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Will travel 25 miles

$125 per hour.

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I studied Linear Algebra at the University of St. Thomas and received an A in the course. Linear Algebra is the study of matrices and their properties. The applications for linear algebra are far reaching whether you want to continue studying advanced algebra or computer science. I have been tutoring for over 12 years, working with students to achieve their academic goals. Having been recognized in the past as one of Wyzant's Top 100 tutors, I have had the pleasure of helping hundreds of students drastically improve their grades, gain admission to the private schools and universities of their [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 35 ratings

Linear algebra is one of the most fundamental areas of mathematics. I use it every day in my research and have tutored it extensively. I tutor both the computational and abstract sides of the subject. I am a mathematics PhD student at Rice University with years of experience teaching and tutoring a variety of classes aimed at science and mathematics students at the university and high school level. Having excelled in countless upper division and graduate mathematics classes, I can say, without a doubt, that mathematics is one of the most beautiful subjects a person can explore. I think this [more]

I have a graduate degree in mathematics where I have used linear algebra often. The concepts come up in various advanced math courses. Hi everyone, I am a mathematics tutor with a passion for teaching. I recently obtained a Master's Degree in Mathematics from Indiana University-Bloomington and obtained my Bachelor's degree in 2013 from University of Texas at Austin. Despite having two mathematics degrees, I too struggled with mathematics. I know the pain as well as anyone and I believe that all problems in learning mathematics are psychological in the sense that we have to deal develop the c [more]

Will travel 3 miles

$35 per hour.

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I was awarded a PhD in Mathematics in the early 2014. For 13 years I've taught various subjects including abstract algebra, linear algebra and tensor algebra. Also, in my research activity I use linear algebra to calculate molecular descriptors as input variables of linear regression models to predict the drug-like behavior of molecules. I received a BS degree in chemistry (summa cum laude) from the Universidad Central ?Marta Abreu? de Las Villas (UCLV), Cuba in 2003. Afterward, I received the MS in applied mathematics at UCLV in 2008. Due to my contributions in the fields of reliability of me [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

Linear Algebra is a basic course for all mathematics majors as in my undergraduate program. In my math graduate program, I took Matrix Analysis for a year which contains Linear Algebra as its critical part. And I had taught Vector Calculus 8 or 9 times at the Oregon State University. Linear Algebra is a fundamental part of Vector Calculus or Calculus 3. During my teaching years, I taught Vector Calculus, College Algebra, Mathematical Thinking, Technical Mathematics (about trigonometry and vector) for an aviation program showing future pilots how trigonometry and vectors can help with their [more]

4 years of study at a university to accomplish a Bachelor's degree, 3 years of study at a university to accomplish a Master's degree, and 3 years of study at a university to accomplish the doctorate of philosophy. I taught the Linear Algebra subject for the freshman for 3 years. This includes some of the following as an example (but not limited): ? Systems of Linear Equations and Matrices. ? Determinants. ? Vectors in 2-Space and 3-Space. ? Inner Product Spaces. ? Linear Transformations. I taught for over 10 years in colleges and universities, different topics (fluid, thermodynamics, heat tr [more]

I had taught linear algebra for more than five years in class room setting and also others, I may have coached privately. I have a bachelor degree in a science program and presenting pursuing a graduate program. I have a medical degree and masters program in public health. I did teach mathematics for more than 5 years in classroom setting and many more years in informal ways, mostly one-on-one and with a few small groups settings as well. Presently I am adjunct professor of Anatomy and physiology in a Community college. From my experiences, I believe every student can understand and interp [more]

I passed MATH 4377: Advanced Linear Algebra I with an A grade in the Summer of 2011. I graduated in 2012 from the University of Houston with a math minor and have since taken courses in graduate school which teach or require an understanding of linear algebra such as: Theory of Elasticity, Methods of Applied Mathematics I and II and Composite Materials. I was also a Teaching Assistant in the Fall of 2015 for MECE 3400: Introduction to Mechanics, which involves some linear algebra. Hello! I'm Ethan P., a 26 year old male currently pursuing a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering at the University of [more]

I have completed a college level linear algebra course at Texas Tech University and have since continued using the material in engineering practices related to linear regression, state-space approximation, and linear and non-linear differential equations. Howdy, My name is Beaux and I'm certified as an EIT by the Texas Board of Professional Engineers. I have direct experience tutoring calculus, trigonometry, statics, dynamics, and other math based engineering principles from when I was a student tutor at Texas Tech University. My emphasis is in fostering comprehension of the base materials [more]

I have an engineering degree and linear algebra was one of the subjects I studied. I have also tutored high school students on linear algebra. I have a Bachelor's in Aeronautical Engineering from the United Kingdom. I am familiar with the American education system since I went to school from K-9. I have also taken the GRE. During my childhood I hated math. Then in high school I met a math teacher who completely changed my perspective on math. She was engaging and always went the extra mile to make sure I understood the content. I try to incorporate her way of teaching into my own. I know not e [more]

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