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Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.84 451 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]

Will travel 10 miles

$70 per hour.

4.91 611 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]

As to my background and credentials in this area I spent 23 years working for the Department of the Air Force overseeing the design and testing of feedback and control systems that were used in programs such as Talon Gold which was a pointing and tracking laser weapon for use in space. When SDI came into existence this program was changed to a new program called Pathfinder but with the same mission. These programs required the knowledge and use of state space and linear system principles which are based on a major use of linear algebra and differential equations to assure system stability. I h [more]

Linearly Independent Vector Spaces may seem like overly pedantic arrows, but they actually represent one of the most powerful abstractions necessary for higher studies in mathematics. Even if a Linear Operator's Characteristic Equation doesn't seem straightforward, we can work on bridging an understanding of Gram-Schmidt Orthonormalization. and finding Eigenvectors as many times as it takes to reveal how useful these techniques can be. I've worked with students in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, and other applied sciences, from a number of universities, like USC and UCI, to impart [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$75 per hour.

4.99 84 ratings

Although I specialize in tutoring Science and Math related courses, I've had ample experience tutoring students from all grades and for all subject areas. I've been a private tutor for 13 years, and have tutored students in Puerto Rico, the greater Boston area, and here in Los Angeles. I've previously worked as a Physics, Math, and Statistics tutor for the University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez, and for Cal State LA. I'm currently teaching Introductory Physics laboratory courses at Cal State ... [more]

I have a BS in physics with mathematical emphases and an MS in the same field. I wrote my thesis on physics math theory and I am publishing a paper in the American Journal of Physics based on my thesis research (publish date: Oct 2016, available upon request). I have taken and aced just about every math class imaginable at the undergraduate level, and several physics-related math graduate courses (group theory, functional analysis, advanced numerical analysis, etc). Not only do I have a mastery of many math subjects (including linear algebra, obviously), but I have the unique understanding of [more]

I have received a MA degree in mathematics science from University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), and I have taken discrete math/linear algebra when I was attending UTA. Both courses show on my UTA transcript. I have taught several classes on these two subjects. I taught discrete math at Henry Cogswell college located in Everest, WA. Also, I taught several algebra classes using theories and concepts derived from linear algebra. I have a degree of MA in mathematics and a degree of MS in computer science. I have earned both degrees from the University of Texas at Arlington. For my teaching bac [more]

I am currently teaching at Cal Poly Pomona and have a PhD in mathematics. I have taught math and stats from elementary to advanced courses more than ten years in college and university level. I am enthusiastic about teaching mathematics to help people. The grade of students does not matter, I am interested to help high school students too.... [more]

Will travel 27 miles

$125 per hour.

4.86 42 ratings

I first learned linear algebra on my own during the summer after my sophomore year in high school. During my junior year of high school, I enrolled in a linear algebra course at Stanford University. At Caltech, I took another, more advanced, course in linear algebra. As a math major, I use it constantly and am very familiar with the subject. I have also tutored students at Caltech and PCC in linear algebra for three years now. Hi! I have over thirteen years of experience working at tutoring and test prep centers and with individual students. I'm now a teacher at a private high school in [more]

I've taken a course in Linear Algebra from Stanford University two years ago with an A in the course. Due to requirements, I took the course again the winter of 2016 at Caltech albeit at a more advanced level. I have a strong understanding of the structure of most Linear Algebra courses and an understanding of the interwoven nature of the course such as the different conditions for invertibility (non-singularity) of a linear transformation (matrix), the proofs associated with such properties, and computational skills overarching the theoretical material such as LU decomposition and eigenvalue/ [more]

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