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As a student of the Classics, I am particularly fascinated with Logic as it is employed both in oral and written arguments. I have completed university level courses in Logic and have regularly and systematically honed my skills by participating in amateur debates with attorneys and politicians (in such cases as the two exist exclusive of one another). I worked as a Senior Editor of Primary Federal Law for Thomson West, the leading publisher of legal materials in the US, and spent a great deal of time discerning the principles of Logic as they apply to case studies involving Federal jurisd [more]

In pursuit of my Bachelors in Pure Mathematics, I have taken several proof-based higher mathematics courses, which relied heavily on formal mathematical logic. Furthermore, as part of my Masters degree in Statistics, I have taken several Mathematical Statistics and Measure-theoretic courses heavily employing formal mathematical logic and systems of logic. To students and parents: From my experiences, I've learned how to communicate confusing and difficult mathematical and statistical concepts in multiple ways that can be understood by anyone. If something doesn't make sense to you, I can exp [more]

I took several logic-based courses in undergraduate. I obtained a 99th percentile score on the LSAT, a heavily logic-based test. I then graduated magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota law school, the best law school in the state and one of the top 20 in they country. I have been a practicing attorney for 3 years which required me to use logic every day. I'm Scott. I graduated from UC Davis and obtained my JD magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School. I have practiced for several years as an attorney and am now pursuing my MD. I am an experienced tutor, having taug [more]

I received a magna cum laude degree in philosophy from the University of Minnesota. Much of my coursework and specialization within that degree revolved around formal logic. In upper division courses I even touched on non-traditional logic systems. My honors thesis project was a paper applying formal logic to Benardete's paradox. Hi! My name is Russell and I am a math tutor based out of Minneapolis. I graduated magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota with a degree in both Mathematics and Philosophy. I have been working as a tutor in various capacities since the summer of 2015. My area [more]

I have taught the basics of logic in Survey of Mathematics courses at UNT. I also studied formal logic as part of my bachelors as well as masters. Hello, I'm Chris. I have always been a Math geek. I love Math and have spent the time learning it. I'm offering to put that knowledge to work for you. I like to focus on the logic of mathematics. Everything in mathematics is built from basic principles. I start from the basics to show students how and why things are done. With connections drawn from known principles, and with some encouragement, many students find they know more than they think th [more]

I have a Ph.D. with a minor in mathematics and a major in statistics, having switched degree programs from mathematics to statistics. While a graduate student in mathematics, I took a number of mathematical logic courses. I have taught far more elementary things in logic in a discrete mathematics course I taught, and with some of the hundreds of students I have tutored I have done tutoring in elementary logic. I have a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota with a major in statistics and a minor in mathematics. I am more interested in helping students who want to understand than those who w [more]

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