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1) I have formal training in statistics, which enables me to get a Master of Statistics degree. A significant part of my formal training is linear algebra. 2) I have tutored many students linear algebra during the past one year. My training and work experience have made me well qualified to teach linear algebra. I teach statistics courses. I also teach and help with data analysis. For all the work that I agree to take, I strive to win your total satisfaction or no money charged. The statistiscs teaching are at three levels: 1) College and elementary statistics Nowadays statistics h [more]

I graduated with a bachelor degree in Applied Math, and I possess a NJ standard certificate math teacher. I graduated with my Bachelor Degree in Applied Mathematics from New Jersey Institute of Technology. I just earned my mathematics teacher certification with the Urban Education at Rutgers University Newark. My student teaching experience included two semesters of teaching mathematics at Science Park High School in Newark. During this experience, I have instructed eleventh and twelfth graders. These instructions included: pre-calculus, probability statistics, integrated geometry, and discret [more]

I took linear algebra both in high school and in an abstract algebra course in college. I know all about vector spaces, linear dependence/independence, matrices, determinants, systems of equations, etc. I have familiarity with tensors, and so forth. Elite mobile tutor, all subjects! My students have gone to Caltech, Yale, University of Chicago, and UPenn, and have ranged from middle school to masters level. I am the top tutor in the Bay for all standardized tests: I scored in the top 1% on the GMAT, LSAT, and GRE, and have a perfect scores on the SAT, ACT, SAT Math II, and AP Calculus exams [more]

I have passed several linear algebra courses with top marks. I have created exams in linear algebra with complex vector spaces and subspaces. I have even integrated artistic means of graphing planes and lines in ways students can more readily visualize the problems. I have a vast supply of sample linear functions to customize the focus on teaching the appropriate skills to students. I have been teaching and tutoring for 30 years and am currently a Professor of Mathematics at Middlesex College. My specialty is preparing students by focusing on maximizing test-taking skills as well as coveri [more]

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$40 per hour.

4.89 162 ratings

I have taken a few linear algebra courses at the college level (Math 250 and a proof based course, Math 350) and received A's in both courses. In addition, as a math and physics major, I have regularly been using concepts from linear algebra in many different contexts and courses. I work as an IP attorney in NY. I am a graduate of Rutgers who majored in Physics and Mathematics. I graduated from Emory Law School and specialized in intellectual property law. I have over 5 years of tutoring experience. I have also been a teacher at the Center For Talented Youth, through John Hopkins University [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$80 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

I took the course of linear algebra in a French preparatory class for engineering school. Since then, I make use of the knowledge in linear algebra throughout my graduate study in applied mathematics and financial engineering. I also tutored in linear algebra back in France specifically with college students. I have always been a math student for my whole student career. I did math Olympiad back in my high school and I gained the first prize in Chinese High School Math Olympiad Competition back in 2008. I spent my undergraduate and graduate study in Paris before I came to New York to pursue an [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

4.79 19 ratings

I am a pure math major at TCNJ and I belong to several honor societies, including Pi Mu Epsilon and Phi Beta Kappa (math and general honors respectively). I was recommended as a tutor for my college's linear algebra course by one of the linear algebra professors. I then provided one on one tutoring for two years at TCNJ in linear algebra. For nearly a decade, I have consciously developed my understanding of the nature of interpersonal communication. This has incidentally led me to gravitate towards teaching. My goal in every discourse (social, formal, or otherwise) is to firstly ensure, to the [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

4.84 114 ratings

In high school and at the university, I have always done well in linear algebra. I have been teaching linear algebra for over 15 years in college. I believe that I am qualified to tutor in it. My love of teaching comes from a life long love of learning. As a graduate from a Russian University, I know that hard work and dedication can pay off. As one of the best math teacher in my country, I have had the pleasure of helping hundreds of students, from high schools and colleges, realize their own potential and see their grades and test scores improve. I still remember my excitement when my algebr [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$30 per hour.

4.92 101 ratings

I have a master's degree in structural engineering and a civil engineering degree in civil engineering. This implies that I took a number of mathematics courses, including courses like linear algebra even prior to my admission to the university. I have a Bachelor's degree in civil engineering, Master's degree in civil engineering with concentration in structural engineering and a Ph.D. degree in civil engineering - my Ph.D. dissertation was on a structural engineering topic. I am working full time as a structural engineer and I am also a professional engineer (P.E) in the state of New York. I [more]

I learned Linear Algebra in a two-semester course. I applied it both in industry (car paints mixing) and in my research (large systems). I have taught this subject in Bucharest University (one semester) and at Yeshiva University (2 semesters). After years in industry and research, I rediscovered the pleasure of teaching, mainly at t he high school and college level. Tutoring is a bit different, more of a challenge through the constant need of solving problems on a very short notice--but that is why I like it. Linear Algebra and Differential Equations are the bread and butter of a physici [more]

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