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Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 15 ratings

I am a PhD student studying Nuclear and Particle Physics at Carnegie Mellon University. I am passionate about inspiring students, especially young women, to feel confident in their mathematical and scientific abilities. While most of this confidence is gained through thoroughly learning the course material, I find it is equally important to understand how and when to ask for help with understanding. Trained primarily as a Supplemental Instructor for a college physics class at the University ... [more]

My dissertation heavily leveraged linear algebra and numerical linear algebra. Also, my work at the Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory made extensive work of my numerical linear algebra background. As an adjunct faculty member at Community College of Allegheny County, I taught linear algebra. Since this is one of my areas of expertise, I feel qualified tutoring linear algebra. I have a PhD in Applied Mathematics and Mechanical Engineering from The University of Akron as well as a Master's degree from Bowling Green State University in Applied Mathematics and Bachelor's degrees in Mathematics and [more]

Linear Algebra in an area of mathematics that studies matrices, how they are used, and what can be done with them to solve a problem. They are mostly used for solving a system of equations in order to determine the answers. I have studied many areas of LA, not only the theoretical part but also the application's part. My major application area has been in engineering and related math and science areas. I am able to help a student understand so that he can do the work without any assistance. [more]

I have tutored college algebra for three years. I have even been given the opportunity to cover evening algebra classes when an instructor could not make it to class for a review night. I love y=mx+b because it is a beautiful equation and the slope intercept formula is not so bad once you know what vale is which variable letter. Slopes are not so bad once you play with them and get the idea. It is really just getting the core idea down and then applying it to the work you already know how to do. [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$40 per hour.

4.94 52 ratings

Hey there, I'm Kennan! I'm a current university student pursuing a Bachelor's of Science in Computer Science, and I've been tutoring for the ACT, SAT, AP Calculus, AP Physics, and AP Computer Science since my junior year of high school. I started tutoring in high school as a way to review for exams while helping out my friends. Over time, I developed a variety of techniques to cater to a broad range of learning styles, to ensure the best possible experience for every student I work with. ... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

4.96 56 ratings

I have my MS in Management Science from CWRU's Weatherhead School of Management (my PhD is also from CWRU in the field of Mathematical Modeling). My core is in Operations Research with a concentration in Operations Management. I have taken linear algebra, linear programming, and advanced non-linear discrete optimization. I am dedicated to providing the best mathematical instruction possible. I received academic scholarships for all three of my college degrees, BA-MSMS-PhD. My doctorate is in Systems Engineering from the Case School of Engineering. My specialty is multi-level hierarchical model [more]

I have taken Matrix Algebra and Applied Algebra with an A in each, along with a B+ in Graduate Linear Algebra. I believe that I can help students succeed with their classes in linear and matrix algebra. I am motivated by the ability to see others understand aspects in life better. This takes hard work and dedication in order to ensure success on both ends. I truly enjoyed the positive impacts I made on students while teaching 2 semesters of pre-calculus/calculus recitation sections and tutoring mathematics for over 3 years. Creativity was expanded through my passion of sign language incorporat [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$30 per hour.

4.86 14 ratings

Linear Algebra is the study of linear sets of equations and their transformation properties. Leading up to this course the student has dealt extensively with linear equations primarily concerning calculations and some application word problems. A good foundation in Calculus is helpful. Linear Algebra will delve deep into the theory of linear equations. Topics include, but are not limited to linear systems, Gauss method, vector spaces, linear maps computing, matrices, determinants, eigenvectors, eigenvalues, projections and techniques of proofs. [more]

I have a Ph.D. In physics, which requires a deep understanding of linear algebra. My research work was in computational physics, which makes use of linear algebra. I have used the techniques of linear algebra extensively in modeling and simulation work in my career. I'm currently tutoring at levels of mathematics below and above linear algebra. I have a Ph.D. in physics and chemistry, a Master's degree in physics, and an honors Bachelor of Science degree in physics with a minor in mathematics. My dissertation work involved computational solid-state theory, which allowed me to further develop s [more]

During my B.S. in pure mathematics from Indiana University with a GPA of 3.6/4.0. I took a series of two courses called Linear Algebra and Linear Transformations. LT was just LA with more theory and more depth. LT was moving towards a graduate dimension theory course. I love math. I love teaching it. I find it intrinsically satisfying to see the light come on in a student's eyes. My first math lesson that I taught was when I was 5. My neighbor, still in diapers, kept skipping 4 when counting from 1 to 10. I worked with him until he could get all 10 numbers in a row, and match them up [more]

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