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Will travel 5 miles

$75 per hour.

4.96 268 ratings

Combinatorics was one of my favorite subjects in college and I enjoyed taking three courses on it in the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics program. I wrote my senior thesis in combinatorial design theory. I took and was a TA for advanced combinatorics classes in graduate school. I have tutored students both for discrete math classes for computer science majors (covering things like Turing machines) and discrete mathematics classes which are alternatives to calculus (emphasizing things like proofs by induction and Euclid's algorithm). [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.9 10 ratings

As a graduate student at The University of Rhode Island (URI), I aced courses in combinatorics, probability, abstract algebra, set theory, topology, logic, and finite projective geometry. I am currently involved in discrete mathematical research, specifically to establish meaningful relationships between discrete and continuous dynamical systems. I've been successful at this task for dynamical systems generated by a homogeneous map on the punctured plane. I'm working to extend this result to linear combinations of such maps. I must acknowledge that I am not by any means an expert in graph theo [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$40 per hour.

4.92 165 ratings

I have taken one semester of Discrete Math, plus two semesters of advanced analysis and one of complex analysis for which the tools learn in such a class are implemented. I received an A for each of those courses. I have a B.S. in both Applied Mathematics and Earth Science. I have two bachelor's degrees, one in Applied Mathematics and one in Earth Science. I am currently attending Brown university to obtain a PhD in Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences with a focus in oceanography. For mathematics, my strengths are in calculus, linear algebra and ODE/PDE. For earth science, I general [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$55 per hour.

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I was an Applied Math major and was required to take Discrete Math/Logic. I received a 100% in the course, taught in the tutoring center, and helped write a solution manual for the instructor. I also took an Abstract Algebra course which relies on the material from Discrete Math and received a 100% in that course as well. I have a degree in Applied Mathematics from Southern New Hampshire University. I have been a tutor for 20 years, specializing in standardized tests, high school and college math, high school science, college physics, and tutoring many other subjects including Excel, Word, com [more]

In Early Childhood discrete math means using countable sets, whether finite or infinite. These include algorithms and real problems. Students study whole numbers or integers which are rational numbers. This includes positive (and negative) numbers, zero ~ all counting numbers. As early as Kindergarten students are introduced to rational numbers expressed as a quotient of a fraction ~ i.e., The pie is cut in four pieces. I ate one piece. That's one part of 4 parts of the pie. Expressed as: 1/4 Taught as simply as that. [more]

I taught an Introduction to Discrete Mathematics course at Elms College (Chicopee MA) in 1994. Also I came across many of the topics encountered in Discrete Mathematics in the various Computer Science courses that I taught at Rhode Island College (Providence RI, 1981 - 1984) and at Elms College (Chicopee MA, 1990 - 1994). I also came across many of the topics encountered in Discrete Mathematics in a math course (Topics in Mathematics) that I tutored at Holyoke Community College (Holyoke MA, 2002 - 2014) . [more]

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