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Discrete math is a broad term for the study of mathematical objects that are discrete (i.e. separate or countable) by nature. Examples include integers, graphs, sets, and sequences. I took a series of classes at Caltech in discrete math, which were some of the best classes I had there because they covered such a range of topics, including logic, combinatorics, and number theory. These topics permeate many of the subjects I've tutored. Hi, my name is Grant. I graduated from the California Institute of Technology in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied and Computational Math. After [more]

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In obtaining my BS and Master's degrees in mathematics, I took a number of courses that included the essential topics of discrete mathematics. These courses included logic, set theory, sequences, mathematical induction, number theory, combinatorics, probability and graph theory. As an instructor at Penn State Wilkes-Barre, I had the opportunity to teach discrete math several times. In addition, I also successfully tutored discrete math students in individual and group settings as a professional math tutor in the Learning Center at Penn State. I hope to have the chance to help you in discrete [more]

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I am a graduate college student. I have taken Discrete Math and will work with you and research answers to help you in any way I can. If you hire me as your tutor, you bring a sharpened pencil (or two). Math is learned by doing. So when I tutor you, you will be doing (almost) all of the writing. I will explain the concepts and show you how to do the work, but you will do it. This way, you will remember how to do it better. I can teach or tutor nearly any math, at any level, including: Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, and all levels of Calculus (and even a few higher math [more]

I work as a software engineer and use discrete math principles on a regular basis. I took a 4 credit engineering probability class in college where I utilized principles of discrete math related to combinatorics, counting and ordering, and sequences. From my tutoring and college experience I have written proofs and assisted a number of students with discrete math concepts, sometimes based on different programming or engineering applications. Hi, My name is Eric M. and I'm a graduate of Electrical Engineering at Boston University. Currently, I work full-time at BAE Systems in Endicott, NY as a [more]

I have a significant background in Mathematical Logic, which requires a familiarity with a lot of the methods and formalisms found in Discrete Math. I have done extensive graduate coursework and been involved in a number of research groups that have delved into advanced topics in logic that are both classic (e.g. Godel's incompleteness theorems, Frege's foundations of arithmetic) and cutting edge (e.g. epistemic game theory, nonmonotonic logic, formal models of legal reasoning), all of which may be correctly categorized as "discrete math" (it's a very broad category). [more]

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I have a Phd in mathematics from Texas A&M University, and postdoc research and professorial experience at the University of Connecticut mathematics department. I have 20 years' experience tutoring high school/college level mathematics. Most of my tutoring has been informal, but as a graduate student, I supervised my department's tutoring lab. Additionally, I have 10+ teaching all levels of math in a university setting. I enjoy tutoring because it lets me communicate a beautiful, challenging, and practical subject to others. Helping a student understand or master a concept is priceless. I h [more]

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I have real-world practical experience with several disciplines that fall under the rubric of "discrete math", including graph theory, information theory, operations research, and combinatorics. Not only have I applied these methods to research problems, I also have experience explaining these concepts to both students and supervisors. I am a Yale-trained Ph.D. with over 10 years of experience teaching and doing interdisciplinary science research. Yes, I actually have publications involving most of the subjects I tutor in. I am fond of using analogies to make students comfortable with unfami [more]

I have taken two graduate classes that involve discrete math. I currently teach several of these topics in classes I teach at the community college. I teach a Foundations of Math class and it involves, systems of numeration, modular systems, map coloring and coding. I have included these topics in a class I teach at Berks Catholic as well. I love Math! I teach at the community college and in a high school. I have taught math online, on TV and for SAT/ACT Prep classes. I enjoy seeing the "aha" moment in a student when he/she clearly understands a concept. To put it simply, I believe that [more]

I teach a course in Discrete Math at my high school that focuses on practical applications in social sciences, science, and technology. In our curriculum, we cover such topics as graph theory, scheduling and routing, fair division, and the mathematics of voting. I am also experienced with traditional discrete math for mathematics majors, including such topics as proof writing, combinatorics, graph theory, and number theory. Hey there! My name is Matt. I'm a high school math teacher in Union County with over seven years of experience working as a tutor and teacher, both independently and with a [more]

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$50 per hour.

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I have tutored students in the truth tables, probability, sets, and many other forms of logic at my local community college. Some devices I use help the students prepare for there exams. For example, I made a flowchart to breakdown truth table values for students to memorize to organize the logic in a concise format. This helped students become more confident with truth tables for their logic class. This logic class I taught myself just by looking and practicing problems in the textbook. A college math class with no numbers and mostly words is a challenge, but logic and math are correlated in [more]

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