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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 10 miles

$40 per hour.

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Linear Algebra was part of the curriculum as a Mathematics Major. The applications in the advanced courses of both Mathematics and in my other Major of Physics are immense. Seeing it applied to many dimensions and actually visualizing it is enlightening. As a double major in Mathematics and Physics as an undergraduate, I continued to enjoy the connections between the two fields of study I explored as a high school student. Helping students to see the beauty in nature as they solidify their understanding is a joyous experience in itself. The confidence students gain as the holes in their un [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$45 per hour.

4.89 37 ratings

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 35 miles

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I took linear algebra in undergrad at Florida Institute of Technology (Florida Tech) as it was a required class for my chemical engineering major; I received an A in class. I have a bachelor's and master's in chemical engineering. I tutored math, chemistry and chemical engineering in undergrad for 2.5 years and I thoroughly enjoyed it! I did one-on-one as well as group sessions. General chemistry, organic chemistry, differential equations and calculus were the most requested subjects. I found the experience to be mutually rewarding: I got to help others understand and practice material and the [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]

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

3.83 6 ratings

I have been a GSA at Florida Tech for the past two semesters in linear algebra. I have helped students who have come to me asking for questions on the subject while grading homework, quizzes, and exams on the subject. As a PhD student, I believe that I am more than qualified to tutor for this subject. I am currently a PhD student in Applied Math at Florida Tech. I also have a BS degree in Biochemistry and a Master?s in Mathematical Sciences from The Ohio State University. I have an extensive background with 8 years of experience in teaching and tutoring mathematics and chemistry. As a T [more]

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