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Will travel 18 miles

$50 per hour.

4.94 512 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 have a PhD in pure mathematics. I have 5+ years experience teaching and tutoring undergraduate level math courses. I have a PhD in Mathematics from Colorado State University in 2013. I have 5+ years experience teaching and tutoring undergraduate level math courses. I am available to tutor in a variety of math courses for grades 6 and up and also college level courses including algebra, calculus, discrete math, math for social sciences, probability and statistics. I can also help with SAT test preparation for math levels 1 and 2. I am passionate about teaching and have a never-give-up attitu [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.96 490 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]

Will travel 20 miles

$65 per hour.

4.57 472 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]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.78 327 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]

Hi I'm Zoheb! I currently work as a Financial Analyst. I also consult with the Bureau of Labor Statistics/Economic Analysis as an economist analyzing the inflation in the bay area. I graduated from the University of California, San Diego, where I majored in quantitative economics, and political science. I also wrote a dissertation, which was about 100 pages in math/economics/political science to graduate with highest honors (both majors), in 3 years. I have been a tutor to numerous stude... [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]

Will travel 0 miles

$15 per hour.

4.72 69 ratings

I am a PhD degree holder in mathematics. Specifically, my thesis was about applications of Linear Algebra to Geometry. First, I had Linear Algebra on my undergraduate studies and I had the highest grades in that period. I teach Linear Algebra to my students with a great success. I am currently teaching at high school. I have my PhD degree in Mathematics and I enjoy sharing my knowledge with students. Mathematics seems to be very hard for students to understand. What I do in my classes is to try to overcome that "fear" of math in my students mind. Then I do step by step explanation of every [more]

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