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My name is Giulio, and I recently graduated from the University of Bristol where I got a first class master in Mathematics. I have been tutoring Maths and Physics on this website for two years and so I know the syllabuses well and can keep the classes entertaining yet fruitful. 

But don’t worry, i’m not your typical maths tutor! I love keeping active and I train for 3 different sports, I speak English and Italian fluently and I can also speak intermediate-level French, German and Spanish.

Below is a sample of my reviews:

"Great tutor. I learn so much every time, I can't wait to get back and start doing lessons with Giulio." - Rocco

"Very good and friendly, good knowledge and teaching abilities.” - Nikita

"I enjoyed this lesson and I also learnt a lot. One of the best things is that he is very patient with me and I appreciate it.” - Alice

Most tutors will take the lazy way of tutoring and constantly feed the correct solutions to memorise. However, I will NOT take this approach. Together we will understand the question and the theory behind it. Then by prompting, hinting, and guiding in the right direction, we will arrive at the solution.

Simply book a free meet the tutor session for the following day for any reasonable time, and we can meet and discuss details. 

Looking forward to meeting you!

Giulio 

Subjects offered

SubjectLevelMy prices
Economics A Level £30 /hr
Further Mathematics A Level £30 /hr
Italian A Level £30 /hr
Maths A Level £30 /hr
Italian GCSE £30 /hr
Maths GCSE £30 /hr
Physics GCSE £30 /hr

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MathematicsA-LevelA*
EconomicsA-LevelA*
Further MathematicsA-LevelA
ItalianA-LevelA
PhysicsA-LevelA
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5from 73 customer reviews

Max (Student) November 30 2016

Efficient and helpful, with lots of great analogies

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Great for covering topics that I was unsure about, going into more depth and keeping the learning interesting!

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First tutor session with Giulio was very helpful to our son. Initially nervous, Giulio put him at ease and tutored him on 2 concepts he had previously found challenging. "Really helpful" was our sons verdict.
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Polynomial long division, how do I do it?

Polynomial long division is how to divide long functions f(x), called the dividend, by another function g(x), called the divisor. Which could lead to having a remainder, if it doesn't divide perfectly.  Luckily there is one simple method to follow,    Let's divide f(x) =  x^2+2x+5  by g(x) = ...

Polynomial long division is how to divide long functions f(x), called the dividend, by another function g(x), called the divisor. Which could lead to having a remainder, if it doesn't divide perfectly. 

Luckily there is one simple method to follow, 
 
Let's divide f(x) = x^2+2x+5 
by g(x) = x-2 
                                    
First write it out like 
        ____
g(x) | f(x) 
        __________
x-2 |  x^2+2x+5
 
 Now only look at the the first term in f(x), which is x^2, and our first term in g(x) which is x. 
how many times does x go into x^2? The answer is x times thus we write x on top of our function, like this:
 
          x
        ___________
 x-2 |  x^2+2x+5
 
Then multiply x^2 by our divisor x - 2 to get x^2-2x, and write it below the function like this:
 
          x
        ____________
 x-2 |  x^2+2x+5
        _____________
          x^2 -2x
 
Now we simply find x^2+2x minus (x^2-2x) = 4x
 
So add the 4x on a new row below, but also don't forget to carry down the + 5 term from our dividend, thus it should now look like this.
 
          x
        __________
 x-2 |  x^2+2x+5
        ___________
         x^2 -2x
        ___________
                 4x +5
 
Now it is as if we are dividing 4x + 5 by x - 2, so we ask the same question again, how many times does x go into 4x, the answer is 4 times, thus write + 4 at the top 
 
          x + 4
        __________
 x-2 |  x^2+2x+5
        ___________
         x^2 -2x
        ___________
                 4x +5
        
 
And then multiply 4 by x -2 and write it below, like this 
 
           x + 4
        __________
 x-2 |  x^2+2x+5
        ___________
         x^2 -2x
        ___________
                 4x +5
        ___________
                 4x - 8
 
Now find 4x+5  minus (4x -8) = 13 and write it below
 
           x + 4
        __________
 x-2 |  x^2+2x+5
        ___________
         x^2 -2x
        ___________
                 4x +5
        ___________
                 4x - 8
        ___________
                      13
 
Since we can no longer divide we are left with the remainder which is is 13/(x-2) 
 
Thus the solution is what we have at the top plus the remainder, 
the solution is
x + 4 + 13/(x-2) 
 
 
 
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