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I was a philosophy minor, and as such practiced constructing logical arguments. Additionally, I took a formal logic class in which the teacher recommended I tutor other students in the class, a discrete mathematical class to study mathematical logic, and I've had some experience with electrical logic constructions used for my physics research and classes. I recently graduated Muhlenberg College with a degree in physics with multiple research experiences including working at Brookhaven National Laboratory and the University of Illinois studying nuclear physics and using the Muhlenberg telescop [more]

I first had a formal logic class in high school, which focused more on the language aspect of logic than the mathematical side of it. As part of the series of classes I took in discrete math at Caltech, there was an entire term dedicated to the math of logic, how to manipulate syllogisms, relationships, and other kinds of logical statements with mathematical precision. This in turn helped me tutor proof-based subjects such as geometry. Hi, my name is Grant. I graduated from the California Institute of Technology in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied and Computational Math. After [more]

At Wagner College, I took a Symbolic Logic course, which covered the fundamentals of sentential logic, truth tables, argumentation, and truth functions. In graduate school, I completed coursework on Aristotle's Posterior Analytics, which included a thorough and in-depth study of the structure of scientific logic, scientific demonstration, its essential components, and related problems, such as the acquisition of first principles. Moreover, graduate study in philosophy demands logical consistency and soundness at all turns. As such, my completion of a Master's degree in philosophy provides stro [more]

I have served as a teaching assistant for Logic & Formal Reasoning at the University of Pennsylvania. I have also taken a course in symbolic logic and three courses in modern mathematical logic. I am a doctoral student in philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania. I received a B.A. in Philosophy and Humanities from Villanova University (2014) and completed the post-baccalaureate program in Classical Studies at Penn (2015). I am primarily interested in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, but I am also interested in ethics, social & political philosophy, and formal logic. While at Penn, I h [more]

My first major in college for one year was Philosophy, and I took two courses on logic. In my 20 plus years as a teacher, I have taught logic in many math classes (primarily algebra, geometry, and trigonometry). I also incorporated logic into humanity courses I taught, especially when I taught students to write research papers in English, social science, and history classes. I teach exclusively one-on-one, and specialize in homebound students. I have been a teacher from 1969 to the present day, sometimes full-time and sometimes part-time. I cover a wide range of subjects, including but not [more]

Logic is something I use every day, while programming, while designing systems and flow charts, and in many other ways in industry as an engineer. However, I also have background in traditional logic. I was classically schooled, read many ancient writers, philosophers, and logician's works. I also took classes in formal and informal logic, and how to apply them in debate preparation, rhetoric, and writing. I recently received my BSE in bioengineering from UPenn. I have experience teaching elementary and middle school children in French, science, and math. Throughout my schooling, I have [more]

I have tutored Logic at the University of Cambridge. I have been tutoring SAT math and high school math for the past ten years. For the past five years, I have taught math courses (such as logic, topology, abstract algebra, and number theory) to undergraduates at the University of Cambridge, where I received my PhD. I am now a math professor. I love teaching and I love learning. I will guide students step by step through whatever material students wish to master, so that students understand it inside and out. Please let me know what I can do t... [more]

Also, in the Foundations of math class I teach at Reading Area Community College is a unit on symbolic logic. I added this unit to the class I teach at Berks Catholic as well. We use Venn diagrams and prove arguments valid as well. I love Math! I teach at the community college and in a high school. I have taught math online, on TV and for SAT/ACT Prep classes. I enjoy seeing the "aha" moment in a student when he/she clearly understands a concept. To put it simply, I believe that Math is Fun! Teaching is an art, a gift, and a privilege. My experience is an asset to my teaching, as I hav [more]

My undergraduate degree program required frequent usage of logic. In addition, essentially all advanced mathematics and physics courses use mathematical logic frequently. I have 5+ years of experience both analyzing and constructing mathematical proofs. I am a post-baccalaureate student at The University of Pennsylvania. I have worked as a Mathematics tutor there for around 3 years. I graduated from St. John's College with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts, which breaks down into a double major in the History of Math and Science, and Philosophy, and a double major in Classical Studies and Com [more]

When it comes to higher mathematics in a college setting, a firm grasp of the rules of mathematical logic is not only encouraged, but required. I have taken courses on logic before, and am fully ready to explain the process behind various proof structures. Logic is naturally a passion of any mathematics student, and you will find no exception in me. Hello! My name is Jacob and I'm told I'm a bit over-enthusiastic when it comes to mathematics. From algebra to calculus to topology, there's something to love about every course and I'd be delighted to help you find it. I've been tutoring since hi [more]

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