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Will travel 30 miles

$35 per hour.

4.95 42 ratings

I possess a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics, and one of courses required to earn that degree was Linear Algebra. I tutored several of my classmates while taking this course and am still familiar with all aspects of the course. In a globally competitive economy, we demand more of our students. Math can be hard, but it doesn't have to be! Personalized education and hard work can make all the difference - my experience as a teacher allows me to help students master state standards while making learning more interesting and relevant. I am committed to seeing students reach their full potenti [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$40 per hour.

4.92 90 ratings

I have taken and passed a Linear Algebra course at UNCW while achieving by B.S in Mathematics and Statistics. I have also tutored many students in this course while working at Bear Hall in the Math Lab at UNCW. Hello, I graduated from UNCW class of 2004 with a B.S. degree in Mathematics and Statistics. I've been tutoring math for more than ten years and I am currently a math instructor at a community college going into my 6th year. As a youth minister at a church in Durham, NC, I have volunteered to tutor many young and older church members as well as people from in the community. I teach [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$35 per hour.

4.9 10 ratings

I just received my Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. One of our foundation courses in the program was Linear Algebra. I completed this course early on and successfully obtained an A+. I was then able to tutor others in the course in the tutoring center at my college. Hello! My name is Alicia, I have a bachelor of science degree in mathematics, and I have been a mathematics tutor for about 8 years. I've also taught GED math and high school algebra in a classroom setting. I'm here to help you succeed and build your confidence. I have tutored a range of ages and subjects from basic algeb [more]

I am finishing my PhD in applied mathematics. I have taught linear algebra and differential equation classes as a teaching assistant for undergraduate students. I have a strong background on this subject. I am finishing my PhD in applied mathematics at University of California Merced and I will be living in Carrboro, NC starting in June. I have a math major BSc and MSc in mathematics from Turkey. I will be working as an instructor at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in math department starting in August. I would like to tutor students who may need support for their math skills. I [more]

I have taught all three of my children linear algebra in support of their homeschooling. In pursuit of my engineering degree, I utilized linear algebra in many of my classes including physics and mechanical engineering classes. I earned my BS in Electrical Engineering in '92. My teaching experience includes two years as a faculty member at Wake Technical Community College teaching electrical, electronics, mechanical, safety, and MS office classes. I love to read, write, and teach. My passion is to explain not only how to resolve problems but also about application. I was two classes shy [more]

I can help with almost any subject in Mathematics and Computer Science. I've tutored for more than 12 years, worked as a teaching assistant for Calculus sequence and PDEs, and taught math courses for a few years at community colleges in Houston area. I especially like tutoring Matlab, Calculus and Linear Algebra. I have a MS in Applied Math from the University of Houston and a BS with dual major in Math/Comp Sci. My goal is to teach a student to learn on their own and be able to keep up wit... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

I have taught several classes on the college level pertaining to college mathematics and college algebra. I also have an 80 hour mathematics degree with a minor in education. Hello! My name is Dave, and I am a retired high school mathematics teacher and middle school principal. I have extensive experience in the teaching profession ranging from the middle school level all the way to teaching college classes. Past teaching experiences have included algebra I and II, geometry, general math, Intro to College Math, and college algebra. I have been tutoring students of all levels for the past fiv [more]

Like all mathematics subjects I offer, I have completed advanced coursework in linear algebra. Further, because many topics in physics and differential equations make heavy use of linear algebra, I have much experience tutoring the subject as a companion to other courses. My name is Mike, and I am currently in Physics Education Research at NC State. I have a bachelor's in Physics and a master's in Acoustics, as well as over 5 years of physics tutoring experience. I have the ability to explain complex topics simply and clearly, as I focus on problem solving and critical thinking over memorizing [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

4.91 35 ratings

I excelled in linear algebra at Duke and took many subsequent classes that built upon it. Linear algebra is one of my favorite math subjects; it bridges the gap between differential equations and the more abstract higher-level courses. As the gateway into group theory (and beyond!), I frequently find myself returning to linear algebra while studying recreationally. I graduated from Duke in 2015 with a double major in Mathematics and English, and I'm currently back living in Wilmington while taking a semester away from law school at UNC-Chapel Hill. My tutoring experience began in earnest dur [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.97 176 ratings

In my time as an undergraduate and thereafter, a graduate student in mathematics, I have taken and passed courses in Linear Algebra. I have also tutored many students not only in this subject, but also in related fields such as Numerical Analysis and Differential Equations. This beautiful subject is best taught, in my opinion, with an emphasis on concrete application and a fair amount of hand computation. But it also serves as a testing ground for more abstract thinking, via proofs of "theoretical" results, as well as being well-suited for cross-disciplinary examples from physics, statistic [more]

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