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Discrete math is a broad term for the study of mathematical objects that are discrete (i.e. separate or countable) by nature. Examples include integers, graphs, sets, and sequences. I took a series of classes at Caltech in discrete math, which were some of the best classes I had there because they covered such a range of topics, including logic, combinatorics, and number theory. These topics permeate many of the subjects I've tutored. Hi, my name is Grant. I graduated from the California Institute of Technology in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied and Computational Math. After [more]

My degree is from RPI in Theoretical Mathematics, and thus included taking Discrete Mathematics as well as a variety of other proof-writing courses (Number Theory, Graph Theory, and Markov Chains to name a few). I absolutely love writing proofs and thinking problems out abstractly. I favor the Socratic Method of teaching, asking questions of the student to help him/her find her/his own way through the problem rather than telling what the next step is. This way the student not only learns how to solve a specific proof, but ways to approach proofs that will work on problems the student has never [more]

I have experience in teaching and tutoring the following concepts in discrete mathematics: Set Theory Number Theory including prime numbers and prime factoring Combinations and Permutations Binary code and hexidecimal conversion Game theory. Linear algebra. (Cramer's Rule) Sample space (decision tree) I am a highly qualified tutor for all ages and levels of Math.<br /><br />Here are my credentials:<br />I have earned an M.B.A. (graduating with honors) from Drexel University. I have recent experience as an Adjunct Professor of Statistics and Intermediate Algebra. I have specific experie [more]

I have taken a course in discrete math at Rutgers University and have tutored undergraduates in discrete math. I am scheduled to begin PhD study at University of Delaware in the Fall 2013 and will likely specialize in something related to number theory/combinatorics. Discrete math is of course a vast branch of mathematics, and I look forward to brushing up on anything I may be unfamiliar with, on my own time, prior to any Wyzant appointments. I have been tutoring since 2007 at the middle school, high school, and college level. I am College Reading and Learning Association Level 1 Certified. At [more]

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I have tutored Discrete Math at the University of Cambridge. I have been tutoring SAT math and high school math for the past ten years. For the past five years, I have taught math courses (such as logic, topology, abstract algebra, and number theory) to undergraduates at the University of Cambridge, where I received my PhD. I am now a math professor. I love teaching and I love learning. I will guide students step by step through whatever material students wish to master, so that students understand it inside and out. Please let me know what I can do t... [more]

My teaching certificate for secondary school mathematics was earned in 1981, renewed in 1991, in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, where I taught in the 1980s. My college training and my experience as a teacher included Discrete Mathematics as a subject. I taught Discrete Math in Delaware (2010-2014) on a reciprocal teaching certificate issued in 2012, based on my California teaching certificate (issued for life in 1969) and my Kentucky certificate. I have a BA, two MAs, and a PhD. I also taught at Cabrini College, University of Oregon, and the University of Kentucky at the undergraduate and gr [more]

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I have nearly completed a PhD in math with a heavy emphasis in computer algebra. I am a world-renowned expert in the computer-algebra system and language Maple. I have tutored discrete math many times. I've nearly completed a PhD in math (with a heavy emphasis towards the computer science side of math) from the University of Delaware. I have 25+ years of solid experience tutoring college-level math, statistics, and math-related business courses, having mostly financed my education that way. I also have 7+ years experience teaching college math, primarily calculus. I have 5 years experience wor [more]

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Discrete mathematics is the study of mathematical structures that are fundamentally discrete rather than continuous. I have taken multiple discrete mathematics courses during my college years, and I continue to increase my understanding of the subject. I use discrete mathematics in my daily job, working with computers and software. I have always loved learning and teaching. Seeing a student learn a new topic through studying and hard work is an extremely rewarding benefit of being a tutor. This is why I do this. I specialize in two areas of tutoring: math and computer science. I use math [more]

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I teach Discrete Math (MTH 226) at Burlington County College. This subject includes topics in the areas of logic, proofs, combinatorics, functions and relations, and graphs. Hi. My name is Bob, and I have been a college Math instructor for more than 14 years, over 7 years full-time. What I enjoy most is seeing students learn and master math subjects and succeeding in taking standardized tests. I have tutored high school, college students, and working adults for more than 2000 hours over 13 years (this includes more than 500 hours with WyzAnt). Subjects include all high school MATH courses [more]

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I am currently doing my thesis in probabilistic combinatorics, but I also study the algebraic side as time allows. Additionally, at the time of writing in the summer of 2017, I am teaching discrete math at Drexel University. There is something that I call the "Aha!" moment. It's the look on a student's face when they comprehend something they've been struggling to understand. It's not quite the same look with everybody; some students get widened eyes, while others grunt approvingly while smiling. Whatever the variation, the look is unmistakable, and it's the look I anticipate in every meeting. [more]

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