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Linearly Independent Vector Spaces may seem like overly pedantic arrows, but they actually represent one of the most powerful abstractions necessary for higher studies in mathematics. Even if a Linear Operator's Characteristic Equation doesn't seem straightforward, we can work on bridging an understanding of Gram-Schmidt Orthonormalization. and finding Eigenvectors as many times as it takes to reveal how useful these techniques can be. I've worked with students in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, and other applied sciences, from a number of universities, like USC and UCI, to impart [more]

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Linear Algebra gives us some very useful skills to add to our skill set. We can now learn three more ways to solve a system of linear equations. Namely, we can use matrix inverses, Cramer's rule, or Gaussian elimination. We can also find the areas of triangles and parallelograms using determinants. I believe students should be confident in their math skills. By getting good grades in school, their options in life (e.g. jobs, career paths) are kept open. I gauge where the student is at in knowing the concepts by having him/her work out the problems. Every problem has two parts: the first [more]

I have a BS in physics with mathematical emphases and an MS in the same field. I wrote my thesis on physics math theory and I am publishing a paper in the American Journal of Physics based on my thesis research (publish date: Oct 2016, available upon request). I have taken and aced just about every math class imaginable at the undergraduate level, and several physics-related math graduate courses (group theory, functional analysis, advanced numerical analysis, etc). Not only do I have a mastery of many math subjects (including linear algebra, obviously), but I have the unique understanding of [more]

I taught linear algebra to several students and I always implemented linear algebra in the daily life. We need this method to solve for complicated problems and for engineering applications where simplification is a viable tool for approximation. I am currently a lecturer at California State University. I have obtained my teaching knowledge during my Ph.D as well as my postdocs where I worked with famous scientists in high ranked Chemical Engineering/Chemistry schools such as Northwestern University and University of Notre Dame. [more]

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I have a masters degree from UCLA. Among the core requirements on the master's exam is linear algebra. My area of specialization was actually abstract algebra, and I wrote a survey on Coxeter groups for my honors thesis, which is a topic at the intersection of linear algebra, representation of groups, and classical geometry. I have tutored linear algebra at UCI as a tutor for their tutoring center. I have a Masters Degree in Math from UCLA, BS in Math from UCI with minor in Computer Science, GPA: 3.928 Magna Cum Laude, and an Honors in Mathematics. I am a National Master of Chess with USCF Ra [more]

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I have a doctorate degree with emphasis on controls and signal processing in electrical engineering. I have taken over 10 advanced courses in undergrad as well as graduate level in differential equations, linear algebra and other related fields in addition to a basic college level math course. I can tutor all those subjects. Hi there. I can help you with all your Math, Science, and Matlab related tutoring needs. I will be happy to talk to you first if you have any questions, so don't be shy! I have a doctorate degree in electrical engineering and have taught and worked in the industry for ma [more]

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I took a semester long class in linear algebra as part of my physics bachelor's program at UC Berkeley. We went over vectors, matrices, matrix operations, special matrices, and spaces. Furthermore, the material I learned in this class was reinforced when I applied it in my Quantum Mechanics class which uses a great deal of linear algebra and linear algebra notation. I began tutoring physics twelve years ago because of my passion for the subject. I continue to tutor physics because I have discovered an equally profound passion for teaching. Many people dread or fear taking physics because of [more]

Will travel 15 miles

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I have taught/tutored for 7 years. I was both a student and graduate assistant at CSULB where I attained a B.S. in Mathematics and a M.S. in Statistics. I have experience tutoring in all mathematics subjects up to and including graduate-level material. I have a massive amount of experience in tutoring almost all of the subjects that I'm qualified to teach or tutor. Thus, it is very difficult to find another tutor who has as much experience in tutoring algebra, geometry, trigonometry, proba... [more]

In college I took two classes on linear algebra, which turned out to be one of my favorite topics in mathematics. I have tutored students in this subject before, in the type of class for which linear algebra is paired up with differential equations, as well as in pure linear algebra introductory courses intended for math majors. Let me know if all those vector and matrix operations are starting to crash down over your head, I'd be happy to help you sort it out. Hi, my name is Caius, I graduated from UC Berkeley six years ago and have been working as a math tutor in the SF Bay, Boulder, CO & O [more]

I have received my bachelor of science in mechanical engineering and my master's and PhD in biomedical engineering. I have taken multiple advanced courses on Linear Algebra and believe I am qualified to teach this subject. I have received my BS degree in mechanical engineering and my MS and PhD degrees in biomedical engineering from UC Irvine. Currently, I am an engineer and a postdoctoral research scientist at UC Irvine biomedical engineering department. I have extensive background in teaching/tutoring engineering/mathematical courses and have had the opportunity to teach and mentor students [more]

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