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I have worked with and taught logic, in a variety of forms, since the 1970?s. As a student, I mastered the specifics behind inductive reasoning and deductive reasoning, and soon able to tutor other students in these disciplines. In the decades since that time, I have taken every opportunity to not only apply these techniques to data analysis and computer programming, but also to educate others in the techniques. Hi, my name is Steve, and I have enjoyed teaching for decades. Each individual student is entitled to a personal commitment from every tutor: to identify the challenge facing the stu [more]

My degree in higher mathematic enables me to be able to tutor logic. Because this is such an abstract class, patience and understanding is greatly required to do so. I took a logic class my freshman year in college and continued working with these abstract math qualities through my next three years. I am a current graduate of King's College with a degree in mathematics. I am also a certified teacher currently teaching Algebra I and Geometry. My love for teaching and helping students succeed is why I got into teaching and is why I would like to continue that passion with tutoring. The firs [more]

I passed a grad level logic course at central Connecticut state university with no issues. I have also studied logic and the operators extensively as I am a senior at central Connecticut state university. I'm a college student at CCSU and MCC. I understand the complexity of mathematics and how to break it down and simplify it so that anyone can understand it as well. I have experience in tutoring college students and high school level students. I'm confident that you or your child will understand the rationality of mathematics because the secret to understanding math lies within your m [more]

I love teaching and have a lifetime of experience at it. If you have a desire to learn, I can help you. As a tutor, I develop lessons that are substantive, challenging and geared to the individual's learning style. At the same time, I try to make my classes interesting and enjoyable. I have excellent writing skills, organizational skills and critical thinking skills, all of which enhance my performance as a teacher. I have been working with WyzAnt for the last four years and have successf... [more]

With a degree in computer engineering and minor in computer science, I have taken five logic math and circuits courses. I graduated from SUNY Polytechnic Institute with Bachelor of Sciences in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering with minors in Math and Computer Science. I also hold a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) with 3.7 GPA, Concentration in Electrical Power System, along with a Graduate Certificate in Power System and Electronics from NYU-POLY in Brooklyn NY. I was attending NYU-POLY as a Ph.D. student in Electrical Engineering. However, due to my curren [more]

Over the course of my undergraduate career I took many different classes, one of which was a introduction to logic class for freshmen. Additionally, I have my degree in mathematics through which I have been rigorously been trained to think critically and make sound logically arguments. I have taken 3 years worth of classes in which I had to explain step-by-step proofs for myself and the professor to grade. Hi! I am Rob and I am currently a graduate student at University of Albany. I have tutored math both in high school and college. I have my B.A. in Mathematics from SUNY Potsdam and a M.A. in [more]

Basic Logic Skills are crucial for understanding Euclidean Geometry proofs and for understanding Venn Diagrams in Probability and in Computer Science. I have taught and tutored logic at the high school level as it is part of the standard math curriculum in both NY state and CT. As a math major in college (Although as a course for math majors, it was an elective which I did not take.), I was required to know logic for the first chapter in multiple upper division mathematics classes such as Abstract Algebra, Linear Algebra, and/or Non-Euclidean Geometry. Topics we could cover would include: con [more]

In pursuing my Mathematics degree in college, I excelled in many course involving rigorous mathematical proofs and logical reasoning. Among these courses are Philosophy of Logic, Symbolic Logic, Discrete Math, Real Analysis, Abstract Algebra, and Hyperbolic Geometry. I also achieved scores greater than average on the Putnam Mathematical Competition for several years, which is known to be an exceptionally difficult exam which relies heavily on the application of symbolic logic and sound reasoning. Additionally, I have tutored 200+ hours in various mathematics courses, often focusing on providin [more]

I studied logic as one of my main specializations during my masters program in philosophy at Virginia Tech. While there I was also a Graduate Teaching Assistant for a logic course. Further, I taught several college philosophy courses at Marist College where at least one third of the time was spent covering logic. Hi! Currently, I am teaching at Marist College in New York as an adjunct professor of philosophy. However, during the summer I am happy to tutor students. I have tutored students for about 5 years in the subjects of logic, of mathematics, and, most popularly, for preparation for the [more]

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