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Jan K.

Degree: Mathematics and Music (Bachelors) - Edinburgh University

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About Myself

I am a Mathematics student at Edinburgh University. I have a real passion for Mathematics, and I thouroughly enjoy explaining mathematical concepts to others.

Having been home-educated all through school (which also gave me opportunities to tutor others), I am very familiar with a one-to-one approach to teaching from the perspective of both the teacher and student.

Tutorials

In the tutorials, you will decide what we cover; whether you are experiencing difficulties solving a particular problem or have trouble understanding a larger concept. Maths is a fascinating subject, and I hope to instill some my passion in you!

In the run-up to exams, we can look at exam papers from previous years, as these are the way to prepare for the actual exam. As I marked my own practice exams while at school level, I am well familiar with what examiners like to see and I can provide advice on how to structure and phrase your answers.

Send me a Webmail or book a "Meet the Tutor" session (you can do both through this website). Don't forget to tell me what your exam board is and what you are struggling with.

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Maths A Level £20 /hr
Maths GCSE £18 /hr
Physics GCSE £18 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
MathematicsA-LevelA
Further MathematicsA-LevelB
PhysicsA-LevelA
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Questions Jan has answered

How do I solve this inequality: x^2>2x ?

Solve the equation x2=2x (solve x2-2x=0 by factorisation). Sketch the graphs y=x2 and y=2x, using standard graph shapes. Look at the sketch to see for which values of x the graph y=x2 lies above y=2x; this is your solution.

Solve the equation x2=2x (solve x2-2x=0 by factorisation). Sketch the graphs y=x2 and y=2x, using standard graph shapes. Look at the sketch to see for which values of x the graph y=x2 lies above y=2x; this is your solution.

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What is the difference between speed and velocity?

The difference is a bit subtle. Velocity is speed in a particular direction. So, for example, a car travelling at 50 miles per hour round a bend is travelling at constant speed. Its direction is changing, however, so its velocity is also changing. Velocity is always measured from a single poi...

The difference is a bit subtle. Velocity is speed in a particular direction.

So, for example, a car travelling at 50 miles per hour round a bend is travelling at constant speed. Its direction is changing, however, so its velocity is also changing.

Velocity is always measured from a single point. So an object traveling in a circle has velocity zero relative to the centre of the circle, since the distance from the centre to the object is constant..

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