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I can help students to understand and enjoy learning Linear Algebra. I actually took all required linear algebra courses such as 242, and 342 for Computer Science majors and passed them with A grades. I also tutored the 142 in the past. I have Bachelor's (1998), and Master's (2004) degrees in Computer Science at Arizona State University, more than five years of math tutoring at Mesa Community College and Arizona State University, and more than twenty years of industries work experiences. Currently I am working as a professional software engineer, Aikido instructor, and also offering private m [more]

I have a degree in mathematics from Arizona State University. To get this degree, I had to become an expert in Calculus, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry. I took 5 semesters of Calculus, the last two semesters being Advanced Calculus and Differential Equations. The classes were difficult and challenging-- beyond what I learned in high school AP Calculus. I had to become an expert in Calc 1, 2, and 3. I also took Abstract Algebra, Linear Algebra, Partial Differential Equations, and many sta... [more]

I have completed Linear Algebra at Arizona State University and completed the course within the 96% percentile of the class. I am adept in the usage of the Ti-84 calculator (or any graphing calculator) for the computation and mathematical manipulation of matrices as well as methods to use the Eigenvectors and Eigenvalues. I can offer a better explanation of to students by drawing a side by side comparison of the rudimentary algebraic systems and linear algebra, and how linear algebra is a simpler and easier than the methods taught previously in Algebra 1. [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

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I hold a Bachelors of Arts in Mathematics, with credentials to teach in California and North Carolina. I have taught for 2 1/2 years and tutored for four years prior to that. I earned an A in the Linear Algebra course at Fresno State and enjoy the subject greatly. I have been teaching Mathematics for 2 1/2 years and tutored for 4 years prior to that. I hold a degree in Mathematics with credentials to teach in California and North Carolina. I am currently taking a break from teaching because my husband and I have recently moved to Arizona and have a baby on the way. Tutoring will best accommoda [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$68 per hour.

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Being a Certified mathematics Teacher, grades 6-12, I have taught high school mathematics for many years. I have also been teaching various courses in math and French to University students as well. I am very patient and understand that some students have a fear of mathematics, often due to a lack of understanding the basics. Students often need to be retaught what was not learned previously with an experienced and patient teacher. I believe students learn best when they enjoy the lessons, es... [more]

Hello, I am a 25-year-old PhD candidate in Physics at Arizona State University. My research focus is photovoltaics. I have five years experience in teaching. I started as a teacher's assistant for a Science and Math class at a Middle School in Portland, Oregon. Then I tutored for the General Physics course at Reed College. I received my bachelor's in physics at Reed College in 2015. After graduating I spent two years in China as a full-time teacher. I taught AP Physics 1 and AP Calculus AB.... [more]

Hi there, I'm Joe! I graduated with a BS Mathematics in 2015 and an MA Mathematics in 2018. I have been teaching professionally for 3 years at the collegiate level. My specialization during graduate school was in numerical analysis and approximation theory and can talk about it for hours without repeating myself! I think tutoring is a nice subset of teaching in general; it allows for specific focus on what can be confusing about a topic that would not have been revealed in a larger sett... [more]

I have received an A+ in MAT 342 at ASU in Tempe and ever since have been tutoring students in Linear Algebra. The basics is the understanding of matrices and the Gauss-Jordan Method. Later you get into inverses, proofs of a vector space(zero, scalar, addition), eigen values, dot product, and much more. Differential equations and Mathematical structures are good prerequisites to take before starting Linear Algebra. Basically the whole class is solving system of equations through matrices. Hello to all interested in learning and understanding not only how to excel in math classes, but how to al [more]

Will travel 2 miles

$20 per hour.

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I order to receive my bachelor's degree in mathematics I had to take courses in linear algebra. I took these courses and received A's in them. I also utilized a lot of Linear Algebra while completing my degree in Physics. I am extremely proficient at using Matlab, and I am undoubtedly in love with Mathematics and Physics. With my proficiencies in these areas I have been competent enough to become a published author in a peer-reviewed journal for Applied Mathematics, and to participate in several graduate courses though I am only a junior undergraduate. I guarantee that, with my guidance, you w [more]

I am very well grounded in Linear Algebra. While on my PhD program at Arizona State University I took graduate courses in Advanced Mathematical Analysis from the Department of Mathematics. I can also tutor in Problem Solving Techniques with Matlab for Linear Algebra as well as College Algebra. I was a Teaching Assistant at ASU for 7-8 Years. I also served as a Faculty Associate in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at A.S.U. for one year and taught a Senior Level Course on Micro Computer Programming, Interfacing and Real Time Control. I love to teach when I have the time a [more]

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