Katie C. GCSE Maths tutor

Katie C.

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Degree: Mathematics (Masters) - Liverpool University

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About me

My name is Katie and I have just finished my third year and about to start my masters in mathematics.

After tutoring in local schools I have decided to start tutoring online, this allows me to increases my availability of when I can tutor you and gives us a lot more access to resources with just a click of a button.

I have always been keen to help, whether it’s my fellow classmates or just my family members, if I can help you find the answer and understand, I will! 

Even in my part time job I am regularly training the new employees to use the equipment with confidence and help them talk to customers with ease, which can be rather daunting when you start!

I look forward to speaking to you and organising sessions that will benefit you; any other questions please don't hesitate to ask 

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Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Maths GCSE £18 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
MathematicsA-LevelA*
Further MathematicsA-LevelA
StatisticsA-LevelA*
MathematicsMasters Degree1st
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10/02/2015

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Pythagoras' Theorem

Pythagoras was a Greek philosopher who discovered that in a right angled triangle (triangle with one angle 90 degrees) the hypotenuse squared , c2, was equal to the sum of the other sides squared, a and b. The hypotenuse is the longest edge and is opposite the right angle, a and b are the adja...

Pythagoras was a Greek philosopher who discovered that in a right angled triangle (triangle with one angle 90 degrees) the hypotenuse squared , c2, was equal to the sum of the other sides squared, a and b. The hypotenuse is the longest edge and is opposite the right angle, a and b are the adjacent sides, next too, the right angle. 

We call this Pythagoras' Theorem: a2+b2=c2

If we know two of the three sides we can use this theorem to work out the other, by subbing in the values known and rearranging.

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