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Will travel 30 miles

$35 per hour.

4.93 234 ratings

I received a B.S.E.E. from University of Maryland in College Park, MD in 1985, as requirement for the US Air Force Commissioning Program. While attending Maryland, I tutored privately in the following subjects: College Math, to include Calculus, Analytic Geometry, and Linear Algebra; Electronics; Circuit Analysis; Mechanics; and Dynamics. I took required Math courses in my Electrical Engineering curriculum, such as: Calculus I, II, & III; Differential Equations; Linear Algebra (which included Vector Spaces, Matrix Transformations, & Alternate Coordinate Systems and Transformations), and Comple [more]

Will travel 4 miles

$50 per hour.

4.94 36 ratings

I am a Ph.D. math student in applied math and have to rely on linear algebra fundamentals very frequently. I have taken advanced classes in linear algebra, and frequently use it during my studies. Moreover, I have experience in abstract mathematics, which is a crucial part of linear algebra, even at the applied level. I grew up in the Midwest and studied civil and architectural engineering in college, where I helped my classmates with their math problems. I realized it was something I enjoyed doing and started tutoring anyone who needed the help. I liked making people feel comfortable with mat [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$115 per hour.

4.67 46 ratings

In the spring semester of 2014, I received an A in graduate level linear algebra. The topics covered included inner product spaces, dual spaces, canonical forms, the spectral theorem, quadratic forms, operators, the classical groups, multi-linear algebra and applications. This class had an emphasis on proofs to ensure a deep understanding of the topics and concepts involved. In my current research, I use linear algebra on nearly a daily basis. I teach statistics, and require a basic understanding of linear algebra and its applications. [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I just completed my last semester of coursework for a Master's of Arts Degree in middle school math with an overall B+ average with a overall math average of a B in middle school and secondary math. I have also taken and passed the GRE and the Praxis I series and Praxis II in middle school math. My coursework and standardized tests required content knowledge of linear algebra. I am a Master's of Arts in Teaching in Middle School Mathematics candidate who just completed coursework at U.N.O. and I am preparing for student teaching in the Spring. I am looking to get some tutoring experience be [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$44 per hour.

4.8 5 ratings

As an Aerospace Senior, I use linear every day. Not only can I help the students recognize the similarity of linear systems, vector equations and matrices, but I can show real world applications on so many fronts. My highest applications for linear have been Finite Element Methods, mesh optimization, controls and satellite attitude determination. I can definitely get someone through Linear Algebra. I am a graduate student in aerospace engineering at Mississippi State University. I've helped many people over the years make easy A's in math classes and I can definitely help you also. I will brea [more]

I have been tutoring Linear algebra since 2007 in all levels from middle school up to the college level. Also, I was a TA for linear algebra last year at Tulane. I was responsible of picking/solving problems during the weekly recitations, assigning homework and giving/grading quizzes. I was also sometimes substituting the class whenever the instructor was not available. Thus, I am experienced and qualified enough to tutor linear algebra. I majored in Math in Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey. Also got my master from the same university. Now, I am currently a PhD student in Math at Tulane Universi [more]

I have taught Linear Algebra several times and I tutor it frequently. In graduate school, I took several Linear Algebra courses. I've used it in solving differential equations. I have found that students usually master the algorithmic skills involved in linear algebra, but lack a conceptual understanding of the subject and how to apply linear algebra concepts to physical systems. Solving systems of linear equations and calculating products of matrices is easy for students but, when they get to subspaces, spanning, and linear independence, students become confused and disoriented. I b [more]

Certified to teach math(6-12) in Florida and Georgia. Have taught in both states. Masters in Education UWF, math minor I preach the Gospel in Russian speaking churches in Europe and United States. I am certified to teach and have taught high school math and Russian in Florida and Georgia. The last degree I received was a Masters in Education in 2005 from the University of West Florida. The happiest part about tutoring for me is my working with students one-on-one and realizing that I played a role in their achieving academic success. WyzAnt eliminates any problems I might have in finding stud [more]

Linear Algebra was a course that was part of engineering curriculum 'B'. Hello - It is easy to teach and share book knowledge. However, I support book knowledge with application. Understanding principles, theories and formulas are important, but knowing how to apply them is the key. I am experienced with Microsoft Office applications, presentations, project management, various areas of math and sciences. In addition to the Bachelor's degree in engineering, I hold a certification as a Certified Occupational Specialist, Quality Technician, and Continuous Improv... [more]

I earned an A in my sophomore level Linear Algebra undergraduate course (Math 2085 at Louisiana State University: Systems of linear equations, vector spaces, linear transformations, matrices, determinants), an A in my senior level Finite Dimensional Vector Spaces course (Math 4153 at Louisiana State University:Vector spaces, linear transformations, determinants, eigenvalues, vectors and topics such as inner product space and canonical forms), and a B in my graduate level Linear Algebra course (Math 560 at Colorado State University: an investigation of the properties of linear transformations o [more]

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