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Will travel 15 miles

$55 per hour.

4.94 285 ratings

I've taken bother upper and lower division linear algebra, and I have a bachelor's degree in mathematics. Furthermore, I've tutored linear algebra before. Thank you for your time and interest! I have a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Berkeley and have been a full-time tutor since I graduated from college in 2009. The reason why I have been lucky enough to have been able to work full-time as tutor is that I retain my clients. I work with both high school and college level students. Since I have a degree in math, I can tutor higher level mathematics courses, like Calculus I, II, II, bus [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.84 438 ratings

I have a B.A. and M.S. in Mathematics. During my undergraduate studies I got a 4.0 in Elementary Linear Algebra and a 3.9 in Linear Algebra. I have several successful experiences tutoring college students in algebra at various levels. I have 15 years of experience teaching mathematics to students of all ages and backgrounds, but I especially enjoy tutoring students one-on-one where I can focus on the student's individual learning needs. I have taught and tutored elementary, middle school, high school, and college students in arithmetic through pre-calculus. I have taught mathematics to stu [more]

I have a PhD in control system which is basically built upon linear algebra and I taught linear algebra at Cal State university at Long beach. I have served as a lecturer, a teaching assistant, as well as a mentor and advisor for undergraduate and graduate students. Interaction with students at various levels has been a rewarding endeavor for me for two main reasons. The first is the joy of seeing the difference I can make as students gain new insights, become more interested in a subject and develop new scientific results. Second, it has taught me how to articulate for my interest in an acade [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$49 per hour.

4.98 1137 ratings

I've taught Linear Algebra courses more than 8 times during my career. I've also applied the techniques an concepts in the subject to many other courses, such as Linear Programming, Numerical Analysis, and other Optimization courses. I'm a college professor with 25+ years of experience teaching mathematics and computer programming. My favorite subjects include precalculus, calculus, linear algebra, optimization and numerical analysis. I believe the only way to learn mathematics or computer programming is by working through many exercises and problems. There's no way around this. It doesn't [more]

In college, I took a year of formal linear algebra in a class called "Vectors and Matrices". In my years of studying physics especially quantum mechanics - I used linear algebra extensively ... all of QM is based on determining the eigenstates, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors of a physical situation w/ Schroedinger's wave eq, etc. Likewise, in my many years of studying physics and practicing physics research professionally, I have used linear algebra to build data analysis models (e.g., determining rate constants of a complicated chemical reaction, etc.). [more]

I have taken a course in linear algebra, as well as an advanced electromagnetism course and an advanced quantum mechanics course, both of which utilize linear algebra regularly. I have also tutored students at the University of Pennsylvania on this subject. I am a physics Ph.D student at the University of California, Riverside. I have worked as a Mathematics tutor there for around 3 years. I graduated from St. John's College with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts, which breaks down into a double major in the History of Math and Science, and Philosophy, and a double major in Classical Studies [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$55 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I taught this subject about 3 years to high school and college students. I also took this course when I was in college and my graduate program. I have an experience with physics and math teaching as a tutor for high school students and as a TA for collage students. My teaching subject is various physics and math subjects from TA, tutoring, and research experience. From the previous experience, I started to love to see student and make them learning and understanding the principle of math and physics. I started to teach all the subjects of middle school and high school math when I was in [more]

As to my background and credentials in this area I spent 23 years working for the Department of the Air Force overseeing the design and testing of feedback and control systems that were used in programs such as Talon Gold which was a pointing and tracking laser weapon for use in space. When SDI came into existence this program was changed to a new program called Pathfinder but with the same mission. These programs required the knowledge and use of state space and linear system principles which are based on a major use of linear algebra and differential equations to assure system stability. I h [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

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As a visiting Professor at University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown PA, I taught Programming using MATLAB and Electric Circuit Theory classes for Two Semesters. There, I applied Principles of Linear Algebra Extensively in Solving Loop Currents and Node Voltage Problems. Shailesh affectionately called by the students at Mathnasium as Sky, graduated from the University of Texas, Austin with a Masters degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Sky has been teaching Math for past five (5) years at various Mathnasiums in Escondido, Rancho Penasquitos, Carlsbad, San Marcos and now in Oceanside. He [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$90 per hour.

5.0 151 ratings

At its core, linear algebra is just a more economic way of writing concepts from other mathematical disciplines, from algebra to differential equations. This syntax makes it ideal for performing scalable computations on machines in a memory-efficient way. I received A's in linear algebra in high school and multiple undergraduate classes. Classes such as Stochastic modeling, Deterministic optimization, and Intro to C++ all required in-depth knowledge of linear algebra. Common topics include reduced row echelon form, eigenvectors, and Laplace transforms. [more]

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