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I first began learning formal logic in 6th grade. I've since seen and used it in my classes. It's important in computer science as a form of verification of programs that are correct, as an alternate approach to simply testing and fixing. Hello! I'm a 28 year-old with a teaching certificate from Texas State University. I have a master's in computer science from Texas State as well and got my bachelor's from Washington University in St Louis. Though my degrees are in CS, I also have a strong background in math and sciences, and even do some creative writing every once in a while. I've TA'd, su [more]

As a math major, I made A's in several proof courses, including intro to real analysis, and real analysis. As a tutor my goal has always been to have a positive impact on the lives of the students with whom I work. No magic wand will put the power of learning solely in my hands, but students that come to me prepared to work will find me a valuable resource and an enthusiastic ally. I have been working in the Austin area as a tutor for over 20 years, and working with WyzAnt since 2008. I majored in math at UT-Austin, taking over 50 credit hours in math alone, as well as 50+ combined credit hour [more]

Currently I am teaching myself logic and discrete mathematics by reading textbooks. However, I have also found it useful to engage myself in puzzles from various other books and websites such as Brilliant.org or the book on logic puzzles: Satan, Cantor, and Infinity. At the moment I am studying from the book on Logic, Sets, and Functions by Daniel Bonevac, Nicholas M. Asher, and Robert C. Koons. In addition I have an associates in mathematics from Austin Community College and will be completing my dual bachelors in Physics and Astronomy at UT Austin within the next year. [more]

I took and passed a college course on logic. It included everything from fallacies to categorical logic to predicate logic to statement logic to induction and probability. I?ve always had a natural gift and aptitude for teaching and working with people, and I want to share my love for math and logic with others. I believe that students can learn difficult concepts best in a one on one environment, where we can spend time on what you need. I find that specifically when learning the ?STEM? fields, people ask ?Why do we need to know this?? To a math and science tutor, this just makes me sad. Both [more]

I am qualified to tutor Philosophy of Logic because I have passed the course at local college with grade of A. As an electrical engineer for past 13 years, I have applied logic in my critical thinking and problem solving and computer programming logic. Finally, when I was a tutor at the local community college I had tutored multiple students in the same course of Introduction to Philosophy of Logic that I took. I have a long history of tutoring math and science at Austin Community College in addition to working as an engineer, so I can understand the application of the math and science. But [more]

I received training in logic primarily through proofs in mathematics classes taken at UT-Austin. I also received some additional training from philosophy classes on symbolic logic and Godel's Incompleteness Theorem. I tutored all levels of undergraduate mathematics at UT-Austin for 7 years, through UT's Learning Skills Center. My experience includes tutoring both engineering and business calculus students, as well as students in differential equations. However, I also have helped students in pre-calculus, linear algebra, college algebra, and survey math courses outside of the sciences. [more]

I'm a PhD in Mathematics and am preparing to teach a course, including Mathematical Logic. I've already prepared this part of my course. Now, I can tutor Logic. I'm a PhD in Mathematics, Statistics, and Physics, a Research Professor. I'm the CEO of Math Consulting. I taught Math, Physics, and Science at a high school. I taught at the Moscow State University, at the Institute for Theoretical & Experimental Physics in Moscow, Russia, at the University of Texas at Austin, at the University of Phoenix, at the Academy of Health Care Professions, at the ITT-tech Institute, at the Austin Communit [more]

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