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Will travel 25 miles

$100 per hour.

4.95 99 ratings

I completed Linear Algebra at CCSU with an A average and was the de facto study group leader for a significant portion of my class. I also incorporated Linear Algebra into my major capstone project during a Seminar in Proof, completed May 2016 at CCSU. I am a high school math teacher at a prestigious charter school in New Haven. My method is constructive - I assess the degree of comfort that a student has with the material first, then build on that understanding progressively. I have also helped many of my students with study skills and problem solving skills, in addition to explaining mat [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

4.7 71 ratings

Linear Algebra and Matrix Algebra are core courses for transport and kinetics in Chemical Engineering. As a graduate student I've taken Numerical Methods where we study Linear Algebra among other math topics. This course was part of our doctorate qualifier exam. I started tutoring math and science when I was a freshman in high school. I loved to teach and help my fellow classmates understand difficult concepts. In senior year of high school, I taught my AP Physics class for two weeks with some guidance from the AP Chemistry teach after our teacher fell ill. My classmates felt that I was a [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

4.95 57 ratings

Matrices and linear transformations, the principal concepts of linear algebra, are essential to many areas of mathematics. I have studied them in courses including multivariable calculus (the idea of linear functions is essential to this topic), abstract algebra (where you learn that matrices can be put into certain standard forms), and functional analysis (a generalization of linear algebra to "infinite matrices"). In addition to explaining how to do calculations in linear algebra, I can also help you with the underlying mathematical theory when that would be useful for your purposes. I hold [more]

It happens to all of us. Sometimes we end up with that one math professor who we just can't learn from. We sit in class and take all the notes we can, but for some reason it just doesn't click. This is especially common for engineering and science students, who often need to learn dense subjects like Linear Algebra and Differential Equations to get their degrees. If you're in this situation, the best help you can get is from a fellow college student who has already been through it. My name... [more]

I received 1 of only 3 A's in a large class of linear algebra. I tutored a multitude of students in application as well as theory. I have also taken advanced math courses in which linear algebra was used. I feel I have strong understanding of this subject. I am currently 21 years old and a senior college student at SUNY POLY. I'd like to transfer into the Syracuse university graduate mathematics program and obtain my Ph.D and conduct research in the field of mathematics. I have my associates degree in mathematics and a separate associates degree in computer science from Mohawk Valley Communi [more]

I have certification in mathematics and have passed Praxis-1 & Praxis-2 tests in math. I have been tutoring & teaching mathematics up to precalculus & calculus. I am a graduate of Univ. of Mass, Amherst, MA. I have a MS in physics and a BS in Computer Science from UMASS. I have been teaching in various schools in the area from last eight years. I also tutored many students including three of my own children. I helped my two daughters in their MCAT (medical) and DAT(dental) test preparations in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. I like to motivate the kids in addition to helping them with su [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.78 120 ratings

Linear algebra has been an important component of much of my education and teaching experience. It was one of my best subjects in college, and following that time, I have also had the opportunity to incorporate linear algebra as an educator. Classes I have taught that use this knowledge include business math and college algebra, both of which have involved some level of linear programming and matrices. Greetings! My name is Robert, and I am an educator with two Master's degrees. In addition to having been a graduate assistant, I have been in this field for more than 5 years, and have greatly [more]

I've been tutoring and teaching Linear Algebra as a part of Math subject in Barcelona for 20 years. I took algebra lessons in my High School and in my College as a part of Computer Engineering. I've been tutoring Math, Physics and Chemistry for 20 years in my hometown (Barcelona) and I've taught in middle and high school there. I've moved to the United States three years ago and I'd love to keep on teaching here. I can use both the American system and the European system of teaching. I think it's a very good point for you because I can teach from different ways and make the subject easier fo [more]

Matrices, vectors and n-dimensional spaces are the bread and butter of linear algebra. This is the stuff you need to know if you want to do any type of 3D rendering, engineering calculations, physics, waves, materials science, or physical chemistry. It underlies most of quantum mechanics and forms a significant part of our understanding of topology and even the structure of the universe. Most are exposed to linear algebra as part of calculus, or as part of advanced problem solving approaches required for instance to describe the hydrogen atom. My background in linear algebra comes mainly from [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.69 13 ratings

I have a 4.0 in my undergraduate linear algebra course, and successfully achieved my B.A. in mathematics. I am actively interested in algebra as a whole, including linear algebra. I have also helped other students out with linear algebra before as a tutor. Hi! I am Rob and I am currently a graduate student at University of Albany. I have tutored math both in high school and college. I have my undergraduate degree from SUNY Potsdam. I tutored through various departments both at SUNY Potsdam and University at Albany. I recently finished teaching a Preparation for Calculus course through Siena C [more]

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