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I took a class focusing on this subject in the Spring of 2012. I also took a Math Methods course which covered linear algebra as an important topic. During the courses, I was among the top three in the class in grade performance and I finished the class with an A. Also, while in the class, I helped tutor peers in that class on how to do linear algebra. There are many ways to improve oneself. None is quite like the power you get from educating yourself on how to better perform. As America moves forward, jobs are requiring more technical knowledge and expertise. And yet at the same time, the edu [more]

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I have taken many hours of math coursework at the undergraduate and graduate level while studying engineering. Linear Algebra was one of the required courses for completing an undergraduate degree. After learning the theory behind linear algebra, I used the knowledge to solve engineering problems, using both manual and computational techniques, in several other courses such as dynamical systems, vibrations, systems control and computer graphics. Math and science were my favorite subjects throughout my formal schooling and I can help any student improve their knowledge in these courses by help [more]

I have taught several courses to Engineering undergraduates and graduate students at Purdue University and Brown University. An active area in which I pursue research is the numerical solution of partial differential equations describing materials behavior. This entails a detailed understanding of linear algebra. I can offer lessons in the basics of vectors and matrices, solutions of systems of linear equations using matrix methods, algorithms for numerical solution of systems of linear equations. I can also offer lessons on advanced topics such as Jordan canonical forms. [more]

I took linear algebra in college. I regularly apply it to find principal axes in physics problems, or to change an equation with cross terms to an equation without cross terms (I suppose this would be non linear algebra, since you have x1*x2 terms and x1^2, etc. but the same principles apply). I regularly use eigenvectors and values to find normal modes of oscillation in mechanical systems, or to solve differential equations. Linear algebra comes up a lot in physics. I'm a physics major at IPFW. I'm soon to be graduated and will hopefully move on to graduate school in some theoretical field, m [more]

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I have a B.S. in applied mathematics and an M.A. in pure mathematics. I taught two sections of this course in Spring 2015, so I recently refreshed myself on this material. I have some prepared material for this course regarding linear algebra and probability. I am an experienced college math professor with more than 10 years of teaching high school and college students. I teach all levels of math including Calculus AB/BC, Precalculus, Trigonometry, Algebra 1 & 2, Finite, Geometry, Statistics, Basic Math, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations and SAT/ACT prep. I coached a first-place win i [more]

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I am qualified to tutor linear algebra because I tutored this subject for 2 years at Ivy Tech Community College in South Bend, IN. Also, I tutored this subject one year at Indiana University South Bend. I used several textbooks to tutor this class such as: Linear Algebra and its application, David C. Lay and Linear Algebra with applications, Holt. Hi, my name is Henry. Native from Honduras and live in South Bend for 7 years now. Graduate from Indiana University with a B.A in Mathematics and minor in Physics. I have been a high school teacher for about 2 years. Also, before graduated from co [more]

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My understanding of linear algebra comes from taking the course at Florida International University as well as 6 other abstract algebra courses above linear algebra. I would say that I know this subject in and out. Things in Linear Algebra: Fields, Vector Spaces, Matrices, Determinants, Linear Transformations, Basis, Linear independence, direct sum, inner product, orthogonality, and much more. I honestly believe that I can help anyone understand mathematics by demystifying it, leaving no questions unanswered and no concepts misunderstood from the most basic level of "what is a number?" Notice [more]

Will travel 10 miles

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I am a doctoral student and have gone through a number of courses containing linear algebra. I am a PhD student at Chemistry Department, Michigan State University and currently serving as a Teaching Assistant in the same department. I have a very good experience of teaching and I know how to teach a student to take him/her to higher grades. Since last 5 years, I'm connected with the field of teaching and I have taught many students and I know very well the learning potential and limitations of a student. I took Mathematics as one of my major subjects in my BSc degree and I have been... [more]

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