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I was a department tutor for introductory physics courses at Michigan State University and Western Michigan University for four years. I help students make the connections between the mathematical and the physical, to actually understand what equations mean, for deeper application skills than memorization alone. My students would often not fully recognize the relationships between the equations they were trying to solve and the physical situations described in the problems. Many math and phy... [more]

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I tutored linear algebra at ITT. In the six years I worked for them, I tutored all levels of undergraduate mathematics. Hi, I'm described as a good "explainer" by friends and family. I know math; I know the math that you are studying; and I know how the math you learned before connects to today's lesson. Teaching in public school, I am used to breaking down all subjects (including calculus) into their most basic parts. Many times, math looks hard because all of the little tricks and simplifications that a teacher can take when they know math. I may know that the variable "x" is differ [more]

I completed two undergraduate courses in linear algebra as part of my math degree at University of Wisconsin - Madison. One course was computational while the other was proof-based. I earned As in both. The texts used were Elementary Linear Algebra by Anton and Linear Algebra: Gateway to Mathematics by Messer. Since then I've been tutoring students at UW - Madison in linear algebra at the computational and proof-based levels. I also work with students taking a differential equations / linear algebra course which uses linear algebra to solve systems of differential equations. The texts us [more]

I have a degree in aerospace engineering from Texas A&M University with a minor in mathematics. Aerospace engineering is very heavy on linear algebra. For my math minor, I took linear algebra coursework. I graduated from Texas A&M University in 2012 with an undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering and a minor in mathematics. I have a passion for math and science, particularly physics, and for helping the next generation of students gain an interest in STEM fields. Many students have a real knack for math until they hit a roadblock - be it algebra, geometry, calculus, or another new ma [more]

I took linear algebra while still in high school, got an A grade, then received A's in several algebra courses (abstract algebra, mathematical methods of physics, graduate-level algebra) and received A's in all of them. To this day I can prove that a finite dimensional operator A is nilpotent iff its matrix representation is upper triangular in some basis. I have ten years' experience coaching in academics and have been doing it since I was in junior high school. My foci are math and writing, and I have coached students from the ages of ten through fifty in subjects ranging from addition and s [more]

I have a master's degree in math. One of the graduate classes was Linear Algebra 535. The textbook used for that class is Matrix analysis and applied Linear Algebra by Carl Meyer. Also, I used methods from Linear algebra in some other of my advanced classes. One example is Regression Analysis 563. Hello, We can do it together! When I was a student, I loved math. It is my favorite subject. I learned it from books, teachers and professors. I also worked and tried many activities and figured out many problems. All that mix gave me the opportunity to see the beauty of math and enjoy the elegance [more]

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