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Degree: Engineering Science (Masters) - Oxford, St John's College University
Hi, I'm Jen and I study Engineering Science at Oxford University. I am a friendly and approachable person, with lots of enthusiasm for my chosen subjects! I enjoy helping students, and often help my younger family members.
The sessions have a strong emphasis on understanding; I like to go through the topics first to ensure you have a solid understanding, before progressing onto exam questions to consolidate this. Prior to the tutorial I will ask you how you learn best, and what you would like to focus on, so I can prepare resources for the tutorial and revision notes. Feel free to also bring along any questions you would like me to go through.
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|Maths||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Further Mathematics||GCSE||£18 /hr|
Luca (Student) June 20 2016
Anil (Parent) October 3 2015
You have to write it in terms of cos(2x) using the double angle formula. The same applies for intergrating cos^2(x), you again have to write it in terms of cos(2x) using the same double angle formula.
Two matrices are commutative is matrix A multiplied by matrix B equals matrix B multiplied by matrix A.
Differentiation is used to find the gradient of a line, or curve. It can also be used to find the co-ordinates of stationary points, whether these be minimum, maximum or points of inflection. The second derivitive can be used to identify if these points are minimum or maximum.