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Will travel 10 miles

$95 per hour.

4.88 680 ratings

I've tutored several students in linear algebra since 2001. I first learned the subject as an undergraduate engineer at Penn State. During graduate school as a teaching assistant at MIT, I taught seniors to apply linear algebra to biotechnology using a stoichiometric matrix to estimate metabolite concentrations during bacterial fermentation. As an editor, I helped proofread the solution manual to Poole's linear algebra textbook. I've tutored a wide variety of students from 4th grade to Ph.D. level in many math and science disciplines. I've also co-led several writers' workshops, and I'm a pro [more]

I have tutored students in Linear Algebra for over 15 years, both privately and for the Lexington Public school system as a Home/Hospital tutor. I truly enjoy and have been fortunate to have helped each student gain confidence, be successful learning Linear Algebra, improve their grades and meet their goals. I am certified; my degree is in math. I have tutored students at all levels up through accelerated and all abilities, from struggling to gifted, as well as those with special needs. Do you want better grades and test scores? Do you want to get the most from your classes? Is something holdi [more]

I have a degree in mathematics. I got an A in Linear Algebra. I have 9 years of teaching and tutoring experience. I have been tutoring and teaching math for 12 years. I specialize in math so that I can bring the highest quality instruction to the table. One of my best attributes is being able to quickly assess a student's level of understanding, and being able to build from there. Math is a bottom up subject, and small holes in the foundation can spell disaster down the road. While working, I always focus on the positive and try to frame learning as a skill that we work on for a life [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$60 per hour.

4.98 144 ratings

I used linear algebra throughout the core graduate classes in mathematics (abstract algebra, analysis, and topology/geometry). I apply linear algebra professionally within Machine Learning. I have tutored students both in calculation-based and proof-based linear algebra courses. I was a graduate student in mathematics at Caltech and a postdoc at Columbia University. I left academia to work in industry, but I enjoy teaching. I have written dozens of articles and a book on applying mathematics for general audiences. I'm working on a parent's guide to algebra and book on applying economics to imp [more]

Will travel 11 miles

$80 per hour.

4.93 562 ratings

I recently completed a course in Linear Algebra through the Harvard Extension School. I received an A in the course, which dealt with linear transformations, multi-dimensional sub-spaces, Eigen values, and linear differential equations. Hello, I am a friendly and knowledgeable math and science tutor. I have ten years of experience tutoring and teaching. I have a bachelor?s degree in Chemistry from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and a master?s degree in Education from the Boston Teacher Residency. I enjoy helping students broaden their knowledge and skills and to succeed in [more]

I studied theoretical math at MIT and have taught linear algebra to students at many of Boston's colleges, including BU, BC, Northeastern, MIT, Harvard, Wellesley, Suffolk, and Simmons. I'm an independent tutor in my late twenties. I specialize in academic tutoring and test preparation for high school, college, and graduate students. I have ten years and thousands of hours of experience working with hundreds of students around the world, and I look forward to helping you! BIO: I studied theoretical math, literature, and philosophy at MIT and Harvard. I?m also the first person in my family to [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 8 ratings

As an undergraduate at Lyndon State College (LSC), I passed linear algebra with the grade of an A+. I was deeply inspired by the subject and pursued an independent study in differential equations where I analysed systems of differential equations using techniques in linear algebra. My investigation included the classifications of critical points, orthogonal expansions, and stability analysis. I also tutored linear algebra as an undergraduate for the two full academic years between 2007 and 2009. As a graduate student at the University of Rhode Island (URI), I aced graduate courses in linear al [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.89 253 ratings

In Linear Algebra, linear equations, matrices, vector spaces, and linear transformations are studied. Although a few concepts, such as solving linear equations dates back to the ancients, a number of important matrix concepts like determinants and eigenvalues/eigenvectors were developed more recently and gave rise to the modern areas of the subject. Examples of applications: 1. Systems of linear equations occur when using Kirchhoff's laws in Physics to solve for currents/resistances in electric circuits. 2. Matrix transformations are used extensively by computer graphics systems. For exampl [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.91 43 ratings

I have an MA and BA degree in mathematics. As part of graduate coursework I assistant taught math courses, including linear algebra. I worked in an undergraduate tutorial office for one year as a tutor for subjects including linear algebra. I am driven by the challenge of helping every student to succeed. Most recently I have done this at the secondary level as a public charter school teacher. Prior to that, alongside my own doctoral work in mathematics, I taught and assistant-taught college-level math classes, from remedial Calculus to Multivariate Calculus. Helping students discover math t [more]

In 2011-2015 I was an instructor at Wheaton College in Norton, MA where I taught linear algebra as well as some programming. Linear algebra is a fundamental building block of many artificial neural network algorithms, which the focus of my Master's Thesis at UMASS, Dartmouth. During that time I was an teaching assistant on campus helping undergraduates with math and computer science. You can do more than you think you can. Of all the lessons I've learned, that's probably the most important. Over the years I've had the privilege of teaching people of all ages many things. I've taught both [more]

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