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I have extensive experience in computer programming through my time as an electrical and computer engineer and personal interests; I would argue that nothing teaches one to think logically better than having to explain things to a computer. My skill with logic placed me consistently at the top of my class in Discrete Math and OOP, exposures which further developed my abilities. Finally, I have years of experience teaching difficult subject matter with an interactive and Socratic method, which is effective under any circumstances, but essential for teaching something like logic, which demands a [more]

I have taught logic in many different courses many, many times over these last twelve years or so! Logic was a part of the graduate geometry class I taught and the remedial graduate math class I helped design. I was even helping a home-schooled high school student with logic problems just this past week. I really enjoy teaching logic because it is a NEW set of symbols and many students look at them with no pre-conceived notions, no baggage like many people have with subjects like algebra. It's a chance at a FRESH start and fun and success in a really different aspect of math (that is, none [more]

I studied mathematical logic with Gerald Sachs at M.I.T. I took every mathematical logic class offered at Harvard and M.I.T. These include Recursion Theory, Set Theory, Model Theory, and Higher Recursion Theory. In each class, the grade of A was received. Books studies include Enderton's "A Mathematical Introduction to Logic" and Hodges' "A Shorter Model Theory." I taught mathematical logic in the philosophy department at UGA. I studied mathematics at M.I.T. for many years. I came to Georgia to get a doctorate in philosophy. I have been teaching and tutoring for a decade at various colleges [more]

I've taken symbolic logic classes in College. Also, and likely more relevant, I'm a software engineer and write programs for a living. I deal with the "logic" of how to get what I want on a regular basis. I want you to enjoy these sessions too, or at a minimum, feel good about them. I enjoy Mathematics and Logic, and the opportunity to review, discuss, and learn is always welcome. I've tutored both Math and Computer Science in the past. I've also been a teacher at the college level. I enjoy sharing information, and find tutoring to be both fun and rewarding. Professionally, I'm a Software S [more]

I taught Logic several times. I took two courses related to Logic. I have a Ph.D. in Mathematics. I am a productive Mathematician working and living in Jackson area. I am looking to tutor and help students with their math skills. I am qualified to teach and tutor students in all areas of math including Algebra I & II, College Algebra, Calculus I-III, Statistics and Probability, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Discrete Mathematics and so on. I am also fluent in Chinese. Please contact me if you need helps.... [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]

I have twice taught university level Elementary Logic at Southern Illinois University. I have taken a graduate level course in deductive logics, and my research requires familiarity with modal logic. My name is Steven, and I'm a PhD candidate in philosophy at Southern Illinois University. I'm finishing my dissertation this year, which means I'll receive my doctorate in May of 2015. It's been a long road to get here. I nearly failed out of high school, spent a couple years working as a cashier, and then stumbled into the local community college before transferring unexpectedly to Ripon College [more]

Experienced with truth tables, logical operators, and algebraic models dealing with logic. I have also independently studied Aristotelian logic to some extent. I would certainly be able to assist undergraduate math students in any algebra, geometry, statistics, or beginning logic course. On October 7, 2013, I completed my PhD in Mathematics and Science Education. My accomplishment demonstrates that it is possible to overcome life's obstacles. As a teenager, I hated math and struggled with it during my middle and high school years. My father, on the other hand, being a great mathematician, moti [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 graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Mathematics. As a pure math major I took everything from Linear Algebra to Advanced Calculus. I am currently a High School Math teacher and have taught everything except AP Calculis. I understand what it is like to struggle in a math class. I believe everyone can learn math with the right approach. I will do whatever it takes to help you be successful. I have been a high school math teacher for 20 years. I have taught everything from Pre Algebra to Pre Calculus and AP Statistics. I wrote the Geometry Curriculum for our school and consider that course [more]

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