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I took all four undergraduate courses in logic at the University of California at Riverside: PHIL-008 Introduction to Logic (for which I received an "A"), PHIL-124 Formal Logic (for which I received an "A"), PHIL-125 Intermediate Logic (for which I received an "A-"), and PHIL-124 Advanced Logic (for which I received a "B+"). My collegiate studies in logic used (among other texts) How to Prove It (by Daniel J. Velleman), Logic for Mathematicians (by A.G. Hamilton), G?del's Proof (by Ernest Nagel and James R. Newman), and G?del's Theorem in Focus (edited by S.G. Shanker). Following the comp [more]

My University B.A degree from the University of California is Computational Mathematics, and I had to take several courses in Logic. One of these classes was taught by a world renowned professor, where I did get the highest grade in the class along another student who was studying for his PHD. Mathematical logic is the study of logic applied to different mathematical subjects often divided into the fields of set theory, model theory, recursion theory, and proof theory. Being a Certified mathematics Teacher, grades 6-12, I have taught high school mathematics for many years. I have also been tea [more]

I have a Master's Degree in Philosophy, which requires logic as a foundational tool in order to be successful. I took modern symbolic logic in my graduate coursework; this included a survey of Sentential, Counterfacutal Logic, Modal Logic, and Predicate Logic. I was a Teaching Assistant for Undergraduate Logic for 1 year, where the focus was on classical logic. I graded logic homework, administered logic tests, and tutored students. I taught a brief module on classical logic this year as a Prep Academy Teacher to 8th and 9th graders. [more]

I studied logical fallacies and philosophical arguments frequency when I was in High School. I also have done four years of Mathematics courses that is fundamentally founded upon one's ability to use logic, write proofs, justify arguments rigorously, and pinpoint logical fallacies (formal and informal). I am a mathematics and physics major at Arizona State University and have been tutoring mathematics here since January 2013 (I tutored at the largest math tutoring center in the nation (ASU's) for 3 years and got a tutor of the year reward there one year). I am always ready to learn more math a [more]

Logic the study of the principles of valid inference and correct reasoning. Formal fallacies and formal arguments are part of Logic. Being able to make logical arguments and detect fallacies in arguments. Every student is different and has different needs. As a Math Professor for Maricopa Community Colleges, I am able to utilize several different methods to help any student learn the material, which translates very well for in person tutoring. Currently, I am pursuing my Doctorate in Philosophy of Math Education at ASU. I do my best to stay current with the best teaching and tutoring str [more]

To earn my degree I've taken Digital Logic and Design (which covered boolean logic and circuit/CPU design), Discrete Math (which covers formal logic and proofs etc.) and had a course which covered Prolog (a logic programming language). I've also tutored Digital Logic and Design and Discrete Math. These courses are CSE 120, MAT 243 and CSE 240 respectively. I've been programming since I was 15 and have 5 years of professional experience. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from ASU with a Bachelors in Computer Science in 2012. I started tutoring on the side in 2016 and seriously in early 2017 and h [more]

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