Cezar P.

Cezar P.

£22 - £24 /hr

Mathematical Physics (Bachelors) - Edinburgh University

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About me

My strongest qualities are communication, and I get along very well with teenagers. If taught by someone who shows enthusiasm and passion about their subjects, the students usually find it much easier to develop an interest for the subject themselves. I am very patient and I take my time in order to ensure that the student understands everything, because it is important that there are absolutely no knowledge gaps when studying subjects like Maths and Physics. 

Went straight into my second year of university after graduating school.

My strongest qualities are communication, and I get along very well with teenagers. If taught by someone who shows enthusiasm and passion about their subjects, the students usually find it much easier to develop an interest for the subject themselves. I am very patient and I take my time in order to ensure that the student understands everything, because it is important that there are absolutely no knowledge gaps when studying subjects like Maths and Physics. 

Went straight into my second year of university after graduating school.

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My tutorials are about the student: it is important that he/she discovers the things that the student doesn't undertands, and my missions will be to explain those in a comprehensible manner. It is important that we set a specific set of goals that the student wants to achieve, and then we will form a plan that will help us achieve those goals. 

My tutorials are about the student: it is important that he/she discovers the things that the student doesn't undertands, and my missions will be to explain those in a comprehensible manner. It is important that we set a specific set of goals that the student wants to achieve, and then we will form a plan that will help us achieve those goals. 

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Barry Student

18 Sep

Cezar helped me during the June/July2018 examination season for CIE IGCSE. He helped me secure an overall 93% (A*) in IGCSE Physics. When ever I had a problem with Physics, I went straight to Cezar. He can describe scientific problems with ‘simple english’ (unlike those textbooks). For the new school year, I have chose AS Physics and will continue to seek Cezar for help.

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Barry Student Lesson review 1 Apr, 12:00

4 Apr

Before meeting Cezar, I was getting very low marks and had no idea how to tackle Mechanics1 questions. Now, I feel very confident and prepared for my upcoming AS Mathematics exam. Cezar and I went through many questions which I found difficult. He explained these questions/concepts and then tested me to confirm that I had understood.

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Reddy Parent from Singapore Lesson review 11 Mar, 20:30

11 Mar

Really professional, concise and detailed explanations where needed.

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Cayley Parent from Ebbw Vale Lesson review 11 Jun, 17:30

11 Jun

Excellent - made things really easy to understand by breaking them down.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
Further MathematicsA-level (A2)A*
MathsA-level (A2)A
PhysicsA-level (A2)A
DramaA-level (AS)D

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
Further MathematicsA Level£24 /hr
MathsA Level£24 /hr
PhysicsA Level£24 /hr
Further MathematicsGCSE£22 /hr

Questions Cezar has answered

Expand (2x+3)^4

We will you use Pascal's triangle in order to find coefficients:         1        1  1       1 2 1     1 3  3 1    1  4  6  4  1 so, our coefficients will be 1,4,6,4,1 now, let's expand: (2x+3)4=(2x)4+4*(2x)3*3+6*(2x)2*32+4*(2x)*33+34=16x4+96x3+216x2+216x+81 (2x+3)4=116x4+96x3+216x2+216x+81We will you use Pascal's triangle in order to find coefficients:         1        1  1       1 2 1     1 3  3 1    1  4  6  4  1 so, our coefficients will be 1,4,6,4,1 now, let's expand: (2x+3)4=(2x)4+4*(2x)3*3+6*(2x)2*32+4*(2x)*33+34=16x4+96x3+216x2+216x+81 (2x+3)4=116x4+96x3+216x2+216x+81

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10 months ago

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In a particle accelerator, you accelerate an electron. Afterwards, you measure it's energy to be 350 keV. Tell my why you can't find the speed from this energy using your knowledge of classical mechanics.

In order to see what the problem is, I will attempt to find this speed. 350keV=5.61*10-14 J Ek=1/2 * m*v2 =>  v=sqrt(2Ek/m) By plugging in numbers, we find that the velocity of the electron, v=3.51*108. This velocity is bigger then the speed of light c=3*108, and it is a known fact that nothing can travel faster than light. This means that relativistic effects must've taken place, which prevented the particle from reaching the speed of light, but allowed it to have such a high energy.In order to see what the problem is, I will attempt to find this speed. 350keV=5.61*10-14 J Ek=1/2 * m*v2 =>  v=sqrt(2Ek/m) By plugging in numbers, we find that the velocity of the electron, v=3.51*108. This velocity is bigger then the speed of light c=3*108, and it is a known fact that nothing can travel faster than light. This means that relativistic effects must've taken place, which prevented the particle from reaching the speed of light, but allowed it to have such a high energy.

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10 months ago

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integrate cos^2(x)*sin(x)

integral of cos2(x)*sin(x) we notice that we can use the spot the ball method here: Guessed integral: cos3(x) Differentiated Guessed Integral: -3sin(x)cos2(x), therefore our solution is (-1/3)*cos3(x)+cintegral of cos2(x)*sin(x) we notice that we can use the spot the ball method here: Guessed integral: cos3(x) Differentiated Guessed Integral: -3sin(x)cos2(x), therefore our solution is (-1/3)*cos3(x)+c

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