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Will travel 20 miles

$100 per hour.

4.98 488 ratings

Linear Algebra was one of the first proof based courses I ever took, and was one of the reasons I fell in love with math. At first it is an in depth review of what you learn about Matrices in high school, so you'll learn matrix multiplication, row reduction techniques, determinants, and some properties of matrices, for example matrices don't necessarily commute under multiplication. Later you will learn about vector spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, changing bases and maybe touch on some complex numbers. It's an in depth course where you focus a lot on why mathemati [more]

I have had several different linear algebra courses mostly in graduate level. I also needed to use optimization which is heavily based on the linear algebra for most of my career. Linear algebra has also been a topic that I have applied a lot in programming in software like R, MATLAB, etc. I have taught Economics, Finance, Math, and Stat courses in UIUC and ISU. I am a PhD candidate with two Masters degrees in Economics and Finance. My work experience includes consulting, asset pricing, and stock market analysis. I have gotten perfect scores on GRE and GMAT, and I can teach those as well as S [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$30 per hour.

4.78 96 ratings

How do vectors behave algeberically? Linear Algebra concerns itself with this question. Viewed as study of Linear Transformations, we study the properties of maps that are Linear. It enjoys the porperty that Linear Operations can be commuted, or put in any order, the linear opeations acting on the vector would result in the same vector. This is in general not true for other types of Transformations. Matrix Algebra is a special sub-class of this special class of Linear Algebra. Its algebraic properties are different from numbers because although it shares many of the properties with alg [more]

I have taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra I and Geometry for the past 4 years. In that time, we have gone over many concepts, including substitution, quadratic formula, elimination, linear equations, quadratic equations, etc. I earned my Bachelor's degree in 2006 at Fayetteville State University. I have taught at a school with over 300 students per grade and at a smaller school with on average 50 students per grade. Throughout that time, I have went to school 30 minutes early and stayed after school for one hr. This entire time was set up specifically for tutoring students in need of one on one help. [more]

Linear algebra was one of the main focuses of my research during college. I have worked with linear algebra almost as much as calculus and I am extremely comfortable tutoring it. I received an A in my "linear algebra" class and in my "Differential and Linear algebra" course. I received my bachelor's degree in Mathematics from UW-Whitewater and am currently working on my Masters in Education in Instructional Design and Technology. I first discovered the thrill of teaching when I was about seven, and I made a pretend school in my backyard for all my neighbors and friends. Now, 15 years later, my [more]

I completed two undergraduate courses in linear algebra as part of my math degree at University of Wisconsin - Madison. One course was computational while the other was proof-based. I earned As in both. The texts used were Elementary Linear Algebra by Anton and Linear Algebra: Gateway to Mathematics by Messer. Since then I've been tutoring students at UW - Madison in linear algebra at the computational and proof-based levels. I also work with students taking a differential equations / linear algebra course which uses linear algebra to solve systems of differential equations. The texts us [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

I am a 4th year Math graduate student, and I have seen linear algebra countless times. I have used it countless times. I am also helping students at the university's math tutorial lab. I enjoy doing math, and helping others understand it. I have been teaching/tutoring math since I was in high school, and I hope to continue to do that for a very long time. I have Master's degree in Math, and I am currently in a graduate program at UI math department working towards my PhD. Thank you for taking the time to look at my profile. See you soon.... [more]

I have taken a course at Northern Illinois University that spent the entire semester dealing with linear algebra. I got an A in the course and felt as confident with the material as I do with calculus. I feel that I will be able to help students in this area that shall be taking the class and students that are taking any prerequisites to the class. During the semester, I was a part of a study group that consisted of four people. By the end of the semester, I was tutoring each of them to prepare them for the final. [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$45 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I believe I am qualified to teach this subject area as I took a college course in linear algebra where I received an A. I also took advance linear algebra, a theory course for linear algebra and got a C. I have helped tutor students at WIU in this subject area while I worked for the college as a tutor. I began teaching algebra while I was a freshman in college. I taught 5 algebra courses with a 96% pass rate. I also have success in tutoring all branches of math from algebra to calculus, as well as some logic and theory courses. I have taken classes on educational learning approaches and I [more]

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