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Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

4.79 91 ratings

I have a BA in Mathematics from Ohio State University and have taught introductory linear algebra at the University of Kansas. I have a BA in mathematics from Ohio State University and an MA in mathematics from the University of Kansas. I have taught many of the lower-level math courses offered at KU including MATH 115, 116, 290 and the equivalent to MATH 125. I have also tutored students in many of the upper-level courses including MATH 320, 365, 500, 528, and 558. I have also tutored students in statistics classes offered outside of the math department including DSCI 201. I have a pretty wid [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]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

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Linear Algebra was a course requirement for my degree. While taking the class, I helped my other classmates when working on homework or studying for exams. After acing the class, I tutored some students through the university tutoring center in Linear Algebra. I have great knowledge of matrices and matrix operations in addition to using them to solve systems of equations. I am a full time high school math teacher located in the state of Iowa and have experience working with both groups of students and one-to-one in the tutoring setting. Tutoring is a great way to get to know a student's need [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$55 per hour.

4.92 298 ratings

I took Linear Algebra while completing my Physics degree for credit towards a Math minor. I have used the material several times since then in my advanced Physics and Engineering courses and have tutored the subject a couple times as well. I enjoy making math and science more fun and understandable for middle school, high school, and college students. I graduated in spring '08 with a BS in Physics and Math and in spring '10 with a Master's in Engineering from Colorado School of Mines. I was the physics department tutor and supplemental instructor in college for three and a half years and am [more]

My 20+ year professional career has been in engineering and management, where I use advanced math nearly everyday. I am well versed and educated in math and sciences as well as economics and finance. My undergraduate degree is in Industrial Engineering, I am also a certified six-sigma black belt with a practical use knowledge of statistics. My favorite subject has always been algebra. So much, that I have found myself searching for online algebra quizzes just to complete for fun! Al... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.92 74 ratings

Being a math minor, I took and enjoyed many flavors of algebra. I took 1 semester of linear algebra and loved it and can express it clearly. Also, in my first year of graduate school my project dealt with quantum mechanics, which is founded on linear algebra. My name is Robert A. and I am a California State University Dominguez Hills Graduate; majoring in chemistry and minoring in mathematics. Currently I am working on getting my teaching credentials, which will bring me one step closer to my ultimate goal. My intention is to be a science and/or math teacher at the high school or college level [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$15 per hour.

4.98 162 ratings

I teach linear algebra as part of both my Basic Algebra 100 class and Intermediate Algebra 101 classes. We discuss that equations that look like "2x + 3y = 12" is a linear equation which could be graphed and will look like a line. We learn to graph this line by 3 methods--selecting 3 points, using intercepts, and by using the slope/intercept method. We also learn to write the equation given certain information I have worked with math students for thirty years. I will always respect your feelings and not make you feel bad. Math is one of those subjects you have to pass to get where you wan [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]

I took the 300 level Linear Algebra course at Whitworth University and since then have found it to be essential in higher math. I reviewed higher level material with my research partners for the graduate qualifications exam, and it was at the heart of one of the solutions in my year long research project. It was also the primary tool in a summer seminar I took on compressed sensing and in Numerical Analysis. I am a recent graduate of UT with a Ph.D. in mathematics, with six years teaching experience. I taught mostly calculus at UT and specialize in its rather structured curriculum. I just mov [more]

I have a BS in Math degree in which I attained a GPA of 3.55. I taught Linear Algebra in a Community College for a year. I understand this subject area very well because I have used it to compete successfully in a competition where I was supposed to used complex algebra models to design an optimum tollbooth system for a busy highway. I taught high school for four years and college for one year. Subjects covered were Statistics, AP Calculus, Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry, Economics, and SAT prep. Because my background is so broad, I substituted for Chemistry and Physics as well. On a part tim [more]

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