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The study and understanding of deductive logic has been crucial in my understanding of higher math (e.g. ring theory). I have also taken courses in college on logic (in general) towards both a math and computer science degree. I have been a professional tutor on Wyzant since fall 2012, and a teacher at Cyberninjaz since summer 2015. Prior to that, I had years of experience teaching both formally and informally my friends, classmates, and even a high school AP Computer Science class for a few months. During this time I have tutored countless students and peers of all ages, with many different g [more]

I have completed graduate level coursework in metalogic and modal logic, and applied this knowledge in fields like computer science. My educational background is extensive. I attended the University of Delaware, where I earned three majors (physics, computer science, and cognitive science) and three minors (philosophy, mathematics, and political science). I later earned a law degree from the University of Virginia. In other words, I have spent far too many years of my life in school. In addition to school, I've worked in multiple fields, as a high school teacher, as a computer programmer and [more]

I aced a course in mathematical logic during time in high school, allowing me to place out of the mathematical logic/proofs class at UMD. There has also been extensive use of mathematical logic in every advanced math course I have taken at UMD and in high school. I also have experience tutoring mathematical logic and proofs outside of Wyzant. Hi, I'm Aaron. I've just begun my second year at the University of Maryland, College Park, where I am a math major. I attended Montgomery Blair High School, where I was fortunate to be able to take many advanced math and physics courses not normally offer [more]

I have taught logic as part of a quantitative reasoning undergraduate course and as part of a finite mathematics course. These courses include but are not limited to the discussion of statements, premises and conclusions, negation, conjection and disjunction, conditionals, necessary and sufficient conditions, contrapositive statements and equivalence. The combination of all these leads to the construction of truth tables for analyzing statements and determining their validity (tautology). I am a Ph.D. statistician, and I have a long experience in teaching mathematics and statistics as a univ [more]

I went to the Center for Talented Youth (CTY) in order to study Logic at St. Mary's College when I was in 8th grade all through high school. I continued to study Logic in various courses throughout college. I am currently a MD State certified Spanish and ESOL teacher working in Montgomery County, but I have taught Spanish and English all over the WORLD - from Thailand to Guatemala (and a few other countries in between). I LOVE to learn and after a few classes with me, you will too! I finished 2 Bachelor's degrees (one in Spanish and the other in Teaching English as a Second Language) in j [more]

I have a MS in Mathematics specializing abstract algebra and a PhD in Applied Mathematics specializing numerical analysis. As a part of my study in mathematics, I took several causes related to logic. At NCSU, I taught a course in mathematics for college students majoring business focusing in logic. I am a PhD Mathematician and a software engineer with tutoring experience in USA, Germany, and Korea. I have many years of experience in tutoring middle and high school students (algebra, geometry, trigonometry, AP calculus, probability). I also have experience in teaching college classes and [more]

I am teaching Logic now at the community college. I have been teaching this class for the college student for the last 3 years here in VA. I am a retired high school math teacher who started teaching math and physics when I was 19 years old. I love teaching and I consider moving a student from C level to A level to be a success for me first. I succeed to create math short cut almost for every math concept. The problem in math is to find a clean spot to let the student look through it so they can see the concept clearly and easily. Teaching is an art and not just anyone can be successful math t [more]

With a bachelor's and master's math and computer science education, I have taken and/or tutored a large number of classes that require or teach formal logic and proof techniques (including graduate mathematics course). Specifically, I am familiar with Zermelo-Fraenkel set theory, recursion theory, proof techniques and propositional logic. American culture has a hang-up about math. Many believe success in mathematics centers on talent, but in fact (and there is research to show this) motivation and effort are really the keys to success. Learning math is akin to learning a language and essential [more]

I took logic and earned an A. Since then, I have continued to study additional fallacies and have applied it in advanced philosophy (e.g. Philosophy of Mind, of Law, and of Politics) while studying abroad at the University of Oxford. Students and parents! With my BA in Economics with Honors from the College of William and Mary, successfully completing record-breaking triple course loads, quickly earning about 12 years of college credit, and Federal Reserve Board (America's central bank) policy and research experience, I tutor all levels of economics, finance, mathematics, test prep, and almo [more]

I'm an economics graduate, logic is heavily used. I have my master's in economics, I have studied econometrics extensively throughout my college career. I also use econometrics in my everyday work. I have my Master's from University of Maryland in Applied Economics, I have tutored Algebra, Calculus, Statistics, Econometrics, and Biology in college. I also know many statistical software packages such as SAS, R, and STATA. I love tutoring because it enables me to see the impact of knowledge once a student starts to understand a complex subject. It is very fulfilling to share the knowledge I have [more]

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