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Douglas McGuire

Young, friendly mathematician with a passion for teaching!

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Hi, I'm Douglas

I'm a friendly young man looking to provide tuition on days I'm not in college to fund my course. I'm currently studying music but I'm a recent graduate from UEA. I've been tutoring maths for 7 years to people of varying ability and age. I have a passion for both maths and teaching, and I'm often told my tutees enjoy working with me and feel comfortable due to the fact I'm familiar with the curriculum and I'm of a similar age. I'm extremely patient, very friendly and reassuring and really enjoy working with kids. If you like, I can always provide multiple references from many happy customers I still work with in Norwich. I have an A* in GCSE Maths, A-Levels in Maths and Further Maths, a BSc First Class Hons. degree in Mathematics, and a Distinction grade MSc Master's degree in Quantitative Financial Economics (both degrees from UEA). I study music on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, with the ...Learn more

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University of East Anglia (UEA)

Quantitative Financial Economics - Distinction (2017 - 2018)

University of East Anglia (UEA)

Mathematics - First Class Hons. (2013 - 2016)

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Asked by Omer

Maths πŸ’―
Express 4sin theta - cos( pi/2 - theta) as a single trigonometric function. Their answer is converts the whole -cos section including the brackets in to -sin theta and I don’t understand why?
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Young, friendly mathematician with a passion for teaching!

Consider the addition formulae: Cos(a+b) = cos(a)cos(b) - sin(a)sin(b) Sin(a+b)=sin(a)cos(b) + sin(b)cos(a) (I'm going to do the following in degr...Learn more

Asked by Vera

Maths πŸ’―
(β€œ{β€œ will replace the surd in this case) Given that 5{7 - {x / {7 - {x = 8 + {y where x and y are positive integers and {y is a surd in its simplest form, find the values of x and y (sorry I appreciate that this is hard to read)?
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Young, friendly mathematician with a passion for teaching!

It's too difficult to read. You should make sure to use brackets to make it completely clear what it is you're trying to write, even if you don't ne...Learn more

Asked by Vera

Maths πŸ’―
(β€œ{β€œ will replace the surd in this case) Given that 5{7 - {x / {7 - {x = 8 + {y where x and y are positive integers and {y is a surd in its simplest form, find the values of x and y (sorry I appreciate that this is hard to read)?
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Douglas McGuire

Young, friendly mathematician with a passion for teaching!

It's too difficult to read. You should make sure to use brackets to make it completely clear what it is you're trying to write, even if you don't ne...Learn more

Asked by Vera

Maths πŸ’―
(β€œ{β€œ will replace the surd in this case) Given that 5{7 - {x / {7 - {x = 8 + {y where x and y are positive integers and {y is a surd in its simplest form, find the values of x and y (sorry I appreciate that this is hard to read)?
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Douglas McGuire

Young, friendly mathematician with a passion for teaching!

It's too difficult to read. You should make sure to use brackets to make it completely clear what it is you're trying to write, even if you don't ne...Learn more