Robert L. GCSE Maths tutor, A Level Maths tutor, GCSE Geography tutor...

Robert L.

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Geophysics (Masters) - University College London University

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Hi, my name is Robert and I'm studying Geophysics at University College London, currently in my second year, with an interest in hazard and disaster reduction. Having been tutored myself in the past I know the importance of an understanding and passionate tutor. I'm very friendly and will make myself available so you can contact me whenever you have a question. During sessions we can cover particular questions (for example from an exam paper) or we can go over more general topics that you might want to revise. What's important is that you lead what we cover, and that by the end of the session you have a strong grasp of the subject material, whilst also having enjoyed what you have learnt. If you think I may be able to help don't hesitate to send me a message or book a Free 15-minute Meeting, just let me know if there are any particular questions you have and the exam board for your subject so I can gather resources(extra exam questions, helpful youtube videos etc.) for our session. My hours are flexible just ask for the lesson time you need. I look forward to meeting you and helping with your studies. Hi, my name is Robert and I'm studying Geophysics at University College London, currently in my second year, with an interest in hazard and disaster reduction. Having been tutored myself in the past I know the importance of an understanding and passionate tutor. I'm very friendly and will make myself available so you can contact me whenever you have a question. During sessions we can cover particular questions (for example from an exam paper) or we can go over more general topics that you might want to revise. What's important is that you lead what we cover, and that by the end of the session you have a strong grasp of the subject material, whilst also having enjoyed what you have learnt. If you think I may be able to help don't hesitate to send me a message or book a Free 15-minute Meeting, just let me know if there are any particular questions you have and the exam board for your subject so I can gather resources(extra exam questions, helpful youtube videos etc.) for our session. My hours are flexible just ask for the lesson time you need. I look forward to meeting you and helping with your studies.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
MathsA-level (A2)A
PhysicsA-level (A2)B
GeographyA-level (A2)B
BiologyA-level (A2)B

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
MathsA Level£20 /hr
GeographyGCSE£18 /hr
MathsGCSE£18 /hr
PhysicsGCSE£18 /hr
-Personal Statements-Mentoring£22 /hr

Questions Robert has answered

Given y=x^3+5x+3 find dy/dx when x=3

The question can be broken into two steps, 

1) dy/dx is asking to differentiate y=x3+5x+3 with respect to x

Differentiating we multiply by the current power and lower this powers value by 1. ( Constants differentiate to nothing )

i.e  x3 goes to 3x2

dy/dx=  3x2+5

2) Next we need to find the value of dy/dx when x=3 done simply by substituting all x's in the equation by 3

dy/dx=  3*(3)+ 5 = 32

The question can be broken into two steps, 

1) dy/dx is asking to differentiate y=x3+5x+3 with respect to x

Differentiating we multiply by the current power and lower this powers value by 1. ( Constants differentiate to nothing )

i.e  x3 goes to 3x2

dy/dx=  3x2+5

2) Next we need to find the value of dy/dx when x=3 done simply by substituting all x's in the equation by 3

dy/dx=  3*(3)+ 5 = 32

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