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...Considering I am a math teacher which deeply relies on logic and language I am definitely qualified for this. During the process of earning my mathematics degree I excelled in three logic courses, one of which was a 300 level course. At Rider University I took Finite Mathematics as an elective even though I was a mathematics major.

...I have taken courses on formal logic and mathematical logic as an undergraduate, and have tutored predicate calculus and formal logic as well. Some of my methods include helping define logic in more concrete terms for students who may have trouble with abstract concepts, as well as illustrating ...

...I am highly experienced and skilled at transcription and have a deep, thorough and complete understanding of harmony and music theory. I have shared this skill and knowledge with many people over the years. I have studied and enjoyed music since childhood and have played music professionally in a wide variety of styles and contexts since high school and full time since 1980.

...I hold a Master in Education, JD and BA degree and have taught SAT Reading Comprehension since 2002 with the federally funded Mercer County Community College Upward Bound program. During that time I have tutored the full gamut of students, from the best and brightest to one with special needs, o...

...I've been studying it for over twenty years and have accumulated a great amount of course work in this discipline. In addition, it is probably the subject that I have the most experience tutoring in. I like to break down the underlying concepts of both differential and integral calculus, then illustrate the relationship between the two.

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