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Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

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I've taught linear algebra two semesters and use it in my work frequently. In particular, I've used linear algebra to describe atom-molecule collisions. I've even used it to develop a beer recommendation system! I have over five years experience teaching and tutoring students in math and programming. I gained most of my experience teaching prison inmates math courses from pre-Algebra to Precalculus and Statistics in San Quentin State Prison. Don't worry, that doesn't mean I'm a mean disciplinarian! (The guys in prison are actually easy to teach.) I really love helping students expand their po [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.8 178 ratings

I completed an accelerated Linear Algebra course and earned an "A". Topics I am versed in include working with proofs, matrices, row-echelon operations, rank-nullity theorem, column and row space, dimensions and bases, vector operations, dot product, determinants, projections, identifying linearly independence vs dependence, etc. I graduated from UC Berkeley in Spring 2017 with a B.A. in Cognitive Science and a concentration in Cognitive Neuroscience. I also have two Minors: Ancient Egyptian and Near Eastern Civilizations and Cal Teach (Math and Science Education). I passed the 3 Math CSETs (C [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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I have a teaching credential in Math. I have taught Algebra & linear Algebra for 10 years in Public School. In my Single subjet assessment for teaching, my domain performance index was ****/****. I am a credentialed in Math and Business. I have taught for over 15 years in Public Schools in California. I graduated from San Jose State University in Business and Marketing, and subsequently from Chapman University where I received my teaching credential. I have taught in both Middle and High School, teaching Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry and Algebra 2. For those who have difficulty passing [more]

Will travel 35 miles

$65 per hour.

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I used to teach this course in the college level. However, in the high school curriculum of Algebra 2, I had to incorporate concepts of Linear Algebra. Thus, I had taught matrices and solving linear equations using matrices. I have been a math teacher for some 30 years, in the high school and college level. My tutoring experience began when I was approached by parent who wanted to give her children extra support in mathematics. I usually tutored high school students. I had students from different school settings -- private schools and public schools. When I taught in college, [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.2 10 ratings

I have 2 years of tutoring experience in linear algebra where I have tutored students both individually and in group settings. I excelled in my own linear algebra courses as well as other courses like abstract algebra, differential equations, and numerical analysis, which required applications of linear algebra. When teaching linear algebra, I use a dual theoretical and application-based approach. Not only do I stress the importance of memorizing key definitions and theorems, but I also show how these theorems can be applied in business and scientific settings. [more]

I love linear algebra and use it almost every day in my research and studies of control systems, optimization, machine learning, and statistical signal processing. For my Certificate of Completion for the workshop Demonstrated Excellence: ?Scholarly Teaching Strategies to Maximize Student Learning? from the Center for Educational Effectiveness at UC Davis, I gave a teaching demonstration of a first lecture on linear algebra. I also have a paper under peer review at an education focused journal discussing connections between linear algebra topics that are not usually taught together. [more]

My mechanical engineering degree, and high school Math-Physics diploma have provided me with a strong background in math and linear algebra. I have been tutoring linear algebra during college, and have always got positive feedback on that. I went to UC Riverside for my PhD in mechanical engineering, my daytime job is at California Environmental Protection Agency as a research scientist and engineer. During high school I was part of International Physics Olympiad competition and I received medal of honor at the national level. My vigorous interest in teaching comes from my own positive experie [more]

I got a Ph.D. degree in Math. And I have taught the course of Linear algebra in college over ten years. So, I am very confident in teaching linear algebra. I have been teaching all kinds of math from high school to college for 20 years in Korea. Especially, I had taught at one of gifted science high schools for seven years. My main teaching subjects are "AMC 10, 12 / AP Calculus / SAT math". Although my English is not perfect, I am sure that we will find my teaching skills perfect. Good news is "My first hour is free !" Thank you for the interest in advance.... [more]

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