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All of proof-based mathematics lies atop of first order logic, that is, propositional logic with predicates, and quantifiers. This language has become natural to me in the course of earning two B.S. degrees in Math and Physics. I successfully completed the most difficult logic and discrete math class available at my university, and now tutor other pure math majors taking the same course. Logic courses are often taught in the context of discrete structures, the theory of computation, or algebra and number theory. My experience in these tangential subjects helps students to succeed in their part [more]

I have taken symbolic logic courses in middle school and received an A average. I have also used logic for computer programming courses in high school and college, also receiving A averages in these classes. I feel confident teaching and explaining symbolic logic concepts such as Modus Ponens, Modus Tollens, etc. as well as teaching the more general logic concepts like building complex arguments and breaking them down to make sense of them. I earned my pizza money since middle school and throughout high school, college, and post-college working and volunteering as both a tutor in all kinds of [more]

I took mathematical logic during my undergraduate education. The topics included boolean algebra, theorem proving via rules of inference, and later, equation logic. Part of the curriculum revolved around proving certain major results, including the completeness theorem for boolean algebra, and the compactness theorem. I helped a number of students with solving logic problems. I emphasize the fact that practicing logic strengthens one's ability to think in many different school disciplines. I also mention that solving many puzzles, which many of us like doing in our spare time, requires logical [more]

I earned a PhD. in Mathematics from SUNY at StonyBrook in 1979. I majored in Differential Geometry and minored in Partial Differential Equations. Unless you want me to tutor Godel's "incompleteness theorem", a PhD in Math should have more than enough qualification to teach Logic. I will start with set theory and mathematical logic. The ability of learning math is an intrinsic human characteristic. People might born with different ability to do math. Judging from the way the math is taught in most of our schools, on average, it is not your fault that you are not fully use your ability. I can [more]

My studies of mathematics at UC Berkeley have given me knowledge and experience with mathematical logic. I have taken a discrete math class discussing truth tables, Boolean operations and proof techniques. I have experience working with students on the introduction to proofs. In addition, I have taken more advanced classes in the math department on the theory of sets, first-order and second-order logic and recursion theory. I am a UC Berkeley graduate passionate about math and tutoring. I have tutored math and statistics in the Berkeley Student Center, where I tutored students both individ [more]

I have a Master's in Electrical Engineering which is math, physics, and logic intensive. I also have a BS, which required learning computer programming in general. Assuming this is like Digital logic, I had lots of classes in my BSEE and more in the MSEE, and used it a lot in my career as an engineer. Doing software engineering, logic is common use. Logic (AND, OR, NOT, XOR, etcetera) are in almost everything application such as excel, access, lots. I have experience teaching for more than 30 years part time as I worked full time applying what I teach in industry. I have a Master's in Electric [more]

From 1996-1999, I student Symbolic Logic and Many Valued Logic at Westfield State College. I also served as a volunteer teaching assistant. I have been a third grade general education teacher and a special education teacher for grades one through five, with experience writing Individual Education Plans (IEP's) and analyzing psycho-educational testing to determine special education eligibility. As a professional elementary school teacher and substitute teacher, I have over ten years of professional experience with students from diverse populations of all cultures and economic levels. I have a [more]

I have taken and passed the Stanford AI class. Unit 7 was on propositional logic and truth tables. I was a Lecturer for 5 years at Hesser College and Chester College in multiple subjects. Before teaching, I spent 10+ years as a vision researcher at Harvard and its affiliates. In addition to teaching at the college level, I also homeschooled my son through middle school using an accredited curriculum. His exemplary test scores for curriculum progress and the ISEE standardized tests demonstrated both his learning and my teaching ability in all middle school subject matter. I am a patient... [more]

I was a math major in undergrad, which is almost exclusively logic-based. I continued to perform complicated proofs through graduate school and tutored students often in proof techniques. My Proof Techniques course covered truth tables and other symbolic logic mainstays. I am familiar with inverse, converse, logical equivalence of the contrapositive, proof by way of contradiction, induction vs. deduction, and more, all learned during my math degree. Hi, my name's Mark! Two years ago, I moved home to Boston after completing my MA in economics at Duke University. I came up here to work another r [more]

I have been teaching logic for over 10 years both incorporated into geometry courses as well as algebra courses. I am an MIT graduate with 2 doctorate degrees and I am well qualified to teach logic - both deductive and inductive logic, syllogisms, etc. I am an MIT grad with 2 doctorate degrees, and over 10 years of experience tutoring: physics, chemistry, biology, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, biochemistry, microbiology, anatomy and physiology, pharmacology, cell biology, and genetics. Currently, I work full-time as a Research Scientist at MIT. I have also done so [more]

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