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I was a mathematics major in college. My first proof-intensive mathematics course was an introduction to logic through set theory. The course was designed to give students the ability to formulate and communicate mathematical arguments. Since that course, I took eight other proof-intensive college mathematics courses, and I wrote an undergraduate thesis on mathematics. I've tutored and taught mathematics and physics in a lot of different contexts. Right now, I'm working as a mathematics teaching assistant at the University of Buffalo, but I've also worked as a lecturer for a five-week course i [more]

I have taught Digital Electronics at ITT Technical Institute and I have been an Electrical Engineer for 34 years. I am thoroughly familiar with the use of logic in digital state machines, software, and automatons. I have also utilized Boolean ladder logic in programmable controllers used for real-time machine control. I feel more than capable in tutoring students in logic. I am a retired engineer from Eastman Kodak who has worked with digital imaging and computer connectivity. I am co-developer of the USB interface that connects digital still cameras to the PC. Currently I am an adjunct ins [more]

I took every logic based class my university had to offer and excelled in each. My philosophy degree focused on logic. During my classes, I tutored other students on the subject. Additionally, I am currently a lawyer and therefore utilize logic in every aspect of my job. I find that have a knack for breaking down logic problems and explaining them to students so that they can understand how to solve similar problems on their own. Hello everyone! I am a recent law school graduate and I am excited to share the knowledge and study tips I have learned during my 20 years of school with other stud [more]

In the last few years I have taught several undergraduate math courses that included mathematical logic as major components. I have tutored both high school and undergraduate students in mathematical logic. I took advanced mathematical logic in undergrad, and basic logic skills are math skills that I use across all subjects I teach. I am passionate about teaching mathematics to all different types of students at all levels. I can tutor both lower level and high level mathematics course material, having earned my PhD in the subject in 2015. I have been tutoring math for over 12 years. I am [more]

I have experience with Math logic in proofs, as well as Boolean logic that occurs in Electronics and circuitry. I'm not too strong in Philosophy logic, but since proofs show up in a lot of different Math courses, I've gotten use to using Logic, and I'd be happy to tutor it. I received my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics in June 2012 from Canisius College in Buffalo, NY. I also received my Master's degree in Mathematics in June 2015 from the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT. I have teaching and tutoring experience in most levels of math (with the exception of statistics and any financial [more]

Logic is the study of the truth values of combined statements. A statement is either true or false in our English language, there is no middle ground or maybe. When two statements are combined by conjunctions, disjunctions, implications, or if and only if, a truth table can be constructed listing the possibilities for each statement and the truth value of the combined statement. Logic helps us reason things out better. Geometry uses this truth value system as a basis for setting up logic proofs. I have taught logic to high school and college students for many years with great success. I have [more]

As a Philosophy minor at St. Edward's University, I spent much time working with philosophical logic, argumentation, and scientific discovery (e.g. the Socratic Method). Furthermore, with the University of Phoenix, I've spent much time in Critical Thinking courses, Communications, Research and Evaluation, amongst others. Appropriately, these courses address logical fallacies and logical constructs to effective argumention. Finally, as a mathematics tutor, I've spent much time working with tautologies and other logical arguments. Working with contrapostivies, converses, and inverses also remain [more]

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