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I graduated from UCSD with a math degree, graduating magna cum laude. One upper division course was Logic. I became a programmer, and have been using the basics of logic for over 35 years. I have great skills in debugging, and this is an exercise in logic as well. Qualifications: -BA in Math from UCSD, magna cum laude -OVER 4000 successful hours of tutoring in the last 6 years -You will not only learn the subject, you will learn to improve your ability TO study -Can debug even the most bogged student -Excellent reviews from clients attending major colleges to K-6th -I've even had studen [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]

I have a PhD in philosophy, I'm a published academic, and I have 20+ years experience teaching categorical, propositional, predicate, and modal logics. Hi, I'm Greg. I have been teaching writing and critical thinking skills to college and college-bound students since 1997. I have a BA in philosophy from Reed College and a PhD in philosophy from UC, San Diego. I am a philosophy instructor at El Camino College and Rio Hondo College, and I have taught at four different campuses in the Los Angeles Community College District. Previously I spent four years teaching philosophy at UC, San Diego and t [more]

I completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from the University of California, Los Angeles. I completed two lower-division philosophy courses in Logic as an undergraduate, one of which is now an upper-division philosophy course in the philosophy department at UCLA. These Logic courses were instructed by a world-renowned logician in the Philosophy department at UCLA by the name of David Kaplan, via a software program he authored, Logic 2000. I am a full-time private tutor, specializing in English, primarily the SAT English & ACT English, despite that I was also an SAT Math instructor [more]

Mastering proofs and analysis along with the formal logic behind mathematics has been a core part of my training in mathematics. I have tutored many students in the area of Math logic, and can help you or your child in this subject. I can help make understanding math logic easier by explaining how to set up proofs, what strategies to use when doing proofs, and what to look for and what to avoid. I have an undergraduate degree from CSU Fullerton in Mathematics and Statistics with a Finance Cognate. I helped run the Math tutoring lab for almost 5 years, and have been tutoring for longer than tha [more]

I have taught Introduction to Logic, as well as Intermediate Logic, to 6-12th graders. I also took Introduction to Logic in college within the past eight years. I am a certified general and advanced tutor with the College Reading and Language Association. My AA in Administration of Justice was earned in June 2005 and I passed the CBEST then as well. I taught high school: Biology, Chemistry, Algebra II, Geometry, and English from 2008-2011 with a local charter school. Homeschooling my five sons has been a huge part of my life for the past 22 years, as well as teaching various homeschooling clas [more]

I have a great love for Boolean and First-Order Predicate Logic. I have studied logic several times in both philosophy and mathematics courses, but most notably, I took a class in college on mathematical logic which concluded with a proof of The Soundness and Completeness Theorem of First-Order Predicate Logic and an in-depth examination of the Incompleteness Theorem of Arithmetic. I can help you understand deductions, argumentation, and model interpretations and extensions. I would need a refresher on model theory, the Compactness Theorem, and LST Theorem before I could tutor graduate-level l [more]

Logic is one of my core areas of research interest and is the area I have the most experience teaching in. I have taken numerous graduate-level courses in logic, including Modal Logic and Metalogic. I developed and taught a university-level course covering both Propositional (Sentential) and Predicate (Quantificational) Logic. I have also worked with USC faculty to develop online resources for teaching and learning introductory logic, aimed at making the material accessible to visual learners unfamiliar with formal languages. [more]

I took the following logic related courses at the undergraduate level: 1) Critical Thinking 2) Reasoning Under Uncertainty (Bayesian probability) 3) Logic. I took a course in Advanced Logic at the graduate level. I got a 4.0 on all these courses. I graduated with honors in Philosophy from Pitzer College, where I did my Master's thesis on the topic of animal ethics within the society-centered meta-ethical view. I am able to assist with virtually any topic in philosophy, as well as English and writing. I specialize in helping my students formulate strong positions and argue well for those po [more]

As an undergraduate student at RPI I took several courses in Logic and Argument excelling in all. I loved the material. In my Digital Electronic Design Engineering background I studied Boolean Algebra as well as Binary Logic in courses such as Fundamentals of Logic Design. As an Engineer I applied all this knowledge in my Designing of Digital Electronic Circuitry. Whether it be verbal application or electronic application I'm quite well versed and am an excellent candidate to teach you the subject matter. [more]

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