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I was one of 5 students who qualified to a take linear algebra and differential equations in my senior year of high school (received an A in the class). I also received an A+ in my undergraduate linear algebra course at UC Berkeley. I tutored one of my college roommate in linear algebra and he got an A on his final exam. I used linear algebra to design an algorithm that implements projection matrices for 3D scanning software. I am recent graduate of UC Berkeley's College of Engineering. While in school I studied a variety of disciplines including mechanical and electrical engineering, material [more]

My name is Milan S., and I am currently an undergraduate at UC Berkeley studying Computer Science and Applied Mathematics. I have had previous experience tutoring a business course at Columbia Business School for high school students. I really love tutoring because I feel that it is truly a great gift to be able to teach others difficult topics. I am easy to work with, and I am very professional. I also have a lot of experience with being tutored, so I know what qualities make a great tutor. ... [more]

I have been teaching Algebra for 2 semesters at the Dona Ana Community College (DACC). I have a PhD in chemical engineering. I have 3 years experience tutoring students in college and currently am teaching Math in college. Mathematics is a language. I know this language pretty good and having a PhD in engineering major makes me excellent at all subjects in math. Chemical engineering is my major and I have been in engineering school studying it for 12 years. So, I would say I am an experienced chemical engineer with extensive knowledge mainly in Thermodynamics, Fluid mechanics ... [more]

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Linear Algebra is key to all post-calculus mathematics and includes the study of vectors in the plane and space, systems of linear equations, matrices, vectors and vector spaces. Applications include differential equations, least squares approximations, and models in economics. I have taught this course several times as a course and as independent study. I used this material extensively during my career as an aerospace engineer. Experienced and patient Math tutor I recently retired from a career in aerospace engineering. I hold an M.S. in math and a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering from Stan [more]

I have been teaching middle and high school math for the past 10 years, including various levels of pre-algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, as well as other math classes (esp. trigonometry, geometry). I also teach various linear algebra skills and concepts in the science classes that I teach. I have helped students pass courses and standardized tests for the past 10 years, tutoring suburban private middle school students, urban public high school students, Ivy League college students, and everyone in between. I have been teaching middle and high school math and science full-time for 9 years, and [more]

I was a TA for linear algebra for two semesters at UC Berkeley. Linear algebra comes up all the time in every area of mathematical research. In fact, my dissertation used a lot of really fancy linear algebra. Whether you need help figuring out what's going on with row reduction or trying to get a conceptual understanding of Jordan form, I can help. I taught undergraduate math and statistics courses at UC Berkeley for about six years while I was a doctoral student. During that time I had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of students at very different levels. I'm just as happy helping [more]

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I am an engineering student currently enrolled in calculus and physics courses. My grades in these courses are above average. In my coursework, I have encountered many fellow students who have I have studied together with and helped with understanding the concepts of linear algebra and other math subjects. I also tutored elementary, middle school, and highs school students for over 3 years in several subjects, including mathematics and linear algebra. In tutoring linear algebra I find that exercises utilizing visual aids and real-life applications are most successful, and I often use these met [more]

I am currently in my third year at UC Berkeley double majoring in Statistics and Computer Science, and I have sincerely enjoyed my experience so far. I find so much of what I am studying extremely interesting and useful. As a result I would love to help others develop the same skills which I believe can allow one to make an impact on our world. I truly do get excited thinking about all that can be done with math and I would hope that, through tutoring, some of my passion will rub off on other... [more]

I have completed a linear algebra course at Pasadena City College with a grade of A. I have also completed physics courses which required application of linear algebra, and have successfully completed those courses with a grade of A. I am a UC Berkeley Engineering Physics graduate, and will be a prospective PhD physics candidate in Stanford University the Fall of 2018. I consider myself extremely passionate about what I do, studying and teaching physics and mathematics in particular, and I wish to disseminate this passion to other students and even the general public. Understanding the world a [more]

Linear Algebra (LA) is the study of systems of equations. Specifically LA teaches an approach to solve complex, multivariable equations, starting with an approach called Gaussian elimination. There is a more abstract way of thinking about systems of equations embodied in the notion of vector spaces, which can be thought of as an extension of the euclidean plane into multi-dimensional spaces. LA has a lot of practical applications including statistics, computer science and probability, so a deep knowledge of LA can go a long way. Understanding LA requires some basic mathematical thinking (so [more]

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