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I have taken upper division (undergraduate at UCLA) linear algebra during college, three semesters of upper division quantum mechanics (undergraduate at UCLA) during college, and two semester of graduate level (at Brown University) quantum mechanics. I mention the quantum mechanics because quantum mechanics is just applied linear algebra (especially at the graduate level). I also have a minor in math from UCLA. I can provide a copy of the classes I took if necessary. Thank you for your time. Hello there! My name is Dante! I have a Bachelor of Science in Physics and a Minor in Mathematics from [more]

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I majored in mathematics at Pomona College and received my BA in math. As part of my major, I studied linear algebra. In addition, I've taken many in-depth courses on mathematics and proof. Linear algebra is often used as a gateway to the more proof-based aspects of math, and I like how a good course teaches both concrete concepts while also scaffolding an understanding of proof in general. The course has both direct application to many fields (computer science, physics, etc.) while also providing insight into the more abstract aspects of mathematics: when I tutor it, I make sure to help stude [more]

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I also have 10 years of experience with linear algebra. I have tutored linear algebra to advanced high school students as well as computer science and engineering students at the university level. Unlike my classmates who left for the defense industry, I dreamed to be a physics professor. I earned a scholarship to graduate school and hoped to be a better university teacher than those that I had. But the physicists seemed to invest more in papers and journals than in their students. I exited the ivory tower for Shanghai where I would teach and where I would learn more than I had ever before. I [more]

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Linear Algebra: My background in Mathematics is quite deep and extensive, and Linear Algebra happens to be my favorite of the sub-disciplines. It is where the true beauty of Mathematics begins to be apparent, and where one can finally see the deep connections that exist among mathematical structures. I matriculated into the Doctoral Program in Mathematics at University of Illinois. If interested, my coursework includes the following: Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Analysis on the Real Line, Analysis in n-Space, Complex [more]

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Linear Algebra is an extension of many upper level Algebra topics students confront in Algebra II, including matrices, determinants, vectors, vector spaces, transformations, and eigenvectors/values. I have previous experience tutoring students in college level Algebra and Linear Algebra, and feel comfortable tutoring college students taking an introductory Linear Algebra course. Hello, I'm Brooke. I'm a Stanford graduate with 12+ years experience tutoring and have scored perfectly on the recent ACT (36!) and recent SAT (2400!) and scored in the 99th percentile on the SAT test (out of 1600) i [more]

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Linear algebra is among my favorite subjects in mathematics. Having taken over 30 courses in math and statistics during my studies at Dartmouth (BA, major in math, minor in physics) and the University of Wisconsin, Madison (MA in math, MBA and PhD in Business Quantitative Analysis) I am particularly qualified to teach this topic. Specifically I had one undergraduate and two graduate level courses covering this topic. I am an excellent teacher having taught at both the high school and college levels [more]

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My experience with this courses is similar to that of Differential Equations, that is, I have tutored this subject through two different departments at East Los Angeles College. Again, I first tutored this subject through the Learning Assistance Center where I worked for four semesters. The second department where I tutored this course was through MESA. Moreover, I was employed as a Supplemental Instructor for this course by the Supplemental Instruction Program at ELAC. I hail from the University of Southern California, where I double majored in Mathematics and Physics. With my background, I h [more]

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I graduated from UCSD with a math degree, graduating magna cum laude. Also, I did post-graduate work as well. This included various coursework in analysis, algebra, combinatorics, computational algorithms, and differential equations. Qualifications: -BA in Math from UCSD, magna cum laude -OVER 4000 successful hours of tutoring in the last 6 years -You will not only learn the subject, you will learn to improve your ability TO study -Can debug even the most bogged student -Excellent reviews from clients attending major colleges to K-6th -I've even had students discover they CAN study, and dec [more]

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I took courses in Linear Algebra both as a high school student and in college, and I continued to apply these skills in graduate school to solve Physics problems. I received good grades in these classes and still have my textbooks! Colton recently completed a PhD in Physics at MIT, and is eager to help a few young minds get more familiar with science, math, computer programming, and other challenging topics. Colton first tutored for Wyzant as a high schooler in Alexandria, VA back in 2006, coaching middle schoolers and other high schoolers in math, chemistry, and even Latin. Since then, he [more]

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In Understanding Linear Algebra I have worked extensively with USC, UCI , UCLA and LMU Engineering, Computer Science and Math students develop simple and rigorous methods of formal proofs as applied in matrix and vector space transformations. In Math 245 Linear Algebra, for instance, LMU Engineering students have confirmed the connection between real life problems in Engineering and Business and how these can be described and analyzed through formulation of vectors and Matrices; I have seen students light up as we make transitions from using typical Gauss-Jordan Elimination in finding solutio [more]

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