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I have taken three courses that specifically cover Logic in college. The first is Philosophy 201, Intro to Logic. Second, Discrete Mathematics, in which we did an entire chapter on logical arguments. Finally, Introduction to Proof Writing, we covered logic again in order to write successful proofs. I am now a graduate student and I use logic every day in my proofs. I have a Master's degree in Biostatistics and a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics, with an emphasis in Secondary Education. I currently work full-time as a statistician in health services research. I have been tutoring math at [more]

I received an A in Logic, and have helped students with Logic in the tutoring center of the University at which I work for several years. I have an undergraduate and Master's degree in mathematics, and am one year away from finishing a Ph.D. Hello! My name is Anthony V. I am a Ph.D student in pure mathematics at the University of Toledo one year away from graduation, and I hold a Master's degree and a Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics. I have been tutoring for almost 10 years, and have experience helping students enrolled in classes ranging from elementary school arithmetic to graduate leve [more]

I have a Master's degree in Computer Science. I have written scripts in different scripting languages for work as a windows administrator. I have been an been in the IT field for 15+ years. Hello, I believe in helping students reach their full potential in the classroom, in athletics, and in life. I have been coaching students for 12 years. I have seen students with an abundance of talent become ineligible to compete due to poor grades. Solid grades are the key to athletics. My mission is to serve children through fitness, education & life skill training. Skills learned in education, life and [more]

I have a B.S. in pure mathematics from Indiana University with a GPA of 3.6/4.0. One class that I took was P105: Logic and Reasoning. It's a Philosophy class, instead of a math class, but there you go. It's a class in college-level formal logic. I got an A. I've taught math in the classroom in Colorado. I've been tutoring since I was in high school myself. I have many different ways to approach different concepts and can probably find the best way for your needs. I've had great success teaching students everything from beginning fractions through all of high school math through Calculus [more]

I have a Master's degree in Computer Science and a BS in Mathematics. Logic was one of the subjects in my degree programs. I have been teaching AP Computer Science to many high school students where logic is an important topic that I cover. I am a NTA certified tutor. I am currently teaching AP Computer Science to high school students and Math Abacus to k through 7th grade students. I love to see my students succeed in their grades. I try to customize my teaching approach for different grade levels. It is a learning experience for me whenever I teach to my students. Usually I explor [more]

I earned an A in Honors Logic in my undergraduate program. I also earned an A in Intro to Advanced Mathematics, which was essentially a course in mathematical logic. In addition, many of the assignments in my MS in Statistics program required me to write logical proofs, which I did successfully. I can provide documentation for these claims if needed. After earning a Bachelor's degree in mathematics education, I taught high school algebra and trigonometry for three years. While earning a Master's degree in statistics, I lectured an introductory undergraduate course for five consecutive term [more]

I have had Logic as part of curriculum for both undergrad and grad requirements. I have since then tutored students in this particular subject. I have also gone through teaching workshop for logic at Jackson College where we have incorporated logic just recently as part of one of our courses last year. For the past 5 years, I have been working part-time as an adjunct math faculty member at a local community college. I have been teaching various math courses ranging from beginning algebra to pre-calculus, both online and in a classroom environment. I am a certified online instructor. Prior to t [more]

I am currently teaching at Kent State University, and I am also working towards my PhD in Pure mathematics. Since I am studying Pure Mathematics, I am mainly studying mathematical theory and using logic to write proofs. I have been writing proofs for more than 4 years now. Hello, I am a PhD Math Student at Kent State University, I got my Bachelors in Math at SUNY New Paltz in New York. I am in my second year of graduate school at Kent State and I plan to be a Professor after I finish. I have been teaching for the two years while I have been at Kent, and I started tutoring 5 years ago in un [more]

I have helped several undergraduate math, c.s., and philosophy students, as well as two philosophy PhD students, with graduate level logic, and I studied logic while obtaining my undergraduate degree. I have 15 + years of teaching and tutoring experience both at university and am the owner of a private tutoring company that has contracted with Michigan State for many years, ghost written test prep materials for large companies, and provided educational services to domestic and foreign government programs. You are welcome to split my fee with other students without additional cost. I am a f [more]

The symbolic logic basis to the Physical Sciences is rooted in Modus Ponens. Consider P /\ (P=>Q) =>Q. An hypothesis 'P' with the implication that 'Q' follows from 'P' then states that if 'P' has existence, and that existence implies a 'Q', then 'Q' necessarily follows. "it is raining outside" and if "It is raining outside" then "the sidewalks are wet". Reality: "It is raining outside, therefore "wet sidewalks" follows. As a degreed Master of Science student in both Pure and Applied Mathematics, my course work included proving theorems using the machinery of Symbolic Logic. This involved [more]

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