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I have a Ph.D. in industrial engineering. To attain this degree, I spent many hours in courses as well as in practice to solve problems, theoretical, actual and analytical, using processes of logic. I also love to, in spare time, solve problems of logic. I am able to help with most mathematics from basic through trigonometry and geometry, and industrial engineering questions and problems. I can also help with natural science and forest management and wood science also. Statistics, biometry and some advanced regression as well. I have taught math at the community college level for many year [more]

During my Master's studies I took one introductory course and one graduate course in symbolic logic. I also did two independent reading courses in set theory and logic in the math department. During this period I served for four semesters as a course assistant for courses in traditional syllogistic logic. During my Doctoral studies I took two courses in mathematical logic, and a course in set theory and a course in model theory in the math department. During this period I served for three quarters as a course assistant for courses in introductory symbolic logic. [more]

I took coursework in logic in college (achieving a grade of A). I have also tutored in logic previously. I have been tutoring for over 10 years, mostly focusing on mathematics. I have tutored students with many challenges including learning and physical disabilities. I am very friendly, open, patient and flexible with my students. I view tutoring as an excellent challenge through which I may exercise my communication skills. I am also pursuing a Masters degree at Maryville University in Actuarial Science (which merges the studies of Statistics with Finance) and studying for the professiona [more]

Having graduated summa cum laude in CS, I had many semesters of logic and reasoning. In fact, I'm starting to believe binary may have bent my brain! Boasting 25 years of application experience as a developer, architect and mentor, I have been teaching and writing Java since it was introduced publicly. I am an expert in distributed Java EE technologies, teaching classes in a wide range of topics, including Spring, JPA, Java, Advanced Java, Android, OO, UML, Web Development, REST, JavaBeans, and Performance Tools. I also create custom courses for corporations, targeted to their specific needs. [more]

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 believe I am qualified to tutor logic because most of my colleges courses after my first semester my sophomore year are all logic based. Sets and logic was the first course I took and received a B+, I received an A- in numerical analysis, and an A in complex variables. These courses needed logic and reasoning, as well as proof writing to be successful in these courses. I began teaching algebra while I was a freshman in college. I taught 5 algebra courses with a 96% pass rate. I also have success in tutoring all branches of math from algebra to calculus, as well as some logic and theory cours [more]

My background in Math and Comp Sci encompasses quite a bit of logic; including discrete math at the undergraduate level (University of MD CMSC250) and Mathematical Logic at the graduate level (University of MD MATH712 + 713). These courses covered basic boolean logic, including connectives, truth tables, and equivalences; predicate logic; completeness and incompleteness among other core topics. Both of my degrees depending heavily on proofs, including basic techniques such as induction, proof by contradiction, etc; these concepts were used extensively in my graduate abstract algebra, algor [more]

I taught logic as propaedeutic in my introduction to philosophy course. It was my favorite class in my undergraduate studies and I have done extensive reading in the topic. As the art of reasoning, logic has been integral to each class I have taught. This subject comes alive with syllogisms, fallacies, enthymemes, and more! Learn about exciting things such as straw men, red herrings, and the square of opposition! We'll have fun. Price varies depending upon driving distance and subject; inquire for details. 5 years teaching experience (middle & high school), 3 years as an adjunct professo [more]

I have a master's degree in math. I worked on the subject extensively in college and passed it with a grade of "A". I passed this subject on GRE Test with 99% result. I am a MO, IL and NY states certified HS Math, Physics and Chemistry, and MS Math and Science teacher who has a proven knowledge in all levels of Math from basics to the highest ones and profound knowledge in Physics and Chemistry as well. I have always been able to improve students' knowledge and State Tests results everywhere I worked. I have a Master's degree in Mathematics from European and American universities. I have pr [more]

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