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Will travel 35 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 223 ratings

This is one of my favorite subjects and one I work especially hard to instill the intuition that is so difficult to come by during a first exposure. I have helped both students enrolled in courses as well as professionals studying independently to enhance their understanding of applications like machine learning. While a graduate student at University of Maryland, I was a TA for linear algebra and passed a PhD qualifying exam in abstract algebra (for which linear algebra was a major component). As an undergraduate, I had three semesters of coursework in linear algebra at UNCG and was involved [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.97 176 ratings

In my time as an undergraduate and thereafter, a graduate student in mathematics, I have taken and passed courses in Linear Algebra. I have also tutored many students not only in this subject, but also in related fields such as Numerical Analysis and Differential Equations. This beautiful subject is best taught, in my opinion, with an emphasis on concrete application and a fair amount of hand computation. But it also serves as a testing ground for more abstract thinking, via proofs of "theoretical" results, as well as being well-suited for cross-disciplinary examples from physics, statistic [more]

I have a PhD in applied mathematics with concentration in Computational mathematics and MS in applied math. My BS is a double major in Math and Statistics. I have over 12 years experience teaching math at the university level. I have taught Linear Algebra at the college level for several semesters already. I am an applied mathematician and teaching and directing students come natural to me. I have over 10 years of teaching experience at the University level in various areas of Mathematics such as Basic Mathematics, Engineering Mathematics, Statistics and Applied Calculus, quantitative methods [more]

As a mathematics major, I received an A in undergraduate Linear Algebra. Additionally, I took graduate Applied Linear Algebra at University of Colorado - Denver, receiving a B. Hello! I am a former mathematics teacher at a small private school but truly enjoy being able to work with students on a individual basis. So many students have difficulty in math but they fail to recognize that learning math is more like learning a foreign language than something you are naturally "good at." I believe that everyone can learn and that most of the time, it is a matter of going back to the place where the [more]

I am a math teacher, with experience teaching common core math to students in grades 9-10. I am well versed in linear algebra, in addition I earned a B in this course during college. I am currently a 6-9 math teacher. I have been teaching math for 8 years. My favorite part of teaching is helping students who have routinely been unsuccessful in math, grow in their confidence in math and begin to see success. I will never give up on a student or allow them to believe they can not succeed! Instead I will constantly work on various ways to breakdown and explain topics based on an individual stude [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$40 per hour.

4.91 78 ratings

I have taken and passed a Linear Algebra course at UNCW while achieving by B.S in Mathematics and Statistics. I have also tutored many students in this course while working at Bear Hall in the Math Lab at UNCW. Hello, I graduated from UNCW class of 2004 with a B.S. degree in Mathematics and Statistics. I've been tutoring math for more than ten years and I am currently a math instructor at a community college going into my 6th year. As a youth minister at a church in Durham, NC, I have volunteered to tutor many young and older church members as well as people from in the community. I teach [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$30 per hour.

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I excelled in Linear Algebra 1 (MTH121) at Wake Forest University (95% and 97% on exams). I also have a tech startup focused on financial software development in which I apply linear algebra quite frequently. I can help with a variety of topics including matrix operations, inverses, transposes, regressions, Markov chains, determinants, and more. I am a freshman at Wake Forest University majoring in Mathematical Economics and Computer Science. I loved tutoring in high school; I began tutoring AP chemistry and AP calculus AB sophomore year and went on to tutor many courses. I enjoy facilitating [more]

I have taught all three of my children linear algebra in support of their homeschooling. In pursuit of my engineering degree, I utilized linear algebra in many of my classes including physics and mechanical engineering classes. I earned my BS in Electrical Engineering in '92. My teaching experience includes two years as a faculty member at Wake Technical Community College teaching electrical, electronics, mechanical, safety, and MS office classes. I love to read, write, and teach. My passion is to explain not only how to resolve problems but also about application. I was two classes shy [more]

I have a degree in mathematics from my undergraduate institution that included taking two linear algebra courses. In addition, I have done research in linear algebra for over five years. This research included writing proofs using linear algebra and writing theorems (concerning applied linear algebra) for biological systems. I have extensive experience tutoring and teaching students of all levels and backgrounds. I tutored through high school and my undergraduate education, and continue to tutor and mentor students while in graduate school. I have a mathematics bachelor's degree and have tutor [more]

I have extensive experience with Linear Algebra as I have excelled at two courses in it. The first was done through JHU CTY Online, and the second was a course at Yale on proof-based Vector Calculus and Linear Algebra (I received an A on both courses). Consequently, I possess a firm understanding of fundamental linear algebra concepts and feel able to aptly convey that knowledge to students. Hi! My name is Jack, and I am a rising sophomore at Yale with a first year GPA of 3.84. I am currently planning on majoring in English and education studies but have experience in tutoring a variety of sub [more]

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