Martin C.

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Mathematics (Masters) - Exeter University

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I am currently in my 2nd year of my Masters course in Mathematics at the University of Exeter. I have experience tutoring maths at all levels, from 11+ training, to helping my coursemates at university with difficult topics.

There are many different ways to mathematicaly solve problems and which method you prefer is very personal. Some people like to learn and use formulas to solve problems and others like to understand the logic behind formulas and use these steps. I enjoy finding out how other people work best and adapting my tutoring to help.

I like drawing diagrams and using examples to explain concepts, but I'm very flexible if you learn best in other ways. Whether you need help understanding a particular topic, or are unsure how to solve a problem, I would be very happy to help.

I am currently in my 2nd year of my Masters course in Mathematics at the University of Exeter. I have experience tutoring maths at all levels, from 11+ training, to helping my coursemates at university with difficult topics.

There are many different ways to mathematicaly solve problems and which method you prefer is very personal. Some people like to learn and use formulas to solve problems and others like to understand the logic behind formulas and use these steps. I enjoy finding out how other people work best and adapting my tutoring to help.

I like drawing diagrams and using examples to explain concepts, but I'm very flexible if you learn best in other ways. Whether you need help understanding a particular topic, or are unsure how to solve a problem, I would be very happy to help.

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Qualifications

MathsA-level (A2)A*
Further MathsA-level (A2)A
PhysicsA-level (A2)B

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
MathsGCSE£18 /hr
Maths11 Plus£18 /hr

What is the next number in the sequence?

23    35    47    59    ?

First we need to find the pattern in the sequence. We can do this by working out the gaps between the numbers. To work out the gap, we subtract each number from the next one in the sequence.

35 - 23 = 12

47 - 35 = 12

59 - 47 = 12

Now we know the pattern is that each number is bigger than the last by 12.

So all we have to do to find the next number in the sequence is add 12 to the previous number, which is 59.

59 + 12 = 71

So the next number in the sequence is 71!

23    35    47    59    ?

First we need to find the pattern in the sequence. We can do this by working out the gaps between the numbers. To work out the gap, we subtract each number from the next one in the sequence.

35 - 23 = 12

47 - 35 = 12

59 - 47 = 12

Now we know the pattern is that each number is bigger than the last by 12.

So all we have to do to find the next number in the sequence is add 12 to the previous number, which is 59.

59 + 12 = 71

So the next number in the sequence is 71!

2 years ago

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