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Will travel 18 miles

$50 per hour.

4.94 522 ratings

I have taught linear algebra at CSULA and have over the past few years also tutored several Linear Algebra students from CSUSJ, SCU, USF, UCSF and other local colleges. I have a BS in mathematics and over 50 units in Post Graduate mathematics. Hi, my name is James. I am an experienced, patient, and personable tutor of science, mathematics, software, and technology. Science: I have had the pleasure of serving as a high school science chair teaching chemistry and physics. My focus for the past few years has been tutoring Chemistry (AP, and Honors) as well as College Chemistry. Math: I have sev [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.96 493 ratings

I've taken and received an A- in both Linear Algebra and Intermediate Linear algebra. It was my favorite class that I took in my Math major, and I would feel very comfortable tutoring it. I tutored this subject informally with peers in the math center on campus. I have quite a bit of experience as a teacher, tutor, and trainer in a variety of areas. Through high school and college I was a math tutor and have been tutoring professionally for the past two years around 70 hours each week while my fiancee attends graduate school. I have worked with at least 10 different students in all major mathe [more]

Will travel 7 miles

$120 per hour.

4.75 12 ratings

The study of Linear spaces. Linear models are some of the most basic models to learn but are also some of the most useful. Linear algebra includes the study of vector spaces(looking at the difference between dependent and independent vectors, column space, row spaces, null space, etc.), linear transformations (often in the form of matrices), and the invertible matrix theorem. Since matrices are a big part of linear algebra, matrix determines, eigenvalues and eigenvectors are essential. Finally, Linear Algebra has many applications include it's use in linear regression (for multiple variables), [more]

Linear algebra is basic to almost all parts of mathematics, and I have a Ph.D. in Mathematics. I have published many papers that use linear algebra. I have written many computer programs that use such topics in linear as algebra matrix factorization and eigen vectors. I have tutored many students in linear algebra I have a Ph.D. in Math, and taught math and applied math and worked in the industry in applied math for over twenty years. I have tutored in Calculus , Vector Calculus, Linear Algebra, Statistics, Probability, Discrete Math and Differential Equations and Physics. My studen [more]

Linear Algebra is vary basic field in mathematics. As holder of advanced degree in mechanical engineering this subject is relatively quite simple. We have also done operations research which can be used to explain linear algebra in simplified form. I was also a gold medalist in math in my graduating class of high school. I enjoy teaching students the subjects of math, physics and chemistry. I do my best to explain the concepts that are required in learning a particular subject and encourage students as they propel in that particular field. No task is too small or too big for me. We will coll [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$80 per hour.

4.87 45 ratings

I tutor linear algebra on a regular basis at my day job. I also have a BA in mathematics, and have taken linear algebra as well as advanced linear algebra. I am a graduate student in Statistics at San Jose State University, and am currently an adjunct math instructor at Cabrillo College. I have extensive experience tutoring math ranging from from high school pre-algebra, all the way through junior college level differential equations; as well as experience tutoring economics, computer science, and physics. I specialize in statistics and calculus.... [more]

I use linear algebra almost everywhere in my STEM courses. I've taken 2 intense linear algebra courses at Stanford (MATH 51 & 113), as well as many other courses that heavily utilize linear algebra (e.g., PHYSICS 61, CS 109, & CS 161). I also took Honors Linear Algebra in high school, so I've had a pretty extensive relationship with the subject. And I enjoy linear algebra quite a lot! Hi, I'm Neil! I'm a B.Sc. Computer Science candidate at Stanford University. Currently, I'm offering tutoring in Linear Algebra, Discrete Math, and Computer Science (i.e., theory, C, C++). My goal is to convert c [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.78 329 ratings

I studied linear algebra during my undergraduate studies as a complement to my other math courses: calculus, advanced calculus, and differential equations. Most importantly, linear algebra provided the basis for my area of specialization for my Masters and PhD degrees. My graduate work focused upon control system analysis and required extensive use of the concepts of matrices and linear spaces. I am very well versed in the use of matrix algebra and calculus to manipulate and solve both linear and differential systems of equations. Given my knowledge and experience, I feel very confident to s [more]

As a physicist I have used linear algebra in a variety of applications. As a student I took may classes that built on the concepts of linear algebra. I believe both of these things have served to deepen my understanding of the subject. I have tutored students privately off and on for over 20 years. I have also worked as an instructor in grad school and am very good at developing a rapport with my students. In addition, I am very patient and always ask about how they are progressing. I try to help elucidate relevance a material with concrete examples where possible.... [more]

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