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I have taken courses on formal logic and mathematical logic as an undergraduate, and have tutored predicate calculus and formal logic as well. Some of my methods include helping define logic in more concrete terms for students who may have trouble with abstract concepts, as well as illustrating numerous examples of the laws of logic, types of reasoning, and inductive proofs to help students get a feel for the material. By working from the ground up, and building a students reasoning first through simple logical statements, logical connectives, and quantifiers, I am able to help my students und [more]

Considering I am a math teacher which deeply relies on logic and language I am definitely qualified for this. During the process of earning my mathematics degree I excelled in three logic courses, one of which was a 300 level course. Before reading about my background, I would like you to have an idea about my approach during sessions: 1) Discuss goals and expectations of both parents and students. 2) Discuss communication between parents and teachers in hopes of extending lines of communication between myself and the teac [more]

At Wagner College, I took a Symbolic Logic course, which covered the fundamentals of sentential logic, truth tables, argumentation, and truth functions. In graduate school, I completed coursework on Aristotle's Posterior Analytics, which included a thorough and in-depth study of the structure of scientific logic, scientific demonstration, its essential components, and related problems, such as the acquisition of first principles. Moreover, graduate study in philosophy demands logical consistency and soundness at all turns. As such, my completion of a Master's degree in philosophy provides stro [more]

I studied foundations of math including logic and set theory when I was a math graduate student. Topics I can teach include logical operators (and, or, not, nor, implication), syllogisms, truth tables, and both propositional and predicate calculus. I started tutoring when I was a graduate student in mathematics at the University of Michigan. I tutored on an individual basis, and also for the Athletic Department, working with members of the football and baseball teams. I have 40 years experience applying mathematics in engineering and business. Employers have included General Electric and Lo [more]

I have tutored Logic at the University of Cambridge. I have been tutoring SAT math and high school math for the past ten years. For the past five years, I have taught math courses (such as logic, topology, abstract algebra, and number theory) to undergraduates at the University of Cambridge, where I received my PhD. I am now a math professor. I love teaching and I love learning. I will guide students step by step through whatever material students wish to master, so that students understand it inside and out. Please let me know what I can do t... [more]

Mathematical logic is a subfield of mathematics. This includes, but is not limited to, set theory, proofs (such as in geometry) and model theory. Much of the SAT test includes testing the students' reasoning and logic skills. Over the past 7 years, I have tutored many hundreds of students in developing these skills. I incorporate many math "tricks" and test taking techniques that I have developed through my extensive tutoring experience. I am a highly qualified tutor for all ages and levels of Math.<br /><br />Here are my credentials:<br />I have earned an M.B.A. (graduating with honors) fro [more]

My first major in college for one year was Philosophy, and I took two courses on logic. In my 20 plus years as a teacher, I have taught logic in many math classes (primarily algebra, geometry, and trigonometry). I also incorporated logic into humanity courses I taught, especially when I taught students to write research papers in English, social science, and history classes. I teach exclusively one-on-one, and specialize in homebound students. I have been a teacher from 1969 to the present day, sometimes full-time and sometimes part-time. I cover a wide range of subjects, including but not [more]

My undergraduate degree program required frequent usage of logic. In addition, essentially all advanced mathematics and physics courses use mathematical logic frequently. I have 5+ years of experience both analyzing and constructing mathematical proofs. I am a post-baccalaureate student at The University of Pennsylvania. I have worked as a Mathematics tutor there for around 3 years. I graduated from St. John's College with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts, which breaks down into a double major in the History of Math and Science, and Philosophy, and a double major in Classical Studies and Com [more]

I was introduced to logic in high school as part of an Honors Finite Math course. We studied Boolean algebra, truth tables, and propositional logic, using the textbook by Seymour Lipschutz. As an undergraduate I took four logic courses---every one that was available at the University of Delaware. Those were Symbolic Logic, Modal and Many-valued Logics, Mathematical Logic, and Critical Thinking. I have read numerous books on logic, including Godel, Escher, Bach by Douglas Hofstadter and many by logician Raymond Smullyan. I have written and published prize-winning software in Maple for solving [more]

I have taken numerous computer programming and computer engineering courses in order to obtain a BS in Electrical Engineering. Logic is a huge part of these courses. In specific, the computer engineering courses deal with Boolean logic and applying these principles to electrical components. I have been helping students with their math and science courses for over 12 years. I have advanced degrees in Engineering and Business, as well as a Professional Engineer's Licensure in Electrical Engineering. I am highly proficient in all math courses, from basic Algebra all the way through Differenti [more]

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