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Will travel 4 miles

$50 per hour.

4.95 38 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

$75 per hour.

4.66 53 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]

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 have taken advanced courses in Linear Algebra as part of my undergraduate major. In addition, my current PhD research is heavily dependent on linear algebra. I've found that an inquiry based learning approach is effective for this subject. Ever since I took my first math course as an undergraduate, I have loved mathematics. It truly is a beautiful subject that I believe everyone has the capacity to understand. I worked as a tutor all through my undergraduate career and continue to do so through my PhD work. I pride myself on being able to identify gaps in a students knowledge and helping the [more]

Will travel 8 miles

$50 per hour.

4.99 159 ratings

I have passed a PhD-level exam in Linear Algebra as part of the work for my master's degree. I also have experience working in data management and coding, which requires the use of theory from Linear Algebra regularly. Linear Algebra was one of my favorite courses as an undergraduate math major. I have a B.A. in Mathematics from Clemson University. I have been fortunate enough to understand math and statistics with minimal effort throughout school. That said, I did reach a "tough point" in my time as a graduate student, so I understand the struggle for everyone. I'm here to coach you through a [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$30 per hour.

4.63 345 ratings

Tutoring throughout the summer of 2013 with higher education students, I refreshed and built my knowledge weekly by reviewing and solving with them many math problems. These hours included linear equations, quantitative math, graphs, percentages, inequalities, ratios and proportions, and geometry among some others. Cross-multiplication of fractional form equations has to be used to transform the problem into ax + b = 0 where a is not equal to 0, and the final x = -b/a. I have been using the distributive property, combining like terms, conversions, and radicals in the steps for students. [more]

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