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My name is Ethan. I completed 2 MS degrees during 2011 - 2016. During my first MS degree, I was a teaching assistant at University of New Orleans. My responsibility was to teach Calculus and Introduction to Statistics. And during the second MS degree at LSU, I was teaching R and Probability. After graduation, I worked as a adjunct professor at North Lake College at Dallas during 2016 - 2017. And now I am a biostatistician at Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center. I have using R and statistics mo... [more]

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I have never taught linear algebra. I do, however, have extensive experience in algebra, matrices, and vectors. I am also a student of linear algebra. I am currently studies vector spaces, projections, linear transformations, and other related concepts (just for fun!). On October 7, 2013, I completed my PhD in Mathematics and Science Education. My accomplishment demonstrates that it is possible to overcome life's obstacles. As a teenager, I hated math and struggled with it during my middle and high school years. My father, on the other hand, being a great mathematician, motivated me to learn t [more]

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I have a BS in Chemical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University, one of the best engineering universities in the world, and the largest university in the world with enrolled and graduating engineering students. Penn State Engineers are employed and achieving excellence all over the world. The Penn State Chemical Engineering program is rated in the top 3 in the nation. As a chemical engineer, I have completed and mastered graduate level courses in college on linear algebra and other math classes, and have completed continuing education and certification courses on advanced math subjects. [more]

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I majored in mathematics for my undergraduate career. One of the classes I took was linear algebra. I also majored in electrical engineering, which used matrices and other aspects of linear algebra for circuit analysis. I did my undergraduate career at Western Kentucky University in mathematics and electrical engineering. I graduated with an overall GPA of 3.87. I then did graduate work at Tennessee Technological University in electrical engineering. My project focused on chemical engineering, electrical engineering, and physics. I graduated with a GPA of 3.88. In my free time, I enjoy spend [more]

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As an undergraduate, I took a course in Linear Algebra. I have also taught high school (13 years) and college (5 years) mathematics courses that used Linear Algebra concepts. In Algebra II and College Algebra, we used the Guass-Jordan Elimination Method, reduced row echelon form, etc. to solve systems of linear equations. In addition to these teaching experiences, I have also tutoring college students in linear algebra courses. I taught high school mathematics for 13 years and college level mathematics courses as an adjunct for over five years. My experience at the high school level ranges fr [more]

I took Linear Algebra at Transylvania and got an A in the class. I have also worked with matrices on MATLAB as well as the BASIC language for Texas Instruments. My Motto: With each concept I did not know, there?s always a journey. Even if I don't know something, I will strive to learn it. This motto has proven to be very invaluable? even early on throughout high school as I received a full academic scholarship to a well respected and prestigious university. It's an important quality for someone to know a lot, but I find that the most important quality is an undying motivation to help a stude [more]

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