Carl S. A Level Maths tutor, GCSE Maths tutor

Carl S.

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Degree: Computer Science (Bachelors) - Exeter University

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About me:

My name is Carl and I am a BSc Computer Science student, at the University of Exeter, with particular focus on Mathematics. I have a keen interest in passing on my passion for the subject to other maths students, and with this, helping you to succeed.

 

The sessions:

During my tutorial sessions, it's up to you what we cover. Understandably, certain mathematical concepts may be harder to grasp than others, so we can start by looking at the topics that you are less confident in, grasping the basics, and then using this knowledge to progress to more complex problems. We will also be working on your independence every step of the way, until you feel confident enough to approach questions by yourself.

Every student learns differently, so I have a varied tutoring style. I can use verbal instructions, written notes, or visual aids such as diagrams, graphs and annotations; whatever works best for you! But either way, I provide detailed step-by-step explanations to make sure that you fully understand what a question is asking you.

We may only have about an hour, but we will make the most of it! Don’t be afraid to ask to cover something again, or to revise the previous session. I am very patient, and understand the importance of going back to things when you’re not fully confident; remember, practise makes perfect!

 

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Subjects offered

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Maths A Level £20 /hr
Maths GCSE £18 /hr

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geographyA-LevelA*
mathematicsA-LevelA
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Questions Carl has answered

find the integral for xe^10x

for this type of question, integral by parts should be used . This involves using the formula for intregation by parts: lets first break apart the x and e10x into two parts - "u" and "v" where u = x. however, we need to find the value of v. in order to do this, we can integrate dv/dx in or...

for this type of question, integral by parts should be used . This involves using the formula for intregation by parts:

 intudv=uv-intvdu.

lets first break apart the x and e10x into two parts - "u" and "v"

where u = x.

however, we need to find the value of v. in order to do this, we can integrate dv/dx in order to get to v. 

the value of dv/dx is : e10x

 

u = x             dv/dx = e10x

 

as seen in the formula, you need to have a value for u, dv, v and du. 

therefore in order to get du you must differentiate u:

u = x   

du/dx = 1

du = 1dx = dx

du = dx

 

in order to get v you need to integrate dv/dx:

 \displaystyle \inte10x dx = 1/10 x10x

now that we have both parts, we can put this back into the formula. 

 

 intudv=uv-intvdu.

 

\displaystyle \intxe10x = x * 1/10e10x  - \displaystyle \int1/10e10x dx

 

 = x /10e10x - 1/100e10x + c

 

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