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Will travel 20 miles

$83 per hour.

4.89 492 ratings

I have a Minor in Math and have done a lot of programming involving Linear Algebra throughout both my business and scientific work. If you are looking for someone to help you where others have failed, or if you just want the best, then I'm definitely your tutor. Key focus must be on the student overcoming any mental barriers he/she may have to understanding the subjects. I teach concepts first and test taking second. If you know the concepts, the test results follow, but test taking strategies are also emphasized. I specialize in college level courses but am willing to tutor the highly mot [more]

Linear algebra is widely used in the study of elementary particles both in physics and mechanical engineering. I have used linear algebra very comprehensively in quantum mechanics, fluid mechanics, astrophysics and almost in every other course in physics. I am a Physics tutor with a passion to teach Physics and Math to students. I work at a private school as a Physics teacher. During my spare time I read my graduate physics books as I want to pursue doctoral studies in Physics. I consider myself as a very patient person and I am willing to travel or meet the student at a library or some ot [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$60 per hour.

4.83 1235 ratings

I have been teaching Linear Algebra for three years now. I can teach graphic linear equations, solving them by substitution, algebraically, and by elimination. I was on the Math team many years ago, and I could do the problems faster than any other team members. I also have an extensive Math background due to being in the field of Finances, teaching for the GED and the ASVAB tests. I am also a graduate of New York University, which has only a 30% acceptance rate. I enjoy teaching all aspects of Algebra. [more]

I took linear algebra courses as part of my Electrical Engineering degree. Hello! I first began tutoring when I was in high school, where I helped underclassmen with math and physics. That's when I learned that I had a talent for helping students grasp mathematical concepts and improving their grades. Since then I've done it regularly as a source of income. I attended Boston University from 2009 to 2013, where I received an Alexander Graham Bell scholarship to study engineering. I began in the Mechanical program, but switched to Electrical in my sophomore year. At... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$120 per hour.

4.98 241 ratings

Linear Algebra is a big part of Risk Management and Portfolio Construction in Financial Math. In addition to my MS in FinMath from University of Chicago, I've also passed the final exam in Advanced Risk and Portfolio Management Bootcamp. Estimating covariance matrix and diagonalizing it via eigenvectors and their eigenvalues is an exercise which I've done many times in the past. Another area which comes up many times in Financial Math and inseparably related to Linear Algebra is Regression Analysis, i.e. x_hat = (A_t*A)^(-1) * (A_t*b). Yet another area of my expertise (and also connected to [more]

Will travel 13 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 6 ratings

Linear Algrabra forms the foundation of equations. Since I deal with complicated equations most times while solving Engineering problems, I have a thorough foundation regarding this subject at various complexity levels and could help anyone having troubles along this line. Since I have done my Aerospace Engineering in my undergraduate school and Mechanical Engineering during my Masters degree I have a strong background in Mathematics. I have tutored during my undergraduate school while being a research assistant and also during my graduate school part time to students ranging from grades 3rd t [more]

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