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As part of my math major requirements, I took an upper-level course in mathematical logic as an elective and got an A. I only lost a fraction of a point on a midterm for not citing a theorem from lecture; otherwise, I would have gotten perfect score in the class. I love constructing formal proofs using a first order language and predicate calculus. Deducing that a statement is true as a consequence of the rules of inference applied to a set of axioms is most entertaining. I doubt most students go beyond truth tables and naive set theory, but I can help them out with those as well. [more]

I have completed all undergraduate logic courses available at University of Pittsburgh with a grade of A in all of them. I can manipulate sentences of both sentence and predicate logic in a few different formal systems. As an Eagle scout and former camp counselor, I have several years experience of informal teaching. I have taught both physical skills like swimming, canoeing, and karate, as well as more "paper-and-pencil" knowledge, including the basic understandings of weather, first aid, and the behaviors and classifications of mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. I have also tutored elementar [more]

I have taken two undergraduate courses in Logic and earned an A in both. In my spare time I solve Sudoku and KenKen puzzles which require logic more than math skills. When doing proofs, you use logic in constructing your arguments. I have 5+ years tutoring. I worked as a peer tutor while attending SRU, and I covered everything up through Calculus 1. While at YSU I was a Graduate Assistant and my duties included teaching a class and working in their Mathematics Assistant Center (MAC). In the MAC I tutored walk-in students in the concepts from remedial Math (high school) through Calculus 1. [more]

Logic is a major part of Discrete Mathematics I. Logic is also a major part of reasoning through mathematics. I have excelled at proof writing throughout my math degree. I also excelled at logic in Discrete Math. I received an A in all of my college courses except one- I received a B in Calculus III. Hello! My name is Lindsey. I have always had a passion for math- I majored in math in college and got my teaching certificate in Pennsylvania in math as well (grades 7-12). I have had a variety of experiences with tutoring. I was a university math tutor at Edinboro University and also privately tu [more]

I did very well in my electrical engineering faculties digital logic course. I am also comfortable with boolean algebra, Karnaugh maps, truth tables, flip flops. I can tutor for certain problems synchronous (Moore, Mealy) or asynchronous state machine design with enough advance warning. I also became familiar with the application of boolean algebra to close analysis, the analysis of an argument, thanks to an excellent MOOC course on the subject from Duke University. I strive to provide tutoring with a patient, courteous and professional demeanor. I encourage students to develop their knowledg [more]

Logic is nothing more than an application of the logical part of the brain. We can use symbols to represent not only what certain statements say but also can use other symbols to specify specific meanings, ex, using 'V' to represent an 'OR' situation as in 'it is raining OR is it sunny" After using these symbols, we can then apply the many rules of logic to determine the validity of one's conjectures. Sometimes we can determine a total truth - ie a tautology, and other time it will not be true, ie a contradiction. In many ways, this area of study is fairly easy; however, it does get a litt [more]

Logic is one of my favorite subjects. As an undergraduate, I took a graduate-level logic course and attended a summer school in logic at Carnegie Mellon University. I have also tutored logic at a summer program for high school students. I have bachelor's and master's degrees in mathematics. I tutored at my university for three years, and I have worked as an instructor at a math summer program. I am an online-only tutor who specializes in math and test prep. These subjects are very important for college admissions and beyond, and I want to help make them accessible to all students. Please co [more]

I immediately tested into an undergraduate/graduate level logic course, in which I received an A, and helped other students. I also have done independent research in the field of multivalued propositional logic, using algebraic Geometry. I spent my undergraduate career working with the tutoring and academic success center at Cleveland state, and the math (only) tutoring center through the math department. I found, like many others, that it is a profoundly rewarding experience. My philosophy is simple, 'understanding is knowing what questions to ask'. Thus, you're better equipped for dealing wi [more]

I have studied logic for six years at the graduate level. I have an M.S. in Logic, Computation, and Methodology of Science, and am finishing a Ph.D. in the area. I have taught both introductory and advanced logic courses at CMU. I've been tutoring in math off-and-on for about 14 years. I started in high school, tutoring my peers in a variety of HS math subjects -- geometry, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. In college, I continued to tutor in math, but did so for the typical college math courses -- algebra, discrete math, and calculus. I built a reputation as an easygoing but effective tuto [more]

I have a B.S. in pure mathematics from Indiana University with a GPA of 3.6/4.0. One class that I took was P105: Logic and Reasoning. It's a Philosophy class, instead of a math class, but there you go. It's a class in college-level formal logic. I got an A. I've taught math in the classroom in Colorado. I've been tutoring since I was in high school myself. I have many different ways to approach different concepts and can probably find the best way for your needs. I've had great success teaching students everything from beginning fractions through all of high school math through Calculus [more]

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