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I studied logic, as math major, both in the context of my courses requiring proofs, as well as a separate course (as 'Intro to Mathematics'). I am familiar with set theory, the language of logic, and how to structure and write proofs using logic notation. I received an A in my logic course and I have since then applied what I learned in all of my proceeding math courses. I have been tutoring for over 12 years, working with students to achieve their academic goals. Having been recognized in the past as one of Wyzant's Top 100 tutors, I have had the pleasure of helping hundreds of students dras [more]

I have a degree in secondary mathematics education from Baylor University. I have A's on my transcript in classes that require logic as a prerequisite. During my time at Baylor I tutored several peers in classes that covered the content in this course including inductive and deductive reasoning. I have experience helping students recognize fallacies in mathematical arguments and can help explain the characteristics of proofs and conjectures. My name is Sarah. I graduated from Baylor University with a major in secondary math education. During my time there I not only encountered a variety of te [more]

I help students with Venn diagrams, propositional and predicate logic, brain teasers, and complex problems involving the analysis of language and deductive reasoning. I can also help students with the formal study of deductive systems and proof systems. My graduate studies at Georgia Tech included mathematical logic, recursive function theory, and logic programming. The use of mathematical logic has been central to my 30-year career as an engineer and professional software developer. I am a computer scientist, engineer, and Texas-certified teacher who is highly qualified to teach mathematics [more]

I have enjoyed logic puzzles since I was eight years old; the highest grade I have ever received in a college class was 107 in logic, having not missed a single point all semester. On the debate team I won every debate I was on. I then went on to major in math, winning a scholarship from the National Science Foundation and publishing undergraduate research in the Journal of Algebra focused on the logical connections between upper triangular matrices and lattice-ordered algebras. I then went on to spend six years at NASA, singlehandedly designing software to consolidate and automate the trac [more]

Philosophy requires logic classes to be completed in both the undergraduate and graduate levels. I've studied both traditional syllogistic logic and the contemporary symbolic logic. My masters degree was completed recently, so all the rules are still fresh in my mind. I've always wanted to teach, and now that my masters is finally complete, I'm ready to begin working. Online tutoring is usually easier for me, but if you're willing to come downtown near me, there are a number of nice spots to do tutoring in person. I grew up in Pearland and graduated from Friendswood. Mathematics has always [more]

I have completed multiple graduate courses in first-order predicate logic. My M.A.-granting institution's stated aim is to prepare graduates to teach all core areas of analytic philosophy at an introductory level. This includes logic. Whether you need help with basic reasoning skills (such as identifying logical fallacies), logical translations, truth trees, recursive proofs, or derivations I can help you. I am currently a PhD student in the department of Philosophy at Rice University. As such, I specialize in writing and reading comprehension but I also enjoy teaching critical thinking, logi [more]

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