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My background in Math and Comp Sci encompasses quite a bit of logic; including discrete math at the undergraduate level (University of MD CMSC250) and Mathematical Logic at the graduate level (University of MD MATH712 + 713). These courses covered basic boolean logic, including connectives, truth tables, and equivalences; predicate logic; completeness and incompleteness among other core topics. Both of my degrees depending heavily on proofs, including basic techniques such as induction, proof by contradiction, etc; these concepts were used extensively in my graduate abstract algebra, algor [more]

I have a BA in mathematics from Ohio State University and I am currently pursing an MA in mathematics from the University of Kansas. I have taken a course in basic logic and set theory, taught a linear algebra course where a lot of the emphasis was on introductory proof methods, and tutored a few students in courses where they were just beginning to handle proofs, which most of the time requires an explanation of basic logic. I have a BA in mathematics from Ohio State University and am working on completing an MA in mathematics at the University of Kansas. I have taught many of the lower-level [more]

I have both a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Mathematics. Logic is used in every aspect of upper level math as well as all aspects of Geometry. I am very confident in my ability to tutor students on the concept of logic in mathematics. I am currently a high school math teacher as well as an adjunct math professor at the college level. I have teaching experience and certifications in math grades 5-12 as well as my master's degree in upper level mathematics. I have classroom and online teaching experience and I have also tutored both at school and at home. I can provide students immediate [more]

I have twice taught university level Elementary Logic at Southern Illinois University. I have taken a graduate level course in deductive logics, and my research requires familiarity with modal logic. My name is Steven, and I'm a PhD candidate in philosophy at Southern Illinois University. I'm finishing my dissertation this year, which means I'll receive my doctorate in May of 2015. It's been a long road to get here. I nearly failed out of high school, spent a couple years working as a cashier, and then stumbled into the local community college before transferring unexpectedly to Ripon College [more]

I have a PhD in Mathematics and worked as a Mathematics Professor for six years. I took Propositional Calculus course as an undergraduate at UC Berkeley and Took several Foundations of Mathematics courses while an undergraduate. In total, I have over 16 years of experience using formal Logic (Set Theory, Propositional Calculus). I graduated from UC Berkeley, with a BA in Mathematics; from the University of Oregon, with an MS in Mathematics and a PhD in Mathematics; and from the University of Utah with a JD from the J.S. Quinney College of Law and an MBA from the David Eccles School of B [more]

I graduated with a philosophy degree in 1995 which included a course in Symbolic Logic. I then went on to law school where I continued my education in logical fallacies and deductive reasoning (e.g. the negative inference rule in statutory analysis). I also obtained a Master's Degree in Library and Information Science where I studied the role of inductive reasoning in website design and systems analysis and design. I tailor lesson plans to the topic being taught as well as the student's preferred learning style. Multimedia is often effective in reinforcing materials covered orally and in writi [more]

Having graduated summa cum laude in CS, I had many semesters of logic and reasoning. In fact, I'm starting to believe binary may have bent my brain! Boasting 25 years of application experience as a developer, architect and mentor, I have been teaching and writing Java since it was introduced publicly. I am an expert in distributed Java EE technologies, teaching classes in a wide range of topics, including Spring, JPA, Java, Advanced Java, Android, OO, UML, Web Development, REST, JavaBeans, and Performance Tools. I also create custom courses for corporations, targeted to their specific needs. [more]

I took coursework in logic in college (achieving a grade of A). I have also tutored in logic previously. I have been tutoring for over 10 years, mostly focusing on mathematics. I have tutored students with many challenges including learning and physical disabilities. I am very friendly, open, patient and flexible with my students. I view tutoring as an excellent challenge through which I may exercise my communication skills. I am also pursuing a Masters degree at Maryville University in Actuarial Science (which merges the studies of Statistics with Finance) and studying for the professiona [more]

I have a master's degree in math. I worked on the subject extensively in college and passed it with a grade of "A". I passed this subject on GRE Test with 99% result. I am a MO, IL and NY states certified HS Math, Physics and Chemistry, and MS Math and Science teacher who has a proven knowledge in all levels of Math from basics to the highest ones and profound knowledge in Physics and Chemistry as well. I have always been able to improve students' knowledge and State Tests results everywhere I worked. I have a Master's degree in Mathematics from European and American universities. I have pr [more]

I believe I am qualified to tutor logic because most of my colleges courses after my first semester my sophomore year are all logic based. Sets and logic was the first course I took and received a B+, I received an A- in numerical analysis, and an A in complex variables. These courses needed logic and reasoning, as well as proof writing to be successful in these courses. I began teaching algebra while I was a freshman in college. I taught 5 algebra courses with a 96% pass rate. I also have success in tutoring all branches of math from algebra to calculus, as well as some logic and theory cours [more]

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