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Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

4.88 689 ratings

Linear Algebra: My background in Mathematics is quite deep and extensive, and Linear Algebra happens to be my favorite of the sub-disciplines. It is where the true beauty of Mathematics begins to be apparent, and where one can finally see the deep connections that exist among mathematical structures. I matriculated into the Doctoral Program in Mathematics at University of Illinois. If interested, my coursework includes the following: Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Analysis on the Real Line, Analysis in n-Space, Complex [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.94 124 ratings

I majored in mathematics at Pomona College and received my BA in math. As part of my major, I studied linear algebra. In addition, I've taken many in-depth courses on mathematics and proof. Linear algebra is often used as a gateway to the more proof-based aspects of math, and I like how a good course teaches both concrete concepts while also scaffolding an understanding of proof in general. The course has both direct application to many fields (computer science, physics, etc.) while also providing insight into the more abstract aspects of mathematics: when I tutor it, I make sure to help stude [more]

Will travel 4 miles

$299 per hour.

4.99 556 ratings

Linear Algebra is an extension of many upper level Algebra topics students confront in Algebra II, including matrices, determinants, vectors, vector spaces, transformations, and eigenvectors/values. I have previous experience tutoring students in college level Algebra and Linear Algebra, and feel comfortable tutoring college students taking an introductory Linear Algebra course. Hello, I'm Brooke. I'm a Stanford graduate with 12+ years experience tutoring and have scored perfectly on the recent ACT (36!) and recent SAT (2400!) and scored in the 99th percentile on the SAT test (out of 1600) i [more]

Will travel 4 miles

$100 per hour.

4.98 41 ratings

I've taken a course in Linear Algebra from Stanford University two years ago with an A in the course. Due to requirements, I took the course again the winter of 2016 at Caltech albeit at a more advanced level. I have a strong understanding of the structure of most Linear Algebra courses and an understanding of the interwoven nature of the course such as the different conditions for invertibility (non-singularity) of a linear transformation (matrix), the proofs associated with such properties, and computational skills overarching the theoretical material such as LU decomposition and eigenvalue/ [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$65 per hour.

4.94 282 ratings

I had linear algebra as a requirement for engineering major. I passed the class with A and I also have the experience of tutoring this subject at the learning center of my past college. I believe that I am highly qualified to share my knowledge with others in this regard. I have more than 10 years of successful tutoring experience in Math and Physics. I have a B.S. in Physics and I recently got my B.S. in two majors Mechanical Engineering and Nuclear Engineering from UC Berkeley. I am working remotely as a researcher with my team at Berkeley on a fluid mechanics project and planning to continu [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$55 per hour.

4.97 316 ratings

I have a Master's degree in physics which focused on quantum mechanics. Most modern branches of physics rely in some way or another on linear algebra, but quantum mechanics especially does since so many problems boil down to finding eigenvalues and eigenvectors or establishing a basis space. I am comfortable with all linear algebra topics including change of basis formulae, diagonalization, Gramm-Schmidt Orthonormalization, quadratic forms, and singular value decomposition. I am a creative and effective tutor with Master's Degree in Physics and years of experience working with students of all [more]

Will travel 16 miles

$50 per hour.

4.88 540 ratings

In Understanding Linear Algebra I have worked extensively with USC, UCI , UCLA and LMU Engineering, Computer Science and Math students develop simple and rigorous methods of formal proofs as applied in matrix and vector space transformations. In Math 245 Linear Algebra, for instance, LMU Engineering students have confirmed the connection between real life problems in Engineering and Business and how these can be described and analyzed through formulation of vectors and Matrices; I have seen students light up as we make transitions from using typical Gauss-Jordan Elimination in finding solutio [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.95 257 ratings

I graduated from UCSD with a math degree, graduating magna cum laude. Also, I did post-graduate work as well. This included various coursework in analysis, algebra, combinatorics, computational algorithms, and differential equations. Qualifications: -BA in Math from UCSD, magna cum laude -OVER 4000 successful hours of tutoring in the last 6 years -You will not only learn the subject, you will learn to improve your ability TO study -Can debug even the most bogged student -Excellent reviews from clients attending major colleges to K-6th -I've even had students discover they CAN study, and dec [more]

I have 10 years experience teaching Algebra in the public school system (grades 7-12). I currently have my California teaching credential in Mathematics. I passed the CBEST, CSET 1, and CSET 2. I believe that all students have the ability to succeed in mathematics if given the right chance with the right person; someone who can motivate them through understanding and explanations that makes sense. There is often a disconnect in our school system between students and teachers because of a lack of one-on-one time. I believe that success in mathematics requires a holistic view of the student, mea [more]

I am very familiar with linear algebra. I taught linear algebra to freshman students in college at my school Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in my junior and senior years. In my sophomore year I was a TA. That was when I was majoring in mathematics. In my junior and senior year I switched to digital electronic design engineering for my bachelors degree. I did personally encounter more linear algebra as I was studying for my systems engineering degree in grad school. I really enjoy tutoring. I have been tutoring minimally part time since my employment career with Hughes Aircraft Company in Fu [more]

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