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...I can also tutor Physics and first year Chemistry.I have tutored this subject successfully in the past. In the past I was both a faculty high school mathematics instructor and a junior college instructor. I have a degree in Mechanical Engineering and my math skills got me through it; that material is far tougher than discrete math, but more importantly I explain mathematics well.

...I won a National Championship. I programmed in SAS and STATA for two years at the Brookings Institution, a top tier think tank and use it regularly for my own research as a PhD in Economics. I am primarily self taught but did take some formal certification in SAS I and II.

...This education included virtually enough for a Bachelor's in Mathematics. In addition I have approximately 40 years work experience in the aerospace field, most of it designing hardware, which always involves significant math. I am currently retired but have always enjoyed working with younger engineers and have often acted as their mentors.

...Work with advanced mathematical techniques and applications of those techiques to engineering problems. If you want a clear and concise explanation of various discrete mathematics topics and applications, I am your tutor. Selected areas of discrete mathematics: Set Theory ...

...After college, I worked as a conference planner for a banking association. I am comfortable teaching math up through Algebra 2. I know that each student has a different style of learning and relates differently to the concepts and ideas, so I work with the students to find the approaches that make the most sense to each of them.

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