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Degree: Mathematics and Economics Msci (Masters) - University College London University
An ambitious and motivated Mathematics student, seeking to apply the most complicated mathematical concepts into modelling real life events in order to derive deep conclusions about the phenomenon. Keen to learn and develop new ideas regarding any ongoing process by being a great team leader with developed communication skills.
Education and Qualifications
Msci Mathematics and Economics, University College London, London, (United Kingdom)
(September 2012 – June 2016)
2012 Jeffrey Sessional Prize – awarded to Mathematics student(s) who achieve best results during their first year of studies in the Mathematics Department at UCL.
First year average: 92%
Second year average: 85%
Predicted Grade: First-Class Honours (First)
Romanian Baccalaureate “Moise Nicoara” National College, Arad, (Romania)
Romanian Literature: 9.35/10
Computer Science: Pass
Equivalent to A-Levels
European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL), ECDL Romania, (Romania)
M1 Basic ICT: 94%
M2 Windows XP: 94%
M3 Office Word: 80%
M4 Office Excel: 91%
M5 Office Access: 86%
M6 Office Powerpoint: 94%
M7 Internet Explorer and Outlook: 91%
High School Diploma, “Moise Nicoara” National College, Arad, (Romania)
(September 2008 – June 2012)
Total of 25 examinable subjects over 4 years
Overall Grade: 9.49/10
Secondary School Diploma, “Moise Nicoara” National College, Arad, (Romania)
(September 2004 – June 2008)
In-school examinable subjects average: 9.76/10
National Examination (equivalent to GCSE) subjects:
Average Grade: 9.80/10
Part-Time Research Analyst, WaveMetrix
21 Lovat Lane, London, EC3R 8EB (United Kingdom)
(January 2015 – Present)
Researching the social media (Facebook, Twitter, forums etc.) for consumer feedback regarding various products in any industry.
Summarizing my findings in a specific template provided by WaveMetrix.
Sending my findings to a research executive together with a summary outlining any interesting trends in consumer’s behavior.
Presales Internship, Automic Software GmbH
Becket House 36 Old Jewry, London, EC2R 8DD (United Kingdom)
(July 2014 – September 2014)
Managed Global Tech Academy which consists of all technical data required by all Automic employees.
Researched the market for competition by analyzing the capabilities of their products and creating reports for our team. I focused on: Application Release Automation (ARA), Service Orchestration (SO), Core Banking Systems and ITSM.
Created Wiki Pages regarding different areas of our product, One Automation, and integrated them into Global Tech Academy.
Attended sever customer meetings and assisted in-house presentations and tutorials.
Developed an ARA demo animation which is currently being presented to Automic’s clients.
Investment Analyst, SIF Banat-Crisana S.A.
Calea Victoriei 35 A, Arad, 310158, (Romania)
(July 2013 – September 2013)
Fundamental analysis: Extensive study of the company’s in-house system of performing fundamental analysis of macroeconomic sector and industry, data and information, outlining their impact on stock market indexes.
Stock analysis: A walk-through the company’s own stock-screening system, tools of financial analysis used and stock picking principles.
Technical analysis: Studied the most common technical analysis tools and indicators.
Practice: Selected stock CFDs, built a virtual portfolio and traded CFDs for 9 weeks, using a demo trading platform. The net return obtained was 11%.
Sales and Marketing Internship, S.C. Comagro Vest S.R.L.
East Industrial Zone, Micalaca, Arad, (Romania)
(July 2012 – September 2012)
Undertaking cereal market research and identifying new potential buyers and suppliers
Synthesizing the data collected in a report and presenting it to the sales manager
Assisting the sales manager in the negotiation of the contracts
Tracking the commercial activities stipulated in the ongoing contracts.
Romanian – native language
English – bilingual
French – basic proficiency
Key I.T. Skills
Proficient in: Microsoft Office Pack (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access)
Familiar with Business Automation Tools:
Application Release Automation
Business Process Automation
Other / Personal Details
Solving interesting mathematical problems with applications in real life
Writing reviews for newly released computer games
Professional swimming and recreational skiing
|Maths||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Maths||13 Plus||£18 /hr|
Cheyvonne (Parent) September 8 2015
Cheyvonne (Parent) September 4 2015
Let's take a positive integer n.
We can write it as a product of prime numbers:
n=p1p2...pr, where p1, p2, ..., pr are prime factors of n.
Now, assume that n2 is even. Then one of the pi equals 2. Why?
Note that n2=p12...pr2. Also, since n2 is even, then n2=2k for some k positive integer.
=> 2k=p12...pr2, which, since 2 is a prime, implies that 2 = pi for some i.
And so, n is even.
We all know the the square root of 2 is irrational. So, the answer should be no. But how do we prove it?
Let's assume for contradiction that x2=2 and that x is rational. Then x can be expressed as a rational number: x=m/n, where m and n are integers, n is not equal to 0. Moreover let's assume that m,n have no common factor greater than 1.
Why can we assume this?
1. Every rational number can be written as m/n where m,n are rationals and n is not equal to 0. This is the definition of rational numbers.
2. We can always simply a fraction so that m and n have no common factor greater than one.
Now, based on our assumption we end up with: (m/n)2=2. This implies that m2=2n2 and so m2 is an even integer. Then m is also an even integer (refer to my next question) and so m=2p where p is an integer.
Putting everything together, we get that: m2=4p2=2n2, leading to n2=2p2. Thus n2 is even and so n is even. This implies that n=2k for some integer k different from 0.
We got that: m=2p and n=2k. Both m and n are divisible by 2, which contradicts our initial assumtion that they have no common factor greater than 1.
We end up with the fact that x is not rational. So there is no rational number whose square is 2.see more