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I graduated from UCSD with a math degree, graduating magna cum laude. One upper division course was Logic. I became a programmer, and have been using the basics of logic for over 35 years. I have great skills in debugging, and this is an exercise in logic as well. Qualifications: -BA in Math from UCSD, magna cum laude -OVER 4000 successful hours of tutoring in the last 6 years -You will not only learn the subject, you will learn to improve your ability TO study -Can debug even the most bogged student -Excellent reviews from clients attending major colleges to K-6th -I've even had studen [more]

During my undergraduate studies I got a 3.8 in a logic course, and during my graduate studies I got a 3.7 in a deductive reasoning course. On the logic section of the GRE test I was at the 91 percentile score level. I regularly use logical reasoning when explaining math to students, during my own graduate studies - MS in Mathematics earned 2012, and in every day life. I have 15 years of experience teaching mathematics to students of all ages and backgrounds, but I especially enjoy tutoring students one-on-one where I can focus on the student's individual learning needs. I have taught and tu [more]

I've helped several students better understand logic materials for their school subjects, from a student taking logic for her community college math requirement, to writing logical reasoning elements into the curriculum for an entire Southern California junior debate league (with over 500 students enrolled). I have experience teaching the basics of symbolic logic and propositional logic (conditional statements / if -- then / truth tables / atomic symbols), basic logic "language" (^ in / & out etc.), as well as more applied logic (LSAT logical reasoning multiple choice, the use of logical fall [more]

I completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from the University of California, Los Angeles. I completed two lower-division philosophy courses in Logic as an undergraduate, one of which is now an upper-division philosophy course in the philosophy department at UCLA. These Logic courses were instructed by a world-renowned logician in the Philosophy department at UCLA by the name of David Kaplan, via a software program he authored, Logic 2000. I am a Top 1% WyzAnt Tutor and can provide verification from WyzAnt CEO Andrew Geant himself upon request. Please review my credentials and qual [more]

I have had to use logic in my 25+ years in business. I wrote extensive modeling in excel which was premised on building logic -- determining when triggers are set off, what would happen on variables that can be changed. I have done this in excel and some other computer languages. Also personally love puzzles, especially logic ones (like round table and who sits where). Although I have spent much of my working adult career within finance, I have always had a love for teaching and the personal sense of satisfaction it gives me when I can get the "lightbulb" to go off for students. I received m [more]

I took Logic during my undergraduate program at Indiana University and I have taken Discrete Mathematics at UNLV. Logic is seen in many math courses, such as probability, linear algebra, and statistics. In logic, you use many symbols. So being able to understand them and know how to utilize them is extremely important. MY TEACHING BELIEFS: I have had the pleasure of working with hundreds of students of all ages ranging from elementary math to advanced college courses, both privately and in large classrooms. I also believe that all students are different. Different students have different str [more]

Logic is one of my core areas of research interest and is the area I have the most experience teaching in. I have taken numerous graduate-level courses in logic, including Modal Logic and Metalogic. I developed and taught a university-level course covering both Propositional (Sentential) and Predicate (Quantificational) Logic. I have also worked with USC faculty to develop online resources for teaching and learning introductory logic, aimed at making the material accessible to visual learners unfamiliar with formal languages. [more]

Being an Electrical Engineering graduate, I have taken multiple courses that involved learning logic theory, applying logic theory, and doing math using logic. I have done great in all my logic courses and feel that I will be able to tutor the subject and help students understand how logic works. I am a graduate of California State University with a BS degree in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics. I enjoy the idea of teaching students and others who want to learn about new things and how they can use the newly gained knowledge to further their education. I have a great and well [more]

I've taught 23 logic courses (including symbolic logic) at the college level. I earned my masters at UT Austin where I focused on the metaphysics of space and time and took many advanced logic courses. I enjoy not just logic but also critical thinking more broadly and would be happy to help anyone trying to learn this difficult material. Hey I'm Tristan. I'm an adjunct philosophy professor at Santa Monica College and I've been teaching logic and philosophy for 10 years. I love to think about philosophy and I have a wide range of philosophical interests. I've taught courses on the philosophy of [more]

I have a great love for Boolean and First-Order Predicate Logic. I have studied logic several times in both philosophy and mathematics courses, but most notably, I took a class in college on mathematical logic which concluded with a proof of The Soundness and Completeness Theorem of First-Order Predicate Logic and an in-depth examination of the Incompleteness Theorem of Arithmetic. I can help you understand deductions, argumentation, and model interpretations and extensions. I would need a refresher on model theory, the Compactness Theorem, and LST Theorem before I could tutor graduate-level l [more]

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