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Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 308 ratings

I have taught Linear Algebra for several semesters and have experience with both engineering and computer science based versions of the course. I also have a good understanding of the applied mathematics and sciences concepts of the subject, such as linear mapping between spaces, complex transformations, and applications to vector fields. I majored in Philosophy/Computer Science and minored in Mathematics in college. I tutor math, physics, general engineering, writing and test prep for high school, college and adult students. I also work with mentally disabled, ADD, autistic and bipolar studen [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.83 71 ratings

As a professional engineer and former engineering instructor, I taught the first class every engineer takes - Engineering Mechanics: Statics, which deals with bodies at rest and why they are rest. Linear Algebra comprises the first chapter of every Statics textbook. I am a practicing civil engineer with 20 years of engineering and teaching experience. I am a registered professional engineer in Oklahoma and California. I have taught statistics, physics, general physical science, algebra, calculus, statics, dynamics, surveying, and SolidWorks CAD in the past. I am available weekday evenings [more]

I am a PHD student at OU and my research area is related with Linear algebra. I took so many advanced linear algebra classes and did research about this subject. Starting from elementary school, I have always been successful at mathematics and won so many math competitions in my home country. My mathematic professor directed me to get higher education at mathematics and I gained a nationwide scholarship to get my PHD education at U.S. For that reason, I choose my carrier at Mathematics. Currently, I am earning a PhD at the University of Oklahoma. I have been teaching different level of m [more]

Algebra itself is an extensive topic in the field of mathematics, and I have taken courses in Linear and Abstract Algebra. Linear Algebra was less theoretical and had many application-type problems, but in Abstract Algebra the theory of vector spaces is explored in much more detail. From these courses I have developed a strong intuition for both the practical and theoretical aspects of Linear Algebra. I have also privately tutored students who thought they were going to fail the course into getting grades that surprised them. [more]

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