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I took a college level Linear Algebra course. Engineering courses rely heavily on Linear Algebra concepts. My name is David, but you can call me Mr. Number Cruncher. I have over 10 years of experience working in the field of Electrical Engineering. I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from LeTourneau University and a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Southern Methodist University. My GPA for each degree was above 3.5. Along with my WyzAnt tutoring experience, I have almost three years of online tutoring experience as a certified Tutor.com Alg [more]

Took linear algebra and received an A+ at CSU-Fullerton. I have a minor in abstract mathematics and currently an MD-PhD student, so using math on a weekly basis is normal for me. I am a fourth-year MD-PhD candidate with a B.S. in Cellular and Developmental Biology and two minors in Chemistry and Mathematics. My standardized test scores were always strong: SAT 1550/1600, MCAT 41/45, and GMAT 780/800. Those scores are within the 99%-tile. Why is this important? As opposed to class tests where the teacher designs a class geared towards leading you to an answer, standardized tests are designed t [more]

Every software engineering class I took in college the programming assignments usually included parts where I had to apply linear algebra. This was before I took the actual class, which for some reason comes after calculus 3. I made a B in the class itself, but this branch of mathematics used the most throughout my software engineering classes. It is extremely important for my degree. The class setting, while clearly the most efficient way to teach multiple students at once, is unfortunately not the most effective way. One method of teaching the material is often used, but as we have learned o [more]

I have taken linear algebra courses as both an undergraduate and a graduate student and done well in them. I studied physics as an undergraduate which uses large amounts of linear algebra. My name is Alex. I am a 25 year old graduate student in mathematics at CU Denver. I graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a B.S. in physics and a B.A. in mathematics. I feel most comfortable tutoring in Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations because I use these subjects almost daily. I tutored off and on for 5 years during [more]

I have taken Graduate-level courses in Linear Algebra and have also applied the Linear Algebra in my research in UAHuntsville and Syracuse University. I was a Computer Science research scholar at Syracuse University with a focus in Neural Networks and Machine Learning. What I bring to this position are skills in computer science, an experience of 6 years of teaching Math, programming languages C++, JAVA and VB6 to students in middle school, high school, undergraduate, and graduate schools, and 3 years of professional experience of developing software. In Summer 2014, I taught Math to gifted [more]

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