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As part of my computer science training, I was required to study logic and how it applies to algorithms in computer science. Logic is the building block of all sciences and math, and without understanding it the student will have a hard time in all of those. I also took a philosophy course in logic. I typically teach all concepts of logic from analogies to logical operations and their composition, as well as logic problems and how to solve them using the logical grid. I believe that every student is capable of learning. My goal is to allow them to reach their maximum potential by getting them [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'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]

I can help you with symbolic logic, sentence logic and predicate logic. I can explain truth functional operators, necessary vs. sufficient conditions, contrapositive - my favorite! - and more. I will explain logic's concepts to you in plain English and everyday analogies (which I make up on the fly), in a way that your teachers and textbooks can't. I will show you techniques for making truth tables easy to do and understand. I will work with you on proofs and show you tips for doing them. I have not taken a formal logic course. But I have a computer science undergraduate degree and mathemati [more]

I have a degree in philosophy and logic is one of the requisites for a philosophy degree. I have completed courses in symbolic logic as well as used logic to represent coherent arguments in other areas of philosophy. This also extends into my graduate career as far as it pertains to moral philosophy, which was one of the main focuses. This past year I graduated with my Master's Degree from King's College London. I studied Bioethics in the department of Social Science, Health and Medicine there. Over the past few years, I have accrued a wealth of experience in several different areas, both prof [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]

I have studied mathematical logic during my undergraduate studies. In graduate school I formally had a concentration in Logic, so I have passed a qualifying examination in logic. I have really enjoyed learning about algorithmic randomness. (However, my thesis is in metric geometry.) I can teach you computability theory (also called recursion theory). I will also be happy to explain the basics of mathematical logic including propositional logic and first-order predicate logic. If you have always wondered about G?del's theorems, cardinals and ordinals, the Axiom of Choice, or Zermelo-Fraenkel A [more]

I have taught Logic both as a mathematics course and a philosophy course at Touro College. In mathematics I cover set theory, propositional and predicate logic. Philosophy course focuses mostly on reasoning, syllogisms, inductive and deductive methods, fallacies, etc. While programming is my profession, teaching is my passion. Having graduated with a Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Chicago, I have continuously taught mathematics and computer science at a college level for over 40 years while working as programmer. When my children were in high school and college I have often tut [more]

My doctoral dissertation was in Boolean algebras which is related to mathematical logic. Furthermore, most of my mathematical research is related to mathematical logic, and much of it can be classified as mathematical logic. I personally see mathematical logic as the most elegant and profound subject to study, and I want students to appreciate this elegance. Since I have much experience in mathematical logic. I can help students understand the subtleties behind mathematical logic. I have earned a Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of South Florida in May of 2013 with an emphasis on mathe [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]

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