Martin S.

Martin S.

£18 - £20 /hr

Mathematics BSc (Bachelors) - Nottingham University

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About me

To be honest, I have always been curious, and by reading books and articles, I found out that the one science, that sates my curiosity. There is this beauty to it, that is rarely discovered by people. My job is to reveal to students the magnificent universe of logic and numbers. I want to pass on the knowledge to other people, thus helping them fall in love with the subject, the same way I did years ago. The goal of my teaching is to make studying mathematics an intriguing fun, but also helpful experience for everybody, and hopefully plant a seed, that will grow into a beautiful tree of knowledge, curiosity and interest.

To be honest, I have always been curious, and by reading books and articles, I found out that the one science, that sates my curiosity. There is this beauty to it, that is rarely discovered by people. My job is to reveal to students the magnificent universe of logic and numbers. I want to pass on the knowledge to other people, thus helping them fall in love with the subject, the same way I did years ago. The goal of my teaching is to make studying mathematics an intriguing fun, but also helpful experience for everybody, and hopefully plant a seed, that will grow into a beautiful tree of knowledge, curiosity and interest.

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About my sessions

As a mathematics student, I basically have an infinite amount of resources from various books. My intentions are to structure my sessions around the level/needs of the student, rather than going for an already made up plan. Of course, we will stick to anything that is being taught in school, but my goal is to make every single one of my sessions fun and informative, thus forming an unforgettable experience, which provides my student with a complete understanding of the subject.

As a mathematics student, I basically have an infinite amount of resources from various books. My intentions are to structure my sessions around the level/needs of the student, rather than going for an already made up plan. Of course, we will stick to anything that is being taught in school, but my goal is to make every single one of my sessions fun and informative, thus forming an unforgettable experience, which provides my student with a complete understanding of the subject.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
Further MathematicsOther6
PhysicsOther6
ChemistryOther6

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
Further MathematicsA Level£20 /hr
MathsA Level£20 /hr
Further MathematicsGCSE£18 /hr
MathsGCSE£18 /hr
Further MathematicsIB£20 /hr
MathsIB£20 /hr

Questions Martin has answered

What is a limit?

In mathematics, the limit of a function is the value, towards which a function tends, as the independent variable of the given function gets closer and closer to some number. In other words, take our function to be equal to y = f(x), and x tends to x0. We say that the limit of f(x) as x tends to 0 (all possible notations will be given in a real session) is the value of f(x) towards which the function gets closer and closer, as x approaches the value of x0. Note that we don't care about the specific value of the function f(x0), as in the definition for limit, x never really becomes x0. A mathematical way to describe this would be the following: Let f be a defined function over the interval, which includes x = x0. Suppose then, that there exists an e (epsilon) > 0 with a respective dx, such that x0-dx < x0 < x0 + dx correlates with f(x0) - e < f(x0) < f(x0) + e. Then, for any e, there exists such f(x), that abs(f(x) - c) < e where "c" is a constant which is then called the limit of the function f(x) as x approaches x0. (Note that the real session would include graphs and examples to make it easier for the students!)In mathematics, the limit of a function is the value, towards which a function tends, as the independent variable of the given function gets closer and closer to some number. In other words, take our function to be equal to y = f(x), and x tends to x0. We say that the limit of f(x) as x tends to 0 (all possible notations will be given in a real session) is the value of f(x) towards which the function gets closer and closer, as x approaches the value of x0. Note that we don't care about the specific value of the function f(x0), as in the definition for limit, x never really becomes x0. A mathematical way to describe this would be the following: Let f be a defined function over the interval, which includes x = x0. Suppose then, that there exists an e (epsilon) > 0 with a respective dx, such that x0-dx < x0 < x0 + dx correlates with f(x0) - e < f(x0) < f(x0) + e. Then, for any e, there exists such f(x), that abs(f(x) - c) < e where "c" is a constant which is then called the limit of the function f(x) as x approaches x0. (Note that the real session would include graphs and examples to make it easier for the students!)

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