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Although I have not done much Linear Algebra tutoring, I do have a math degree from the University of Washington, and I passed Linear Algebra with a 4.0 when I took it in college. I am happy to work together with you to help you build foundation and study habits for this interesting branch of mathematics! Hello! My name is Sandra and consider it my life's mission to not let math stop people from achieving their dreams. I am committed to helping every person that contacts me, despite what they can pay. If money is a hardship, I can at the very least help put you in touch with free or affordable [more]

In college I took an advanced math class in Linear Algebra. I also have appropriate experience applying linear algebra in two semesters of quantum mechanics and one semester of scientific computing. I encourage my students to become independent learners. Although I am confident in my ability to break down scientific concepts and principles, my goal is to guide the student through the lesson plan and develop crucial study skills, while resorting to explanations to avoid hindering the flow of the lesson. Unfortunately, most students who request tutoring in math and science have lost confidenc [more]

My goals as a tutor are to increase a student?s knowledge, challenge their personal growth, and to inspire them through success in mathematics. To accomplish these goals, I believe in a mixture of instruction and self-discovery. I provide students with a strong foundation through concise explanations and a variety of examples and offer them opportunities to challenge their understanding. I recently earned a master?s in Applied Mathematics from UC Santa Barbara and a BS in Mathematics from... [more]

I have experience using linear algebra to solve problems as small as simple sets of equations and as complex as problems in undergraduate quantum mechanics at UCSD. If you have a question about linear algebra, I am positive I can show you how to solve it. Hello, and welcome to my tutoring profile. My educational qualifications include a M.S. in physics from UC Riverside as well as a B.S. in physics with a specialization in astrophysics from UC San Diego. My experience as a teacher includes one year of teaching physics at Shoreline Community College and two years of teaching physics labs, an [more]

I have taught numerous students how to solve systems of linear equations that involve three or more variables and equations using matrices. I also taught students how to add, subtract and multiply matrices, calculate its determinant and use it in Cramer's rule. In addition, I have taught students how to figure out the inverse of a matrix as well illustrate scenarios of when the identity matrix applies. I have been a math and computer science tutor since 2009 and have worked with over 100 students individually. My students range from elementary school to high school seniors. I tailor each l [more]

I'm John. I obtained a Masters degree in Mathematics at San Francisco State University, and a Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics with an emphasis in Computer Science there as well. There I had the opportunity to teach my own classes of first and second term algebra, as well as supplemental calculus I and II sessions. Mathematics has many subtleties which are frequently overlooked. I enjoy sharing these subtleties and pointing out how they contribute to the bigger picture. On the othe... [more]

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I have studied linear algebra and have done coursework (equivalent to 4 credits) as part of my Electrical Engineering degree. I also have the experience of tutoring 8th graders in linear algebra that is included in the advanced math program. I have a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering and I have worked as a scientist at the Indian space research organization. I love mathematics and science, and I want to help young minds approach these basic and most intuitive subjects with love and passion right from the beginning. I hope to make your learning as much fun as it was for me when I wa [more]

This can be a tough course for even the best math students since it's so different than the calculus courses that usually precede it in a college curriculum. I aced this class in college and it's a requirement for many computer science students (especially if you're interested in graphics!) so it's something I still need to keep current and use. I can help you work through these topics, whether it is for a class or for a prereq for something like computer science or towards a math degree. The key is that you have to memorize so many theorems. What I will help you with is figuring out strat [more]

Hello I'm Sean, I recently graduated from Princeton University majoring in mathematics with minors in computer science, statistics and machine learning. In Princeton, I was the head tutor for undergraduate math classes at McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning in my junior and senior years, in there I helped students with their math classes two nights a week and also helped curriculum prep with math faculty at Princeton. Most of my sessions there were one-on-one style and I hold small semin... [more]

That calculus sequence included linear algebra and differential equations. I also designed and taught graduate classes in continuum mechanics, applied linear algebra, partial differential equations, and mathematical modeling as well as having more than 70 professional publications in those areas and supervising 25 PhD students in Applied Mathematics. I have a Ph.D. in applied mathematics from Rensselaer Polynechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy, NY. My area of expertise is modeling phenomena from the natural and engineering sciences using mathematical techniques which are then compared with observa [more]

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