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Will travel 10 miles

$70 per hour.

4.9 563 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]

Will travel 30 miles

$120 per hour.

5.0 83 ratings

As a researcher (NASA, Caltech, Jefferson Lab), I have solved a lot of linear algebra problems, numerically and analytically, and I can explain the why (e.g., why is linear algebra useful), the what (e.g., what is a null space) and the how (e.g., how do I solve this matrix problem). I was a postdoctoral fellow in particle/nuclear physics at the California Institute of Technology for three years, after which I became a research scientist in astrophysics at NASA?s Jet Propulsion Laboratory where I studied the early universe and dark matter for 12 years. During my PhD, I spent two years as a volu [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.95 268 ratings

I graduated from UCSD with a math degree, graduating magna cum laude. Also, I did post-graduate work as well. This included various coursework in analysis, algebra, combinatorics, computational algorithms, and differential equations. Qualifications: -BA in Math from UCSD, magna cum laude -OVER 4000 successful hours of tutoring in the last 6 years -You will not only learn the subject, you will learn to improve your ability TO study -Can debug even the most bogged student -Excellent reviews from clients attending major colleges to K-6th -I've even had students discover they CAN study, and dec [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 413 ratings

I have a Master's degree in physics which focused on quantum mechanics. Most modern branches of physics rely in some way or another on linear algebra, but quantum mechanics especially does since so many problems boil down to finding eigenvalues and eigenvectors or establishing a basis space. I am comfortable with all linear algebra topics including change of basis formulae, diagonalization, Gramm-Schmidt Orthonormalization, quadratic forms, and singular value decomposition. I am a creative and effective tutor with Master's Degree in Physics and years of experience working with students of all [more]

I earned an A in my proof-based undergraduate linear algebra course. I used linear algebra in many of my physics classes, and I continue to use linear algebra regularly in my research. I was also a teaching assistant for an upper-division Mathematical Methods course covering linear algebra for physics majors. I'm a Ph.D. candidate in physics at UCLA. I've been tutoring since high school, and I've always enjoyed the satisfaction of helping someone grasp a concept they've been struggling with. As an undergraduate, I helped lead homework help sections for the physics department. I was a teaching [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.84 440 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]

I've been teaching and tutoring and preparing students for various tests for over 20 years. I have two Master's degrees, one in Physics and one in Math, and have just recently embarked on a journey to earn another degree in Chemistry. I love teaching and it's all I have ever wanted to do. I am never satisfied with what I know and almost often have a book with me to learn new and exciting things. I won the Teaching Assistant of the Year award my first year teaching and have only gotten better... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

4.88 696 ratings

Linear Algebra: My background in Mathematics is quite deep and extensive, and Linear Algebra happens to be my favorite of the sub-disciplines. It is where the true beauty of Mathematics begins to be apparent, and where one can finally see the deep connections that exist among mathematical structures. I matriculated into the Doctoral Program in Mathematics at University of Illinois. If interested, my coursework includes the following: Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Analysis on the Real Line, Analysis in n-Space, Complex [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$160 per hour.

4.96 169 ratings

Emma taught a course in linear algebra as part of MIT's High School Summer Program. Having studied abstract mathematics and civil engineering, she is familiar with both linear algebra theory and applications. She has a way of translating linear algebra concepts so that they are relevant to engineers. Hello! I?m Emma - cat photographer? macaroon baker? and engineering tutor. I tutor structural engineering and other civil or mechanical engineering courses. If you are studying statics, dynamics, strength of materials, or structural analysis, I can help! I graduated from MIT with BS in c [more]

I have a PhD in control system which is basically built upon linear algebra and I taught linear algebra at Cal State university at Long beach. I have served as a lecturer, a teaching assistant, as well as a mentor and advisor for undergraduate and graduate students. Interaction with students at various levels has been a rewarding endeavor for me for two main reasons. The first is the joy of seeing the difference I can make as students gain new insights, become more interested in a subject and develop new scientific results. Second, it has taught me how to articulate for my interest in an acade [more]

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