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It happens to all of us. Sometimes we end up with that one math professor who we just can't learn from. We sit in class and take all the notes we can, but for some reason it just doesn't click. This is especially common for engineering and science students, who often need to learn dense subjects like Linear Algebra and Differential Equations to get their degrees. If you're in this situation, the best help you can get is from a fellow college student who has already been through it. My name... [more]

I have taken a 4 credit linear algebra course at Boston University that I have consistently used as a tutoring method for both electronics and mechanics courses during my time as a teaching assistant at BU. Linear Algebra has become something that I use on a very regular basis for tutoring as well as solving my own systems of equations. Hi, My name is Eric M. and I'm a graduate of Electrical Engineering at Boston University. Currently, I work full-time at BAE Systems in Endicott, NY as a software engineer and am tutoring part-time. At Boston University, I worked as a Teaching Assistant for [more]

As a engineer and science student linear algebra is a necessary topic. Linear algebra arises in most real world problems and is helpful when analyzing systems. Due to my work being related to computational engineering and the large systems of algebraic equations that are found in this field I am knowledgeable in the fundamental analytical tools, and the numerical methods for solving linear algebra problems. I am a PhD student at Syracuse University studying mechanical and aerospace engineering. My engineering background has required knowledge in a broad range of mathematical subjects. I am wel [more]

I received 1 of only 3 A's in a large class of linear algebra. I tutored a multitude of students in application as well as theory. I have also taken advanced math courses in which linear algebra was used. I feel I have strong understanding of this subject. I am currently 20 years old and a senior college student at SUNY POLY. I'd like to transfer into the Syracuse university graduate mathematics program and obtain my Ph.D and conduct research in the field of mathematics. I have my associates degree in mathematics and a separate associates degree in computer science from Mohawk Valley Commu [more]

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Specifically, I have tutored in college Linear Algebra in the material which would be covered in a semester course, including the topics below. I have taken the basic Linear Algebra courses, as well as the honors version, and have had to apply these concepts to other fields such as Lie Algebras. Here are specific areas in Linear Algebra in which I am knowledgeable: Matrices, Vectors, Linear Combinations, Gaussian Elimination, Span, Matrix Operations, Invertibility, Partitioned/Block Matrices, LU Decomposition, Linear Transformations, Determinants, Subspaces, Basis, Dimensions, Eigenvalues, Eig [more]

I can help with the following linear algebra topics, among others: the basics of solving systems of equations using matrices, determinants, eigenvalue equations, linear transformations, linear independence, and bases and dimension, orthogonalization, and normalization. I am ready to help with proofs, too! I have taught linear algebra and tutored many students successfully for linear algebra, too. Hello Potential Students! It is a pleasure to be considered for your supplemental learning. My background includes undergraduate and graduate graduate degrees in Management. I have a tutoring and tea [more]

I minored in Mathematics for both my undergraduate and graduate degrees, majored in Aerospace Engineering. I studied Linear Algebra and Linear Programing both at the undergraduate and the graduate level. I am proficient in the Linear Algebra and Linear Programming different methods, techniques, and skills. Master's of Science in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Tech with a 4.0 major GPA. A very strong background in Mathematics and broad-based experience in the different analytical/numerical approaches, method,s and techniques. Also a very strong background and broad-based experience in Phy [more]

I have an undergraduate degree in mathematics. I also hold a graduate degree in mathematics and other subjects as well. I have taken linear algebra as a student and have taught linear algebra on the college level as an adjunct professor. I have also successfully tutored linear algebra to numerous college students over the years. I am a life-long educator. I absolutely love to help students succeed at making their lives better by helping them to learn how to help themselves with integrity and honesty. I have decades of successful experience in teaching high school, at the university and graduat [more]

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