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As a PhD student in Mathematics Education, I solve a number of unusual, non-routine problems and enjoy it! If you're just breaking into logic in high school geometry, I can help you figure that stuff out, too. Hi there! I'm Patrick, and I'd be happy to help you learn something new! I am currently a Mathematics Education doctoral student at Columbia University, where I have completed my Mathematics BA (2014), Mathematics Education MA (2016), and Mathematics Education MPhil (2017). This will mark my 10th year as a private tutor in Mathematics from Kindergarten to University level (with a particu [more]

My credentials in logic come from the semesters I spent at Fordham University, where taking at least two classes in logic was mandatory. I passed both with very good grades. I can teach students basic logic, syllogisms, "if-then" statements, avoid logical fallacies, and how to draw conclusions by using deductive reasoning. Mathematically, I can help teach students to apply mathematical rules and concepts to their work. Other logic topics I can help with include how to construct a logical argument, how to support a statement, and how to arrive at a correct conclusion. I can also teach the di [more]

Logic is part of the algebra courses I took in eighth and ninth grade. I passed both years with grades of A. I have also tutored Logic since 1997 to several students. I have been tutoring students in math for around 25 years. I have tutored students in various branches of math ranging from arithmetic to calculus. I have tutored students as young as my nephews as well as students older than my mother. My methods in mathematics have been proven to work well. Many of my past clients have passed Regents exams, RCTs, did well on standardized tests like SATs and ACTs, and earned excellent grades in [more]

I was a programmer before and I have taken a logic course in my undergrad. I earned an undergraduate degree in information systems from University of Wisconsin Madison. My first job was as a technology analyst. Then I moved to Ernst and Young as a technology consultant. I'm pursuing my MBA degree now at NYU Stern with specialization in finance. I graduated from University of Wisconsin - Madison with an information systems major and a computer science minor. Then I worked for financial companies in New York in a few functions as programmer, data analyst and technology consultant. Currently I'm [more]

I have course background and experience in formal logic, as well as mathematical logic, metamathematics, logic in natural-language argumentation, and related topics in philosophy and computer science. From programming and teaching computer logic, I know how to break down logical puzzles into comprehensible pieces. I am aware of classic paradoxes and problems that students at any level can find enjoyable and challenging test cases for their facilities. I am a writer, programmer, and experienced mentor who loves teaching. Harvard College AB in Physics and Philosophy, United States Presidential S [more]

I am a PhD student in mathematics and logic is an integral topic within mathematics. I have tutored students in set theory and logic, finite math, and discrete math for several years. I understand various proof techniques, including proof by induction, proof by contraposition, proof by contradiction, etc. and in fact employ these techniques each and every day in my own coursework. I am an inquisitive student of the seemingly disparate disciplines of mathematics and music. I am currently a Pure Mathematics PhD student at the CUNY Graduate Center in Manhattan. I also have my BM from the Crane In [more]

I took a college class in Logic and obtained an "A" in it. Also, I've tutored what was known as Sequential I and II (now Integrated Algebra and Algebra II), which required knowledge of logic terminology (including its p's, q's, conjunctions, disjunctions, tautologies, conditional "If ...then's", as well as 2 column proofs involving reasons such as "modus tollens" and "modus ponens" for proving if a statement was valid based upon its premises. I am a very patient Math tutor who is dedicated to improving my student's skills. I tutor Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Trigonometry and Geometry. [more]

I've studied many logic courses in college. These include model theory, proof theory, and computability. I've also spent time researching algorithmic randomness and TAing some courses. As a senior in high school, I tutored students one-on-one in calculus, physics, and SAT prep. In my second year of college, I taught middle school students advanced mathematical concepts in an enrichment course called the Young Scholars Program. I led small, weekly sessions which utilized hands-on and collaborative methods. Since September 2015, I've been privately tutoring math around New York City. The sum of [more]

As a philosophy student, I'm familiar with many aspects of logic, both formal and informal. I enjoy teaching informal logic as a part of critical thinking, and I'm trained in symbolic logic. I received an A with credit in the University of Washington's distance course in first-order symbolic logic, which emphasized natural deduction proofs. In graduate school, I received an A+ in modal logic, which emphasized first-order modal proofs using semantic tableaux. I'm Tom. I enjoy helping people improve their skills in a variety of areas. My scores on the SAT, ACT, and GRE are in the 99th percentile [more]

I have experience tutoring students in logic topics such as truth functions and tables, boolean algebra, formal proofs, proof by induction and transfinite induction, indirect proofs and proof by contradiction, cardinality, orderings, and ordinal numbers. I am comfortable explaining abstract mathematical concepts in simple and clear ways and can help with logic problem sets. I was a math major at Princeton and had a 3.8 GPA. I took both Intro to Logic and Advanced Logic at Princeton and received an A in each class. [more]

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