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I have worked several years at Montclair Satate Univeristy and now at Columbia University teaching several subjects in math at the undergrad and graduate level such as discrete mathematics and finite mathematics. I started by working with professors as a TA, initially and currently also tutor students in math education department. I'm familiar with proofs, number theory, and combinatorics. I'm an experienced certified teacher in NJ, currently pursuing a Doctorate in Cognitive Studies in STEM Education. I hold a Masters in Physics and Applied Statistics also from Columbia University. I've been [more]

I am a senior at Hunter college majoring in Computer Science with a GPA of 3.96. I am currently a computer science department teaching assistant. I spent the summer of 2018 working as a research intern at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. I have also taken extensive mathematics courses. I received an A+ in my discrete math course. Hey there! My name is Michael, and I am a Computer Science and Math student studying at Hunter College. I have a number of years of tutoring experience, and can work with a range of different subjects and programming languages: Pre-Cal [more]

Much of my Discrete Math experience comes from the number of mathematics competitions (MathCounts, Math24, ARML, AMC, USAMO) that I have competed in, though I also took a formal Number Theory course at Franklin and Marshall College, through the John's Hopkins University CTY program. If you are a graduate, undergraduate, or high school student in New York City seeking tutoring in mathematics or physics, look no further because I'm your guy! I graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University back in 2012, double majoring in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering. I ventured out to the Unive [more]

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I am an adjunct math and computer science professor at Mercy where I have taught and tutored math since 2011. I hold a master's degree in applied math and a master's degree in computer security. I hold a Master's degree in applied math and a master's degree in computer security. I currently teach (from algebra to calculus 2) at Mercy College since Fall 2013. I tutored math at Mercy since 2011 while I was a grad student. If there is something I like more about tutoring and teaching, it's seeing a smile on the face of my students and motivation to learn and ask questions. I love watching stude [more]

I've tutored courses that cover discrete structures several times. Courses have included Graph Theory, Symbolic Logic, Combinatorics, Algorithms, Probability, and similar topics. I've worked from the popular Epp book as well as advanced texts from Tucker and one from Lovasz. Hi, I am a graduate from Columbia University with a B.A. in Mathematics as well as an M.A. in Philosophy. I have eight years of experience including one year as a tutor for the Brandeis University Philosophy department, and two years as a teaching assistant at Columbia. For the past six years I've been self-employed as [more]

I took Discrete Math, numbered Math 381, at UNC Chapel Hill and got a solid A. Topics included proofs and rules of logic, basic set theory, number theory and counting arguments. I have tutored students in this subject in the math department as well as the learning center at UNC. As a recent graduate from University of Chicago with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a 4.0 GPA, I will bring energy, commitment and the necessary knowledge to our tutoring sessions. I excel at algebra, pre-calculus, calculus, statistics and much more advanced courses such as real and complex analysis, linear a [more]

I have a Bachelor of Mathematics and Education. I have experience of 20 years of teaching in secondary schools and the final year of high school and I taught discrete math and developed several exams. I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Education. I am high-qualified in education and a specialist in mathematics. I have 30 years of experience including 20 years as a teacher of high school, as well as 6 years as Chairman of the Board of Directors of an association that works with community cultural development. I am now a Mathematics Supervisor. I find a lot of enjoyment when I do F [more]

I have taken two courses in discrete mathematics. The first, at Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Sciences, was problem solving-based, covering a variety of topics in combinatorics, graph theory, and number theory. The second, Mathematics 152 at Harvard, was a rigorous proof-based course that linked topics in discrete mathematics to group theory and Euclidean geometry. I've taken two other courses at the graduate level that covered a topic called "evolutionary graph theory," which applies certain elements of game theory to computational models of evolutionary dynamics, evaluated on struc [more]

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I have taken a discrete mathematics course at Cornell University and received high grades on the exam. I'm a graduate of Regis High School and a student at Cornell University. I received a 2350 on the SAT (Critical Reading:800, Math:770, Writing:780) and High SATII and AP scores (Biology SATII:800, Physics SATII: 750, Math II SATII:740, US History SATII: 750, AP Calculus AB: 5, AP Biology: 5, US Government and Politics: 5). As a recent high school graduate, I can easily relate with most students. This makes me uniquely qualified to challenge but not overwhelm them. I hold myself to a high [more]

I have taken a graduate class on network science and I have read a lot about graph theory. I am also currently doing research (with a professor) on different topics in topology and fixed point theorems and most of what I'm doing involves some application of Sperner's lemma, which is a combinatorial problem in geometry (we are hoping to publish). I'm also currently taking a class on computability theory (graduate class) and I have taken two classes on logic, one class on set theory and a class on probability theory, which involves combinatorics. (I have also taken a class on abstract algebra). [more]

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