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All computer science PhDs have to take courses in formal logic. I am a Computer Science PhD. Therefore, Socrates is mortal. My dissertation was on logic programming and databases. I have a PhD in computer science and have worked in the field for over 20 years. I teach business, IT, Computer Science, Math, Philosophy, Writing, and a host of other subjects. Of thousands of students served, I have a 98% "would recommend" rating. My approach is student-centered, based off the theories of Carl Rogers augmented by design thinking. I understand the student whose approach requires assistance; I hav [more]

Logic is part of the algebra courses I took in eighth and ninth grade. I passed both years with grades of A. I have also tutored Logic since 1997 to several students. I have been tutoring students in math for around 25 years. I have tutored students in various branches of math ranging from arithmetic to calculus. I have tutored students as young as my nephews as well as students older than my mother. My methods in mathematics have been proven to work well. Many of my past clients have passed Regents exams, RCTs, did well on standardized tests like SATs and ACTs, and earned excellent grades in [more]

I took two logic courses at Columbia University, Introduction to Logic and Symbolic logic. In both, I scored an A+. I first became passionate about math when I was in 1st grade and would race my friends through addition problems. Eventually, I felt I had mastered addition and moved on to subtraction and multiplication until I had basically finished the 3rd grade math curriculum by the time I got there. Since then, I have loved and excelled in math. So much so that I decided to major in Math during college and graduated with a BA in Math in May 2015. I've taken all high school mathematics, all [more]

My credentials in logic come from the semesters I spent at Fordham University, where taking at least two classes in logic was mandatory. I passed both with very good grades. I can teach students basic logic, syllogisms, "if-then" statements, avoid logical fallacies, and how to draw conclusions by using deductive reasoning. Mathematically, I can help teach students to apply mathematical rules and concepts to their work. Other logic topics I can help with include how to construct a logical argument, how to support a statement, and how to arrive at a correct conclusion. I can also teach the di [more]

I am an adjunct math and computer science professor at Mercy where I teach and tutor math since 2011. I hold a master's degree in applied math and a master's degree in computer security. I have taught mercy college students in a range of subjects including logic and discrete structures. I hold a Master's degree in applied math and a master's degree in computer security. I currently teach (from algebra to calculus 2) at Mercy College since Fall 2013. I tutored math at Mercy since 2011 while I was a grad student. If there is something I like more about tutoring and teaching, it's seeing a smile [more]

I have taught Logic both as a mathematics course and a philosophy course at Touro College. In mathematics I cover set theory, propositional and predicate logic. Philosophy course focuses mostly on reasoning, syllogisms, inductive and deductive methods, fallacies, etc. While programming is my profession, teaching is my passion. Having graduated with a Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Chicago, I have continuously taught mathematics and computer science at a college level for over 40 years while working as programmer. When my children were in high school and college I have often tut [more]

My studies of mathematics at UC Berkeley have given me knowledge and experience with mathematical logic. I have taken a discrete math class discussing truth tables, Boolean operations and proof techniques. I have experience working with students on the introduction to proofs. In addition, I have taken more advanced classes in the math department on the theory of sets, first-order and second-order logic and recursion theory. I recently graduated with a Ph.D. in math from UCLA. Before that, I got my bachelors from UC Berkeley. I have over 10 years tutoring experience, ranging from private tutor [more]

As an undergraduate physics and math major I took a course in Symbolic Logic which is the course most undergraduate students will take. This course includes constructing logical statements using "or", "and" "implies" and negatives of these. The course also constructs truth tables. As a graduate math student I took a one year course in mathematical logic. This course included predicate calculus, recursive functions and Godel's Incompleteness theorem. I have taught all levels of math from precalculus to graduate level. I have extensive experience with algebra I and II, calculus, AP calculus [more]

I concentrated on Logic while studying Philosophy and Math at Columbia University. I was a teaching assistant for the Symbolic Logic course, and am proficient with Mathematical Logic, Modal Logic, Non-classical Logic, Computability Theory, Orders and Lattices, and Model Theory. Hi, I am a graduate from Columbia University with a B.A. in Mathematics as well as an M.A. in Philosophy. I have eight years of experience including one year as a tutor for the Brandeis University Philosophy department, and two years as a teaching assistant at Columbia. For the past six years I've been self-employed a [more]

I have taken three college classes in logic, one in propositional and predicate logic, the second in advanced logic (modal logic and completeness and soundness) and the third in axiomatic set theory. I have also taken two classes in real real analysis, a subject which requires some logic. I have been tutoring college students for the past two years in all of these subjects. My methods of teaching involve building a strong intuition for how proofs are done in logic and going through as many problems as I can. [more]

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