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Will travel 12 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 407 ratings

Because of my background in advanced physics and logic, I have a large amount of experience with set theory, group theory, modular arithmetic, and matrix and other non-Abelian algebras. I have also studied a substantial amount of combinatorics and probability theory. I could tutor in the areas of rings, fields, and graphs but only at a basic or introductory level. I am a creative and effective tutor with Master's Degree in Physics and years of experience working with students of all ages. I have an excellent understanding of many subjects especially all levels of calculus and physics. My tutor [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$55 per hour.

4.89 317 ratings

I have tutored students in the area of Discrete Mathematics for over five years. It is one of the core parts of the undergraduate mathematics curriculum at my university. I can help with simple tricks to build up arithmetic skills, explain how sets and numbers work, from fractions to exponents. I will help make this subject both rewarding and fun. I have an undergraduate degree from CSU Fullerton in Mathematics and Statistics with a Finance Cognate. I helped run the Math tutoring lab for almost 5 years, and have been tutoring for longer than that, having worked for 3 different companies before [more]

My course qualifications have been met through completion of college coursework and 15 years of tutoring experience in discrete mathematics. Through the completion of the "UCLA Math 61" course, which including sets and relations, permutations and combinations, graphs and trees, induction, I gained the content understanding necessary to both teach and tutor the aforementioned content. Since then, I have successfully tutored dozens of computer science and economic students, at the University and College levels. [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$57 per hour.

4.96 1501 ratings

I took one undergraduate course in discrete math, and received an "A" in the class. We covered logic and proofs, algorithms, counting methods, recurrence relations, graph theory, trees, and network models. I have taught/tutored for 7 years. I was both a student and graduate assistant at CSULB where I attained a B.S. in Mathematics and a M.S. in Statistics. I have experience tutoring in all mathematics subjects up to and including graduate-level material. I have a massive amount of experience in tutoring almost all of the subjects that I'm qualified to teach or tutor. Thus, it is very diffic [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.87 380 ratings

I am comfortably tutor students an introductory course in discrete mathematics. The goal of this course is to introduce students to ideas and techniques from discrete mathematics that are widely used in science and engineering. I can teach the students techniques in how to think logically and mathematically and apply these techniques in solving problems. To achieve this goal, students will learn logic and proof, sets, functions, as well as algorithms and mathematical reasoning. Key topics involving relations, graphs, trees, and formal languages and computability are covered in this course. [more]

I have taken 5 discrete mathematics classes in my undergraduate program, one was undergraduate and the others were graduate level. I have always had a passion for combinatorics and I am familiar even with current research in most discrete math fields. Not only have I studied this subject for a long time, but I have also taught students at the college level with great success. I am a recent graduate from Caltech, where I studied mathematics. My interests range from the sciences to humanities, focusing especially on math, physics, and philosophy. I am currently focusing on research, and attendin [more]

I have TAed a discrete math course (Math 61) at UCLA and tutored several students in the relevant material at various points. I'm John. :) I graduated from the University of Washington with a BS in Math and I am currently studying for my PhD in math at UCLA. In university, I came to realize how a good teacher can make hard material easy and also how a bad material can make even the simplest material difficult. The best instructors I had were the ones who would deal with my questions even if they were a bit outside the scope of the class, rather than those who would cut me off and say "that's n [more]

Discrete math is the fundamental and one of the first requirements in the field of computer engineering. I took this class in the first semester and have used it throughout my degree. I've got an "A" in this course also. I have used discrete math in 5 different courses. These are the subjects that I've covered: -Logic: application & propositional equivalence -Predicates and Quantifier; Nested Quantifiers -Sets; Set Operations -Functions; Sequence & Summation I've earned my B.S. degree in Computer Engineering from Cal State Long Beach. I was a math tutor in my community college. I have done [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$175 per hour.

4.97 33 ratings

I received an A in Discrete Math at MIT. I tutored other MIT students in the subject. I competed in Computer Science competitions involving Discrete Math, placing well in State and National competitions. I graduated from MIT with a Bachelor's in Computer Science and a perfect GPA. Throughout my time there, I tutored both high schoolers and college students in a variety of math and science courses. MIT's Computer Science department hired me to tutor my peers, and I have over 6 years of tutoring experience. As a tutor, my students complimented my ability to take complex concepts and make them [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$299 per hour.

5.0 8 ratings

I am familiar with the following subjects which are part of discrete mathematics and I have tutored students in these subjects over the past twenty years. They are set theory, Venn diagrams, and tree diagrams; probability theory where the sample space is either finite or countably infinite; permutations and combinations (where an example of a combination problem is computing the number of ways we can select a committee of three if we select from a set of five people -- the answer is C53 = C52 = 5(4)/( (2)(1)) = 10); random variables where the set of realizations of the random variables are fi [more]

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