Solomon L. GCSE Maths tutor, A Level Maths tutor, A Level Further Mat...

Solomon L.

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Mathematics (Bachelors) - Leeds University

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Hi!  I'm Solomon and am currently studying a BSc in Mathematics at the University of Leeds.  I have always had a passion for maths and sciences. Achieving top grades in both GCSE's and A-Levels I have always wanted to help others understand and achieve where they are struggling. I have tutored for 3 years now, both private and to classes in my local secondary school for GCSE exam revision. I also worked in Nepal in 2013 working at a children's home helping with homework and general social skills.  I will aim to keep the sessions fun and enjoyable and keep the tutee engaged!  I look forward to potentially working with you and helping you achieve your best! Hi!  I'm Solomon and am currently studying a BSc in Mathematics at the University of Leeds.  I have always had a passion for maths and sciences. Achieving top grades in both GCSE's and A-Levels I have always wanted to help others understand and achieve where they are struggling. I have tutored for 3 years now, both private and to classes in my local secondary school for GCSE exam revision. I also worked in Nepal in 2013 working at a children's home helping with homework and general social skills.  I will aim to keep the sessions fun and enjoyable and keep the tutee engaged!  I look forward to potentially working with you and helping you achieve your best! 

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January 24 2017

Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
MathematicsA-level (A2)A*
Further MathematicsA-level (A2)A
HistoryA-level (A2)B
Chemsitry AS A-level (A2)A

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
Further MathematicsA Level£20 /hr
MathsA Level£20 /hr
MathsGCSE£18 /hr

Questions Solomon has answered

How to factorise a simple linear equation such as '9Y + 6'

Using the Example 9Y + 6

 

Factorising means to remove a common factor from both the ‘9Y’ term and the ‘6’ – this common factor will then be placed outside the brackets.

 

For us to complete this question, we must first find the largest number that can divide into both coefficients 9 and 6 – this of course being 3 because 9Y and 6 can be divided by 3 to give whole integer answers.

 

9Y / 3 = 3Y

6/3 = 2

 

So having found our largest common factor, and dividing our coefficients our factorisation becomes: 3(3Y + 2). The bracket represents our division sum answers and the 3 outside our common factor.

 

For practice have a try at these questions:

1)   6X + 12

2)   5Y + 15

3)   2X + 36

4)   4Y – 24 

Using the Example 9Y + 6

 

Factorising means to remove a common factor from both the ‘9Y’ term and the ‘6’ – this common factor will then be placed outside the brackets.

 

For us to complete this question, we must first find the largest number that can divide into both coefficients 9 and 6 – this of course being 3 because 9Y and 6 can be divided by 3 to give whole integer answers.

 

9Y / 3 = 3Y

6/3 = 2

 

So having found our largest common factor, and dividing our coefficients our factorisation becomes: 3(3Y + 2). The bracket represents our division sum answers and the 3 outside our common factor.

 

For practice have a try at these questions:

1)   6X + 12

2)   5Y + 15

3)   2X + 36

4)   4Y – 24 

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