Zoe G. IB Biology tutor, IB Chemistry tutor, IB French tutor, IB Econ...

Zoe G.

£20 - £22 /hr

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Studying: Chemistry (Bachelors) - Edinburgh University

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I am a student at Edinburgh University studying Chemistry. I aim to make the learning process of Chemistry, Biology and French much clearer and more enjoyable! I genuinely love studying these subjects and I am looking forwards to passing on my enthusiasm and knowledge to you.I am a student at Edinburgh University studying Chemistry. I aim to make the learning process of Chemistry, Biology and French much clearer and more enjoyable! I genuinely love studying these subjects and I am looking forwards to passing on my enthusiasm and knowledge to you.

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4.7from 3 customer reviews
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Shikha (Student)

January 31 2017

It was a good class, but the internet ruined everything

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Shikha (Student)

January 26 2017

It was great

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February 28 2017

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
Biology Higher LevelInternational Baccalaureate (IB)7/7
Chemistry higher levelInternational Baccalaureate (IB)7/7
Economics Higher LevelInternational Baccalaureate (IB)7/7
French Language and Literature Standard LevelInternational Baccalaureate (IB)7/7
English Language and Literature Standard LevelInternational Baccalaureate (IB)7/7
Mathematics Standard LevelInternational Baccalaureate (IB)7/7

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
BiologyIB£20 /hr
ChemistryIB£20 /hr
FrenchIB£20 /hr
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Questions Zoe has answered

1. What is a floating exchange rate system and what factors influence the level of a country’s exchange rate?

A floating exchange rate is when the price of money is determined only by demand and supply, no government intervention occurs. The factors, which influence the level of a country’s exchange rate are the demand and supply for the exchange rate, exports, imports and investment. Changes in trade flows (tourism), changes in cross-borders investment flows, speculation A floating exchange rate is when the price of money is determined only by demand and supply, no government intervention occurs. The factors, which influence the level of a country’s exchange rate are the demand and supply for the exchange rate, exports, imports and investment. Changes in trade flows (tourism), changes in cross-borders investment flows, speculation

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Evaluate a fixed exchange rate system

On one hand, this system has many advantages. It reduces uncertainty, ensures sensible government policies on inglation, reduces speculation and flunctuations... A reduced exchange rate can increase employment and an increase exchange rate can decrease inflation. A fixed exchange rate system can also improve current account deficit. On the other hand, there are disadvantages. The government is compelled to keep exchange rate fixed. It must keep large forex reserves, it creates less competition and could cause international disagreement.On one hand, this system has many advantages. It reduces uncertainty, ensures sensible government policies on inglation, reduces speculation and flunctuations... A reduced exchange rate can increase employment and an increase exchange rate can decrease inflation. A fixed exchange rate system can also improve current account deficit. On the other hand, there are disadvantages. The government is compelled to keep exchange rate fixed. It must keep large forex reserves, it creates less competition and could cause international disagreement.

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10 months ago

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Explain enzyme-substrate specificity

Enzymes and substrates share specificity in that an enzyme will only react with a specific substrate • This is because the active site is complementary in both shape and charge to a given substrate • The model by which this is known is ‘lock and key’ as the substrate is a precise structural fit for the enzyme, much like a lock and key • When the enzyme and substrate bind, they form an enzyme-substrate complex, before the substrate is catalytically converted into a productEnzymes and substrates share specificity in that an enzyme will only react with a specific substrate • This is because the active site is complementary in both shape and charge to a given substrate • The model by which this is known is ‘lock and key’ as the substrate is a precise structural fit for the enzyme, much like a lock and key • When the enzyme and substrate bind, they form an enzyme-substrate complex, before the substrate is catalytically converted into a product

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10 months ago

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