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Logic was one of my first introductions to proofs. As it may be yours as well. I find, and try to bring to my students, a love of the symbolism that can make English into a math problem or vice versa. Exploring logic can be exciting and fun if you just let it. I have been tutoring logic for the last fifteen years. I know with my help you can learn to enjoy it as much as I do. Hi all, I am a tutor with over 15 years of experience, teaching and tutoring mathematics. I love that ah ha moment when a student gets it. I strongly believe that there is more than one way to get the answer to [more]

Logic is a subject I've studied on a number of occasions, especially during my undergraduate math studies at Dartmouth College where I majored in math. One course was completely devoted to that subject. I also have three graduate degrees from the University of Wisconsin, Madison: an MA in math, an MBA and a PhD in Business Quantitative Analysis. In addition I've had significant teaching experience having taught at the high school and college level. This graduate of Dartmouth College and the University of Wisconsin, Madison is a patient and excellent tutor who is well versed in a wide variet [more]

I have always had a fairly logical mind. Logical, analytical thinking comes quite naturally to me. During my freshman year of college, at a time when I had some trouble adjusting to other collegiate level courses, I took Logic for the first time, as a subject, and got an A in it. I believe that a good command of logic is the basis for competence in the fields of math and science, including the science subfield of psychology, which has been my main pursuit, educationally and careerwise. My first very successful experience tutoring was during high school. The son of a family friend was doing po [more]

My degree in philosophy from the University of Miami required me to take several courses involving formal logic. While only one class was explicitly focused on symbolic logic, the techniques involved were utilized in many of my ethics and epistemology courses. Through my background in English, I have a great deal of experience with persuasive essays, the analysis and construction of which requires an understanding of logical principles. Writing is awesome. Whether you're telling a story, arguing a point, or just trying to express yourself clearly, writing is one of the best tools available for [more]

I am a college instructor, author and a very experienced programmer. I have been designing algorithms, circuits and programs using logic for more than 25 years. I excelled at symbolic logic in school and have always enjoyed solving logic puzzles for my own amusement. Logic is not only essential for programming and engineering, but also an amazingly powerful tool in business, sales, marketing, persuasion, conflict resolution, motivation and negotiation. I have been certified as a college instructor by the State of California, and have taught hundreds of college and high school students to [more]

I have a degree in Mathematics. I was required to take a symbolic logic class where I received the highest grade in the class. I was also required to write many abstract proofs for my major that required an immense amount of logic. I love teaching and have been doing it for over 10 years. Mentored by the founder of Mathnasium, I have learned the ins and outs of how to effectively make math make sense to students and drastically improve their confidence. While running 11 Mathnasium company-owned centers, I have personally overseen and contributed to the educational growth of over one thousand [more]

I have studied first order predicate logic and the philosophy of alternative logics (such as dialetheic logics) in an upper division setting. I received the highest possible grade--an A--in each of these classes. Recently graduated with dual degrees in Neuroscience and Philosophy. I matriculated to UCLA in 2013 with a full tuition scholarship from the Stamps Family Foundation and recently graduated with dual degrees in Neuroscience and Philosophy, as well as a 3.74 grade point average, membership in Phi Beta Kappa, and departmental and college honors. I currently special needs kids over readin [more]

Logic is the basis of mathematics (physics). So, as part of my mathematics and physics studies I have applied logic continuously. I also have an interest in symbolic logic, so I am familiar with the fundamental rules of logic. I am also familiar with the terms, inductive logic, deductive logic, tautology, syllogism, modus ponens, modus tollens, conditional statement, equivalence, et. al.. I am a tutor and mathematician and theoretical physicist. I have a Master's degree in Physics (1978) from the University of Southern California, I made substantial progress towards a Ph.D. in Theoretical [more]

I am a computer science student a year from graduating, so many of the classes I have passes have a fundamental basis in logic. When I took Philosophy 230, also known as formal logic, I got over 100% for a final grade. I have always placed value on knowledge and acquiring knowledge. Even in elementary school, I was always helping other students, teaching them rather than just giving them the right answers. This continued all the way through high school, where I signed up to be part of the student tutoring program. This program gave students like myself the opportunity to assist other students [more]

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