I'm a Physics student at the University of Bristol. My passion is Physics and Maths. I think any theory can be made interesting and exciting. My tutorials will shows my informative and passionate nature.
I have numerous experiences in tutoring, as well as teaching.
The tutorials are about you. Anything you want to cover, we will cover. No question is stupid. I will help you develop your skills to be able to tackle questions that you have never experienced before. If you don't understand one method, I will use another and continue to do so until you understand.
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|Physics||A Level||£20 /hr|
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First pick a set of axis to use. This would be in the directions of which the majority of the forces follow. With the forces which are at angles to the majority of the forces, create a triangle of the horziontal and vertical components of them. You can then use Sin, Cos or Tan to work out your components in a certain plane. Then Use F=ma and group the forces into directions as a net force equation. The forces are then resolved.see more