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M H A

KCL maths graduate | Finance Professional | 7 years of tutoring experience

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Hi, I'm M H

On maths tuition: I've been passionate about maths since my early school days and, in college, I taught myself all the Further Maths modules in one year as my college didn't teach them. As part of my work as a trainee actuary at one of the UK's most reputable consultancy firms, I have to do a lot of exams, majority of which are mathematically rigorous and challenging. I also enjoy learning new things about maths everyday as part of my work which often involves breaking down complex actuarial/mathematical problems to easy manageable steps so that the non-technical recipients of my work can understand the final results easily. This helps sharpen my teaching skills too! Since my uni days until now, I've provided one-to-one maths tuition to secondary school, GCSE and A-level students. However, due to other commitments and time constraints, I'm now able to provide maths tuition to A-level ...Learn more

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King's College London

Mathematics BSc - 2:2 (2010 - 2013)

Newham College of Further Education

A levels - AAB (Maths, Further Maths, Physics) (2007 - 2010)

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Asked by Kristine

Maths šŸ’Æ
How to draw a graph of y=5x-3 on a grid?
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KCL maths graduate | Finance Professional | 7 years of tutoring experience

- we need some points to plot on the graph - each point will have an x-value and a y-value - set x=0 and find y - set y=0 and find x - plot these tw...Learn more

Asked by Hrisitiyana

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How many 1/3ā€™s are there in 4?
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M H A

KCL maths graduate | Finance Professional | 7 years of tutoring experience

1 has three 1/3s. By that I mean: 1 = 1/3 + 1/3 +1/3 => 1 = 3 x 1/3 Now multiplying both sides by 4 => 4 x 1 = 4 x 3 x 1/3 => 4 = 12 x 1/3 So 4 h...Learn more

Asked by Leah

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The arithmetic average if 10 numbers 2,-5,-2,5, x - 3, 10, is 8 find x?
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M H A

KCL maths graduate | Finance Professional | 7 years of tutoring experience

We need all of the ten numbers to solve this (your question only gives six). Then you can express the given statement into an algebraic equation: ...Learn more