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Will travel 40 miles

$60 per hour.

4.91 433 ratings

Linear algebra is the study of vectors, matrices, tensors, etc. associated with a coordinate system (Cartesian-Euclidean, cylindrical, spherical, curve-linear, etc.). Central to the theme of linear algebra is the concept of linear transformation. I am a consulting scientist in the Washington DC area and use linear algebra in my daily work to characterize and solve multi-dimensional problems. I studied linear algebra at the Case Institute of Technology and have tutored a number of college students in Matrices and Linear Algebra. I have also tutored students in the application of linear alge [more]

Will travel 1 miles

$45 per hour.

4.88 16 ratings

As a graduate student at the University of Maryland I have been the teaching assistant for Linear Algebra and have been in the position of explaining each and every concept from the material and answering questions to help my students better understand the material. Linear Algebra is one of my favorite subjects to tutor since it is used so often as a base of higher mathematics. Hello, I am currently a mathematics graduate student at University of Maryland. I love to teach and have experience as a TA in differential equations, linear algebra, and calculus. As an undergrad, I worked as a tutor i [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

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Earned an A in college Linear Algebra course. I am currently studying Electrical Engineering. I come from four generations of educators so it doesn't come as a surprise that I absolutely love teaching! In high school, I ran my school's National Honor Society tutoring program at the local middle school. I found teaching one-on-one to be such a rewarding experience and I continue to tutor every chance I get. I am extremely qualified to teach nearly any Mathematics subject. My professors recognize my hard work and passion for learn... [more]

I am currently studying Applied Mathematics and Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University. I have a passion for mathematics and science and enjoy helping others work in the subjects as well. I have taken math classes up to Non-Linear Optimization (Calc I, Calc II, Calc III, Linear Algebra, Discrete Mathematics, Differential Equations, Linear Optimization, and Non-Linear Optimization). And I can help teach any of these subjects. I have worked with object oriented programming in Java... [more]

For the past 18 years, I have been a professional statistician in governmental and academic settings. Regarding educational credentials, I have dual bachelors degrees in accounting and mathematics, a masters degree in Biostatistics, and I am currently a PhD candidate in Biostatistics. I am comfortable with all aspects of statistics including applied, theoretical, and computer programming. I have approximately 20 years of SAS programming experience, 15 years of STATA programming experience,... [more]

I have taught several courses in linear algebra. I have a PhD in mathematical logic. I have been teaching math at the college level for about 9 years. I enjoy working with people and have often been described as patient. I have taught math in both large univeristies and small colleges; besides knowing the subject I have spent a lot of time thinking about how people learn and how I can help them with learning. I think tutoring one on one gives me a great opportunity to help students really learn the material because I can really get a sense of where a student is and where th... [more]

I took a course in Linear Algebra as an undergraduate in college. I continued my studies in graduate school by completing a course in Linear Systems Theory. My research involves computational modeling for which I use matrix representations of high dimensional state-spaces, for which I regularly apply concepts from linear algebra. Hi folks, my name is Scott and I am a PhD student at Johns Hopkins University studying Biomedical Engineering. I graduated summa cum laude (GPA: 4.0) from Lafayette College with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and minor in Mathematics. In my research involving compu [more]

I have over 15 years of teaching experience covering all undergraduate mathematics classes offered at the University of South Carolina including Linear Algebra. In that role I have been exposed first-hand to the common difficulties and typical mistakes that students tend to make in those classes. Over the years I have experimented with different teaching and tutoring techniques and now I am in the position to offer the best approach to the students I tutor. I have over 15 years of teaching and tutoring experience in mathematics, computer programming, statistics, physics, and other subjects, wh [more]

My best qualification is the three consecutive semesters I spent as a college algebra tutor at Howard Community College in Columbia, MD. That and placing in the 98th percentile on my SATs indicates my knowledge of the subject. I never seek to dazzle my students with what I know. My goal is to help them gain a thorough understanding, problem solving methods and the confidence to perform well on tests. I majored in piano with a minor in oboe at the School of Music at the Naval Amphibious Base in Norfolk, VA when I was in the Marines. I spent three semesters tutoring college algebra/pre-calcu [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$250 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

I have a PhD in Math. I have been a linear algebra tutor for four semesters at Yale University. I have also been a Teaching Assistant for linear algebra at Yale. I have a PhD in Math from Yale. I am currently a faculty member at the University of Maryland, College Park. As a student I won a Silver Medal in the International Math Olympiad (1996 IMO). As a coach, I have extensive experience training students for math competitions, both at high school and college level. I have taught math at different levels. Currently I only work with motivated students who are interested in learning math beyo [more]

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