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I have worked throughout the digital revolution of the past 30 years as a electronic designer, programmer, to discrete electronic components that are required to make CPU's, ADC's, DAC's, memory, etc. The topics that are included in today's discrete math are tools that I've used continuously to achieve the published research results during my career. I have a BSEE, MSEE and PhD, with more than 25 years of direct practical experience while working as an electrical engineer and solid-state physicist in a variety of industrial positions. I have been tutoring math and science subjects to student [more]

I recently graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in mathematics and minor in computer science. As such, I have taken course in discrete structures of computer science, theory of probability and statistics, and graph theory. I received A's in all of these courses. I am a recent graduate of the University of Minnesota in the College of Science and Engineering. I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in mathematics and a minor in computer science. I have a great deal of experience tutoring math. For all four years of college, I was a teaching assistant for the University of M [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 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]

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]

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I have taken 2 quarters of Discrete Structures (Mathematics) at University of Washington, Tacoma. I earned a 4.0 each quarter. In addition, I tutored Discrete Math to some of my fellow Computer Science students during my 1 year tutoring at UW Tacoma. I have tutored math for over 3 years. I am happy to help with many different math classes, from Elementary math to Calculus. I have helped my former classmates and my younger brother many times with Physics. I have been learning French for more than 6 years. I can also help with programming. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Scienc [more]

I learned discrete math in University of Washington. Discrete math is the study of math structures that are fundamentally discrete rather than continuous. Discrete math includes sets, functions and relations, matrix algebra, finite probability, graph theory, finite differences and recurrence relations, logic, mathematical induction, and algorithmic thinking. I taught linear programming, critical path method, queuing system and forecasting in Chapman University included functions and relations, conic systems, matrix algebra, probability. [more]

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