6 Discrete Math Tutors Found Near Scottsdale, AZ



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Virginie B.

Discrete Math Tutor

Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Will travel 10 miles

$70 per hour.

4.93 253 ratings

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Patient and Experienced Mathematics Teacher!

My University B.A degree from the University of California is Computational Mathematics, and I had to take upper division courses in discrete math. Discrete math is the study of mathematical structures and functions that are "discrete" instead of continuous. Being a Certified mathematics Teacher, grades 6-12, I have taught high school mathematics for many years. I have also been teaching various courses in math and French to University students as well. I am very patient and understand that some students have a fear of mathematics, often due to a lack of understanding the basics. Students ofte [more]


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Ashley J.

Discrete Math Tutor

Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

4.81 27 ratings

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CPA Looking to Tutor!

As a CPA, I deal with discrete math every day. I use probability and calculate errors in my auditing work. I use statistics in presentations I create on a weekly basis. Discrete math was also part of the curriculum for the Algebra I student I have previously tutored. I love learning and helping others! I have a CPA license and possess both Masters and Undergraduate degrees in Accounting. I have tutored primarily in math including graduate level finance, high school algebra, and geometry. I had the opportunity to tutor a family friend's daughter in math during her high school years. I really [more]


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Amy W.

Discrete Math Tutor

Phoenix, AZ 85028

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 34 ratings

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Math Tutor for students

I taught discrete mathematics in my 5th grade classroom. It was part of our Arizona state standards. I have been a teacher for the last four years. I taught Singapore math those four years. I like working with students who face challenges in math and need a different approach. Singapore uses visual methods to teach why math works. I feel this helps a student to understand the math behind the problem and helps them to learn. I live in the North Phoenix area by the Paradise Valley mall. ... [more]



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Richard B.

Discrete Math Tutor

Scottsdale, AZ 85254

Will travel 10 miles

$30 per hour.

4.9 119 ratings

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Math, Physics, Digital Photography, Photoshop, Drums

I have a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering with a mathematics minor from Marquette University. I have tutored math up to calculus, and physics, etc. for five years at Paradise Valley Community College. At the time I had received Level I and level II tutoring certificates required by the Maricopa community college system. I also tutored for CLUB Z, a private tutoring service in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. I was also a substitute teacher in the Paradise Valley unified school system And the Scottsdale unified school system. [more]


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Adam S.

Discrete Math Tutor

Tempe, AZ 85287

Will travel 0 miles

$30 per hour.

4.83 82 ratings

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Mostly Mathematics tutor

At ASU, I have currently taken Math Structures (intro. to proof writing), Advanced Calculus (Introduction to Mathematical Analysis which is basically beginning proving calculus), Cryptography I (which has lots of number Theory), and introduction to Abstract Algebra as of Dec. 2013. All of these subjects cover more than 4/5th's of discrete mathematics. I have also tutored and have done review sessions(reviewed in front of a class of 30 or so students for their discrete math exam) at ASU for Discrete Mathematics. [more]


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Casey W.

Discrete Math Tutor

Phoenix, AZ 85032

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

4.92 52 ratings

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Mathematics (and Science) Instruction by a Mathematician!

My undergrad degree is in Discrete Mathematics. This is the subject of how "finitely separated" things interact with each other. It includes understanding Linear Algebra (Matrices, systems of equations) as well as basic LifeSkills that do not require Calculus (i.e. continuous mathematics). Without a firm understanding of the discrete side of our universe (after all, continuous math/calculus is simply an idealization of how things should work, not how they are), Calculus can never be fully understood! [more]