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I have taught logic as a teaching assistant at UCSD, with excellent evaluations. As a philosophy PhD student I have taken courses in propositional logic, predicate logic, and modal logic. I can teach logical rules and proofs, and also formal and informal fallacies. I am a graduate student at UC San Diego, completing a PhD in philosophy. I?m passionate about philosophy, ancient history, literature, and writing, and I love sharing my passion with other people. Naturally I can tutor students in any philosophical subject, and I?m also able to work with history, literature, and writing ? as well as [more]

I have completed extensive math classes in college while majoring in Electrical Engineering. Advanced math classes related to Logic include Calculus I, II, III, Differential Equations, and Digital Logic and Systems. The Digital Logic class include constructing Truth Tables for statements such as Negation, Conjunction and Disjunction, Conditional and Bi-conditional, Tautologies and Contradictions, Fundamental Properties of Logical Equivalence. I have a very strong math background through my Electrical Engineering major in college. I taught math students of various levels for approximately 15 [more]

I've passed Math 109 at UCSD which mainly covers logic, set theory, proofs and equivalence relations. I also took CSE 20A which is more discrete math that touches on logic. My general coursework uses mathematical reasoning and logic so i'm very familiar with logic with regards to mathematical statements and proofs. Hi, my name is Seth, I love Math and teaching. I really want to help you or a student you know achieve something worthwhile; whether it be breaking into the 700's on the SAT Math Section, moving up a letter grade in your math classes or just developing better study habits and life s [more]

Throughout my education, I have become very knowledgeable in logic, particularly because it was crucial to most of my core courses. Passing multiple logic courses was a requirement for my philosophy degree, and I excelled in all related classes. I enjoy the subject immensely and I have tutored it, as well as critical thinking and related math courses. Hello, my name is Christine. I have plenty of experience tutoring since I began in 2001. My tutoring experience includes tutoring individuals and groups at the K-12 and university levels. When I started tutoring, I was tutoring friends of mine in [more]

I took a set theory, logic, and proofs class back at Cal Poly Pomona. I also took a class on critical thinking that followed similar principles to the logic part of the math class on logic. Finally, programming classes have a lot of logic-based lectures. Hello, everyone! My name is Joseph, and I currently reside in sunny San Diego after having just graduated from the California Polytechnic University, Pomona with a degree in Computer Engineering and a minor in mathematics. Having taken numerous math-heavy courses for my engineering degree and math minor, I have the knowledge necessary to help [more]

I have studied and tutored logic in a variety of contexts and while having quite a bit of fun! During college, I took a rigorous full-semester course on logic, at which I excelled. Later, much to my joy, I was a logic TA for that same class. I also recently took a Discrete Mathematics class which honed my logic skills, my ability to explain logic to my class peers, and allowed me more practice with the subject. ?Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.? -commonly attributed to Benjamin Franklin One of my favorite feelings has always been the ?a-ha!? moment [more]

I have taken 2 undergraduate logic courses, and 1 undergraduate/graduate course in logic and its metatheory. I have also taught my own introductory logic course (at Michigan State University). I have a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in philosophy, and I have taught introductory logic and introductory ethics courses. I am currently a doctoral student in philosophy at the University of California-San Diego, where I am a graduate teaching assistant for introductory philosophy courses and humanities courses. I have also tutored several WyzAnt students in logic and moral philosophy. So I a [more]

I have taken two logic courses at SDSU during 2011 and 2010 from Professor Carl Eckberg during my MA in Math teaching. They were in the computer science and the math departments but both covered logic including truth tables, circuits and more. I have been teaching both accounting and computer science at Palomar College part time since 2002. I also have a BS in Math, a California Single Subject Math Teaching Credential and will be earning an MA in Math Teaching by the end of 2012. I have been tutoring math and other subjects since 2004. HOWEVER: please understand that I am not here to do your h [more]

I have completed critical thinking and logic classes, most recently Symbolic Logic, also known as sentential or propositional calculus. I am familiar with truth tables, (indirect or not), symbolic translations, predicate logic and translations, logical proofs, conditional proofs, the rules of replacement, the rules of inference, identifying and explaining logical fallacies, logical contradictions and mapping of arguments. I would be happy to assist any student further their grasp of logic. I am a currently a full time college student and I am more than happy to help in any way I can! Through t [more]

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