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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]

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 Math, and Statistics and Probability, Economics, and Finance courses in Illinois State University and University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign during the last 15 years. For over a decade I have been also tutoring Math (pre-algebra, algebra calculus, finite math), Statistics, Probability, Ec [more]

I took a college level course in linear algebra while I was an undergraduate student at UIUC. I received a grade of A. Since then, I have used linear algebra extensively in my studies of statistics and machine learning. Linear algebra is one of the most basic building blocks for machine learning and statistics, and I use it regularly. I was a software engineer at Facebook for 4 years. I received two master's degrees and a bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. My degrees are in mathematics and in computer science. While earning my master's degrees, I spent a ye [more]

I have a degree in aerospace engineering from Texas A&M University with a minor in mathematics. Aerospace engineering is very heavy on linear algebra. For my math minor, I took linear algebra coursework. I graduated from Texas A&M University in 2012 with an undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering and a minor in mathematics. I have a passion for math and science, particularly physics, and for helping the next generation of students gain an interest in STEM fields. Many students have a real knack for math until they hit a roadblock - be it algebra, geometry, calculus, or another new ma [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.

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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]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.92 13 ratings

I'm a Ph.D. physicist at Fermi National Labs, working on the CMS experiment at CERN. I have degrees in physics and electrical engineering, as well as a minor in math. I've taught seven college physics classes, as well as a college calculus class. I've tutored math and physics on and off for the past 16 years, including college, SAT, high school, and middle school students. I like tutoring for the personal interaction and personal attention I can give each student. It lets me help the stude... [more]

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