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Will travel 10 miles

$150 per hour.

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I have taken multiple Linear Algebra courses. I also use the subject extensively in my own research. I am very knowledgeable in all topics, ranging from basic matrix theory (inverses, eigenvalues, determinants, etc.) to abstract vector spaces, linear transformations, inner product spaces, etc. Hi everyone! My name is Matthew. If you are looking for a tutor in mathematics, I'd love to work with you. I graduated first in my class (Summa Cum Laude) from Ohio University in 2013, majoring in Electrical Engineering with extended coursework in mathematics. I'm now a Ph.D. student at the University [more]

- Patient and professional science tutor - Experienced with students of all ages and learning styles - You will pass your test! :) And hopefully learn to love what you do. I am currently finishing my PhD in Biology, having done both bachelor and master in several universities. Since high-school, I have been teaching and tutoring students in several subjects and languages, mainly related to science math and biology. Furthermore, I have training in didactic, so as to better help the students... [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$120 per hour.

4.88 24 ratings

At Cornell University, I took an Honors Linear Algebra course and received an A in it. I've also taken two courses in quantum mechanics and mathematical physics apiece, each of which have expanded upon a first course in linear algebra extensively. If you are a masters, bachelors, or high school student in the greater Ann Arbor area seeking tutoring in mathematics or physics, look no further, because I'm your guy! My name is Gopal, and I graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University, Class of 2012, double-majoring in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering. Now, I'm a Ph.D. student resea [more]

I've taken Linear Algebra at Michigan State University and received a 4.0 (A) grade in the class. I'm willing to show my transcripts as well. I've helped my fellow students when I took the course on a one-on-one basis privately. I graduated from Michigan State University with bachelor?s degrees in physics and mathematics. Currently, I'm a research & development engineer. I'm involved with algorithm design, programming simulations, and digital signal / image processing. I also have numerous years of experience in programming, STEM internships, and technical projects. During my undergrad years, [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

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I have completed the Honors Math sequence at the University of Michigan (Math 295, 296, 395, 396) which provides a rigorous study of linear algebra and then uses it to build multivariable calculus. I also studied linear algebra independently over the summer from "Problems and Theorems in Linear Algebra" by Prasolov. This past year I tutored students in linear algebra as an official tutor working in the Math Lab at the University of Michigan. I have had a love for mathematics since elementary school, and now study as an Honors Mathematics major at the University of Michigan. I have studied comp [more]

I have done a lot of work with 6 degree of freedom simulations in engineering physical systems. This has required a lot of matrix and vector algebra, including rotations, eigenvalue determination, inner product spaces, etc... I am very comfortable with this subject and have many different ways of looking at problems. I have a PhD and a Master's from University of Arizona and a degree in Math and Physics from Northern Arizona University. I've had a passion for math and science for much of my life. I try very hard to use this passion to excite and educate learners of these subjects when tuto [more]

I taught "introduction to linear algebra" for university students from 2013 to 2014. I was also the teaching assistant for multiple course such as "Probability and Statistics", "Engineering Economics" and so on. I am pretty good at tutoring and mentoring for math courses. I earned my PhD degree in Industrial Engineering at University of South Florida in 2015. I taught "introduction to linear algebra" at University of South Florida from 2013 to 2014. I was also the teaching assistant for multiple course such as "Probability and Statistics", "Engineering Economics" and so on. I was the mentor o [more]

I took Linear Algebra at Oakland Community College, and earned an A in the course, in addition to taking the University of Michigan's (Ann Arbor) Honor's Math II, which covers Linear Algebra in the context of proofs. I'm proficient in Matrix Multiplication, Determinants, Eigenvectors/values, Diagonalization, Gram-Schmidt Orthonormalization, Dual Spaces, Change of Basis, etc. I will provide a more unique approach to Linear Algebra, since I've taken a class meant for engineers (computation), and a class meant for Math majors (proofs). [more]

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