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I have taken two different courses on Linear Algebra. I am a physicist and use Linear Algebra often in my approaches to both Matrix Mechanics and Group Theory in Quantum Mechanical systems. This subject is very near and dear to me and I have tutored this subject before at my university. I am Zack! I have been tutoring since my very first year at my university, and I love helping people learn, and learn how to learn. I worked in the Academic Assistance Resource Center (AARC) at my university's library where I tutored fellow students in Physics, Engineering, Astronomy, and Mathematics. I also wo [more]

I have taken a course at Northern Illinois University that spent the entire semester dealing with linear algebra. I got an A in the course and felt as confident with the material as I do with calculus. I feel that I will be able to help students in this area that shall be taking the class and students that are taking any prerequisites to the class. During the semester, I was a part of a study group that consisted of four people. By the end of the semester, I was tutoring each of them to prepare them for the final. [more]

Since my first undergraduate course in linear algebra, and on through graduate school, linear algebra has always been one of my favorite subjects. I have tutored many linear algebra students on the ins and outs of matrix arithmetic, Gauss-Jordan elimination, linear transformations and vector spaces. I have also taught several college linear algebra courses over the years. Hi, I'm Damon. I genuinely enjoy sharing my enthusiasm about math and view it as a mission to help improve math's reputation among the topics of study. I started tutoring as a math grad student working on my PhD, and cont [more]

I took several linear algebra classes during my undergraduate degree (1st and 2nd) year undergrad class. Also took a third year linear algebra class and got an A. I have a Ph.D. in Physics, love to teach, and want to help you reach your personal goals. I'm looking to help students in either math (algebra and calculus) and physics. My background is in physics and i love to teach. I completed my undergraduate work in physics (B.Sc) and went on to complete my Ph.D. in theoretical physics. During both my undergraduate and graduate work i worked as a teaching assistant and a tutor. I was aw [more]

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Over the course of my education (Ph.D. Electrical Engineering) I have done various courses that required knowledge of Linear Algebra. My Ph.D. thesis also involved the use of linear algebra. I consider myself well versed to expert in Linear Algebra. Hi I am an Electrical Engineer with a PhD from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor with an excellent academic record (4.0 GPA in undergrad and grad school). I love math, physics and programming. I have taught undergrad courses in discrete math and graduate level courses in probability and statistics. I am a patient and understanding tutor with a [more]

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I have a Master's in Mathematics. I have completed undergraduate and graduate coursework in calculus, linear algebra, differential equations and functional analysis. Additionally, I have been a private tutor for many years and have enjoyed tutoring subjects such as algebra, geometry, trigonometry and calculus. Hello, my name is Linden. I am an experienced System Analyst at a national laboratory with a PhD in Computer Systems Engineering and a Masters in Mathematics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Upstate New York. Over the years I have enjoyed mentoring students in various math and [more]

I have a degree in aerospace engineering from Texas A&M University with a minor in mathematics. Aerospace engineering is very heavy on linear algebra. For my math minor, I took linear algebra coursework. I graduated from Texas A&M University in 2012 with an undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering and a minor in mathematics. I have a passion for math and science, particularly physics, and for helping the next generation of students gain an interest in STEM fields. Many students have a real knack for math until they hit a roadblock - be it algebra, geometry, calculus, or another new ma [more]

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