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Will travel 15 miles

$65 per hour.

4.96 106 ratings

I completed a Linear Algebra class from LSU online earlier this year. I passed with an A and it was virtually self taught. I followed the written homework log and did a lot of research to master the subject on my own. It is VERY fresh in my mind and could easily help someone else through the subject. I love helping students master the tough math and science concepts. I hold a M.S. in Chemical Engineering from CU Boulder and have tutored clients off and on over the past 25 years. I have a comprehensive approach and love to use illustration to help communicate concepts. I can help your stu [more]

I have a masters degree in Pure Mathematics from CUNY Hunter College. I am currently pursuing a PhD in math at UC Boulder. I taught linear algebra as an adjunct while at Hunter college. Hello potential students! First off, if you are having trouble in math class know that you are not alone, and that it's never too late to improve your understanding! I specialize in finding the right way to explain things to my students. I've been tutoring for about 8 years now, and in my experience I've found all different sorts of approaches that I'd love to share with you. My own mathematics background sta [more]

Seeing the world through the use of linear models helps shed light on the mysteries around us and enriches each student with greater understanding of mathematics. I have a BS in Secondary Education with 36 hours of mathematics including Linear Algebra in which I recheived an A in. I have also taken graduate level classes in Math education through a grant by University of Texas A and M. I have taught Algebra through Pre-Calculus for 5 years and tutored all levels of college math for 4 years. I enjoy helping a student see the fun and excitement in learning that he or she can be good at math. [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.94 33 ratings

I am a summa cum laude Mathematics major and an Electrical Engineering major. I have a good understanding of vector spaces, linear operators and linear systems. While I was at Fort Valley State University, emphasis was placed on finite-dimensional vector spaces, linear transformations and matrix algebra. Topics included determinants, Gauss method, Gauss-Jordan method, Cramer's rule, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, diagonalization of matrices and application of linear methods to solve non-linear problems. [more]

I am a Ph.D. student in mathematics. I have taken undergraduate linear algebra and graduate linear algebra. I have tutored linear algebra for undergrads before. Math: I'm a Ph.D. student in mathematics at CU Boulder. I would be happy to help you with all kinds of math, from high school math up to college calculus, linear algebra, discrete math, and more! LSAT prep: I scored a 172 on the LSAT and I have a method to break down the questions on the LSAT so that they're easier to understand. Many of my past students improved their scores after working with me. SAT / ACT prep: I've been helping s [more]

Hi, I'm Josh. I moved to Denver after 3 years working in the finance industry. I work as a quantitative analyst, so I get to do math everyday as part of my work. I had taught mathematics for 6 years prior. Also, I have also worked at a private mathematics tutor during this time and have had at least 20 students (I didn't keep count). I'm looking for tutoring gigs because I miss teaching; I feel like it was a skill that I developed that I do not get to use in my current job at all. I ha... [more]

I am a credentialed actuary. I majored in the subject in school, and I worked with the department head while there. I may have better communication skills than many in this field, as I am the son of a teacher. As my Free Response shows, I passed the Society of Actuaries exam covering Linear Algebra. I elaborate here that I passed on my first try with a "7", which is 110%-120% of the minimum passing score. I am the son of a teacher, and have tutored friends and peers while in high school, college and also after college. Both having a teacher for a mother and also working with friends has rei [more]

I have taken linear algebra courses as both an undergraduate and a graduate student and done well in them. I studied physics as an undergraduate which uses large amounts of linear algebra. My name is Alex. I am a 25 year old graduate student in mathematics at CU Denver. I graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a B.S. in physics and a B.A. in mathematics. I feel most comfortable tutoring in Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations because I use these subjects almost daily. I tutored off and on for 5 years during [more]

My experience solving physical problems as a physics major, as well as my passion for pure mathematics, has enabled me to hone my linear algebra skills. In fact, linear algebra is a very powerful and essential tool in the physical sciences?often making ordinarily complex problems simpler. As a paid math and physics tutor at my university, I help many students overcome their apprehensions, fill in missing or incomplete information, and pass their courses. That being said, I look forward to any opportunity where I can help someone achieve his or her academic goals! [more]

Took linear algebra and received an A+ at CSU-Fullerton. I have a minor in abstract mathematics and currently an MD-PhD student, so using math on a weekly basis is normal for me. I am a fourth-year MD-PhD candidate with a B.S. in Cellular and Developmental Biology and two minors in Chemistry and Mathematics. My standardized test scores were always strong: SAT 1550/1600, MCAT 41/45, and GMAT 780/800. Those scores are within the 99%-tile. Why is this important? As opposed to class tests where the teacher designs a class geared towards leading you to an answer, standardized tests are designed t [more]

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