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Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.94 439 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]

I taken 2 undergraduate courses and 1 graduate course in the subject of Linear Algebra. I have tutors the subject for 3 years. I have also TA'd for a mathematical physics course at UCSC which covered the core linear algebra concepts. I am currently a physics Ph.D. at the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC). I have been a teaching assistant for over two years at UCSC. Prior to beginning my Ph.D. studies at UCSC, I was an undergraduate at Western Washington University. While in WA state, I was a math and physics tutor for 5 years. I love to work with students to help them gain joy and in [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.78 322 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]

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 4 ratings

I took linear algebra as a freshman in college and did well such that I was able to tutor my classmates. Additionally, I also took advanced math and engineering classes that would heavily apply linear algebra concepts such as thermodynamics and transport phenomena. Of all the math subjects, I am most passionate about linear algebra (along with calculus). I love and have worked at the learning process for a long time. Through observing my students' successes and drawing from my own learning experiences, I have a good understanding of what works. I'm excited about helping students of all levels [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]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.67 36 ratings

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]

Will travel 10 miles

$85 per hour.

4.98 52 ratings

The subject matter of linear algebra was studied when I was in college and then used throughout my graduate studies and career as a research scientist. In general, I teach students how to solve problems, and then lead students through understanding why the subject is introduced and what is the connection within itself and with the other subjects. In such a way, students will see the big picture and develop essential conceptual and intuitive understanding of the subject matter. Moreover, the acquired perspective allows students to retain whatever they learn in their long-term memory. [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$65 per hour.

4.57 462 ratings

Experience in linear algebra begins at the high school level to the graduate studies in electrical engineering. These topics included linear equations, determinants, matrices, orthogonal matrices, linear transformations, vectors, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, complex vector spaces, real inner product spaces, vector spaces with matrices, linear differential calculus. In addition to the above academic experience at a high school and college level mathematics, advanced applied topics in graduate electrical engineering included my experience in the applications of linear systems to circuit analys [more]

In spring 2013, I took a Linear Algebra and Differential Equations course at UC Berkeley, which I passed with an A grade. I have studied basic matrix operations, determinants, inverses, eigenvalues and eigenvectors (both real and complex), diagonalization, orthogonality, and symmetric matrices. Although I have not tutored linear algebra professionally, I often helped my peers with understanding the fundamentals of linear algebra as well as the more complex problems and concepts. I graduated from the University of California Berkeley and earned a B.A. in Applied Mathematics with a concentratio [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$65 per hour.

5.0 18 ratings

I took linear algebra at UC Davis and received an A+. Hi, my name is Jonathan and I graduated with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from UC Davis. I?m offering my tutoring services in hopes of helping students reach their academic goals. I myself went through extensive tutoring for numerous subjects as a high school student. Tutors are responsible for ensuring that students are able perform exceptionally on tests with the learned subject material. Tests are extremely important, as they are the basic means of assessing material knowledge. They bec... [more]

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