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Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.93 738 ratings

I can help with the following linear algebra topics, among others: the basics of solving systems of equations using matrices, determinants, eigenvalue equations, linear transformations, linear independence, and bases and dimension, orthogonalization, and normalization. I am ready to help with proofs, too! I have taught linear algebra and tutored many students successfully for linear algebra, too. I hold two master's degrees -- one in applied mathematics, one in physics. I started teaching math in 1999. While many of the intervening years saw me as a part-time adjunct instructor of mathematics, [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

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I recently Graduated cum laude from Florida State University with degrees in both physics and Pure mathmatics. I have extensive experience in the topics of linear algebra both from the linear algebra courses I took as part of my mathmatics curriculum along with linear algebra applications to calculus and any number of physics courses. Apart from the linear algebra courses I completed at FSU, many of the physics courses including Newtonian mechanics, Electricity and Magnitism and Quantum Mechanics all utilize the techniques of linear algebra on a day to day basis. So I gained an excellent under [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$175 per hour.

4.93 135 ratings

I have a very strong mathematical background. I excelled in my Linear Algebra class at MIT and in classes that use concepts involving Linear Algebra. I have also tutored this course for 2 years before. Here is one proof of my strong mathematical background. I have been described in a letter of recommendation by an MIT instructor as "I should not compare myself to 85 other MIT students who took that math class". I got the highest in the final exam of that class but I came second in that class. However, this instructor described the difference between my overall score and the highest score as " [more]

Linear algebra is closely coupled with differential equations. It gets extensively used in system modeling techniques such as Finite Element Analysis, something with which I am very familiar. Besides taking a course in college, I don't have any other formal training, but once you have enough experience with math, everything else is a google search away. Hello! I just recently moved into Huntsville from Minneapolis after getting a job at NASA's Marshall Spaceflight Center as an Engine Systems Engineer. I graduated from the University of St Thomas with a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineeri [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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I am finishing up a third Masters in Chemistry where my concentration is Physical Chemistry. In this concentration, I do a great deal of differential equations and linear algebra solving for the thermodynamics, chemical dynamics and chemical electrodynamics problems. Also, from my PhD studies, I have to solve a series of Green Theorems, Bessel functions, Lagrangian and Fourier Transforms. I love teaching because I am a lifetime learner. I has a BS in Physics, MS in Materials Science, MA in Physics, PhD in Materials Science and finishing a MS in Chemistry. I have taught at several Community [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$35 per hour.

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During my graduate studies I have been required to become proficient in linear and matrix algebra. The study of stress and strain in a general solid body consists of second and fourth rank tensors. I have been exposed to and working with tensor algebra and tensor calculus for the past several years during my Mechanical Engineering PhD degree. I am currently a Ph.D Mechanical Engineering student at UAH. Prior to that I worked at Boeing for 5 years in both Huntsville and St. Louis. I have always helped and worked with other students on homework and studying during my career and have seen the [more]

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