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During my Master's studies I took one introductory course and one graduate course in symbolic logic. I also did two independent reading courses in set theory and logic in the math department. During this period I served for four semesters as a course assistant for courses in traditional syllogistic logic. During my Doctoral studies I took two courses in mathematical logic, and a course in set theory and a course in model theory in the math department. During this period I served for three quarters as a course assistant for courses in introductory symbolic logic. [more]

I have been teaching college level introduction to logic courses for 20 years. These courses include an analysis of argumentation, categorical logic, propositional logic, and natural deduction. I have taught students the basics of truth functional operators, the rules of inference for proving deductive argument valid, and the basic structure and rules of categorical logic. Thank you for visiting my profile. I am excited about helping you learn. I earned my BA in Telecommunications in 1991 and my Master's in Philosophy in 1995. Since then I have enjoyed connecting these two fields by teachi [more]

Logic is the science of evaluating and classifying statement forms. I have a broad understanding of logic and its many branches: Symbolic logic (of language), Programming logic, and Mathematical logic (prepositions, quantifiers, proofs, etc.) I have taken many courses that have given me an appreciation for the foundations of logic including: Introduction to Logic, Computer Programming, Discrete Math, and Numbers and Proof. I have also taken many advanced math courses that involve more detailed methods of proof including Abstract Algebra, Modern Geometry, Calculus III, and Complex Analysis. [more]

I have much experience with proof technique, symbolic logic, and set theory from mathematics coursework throughout college. Hello! My name is Ben S., and there is nothing I love more than helping people learn math. I have a MA in Secondary Education from UK and a BA in Mathematics from a liberal arts college. I always make sure my students are comfortable with things they don't know. I encourage them to ask questions, I am always patient when they don't understand something, and I help them be patient with themselves. With advanced students, I love extending what they learn in class, drawing [more]

As a math education, I have taken many proof-based math classes. These include abstract algebra, hyperbolic geometry, real variables, and proofs itself. I have helped students with True/False tables, logic statements and strings, and Boolean algebra. I can also help students learn how to efficiently use existential and universal quantifiers. I love to learn, and I love to teach even more. I became a tutor at a community college in 2012. Working at a community college, I realize and understand that most students struggle to make time for studying. As a result, I am very flexible. I graduated [more]

I received a Secondary Education degree with majors in both Mathematics and English. Both subjects require strong logic abilities. I have years of experience teaching logical argument and persuasion in college English writing classes and I also have experience tutoring students in "symbolic logic shortcuts" to help improve scores for the GRE Analytic section. I taught college English full-time for several years in Alabama and received multiple department and university commendations for my teaching, but now have switched to teaching high school Algebra 2 in Lexington, KY. In 2004, I received [more]

Math majors are required to take a class called Methods of Proof. The curriculum of this class includes a section on logical statements, truth tables, etc. This class, along with the entirety of upper division math curriculum, focuses on logical processes and proof based problem solving. I have been tutoring math for over five years, most recently as a tutor for Cal Poly's math department. My favorite part of any tutoring session is the buildup to the "Aha!" moment. I believe that building up to that moment is the most important, as it represents the learning process. If a student excels in th [more]

Formal logic is fundamental to many concepts in Computer Science and programming, which are my specialties. I have written contributions to a lesson in formal logic for a Computer Science course, and I received an A in my Introduction to Logic course in college. Later in college, I tutored several friends taking a similar (although more advanced) formal logic course. I have loved computers since I was a child, and learned many programming languages through the years. While earning my degree in computer science, I spent a lot of time tutoring C, C++, Java, and C#. I have written professional t [more]

I have a degree in computer science from a top tier private university. Obviously, an intense understanding of logic was required to earn this Bachelors. I have over 5 years of experience tutoring complex, technical subjects. Hello, Thank you for checking out my profile. I have been privately tutoring a great deal of math, statistics, and Excel lately, but I also tutor data analysis and information systems with a concentration in networks. My clients are generally professionals, graduate students, and undergraduate college students, but I would love to fill my schedule with more geometry a [more]

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