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Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.93 98 ratings

I have taught Discrete Math six times in the NC public school system. I developed most of the curriculum from scratch. I am very knowledgeable of the subject matter in this course. I offer tutoring for high school and middle school math including Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Common Core Math 1, 2, & 3, Intro to College Math (ICM), Advanced Functions & Modeling (AFM), and Discrete Math. I have been a high school math teacher and math tutor for over 15 years and I service Wake Forest, Youngsville, Franklinton, Creedmoor, Oxford, Butner, and surrounding areas. [more]

Discrete math is also referred to as Finite Math and encompasses a wide range of non-recurring math concepts(excluding calculus). Through taking and excelling at Finite Math, I have first hand experience of the concepts that are studied and what the professors' expectations are. As a tutor who specializes in Math, I can help students with this tricky subject which is a mixed bag of concepts. AFTER CALLING DC HOME FOR THE PAST 12 YEARS, EFFECTIVE JULY 20TH, I WILL BE MOVING TO NC. I AM STILL HOLDING SUMMER TUTORING LESSONS TIL THEN AND I AM OPEN TO ONLINE LESSONS AS WELL. I am a DC Public Cha [more]

I have a MS in mathematics and was a teaching assistant for discrete mathematics as a graduate student at the University of New Hampshire. I also took probability and several statistics courses along with many abstract algebra courses on the way to my MS degree. I have years of teaching and tutoring experience. I have taught at both the high school and collegiate level and I was an academic support specialist which is essentially a professional college tutor for years. I currently tutor MCAT prep for a major national tutor company and I am consistently very highly ranked and I was a Kaplan MC [more]

Will travel 28 miles

$56 per hour.

4.93 529 ratings

I have taught and tutored Discrete Mathematics on the high school and college levels. Additionally, some Discrete Math topics appear in Finite Mathematics and/or Statistics college courses. "Discrete" indicates that the topics use the Countable Numbers in Mathematics. The topics can vary from course to course. Some of the topics may include Set Theory, Number Theory, Graph Theory, Ways of Counting, Voter Theory, and Logic. My interest has always been in the teaching of mathematics, and how we learn and apply the tools of the subject. It has been interesting to observe and participate in [more]

I am a Master's Level Special Education teacher with over 25 years of professional experience,in addition,a B.S.degree in Psychology. I am am also certified in Early Intervention Birth-5, and as an ABE and GED instructor. I have worked in numerous teaching environments assisting students with diverse educational needs. I have managed a Family Resource Center, catering to the needs of Families with children from Birth to 5 years old. Over the course of my educational career, I have owned my o... [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$40 per hour.

4.91 78 ratings

I have taken a discrete math course at UNCW and passed. In this course I have studied graph theory, matrix operations and applications; linear programming, series and sequences and calculator-based programming. Hello, I graduated from UNCW class of 2004 with a B.S. degree in Mathematics and Statistics. I've been tutoring math for more than ten years and I am currently a math instructor at a community college going into my 6th year. As a youth minister at a church in Durham, NC, I have volunteered to tutor many young and older church members as well as people from in the community. I teach [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$125 per hour.

4.99 91 ratings

I have completed advanced mathematics coursework, including relevant topics in algebra, geometry, combinatorics, finite calculus, probability theory, differential equations, game theory, and discrete analogues of continuous mathematics. The following relevant topics pertain to my research work: logic, graph theory, decision theory, utility theory, and social choice theory. Andrew studied the basic and social sciences, searching for answers to some of life's biggest questions, including the role of nutrition in human health, the basis for human decision-making, and how to win in Monopoly. He ea [more]

Will travel 0 miles

$60 per hour.

4.96 248 ratings

As part of my undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia, I completed a required survey course in discrete mathematics, as well as courses in computation theory, algorithms, probability. I also completed a graduate course in graph theory at George Mason University, and I have completed several theoretical math courses that required extensive proof-writing practice, including real variables and algebra. I have 5+ years of experience in IT (primarily Network Engineering and Security Operations) roles at two of Northern Virginia's largest financial institutions, a Fortune 50 technology co [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I have been Substitute teaching Math, Algebra, Geometry, Differential Equations, Discrete Math, and Linear Algebra at Commonwealth Challenge Youth Academy for several years on a full time basis. I also ran the Tutor Department which I helped Cadets pass the GED Test. I am passionate about teaching and would love to hear from you soon. I have been substitute teaching for the past ten years while concentrating on running the tutor program at Commonwealth Challenge for the past two years. My passion for teaching and tutoring has enabled me to help students succeed. I have enjoyed tutoring Math, S [more]

In my time as an undergraduate, and later as a mathematics graduate student, I took and passed courses in number theory, modern algebra, and combinatorics. These constitute, on the whole, branches on the tree for which the Discrete Math course attempts to serve as basic stem. I have and currently do tutor students in the aforementioned courses, particularly first courses at the undergraduate level. My own philosophy with regard to this material is that the student must collect as many basic examples of each type of system/theorem/algorithm as possible, in order to learn to distinguish the r [more]

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