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I have been teaching Mathematical Logic since 1974, in particular: Boolean Algebra, Propositional Logic, First Order Logic, and Higher Order Logic. I have a long list of publications in the area of Mathematical Logic and Logical Foundations of Computer Science. I am a retired math professor from FIU. I am a retired math professor from Florida International University. I have taught math, computer science, and cognitive science since 1974. My research focused on cognitive aspects in math education. I have been tutoring kids K-5 for 10 years, as well as helping adults prepare for the GED math te [more]

I studied Software Engineer and taught Logic to college students back in Cuba. During the course of my academic career I studied that subject and got great grades. Logic is applicable to every algorithm you design. I have worked for 9 years as a Professor at the UCI university back in Cuba, I am a very patient and passionate teacher. In all those years of experience I got 2 academic certifications (Instructor and Assistant Professor) and a MSc degree on Computers Engineering. I've tutored many students all over those years in Math, Logic, Discrete math, Java programming language and engin [more]

I have won competitions for geometric proofs, I studied Philosophy at the University of Miami, earning A's in Symbolic Logic and Philosophy of Logic and Language, and when I took the LSAT and got a 173 (which is a pretty good score), Logic Games was my best section. However, even if you are just looking to improve your grades (not to become the next great professor of logic), I can help. Logic is something fundamental to anyone who wants to excel in mathematics, philosophy, or law (or anything else for that matter), and I am one of the best when it comes to teaching students how to apply it. [more]

I have been doing logic puzzles since I was a child, and studied logic in college. Logic is also a basic tenet of software development, which I have been doing for more than 25 years. As a teacher, the most rewarding moment is when you see that "light bulb" go on for the student: after showing the same concept in multiple different ways, you finally hit upon the methodology that "clicks" for him/her. The student's face brightens, eyes widen, and smile blossoms; in that moment, he/she feels smart--proud to have the potential to do things that seemed impossible before. It's a moment of empowe [more]

Logical thinking is a huge part of troubleshooting. I have worked as a professional troubleshooter (IT professional) for over 15 years; diagnosing computer problems has become a specialty of mine. I have also worked on Unix systems and scripted and/or improved various programs to ensure they do what they were intended to do while being very resistant to any problems that could occur. Logic and logical concepts are a HUGE part of programming, troubleshooting, and math in general. In addition, my educational background includes 4 years of University-level studies in Electrical Engineering, wh [more]

Logic is one of the most important subjects that can be learned. As an instructor for SAT/ACT prep as well as FSA tests, I incorporate logic and critical thinking into my tutoring and teaching. I recommend all my students work through Logic books during the summer - as there are some fun ways to learn logic. My first session is always free so that we can get to know each other, review your student's work, assess their learning style, and create a strategy. As a teacher, tutor and Director of a Learning Center, my first and most important role is to pass on a love of learning to my students! [more]

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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 a Ph.D. in Electronics Eng. I taught Applied Math at college level. During my career as an electronic engineer, designing digital circuits, I used logic extensively. With a Ph.D. in Electronics Engineering, GPA of 4.0, tutoring and teaching experience at the college level, and being exceptionally good at communicating and explaining complex concepts, I can help you in the areas of Math, Physics, Computers, or Electronics. I am currently retired, and I always enjoyed teaching. I live in northern Broward county.... [more]

In college, I completed a course in Logic Circuits. I was required to build circuits using AND, OR, NAND, and NOR gates. In addition, as a math teacher, I have taught statement logic, inverse, converse, contrapositive, etc. My name is Michael, and I have taught math in both public and private school. After graduating from University of Colorado, I worked as a computer programmer, before becoming a math teacher. I have taught over 700 students, and I have learned how to explain math concepts in a way that you?ll understand. I know which concepts are easy and which ones will give you tr [more]

I have a bachelors degree in Mathematics from UCF and most logic courses are only a 2000 level while I have taken several logic courses of higher levels. I have also tutored students in Florida and Germany in this subject with great results. I have a very strong grasp on all undergraduate level math subjects. Howdy! My name is Jett and I would love to help you or your child excel in your studies. I have several degrees in both math and science, but have also tutored many students in all subjects (including SAT/ACT/GRE prep, reading, and writing). I am a very patient instructor whom doesn't [more]

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