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Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 303 ratings

I have taught Linear Algebra for several semesters and have experience with both engineering and computer science based versions of the course. I also have a good understanding of the applied mathematics and sciences concepts of the subject, such as linear mapping between spaces, complex transformations, and applications to vector fields. I majored in Philosophy and minored in Mathematics in college. I tutor math, physics, general engineering, writing and test prep for high school, college and adult students. I also work with mentally disabled, ADD, autistic and bipolar students. During colleg [more]

I have tutored students in linear algebra. It's a subject that's central to higher math, and so like most research mathematicians, I practice it often. I enjoy teaching it to students because of its concreteness and its evident usefulness in the real world. Hi, I'm Nick. I'm a postdoctoral research fellow at a university in Israel. In May 2017 I graduated from Brandeis University with a PhD in math. My research lies in the intersection of dynamical systems and number theory. Before grad school I was an undergraduate at Brown University, where I graduated in 2009 with a BS in math. While [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.83 71 ratings

As a professional engineer and former engineering instructor, I taught the first class every engineer takes - Engineering Mechanics: Statics, which deals with bodies at rest and why they are rest. Linear Algebra comprises the first chapter of every Statics textbook. I am a practicing civil engineer with 20 years of engineering and teaching experience. I am a registered professional engineer in Oklahoma and California. I have taught statistics, physics, general physical science, algebra, calculus, statics, dynamics, surveying, and SolidWorks CAD in the past. I am available weekday evenings [more]

Algebra itself is an extensive topic in the field of mathematics, and I have taken courses in Linear and Abstract Algebra. Linear Algebra was less theoretical and had many application-type problems, but in Abstract Algebra the theory of vector spaces is explored in much more detail. From these courses I have developed a strong intuition for both the practical and theoretical aspects of Linear Algebra. I have also privately tutored students who thought they were going to fail the course into getting grades that surprised them. [more]

I have a degree in Mathematics from Oklahoma State University which required me to take Linear Algebra, where I received an A. For the most part, Linear Algebra is about vector spaces. It teaches you how to take problems and set them up in Matrix form to solve systems of equations or linear mappings. My name is Courtney and I am currently a mathematics teacher at Gordon Cooper Technology Center. Previously, I taught at a High School teaching Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, and ACT Prep. I have tutored Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, Business Calc. and Linear Algebra [more]

I am a PHD student at OU and my research area is related with Linear algebra. I took so many advanced linear algebra classes and did research about this subject. Starting from elementary school, I have always been successful at mathematics and won so many math competitions in my home country. My mathematic professor directed me to get higher education at mathematics and I gained a nationwide scholarship to get my PHD education at U.S. For that reason, I choose my carrier at Mathematics. Currently, I am earning a PhD at the University of Oklahoma. I have been teaching different level of m [more]

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