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Will travel 40 miles

$80 per hour.

4.92 636 ratings

I have years of experience in discrete math. I took a number of courses in the subject. I've used the concepts during my years as a programmer and have tutored many students in the subject. I have a PhD in Economics from UCDavis and a Masters in Mathematics. I have a broad background in Math/Science and Economics. I have taught a number of courses and have previously worked as a GRE/GMAT/SAT/ACT instructor. I am well regarded as an excellent instructor and am able to deal with students with a wide range of abilities in math, finance and economics. I worked a number of years as a data analyst a [more]

I have many years of experience with application of discrete math in development of computer programs. I have studied and developed algorithms for encryption and many other purposes. I have studied logic and metamathematics at U.C. Berkeley. I have taught logic and set theory at U.C. Berkeley and Cal State University at Chico. Hi! I'm enthusiastic about helping young people become outstanding students by assisting with writing skills and tutoring in math and physics. I'm most interested in improving reasoning and communication skills essential for academic success. I prefer to work with famili [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.76 529 ratings

I have taught Discrete Math (Math 42) during Fall 2008 at San Jose State U. Also, I have a Ph.D. in Math and my research area/Master Thesis is closely related to Discrete Math. Local (Pleasanton/Dublin/San Ramon) HS have finals this week. The winter break of 3 week will be a good time to preview for next semester or fill in what your children has missed. Many students have not learned well from their teachers for various reasons including compatibility, inadequate preparations of teachers and/or textbook (esp. from CPM), time-constraints of students and adaptation to new course. Please cont [more]

I received an A+ in my undergraduate Discrete Mathematics course at UC Berkeley. I use discrete math frequently when performing amortized analysis on computer programs. I also use discrete structures when finding approximate solutions to integrals in both physics and calculus. Just for fun, I like to re-derive formulas like Gauss' method for summing the numbers from 1 to n (there are n/2 pairs of numbers that sum to n + 1, therefore the answer is n*(n + 1)/2, cool right?). I am recent graduate of UC Berkeley's College of Engineering. While in school I studied a variety of disciplines including [more]

Will travel 2 miles

$50 per hour.

4.93 86 ratings

I have experience tutoring students in introduction to proofs, discrete math, and elementary combinatorics and probability classes. I have taken graduate level courses in advanced linear algebra, modern algebra, and the algorithm design. I am currently tutoring AP statistics, undergraduate probability and statistics, linear models, computational statistics or data science courses that use R, and related mathematical topics such as linear algebra, and discrete math. I specialize in tutoring data science flavored courses taught using the R language. I have a graduate degree in mathematics and [more]

I received a BS in Applied Mathematics and Professional Chemistry. Advanced coursework includes Calculus (I, II, & III), Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Advanced Calculus, Programming in Mathmatica, Numerical Analysis, Experimental Design, Statistical Sampling, and Probability/Statistics. I also have four years of instructional assistance experience in mathematics at Butte College. During this time at Butte College, I also tutored students in mathematics (finite business and calculus), biology, chemistry, English, and physics; this was accomplished in a multi-disciplinary (science/ma [more]

I majored in mathematical and computational sciences at Stanford in 2006 and have been tutoring up to AB calculus and statistics for 14 years. Statistics was about 1/3 of my math major, and I made an A in my number theory class which had a cryptography portion. Probability (especially combinatorics) is one of my favorite concepts to teach. Almost all of my kids have raised their scores by at least one letter grade. I have been tutoring students for 14 years in California, Manhattan, England and Houston, TX. All of my students raise their scores by at least a letter grade. SAT students hav [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.94 234 ratings

Discrete math includes topics such as summation with sigma notation, mathematical induction (both weak and strong), combinatorics, and graph theory. These are all subjects I have studied extensively in a variety of settings: in courses I took on the way to receiving my bachelor's degree in math, in my work over the past 30+ years tutoring students who were dealing with these topics in their courses, and privately just for my own pleasure. I have already enjoyed considerable success tutoring these topics outside the WyzAnt system, and I am eminently qualified to pursue these topics with WyzAnt [more]

Will travel 6 miles

$25 per hour.

4.99 194 ratings

I have a background as an actuary and MBA training. Therefore, I have experience with many of the areas of discrete math typically encountered in introductory college coursework: set theory, combinatorics, probability theory, matrices and operations research. There is no one way to learn. Rote memorization is at one end of the spectrum and instantaneous complete understanding and insight of the topic is at the other end. There is a lot in between. People do not learn everything the same way - their own ability to learn changes from moment to moment and subject to subject. Sometimes m [more]

Will travel 1 miles

$60 per hour.

4.69 13 ratings

I have a BA in Mathematics from UC Berkeley. Discrete Math is an introduction to all of the mathematics that is used in computer science. Not the math that you might solve using a computer; rather, the math that led to the existence of computers in the first place, and that helps you analyze how to write programs about non-mathematical subjects, and that helps you analyze how well a program works. It gets you started on a huge number of different subjects: algebra, logic, graph theory, automata theory, formal language theory ... just to name a very few! This might seem intimidating. But I [more]

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