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I've taken an advanced linear algebra and basic functional analysis class with Lorenzo Sadun at UT Austin and gotten an A. The lowest score I got on any subsection of the course was a 94%, if I remember correctly. Regarding math, I got a 780 (88th percentile) on the Math section of the GRE, and have an honors degree in Physics from UT Austin, which required many difficult math courses. While my teaching experience is in physics, many students had weak backgrounds in algebra that I helped them with so that they could understand the physics. [more]

I made an A when I took Linear Algebra on a Graduate level at Georgia State University. I have been teaching 9th grade mathematics for the last three years and part-time as a Math Adjunct teacher at ITT-Tech. I am a highly adaptive teacher, and I take pleasure in learning students? weakness to help improve their overall learning skills. While learning is important, I advise students that success is not only achieved in the classroom but in life as well. My tutoring specialties, at this point, mostly include such math areas as Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Statistics, Calculus, SAT Math a [more]

Linear Algebra formed part of my bachelors degree in mathematics. My approach is to help students become confident and encourage them to enjoy their studies. Flexible and prepared to offer tuition seven days a week, I enjoy working with students, helping them to achieve their goals. Also, for high school and college students I prefer to ensure that the lessons demonstrate the use of math outside of school and their application in a work environment. I have a bachelor's degree in math from the University of Hertfordshire, located in the United Kingdom, as w... [more]

I took and earned an B+ in MA 442, an honors-level (proof-based) linear algebra course at Boston University where I received my BA in mathematics. In my physics studies I have extensively applied my knowledge of linear algebra to quantum and classical mechanics, where eigenfunctions of operators define the observed motion of our world. When appropriate, I have tutored my colleagues in various topics in linear algebra such as matrix inversion, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, and unitary transformations. [more]

I am a certified 6-12 mathematics teacher in Florida and Georgia. I currently teach Algebra I at Drew Charter Senior academy. Hello! A little about me: I grew up in South Jersey, went to undergrad at UC Santa Barbara earning a minor in education and a major in Psychology. I am also currently getting my Masters in education at Johns Hopkins University! After relocating to Miami through Teach For America, I taught Algebra in the inner city school system for two years. I am now teaching Algebra in Atlanta Public Schools! I am very excited to get started with Wyzant! I am certified in 6-12 mat [more]

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Linear algebra was a very strong subject for me at school. I have used many of the principles in Linear Algebra (vector spaces, basis vectors, systems of equations, linear transformations, matrices, etc) in the missile simulations that I have designed and coded as well as developing differential equations for circuits from their schematics. I am a professional Software Engineer who has industry experience in real-time and embedded systems. I have developed everything from real-time aerodynamic hardware-in-the-loop simulations and a large multi-site web-based radar system to a small soccer [more]

I have tutored linear algebra starting in the year 2000 working as a tutor for a program at the university of Tennessee for disabled and minority students. I have extensively used linear algebra in my graduate studies solving out equations in courses like microeconomics, macroeconomics, mathematical economics, statistics, and game theory. I have been tutoring since the year 2000 when I started tutoring math and economics for a program at the University of Tennessee for disadvantaged and minority students. In 2005 I entered graduate schools and taught economics, statistics, finance and business [more]

Hi, I'm Justin! I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a minor in Statistics. I also graduated with a Master's degree in Mathematics and am currently working toward a Ph.D. in Mathematical Sciences. I have always been passionate about helping others, and I have been fortunate to have the opportunity to do this academically for the past 12 years. Nothing is more fulfilling than seeing the "light bulb moment" in someone's face when difficult information finally ... [more]

In college, I took the introductory linear algebra course and the course after that, which was for juniors, seniors, and grad students who were math majors. I've tutored two or three people who were taking the introductory course. Linear algebra is quite different from the courses that you're likely to have taken before it, so even if you're a strong math student, and you've been able to figure out previous math courses through your own efforts alone, you might find yourself needing some help in linear algebra, at least for a while. My work with you will probably be a matter of explaining the [more]

I have a master's degree in mathematics from the University of Alabama. Took linear algebra during my undergraduate degree and received an A and also took numerical linear algebra during my graduate degree and received an A in it. I am currently working on a master's degree in secondary education mathematics. I work for the University of Alabama's introductory mathematics courses and have taught everything from algebra all the way to calculus, including precalculus algebra and trigonometry. I have also tutored every listed in the last sentence and have experience tutoring an 11th grader in [more]

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