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Degree: Politics and Economics (Bachelors) - Newcastle University
I am an economics student at Newcastle University. My degree includes a large amount of maths, as well as economics, therefore I am still up to date with much of the maths I learnt at A-Level and GCSE. I have a real passion for maths and economics, and hope to pass this on to tutees. I am also a part time waitress and netball umpire so have a lot of experience working with both adults and children.
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This is a simultanious equation. As there are two unknown variables, it is impossible to find both a and b just using one of the equations. To make it possible to work out the unknowns, we need to have just one unknown. If we multiplied the first equation by 2, we will have 12a + 2b = 32. This then means if we added both equations together the (+2b) and the (-2b) will cancel each other out and we will be left with (12a + 5a) = (32+19). 17a = 51, so a = 3. We then put a back into one of the original equations to work out b. So 6 x (3) + b = 16. So b = -2.see more
There are different types of averages: the MEAN, the MEDIAN and the MODE. The mean average is where we add all the numbers up together and divide by the amount of numbers provided. So for this case, we would add all 5 numbers together to equal 800,000 and then divide by 5 which would equal 160,000.see more