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I have a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and Master's Degree in Secondary Education (Mathematics). I have 27 years of teaching experience at the high school and college levels (including Discrete Math) and am currently teaching HS Algebra 2 and Physics. Hello. I am a math and physics teacher at a local high school with 27 years of teaching experience. Most of my career has been spent teaching math, physics, and chemistry at the high school level but I have experience teaching middle school as well as experience as an adjunct lecturer at Northern Kentucky University. I am comfortable teachi [more]

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My University B.A degree from the University of California is Computational Mathematics, and I had to take upper division courses in discrete math. Discrete math is the study of mathematical structures and functions that are "discrete" instead of continuous. Being a Certified mathematics Teacher, grades 6-12, I have taught high school mathematics for many years. I have also been teaching various courses in math and French to University students as well. I am very patient and understand that some students have a fear of mathematics, often due to a lack of understanding the basics. Students ofte [more]

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I completed coursework at ASU in Discrete Mathematics and learned the language such as "there exists" and "for all". I learned problem-solving techniques to write proofs and express logic as it relates to computational science. I hold a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Masters in Geographic Information Systems from Arizona State University. As an undergrad, I studied Computers, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Engineering and Technical Communications. My expertise is in High Level Programming Languages, Operating Systems, Computer Networks, Logic, and Information Sciences. Addi [more]

I took Discrete Math my freshman year of college. I also took Transition to Higher Math in my sophomore year, which covered many of the same topics (logic, set theory, graph theory, combinatorics, and so on). Beyond that, these topics came up many times in other courses such as topology and abstract algebra. I have also taken courses in Computer Science, which reinforced the areas of Discrete Math on algorithms and asymptotic analysis. I have over four years of experience teaching math and three years of experience tutoring math. I have a Math degree from the University of Rochester and a Comp [more]

I taught discrete mathematics in my 5th grade classroom. It was part of our Arizona state standards. I have been a teacher for the last four years. I taught Singapore math those four years. I like working with students who face challenges in math and need a different approach. Singapore uses visual methods to teach why math works. I feel this helps a student to understand the math behind the problem and helps them to learn. I live in the North Phoenix area by the Paradise Valley mall. ... [more]

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I have a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering with a mathematics minor from Marquette University. I have tutored math up to calculus, and physics, etc. for five years at Paradise Valley Community College. At the time I had received Level I and level II tutoring certificates required by the Maricopa community college system. I also tutored for CLUB Z, a private tutoring service in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. I was also a substitute teacher in the Paradise Valley unified school system And the Scottsdale unified school system. [more]

My undergrad degree is in Discrete Mathematics. This is the subject of how "finitely separated" things interact with each other. It includes understanding Linear Algebra (Matrices, systems of equations) as well as basic LifeSkills that do not require Calculus (i.e. continuous mathematics). Without a firm understanding of the discrete side of our universe (after all, continuous math/calculus is simply an idealization of how things should work, not how they are), Calculus can never be fully understood! [more]

At ASU, I have currently taken Math Structures (intro. to proof writing), Advanced Calculus (Introduction to Mathematical Analysis which is basically beginning proving calculus), Cryptography I (which has lots of number Theory), and introduction to Abstract Algebra as of Dec. 2013. All of these subjects cover more than 4/5th's of discrete mathematics. I have also tutored and have done review sessions(reviewed in front of a class of 30 or so students for their discrete math exam) at ASU for Discrete Mathematics. [more]

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