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Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.89 500 ratings

Linear Algebra gives us some very useful skills to add to our skill set. We can now learn three more ways to solve a system of linear equations. Namely, we can use matrix inverses, Cramer's rule, or Gaussian elimination. We can also find the areas of triangles and parallelograms using determinants. I believe students should be confident in their math skills. By getting good grades in school, their options in life (e.g. jobs, career paths) are kept open. I gauge where the student is at in knowing the concepts by having him/her work out the problems. Every problem has two parts: the first [more]

Linearly Independent Vector Spaces may seem like overly pedantic arrows, but they actually represent one of the most powerful abstractions necessary for higher studies in mathematics. Even if a Linear Operator's Characteristic Equation doesn't seem straightforward, we can work on bridging an understanding of Gram-Schmidt Orthonormalization. and finding Eigenvectors as many times as it takes to reveal how useful these techniques can be. I've worked with students in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, and other applied sciences, from a number of universities, like USC and UCI, to impart [more]

Linear Algebra has been prominent in most of my advanced Statistics classes that I've taken at UC Berkeley. Aside from taking the introductory linear algebra course that most students take alongside differential equations, I've also taken an advanced linear algebra course that really digs into the theoretical aspect of linear algebra. Hello! My name is Hugo, and I am a math and statistics tutor. I earned my Bachelor's degrees in applied mathematics and statistics from the University of California, Berkeley. I have tutored math and statistics at Mount San Antonio College over the course of a sp [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$30 per hour.

4.76 91 ratings

Math is a very fun subject, I try to make it fun. When I am teaching linear equations to students, I break down the problem and let the student answer the smaller questions. The breaking down of a problem allows the student to do critical thinking and find other possible way to solve for one problem. Also, when some problems seem to be complicated for solving I teach the student how a scientific calculator can help and how to solve for problems with the use of one. Hello, I'm Sara! I have been working as a tutor for almost 4 years, but I have been tutoring and helping others for about 10 year [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.84 419 ratings

I have a B.A. and M.S. in Mathematics. During my undergraduate studies I got a 4.0 in Elementary Linear Algebra and a 3.9 in Linear Algebra. I have several successful experiences tutoring college students in algebra at various levels. I have 15 years of experience teaching mathematics to students of all ages and backgrounds, but I especially enjoy tutoring students one-on-one where I can focus on the student's individual learning needs. I have taught and tutored elementary, middle school, high school, and college students in arithmetic through pre-calculus. I have taught mathematics to stu [more]

As to my background and credentials in this area I spent 23 years working for the Department of the Air Force overseeing the design and testing of feedback and control systems that were used in programs such as Talon Gold which was a pointing and tracking laser weapon for use in space. When SDI came into existence this program was changed to a new program called Pathfinder but with the same mission. These programs required the knowledge and use of state space and linear system principles which are based on a major use of linear algebra and differential equations to assure system stability. I h [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

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Linear Algebra, I must say, is my most favorite course that I taught in my academic life. Most recently, I taught Linear Algebra course at Rochester Institute of Technology from 2013 to 2016 and the sections I taught count 10. This is my most interested course, and I even reviewed a textbook for Macmillan publishing last year. The textbook is "Linear Algebra" by Holt. My inputs in modifying the textbook were almost all implemented, which also shows the depth of my conceptual and practical knowledge in this subject. [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$55 per hour.

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I taught this subject about 3 years to high school and college students. I also took this course when I was in college and my graduate program. I have an experience with physics and math teaching as a tutor for high school students and as a TA for collage students. My teaching subject is various physics and math subjects from TA, tutoring, and research experience. From the previous experience, I started to love to see student and make them learning and understanding the principle of math and physics. I started to teach all the subjects of middle school and high school math when I was in [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.87 367 ratings

Linear Algebra is one of the most useful and interesting mathematics classes that I've taken as an undergraduate because it's involved with vector spaces and linear mappings between such spaces. It includes the study of lines, planes, and subspaces, but is also concerned with properties common to all vector space. In addition, this course is very helpful in preparing for Differential Equation course. I have been tutoring students from CSUF and Santa Ana College for the past two years and I enjoyed every moment of it. [more]

Will travel 18 miles

$60 per hour.

4.94 226 ratings

I have a masters degree from UCLA. Among the core requirements on the master's exam is linear algebra. My area of specialization was actually abstract algebra, and I wrote a survey on Coxeter groups for my honors thesis, which is a topic at the intersection of linear algebra, representation of groups, and classical geometry. I have tutored linear algebra at UCI as a tutor for their tutoring center. I have a Masters Degree in Math from UCLA, BS in Math from UCI with minor in Computer Science, GPA: 3.928 Magna Cum Laude, and an Honors in Mathematics. I am a National Master of Chess with USCF Ra [more]

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