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Will travel 8 miles

$40 per hour.

4.8 64 ratings

I took linear algebra when getting my B.Sc. degree and have been teaching this material for many years. My name is Ljiljana and I am a math professor with an extensive teaching/tutoring experience. I explore different teaching methods to help my students succeed in math and school in general. My tutoring lately is focused on SAT preparation, and pre-calculus classes, however I am open to all math levels tutoring. I consider myself an excellent educator and a very good mentor who is hard working, but also funny, friendly and easy to get along with. Feel free to contact me and ask about my [more]

Will travel 0 miles

$37 per hour.

4.95 332 ratings

Linear algebra is one of my favorite subjects! I have several semesters of course work in linear algebra, taken at Sacramento State University and Southern Methodist University. Linear algebra was one of the subjects I tutored when I worked in the tutorial centers at American River College and Sacramento State University. I am also familiar with applications of linear algebra to computer graphics. I tutor math, statistics, and C and C++ computer programming. Inquires welcome. My educational background includes Bachelor's and Master's in Mathematics, and Associate's in Computer Programming. A [more]

I have taught Algebra in High schools for the past 25 years. I completed Cset test and have a added authorization for the teaching credential I have. Hi there! I am Herman and I have been teaching for the past 25 years. I have a wide field of experience teaching Math and Science to culturally diverse populations which includes teaching at an International School with a Baccalaureate Program. I have also taught in the Fiji Islands. I have a clinical approach to teaching. I conduct diagnostic tests to determine where the students are and then go on from there. I have some experience in tea [more]

I took a Linear Algebra course towards my Master's degree in Applied Statistics. I finished it with a B plus. I also like working on linear algebra. I am a researcher working at a university. I earned a PhD degree in biology. Because I love math and statistics, I pursued a Master's degree in Applied Statistics from Michigan State University. One of the courses required for the Master's degree is Linear Algebra. Besides the theories and mathematical models that I learned from the classes, I have many years' practical experience in designing, collecting, and analyzing real-world data. [more]

I thought Linear Algebra for three years, My Major in Master and Ph.D. was operations research which is based on Linear algebra and worked on linear algebra more than 7 years. Throughout all the years I have studied, what really intrigued me were the basic concepts with which whole sciences were constructed. Having a deep and clear understanding and grasp of those concepts was the reason I have always been considered an absolute success in both teaching, in schools or at universities, and studying, during Bachelors and Masters or Doctorates programs. Having a Ph.D in applied mathematics wit [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.64 11 ratings

I received a "B" in Introduction to Linear Algebra and tutored at the Math Lab about the basics of matrices and vectors. I assist students about how algebra is used to understand on how to form matrices and vectors by using associative, commutative, identity, inverse, and distributive properties. When it comes to writing down proofs, students must be able to understand algebra in general. I utilize visual aids with examples to see how the proofs can be shown. I have my AA in Mathematics from Merced College and my BA in Economics with minors in Mathematics and Statistics from Sacramento Stat [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.94 268 ratings

A linear algebra course typically begins by considering matrices as a tool for solving systems of linear equations, which is a fairly mechanical process, and then progresses to the very abstract realm of vector spaces, in which a "vector" need not involve numbers at all, and "addition" and "multiplication" may be defined as something completely different from the familiar arithmetic operations we've used all our lives. Working with this latter type of problem requires thinking outside the box. That's something I'm good at, which is why I was able to sail through the three Linear Algebra cours [more]

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