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Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.96 334 ratings

I have a master's degree in mathematics so it is natural that I have taken advanced courses in both modern and linear algebra. I have also tutored the subject and have been using it in my own research (molecular biochemistry and biophysics). Despite the fact that I can offer assistance in many subjects to students of all ages, my academic credentials and background which include two Master of Science degrees and several years of teaching experience at a college level make me more inclined to work with college and advanced high school students on science (mathematics, physics, chemistry, and bi [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

Hey happy people! You're in good hands with me. When it comes to mathematics, I am incredible in what I do. I completed my undergraduate degree in mathematics at the same school as Martin Luther King Jr, and was the top ranking mathematics major in my class! Normally, at Morehouse only those on work study are allowed to tutor, but they made an exception for me. In my two years on payroll there, I racked up hundreds of hours tutoring all math classes ranging from fundamental algebra to Calculu... [more]

I took several courses covering this subject (S311, S300-Indiana University) as well as many courses which heavily rely on knowledge of it while I was in graduate school. The elementary theory also figures heavily in M118, the finite math course at IU which I tutored for the Athletics department. Since this is typically a college-level class, the tutoring methods would depend on the course the student was taking. If it was undertaken independently, I have multiple recommendations of textbooks (e.g. Serge Lang's Linear Algebra Done Right) for various levels of mathematical sophistication. In pa [more]

I have a Bachelor's of Science in Math, from Wheaton College. I have taken Linear Algrebra, and several more advanced, algreba-based classes, including Modern Algebra, Real Analysis, and Complex Analysis. I am confident working with linear systems. Dear potential student, I am math teacher, who studied math and anthropology. I have had a lot of experience tutoring math topics, ranging from pre-algebra to calculus. I have also tutored autistic individuals. Finally, I have a strong background in various social studies fields as well through my work in anthropology, including history and sociolo [more]

I have been teaching and tutoring mathematics for over a decade. I always feel fulfilled teaching mathematics, which I believe is what I am created to do: teach and discuss mathematics. Most people whom I have taught eventually become skillful mathematics. I don't just teach mathematics but makes mathematics subjects and courses fun. I make what others call complex concept and idea so lucid that students grasp the ideas so easily. I encourage you to give a trial and I am sure that that trial ... [more]

I took the course as an undergrad in electrical and computer engineering. I used to teach the subject to undergrads as a private tutor. I used linear algebra on applications for my masters in bioengineering. I can demonstrate my knowledge by recording a class or presenting it in front of students and teachers of the subject I am a Medical Doctor from Colombia who also has training in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Bioengineering from the University of Oklahoma. Teaching has been a passion all my life and enjoy teaching people to learn. I am a very patient [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$75 per hour.

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I have taught graduate level linear algebra (vector spaces, determinants, matrices, linear maps, etc...) as well as abstract algebra (algebraic structures, group theory, etc...) I am new to this website but I have been teaching for a while. I currently work as a research engineer. I graduated from France with a master's degree and I am in the process of pursuing a PhD in mathematics at the University of Chicago part time. I have always loved teaching and I have been tutoring since I am in college. I do believe that understanding comes with good visualization of what is behind the mathematical [more]

I started my college career as an architecture student, but quickly switched to physics after becoming infatuated by it. Despite coming from a different academic background than most of my peers, I quickly developed my ability to learn physics and math, and managed to take many extra courses in advanced physics topics like general relativity and quantum field theory. I had already had a bit of experience tutoring math at that point, but I think that diving head-first into physics and creating... [more]

I have taken linear algebra for my chemistry major in undergraduate studies. I had used linear algebra in many higher level chemistry and physics courses, so I am very comfortable with the material. Linear algebra was especially useful in quantum mechanics for using halmiltonian operators. My experience includes vectors in multiple dimensions, matrix algebra, eigen functions and operators. Hello, My name is Edgar. I am a chemist who is currently working on his master's degree. I teach undergrads as a Grad Assistant and I enjoy chemistry, physics and math (especially calculus). In my spare ti [more]

I've taken two semesters of linear algebra appropriate for a mathematics major. I additionally study machine learning heavily and as a result, am comfortable techniques from linear algebra used to make computations easier. My background in physics also required extensive understanding of linear algebra and vector spaces. This prepares me to help you with a whole host of problems you might face in linear algebra. Hi! I've been a part-time lecturer for Rutgers University for 5 semesters where I taught Physics to second-year engineering students. I've also had some experience tutoring AP Physics [more]

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