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Will travel 13 miles

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I was a Discrete Math TA at UCSD for 2 years and I became a TA in September 2013 immediately after taking the discrete math course and passing with an A. I can teach a variety of topics including: logic, quantifiers, proofs, graphs, sets, relations, induction and more. I graduated from UCSD in Computer Engineering with a 3.75 GPA. During my undergraduate, I was an undergraduate TA for three years for numerous Computer Science courses including data structures, discrete math, computation theory, and much more. I also did some private tutoring for a year after I graduated in the San Diego Area. [more]

Will travel 20 miles

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I have an undergraduate degree in Computer Science and Math, Masters, and PhD in Computer Science. I took Discrete Math during my undergrad and received an A in the subject. In addition, I tutored related computational math courses during my PhD program. I've been a teacher's assistant during my Master and PhD program, focusing on upper division Math and Computer Science courses. My favorite subject to teach is Math, and with my background, I've discovered that there are many different ways to teach concepts in math, and these different perspectives can be useful in helping students unders [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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I am comfortably tutor students an introductory course in discrete mathematics. The goal of this course is to introduce students to ideas and techniques from discrete mathematics that are widely used in science and engineering. I can teach the students techniques in how to think logically and mathematically and apply these techniques in solving problems. To achieve this goal, students will learn logic and proof, sets, functions, as well as algorithms and mathematical reasoning. Key topics involving relations, graphs, trees, and formal languages and computability are covered in this course. [more]

When I was in college, I had to take discrete math twice. In order to understand the deep side of the computer science, discrete math is very important because of proof of induction. We take a step to have a theory that can be applied to the computation of algorithm. At this point, discrete math comes to play in a role that we break down the theory with a reasonable mathematical formula to prove the theory step by step. I can help you to break down the proof of concepts to judge whether it can be possible or not. I graduated from the University of California, Davis with a Bachelor's degree in [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$55 per hour.

4.89 317 ratings

I have tutored students in the area of Discrete Mathematics for over five years. It is one of the core parts of the undergraduate mathematics curriculum at my university. I can help with simple tricks to build up arithmetic skills, explain how sets and numbers work, from fractions to exponents. I will help make this subject both rewarding and fun. I have an undergraduate degree from CSU Fullerton in Mathematics and Statistics with a Finance Cognate. I helped run the Math tutoring lab for almost 5 years, and have been tutoring for longer than that, having worked for 3 different companies before [more]

I took CSCI 190, Discrete Math Applied to CS, at Mount San Antonio College during the Winter 2013 session, and it is equivalent to UC Berkeley's Math 55, Discrete Math. I love to help students learn basic proof techniques that are essential for success in advanced math courses. If you are having difficulty with proofs, please don't hesitate to reach out to me. Hello! My name is Hugo, and I am a math and statistics tutor. I earned my Bachelor's degrees in applied mathematics and statistics from the University of California, Berkeley. I have tutored math and statistics at Mount San Antonio Colle [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$48 per hour.

4.82 83 ratings

As a graduate student, I completed classes in Discrete Math and Combinatorics, and applied many of these principles in other courses. Discrete mathematics includes a wide variety of topics relating to mathematics of discrete values, as opposed to continuous values. These include, but are not limited to combinatorics, set theory, probability, number theory and Diophantine equations, and graph theory. There are various applications in algebra geometry and calculus, and I can assist with these. I have been teaching high school math for 13 years, and I am authorized to teach mathematics through [more]

I have received a MA degree in mathematics science from University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), and I have taken discrete math/linear algebra when I was attending UTA. Both courses show on my UTA transcript. I have taught several classes on these two subjects. I taught discrete math at Henry Cogswell college located in Everest, WA. Also, I taught several algebra classes using theories and concepts derived from linear algebra. I have a degree of MA in mathematics and a degree of MS in computer science. I have earned both degrees from the University of Texas at Arlington. For my teaching bac [more]

I have received my bachelor of science in mechanical engineering and my master's and PhD in biomedical engineering. I have taken multiple advanced courses on Discrete Math and believe I am qualified to teach this subject. I have received my BS degree in mechanical engineering and my MS and PhD degrees in biomedical engineering from UC Irvine. Currently, I am an engineer and a postdoctoral research scientist at UC Irvine biomedical engineering department. I have extensive background in teaching/tutoring engineering/mathematical courses and have had the opportunity to teach and mentor students f [more]

Took discrete math at college with an A+. I was also a tutor for the same class for one quarter. The session was hired by the school and I hosted 4 sessions with 1-4 students per section. I was an MSI tutor and subject tutor at UC Santa Cruz for Calculus A, Calculus B, Linear Algebra, and Computer Engineering (upper division logic design class using Xillix for lab work). An MSI tutor is required to attend lecture and teaches a larger group of students while subject tutor only teaches a small group of students. I was also a lab tutor for the computer engineering class that I mentioned earlier. [more]

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