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...I have also experience of private tutoring in Logic during said period. As an applied mathematician Finite Math has always been one of my favorite topics. I have taught this topic several times while teaching and tutoring various pure and applied Math subjects as a full time university lecturer for over 30 years.

...My name is Bennet and I am excited to help you improve your thinking in both math and chess. I am a United States Chess Master and Ph.D student in sociology at Boston College. I am an experienced tutor; I have been teaching chess since I was 12 and taught my own camp curriculum starting at age 16.

...I had one year of differential equations in undergraduate studies at the Technion, Israel Institute of technology. The subjects covered were homogeneous linear and nonlinear differential equations with constant coefficients, and special equations - such as the Ricatti equation. I had to use them in practical example when working on control systems realizations for my M.Sc. thesis.

...I work full-time at a software company in Burlington where I have worked since 2007. After completing my MBA in 2008, I discovered tutoring as a part-time profession and never looked back. Over the years, I have helped countless high school students with SAT and ACT prep.

...I have tutored extensively under the large umbrella of math called "discrete math". I have specifically spent time with students (and peers) reviewing such subjects as Linear Algebra, Introductory Probability, Combinatorics, and other related topics (truth tables, set theory, graph theory, etc.)...

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