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I took a class focusing on this subject in the Spring of 2012. I also took a Math Methods course which covered linear algebra as an important topic. During the courses, I was among the top three in the class in grade performance and I finished the class with an A. Also, while in the class, I helped tutor peers in that class on how to do linear algebra. There are many ways to improve oneself. None is quite like the power you get from educating yourself on how to better perform. As America moves forward, jobs are requiring more technical knowledge and expertise. And yet at the same time, the edu [more]

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I have taken many hours of math coursework at the undergraduate and graduate level while studying engineering. Linear Algebra was one of the required courses for completing an undergraduate degree. After learning the theory behind linear algebra, I used the knowledge to solve engineering problems, using both manual and computational techniques, in several other courses such as dynamical systems, vibrations, systems control and computer graphics. Math and science were my favorite subjects throughout my formal schooling and I can help any student improve their knowledge in these courses by help [more]

I, like every engineering student at Northwestern, have taken Linear Algebra at the collegiate level. Proper understanding of linear algebra is a necessary skill for understanding any large system. Many programs, like python and MatLab, use the concepts of linear algebra in their core operations. To be prepared for these problems and to use these tools, and individual needs a strong foundation in linear algebra. I was raised in a family of educators and realized the joys of sharing knowledge with others at a young age. I started tutoring and assistant teaching in 8th grade. I continued in [more]

I started my college career as an architecture student, but quickly switched to physics after becoming infatuated by it. Despite coming from a different academic background than most of my peers, I quickly developed my ability to learn physics and math, and managed to take many extra courses in advanced physics topics like general relativity and quantum field theory. I had already had a bit of experience tutoring math at that point, but I think that diving head-first into physics and creating... [more]

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I have a master's degree in mathematics so it is natural that I have taken advanced courses in both modern and linear algebra. I have also tutored the subject and have been using it in my own research (molecular biochemistry and biophysics). Despite the fact that I can offer assistance in many subjects to students of all ages, my academic credentials and background which include two Master of Science degrees and several years of teaching experience at a college level make me more inclined to work with college and advanced high school students on science (mathematics, physics, chemistry, and bi [more]

I have had several math courses in my undergraduate and graduate level courses including linear algebra and advanced linear algebra. PhD in mechanical engineering. I'm Ehsan, a 29 year old male with a true passion for math and science! I have Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. I have five years of experience in college math including Differential equations, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Calculus 3, and Linear Algebra. Statics, Dynamics and Vibrations are also my favorite topics to tutor for mechanical engineers! I also tutor Algebra, Pre-calculus, Geometry and ACT/ [more]

I have a Bachelor's of Science in Math, from Wheaton College. I have taken Linear Algrebra, and several more advanced, algreba-based classes, including Modern Algebra, Real Analysis, and Complex Analysis. I am confident working with linear systems. Dear potential student, I am math teacher, who studied math and anthropology. I have had a lot of experience tutoring math topics, ranging from pre-algebra to calculus. I have also tutored autistic individuals. Finally, I have a strong background in various social studies fields as well through my work in anthropology, including history and sociolo [more]

I took a college level course in linear algebra while I was an undergraduate student at UIUC. I received a grade of A. Since then, I have used linear algebra extensively in my studies of statistics and machine learning. Linear algebra is one of the most basic building blocks for machine learning and statistics, and I use it regularly. I recently helped teach the part-time data science course at General Assembly. I'm scheduled to teach the next session of the Introduction to Machine Learning course for Bootstrap Data Science. I received two master's degrees and my bachelor's degree from the Un [more]

I have been teaching and tutoring mathematics for over a decade. I always feel fulfilled teaching mathematics, which I believe is what I am created to do: teach and discuss mathematics. Most people whom I have taught eventually become skillful mathematics. I don't just teach mathematics but makes mathematics subjects and courses fun. I make what others call complex concept and idea so lucid that students grasp the ideas so easily. I encourage you to give a trial and I am sure that that trial ... [more]

I took a class in linear algebra in college and passed with an A. Additionally, my doctorate is in a field that routinely uses concepts such as eigenvalue, eigenvectors, matrix multiplication and as such I am familiar with properties such as Hermitian, identity, unitary, inverse, etc. Hello! My name is Erica and I have been tutoring since 2003. In that time I have worked with students in one-on-one settings and small groups of two or three at a time. My students have spanned all education levels and ages, whether I was working with a same-aged peer in grade school to adults my senior. While [more]

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