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Linear Algebra is one of my favorite math subjects, the key to understand Linear Algebra is to acknowledge that the main idea behind the subject matter is not matrices, its rather a linear combination of vectors in a given space. Matrix would just be the tool that is used the most. I have a degree in mathematics and I'm certainly qualified to tutor this subject as I had a good share of success tutoring several UCF students the subject matter. My name is Majdi, I'm 37 years old and a father of an amazing 7th grader. I have a Dual Degree in both Mathematics and Physics (Associate of Science degr [more]

Will travel 25 miles

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I have an Engineering background with strong mathematical skills. Linear Algebra is one of the main subjects studied that serves as a step to other more technical areas. Engineers pretty much use algebra for everything at different levels. I am familiar with the subject and have the necessary skills to aid students achieving a better understanding of it. Dear Prospective Student/Parent: I am an Engineering graduate from the University of Central Florida. I have worked as an Online Tutor with elementary and secondary students in the areas of Spanish, English, Reading and Writing for 5 years. I [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

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I have done bachelor of engineering ( University of Mumbai) and M.S. (University of Central Florida) and my major is computer science. I have been teaching algebra, geometry and calculus to middle school and high school students for a few years and am capable of teaching linear algebra. My name is Aasavari, and I live in Lake Mary, FL. I come from India, and have Bachelor?s degree in Computer Science from University of Mumbai. I then studied at University of Central Florida to get Master?s degree in Computer Science in 2005, and have been working as a software professional since then. Mathemat [more]

I'm a former college professor with my Ph.D. in mathematics from UF. After getting my Ph.D., I worked as a part-time professor at UF teaching Calculus 3 and Differential Equations. I spent the three years before moving to Orlando as a full-time professor at Santa Fe College in Gainesville teaching predominantly Intermediate Algebra and Calculus 2 and above. I have extensive experience tutoring and teaching everything from Intermediate Algebra to the Calculus sequence to Advanced Analysis a... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 11 ratings

I took proof-based linear algebra and aced it. To quote my awesome professor, "you can never study enough linear algebra". I follow this mantra and to this day I love staying sharp with the concepts. Invertibility, diagonalizability, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, inner products; I know these things. Hey there. I've been tutoring for over 5 years now. I started out tutoring at UF while I was a student there and I've been doing it ever since. I've moved on to tutor all ages, but the majority of my tutoring is still college kids. It's been the most rewarding job I've ever had. The way I look at [more]

I have taken a few classes in linear algebra at both the undergrad and graduate levels. I have taken many graduate level classes that have used linear algebra, such as quantum mechanics and nonlinear differential equations. While my research work is not in linear algebra, specifically, we have used it as a tool in our research, and we have published the results in mathematics journals and presented them at conferences. I have a PhD in Mathematics. I have 8 years of teaching experience at the nation's second largest university (in terms of on-campus students). I have taught both small classes [more]

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