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Will travel 10 miles

$48 per hour.

4.91 326 ratings

Having both a Computer Science major and a Math background, I have a keen interest in, appreciation for, and understanding of the various topics taught in Discrete Math. I took it as a required course as an undergraduate, and I have taught it to multiple students. I have been a professional tutor on Wyzant since fall 2012, and a teacher at Cyberninjaz since summer 2015. Prior to that, I had years of experience teaching both formally and informally my friends, classmates, and even a high school AP Computer Science class for a few months. During this time I have tutored countless students and pe [more]

Will travel 7 miles

$85 per hour.

5.0 22 ratings

I took a discrete math course for my undergraduate degree in math at William and Mary. This discrete math course exposed us to the foundations of math: set theory, number theory, combinatorics, induction (as well as other types of proofs), and algorithms. I was the top of my class, and did a summer research project with my discrete math professor the summer after I took his course. My research project was on RSA-encryption (making secret codes). I absolutely love math, and my passion for math is what drives me to help others succeed and reach their potential in this subject. I studied math in [more]

I did so well when I took discrete math in college, that the professor hired me to be the grader for the course the next year. I solidified that knowledge by regularly applying it in more advanced courses and jobs in logic and computer science. My educational background is extensive. I attended the University of Delaware, where I earned three majors (physics, computer science, and cognitive science) and three minors (philosophy, mathematics, and political science). I later earned a law degree from the University of Virginia. In other words, I have spent far too many years of my life in school. [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.95 348 ratings

I have background in a lot of topics contained in discrete math courses, such as sets, and probability. Moreover, I have recently borrowed a copy of a popular discrete math textbook, and have read through the material, and I have a good general understanding of most of the topics. I am an experienced math tutor who has worked at George Mason University Math Learning Center for about three years, where I tutored students in variety of math courses such as algebra, probability, and calculus. I have a strong passion for teaching and more importantly I have been highly successful in transferring m [more]

Will travel 8 miles

$50 per hour.

4.6 10 ratings

Not only have I studied the problems specific to discrete mathematics but I have taken several other courses related to the subject. I have a strong background in the fundamentals as they are also used heavily in all of Mathematics (Logic, proofs, set theory, etc). Specific courses include: Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning, Discrete Mathematics, Digital Logic Design, Computer Programming, Abstract and Linear Algebra (vector spaces, finite group theory, etc). Hence, I have experience with the problems, how to solve the problems, and why they are being taught to students at this level. [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.96 80 ratings

I aced a discrete math course in high school, as well as two separate number theory classes at UMD with heavy overlaps in material with discrete mathematics. I also taught a 1-credit course at UMD with deep ties to discrete mathematics, nested in a study of the integers, partitions, and combinatorics. Concepts from discrete mathematics have also arisen throughout many of the other advanced math courses I have taken. I have some experience tutoring discrete mathematics outside of Wyzant. Hi, I'm Aaron. I've just begun my second year at the University of Maryland, College Park, where I am a math [more]

Discrete math acts as part of the mathematical foundation of all of computer science, especially of the theoretical variety. My focus has been in applied algebra, a subject that has many intersections with theoretical computer science (TCS) so discrete math comes up a lot in my research. My name is Diane and I am senior mathematics major at the University of Maryland, College Park. My class work has been in theoretical mathematics, but my research focus has had more of an applied flavor, namely in computational algebraic geometry and (applied) algebraic number theory. Broadly, I am interested [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$20 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

For my degree, I was required to take Discrete Math I and then I followed up with Discrete Math II, earning A's in both subjects. I specialize in Discrete Math in the tutoring center at university. I have private tutored a few students in the subject as well. As a math major in college, I will be the first to admit I disliked math all through high school. I thought it was hard and that I was never going to use it in the real world. The switch flipped my senior year of high school and I couldn't be happier. Math is puzzles and logic and once you see the pattern, you can solve anything. I am c [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$500 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

I have a PhD in Math. I have taught Discrete Math at university level. I have also tutored discrete math to high school students around New Haven, Yale students and University of Quinnipiac students. I also have a silver medal in International Mathematics Olympiad. One of the subject covered in IMO is Discrete Math. This course may cover a variety of subjects. The following subjects are typical subjects discussed in this lesson. Most topics are only discussed briefly: Mathematical Induction Strong Mathematical Induction Pigeonhole Principle Proof By Contradiction Basic Counting Methods (Pro [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.88 145 ratings

In college and graduate school I studied linear algebra and probability theory extensively. At that time, I did not realize that in the working world the main application of Discrete Mathematics I would utilize was algorithms for computers. Probability theory is a close second. Logic, set theory, combinatorics, graph theory, information theory and computational geometry were all subjects that I developed a working knowledge of while on the job. Of them all, I enjoy set theory the most, perhaps because it requires deep thought. Of them all, I find matrix algebra (of linear algebra) the mos [more]

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