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Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.95 565 ratings

I took multiple Linear Algebra courses to earn my Applied Mathematics degree. Linear Algebra was one of my specialties while studying. Since then, I have been tutoring undergraduate and graduate level Linear algebra courses. Linear algebra is very rich subject and central to both pure and applied mathematics, concerning vector spaces, often finite or infinite dimensional, as well as Linear Mappings between such spaces. Yes, I can make math easy, simple, fun, and allow students to learn by themselves giving them confidence to solve any math question. I have been tutoring, mentoring, and tea [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

4.82 107 ratings

I completed a course in linear algebra as part of my coursework at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Georgia Tech differs from other universities in that the Algebra 2 course is combined with the Calculus 3 course and taken as one subject. I successfully completed this course. Hello, my name is Keath M. and I am very much interested in being your tutor. I grew up in the Peachtree City, GA area and graduated from Starrs Mill High School in 2007. Following high school, I attended the The Georgia Institute of Technology studying in Industrial and Systems Engineering. I have always had a natu [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 13 ratings

I am qualified to tutor in this subject, because I have taken Linear Algebra in college and have a thorough understanding of the subject. I explain in easy to follow steps for the student to understand. I have taught high school Algebra courses. I am a great tutor. I have a master's in education, and I am currently working on completing a doctoral degree in education. I have enjoyed teaching and learning my whole life; at least as far as I can recall. My parents instilled a love of learning from an early age. My favorite subject in school was math, which is why I became a math teacher. I taugh [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.88 76 ratings

I got my PhD in math at the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB). Several of the required courses for my degree included a solid understanding of Linear Algebra. In addition, I have several years of experience tutoring students taking the course. In particular, I worked in the math learning lab at UAB for the past year -- during this time, I tutored several students taking Linear Algebra once a week. I am a PhD graduate of the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB). I've been teaching and tutoring mathematics for over 10 years. My strongest personal characteristics in tutoring are that I'm g [more]

I have taken many classes while at UGA (including a linear algebra course) that require a vast knowledge of linear algebra. Most notably I have taken and tutored a course that studies the vector calculus over manifolds and the linear equations that describe them. I believe this would more than qualify me to hold a basic linear algebra certification. Hello! I am a (somewhat recent) graduate from the University of Georgia with a B.S. in Mathematics currently working in the financial sector. While in my undergraduate, I became aware that office hours were a necessity with certain subject areas. Y [more]

I graduated college with a bachelor's degree in mathematics, summa cum laude. Since that time, I have used linear algebra extensively in the applied sciences. I have tutored people in linear algebra in the context of economic theory and the general linear model in statistics. Modern business runs on data, and the tools used to handle that data are increasingly more complex. Students and professionals have shown a strong interest not only in getting started, but also in developing advanced skills with these tools. Although I custom craft tutorials for each student's unique skills and interests, [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$35 per hour.

3.93 15 ratings

I majored in Mathematics at Columbus State University. As a math major, I studied Linear Algebra in a classroom setting. I find all forms of Algebra interesting. Therefore, I have studied Linear Algebra on my own. I graduated from Columbus State University in May, 2015 with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a minor in Computer Science. While I was at Columbus State, I was a Peer Instructor in Math 2 and College Algebra. Outside of class, I held group study sessions for the students that did not understand what the teacher had said. I also held test reviews to clarify any problems before [more]

In college, I took the introductory linear algebra course and the course after that, which was for juniors, seniors, and grad students who were math majors. I've tutored two or three people who were taking the introductory course. Linear algebra is quite different from the courses that you're likely to have taken before it, so even if you're a strong math student, and you've been able to figure out previous math courses through your own efforts alone, you might find yourself needing some help in linear algebra, at least for a while. My work with you will probably be a matter of explaining the [more]

As an undergraduate physics major I was required to take this class. In addition, I have tutored this subject at Georgia Perimeter College Learning & Tutoring Center. Finally, linear algebra topics are part of the curricula in IGCSE and A-level that I have taught. I have over seven years' teaching experience and eight years' tutoring experience in mathematics and science. I can tutor mathematics at any level as well as biology, chemistry and physics. I have a Bachelor of Science in physics with a minor in biology; I have nearly completed my Master of Arts in Teaching. I am a member of Sigma [more]

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