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I am a professional scientist holding a PhD in physics from Caltech. I have used linear algebra in my research work for many years. When I studied the subject in college at Yale, I was given university honors for my work. I offer a comprehensive course in Linear Algebra including vector spaces and linear functions, linear and affine coordinate transformations, matrices, solutions of simultaneous equations, and linear programming. After ten years as a professional physicist and college professor, I am now working in the field of computer science. I am fully competent to help students with no [more]

I have had two linear algebra courses during my undergraduate college learning and another combined with abstract algebra for a graduate course. I have taught linear algebra in context of Precalculus and Algebra 2. APPROACH My goal is student understanding, building on a student's existing understanding level and familiar contexts, and looking for ways to help remembrance of procedures/concepts. I will look to determine and address the root or cause of a student's difficulties. I will seek to coordinate my instruction with what the student is learning in the classroom. MY OBJECTIVE FOR A S [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$83 per hour.

4.89 492 ratings

I have a Minor in Math and have done a lot of programming involving Linear Algebra throughout both my business and scientific work. If you are looking for someone to help you where others have failed, or if you just want the best, then I'm definitely your tutor. Key focus must be on the student overcoming any mental barriers he/she may have to understanding the subjects. I teach concepts first and test taking second. If you know the concepts, the test results follow, but test taking strategies are also emphasized. I specialize in college level courses but am willing to tutor the highly mot [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$70 per hour.

4.9 83 ratings

I have a Ph.D. in Operations Research and I had a full graduate level course in Linear Programming which is heavily based on Linear Algebra. I have worked in industry using Linear Algebra techniques to solve business problems. Mathematics is my strong suit, followed by Physics. My top performance in these gained me admission to the most sought out Mechanical Engineering program at a prestigious engineering college where only 1 % of students who wrote the entrance exam gained admission. I have tutored many students successfully in preparing for SAT, SAT Math I, SAT Math II, Pre-Calculus, [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$115 per hour.

4.98 501 ratings

Per my PhD program requirements, I taught a course in Linear Algebra at Yale University. Over the past few years, I helped a number of college-level students with their Linear Algebra classes. Who I am: NOT your run-of-the-mill tutor. Before a career on Wall Street, I was a professional, world-class mathematician. I have an MS and a PhD in mathematics from Yale University, and summa cum laude BS and MS in mathematics from the former USSR. A graduate of one of the Soviet Union's elite math-and-physics high schools, I was also a multiple Mathematics Olympiad winner. What I can do for you: [more]

Hi there! Math is a very fascinating subject and I would love to share my enthusiasm with my student. I am very effective in helping students to not only get a better grade, but also to really understand the subject matter and the reasons why things work the way they do. I genuinely believe every student can learn and I look forward to helping anyone better understand math. Being a TA and private tutor for five years, I always explain difficult math and statistics concept in simple English, ... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$60 per hour.

4.83 1235 ratings

I have been teaching Linear Algebra for three years now. I can teach graphic linear equations, solving them by substitution, algebraically, and by elimination. I was on the Math team many years ago, and I could do the problems faster than any other team members. I also have an extensive Math background due to being in the field of Finances, teaching for the GED and the ASVAB tests. I am also a graduate of New York University, which has only a 30% acceptance rate. I enjoy teaching all aspects of Algebra. [more]

I have experience tutoring 2 students in linear algebra. Both were masters degree students, one in mathematics education, and one in physics. I received grades of A in both undergraduate and graduate level courses in linear algebra, and also in multivariate calculus. I have been tutoring students for over 6 years, primarily in Mathematics, Statistics, and General and Organic Chemistry, and Music. It has been extremely gratifying to me when I have been able to help a struggling student understand the material, and overcome challenges to learning. I approach tutoring with a great deal of patienc [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

I have taken courses on introductory and advanced linear algebra. As a lecturer of math in Stony Brook University, teaching linear algebra is a part of my regular duty. I did master's in mathematics. My role as a teacher has evolved from a tutor to a teaching assistant, and now a lecturer over the last few years. My routine duty in all these roles included giving lectures, tutorials, preparing and grading homework sets, and examination papers. The diverse background of the students in all these classes helped me to broaden my teaching perspective. Having pursued my undergraduate studies in Ind [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$40 per hour.

4.51 35 ratings

I had graduate and and undergraduate courses in both abstract and linear algebra. I have tutored linear algebra for many years. I covered many different topics in linear algebra: systems of linear equations, Gauss-Jordan elimination, matrices, determinants, inverse matrices, linear independence, vector spaces, bases and dimension, transition matrices, orthonormal bases, Gram Schmidt Process, inner product spaces, row spaces, column spaces, null spaces, Rank-Nullity Theorem, Inverse Matrix Theorem, linear transformations, eigenvalues, and diagonalization. I've also used linear algebra methods [more]

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