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When I became a college student, I was offered a position at my University's math tutoring center. Because of my previous experiences as a tutor, I was up for the new challenge. During my Sophomore year, I became a Teacher's Assistant working in classes of 25-40 students. Throughout my various experiences, I learned that I had a knack for figuring out the way people think and what methods help certain people grasp a new concept best. A problem facing many students in Math is that a majority ... [more]

Will travel 35 miles

$40 per hour.

4.74 111 ratings

I have had two linear algebra courses during my undergraduate college learning and another combined with abstract algebra for a graduate course. I have taught linear algebra in context of Precalculus and Algebra 2. APPROACH My goal is student understanding, building on a student's existing understanding level and familiar contexts, and looking for ways to help remembrance of procedures/concepts. I will look to determine and address the root or cause of a student's difficulties. I will seek to coordinate my instruction with what the student is learning in the classroom. MY OBJECTIVE FOR A S [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$55 per hour.

4.72 205 ratings

I passed Linear Algebra with an A in the Fall of 2010 at Kutztown University. I have been a curious student my whole life and I like to pass on not just knowledge, but my love of learning. I graduated High School with a GPA above 4.0 and immediately joined the US Navy in their Nuclear Propulsion program. I spent 4 years in the Navy learning about nuclear reactors and then decided to start a family when I got out. Since then I have finished my BS in Physics with a minor in Math graduating Cum Laude. I also was inducted into the physics honor society, Sigma Pi Sigma,... [more]

Will travel 8 miles

$65 per hour.

4.94 233 ratings

In my 15 years of experience in scientific research as a graduate student and research professor, I have made extensive use of linear algebra in my own research work and have to helped train others in the use of linear algebra for their research. Thus, I can not only explain linear algebra to students, but also provide examples of how it is used in real-life applications. I am a Yale-trained Ph.D. with over 10 years of experience teaching and doing interdisciplinary science research. Yes, I actually have publications involving most of the subjects I tutor in. I am fond of using analogies to [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$70 per hour.

4.83 1261 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 grew up a classical pianist with a love for numbers. I was an excellent test taker and was able to transition from the piano department to the mathematics department while in school. I've since gone into software and have been involved in many high profile industry projects over the years, including Google Docs and Google Assistant. In high school, I worked with friends to improve both their grades and test scores. In college, I taught Linear Algebra and Probability, and tutored privatel... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.71 14 ratings

I have a 4.0 in my undergraduate linear algebra course, and successfully achieved my B.A. in mathematics. I am actively interested in algebra as a whole, including linear algebra. I have also helped other students out with linear algebra before as a tutor. Hi! I am Rob and I am currently a graduate student at University of Albany. I have tutored math both in high school and college. I have my B.A. in Mathematics from SUNY Potsdam and a M.A. in Mathematics from University at Albany. I tutored through various departments both at SUNY Potsdam and University at Albany. I have taught a Preparation [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$70 per hour.

4.91 103 ratings

I have a Ph.D. in Operations Research and I had a full graduate level course in Linear Programming which is heavily based on Linear Algebra. I have worked in industry using Linear Algebra techniques to solve business problems. Mathematics is my strong suit, followed by Physics. My top performance in these gained me admission to the most sought out Mechanical Engineering program at a prestigious engineering college where only 1 % of students who wrote the entrance exam gained admission. I have tutored many students successfully in preparing for SAT, SAT Math I, SAT Math II, Pre-Calculus, [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

4.79 259 ratings

The understanding of the importance of the applications of linear algebra to many different fields has grown significantly in recent years. As a result, students in many different majors are now required to complete linear algebra courses. I completed the basic undergraduate linear algebra course (for math majors) while obtaining my Bachelor's degree in math. I also completed a graduate level linear algebra course. In addition, I have a good appreciation for the applications of linear algebra in science (particularly physics), engineering, and other fields. While at Penn State Wilkes-Barr [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$225 per hour.

4.92 263 ratings

Linear Algebra might sound easy ("Linear, that's like lines, right? I know those!"..."Algebra, I know Algebra inside and out!") but combine the words in that specific order and you've got something very different: a course that requires you to forfeit a chunk of your previous math knowledge and start again. If you're taking Linear Algebra, you've probably already worked with vectors and matrices. As it turns out, up to this point, we've been kind of taking our ability to work with these constructs for granted. All of the foundations need to be mathematically built from the ground up in an n-d [more]

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