicates and Quantifier; Nested Quantifiers -Sets; Set Operations -Functions; Sequence & Summation I've earned my B.S. degree in Computer Engineering from Cal State Long Beach. I was a math tutor in my community college. I have done [more]

I have taken 5 discrete mathematics classes in my undergraduate program, one was undergraduate and the others were graduate level. I have always had a passion for combinatorics and I am familiar even with current research in most discrete math fields. Not only have I studied this subject for a long time, but I have also taught students at the college level with great success. I am a recent graduate from Caltech, where I studied mathematics. My interests range from the sciences to humanities, focusing especially on math, physics, and philosophy. I am currently focusing on research, and attendin [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$36 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

Successfully passed a MATH 8 equivalent course in University of Nevada, Las Vegas. I am a former College of Southern Nevada and UNLV math tutor. I tutor students in Algebra, pre-Calculus, single or multi-variable Calculus and Linear Algebra. Calculus II is my favorite subject. I am majoring in Finance Math and Statistics. Hi, my name is Amir and I am a former College of Southern Nevada and UNLV math tutor. I tutor students in Algebra, pre-Calculus, single or multi-variable Calculus and Linear Algebra. Calculus II is my favorite subject. I am majoring in Financial Mathematics and Statistic [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$299 per hour.

5.0 8 ratings

I am familiar with the following subjects which are part of discrete mathematics and I have tutored students in these subjects over the past twenty years. They are set theory, Venn diagrams, and tree diagrams; probability theory where the sample space is either finite or countably infinite; permutations and combinations (where an example of a combination problem is computing the number of ways we can select a committee of three if we select from a set of five people -- the answer is C53 = C52 = 5(4)/( (2)(1)) = 10); random variables where the set of realizations of the random variables are fi [more]

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