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...Finally you learn about the wide variety of real world situations that can be modeled to predict future outcomes from current data. Calculus is the study of rates of change, and has numerous and varied applications from business, to physics, to medicine. The complexity of the topics involved however, require that your grasp of mathematical concepts and function properties is strong.

...For Basic Logic, I can provide insight into: Set Theory, Relations, Quantifiers, Algorithms, Counting Methods, De Morgan?s Law, Logical Connectives, Truth Tables, and Relationships Between Statements. For Mathematical Logic, I can provide insight into: Terms and Formulas in First-Order Languages...

...I worked in an undergraduate tutorial office for one year as a tutor for subjects including linear algebra. I was enrolled for two years in a math graduate program in logic. As an undergraduate I majored in philosophy, with an emphasis on logic.

...I love to help others figure out their own unique ways of learning and I especially love learning new things about my students passions and hobbies. I always do my best to make learning as personal and as fun as possible! My extensive background in physics required proficiency in the upper level mathematics required to solve complex physics problems.

...A student who can easily factor a quadratic equation with multiple techniques may misunderstand "simpler" ideas, such as the meaning of negative exponents. A student who can visualize compound transformations of a sine function on a graph may struggle with fractions and ratios. A student who can solve complex equations in her head might be lost when presented with a number line.

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