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I took linear algebra at Georgia Tech and received the grade of an A. I find this subject is taught entirely through examples, which I have plenty of from the class that I took. I have practice exams and materials that I can use to teach students, which is exactly how I learned. Hi! My name is Hailee and I recently graduated from Georgia Tech. I studied biomedical engineering with a minor in chemistry. I took 16 advanced placement classes in high school and graduated second in my class. I passed all of my AP classes including calculus 1 & 2, physics, chemistry, biology, psychology, English, an [more]

I've taken an advanced linear algebra and basic functional analysis class with Lorenzo Sadun at UT Austin and gotten an A. The lowest score I got on any subsection of the course was a 94%, if I remember correctly. Regarding math, I got a 780 (88th percentile) on the Math section of the GRE, and have an honors degree in Physics from UT Austin, which required many difficult math courses. While my teaching experience is in physics, many students had weak backgrounds in algebra that I helped them with so that they could understand the physics. [more]

I took and earned an B+ in MA 442, an honors-level (proof-based) linear algebra course at Boston University where I received my BA in mathematics. In my physics studies I have extensively applied my knowledge of linear algebra to quantum and classical mechanics, where eigenfunctions of operators define the observed motion of our world. When appropriate, I have tutored my colleagues in various topics in linear algebra such as matrix inversion, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, and unitary transformations. [more]

I am a certified 6-12 mathematics teacher in Florida and Georgia. I currently teach Algebra I at Drew Charter Senior academy. Hello! A little about me: I grew up in South Jersey, went to undergrad at UC Santa Barbara earning a minor in education and a major in Psychology. I am also currently getting my Masters in education at Johns Hopkins University! After relocating to Miami through Teach For America, I taught Algebra in the inner city school system for two years. I am now teaching Algebra in Atlanta Public Schools! I am very excited to get started with Wyzant! I am certified in 6-12 mat [more]

I have taken several courses in linear algebra as a undergraduate and graduate engineering student Hi, I'm Karla Wagner, a PhD student at Georgia Tech in Materials Science and Engineering. I graduated from Georgia Tech with my undergraduate degree in the same major, and was a recipient of the President's Scholarship there. Some of my favorite parts of being a graduate student include my TA jobs, and so I am hoping to expand my teaching experience and help students in the Atlanta area by becoming a tutor in the subject I'm very familiar with. I have previous experience tutoring in high scho... [more]

As a physics Ph.D student, a lot of my coursework has used various topics in linear algebra. In 2008, I took a linear algebra course from Boston University and then the material was reinforced in advanced calculus, math methods for physics, differential equations, as well as quantum mechanics and electromagnetism. I started graduate work in the math department at University of Texas-Austin where I took an applied methods of mathematics course which covered material such as finite and infinite dimensional matrix theory (e.g. orthonormality, eigenvalue problems, symmetric matrices, diagonaliza [more]

I am Hungtang! I am very excited about your visit! I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering and a 3.97 GPA a year or two ago and I am now a PhD student at Georgia Tech. I love learning everything about science and engineering! I understand the frustration one might encounter during the learning process. It's going to make your learning experience much less efficient. As a result, people often grow to hate the subject or simply think... [more]

My Ph.D thesis used linear algebra to approximate the solutions to a partial differential equation. I have also taught the class a number of times. Hey everybody! I am Aris and I am originally from Washington D.C. I moved to Atlanta a couple of years back to be with my wife who is teaching at Spelman. I am currently an assistant professor of mathematics at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville, Georgia. I have been teaching classes for about 18 years and tutoring for about 22 years. I started pretty young and still remember how it is to be a student and struggle in math classes. I [more]

During my collegiate career as a math major undergrad, I've taken upper-level math courses including Linear Algebra. I've participated in group study sessions as well as independent studies and had to devote at least 30-35 hours/week of studying. While I was taking the second course of Linear Algebra, I used MATLAB software as a class project to solve complex matrices and determinant systems as well as solving for eigenvectors/values. I would love the opportunity to tutor this subject because I've mastered it, can teach students how to study for this course, and it is a fun course overall. [more]

I have PhD degree in mathematics. I have been tutor of this courses. Moreover, I was teacher assistant of linear algebra in my university which I was graduated. I have a PhD in mathematics. I was graduated in 2012 and I have been teaching since 2008. I have three goals for my students whenever I teach. First, they should feel comforting in the class about the course topics. Second, they must become interested in exploration and appreciate the inherent value of the subject matter. Third, they have to be aware of the applications of what ever they have been taught in the lessons. Towards the dif [more]

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