# Hubert Kaluzny

Second year Imperial Computing student, with previous teaching experience.

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## Hi, I'm Hubert

I’ve previously tutored struggling Key Stage 3 maths students, and aided in the teaching of GCSE computer science to a set of year 10s over a course of a school year. I aim to motivate my tutees to study, ensure they are confident with the current material and then stretch their abilities.

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### My education

#### Imperial College London

Computing (2017 - 2018)

#### Gunnersbury Catholic School

A Levels - A*AA (maths, further maths, physics) (2010 - 2017)

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Maths 💯# Hubert Kaluzny

Second year Imperial Computing student, with previous teaching experience.

Applying arcsin to both sides: 2x - 60 = arcsin(0.5) Rearranging for x: x = 0.5(arcsin(0.5) + 60) arcsin(0.5) = 30 degrees All solutions of x:...Learn more

Asked by Anisa

Physics 🚀# Hubert Kaluzny

Second year Imperial Computing student, with previous teaching experience.

In order to fill the tank completely the pump would’ve had to lift 45 L of petrol by 4m. We can calculate this using the gravitational potential en...Learn more

Asked by Anisa

Physics 🚀# Hubert Kaluzny

Second year Imperial Computing student, with previous teaching experience.

Using the gravitational potential energy formula E = mgh we can calculate that 1 step will take 0.3 * 650 = 195 Joules, where 650 = mg as weight i...Learn more

Asked by James

Science 🔬# Hubert Kaluzny

Second year Imperial Computing student, with previous teaching experience.

Parallax is just the difference you see in images when you take them from different positions. It also occurs for example when you’re trying to meas...Learn more

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Science 🔬# Hubert Kaluzny

Second year Imperial Computing student, with previous teaching experience.

Pressure is a combination of different factors as it is based on the force exerted on the container it’s in. Warm air has more energy so exerts more...Learn more

Asked by Holly

Maths 💯# Hubert Kaluzny

Second year Imperial Computing student, with previous teaching experience.

A bisector simply cuts a line in two through the midpoint. There’s plenty of geometric solutions to create one.