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Will travel 5 miles

$109 per hour.

4.99 1423 ratings

My PhD is in Physics where extensive use of linear algebra occurs. I have pear reviewed published papers in theoretical quantum mechanics where the overlying structure relies on linear algebra. Finally, I've tutored college level linear algebra courses for years. (( HIGHEST RATINGS! )) PARENTS: Bring the full weight of a PhD, as tutor, and student advocate. Hello Students! If you need help with mathematics, physics, or engineering, I'd be glad to help out. With dedication, every student succeeds, so don?t despair! Learning new disciplines keeps me very aware of the struggles all studen [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

4.94 97 ratings

Studying linear algebra is much like learning a new language, or a new logical system where you have to think about proofs and axioms more so than in previous semesters of calculus. From my background in philosophy I offer helpful ways to think about vector spaces and axiomatic systems, which is typically what students struggle with in linear algebra. Having scored near the top of my linear algebra class at Penn I will also help build confidence in solving linear equations, though most students find the computational aspect of the mathematics less difficult than the theory. [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$75 per hour.

4.76 66 ratings

I have tutored in the U. of Penn version of this course, Math 240, for many students and have designed and conducted interviews for prospective tutors in the subject for the Tutoring Center. I also have a graduate-level knowledge of the subject. I am currently a graduate student and teaching assistant in Mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania. During the course of my studies I have run recitations and workshops for mathematics courses from the pre-freshman to the postgraduate level, and have planned, designed, and taught two full-credit summer courses from scratch. I have been privately [more]

I took linear algebra in high school and college. I used matrices extensively in my chemical engineering courses to solve problems. I have a strong knowledge of linear algebra. Hello! My name is Crystal, I'm a graduate in Chemical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. I have worked in the automotive industry and currently work in medical devices as a Quality Engineer. I have a long history with tutoring from helping my buddy in 3rd grade to working as a college mentor and tutor to high school students in STEM fields and with ACT/SAT preparation and everything in between! I also r [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$125 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

During my PhD work, I taught labs and tutored in college-level physics. This included designing experiments, supervising lab, and grading assignments. I also have experience as a high school and college math/physics tutor. I am available to tutor any level of physics, as well as calculus, linear algebra, or differential equations. I also am open to opportunities for SAT, ACT, GRE, or MCAT test prep. The key to successful math tutoring is to find problem-solving methods that both make se... [more]

Education: ? PhD in Physics from The University of Edinburgh, 2013 to Now (Thesis: Evaluation-Efficient Multidimensional Numerical Integration) ? MS in Scientific Computing from New York University, 2005 to 2007 (Thesis: Solar System Simulation with 3-D Visualization) ? BS in Computer Science and Mathematics from James Madison University, 1998 to 2002 and 2004 to 2005... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.0 3 ratings

I received a bachelors in Chemical Engineering with a 3.7 GPA. I have successfully completed as well as tutored Principles of Chemical Engineering, Fluids/Transport, Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Separations, along with other chemical engineering elective. I am currently pursuing a PhD in Chemical Engineering. Regarding math courses, I made an A in Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Calculus 1,2 and 3. I have tutored these courses as well for Auburn University and Gordon College and I currently tutor these courses. [more]

Will travel 8 miles

$75 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I have a minor in Mathematics and BS in Electrical Engineering. Part of the coursework were multiples courses in Linear Algebra. Specifically, using Linear Algebra to solve differential equations problems. I have taken Linear Algebra 1 and 2. I have been helping students with their math and science courses for over 12 years. I have advanced degrees in Engineering and Business, as well as a Professional Engineer's Licensure in Electrical Engineering. I am highly proficient in all math courses, from basic Algebra all the way through Differential Equations. I am also highly proficient in al [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$100 per hour.

4.69 26 ratings

I have taken many math classes that incorporate linear algebra. I took math 220 at Penn State which involved solving systems of equations using matrices. I also took math 230 at Penn State, which was calculus and vector analysis of three dimensional equations. I just graduated from Penn State with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. I graduated from Penn State with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering in December 2015. I have spent the past year working as a packaging engineer for a company that manufactures medical devices. My degree required years of math and mechanic [more]

I have been teaching Linear Algebra at Drexel University for the past 11 years and it is one of my favorite subjects to teach. Depending on how Linear Algebra is taught, it can be either a beautiful and highly enjoyable subjects to study or it can be the opposite! I believe that to most of my students and YouTube viewers, Linear Algebra belongs the the former category. In either case, the subject is well worth the time investment: in this day and age, it is perhaps the most important subject in mathematics as it is very relevant to computation and analysis of data. [more]

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