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Mark H.

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Mathematics MMath (Masters) - Manchester University

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About me

Hello there, I'm Mark and I study Mathematics at the University of Manchester! Maths is an incredibly useful tool for solving problems. I love solving problems: The process of breaking down a seemingly complex problem into a series of simple mathematical ideas intrigues and excites me. I have a lot of experience with education (having been in it basically all my life). I have experience with peer support, tutoring younger students in sixth form and I also used to work as a music tutor. Outside of my academic study I like to run, play guitar and create radio shows.

Hello there, I'm Mark and I study Mathematics at the University of Manchester! Maths is an incredibly useful tool for solving problems. I love solving problems: The process of breaking down a seemingly complex problem into a series of simple mathematical ideas intrigues and excites me. I have a lot of experience with education (having been in it basically all my life). I have experience with peer support, tutoring younger students in sixth form and I also used to work as a music tutor. Outside of my academic study I like to run, play guitar and create radio shows.

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Problems with your homework? Want some extra support through your studies? Well, you're in the right place! Whether you are working towards your GCSE or A-Level maths exams, or just want some extra support in your studies, I am here to help you with whatever you need. I have a relaxed, fun and patient approach to learning, and I aim to cater to every student individually, tailoring tuition to their personal needs. Each session will comprise of worked examples, carefully selected exercises and easy to follow explanations of even trickiest concepts. Want some more information? I'd love to hear from you! Feel free to send me a message to arrange a free meeting. Looking forward to hearing from you!

Problems with your homework? Want some extra support through your studies? Well, you're in the right place! Whether you are working towards your GCSE or A-Level maths exams, or just want some extra support in your studies, I am here to help you with whatever you need. I have a relaxed, fun and patient approach to learning, and I aim to cater to every student individually, tailoring tuition to their personal needs. Each session will comprise of worked examples, carefully selected exercises and easy to follow explanations of even trickiest concepts. Want some more information? I'd love to hear from you! Feel free to send me a message to arrange a free meeting. Looking forward to hearing from you!

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Sean Student Lesson review 30 Nov '18, 15:45

30 Nov, 2018

Simplifies even complex ideas down to an easy-to-understand level. A very patient tutor who is very easy to speak to and get along with.

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Hassan Student Lesson review 14 Jun '18, 15:00

14 Jun, 2018

I am doing my GCSE physics tomorrow and I now feel confident that I will reach the grade I want, all thanks to Mark. Definitely recommended, so helpful, amicable, and an all round great teacher. Will be using him for A-Level!

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Guy Student Lesson review 12 Feb, 17:00

12 Feb

great teacher

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Guy Student Lesson review 23 Oct '18, 17:00

23 Oct, 2018

very patient

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
MathematicsA-level (A2)A*
Further MathematicsA-level (A2)A
PhysicsA-level (A2)A

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
Further MathematicsA Level£30 /hr
MathsA Level£30 /hr
Further MathematicsGCSE£30 /hr
MathsGCSE£30 /hr
PhysicsGCSE£30 /hr
Maths13 Plus£30 /hr

Questions Mark has answered

(Using the Quotient Rule) -> Show that the derivative of (cosx)/(sinx) is (-1)/(sinx).

This question is a typical example aimed to test the student's understanding of the quotient rule, a technique which is used very often in calculus problems. Answer: For a function f(x) = cosx/sinx = u/v, let u = cosx and v =sinx Now, du/dx = -sinx and dv/dx = cosx d/dx (f(x)) = ( v du/dx - u dv\dx ) \ v^2 <- Quotient rule Applying the quotient rule: d/dx (cosx/sinx) = sinx(-sinx) - cosx(cosx) / sin^2(x) = -sin^2(x) - cos^2(x) / sin^2(x) = -1(sin^2(x) + cos^2(x)) / sin^2(x) (Using the fact: sin^2(x) + cos^2(x) = 1) = -1 / sin^2(x) as required. Method: > First assign values to u and v. > Then differentiate u and v. > Apply the quotient rule. > Simplify expression using trigonometric identity.This question is a typical example aimed to test the student's understanding of the quotient rule, a technique which is used very often in calculus problems. Answer: For a function f(x) = cosx/sinx = u/v, let u = cosx and v =sinx Now, du/dx = -sinx and dv/dx = cosx d/dx (f(x)) = ( v du/dx - u dv\dx ) \ v^2 <- Quotient rule Applying the quotient rule: d/dx (cosx/sinx) = sinx(-sinx) - cosx(cosx) / sin^2(x) = -sin^2(x) - cos^2(x) / sin^2(x) = -1(sin^2(x) + cos^2(x)) / sin^2(x) (Using the fact: sin^2(x) + cos^2(x) = 1) = -1 / sin^2(x) as required. Method: > First assign values to u and v. > Then differentiate u and v. > Apply the quotient rule. > Simplify expression using trigonometric identity.

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