Hi! I'm Hannah, I'm from London but am currently studying at the University of Edinburgh. I'm doing a masters degree in Geography, and additionally take modules in economics in order to keep some of my maths going through university.
I've always been passionate about Maths as a subject and have done very well throughout school, achieveing an A* at GCSE and getting A's in all 6 of my A-level papers. As a tutor it is my aim to share my enthusiasm about the subject with my students, and hope that I can make learning maths enjoyable (although I am sympathetic to the subject's often frustrating nature!).
During the sessions, my method is to go over a topic until you fully understand it, while trying to make concepts applicable and relevant to every day life. By the time we have finished, I hope that you can answer even the most difficult parts of a past paper with ease!
If you have any questions please send me a message. I look forward to meeting you!
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This question has multiple stages to go through, so firstly we see what they are looking for you to have found by the end of the question, which is the average temperature in September. Looking at the information given, we can see that the temperatures of the months are all related, so we need to work through the problem month by month.
The average temperature in November is a third of the temperature of May, so the first calculation we do is 18/3 = 6. This gives the temperature of November.
Next, we know that the temperature in September is twice that of November, so we multiply the temperature of November (6 degrees) by 2. This gives 2x6 = 12. Therefore, we can see that the average temperature in September is 12 degrees.see more