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Discrete mathematics is concerned with the relationships among mathematical structures that are discrete instead of continuous. For example, the arithmetic of integers would be a topic in discrete mathematics, whereas the arithmetic of all real numbers is in the realm of continuous mathematics. Broadly speaking, the topics in discrete mathematics include, but are not limited to, the following: logic, proofs, set theory, number theory, linear algebra, graph theory, probability, permutations and combinations, algorithms, and computability theory. I have experience in these areas through my un [more]

I registered for Discrete Math during the fall 2014 semester at El Centro College in Dallas, Texas. I completed the course and received an 'A' in the course. I have been working as a Math Tutor for the last 1 1/2 years. Hello, I graduated from the University of North Texas in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. I currently attend TWU where I am pursuing a master of science degree in mathematics. I am a pre-algebra math professor at TWU and NCTC in the Denton/Corinth area. I own a business in private math tutoring services and tutor high school and college students of al [more]

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Discrete math is used extensively in digital signal processing. It was required by all graduate students in Electrical Engineering at BYU were I earned my degree. I also used discrete math as an undergraduate in my course work for Electrical and Computer Engineering where I graduated Cum Laude. I took separate classes in the study of algorithms, combinatorics (permutations/combination), graph theory, and order/lattices, passing each course with an A- or higher. I have tutored hundreds of students in math, science, and engineering over the past 30 years. I worked in the BYU Math Lab to pay m [more]

I have a degree in secondary mathematics education from Baylor University. I have A's on my transcript in classes that require this as a prerequisite. During my time at Baylor I tutored several peers in classes that covered the same content. My name is Sarah. I graduated from Baylor University with a major in secondary math education. During my time there I not only encountered a variety of teaching atmospheres, but I was taught a variety of styles. My internship was completed in a pre-calculus classroom, and I have two years experience teaching algebra I in Houston at cy-fair ISD. I then mo [more]

I took Discrete Mathematics 1 and 2 in summer of 2017. I earned A's in both classes. After that I went on to complete a B.S. in Applied Mathematics. I attained an Associates in Science from Houston Community College before graduating from high school in 2015. After that, I went to Texas State University to attain a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics and a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish in 2018. I was president of the Chess Club at Texas State University for a year and half, while being a peer mentor for incoming freshman through Personalized Academic and Career Exploration at Texas State [more]

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I have taken courses specifically in discrete mathematics and I feel very knowledge and comfortable in regards to the subject matter. Hello! My name is Jasmine and I am currently a high school mathematics teacher. I received my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics in 2011, then a Master's from UGA in 2014. While matriculating as an undergrad, I peer tutored in Algebra, PreCalculus, Calculus, Trigonometry, Geometry, Probability and Statistics, Discrete mathematics, GACE math prep, and GRE math prep. I have extensive knowledge of and a passion for mathematics and tutoring. My tutoring method involve [more]

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I am a math professor with a Ph.D. in statistics and a B.S. in math. I teach discrete math in all of my statistics courses. I also took discrete math courses when I was a student. I have a Ph. D. in statistics and a degree in Math and Statistics from USC. I am a professor of mathematics and statistics, and a graduate of Rice University. After graduating number one in my class, and working as a professor for almost 15 years, I have decided to tutor part time. I love helping students! I tutor all levels of mathematics and statistics from grade school to graduate school. My 30 years of tu [more]

I earned an A in my undergraduate Foundations of Mathematics course (Math 2040 at Louisiana State University: Introduction to techniques of mathematical proofs; sets, logic, relations and functions, induction, cardinality and properties of real numbers.) I also hold a Master's Degree in Mathematics. I believe that everyone has the ability to learn Math. Not everyone has the easiest time learning it in a classroom setting, of course, but I can honestly say I never tutored anyone who didn't understand the material after a little one-on-one explanation. I like to meet a student where they are [more]

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I am a current graduate student at Florida Gulf Coast University in Applied Mathematics. I received an A in Discrete Mathematics at FGCU. As an undergraduate, I tutored fellow classmates that were struggling in the subject, helping the class maintain a B average. I tutored two undergraduates last year in Discrete Mathematics successfully. When I tutor Discrete Math, most time is spent sitting beside a white board discussing different ways of imagining what the question is really asking. That's usually the most difficult part. Once a picture is in the students head, we go about sketching proofs [more]

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I've had experience with many of the topics in discrete math, like logic, set theory, functions, and combinatorics. Classes in discrete math are often the first time a students gets exposed to proofs - a very important tool in higher level mathematics. I enjoy using basic definitions and axioms to build up to new and interesting theorems. I've helped people with discrete math classes in both math departments and computer science departments, including the classes at the University of Texas and Texas A&M. [more]

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