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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]

I took every logic based class my university had to offer and excelled in each. My philosophy degree focused on logic. During my classes, I tutored other students on the subject. Additionally, I am currently a lawyer and therefore utilize logic in every aspect of my job. I find that have a knack for breaking down logic problems and explaining them to students so that they can understand how to solve similar problems on their own. Hello everyone! I am a recent law school graduate and I am excited to share the knowledge and study tips I have learned during my 20 years of school with other stud [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]

I was a mathematics major in college. My first proof-intensive mathematics course was an introduction to logic through set theory. The course was designed to give students the ability to formulate and communicate mathematical arguments. Since that course, I took eight other proof-intensive college mathematics courses, and I wrote an undergraduate thesis on mathematics. I've tutored and taught mathematics and physics in a lot of different contexts. Right now, I'm working as a mathematics teaching assistant at the University of Buffalo, but I've also worked as a lecturer for a five-week course i [more]

As a Philosophy minor at St. Edward's University, I spent much time working with philosophical logic, argumentation, and scientific discovery (e.g. the Socratic Method). Furthermore, with the University of Phoenix, I've spent much time in Critical Thinking courses, Communications, Research and Evaluation, amongst others. Appropriately, these courses address logical fallacies and logical constructs to effective argumention. Finally, as a mathematics tutor, I've spent much time working with tautologies and other logical arguments. Working with contrapostivies, converses, and inverses also remain [more]

I am currently teaching at Kent State University, and I am also working towards my PhD in Pure mathematics. Since I am studying Pure Mathematics, I am mainly studying mathematical theory and using logic to write proofs. I have been writing proofs for more than 4 years now. Hello, I am a PhD Math Student at Kent State University, I got my Bachelors in Math at SUNY New Paltz in New York. I am in my second year of graduate school at Kent State and I plan to be a Professor after I finish. I have been teaching for the two years while I have been at Kent, and I started tutoring 5 years ago in un [more]

I have experience with Math logic in proofs, as well as Boolean logic that occurs in Electronics and circuitry. I'm not too strong in Philosophy logic, but since proofs show up in a lot of different Math courses, I've gotten use to using Logic, and I'd be happy to tutor it. I received my Bachelor's degree in Mathematics in June 2012 from Canisius College in Buffalo, NY. I also received my Master's degree in Mathematics in June 2015 from the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT. I have teaching and tutoring experience in most levels of math (with the exception of statistics and any financial [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]

I find programming on a computer and designing a digital circuits to use the logic. Logic is a system or set of principles underlying the arrangements of elements in a computer or electronic device so as to perform a specified task. I have taken Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals during my graduate level courses. I have taken Digital Design Principle & Practices that included the study of combinational logic design principles during my undergraduate courses. I believe that my undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering and graduate degree in Computer Science and Engineering has prepar [more]

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