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I have been studying logic and related fields for years, having earned a bachelor's and master's in philosophy. Though it is often obvious when an argument is logical or illogical, sometimes it is not. In both cases, I can help students notice the patterns, structures, and fallacies that make up good and bad arguments. I can help students come to understand why an argument is logical or illogical. Once one understands the why, he can then produce valid arguments and avoid producing invalid ones on his own with accuracy and style. [more]

I am qualified to tutor logic due to the fact that I have a bachelor's degree in pure Mathematics. The course work involved in this program was rigorous in terms of the proofs. I have taken several proof-based logical courses such as Math Structures, Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, Ring Theory, and Advanced Linear Algebra. I am very well-versed in proof-writing. My name is Anthony and I am a recent graduate from ASU with a B.S. in Mathematics. Now that I have completed my undergraduate program, I have my eyes set on medical school. Although I have tutored students at all levels of education, [more]

Logic the study of the principles of valid inference and correct reasoning. Formal fallacies and formal arguments are part of Logic. Being able to make logical arguments and detect fallacies in arguments. Every student is different and has different needs. As a Math Professor for Maricopa Community Colleges, I am able to utilize several different methods to help any student learn the material, which translates very well for in person tutoring. Currently, I am pursuing my Doctorate in Philosophy of Math Education at ASU. I do my best to stay current with the best teaching and tutoring str [more]

My University B.A degree from the University of California is Computational Mathematics, and I had to take several courses in Logic. One of these classes was taught by a world renowned professor, where I did get the highest grade in the class along another student who was studying for his PHD. Mathematical logic is the study of logic applied to different mathematical subjects often divided into the fields of set theory, model theory, recursion theory, and proof theory. Being a Certified mathematics Teacher, grades 6-12, I have taught high school mathematics for many years. I have also been tea [more]

I completed a college (300 level) in Sets & Logic with a grade of "B" I taught in Illinois for seven years and Phoenix for 5 years. I primarily taught high school. The courses taught and number of times taught are in the list below. I meet the requirements for "Highly Qualified" in Mathematics. I hold a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics (physics minor), and am able to present material via a variety of formats and approaches. If I see that you are not "getting it" one way, I'll approach the concept from a different angle. I am generally quite patient and... [more]

I am qualified to tutor logic because I have taken 2 college level logic courses and I have done very well in both of them. Logic is very natural to me and I can teach it in a way that is strongly intuitive. I actually enjoy doing logic proofs for fun so I am sure I can make it fun for you too. Hi, my name is Frank. I am an ASU graduate with a B.S. in Applied Mathematics, a B.A. in Philosophy, and a Master's degree in Secondary Education. I have a passion for learning and teaching, and I want to be your tutor. I have years of experience tutoring at the Student Success Center at ASU and being a [more]

To earn my degree I've taken Digital Logic and Design (which covered boolean logic and circuit/CPU design), Discrete Math (which covers formal logic and proofs etc.) and had a course which covered Prolog (a logic programming language). I've also tutored Digital Logic and Design and Discrete Math. These courses are CSE 120, MAT 243 and CSE 240 respectively. I've been programming for over 10 years and have 5 years of professional experience. I got my degree at ASU so I'm very familiar with all the CS courses and still have many of the textbooks. I was one of those people who would read the t [more]

Formal Mathematical Logic is the basis for LAW. Interested in taking the LSAT and going to law school? Would you like to make more concise arguments in your professional life, have a need to find the flaw in someone else's argument, or perhaps you'd simply like to understand the Philosophy of some of the great thinkers of the past... no matter what learning (prop) Logic, and understanding how to make logical inferences and manipulate symbols is a valuable tool. Casey is a mathematician, holding a BS in discrete mathematics focusing on computer science and business from the Georgia Institute [more]

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