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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 have had to use logic in my 25+ years in business. I wrote extensive modeling in excel which was premised on building logic -- determining when triggers are set off, what would happen on variables that can be changed. I have done this in excel and some other computer languages. Also personally love puzzles, especially logic ones (like round table and who sits where). Although I have spent much of my working adult career within finance, I have always had a love for teaching and the personal sense of satisfaction it gives me when I can get the "lightbulb" to go off for students. I received m [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 since I was 15 and have 5 years of professional experience. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from ASU with a Bachelors in Computer Science in 2012. I started tutoring on the side in 2016 and seriously in early 2017 and h [more]

As an undergraduate student, I took several mathematical logic courses (MAT 300 Mathematical Structures A-, MAT 472 Intermediate Real Analysis A-, APM 503 Applied Analysis A, APM 504 Applied Probability and Stochastic Processes). With this experience, I was given responsibility as a tutor and grader for these courses, as well as the university's undergraduate Discrete Mathematics Course, MAT 243. I also took PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy A, which covered some pure, non-mathematical logic topics. [more]

I studied logical fallacies and philosophical arguments frequency when I was in High School. I also have done four years of Mathematics courses that is fundamentally founded upon one's ability to use logic, write proofs, justify arguments rigorously, and pinpoint logical fallacies (formal and informal). I'll mostly be tutoring within a 1-mile radius of Arizona State University, Tempe Campus. I am a mathematics and physics major at Arizona State University and have been tutoring mathematics here since January 2013 (I tutored at the largest math tutoring center in the nation (ASU's) for 3 years [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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