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Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.97 136 ratings

I took Linear Algebra as one of the requirements for my Mathematics Major my freshmen year of college, and passed the course with an A. I took detailed notes in class and saved all of my homework assignments, and would therefore be able to look back on these notes in preparing for lessons. I also have a Linear Algebra textbook I could use during tutoring sessions. For students familiar with mathematical software, I used MATLAB extensively in this class, especially when working with matrices, and would be able to offer suggestions with the MATLAB software as well. [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$140 per hour.

5.0 205 ratings

I have been working with Linear Algebra and multivariate analysis for over 10 years. This is one my favorite subjects. I will be glad to help you making this topic clear and easily to work with. As a child growing up in Brazil, Graciele witnessed how her mother, a biology teacher, successfully helped many students. This inspired Graciele to live by her example from an early age. During college, she was selected to tutor her classmates in Calculus 1-3, Thermodynamics, and Analytical Chemistry. In 2007, she became a teacher at a renowned institute teaching math to classes as large as 120 student [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.93 304 ratings

I'm a junior undergraduate in mathematics. I have taken the standard undergraduate math courses (e.g. multi-variant calculus, ordinary differential equations, and linear algebra), and for over a year now have been taking higher courses in pure mathematics (e.g. number theory, set theory, group theory, and ring/field theory). Some aspects of linear algebra can be foreign and daunting. I think that with a better understanding of what abstraction in math means, it becomes easier to grasp really what linear algebra is. In doing so, linear algebra will feel much more natural, and no longer foreign [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$100 per hour.

4.96 110 ratings

I studied linear algebra in high school, then took advanced linear algebra as a freshman in college. As a field, linear algebra was developed alongside mechanics and relativity, which I studied extensively in college. For my physics major, I did research in the geometries of special relativity and Minkowski spaces, and all of the math behind that work involved metric tensors from linear algebra. Hi! I'm a former high school math teacher, and I tutor part time while I'm working towards a PhD in economics. My specialty is in economics and mathematics, and I can tutor in either field up to un [more]

I have an MS in Mathematics specializing in abstract algebra and a PhD in Applied Mathematics specializing in numerical analysis. I taught linear algebra at NCSU. I am a PhD Mathematician and a software engineer with tutoring experience in USA, Germany, and Korea. I have many years of experience in tutoring middle and high school students (algebra, geometry, trigonometry, AP calculus, probability). I also have experience in teaching college classes and mentoring interns (calculus, linear algebra, finite mathematics, discrete mathematics, probability, computer programming). I am especially [more]

Recent college graduate. For the last 3 years, I have tutored peers in calculus (all levels), chemistry (general and organic), and physics (introductory mechanics and E&M). I love helping people understand new concepts and focus on building intuition, which I think is the most important part of tutoring. I have extensive higher-level mathematical background from studying physics at Princeton, and I earned perfect scores on the ACT, SAT, and SAT Math II subject test. Please reach out! I woul... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$70 per hour.

4.98 42 ratings

I have taught college level linear algebra as an adjunct lecturer. My research area, mathematical programming and polyhedral theory requires possessing an expert knowledge on this subject I am currently a senior data scientist at a data consulting company and have more than 10 years of experience of teaching mathematics as a private tutor and have 3 years of experience of teaching university mathematics as a teaching assistant and as an instructor. I received Ph.D. degree in applied mathematics in 2013 and has taught and tutored wide range of mathematical branches including calculus I,II,III [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$80 per hour.

4.98 54 ratings

As a PhD student in Structural Engineering in the George Washington University, I took and successfully passed Linear Algebra course with Grade A in 2013 as it was a PhD candidacy requirement. However the content of this course was extremely easy for me considering the fact that my research and education deals with Finite Element Methods and structural Analysis which are mainly based on Linear Algebra. Ever since then, I have helped several students of the engineering department with their questions and exam preparation for this course. I have also passed the exam of this course in my PhD qual [more]

I taught junior and senior high school algebra in New Zealand. I also have a Master's degree in Statistics and took linear algebra as part of the undergraduate course work. I taught senior and junior mathematics and statistics at Cashmere High School in NZ in early 2016. Prior to that I obtained my teaching qualification in 2015. I have worked as a health statistician in France, Lesotho and also New Zealand. I have also worked as an analyst in the Philippines. I speak French and German (though German is not as good as I learned French after German). I like one on one tutoring as it enab [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$150 per hour.

4.97 240 ratings

As a math major in undergrad, I took several courses in Linear Algebra. I eventually became a grader for the first Linear Algebra course. There is always more than one way to solve a math problem! As a former math teacher with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Stanford and a Master's degree in Teaching from American, I know that there are infinite ways to approach math problems. I also know that exploring many methods is the best way to build conceptual understanding of math. In many math classrooms today, teachers show their students one way to solve a problem, and then the students s [more]

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