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As an Electrical Engineer I mastered logical circuit design. This includes Boolean algebra, K-Maps, and circuit design. I also took an undergraduate "Introduction to Logic" course in college on how to diagram English sentances and paragraphs, then proove if the logic was sound or not. I got an 'A'. I have tutored hundreds of students in math, science, and engineering over the past 25 years. I worked in the BYU Math Lab to pay my way through college where I earned a Master of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a minor in mathematics. I have even published a book and [more]

I was raised on Jesuit logic, taught to me by my Jesuit-trained mother. In addition to the lively debates of my youth, I also aced my college Logic course, and have continued to keep my wits honed with syllogistic arguments and Venn diagrams. While growing up, and as an adult, I have worked with children and adults of many ability and disability levels. My parents adopted 14 special needs children with various disabilities, and as the oldest daughter, I was there to assist them in learning life skills, scholastic skills and interpersonal skills. It was at this time I learned to implement som [more]

I have taken several courses, undergraduate and graduate, that include proof logic and set theory. In Fall 2013, I completed a Symbolic Logic course that involved the proofs of over 100 theorems, and I enjoy finding unique approaches to proofs. Additionally, I taught high school Geometry for five years where I helped build foundations for logic and proof. I have five years of experience as a certified high school mathematics teacher in Texas. During those years, I taught Geometry, Pre-AP Geometry, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus AB, and STAAR EOC Algebra I test preparation. I've worked very close wi [more]

Logic is normally part of my teaching system in advanced mathematics courses. Logic, tree diagrams, Logic circuits (engineering), dendrimers, and other advanced science is part of my repertoire of teaching methods. Please add this certification to my account. I have taught Logic systems for more than twenty years, including setting up one of the first comprehensive department wide computer network using logic diagrams and logical connections. I have just finished teaching three students logic sections for the SAT, GMAT, and GED. [more]

In college I completed an independent-study course on ZF set theory and model theory, and I took two logic courses in the philosophy department. These courses covered syntax and semantics of first order logic, culminating in a proof G?del's incompleteness theorems and related results. In graduate school, I took two semesters of mathematical logic, including a semester on model theory and a semester on proof theory and recursion theory. Hi, I'm Nick. I'm a postdoctoral research fellow at a university in Israel. In May 2017 I graduated from Brandeis University with a PhD in math. My research l [more]

Before I earned my MBA, I was computer programmer. My company used mostly PHP and SQL. Its fairly difficult to code with understanding logic as code is a logical artifact computer software must process. My undergrad degree is in computer science engineering in which I had to take multiple coding classes. In fact, in the last coding class I took, I gained the PHP and SQL skills necessary to land the aforementioned job. Hi everyone! I have an MBA from the Simon School of Business University of Rochester and a Computer Science Engineering degree from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. I'm new to [more]

I have been an instructor at Ashford University from 2006 through 2013, in the subject of informal logic. Informal logic include subjects such as deductive and inductive reasoning, fallacies and various arguments. I have taught at the college level there for seven years. I do understand the idiosyncrasies of logic. It came under the heading of Philosophy. My name is Barri M. I have a PhD. I have been an instructor for over eight years in online and traditional University settings. I teach for five different universities across the country and hold a Biblical worldview. My father raised me with [more]

My career is based around logic and making arguments. A portion of the aptitude test students must take to enter into law school (LSAT), there is a "Logic Games" portion where you must solve puzzles and riddles. This was and still is my best scoring portion of the test. I now tutor students on the LSAT in logic games and would be great at helping other students with their logic problems. I grew up in a small town in Oklahoma. I graduated as a top 12 senior from Oklahoma State University and have recently graduated in the top 15% of my class at OU's College of Law. I work at a law firm doing [more]

I'm working on a PhD at a school which specializes in logic and set theory. I've taken a year long graduate course in the subject, and my own research frequently intersects with computability theory, a field with very close ties with logic. I've also graded for multiple logic classes in the past. I'm a graduate student working on a PhD in mathematics at UNT. As an undergrad I went from an English major to a film major to a computer engineering major before finishing with my math degree. This means that I have a lot of experience with physics, engineering, and computer science, and can easi [more]

I majored in mathematics in college. I took a discrete math course that used truth tables and we learned basic mathematical proof concepts. I made an A in the course. Furthermore, I took an Introduction to Mathematical Proof class where we learned all proof methods: direct proof, indirect proofs (by induction, contrapositive, contradiction). I also made an A in this class. My graduate coursework in economics used many proofs borrowed from Real Analysis as well. Hello, I have recently moved to the DFW area to begin my career as a quantitative analyst for a large company--and to be honest, I mis [more]

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