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I took both basic and advanced linear algebra as an undergraduate. Also, having taken both basic and advanced quantum mechanics my skills in linear algebra are very advanced. I've also tutored linear algebra as applied to physics in the past. I have extensive experience tutoring a broad range of math, chemistry, and physics courses. I've been freelance tutoring for 5+ years and also have several years of experience tutoring for universities. On top of that I have been a teaching assistant in physics for 3 years. I can tutor both lower level and upper level math and physics classes, from high [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$55 per hour.

4.95 169 ratings

As part of my educational degree for a PhD in physics, linear algebra is an essential component of quantum mechanics and forms the foundations for understanding how particle physics works. From the Schoedinger equation to the Standard Model, linear algebra forms the basis for formulating the mathematics for which to understand the physics. Examples would be Wronskian determination of linear independence to S-Matrix formulation of entrance and exit channels for particle interactions per Feynman diagrams to understand how nature works. [more]

I have a masters degree in Pure Mathematics from CUNY Hunter College. I am currently pursuing a PhD in math at UC Boulder. I taught linear algebra as an adjunct while at Hunter college. Hello potential students! First off, if you are having trouble in math class know that you are not alone, and that it's never too late to improve your understanding! I specialize in finding the right way to explain things to my students. I've been tutoring for about 8 years now, and in my experience I've found all different sorts of approaches that I'd love to share with you. My own mathematics background sta [more]

Will travel 24 miles

$45 per hour.

4.77 97 ratings

I have taken an undergraduate linear algebra course. Upon this foundation I have added much physical application: eigenvalue problems in mechanical stability problems, multi-modal vibratory theory, the use of linear algebra constructs in the Finite Element Method, the construction of stiffness matrices in non-isotropic materials, and the application of linear algebra to describe the mechanical behavior of the very small in quantum mechanics. Hi! My name is Jon and I?m glad you?re here! I am a very accessible, knowledgeable and proficient tutor who has successfully helped many students increase [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

I have tutored this subject to great success. As a PhD student in physics, my knowledge of linear algebra is constantly used. I am in my 6th year as a PhD candidate at CSU, and have been tutoring since I was an undergraduate at Northern Arizona University. My mother is a high school physics teacher, and I have been drawn to teaching my whole life. I have been a camp counselor, tutor, supplemental instructor and a teaching assistant. I have enjoyed all of these roles helping students learn and understand. Helping students gain the skills to succeed and seeing their knowledge grow is what really [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$25 per hour.

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I have taken coursework in linear algebra I. I make extensive use of linear algebra in basic physics, quantum mechanics, and relativity. Jake was awarded his B.S. in Physics from Colorado State University and his M.S. in Physics from CSU in 2017. He is a graduate teaching assistant for college physics at CSU. His enthusiastic and easy-going style caters to a your needs, fears, likes, and knacks. In short time, students are fearless to ask questions and confident in their ability to succeed. Jake enjoys tutoring one-on-one, small and large groups. He is open for regular sessions and [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.94 33 ratings

I am a summa cum laude Mathematics major and an Electrical Engineering major. I have a good understanding of vector spaces, linear operators and linear systems. While I was at Fort Valley State University, emphasis was placed on finite-dimensional vector spaces, linear transformations and matrix algebra. Topics included determinants, Gauss method, Gauss-Jordan method, Cramer's rule, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, diagonalization of matrices and application of linear methods to solve non-linear problems. [more]

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