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Will travel 40 miles

$500 per hour.

5.0 64 ratings

My linear algebra background includes many subjects and applications. In our data-driven age, applications of linear algebra are ubiquitous. Linear algebra applies math to such matrices as any Excel spreadsheet, and using the power of matrices, you can calculate millions of values or solve billions of equations simultaneously. I have used linear algebra in such advanced math classes as Multivariate Calculus 3, Differential Equations, and graduate-level Time-Series Analysis and Cross-Section Analysis. Multivariate Calculus 3 uses the basic operations of Linear Algebra, including dot product [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

4.9 48 ratings

I have an MA and PhD in Applied Math from Western Michigan University (1990). I have been teaching undergraduate math courses at the college level for more than 15 years. Now I teach at NOVA community college: Calculus I, II and III and Linear algebra. I taught Linear Algebra more than 8 times in the last 15 years. I am currently tutoring a student from University of Maryland in Linear algebra. In addition, I am tutoring Linear Algebra now to a student from Georgetown. I tutored 3 students in linear algebra together 4 months ago from Marymount University and I tutored 5 students online and at [more]

Will travel 8 miles

$65 per hour.

4.7 10 ratings

I have a BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering, which I obtained with an in major GPA or 3.6 and an overall GPA of 3.5. I took Elementary Linear Algebra class, which I got an A in. I also tutored students at Virginia Tech at our math lab in linear algebra for 2 years. Hello! My name is Kaitlyn, and I am an engineer who graduated from Virginia Tech with a BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering and a BA in Economics with a 3.5+ GPA. While in college, I tutored 1-3 students a semester, mostly in business calculus. All of my students received a grade of B or higher, which I am quite proud of [more]

This past May (2018) I received an MS in physics from New York University, having received a dual-major BA in math and physics from NYU the previous May (2017). I am currently in the first of a three-year JD program at George Washington University. I have tutored in both a freelance and salaried capacity for over four years now, providing one-on-one lessons to college, high-, and middle-school students in a wide range of subjects (mostly math, physics, and SAT prep), developing intuition and ... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$64 per hour.

4.93 179 ratings

I have a degrees in both Physics and in Engineering as well as an MS in Pure and Applied Mathematics from Cleveland State. I have taken several courses in Linear Algebra, and three more in related Mathematical Physics courses, which content includes this particular subject. My doctoral work at Kent State in Operations Research course involved Probability and Markov Chain Analysis, and the Matrix formulations of Statistical Regression Analysis: Y = xB+e. Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Business and Engineering, the STEM disciplines, can be difficult subjects even for advanced high school and [more]

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