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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 taken introductory and intermediate Linear algebra with an A in the prior and a B- in the latter. I am a single mother of a FANTASTIC and goofy 6 year old boy. I am also attending college at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point for my Bachelors Degree in mathematics. I LOVE math. I love how the deeper I tread into it, the more AMAZING it is. I have been a tutor for over five years. I have usually done this through the math lab at UWMC or UWSP, depending on where I was attending. I love learning more and more about any subject I am taking or tutoring. I have noticed over the years [more]

Linear algebra was one of the main focuses of my research during college. I have worked with linear algebra almost as much as calculus and I am extremely comfortable tutoring it. I received an A in my "linear algebra" class and in my "Differential and Linear algebra" course. I received my bachelor's degree in Mathematics from UW-Whitewater and am currently working on my Masters in Education in Instructional Design and Technology. I first discovered the thrill of teaching when I was about seven, and I made a pretend school in my backyard for all my neighbors and friends. Now, 15 years later, my [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]

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]

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