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Amelia S.

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Mathematics, Business and Finance (Masters) - Exeter University

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About me

About me:

Hi there, my name's Amelia Smith and I'm currently at the University of Exeter studying Maths, Business and Finance. We all know how boring revising for exams can be, that's why I like to take a hands on fun approach that keeps students engaged and interested! Whilst studying for my English GCSE I had a tutor and I still can't believe what a difference it made to my end exam result, so now I would really like to give back to someone who needs help with maths! I am extremely patient and friendly, and really do have a love for maths which I bring across in my tutorials! I've been tutoring for almost 2 years now for GCSE Maths and whilst studying for my alevels my friend and I ran revision sessions for both AS students and A level.

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Within my tutorials we can cover everything and anything you're finding hard, difficult or just confusing. I feel the best way to do this is to communicate before hand which topics are the hardest so I can prepare some questions and we can tackle them together understanding how to complete a question correctly. I really do enjoy helping others, espiecally with maths, so there will never be a lack of enthusiam from my side!

About me:

Hi there, my name's Amelia Smith and I'm currently at the University of Exeter studying Maths, Business and Finance. We all know how boring revising for exams can be, that's why I like to take a hands on fun approach that keeps students engaged and interested! Whilst studying for my English GCSE I had a tutor and I still can't believe what a difference it made to my end exam result, so now I would really like to give back to someone who needs help with maths! I am extremely patient and friendly, and really do have a love for maths which I bring across in my tutorials! I've been tutoring for almost 2 years now for GCSE Maths and whilst studying for my alevels my friend and I ran revision sessions for both AS students and A level.

Sessions:

Within my tutorials we can cover everything and anything you're finding hard, difficult or just confusing. I feel the best way to do this is to communicate before hand which topics are the hardest so I can prepare some questions and we can tackle them together understanding how to complete a question correctly. I really do enjoy helping others, espiecally with maths, so there will never be a lack of enthusiam from my side!

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4.8from 38 customer reviews
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Ella (Student)

June 15 2016

Great teaching and ensures understanding is 100%

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Ella (Student)

May 9 2016

Brilliant understanding of questions and assists with great technique!

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M (Parent from Barnsley)

April 6 2016

Excellent, as always.

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M (Parent from Barnsley)

March 16 2016

Excellent, as always.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
MathematicsA-level (A2)A*
Further MathematicsA-level (A2)A
ChemistryA-level (A2)B
Physics A-level (A2)B

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
MathsA Level£30 /hr
Further MathematicsGCSE£30 /hr
MathsGCSE£30 /hr

Questions Amelia has answered

Describe a test to show that olive oil contains unsaturated compounds. Give the result of the test.

Test :add bromine water

Result: (bromine water) is decolourised / goes colourless 

Test :add bromine water

Result: (bromine water) is decolourised / goes colourless 

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2 years ago

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Explain why the National Grid includes step-up transformers.

1) increases the voltage (across the cables)
2) decreases the current (through the cables)

therefore reducing energy losses (in cables)

or

increasing efficiency of (electricity / energy) of transmission 

1) increases the voltage (across the cables)
2) decreases the current (through the cables)

therefore reducing energy losses (in cables)

or

increasing efficiency of (electricity / energy) of transmission 

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2 years ago

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Find the inverse of y = 2x+1/ x-1

the aim of finsing the inverse is making x the subject. To start we need to multiply both sides by: (x-1), giving us:

y(x-1) = 2x+1

now we need to expand the brackets:

yx - y = 2x+1

now gather all the x components on the same side:

yx-2x = 1+y

now factorise the left hand side:

x(y-2) = 1+y

now make x the subject, giving us:

x = 1+y/ y-2

therefore, the inverse is written in terms of x, which gives us:

f(x)^-1 = 1+y/y-2

the aim of finsing the inverse is making x the subject. To start we need to multiply both sides by: (x-1), giving us:

y(x-1) = 2x+1

now we need to expand the brackets:

yx - y = 2x+1

now gather all the x components on the same side:

yx-2x = 1+y

now factorise the left hand side:

x(y-2) = 1+y

now make x the subject, giving us:

x = 1+y/ y-2

therefore, the inverse is written in terms of x, which gives us:

f(x)^-1 = 1+y/y-2

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2 years ago

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