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While studying computer science in college, I studied formal logic both as a mathematical tool (first-order logic and symbolic logic) and a rhetorical idea (in my "Introduction to Logic" philosophy class). I'm familiar with the most important logical laws (Law of Identity, Law of non-contradiction, etc), constructs (Modus tollens, modus ponens, etc), and fallacies (Post hoc, strawman, non sequitor, etc). I'm also a great fan of logic puzzles, especially the works of Raymond Smullyan. Who am I, and why on earth would you let me tutor you? I'm a recent college graduate currently working as a s [more]

I studied logic at Bellevue College in high school. I have tutored several logic students. I maintain my proficiency with quiz questions from a math website. I studied a variety of fields while pursuing my degree in Chemical Engineering. I am a skilled tutor with more than 5,000 hours of experience tutoring or teaching. I studied a variety of fields, while pursuing my Chemical Engineering degree. I became a tutorial instructor, because I am excited to see people learn. I was a tutor, through college. I always studied for depth with the intent to teach what I learned. It is common for my stude [more]

I have a UC Santa Cruz Mathematics degree, and have taken courses in Intro to Proofs and Problem Solving, Upper division courses in Complex Analysis, Group Theory, Number Theory, Probability, and Non-Euclidean Geometry. All these courses require a high level of understanding logic, especially when doing direct proofs, proof by contradiction, or proofs by induction. In the last 10 years, I have built a career working with children ages 5 and up, 6 years has been spent working in after school care programs under the YMCA, After School All Stars, and the Diocese of Monterey Bay. This past wint [more]

I took formal logic and metalogic at Kent State and got A's both times. I took metalogic, logic seminar on completeness and computability, and set theory at the University of Washington, earning a 4.0, 4.0 and 3.6, respectively. I have taught introduction to logic and critical thinking at UW and Cascadia Community College and have written an introductory formal logic textbook currently in beta testing. I specialize in standardized tests, especially SAT, ACT and LSAT. Although I generally consider myself a mathematician, having studied and taught philosophy at UW for seven years, I also have [more]

I have taught many students the concepts and applications of mathematical logic. Topics include, but are not limited to, truth tables and Venn diagrams which I've applied to solving word problems that involve building a two-dimensional table and by the process of elimination determine which situations are and are not possible. I've also taught students set theory including intersection and union. I have been a math and computer science tutor since 2009 and have worked with over 100 students individually. My students range from elementary school to high school seniors. I tailor each lesson [more]

I have taken college level courses in logic, both Intro into Logic and Advanced Logic. I received A's in both classes. In addition, I worked with Logic as part of my specialization in my Philosophy degree. Hi, my name is Erica. I have a dual degree in Biochemistry and Philosophy (with a specialization in Logic, Science, and Analytic Philosophy). My tutoring experience includes working as a tutor for two years at Seattle University tutoring my peers in chemistry, biology, physics, and calculus and volunteering by tutoring first graders for a year, focusing primarily on math, reading, and wri [more]

I discovered my love for logic in high school when I spent an entire summer immersing myself in theoretical math, proving obscure facts like 1+1=2. In geometry I aced all the proof quizzes and found it easy to apply to calculus and physics as well. Even now my favorite puzzles are logic equations, even if they are in the form of circuits these days. As an engineering program manager for 15 years, and with an MIT degree to boot, I know my fair share of math and science, having taken Calculus, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology AP II. It all started when my algebra teacher sent me to math camp and [more]

I am in the Computer Science field, wherein logic and discrete math are foundations for my work. I have tutored several students in these fields and find that often, students simply need a bit of extra help learning the basic principles at the start of a class, or that they need something explained to them in a different way than what they have previously heard. I am qualified to teach logic principles found in high school and university course levels, up to and including some graduate material. [more]

[You hire a great logic tutor] --> [You will improve your study of logic and enjoy the process of learning!] [I am a great logic tutor] ---------------------------------------------------------------- [You hire me] --> [You will improve your study of logic and enjoy the process of learning!] I earned an A+ in Logic (Philosophy 101) in college and continued on to excel in several upper level Philosophy courses. I scored in the 99th percentile on the LSAT (law school entrance exam that tests logical reasoning). I enjoy analyzing arguments and crafting only those that are consistent, valid, comp [more]

I completed a 27-unit undergraduate minor in math and logic (along with two majors)that included 12 units in mathematical and symbolic logic. I have also edited textbooks on logic. I always include a logic component in my philosophy courses. The subject is essential for learning machine languages. I have been tutoring students for many years in many subjects, since I have a very broad academic and professional background. I am especially good at helping students prepare for the PSAT and the SAT. My own score on the old SAT was 1580; that is, I missed only one question. Sometimes students thi [more]

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