# John Parry

UCL pure mathematics student & experienced tutor

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## Hi, I'm John

A* A-Level Mathematics A* A-Level Further Mathematics Studying pure mathematics at UCL at present. 2015-2016, KT Tuition, Whitehaven. I tutored GCSE & A-level mathematics for a year with this company. I also self-taught myself A-level further Mathematics, so I consider myself to have an insight into what needs to be done in order to achieve a good level of understanding. I am still studying (mathematics at university) so I am constantly in the mindset of teaching myself which Is a mindset I also incorporate into my tuition.

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### My education

#### University College London (UCL)

Mathematics - First (2016 - now)

#### Cockermouth Sixthform

A Levels - A*A*AA (Mathematics, Further Mathemstics, Art, English Language) (2014 - 2016)

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Asked by David

Maths ðŸ’¯# John Parry

UCL pure mathematics student & experienced tutor

Cuts the x-axis at x ={-3, 5+sqrt(19), 5-sqrt(19)} Turning points occur at x={-4/3, 6} Found by setting fâ€™(x)=0 (taking the first derivative and s...Learn more

Asked by Clara

Maths ðŸ’¯# John Parry

UCL pure mathematics student & experienced tutor

This is easiest explained with an diagrams, but as I cannot, Iâ€™ll try make this as clear as possible. We have some triangle, with angles A, B and C...Learn more

Asked by Umar

Physics ðŸš€# John Parry

UCL pure mathematics student & experienced tutor

We resolve forces in Classical Mechanics to simplify our problems. For instance, let us say we have a block on a table. We would pick our x-axis to ...Learn more

Asked by Selina

Maths ðŸ’¯# John Parry

UCL pure mathematics student & experienced tutor

A constant is held constant (as the name suggests), where as a variable is a number that is aloud to change. For instance, if we let y=5+x, here, 5 ...Learn more