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Will travel 15 miles

$79 per hour.

4.85 126 ratings

I have a graduate degree in Pure and Applied math, which includes undergraduate and graduate level Linear Algebra classes. If you hire me as your tutor, you bring a sharpened pencil (or two). Math is learned by doing. So when I tutor you, you will be doing (almost) all of the writing. I will explain the concepts and show you how to do the work, but you will do it. This way, you will remember how to do it better. I can teach or tutor nearly any math, at any level, including: Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, and all levels of Calculus (and even a few higher math levels). I [more]

I offer clear explanations in a patient and relaxed manner. I'm ready to discuss this material in different ways because I know people learn in different ways. This approach is key when it comes to Linear Algebra, often a students first exposure to 'abstract' mathematics. I was a mathematics major in college and went on to complete my Ph.D. at Columbia University. I have been a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara. I also have over 10 years of experience working in Finance here in New York City. At Columbia and UCSB I taught many math classes. I h [more]

I'm currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in math at the University of Dallas, where I am currently employed as a math tutor. As a tutor, I have helped many students in linear algebra. I earned an A in my linear algebra class. I also earned A's in both Abstract Algebra I and II, both of which required an immediate facility with linear algebra. Thanks for reading my profile and considering me for your tutor! I am an experienced math tutor newly moved to the White Plains area, but I work in the Financial District. I recently completed my Bachelor of Arts in computer science and my Bachelor of [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.77 133 ratings

Linear Algebra is an integral portion of Algebra as a whole and I am a PhD student in mathematics. I am familiar with the Rank-Nullity Theorem and understand how to apply it to make conclusions about the dimension of a space. I fully understand the notions of eigenvectors and eigenvalues and how they pertain to linear transformations. Furthermore, I have experience working with matrix theory to describe networks in quantum information theory due to a research project I was involved in. I am an inquisitive student of the seemingly disparate disciplines of mathematics and music. I am currently a [more]

I completed my bachelor's degree in Honours Electrical Engineering at McGill University. I took an Honours linear algebra class in my first year and received an A grade in it. Many of our other classes, particularly linear circuit analysis as well as signals and systems, involved the use of linear algebra, so I'm also knowledgeable about the practical applications of this field. I also did peer tutoring in my last two years at McGill in linear algebra and other topics. I'm a dedicated, experienced math and science tutor who's had the privilege of teaching many diverse and bright students at th [more]

I've tutored many students in linear algebra (both in general, and in the context of other subjects like physics and machine learning). My style of teaching the material emphasizes building an intuitive, geometric understanding of vector spaces and linear transformations. I also actively study and use linear algebra for machine learning applications. As a senior in high school, I tutored students one-on-one in calculus, physics, and SAT prep. In my second year of college, I taught middle school students advanced mathematical concepts in an enrichment course called the Young Scholars Program. I [more]

By way of introduction, I'm a recent postgraduate in Mathematics & Electrical Engineering with an experience of around two and a half years in part-time as well as full-time teaching. During my graduate studies, I used to work as a TA teaching students topics in Calculus, Finance, Discrete Mathematics, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, and Precalculus. It has been a roller coaster ride so far and I've loved each and every bit of my teaching practice. The most important thing I love a... [more]

I am doing research in quantum physics, which uses advances linear algebra. I am a teaching assistant at NYU for various physics courses. I obtained my PhD in theoretical high energy physics from NYU. My research taught me to question why is everything the way it is, and this is the basic mindset that I hope to communicate to my future students, whether it is basic algebra and introductory physics or more abstract modern theoretical physics. Once you achieve this mindset, it is rather hard NOT to fall in love with the subject :)... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$60 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

Hi, I'm Braeden! I'm a recent graduate of Haverford College, and I'm about to start my PhD in Math at Boston College in the fall. I was a math major in college, and graduated with Highest Honors and a 3.9 GPA in math. While I've always been passionate about my classes and my research, I see teaching as an important and rewarding part of my own learning process: each time I sit down with a student, I find myself thinking about a new aspect of the material. I understand that not everyone is as ... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$65 per hour.

4.94 444 ratings

I have several years of experience teaching and tutoring math and physics, mostly to high school and college students. I have taught and tutored students in courses including in Calculus I, II, and III, Differential Equations, Probability & Statistics, Linear Algebra, Physics, and Advanced Calculus. I know the SAT and ACT math tests inside and out. I know the structure and style of questions and can definitely help you improve your score. I have a BA from Rutgers University and an MSc from ... [more]

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