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Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.99 108 ratings

I am currently Florida certified 6-12. For the past 30 years I have taught and tutored a class called Integrated Math which is after Algebra 2. I have also taught and tutored intermediate and college algebra over the past 10 years. I am recently retired from the Broward County School System. I have a Florida teaching certificate valid through June 2020. I am certified in math 6-12, ESOL and Psychology. I have 39 years of experience mostly at the high school and college level. My areas of expertise are in Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, College Readiness and Trigonometry at the high school level [more]

Linear Algebra is something that I have done over and over again over the course of my growing up years. I mastered it during my school days and consistently scored highest marks in Maths. Then prepared for IIT JEE (Advanced SAT), and Maths was my strongest. Over the years of practice again again has made Linear Algebra second nature to me. It comes naturally to me and I can teach it commandingly. I have grown up in a very competitive environment in India. This invariably required on my part to put an extra effort to stay ahead. I got admitted to the one the leading research colleges in India [more]

Will travel 4 miles

$75 per hour.

5.0 23 ratings

Linear algebra is often included as either a stand-alone course or as part of an economics course. In economics courses or applied math, linear algebra courses generally focus on matrix construction and vector operations to solve linear systems of equations. This has a wide variety of applications in optimization problems (linear programming) and solving certain differential equations. Foundational linear algebra courses focus on vector spaces and properties of matrices, looking not just at solving systems of linear equations through row reduction but other ways to transform matrices. Fro [more]

As an undergraduate in both mathematics and engineering I took over 4 courses in linear algebra. As a graduate I took 2 courses in linear algebra. At the heart of linear algebra is the manipulation of spaces and accounting for variables in these spaces. The basic approach to studying linear algebra to understand that you are dealing with n-dimensional vector spaces which in one way or another are in relation to each other. If we understand the relations between these spaces we can understand their impact on one another. [more]

Linear algebra is the branch of mathematics that is concerned with mathematical structures such as matrices and determinants. This includes the theory of systems of linear equations, vector spaces, and their transformation properties. The structures are called ?closed? under the operations of addition and scalar multiplication because using these two operations on these structures simply results in a similar structure. Linear algebra allows the analysis of rotations in space, least squares fitting, solution of coupled differential equations, analytic geometry, as well as many other problems in [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$37 per hour.

5.0 17 ratings

I passed a course in Linear Algebra at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences of NYU. I used matrix theory as part of college course in multi-DoF vibration theory that I taught. I applied linear algebra when teaching graduate course in finite element structural analysis. Retired Professor of Mechanical Engineering wants to help students over the "rough spots." I have the ability to motivate students, and clarify all the difficult parts of their curriculum. Many years of teaching undergraduate and graduate courses enables me to focus on what students find puzzling. This leads to gr [more]

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