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$60 per hour.

4.97 297 ratings

Linear Algebra is one of the most straight-forward elements of mathematics. It deals with the linear sets of equations and their transformation properties. I have been tutoring students in algebra in recent years, and examples of linear algebraic computations appear in both Algebra I and Algebra II high school courses as well as in college algebra courses. Because linear algebra deals with finite dimensions, it is one of the easiest aspects of algebra for students to grasp. I enjoy teaching this branch of algebra because it can be easily made visible to students and they are able to observ [more]

I am currently a senior at the University of North Dakota. I am pursuing a degree in Math education. I recently completed a course in linear algebra and received a B+ for a grade. I have done some tutoring in several different levels of math up to and including calculus. Currently, I am following the B.S. program in Math and Economics at the University of North Dakota preparing for graduate study in Economics or Actuarial Science. This program will equip me with the latest knowledge of quantitative techniques and methods in finance. Before matriculating towards being an Actuary, I chose to [more]

Hi! I graduated cum laude with a Bachelor's degree in Sociology from Princeton University! I am interested in tutoring for the ACT because I scored a 36 while I was in high school, and I scored a 770 on SAT Math and 800 on the SAT Math II subject test. I have taught English abroad during my college career: I spent a summer teaching English to future English teachers in Jishou China, and I spent a week teaching a humor class in English to Japanese high schoolers! I also spent many of my week-l... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.91 11 ratings

I was a TA in linear algebra in National Chengchi University (Spring 1998). You cannot learn quantum physics, fluid mechanics, material mechanics, continuum mechanics, elastic mechanics without linear algebra. I took all of the above. When I was TA in Physical Chemistry II at U of Iowa, I gave two hours of brief review on linear algebra to prepare my students for quantum physics. Sorry for putting PhD on the title. It is nothing but marketing. Yes, I did publish and propose several new mathematical methods. But it is not really critical to tutoring. Enthusiasm is more important than degree. I [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.76 156 ratings

I have tutored perhaps a few dozen students in linear algebra, most of them at a fairly introductory level (matrices, linear transformations, linear independence, rank, nullity, Gaussian elimination, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, applications to systems of linear differential equations, etc.). A number of courses I took while a graduate student relied heavily on linear algebra, including multivariate statistics including a lot of material on Wishart distributions, linear statistical models, statistical uses of singular value decompositions, etc.) While a lecturer in applied mat [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.64 215 ratings

I have completed two quarter-long upper division math courses in linear algebra with grades of A. I have tutored the topic and was a paid paper-grader for the course. In addition to the under-graduate course work, I have taken graduate course work in linear models, which is based largely on linear algebra. I provide one-to one assistance in problem solving, following proofs, geometrical interpretation, and conceptual understanding. I have tutored courses in high school geometry and algebra, trigonometry, college algebra, finite math, pre-calculus, short calculus, single-variable calculus, [more]

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