Anna Chase

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Hi, I'm Anna

My aim as a tutor is to create in my students a deep understanding and confidence in answering exam questions and being able to tackle new and unfamiliar problems. My philosophy is based on the idea that learning happens in an environment of mutual respect in which the student is encouraged to think and make new connections for themselves. My experience has been that one-to-one personal tuition has a unique value to students because of the ability to resolve the students’ personal barriers to learning in a way that lays the foundations for a deep and lasting understanding of the subject.

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Asked by Selina

Career Advice πŸ‘¨β€πŸš€
Can I get a job as a banker with a History degree?

Anna Chase

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If you thought a career in investment banking was just for finance graduates, maths geniuses and quantum physicists, think again. Perhaps more so...Learn more

Asked by Tim

History πŸ•Œ
When was the Brooklyn Bridge built?

Anna Chase

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1869

Asked by Sarah

History πŸ•Œ
In what year did the Boston Tea Party occur?

Anna Chase

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1773

Asked by Micheal

Music 🎢
What was the oldest musical instrument used during the Middle Ages?

Anna Chase

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Harp

Asked by Jeniffer

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
Comparative essay?

Anna Chase

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When you're given a question and asked to answer it by comparing two or more texts.

Asked by Micheal

Philosophy ❓
Which situation is an example of internal conflict?

Anna Chase

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Internal conflicts could refer to a number of things! If a person is dealing with issues within themselves, and needs to make a decision about s...Learn more

Asked by Micheal

History πŸ•Œ
Why were the British soldiers headed to Concord?

Anna Chase

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During this time, there were growing rumblings of revolution against the British, especially with organisations such as The Boston Tea Party protest...Learn more

Asked by Kafi

Applying for Medicine πŸ‘©β€βš•οΈ
Im currently drafting my personal statement and don't know anyone who knows about medical personal statements . Could anyone look over mine for me ?

Anna Chase

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Hello, you can drop an email to k1207272@kcl.ac.uk and we'll get to you asap!

Asked by James

History πŸ•Œ
Whose civil liberties did the U.S. government violate during WWII, and in what ways did they do this?

Anna Chase

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Both the US and Canada interned people of Japanese origin. This included confiscation of property and removal of jobs.

Asked by Sarah

Physics πŸš€
How does the parallax effect work?

Anna Chase

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Parallax is a displacement or difference in the apparent position of an object viewed along two different lines of sight and is measured by the angl...Learn more

Asked by Liam

Physics πŸš€
Could humans survive on other planets in the universe?

Anna Chase

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Interesting question, Liam! There are a few things that we'd need to take into consideration when thinking about this. Firstly, we need to consid...Learn more

Asked by Max

Geography πŸ—Ί
What causes the most injury in hurricanes?

Anna Chase

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Flooding is usually the highest cause of death or injury. This is due to flash floods and storm surges caused during hurricanes.

Asked by Lourdes

Chemistry βš›οΈ
Magnesium burns in oxygen, forming magnesium oxide. this equation represents the reaction : Mg(s) + O2 (g) > MgO(s) balance the equation?

Anna Chase

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Mg(s) + O2 (g) > MgO(s) Side A has 1 Mg, 2 O molecules Side B has 1 Mg and 1 O molecule So to balance, you need to add an O molecule on side ...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

Biology 🌱
If mother is colour blind and father is normal then what will be the percentage of colour blind child (male and female) in F1 progeny?

Anna Chase

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It's difficult to answer this question without knowing the inheritance patterns of the genes for colour blindness, whether genes are dominant or not...Learn more

Asked by Max

History πŸ•Œ
How did Truman justify the use of the atomic bomb?

Anna Chase

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Truman wanted to bring a faster end to the war. 4 years had already passed since the war began, but the Japanese had not surrendered. Truman believe...Learn more

Asked by Blue

German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ
Handel en wij 3?

Anna Chase

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If you ask your question in English, more tutors may be able to help!

Asked by Test

Maths πŸ’―
How do you convert 1cm to inches?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

Hi, To convert centimetres to inches you have to divide the length by 2.54. Therefore, 1/2.54 = 0.3937 inches.

Asked by Fien

German πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ
Hey ik ben niet geΓ―ntreseerd in jullie ijs?

Anna Chase

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Hi! Please ask your question in English and we can try to answer!

Asked by Chris

Politics πŸ›
How is the leader of the Chinese Communist Party chosen?

Anna Chase

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The President is elected by the National People's Congress (NPC), China's highest state body, which also has the power to remove the President and o...Learn more

Asked by Manga

Chemistry βš›οΈ
What are crystals?

Anna Chase

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Hi Manga! A crystal is a solid where the atoms/ions are arranged in a regular 3D fashion

Asked by Tim

Biology 🌱
What type of connective tissue anchors the skin to underlying muscle?

Anna Chase

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Hi Tim, The hypodermis anchors the skin to muscle. It is mainly made up of adipose tissue (fat).

Asked by Jeniffer

Geography πŸ—Ί
What is the role of greenhouse gases in global warming?

Anna Chase

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An increase in the amount of greenhouse gases causes less energy to escape from the atmosphere. Over time, this means that more and more energy is t...Learn more

Asked by Tim

Science πŸ”¬
What mechanism could explain the diversity of life?

Anna Chase

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Development by normal determination and different instruments underlies the fantastic assorted variety of present-day living things, and the activit...Learn more

Asked by Tim

Physics πŸš€
Do girls put on some weight during puberty?

Anna Chase

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Development and Pubescence. Not every person develops and creates on a similar calendar. Amid adolescence, the body starts rolling out hormones that...Learn more

Asked by Appdroidsmena

Computer Science πŸ–₯
What is the best way of concatenating strings found in an array of length n?

Anna Chase

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you should be using ArrayLists, and your output should be an ArrayList. Once you've made these your pre-condition, the operation is built-in--first...Learn more

Asked by Liam

Physics πŸš€
What structure in the human ear is primarily responsible for the sense of balance?

Anna Chase

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The human ear is divided in outside, middle and inner elements. the inner ear includes both organs of listening to and balance. explanation: the...Learn more

Asked by Richard

Art & Drama 🎨
What are cinematic conventions?

Anna Chase

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Ordinarily, realistic filmmaking is finished with one camera and every one of the shots are set up for one camera see the point at once. ... Realist...Learn more

Asked by Audrey

History πŸ•Œ
By the end of the 16th century, what was the fashionable trend that drove the demand for knitted items?

Anna Chase

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Fleece and cloth had been the principle textures in European history, clear back to the Bronze Age. Woolen garments were less expensive and more...Learn more

Asked by Max

Physics πŸš€
Should a scalpel be disinfected or sterilized? Why?

Anna Chase

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It should be sterilized. Cleansing and sanitization are sterilization forms. The principle distinction among cleaning and sanitizing is that ...Learn more

Asked by Haytham

Maths πŸ’―
Can you state the general methods/steps with any formulas when working out questions using linear interpolation and standard deviation, and any common mistakes to look out for?

Anna Chase

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Interpolation is the way toward getting a basic capacity from an arrangement of discrete information focuses with the goal that the capacity goes th...Learn more

Asked by Holly

Career Advice πŸ‘¨β€πŸš€
What A-levels should I take if I would like to be a psychologist?

Anna Chase

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Hi Holly! To become a psychologist you would need to complete a Bachelor's degree is Psychology, this is typically a three year degree. Your b...Learn more

Asked by Orry

Maths πŸ’―
Sin^2(17)+sin^2(73)+tan^2(35)-cot^2(29)-sec^2(35)+csc^2(29)?

Anna Chase

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This is a pretty complex problem. Have you tried connecting with a tutor who may be able to help you work through this question?

Asked by Liam

Applying for Medicine πŸ‘©β€βš•οΈ
Are muscles and glands part of the central nervous system, receptors, part of the peripheral nervous system, or effectors?

Anna Chase

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Receptors are in charge of accepting improvements and there are the photoreceptor, chemoreceptor, thermoreceptors, mechanoreceptors, and so forth in...Learn more

Asked by Jeniffer

Biology 🌱
What is an evolutionary trend of amphibia?

Anna Chase

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The evolutionary trend of amphibia is its partial migration from water to colonize the land. Ancestors of class Amphibia developed Associate in N...Learn more

Asked by Liam

Geography πŸ—Ί
What are some pros and cons of sustainable agriculture?

Anna Chase

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PROS OF ORGANIC FARMING 1. No GMOs 2. Supports healthy soilο»Ώ 3. More nutrition and flavor 4. Supports pollinators 5. The healthier working envi...Learn more

Asked by Jack

General πŸ›
Whats the best tutor-student link apps in the world?

Anna Chase

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Hi Jack! You're on one of them right now ;)

Asked by Max

Biology 🌱
What factors can affect river species diversity?

Anna Chase

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Hi Max! There are many factors that can affect river species diversity, here are a few: the age of the river, the organic matter, and dissolved o...Learn more

Asked by James

History πŸ•Œ
What is the string theory? How is it related to space time?

Anna Chase

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We live in a brilliantly intricate universe, and we are interested in it naturally. On numerous occasions, we have pondered - for what reason would ...Learn more

Asked by Richard

History πŸ•Œ
What were boomers?

Anna Chase

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Boomers is the name given to pilgrims in the Southern Joined States who endeavored to enter the Unassigned Grounds in what is presently the territor...Learn more

Asked by Liam

Science πŸ”¬
Can you explain different types of natural disasters?

Anna Chase

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Types of disasters events incorporate calamitous climate occasions and seismic action that triggers tremors and torrents. While certain geographic z...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

Applying for Medicine πŸ‘©β€βš•οΈ
What are flat bones? What is their function?

Anna Chase

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The bones of your skeleton are classified into several categories, including flat bones. Other bone types include: -long bones -short bones -ir...Learn more

Asked by Graham

Biology 🌱
What is rheumatoid arthritis and is there a cure?

Anna Chase

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Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disorder that affects your joints. In some people, the condition also can damage a wide variety of bo...Learn more

Asked by Gabie

Maths πŸ’―
M divided by seventeen equals twenty one remainder three what is m?

Anna Chase

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If I understand correctly what you have stated is: m / 17 = 21 remainder 3 This can be rewritten: m = (21 * 17) + 3 m = 357 + 3 m = 360

Asked by Tulee

Physics πŸš€
What is physics?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

Physics is life 😎

Asked by Brooke

Maths πŸ’―
Given Y=12x^2-(3/x)+(4/5) find an expression for dy/dx then the stationary point?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

Rewrite to make differentiation easier y = 12x^2 - 3x^-1 + 4/5 Let's differentiate it: dy/dx = 2*12x^(2 - 1) - (-1)*3x^(-1 - 1) Simplify: d...Learn more

Asked by Annie

Study Skills πŸ“š
What is the best way to revise for a science subject that I am particularly bad at. I find it hard to remember the key facts statistics and figures, as well as all of the equations I am supposed to know. ?

Anna Chase

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Hi! Science subjects can be particularly challenging and require a lot of hard work and study. You'll need to try out plenty of different revision s...Learn more

Asked by Jessica

History πŸ•Œ
How old was hitler when he died?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

He committed suicide aged 56.

Asked by Paige

General πŸ›
What are CATS Exams in the UK? For year 9 students?

Anna Chase

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Most secondary schools use Cognitive Abilities Tests, CATs, to test general intelligence and to stream overall or set for certain subjects. They ar...Learn more

Asked by Helen

Maths πŸ’―
What is the converse of Pythagoras’ theorem?

Anna Chase

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Pythagorean Theorem Converse: If the square of the longest side of a triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides, then the tr...Learn more

Asked by Annie

Music 🎢
What is diegetic music?

Anna Chase

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Sound whose source is visible on the screen or whose source is implied to be present by the action of the film: voices of characters. sounds made by...Learn more

Asked by Nana

Biology 🌱
Need help on microorganisms?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

What are you struggling with?

Asked by Sehreen

Geography πŸ—Ί
I need help with energy changes?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

Could you be more specific with your request?

Asked by Gabie

Maths πŸ’―
M divided by 17 = 21r3 what is m?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

M/17 = 21r^3 If this is the correct question, we simply have to rearrange. All you have to do in this case is get rid of the 17 on the left side. We...Learn more

Asked by Hollie

Law πŸ“–
What are lay magistrates?

Anna Chase

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Lay Magistrates are normal people from the local community who are not required to hold any legal qualifications, in the judicial decision-making pr...Learn more

Asked by Lexie

Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅
What is the best app to learn japanees i?

Anna Chase

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There are plenty of services tailor made for language-learning, such as DuoLingo and FluentU. There are lots of free resources online for you to try...Learn more

Asked by Devi

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
How can I get better at English language?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

Hi! There are multiple components to learning any language. Vocabulary, grammar and plenty of reading! If you can find ways to improve in each of ...Learn more

Asked by Tom

Maths πŸ’―
Please can someone tell me what surds are and how to work them out? It really confuses me?

Anna Chase

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Hi Tom! You might find this revision article useful: https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/zpbcjty/revision/1 And also, this video goes through...Learn more

Asked by Phoebe-Lily

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
I have two questions: 1) What is pathetic fallacy? 2) What are connotations?

Anna Chase

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Hi! A pathetic fallacy is the attribution of human feelings and responses to inanimate things or animals, especially in art and literature. C...Learn more

Asked by Elephant

Chemistry βš›οΈ
What is salt?

Anna Chase

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Hi, salt is made up of Sodium and Chloride, with the chemical formula NaCl.

Asked by Brett

History πŸ•Œ
What was the advantages and disadvantages of the King and his earls in Anglo Saxon and Norman England?

Anna Chase

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Here are a few things that I managed to get from Pearsons. Hope it helps! Advantages: ο…€ As a religious leader, people believed that God was ...Learn more

Asked by Annie

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
Produce a short paragraph explaining whether you believe the descriptions of Mickey and Edward at the age of 7 suggest that their personalities are more affected by nature or nurture (blood brothers)?

Anna Chase

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I can't give you an exact answer, Annie, but I can help you write a good one. The general theme of the play discusses ideas around class and wea...Learn more

Asked by Annie

Music 🎢
Name the notes in a d7 chord?

Anna Chase

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The D seventh chord is constructed with a root, a major third, a perfect fifth and a minor seventh.

Asked by Alicia

Physics πŸš€
How does doubling the mass affect kinetic energy?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

It will double its kinetic energy - it's proportionate.

Asked by Ads

Maths πŸ’―
How do you find out the number when only the percentage of it is given?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

You do this by figuring out 100%. Let's work this out using an example: 25% of a number is 300. What is 100%? What do you have to do to 25% to...Learn more

Asked by Rosy

Biology 🌱
What is the physical component of fitness?

Anna Chase

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THere's 5 known aspects: cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition. If you can keep t...Learn more

Asked by Tae

Maths πŸ’―
The line 2y+x=10 meets the circle x^2+y^2=65 at P and Q. Calculate the length of PQ?

Anna Chase

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Hi Tae, if we were to draw both of these on a graph we would get a circle centered at the origin and a line that meets the circle at two points. ...Learn more

Asked by Sophia

Science πŸ”¬
How do I get a level 8 writing a science conclusion?

Anna Chase

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The best way to practice is to read through conclusions in scientific journals. If you can replicate that, you can get amazing grades! Generally,...Learn more

Asked by Ruby

Science πŸ”¬
What safety feature must an appliance have if it is connected by a two-core cable?

Anna Chase

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Ah it's on the tip of my tongue but I forgot some of the key areas. You can check out this link from bitesize though which will hopefully help: h...Learn more

Asked by Sophie

Maths πŸ’―
How do you do ratio?

Anna Chase

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The best way to do it would be to work with an example. Maybe if you ask the question again with the question you need help with, I can work on that...Learn more

Asked by Mav

Geography πŸ—Ί
Can u give me examples of cities in Britain that have settlement patterns and what they are? URGENTLY😭?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

Bradford and Shapwick, Somerset!

Asked by Phoebe-Lily

Art & Drama 🎨
Any ideas for careers involving art?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

There are tonnes! Some are related directly to Art. For example, you can use your artistic skills to become a photographer, an editor or even a jour...Learn more

Asked by Huda

Maths πŸ’―
How do I pass my GCSE Maths?

Anna Chase

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Honestly, the most important thing is past papers. Questions are usually repetitive. What I would do is complete a past paper in timed conditions, a...Learn more

Asked by Haydn

Maths πŸ’―
What is 2+2?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

2 + 2 = 4

Asked by Abigail

Maths πŸ’―
How do you solve this question? Edmund, Susan and Peter shared Β£150 on the ration (4x+10):(2x+5):(5x+3). How much did each person get?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

You need to find the value of x You know that (4x+10) + (2x+5) + (5x+3) = 150 so, 11x +18 = 150 11x = 132 x = 132/11 or 12 Now you can just...Learn more

Asked by Vaishnavi

Biology 🌱
What is respiration?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

In simple words, it's the act of breathing :) The science-y stuff: It's when we inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide.

Asked by Karolina

Maths πŸ’―
Solve the inequality 4-x<9?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

-x<5 (I did -4 on both sides) X<-5 (I made the x positive)

Asked by Eloise

Biology 🌱
Can you Help with biology?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

What do you need help with exactly?

Asked by Grace

History πŸ•Œ
Who was the first president?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

The first president of which country? If you're referring to the US, the first president of the United States under the Articles of Confederation wa...Learn more

Asked by Text

Maths πŸ’―
5678 + 45681?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

It’s 51,359

Asked by Mohit

Chemistry βš›οΈ
How many molecules are there in chemistry?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

There's no real way to include all of them, since there have to be an enormous number of ways to put these molecules together that we haven't found ...Learn more

Asked by Alwa

Maths πŸ’―
4xy+3x+4y+3xy=0 make x and y as a subject please :)?

Anna Chase

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x = -4y / (7y + 3) y = -3x / (7x + 4)

Asked by Merryn

Maths πŸ’―
How do you work out percentages?

Anna Chase

Knowledgeable, Calm and Patient tutor

Divide by 100, then multiply by the percentage. Let me give you an example. What is 30% of 1000? First, you do 1000/100 which gives you 10. Then you...Learn more