Hi! I'm Jason and I currently study LLB Law at the University of Exeter (Russell Group).
I am looking to help out GCSE and A Level students in Business Studies, Law and Maths mainly, but could also assist with English. Helping people is something I believe that I excel at and I know that I would have benefitted from the help of a tutor when I took my exams.
Whilst in 6th form, in the run up to exams I conducted some peer revision sessions for Business Studies for my friends and went over some of the topics they were struggling with, so I am already used to tutoring others.
I completed one year of BA Accounting and Finance at Exeter, but chose to switch to Law. However, this means that I have experience at degree level understanding of both the Law and the Business World.
As a student myself, I particularly enjoyed Business and Maths at both GCSE and A Level and then I found a love for the Law develop during my first year at university, hence why I wish to pass my knowledge on in order to help you succeed in your exams.
Such was my love for the Law, I campaigned for and was elected to the position of Treasurer of Bracton Law Society (Exeter's Law society with 900 members). Therefore, my peers think that I am responsible and reliable.
Sessions would be based around your needs and would be taught using a variety of methods in order to engage you with your topic. Understandibly, you want to ensure that you receive good tutoring for your money and I can guarantee that I will endeavour to help you reach your academic potential.
I look forward to helping you.
|Business Studies||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Law||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Business Studies||GCSE||£18 /hr|
|English Language||GCSE||£18 /hr|
|English Literature||GCSE||£18 /hr|
2x - 6y = 18
4x + 3y = 6
First, make either the x or y the same value by multiplying the equations. Let's choose x.
2x - 6y = 18 x2
4x + 3y = 6 x1
(+)4x - 12y = 36
(+)4x + 3y = 6
Now, we use the rule of 'same sign subtract', 'different sign add'. As the signs are the same in this example, we will subtract the equations.
-15y = 30
Now, we must divide both sides by -15 in order to isolate the y.
y = 30/-15
y = -2
We must then substitute the value for y into one of the equations to find x.
4x + 3y = 6 (substitute y = -2)
4x + 3(-2) = 6
4x - 6 = 6
Now we must add 6 to both sides to get the 4x on its own.
4x = 12
Then divide both sides by 4 to find the value of x.
x = 12/4
x = 3
We can then check our values (x = 3, y = -2) are correct by substituting them into the other equation.
4x + 3y = 6 (substitute x = 3, y = -2)
4(3) + 3(-2) = 6
12 - 6 = 6
6 = 6
This means that we successfully solved the simultaneous equation.see more
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