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Degree: Mathematics (Bachelors) - Bristol University
I am a 3rd year Mathematics student at University of Bristol, and have received a 1st in both my first and second year exams. This summer, I received the Mathematics Undergraduate Award for the highest overall mark in second year.
I am passionate about Maths and really enjoy passing on my enthusiasm and understanding for the subject. I have a friendly and engaging approach which will encourage confidence and enthusiasm for Maths.
I like to teach in a friendly and encouraging environment and make myself as approachable to my tutees as possible. I believe that the most effective method for tutoring Maths is to establish a firm grounding in the theory before doing example questions, and then more questions! With Maths, it is definitely true that practice makes perfect.
I will also concentrate on past exam papers as this is the most effective preparation for the actual exam. Mastering past exam papers will really boost your grades!
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|Maths||A Level||£20 /hr|
To differentiate x2 you bring the power of x down, then reduce the power of x by 1, so d/dx(x2) = 2x1
ln3x differentiates to (d/dx(3x))/3x = 3/3x = 1/x
e^x differentiates to (d/dx(x))*e^x = 1*e^x
Therefore, d/dx(4x2 + 2ln3x + ex) = 4(2x) +2(1/x) + ex = 8x + 2/x + exsee more
y is proportional to x2 so this means y = A*x2 for some constant A.
When y = 75, x = 5. Put these values in the formula above to find A:
75 = A*25
75/25 = A
A = 3
So y = 3x2