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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

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Hi, I'm Ciara

Having regularly tutored my peers and those younger than me during my school years, I am both accustomed to a wide variety of learning styles and mathematical content. Furthermore, I am particularly familiar with the notorious MEI Maths A-level syllabus having studied it myself. I look forward to delivering fun and fruitful lessons and hope to cultivate a passion for the subject in my students as well as brilliant results. I believe the best method of teaching identifies and works to overcome weaknesses and gaps of knowledge by harnessing both technical and examination skill. Particularly in Maths exams, practice is paramount to understanding mathematical language and success in exams, thus I would be eager to recommend tried and tested resources I have found useful to use in students for use in their own time.

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Asked by Maayir

Maths πŸ’―
What is a reflex arc??
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3+ years teaching Maths

Great question! A reflex arc diagram shows the nerve pathway followed by a reflex action. A simple example is when you touch something really ...Learn more

Asked by Manga

Chemistry βš›οΈ
What are crystals?
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3+ years teaching Maths

A crystal or crystalline solid is a solid material which is made up of a highly ordered microscopic structure, forming a crystal lattice that extend...Learn more

Asked by Kieran

Geography πŸ—Ί
What’s the tallest building in Tapei?
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3+ years teaching Maths

I believe it’s a building called β€œTaipei 101”. It’s just over 1/2km tall - 509m to be exact. Beautiful city too :)

Asked by Phoebe-Lily

Biology 🌱
What cell opens and closes the stomata?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Specialized cells known as guard cells surround stomata and function to open and close stomatal pores.

Asked by Andee

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
How did Golding use language to dehumanise the boys and make Simons death terrifying in the lord of the flies?
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3+ years teaching Maths

The message that Golding is trying to convey is that it is hard, if not impossible, for human beings to ultimately master their more primitive and s...Learn more

Asked by Patricia

Chemistry βš›οΈ
What is the term to describe a chemical reaction that releases heat energy?
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3+ years teaching Maths

An exothermic reaction is a chemical reaction that releases energy through light or heat.

Asked by Omer

General πŸ›
What is the answer for question 1 on Loci β€œLindsey is deciding where to put a bench”?
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3+ years teaching Maths

I don't know what question 1 looks like sadly! Do you mind writing up the full question, and we can work through it together :)

Asked by Praks

Religious Studies πŸ“Ώ
What are christian & muslim views on death penalty?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Muslims believe that capital punishment is a most severe sentence but one that may be commanded by a court for crimes of suitable severity. While th...Learn more

Asked by Jt

Physics πŸš€
Difference between transverse and longitudinal waves ?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Transverse Waves: Displacement of the medium is perpendicular to the direction of propagation of the wave. Longitudinal Waves: Displacement of th...Learn more

Asked by Karolina

Chemistry βš›οΈ
What are electrolytes?
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3+ years teaching Maths

They are a liquid or gel which contains ions. They can be decomposed by electrolysis, too.

Asked by Joe

Maths πŸ’―
What is 577Γ·44?
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3+ years teaching Maths

It's 13.11, but I'm sure you could've used a calculator to figure that out! Do you need help with calculating long division by hand?

Asked by Hasoor

Computer Science πŸ–₯
What work experience can you get in computer science in year 12-13?
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3+ years teaching Maths

I'm pretty sure Scoodle do work experience. My younger brother did something with them. It's worth asking!

Asked by Hrisitiyana

Maths πŸ’―
How many 1/3’s are there in 4?
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3+ years teaching Maths

12 is the number you're after :)

Asked by Fatema

General πŸ›
Is this app completely free?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hello, Yes, the app is free to use! However, if you want to book lessons with tutors, each tutor may charge a different rate. Otherwise, it's free t...Learn more

Asked by Silvia

Applying for University ✍️🏽
I dont know what to pick for my A-levels, I want to be a criminal psychologist. Someone help?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi! For A-levels, it's always useful to have a look at the degree courses you're applying for. I suspect subjects like Maths, English, Biology or Ps...Learn more

Asked by Shauna

History πŸ•Œ
Give an SA about albert Einstein?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Shauna, please clarify your question!

Asked by Immy

Physics πŸš€
If you accidentally drop a 50p coin (0.01kg) from the top of the shard (308m). How fast will it be travelling when it hits the ground?
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3+ years teaching Maths

The mass of the body has no relevance in free fall. Anything falling to Earth accelerates at the same rate (in a vacuum) Using the formula v^2 =...Learn more

Asked by Ella

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What is Shakespeare's most famous play?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Probably Romeo & Juliet. Maybe Hamlet!

Asked by Andrei

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
How can I practice English Language/Literature?
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3+ years teaching Maths

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 Pia

Biology 🌱
How does the heart work?
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3+ years teaching Maths

This video may help with some visuals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7XaftdE_h60

Asked by Queen Favour

Maths πŸ’―
What is differentiation?
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3+ years teaching Maths

When we draw graphs, lines or curves they are usually representations of some function. E.g. the graph y = x is a function. Differentiation helps...Learn more

Asked by Abigail Hope

Science πŸ”¬
What is the radius of an atom to approximately............ manometers?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

The diameter of an atom ranges from about 0.1 to 0.5 nanometers (1 Γ— 10βˆ’10 m to 5 Γ— 10βˆ’10 m). Hope this helps :)

Asked by Faith

Maths πŸ’―
Can someone explain really clearly how to do the Pythagoras theory ??
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3+ years teaching Maths

Imagine on a right angled triangle, you put a square attached to each side. The area of the two smaller squares added together is the area of the la...Learn more

Asked by Anonymous

Study Skills πŸ“š
How do I revise a case study (mainly for Geography)?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Read it, absorb it, learn the key points and facts and figures, come up with some general discussion points and test yourself!

Asked by Jane

General πŸ›
Hi, I have a 17 year old daughter who has ADHD & Autism with some learning difficulties. She is hard working and really wants to pass her English & Maths GCSE. She has missed loads due to severe health. Can anyone help?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Jane, Have you tried looking for a tutor via the tutor search functionality? You should be able to find tutors in your local area who would be w...Learn more

Asked by Lolita

Maths πŸ’―
How to work out percentages?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi, you'll find this page useful: https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/z9rjxfr/revision/1

Asked by Alastair

Chemistry βš›οΈ
What compound does copper and fluorine make?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

Copper(II) fluoride

Asked by Lolita

Maths πŸ’―
How do you work out a percentage?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

Simply divide by 100 and then multiply by the number on top. For example, 30% of 100 is 1000 divided by 100, times by 30, which is 300

Asked by Sofia

Maths πŸ’―
What is e+e+e+e+e+e?
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3+ years teaching Maths

e+e+e+e+e+e = 6e

Asked by Sara

Maths πŸ’―
If I am studying for a maths algebra test what is the hardest part of algebra, eg. terms, factoring?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi! Every student is different in what they find easy and what they find challenging. It's hard to answer this question, and only you can truly answ...Learn more

Asked by Surafel

Biology 🌱
What type of virus is HIV AIDS?
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3+ years teaching Maths

It's a lentivirus (a type of retrovirus).

Asked by Jeniffer

Biology 🌱
How does the heart functions, with respect to the blood flow and heart chambers?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Jeniffer, Here is the flow of normal circulation: Deoxygenated blood from the tissues enters the right atrium of the heart via the vena cav...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

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

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 Max

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What is the true meaning of conjunctive proposition and disjunctive proposition?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Let's first discuss what a recommendation is - it's something that is communicated and about which we will decide it's fact or lie. For instance: ...Learn more

Asked by Marie

Spanish πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Έ
Spanish tutor?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Marie! Yep! Just click on the Tutor tab on the bottom navigation menu and search for Spanish. There are plenty of great tutors there :)

Asked by Max

History πŸ•Œ
Why did King George lIl forbid colonists from setting in the Ohio River Valley after it was gained by Britain from France?
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3+ years teaching Maths

The French had set up an extremely productive hide exchange with the clans of the Ohio Waterway Valley and past. The French provided the clans wit...Learn more

Asked by Liam

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What is lyric poetry?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Lyric poetry may be a formal sort of poetry that expresses personal emotions or feelings, sometimes spoken within the person.[1] The term derives fr...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

Science πŸ”¬
How does agriculture affect water resources?
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3+ years teaching Maths

The test of enhancing water quality is a developing worldwide concern, epitomized by the European Commission Water System Mandate and the Assemble...Learn more

Asked by Omar

Engineering πŸš…
Where can I go with a performing engineering operations Level 2 qualification? If I do Level 3, what would be the best option to go for?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi! The best way to figure the answer to this question out would be to look at job websites, like Indeed. If you put in the name of the qualificatio...Learn more

Asked by Audrey

Science πŸ”¬
According to the law of conservation of matter, the matter is never created or destroyed. Yet in a food pyramid, the amount of biomass decreases as we move up through the pyramid, from producers to top-level consumers. Why?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Each level of the sustenance pyramid utilizes vitality for digestion top-level forever. The procedure of digestion utilizes mass by consuming glucos...Learn more

Asked by Livio

Accounting πŸ“’
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3+ years teaching Maths

please kindly elaborate more so we can help you out with the answer.

Asked by Richard

Psychology 🧠
A RH negative father has a RH negative son. What is the possibility of other children being RH negative? May we then conclude that the son's mother is also negative?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Everything relies upon the qualities conveyed by the mother. On the off chance that the mother is twofold passive, all kids end up negative; however...Learn more

Asked by Nikita

Economics πŸ“ˆ
What are the exports and imports for asset income (a component of the current account)?
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3+ years teaching Maths

The equalization of the present record lets us know whether a nation has a deficiency or an overflow. In the event that there is a deficiency, doe...Learn more

Asked by Micheal

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
Do poems have to have rhythm or rhyme?
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Asked by Micheal

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
Do poems have to have rhythm or rhyme?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Asked by James

History πŸ•Œ
What justification dd the North Koreans offer for their attack on South Korea?
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3+ years teaching Maths

The North Koreans advocated their assault on the South by the craving of the Korean individuals to be autonomous and bound together. Korea had...Learn more

Asked by Max

Science πŸ”¬
What atomic transition occurs in the atoms of hydrogen gas in the spiral arms of our Galaxy to produce the 21-cm radio emission?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Due to the attractive dipole cooperation between the electron and core the ground state vitality level of an electron is part into two. The 21 c...Learn more

Asked by Tyler

Engineering πŸš…
To hold more than one piece of MDF, which joints are the strongest?
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3+ years teaching Maths

MDF is for the most part less expensive than compressed wood. The surface of MDF is exceptionally smooth, and you don't need to stress over bu...Learn more

Asked by Sam

Maths πŸ’―
A game costs Β£1 to play, the coin rolls into a random cup if it goes in the WIN cup, you getΒ£3, if LOSE then gets nothing. Lily plays 12 games(gets Β£6 profit), Mila plays 25(Β£4 loss). a)use their results to find out the probability of winning once?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Let's name and conquer. We'll write P(m,n) to mean "the probability of getting m or more with n rolls". For example, the probability of winning the ...Learn more

Asked by Sara

Maths πŸ’―
What is the nth term to the following sequence?7,10,13,16?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Since you're adding 3 each time, you know it will be 3n. if n is 1, 3 x 1 = 3. But, the sequence you sent needs to have 4 added. So, When n = 1, 3n+...Learn more

Asked by Videogamemaster

Maths πŸ’―
3446678xΒ£382627282?
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3+ years teaching Maths

1 318.79304 trillion UKΒ£

Asked by Audrey

Biology 🌱
What happens during open heart surgery? Do they have to stop the heart?
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3+ years teaching Maths

The surgeon infuses a chemical agent (cardioplegia) which stops the heart’s function. The solution contains potassium ion which has a quieting effec...Learn more

Asked by Jeniffer

Biology 🌱
What causes an ocean breeze to blow?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Amid the day the land warms up quicker than the water, fundamentally because of blending. With the land being hotter, the environment over the land ...Learn more

Asked by Hannah

Career Advice πŸ‘¨β€πŸš€
What the sixth form has good photography courses?
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3+ years teaching Maths

The course covers a wide and changing territory of concentrate with light-based symbolism spreading over very nearly two centuries. You will draw in...Learn more

Asked by Liam

History πŸ•Œ
There are three oxymorons in "1984" by George Orwell. Freedom=slavery, war=love, and ignorance=strength. What do they mean?
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3+ years teaching Maths

oxymorons are phrases which might be opposites sort of, its a word that contradicts its self, for example, an oxymoron is pronouncing like that's a ...Learn more

Asked by Audrey

Science πŸ”¬
Even the ice-hard heart of Hades melted." Is this a hyperbole?
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3+ years teaching Maths

No, on the grounds that nothing is being misrepresented. Most importantly, Hades is the lord of the dead and the black market. It\'s Hades who ga...Learn more

Asked by Tim

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
Which quotation from the passage best supports that this statement is the central idea?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Obstacles can sometimes be opportunities in disguise. Follow your goals.

Asked by Richard

Physics πŸš€
What kind of front forms when a cold air mass catches up to a warm air mass?
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3+ years teaching Maths

At the point when the main edge of a chilly air mass (cool front) makes up for lost time to the withdrawing edge of another chilly air mass (warm fr...Learn more

Asked by Jesus

Maths πŸ’―
Which two equations are equivalent?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Systems of equations that have the same solution are called equivalent systems. Given a system of two equations, we can produce an equivalent syste...Learn more

Asked by James

Biology 🌱
Parts of ribosomes shift from cytosol to nucleus and from nucleus to cytoplasm: Is this true? If yes, why is it so?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Assume that you have a valuable snippet of data. How about we envision that this snippet of data is a diagram. Actually, it's not only an outlin...Learn more

Asked by Audrey

Politics πŸ›
How did the views of the Whigs and Democrats differ from those in the Free-Soil Party?
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3+ years teaching Maths

The main manner in which the perspectives of the Whigs and Democrats differed from the ones within the loose-Soil celebration is that the Whigs, alt...Learn more

Asked by Sarah

Biology 🌱
How do biomes affect humans?
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3+ years teaching Maths

With the end goal to adjust, people have influenced the Chaparral. Chaparral biomes everywhere throughout the world have been vigorously influenced ...Learn more

Asked by Max

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
Is the purpose of grammar to make English behave like Latin?
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3+ years teaching Maths

The function of grammar is to give language structure and consistency, so that we all follow the same rules when articulating speech/ writing. Every...Learn more

Asked by James

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
'What a helpful friend he is.' What is the subject and predicate in this sentence?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi James, The predicate in this sentence is 'what a helpful friend'. It is the verb and everything related to it. The subject is 'he'.

Asked by Audrey

Geography πŸ—Ί
What is about 7/10 of earth's fresh water?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Audrey! 7/10 of earth's fresh water is in the North and South Pole. It is trapped, frozen in glaciers ❄

Asked by Richard

History πŸ•Œ
What was the My Lai Massacre?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Richard, The My Lai Massace is known as 'the most shocking episode of the Vietnam war'. It was a mass murder of Vietnamese civilians by US tro...Learn more

Asked by Audrey

Biology 🌱
What kinds of proteins make up the mitotic spindle?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Audrey! The mitotic spindle is made of microtubules, a polymer of tubules. They have a spindle-like space which gives it its name!

Asked by Max

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What is an example of hypercorrection in the English language?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hypercorrection - what is it? It's what happens when rules of grammar and language are misapplied, over applied, or otherwise used in a way that tri...Learn more

Asked by Audrey

Politics πŸ›
What factors led George W. Bush to victory in 2000?
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3+ years teaching Maths

The 2000 presidential election is the most controversial in US History, the result was contested because it was uncertain who won in Florida, a swin...Learn more

Asked by Tim

Biology 🌱
How does genetic information pass among DNA, RNA, and proteins?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

A simplified summary: DNA contains the genetic code and all the genetic information. DNA can be transcribed into RNA which is a single-stranded pie...Learn more

Asked by Richard

Biology 🌱
How do you calculate blood volume?
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3+ years teaching Maths

There are a number of ways to calculate blood volume: https://www.wikihow.com/Calculate-Blood-Volume

Asked by James

History πŸ•Œ
What was a liberty bond?
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3+ years teaching Maths

A Liberty bond (or liberty loan) was a war bond that was sold in the United States to support the allied cause in World War I. The bonds were a majo...Learn more

Asked by Max

History πŸ•Œ
Who led the Khmer Rouge in a reign of terror as they executed millions of Cambodians?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Pol Pot, Pol Pot was a leader in the Cambodian Communist movement and became premier of the government of Democratic KampuchΓ©a (DK) from 1976 to 197...Learn more

Asked by Max

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What is the difference between morphology, phonology, and syntax?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Phonology: the study of sounds. Phonology focuses on how sounds are made using mouth shape, tongue placement, vocal cord use, etc Morphology: stu...Learn more

Asked by Tim

Science πŸ”¬
How do jet streams differ from winds in the lower atmosphere?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Tim, Jet streams differ from winds in the lower atmosphere because they are stronger πŸ’ͺ. They also blow in a different direction.

Asked by Jeniffer

Biology 🌱
Is it necessary to have a bigger eye ball for developing Myopia?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Jeniffer, Myopia is what is commonly referred to as being 'short-sighted' and no it isn't necessary to have a bigger eye ball!

Asked by Lisa Marie

History πŸ•Œ
Wanneer was de middeleeuwen?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Lisa, The middle ages lasted between the 5th and 15th century! De Middeleeuwen duurden tussen de 5e en 15e eeuw! Thanks/ Bedankt!

Asked by Max

History πŸ•Œ
Why did the Europeans continue maritime exploration when the Chinese deliberately abandoned it?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Max, Unlike the Chinese the Europeans continued with maritime exploration. The Europeans wanted to convert a large number of people to Christi...Learn more

Asked by Liam

Geography πŸ—Ί
Plateau of Tibet, the world's largest plateau, is located in which country?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Liam, The Tibetan Plateau is not located in a single country but rather spans from Central Asia to East Asia!

Asked by Richard

History πŸ•Œ
How was the Altamont concert different from the Woodstock Festival?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Richard, The difference between these two concerts can be seen if we look at what they each represented. Woodstock took place in 1969 and was ...Learn more

Asked by Max

Religious Studies πŸ“Ώ
What is pentecostalism?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Max, Pentecostalism is a belief within Protestant Christianity which puts emphasis on having a personal experience with God and Holy Spirit ba...Learn more

Asked by Max

History πŸ•Œ
What happened at the Battle of the Bulge?
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3+ years teaching Maths

In 1944, The Germans launch the last major offensive of the World War II, Operation Mist, also known as the Battle of the Bulge, an attempt to push ...Learn more

Asked by Micheal

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
How would you use math/science to make the world a better place?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Math and science are present in every single aspect of modern life. Without both, electricity, computers, modern technology, modern medicine etc are...Learn more

Asked by Atia

Religious Studies πŸ“Ώ
Explain two ways in which belief in the trinity influences Christians today?
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3+ years teaching Maths

The Trinity is a particularly complicated concept within Christianity that does leave many Christians confused. The Trinity expresses the way Ch...Learn more

Asked by Kafi

Applying for Medicine πŸ‘©β€βš•οΈ
Interesting medical books to read? E.g. Memoirs , histories any types?
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3+ years teaching Maths

This is a great question. When it comes down to it, it really does depend on what types of books you enjoy reading! Some medicine-genre books I've r...Learn more

Asked by Tim

Biology 🌱
How does echolocation work?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Echolocation is the use of sound waves and echoes to determine where objects are in space. Bats use echolocation to navigate and find food in the da...Learn more

Asked by James

Politics πŸ›
Can someone help me answer this question about homeland security? Thank you!?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

The United States Department of Homeland Security is a cabinet department of the United States federal government with responsibilities in public se...Learn more

Asked by James

Geography πŸ—Ί
How and when did the ozone layer form?
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3+ years teaching Maths

When? Ozone Layer i.e the amount of Ozone required to shield the Earth from biologically lethal UV radiation is believed to have been in existence ...Learn more

Asked by Eesha

Study Skills πŸ“š
How do I study efficiently?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hi Eesha, That's a great question! I know there's a lot of advice you can get, but here are a few things that I found to work well for me: 1. ...Learn more

Asked by Selina

English πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§
What is passive aggression?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Passive-aggressive behaviours are those that involve acting indirectly aggressive rather than directly aggressive. Passive-aggressive people regular...Learn more

Asked by Alex

Biology 🌱
What is mitosis and how does it play part in cell division?
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3+ years teaching Maths

A type of cell division that results in two daughter cells each having the same number and kind of chromosomes as the parent nucleus, typical of ord...Learn more

Asked by Ryleigh

Spanish πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Έ
How do you say my mum is beautiful in Spanish ?
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3+ years teaching Maths

mi madre es hermosa

Asked by Harry

Maths πŸ’―
What are integers?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

It’s just a whole number like 1 or 5 πŸ™‚

Asked by Lwendo

Maths πŸ’―
What is the value of x when 2(x+3)=16?
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3+ years teaching Maths

2x+6 = 16 2x = 10 x = 5

Asked by Leila

Maths πŸ’―
The mean height of 7 pupils is 123 cm one pupil of height 147cm leaves, find the mean of the remaining 6?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Hello again Leila! It would help if you could share what you think the answer is. That way, I can help you work it out. Try asking again with you...Learn more

Asked by Maddie

Religious Studies πŸ“Ώ
What are the different types of discrimination and give an example of each one? Please?
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3+ years teaching Maths

Here’s a list to get you started πŸ‘Œ age. being or becoming a transsexual person. being married or in a civil partnership. being pregnant or on m...Learn more

Asked by Leila

Maths πŸ’―
Pete has 7 ponies they have a mean height of 116cm pete buys an 8th pony the height of the pony is 128cm, what is the mean of the 8 ponies together?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

You can do ((116 x 7) +128 ) / 8 to get the answer. If the average of the 7 is 116, it’s fine to assume all 7 are that height. Chuck that into a cal...Learn more

Asked by Leila

Maths πŸ’―
What are inequalities?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

Inequalities help us to describe the relationship between the left and the right. Let’s take a look at an example: We know that 3 = 3. This is eas...Learn more

Asked by Alex

Maths πŸ’―
What is an equilateral triangle?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

An equilateral triangle is really just a triangle where all the sides are equal in length. E.g. /\ / \ /____\ This horr...Learn more

Asked by Ryleigh

Maths πŸ’―
How do you convert fractions into decimal places?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

You just divide the top number by the bottom number πŸ™‚

Asked by Ryleigh

Maths πŸ’―
What are prime numbers ?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

They are numbers that can only be divided by itself and 1 For example: 13

Asked by Maddie

Maths πŸ’―
How to find the radius of a circle?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

It’s simple. You divide the diameter by two to get the radius πŸ™‚

Asked by Shernett

Maths πŸ’―
What is the solution of the system of equations ? Y= 6x+7. 3x-8y=4?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

Y= 6x+7. 3x-8y=4 3x-8(6x+7)=4 3x-48x-56=4 -45x=-60 x = -60/45 x=-4/3 You should be able to solve for Y with that 😊

Asked by Uzayr

Maths πŸ’―
How do you draw a graph of y=sin x + 2?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

I can’t attach a picture here yet, but on your graph, you start from the bottom left and go up and down. It’s kind of like a wave πŸ™‚

Asked by Mahisha

Business πŸ‘”
Year 1: 4 complaints per 1000 customers Year 2: 18 complaints per 1000 customers - what is the percentage change in customer complaints?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

In year 1, 4/1000 is 0 is 0.4% In year 2, it rose to 18/1000, which is 1.8% The percentage change becomes the difference between the two. So the a...Learn more

Asked by Anais-Jade

Maths πŸ’―
How do you work out the range?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

This example will really help πŸ™‚ The smallest value is 10 and the largest value is 30. To calculate the range, subtract the two values: 30 - 10 = 2...Learn more

Asked by Bnhgnh

Chemistry βš›οΈ
Why models such as that of the atom are useful in science?
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Ciara Daniels

3+ years teaching Maths

Atomic models are important because they help us visualize the interior of atoms and molecules. That helps us predict the properties of matter.