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I took two linear algebra classes in college (undergrad and a graduate level course at a university) and got A's in both. I do not have any experience teaching it but I explained concepts and helped fellow classmates with homework. I have also already started reviewing my old lecture slides to prepare to tutor. My experience in teaching and tutoring as a former graduate student instructor for junior engineering statistics classes at UofM. And I was also a former adjunct instructor for a Hadoop Computing course at EMU. I have tutored various students in ACT, precalculus and physics. Student [more]

As an undergraduate student, I passed Linear Algebra and Advanced Linear Algebra classes. As an instructor of Math at different colleges and universities I taught the class of "Linear Algebra" to many different population of students. In this class, I try to cover some basic Linear Algebra such as Matrices and the algebra of these matrices. Solving systems of equations using different techniques and methods, as well as space and its operations and their features. Dear Student, I know that majority of our students hate math and physics. In my tutoring or teaching experience, I try to start any [more]

I received a B.S. in Physics with a minor in mathematics from Wayne State University, for which linear algebra was a core component in all of my upper level course work. - Received an A in my linear algebra course at Wayne State University (MAT 2250). - Informal experience teaching concepts in linear algebra, especially in relation to physics (e.g. Kirchoff laws, geometrical optics, tensors, etc.). I have a year of formal experience in teaching college level intro physics courses in a classroom setting, as well as much, much more informal tutoring experience. I have always received great feed [more]

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I have an advanced degree in mathematics and tutored at Michigan State University's Math Learning Center while I was in grad school. I've tutored this subject there some and also tutored it occasionally while I was an undergraduate myself. It's one of my all-time favorite courses (it's a toss up between linear and "discrete" math, which covers combinatorics, proof techniques, and logic) and I find it easier to motivate students in this subject because it's relevant to so many different fields (Many of the concepts from linear algebra are used frequently in econometrics, numerical analysis, dat [more]

I have a doctorate in electrical engineering and my master's was in control systems, which uses linear algebra extensively. I have taken the class myself in the math department at MSU and in the electrical engineering department 6 at MSU. I have also tutored the subject before and I am very strong in it. I am a current math and physics teacher and a part-time college professor. I consider myself an expert in what I teach and tutor and care that my students achieve success. As I tutor I also counsel my students on their education choices. My experience in tutoring started since I was in high sc [more]

I am qualified to teach Linear Algebra because I am a Mathematics major at Wayne State University and I believe I am qualified to tutor students with this subject because of the following reasons. I took this course at Wayne State in the spring/summer semester of 2016 and I have received a B (grade) in the course. I thoroughly enjoyed Linear Algebra. And I know most of the concepts of Linear Algebra still. While I was a Teaching Assistant at Wayne State University, students who were taking that course would come to me during my office hours and I would guide them on how to solve each problem s [more]

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