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Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.95 77 ratings

As a high school student I had studied it as part of the required curriculum. I have also taught it to high school students. Logic was also part of the Discrete Mathematics course I had taken at NYU which also included boolean algebra, it is related to logic. As a double major in Mathematics and Physics as an undergraduate, I continued to enjoy the connections between the two fields of study I explored as a high school student. Helping students to see the beauty in nature as they solidify their understanding is a joyous experience in itself. The confidence students gain as the holes in the [more]

I have an extensive background in courses dealing with logic. As a mathematics major, all of my advanced coursework was proof-based, so mathematical logic is second nature to me. Specifically, I took a course titled Logic and Proof in Mathematics which provided a good introduction to mathematical logic. Additionally, I have taken several computer science courses, which gave me experience using logic as it pertains to programming. I am a recent graduate of UCF with a bachelor?s degree in mathematics and over two years of tutoring and classroom teaching experience. During my time in Seminole Co [more]

As a student, I was required to have an extensive background in proofs. I have completed proofs in geometry, calculus, linear algebra, and abstract algebra. I have been a tutor for Mathnasium for a year. I am also currently a Masters student in Mathematics at the University of Central Florida. Hello, my name is Corey, and I currently have a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics from the University of Florida with a year of High School and Middle School teaching experience. I have been tutoring ever since I graduated high school, and I love to see the people that I tutor improve and succeed! [more]

I served in the United States Air Force as a Satellite and Wideband Telecommunications Operator and Maintainer and am currently enrolled at UCF in the College of Engineering and Computer Science studying Computer Engineering. Both my career and my degree require exceptional logic skills in order to succeed. After high school I joined the United States Air Force and spent 6 years working as a Satellite and Wide-band Telecommunications Operator and Technician. I was stationed at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany and MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Florida. I was deployed to Balad Air Base, Balad, [more]

I have studied Boolean logic in school, during my undergraduate courses. Lately I used it for the construction of truth-tables which were, in turn, used in image-processing algorithms. I have also tutored undergraduate students in logic. Hello students! Here is what I have to offer: 1) My teaching approach and philosophy Teaching Mathematics + helping students succeed has always been one of passions. That is why I have been doing it for over 20 years. I enjoy the process of figuring out what is causing a student to struggle and offering them the tools to overcome those difficulties. Noth [more]

I currently teach a subject, College Mathematics, at a local college. This class includes a unit in Boolean Algebra. We cover such topics as truth tables and solving syllogisms using truth tables and/or Euler circles. As an adjunct faculty member for the Mathematics Department at Seminole State College since 2000, I have taught more than 40 classes. My Master?s degree in Pure and Applied Mathematics was obtained from Montclair University in New Jersey. I also completed many courses in Mathematics Education at Rutgers University. I currently tutor in and around the Orlando area [more]

I took a formal logic course fall of my first year of college, and ended the class with a 110% grade. As a result my professor recommended I tutor his course in future semesters at the Rollins tutoring center, and for the last 3 semesters I have done so. In tutoring students since then I have improved my logic skills and continue to do so as I am now preparing for my LSAT exam. As a recent Rollins College graduate, I have first-hand experience on how to succeed academically, and want to help other students do the same. A double major in English and Philosophy with a Pre-Law emphasis, I receive [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$36 per hour.

4.89 1844 ratings

I studied Logic at Boston College (and this included symbolic logic), Finite Mathematics at the University of Rochester (and this included symbolic logic and the relationship of symbolic logic to set theory and probability theory), many courses in probability and statistics (which extensively use logic and logical conditions), and several programming languages (FORTRAN, PL/1, Basic, APL, macros, Visual Basic, etc.). (APL was especially focused on symbolic logic.) I applied these things in my research into information retrieval logic and the selective dissemination of information and in my wo [more]

I have completed Mathematical Logic and Proofs, Discrete Structures, and Formal Logic courses. Each of these three courses offered a different perspective on logic. I have been tutoring a College Mathematics courses consistently for at least two years which partially focuses on turning sentences into propositions, identifying valid and invalid arguments, and set theory as they pertain to mathematics. Hello, I am a currently a junior mathematics major, and I have four years of tutoring experience and tutor management/consulting at the college/university level. My experience also includes three [more]

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