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I completed Discrete Math as an undergraduate at Southwestern University (with an A). As a Southwestern math tutor, Discrete Math was one of the subjects that I tutored. Much of the content from Discrete Math was reinforced as I progressed through my math degree (particularly combinatorics, algorithms, set theory, logic, mathematical relations, and graph theory), and I have a wonderful textbook on hand for reference. For many of the Discrete Math topics, I make sure students are comfortable using both mathematical symbols and 'plain English' to describe problems and solutions, privileging unde [more]

I am a math student at Western Washington University, and I took Math 309 (Discrete Mathematics) last quarter. I earned an A in that class, and I was also able to help several of my classmates with the material. They said I was a great tutor, that I made the material seem much easier. I hope I can help you with it too! Hi there, My name is Daniel, and I can help you be your best! I have a master's degree in mathematics from Western Washington University, and spent a further year studying applying mathematics at Cambridge University in England. I like math, and I like helping people underst [more]

I have taught middle to high school students on counting/probability and combinatorics for 10 years. I also tutored college students for their Discrete Math courses. I love this topic as it has lots of applications for the real world and has been applied to many area including computer science, data analysis, and big data. I have also taught students for math competitions related to this subject. I graduated with a B.S. in Mathematics I have taught junior high, high school and college students for last 15 years. I am focusing on fundamentals for algebra/geometry, trigonometry, and calculus [more]

I earned the grade of an A for discrete math at Florida International University. At the end of the course, I got recommended by the professor to be tutor for the class. I did not accept the offer (because I was already tutoring someplace else) but I have helped friends and classmates with the subject. Hello! My name is Victoria, and I am currently pursuing a doctoral degree at the University of Washington. I hold an M.S. in mathematical sciences and a B.S. in mathematics with a minor in computer science from Florida International University. I was a teacher?s assistant throughout my Master?s [more]

I have taken multiple discrete math courses - both at Cambridge University (as an undergraduate), and at Caltech (as a PhD student). I work as a full time quantum computing researcher, and love to tutor in my free time. I have experience teaching students of all levels in a broad range of topics in Physics and Math. I particularly enjoy helping people to learn about the field of quantum computing, which I have had the privilege of teaching to some of the world's most influential leaders and thinkers. My goal is always to break down difficult concepts into their simplest form, and to relate bac [more]

I have taken several discrete math courses, and studied the topic extensively in college, doing well in all related classes. I have retained the textbooks from these courses and am able to work with students effectively in this subject. I went to Cornell University for a B.S. and Master's in Electrical and Computer Engineering and to UCSD for a PhD in Computer Science (Distributed Systems, Networking). I've tutored in various subjects for years, including test-based tutoring (such as the SAT or GRE or the algebra II final that some school districts require for graduation) as well as general [more]

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