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Logic factored heavily into my studies as I completed my BA in Mathematics at CCSU. I studied logical statements in Discrete Math, and applied logic to construct exhaustive proofs in classes such as Abstract Algebra, Real Analysis, Advanced Geometry, and my senior capstone, Seminar in Proof. I have also applied logic in philosophy classes. I am a high school math teacher at a prestigious charter school in New Haven. My method is constructive - I assess the degree of comfort that a student has with the material first, then build on that understanding progressively. I have also helped many [more]

Logic is an inherent component of all mathematics which I utilize on a daily basis in my teaching and professional careers. In 2009, I gave a presentation in logic at the EPADEL (Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware) Mathematics Association of America meeting in Gettysburg, PA which focused on creating your own axiomatic (logic-based) system. **I am now accepting students for the Fall 2018 Semester in both college and high school!** I completed my Bachelor's in Mathematics with Secondary Education Certification from King's College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, where I took every Mathematics cou [more]

I passed a grad level logic course at central Connecticut state university with no issues. I have also studied logic and the operators extensively as I am a senior at central Connecticut state university. I'm a college student at CCSU and MCC. I understand the complexity of mathematics and how to break it down and simplify it so that anyone can understand it as well. I have experience in tutoring college students and high school level students. I'm confident that you or your child will understand the rationality of mathematics because the secret to understanding math lies within your m [more]

I took several classes in basic and advanced logic and also studied logic while prepping for the LSAT. I graduated with honors in my philosophy major, which had a heavy emphasis on logic. Hello, I'm Cecilia! I recently graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Connecticut College with a degree in Philosophy and Classics. I will be attending law school at Georgetown Law School in the fall. Until then, I am coordinating a tutor and mentor program for local middle school students in New London--a program in which I was a volunteer tutor for 4 years. My time with my remarkable students jus [more]

With a degree in computer engineering and minor in computer science, I have taken five logic math and circuits courses. I graduated from SUNY Polytechnic Institute with Bachelor of Sciences in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering with minors in Math and Computer Science. I also hold a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) with 3.7 GPA, Concentration in Electrical Power System, along with a Graduate Certificate in Power System and Electronics from NYU-POLY in Brooklyn NY. I was attending NYU-POLY as a Ph.D. student in Electrical Engineering. However, due to my curren [more]

I studied logic in philosophy as a philosophy minor and as a mathematics minor at Fairfield University. And I also have taken graduate courses. I currently work as a substitute teacher and I worked at Nature's Classroom for over six years. I am in the process of earning a secondary Mathematics teacher certification. I have a degree from Fairfield University in Physics and minors in Philosophy and Mathematics. I also have quite few courses of graduate Mathematics under my belt. I currently work as a substitute teacher and I worked at Nature's Classroom for over six years. I am currently in the [more]

Basic Logic Skills are crucial for understanding Euclidean Geometry proofs and for understanding Venn Diagrams in Probability and in Computer Science. I have taught and tutored logic at the high school level as it is part of the standard math curriculum in both NY state and CT. As a math major in college (Although as a course for math majors, it was an elective which I did not take.), I was required to know logic for the first chapter in multiple upper division mathematics classes such as Abstract Algebra, Linear Algebra, and/or Non-Euclidean Geometry. Topics we could cover would include: con [more]

I have a Ph.D. in Mathematics. To receive the Ph.D. one must be precise and logical. I have taken numerous logic courses. These courses include Deductive and Inductive Reasoning and Predicate Calculus. I teach Discrete Math, which includes truth tables and other logic topics. I have a Ph.D. in Mathematics with a specialty in Number Theory. I have tutored and taught for many years. I currently teach online at schools in Alabama, Maryland, New Hampshire, and Texas. I have tutored at the high school level. I have taught at the high school level. I have published math articles in national journals [more]

In my undergraduate and graduate studies in mathematics, I was trained to write numerous formal mathematical proof, using logic with math theorems, postulates, definitions, and properties. As a teacher, I have taught logic skills, in the form of 2-column proof writing, in multiple levels of geometry. Hi all! I have been teaching math and tutoring all high school math subjects for a decade. I love tutoring for the one on one experience is very rewarding to both the student and me. My schooling has been through a strong mathematics study. My undergraduate degree is in mathemati [more]

In pursuing my Mathematics degree in college, I excelled in many course involving rigorous mathematical proofs and logical reasoning. Among these courses are Philosophy of Logic, Symbolic Logic, Discrete Math, Real Analysis, Abstract Algebra, and Hyperbolic Geometry. I also achieved scores greater than average on the Putnam Mathematical Competition for several years, which is known to be an exceptionally difficult exam which relies heavily on the application of symbolic logic and sound reasoning. Additionally, I have tutored 200+ hours in various mathematics courses, often focusing on providin [more]

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