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I was raised on Jesuit logic, taught to me by my Jesuit-trained mother. In addition to the lively debates of my youth, I also aced my college Logic course, and have continued to keep my wits honed with syllogistic arguments and Venn diagrams. While growing up, and as an adult, I have worked with children and adults of many ability and disability levels. My parents adopted 14 special needs children with various disabilities, and as the oldest daughter, I was there to assist them in learning life skills, scholastic skills and interpersonal skills. It was at this time I learned to implement som [more]

As an Electrical Engineer I mastered logical circuit design. This includes Boolean algebra, K-Maps, and circuit design. I also took an undergraduate "Introduction to Logic" course in college on how to diagram English sentances and paragraphs, then proove if the logic was sound or not. I got an 'A'. I have tutored hundreds of students in math, science, and engineering over the past 25 years. I worked in the BYU Math Lab to pay my way through college where I earned a Master of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a minor in mathematics. I have even published a book and [more]

I received my Master's in Mathematics from Texas Woman's University in December 2013. One of my required courses was symbolic logic, which I received an A. A year after taking the course, I was asked to be an assistant teacher/tutor for the undergraduate logic class. I am also college professor who teaches a variety of undergraduate math courses. Dear potential students, Math has always been my favorite subject, but I understand that not everyone shares my feeling on the subject. I received my bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Texas A&M - Kingsville. I worked at as an engineering a [more]

I have taken a Logic Class in college. I am familiar with the concepts and aware that this class is new to lot of students. I approach the concepts to my tutees by using real life examples and also using math applications. All my classes I have taken so far, here in USA, ended up with As. I know how to deal perfectly with any math concepts and like to share my strategies with my students as well as assisting them in building math thinking. Thanks for reading. Greetings, My name is Ahmed. I earned my bachelor's degree with minor in education December, 2012 with a GPA 3.95. I have tutored in m [more]

As a math major, I made A's in several proof courses, including intro to real analysis, and real analysis. As a tutor my goal has always been to have a positive impact on the lives of the students with whom I work. No magic wand will put the power of learning solely in my hands, but students that come to me prepared to work will find me a valuable resource and an enthusiastic ally. I have been working in the Austin area as a tutor for over 20 years, and working with WyzAnt since 2008. I majored in math at UT-Austin, taking over 50 credit hours in math alone, as well as 50+ combined credit hour [more]

I studied logic for a full semester at University of Texas at Austin. While earning a Math degree at the University of Texas at Arlington and Austin including 27 more hours in Computer Science I learned & applied logic extensively. Hello, It's great to hear from you. I really enjoy tutoring and am looking forward to working with you. Whether you dislike math, have forgotten it, or simply need to brush up, I am sure I can help. A little about me- I've taught remedial math courses for Tarrant County College but tutor almost any math course from elementary school up to upper division college, [more]

I took many logic classes while I was studying for my Electrical Engineering degree and found them all very easy. My digital logic design class, for instance, and my discrete mathematics class both had a lot of logic problems and I made an A in both of those classes. I am a new tutor to this website, but I have been tutoring and helping others for years on my own. I would be happy to provide references to anyone who needs them. My love for the subject of math, physics, and teaching comes from a lifetime of studying the subjects and realizing how useful they can be in understanding everythi [more]

Currently I am teaching myself logic and discrete mathematics by reading textbooks. However, I have also found it useful to engage myself in puzzles from various other books and websites such as Brilliant.org or the book on logic puzzles: Satan, Cantor, and Infinity. At the moment I am studying from the book on Logic, Sets, and Functions by Daniel Bonevac, Nicholas M. Asher, and Robert C. Koons. In addition I have an associates in mathematics from Austin Community College and will be completing my dual bachelors in Physics and Astronomy at UT Austin within the next year. [more]

I took and passed a college course on logic. It included everything from fallacies to categorical logic to predicate logic to statement logic to induction and probability. I?ve always had a natural gift and aptitude for teaching and working with people, and I want to share my love for math and logic with others. I believe that students can learn difficult concepts best in a one on one environment, where we can spend time on what you need. I find that specifically when learning the ?STEM? fields, people ask ?Why do we need to know this?? To a math and science tutor, this just makes me sad. Both [more]

Before I earned my MBA, I was computer programmer. My company used mostly PHP and SQL. Its fairly difficult to code with understanding logic as code is a logical artifact computer software must process. My undergrad degree is in computer science engineering in which I had to take multiple coding classes. In fact, in the last coding class I took, I gained the PHP and SQL skills necessary to land the aforementioned job. Hi everyone! I have an MBA from the Simon School of Business University of Rochester and a Computer Science Engineering degree from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. I'm new to [more]

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