Tutoring Linear Algebra

Drawing of row reduction
Drawing of graph vector field

Linear algebra is the study of the linear operators, the simplest example of which are matrices, or boxes of numbers along with a multiplication rule. A typical linear algebra class is taken after calculus II with integrals, although some folks take it right after pre-calculus. The usual topics are gaussian elimination, matrix multiplication, determinants, matrix factorization and eigenvectors. Linear Algebra allows people to understand differential equations, and dynamical systems at a deep level.

Because of the prerequisites and fast pace of a semester long class, linear algebra can be very challenging and it can be helpful to work through problems with someone else. If you’re interested in working with a tutor, don’t hesitate to contact me.

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