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Marian Kutsoati

Resourceful tutor in physical, applied and social sciences at Imperial College.

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Engineering

Asked by Eloise · a year ago

Can someone help explain the process of electrolysis?

The negative electrode is connected to the negative terminal of cell/battery in a DC circuit. This electrode is called the cathode. Think of the cathode as being covered with electrons that are coming from the cell. So the cathode is negatively charged. The positive electrode is called the anode. This is connected to the positive terminal of the cell/battery. Think of the anode as having a lack... more

Business

Asked by Selina · a year ago

What is meant by the term ethics?

Ethics is one of the main branches of philosophy. Ethics is concerned with ideas such as what is right or wrong behavior. There are 3 main branches of eithics: 1. Meta-ethics is to look more abstractly at ethics. Meta is a greek word to mean above or beyond so Meta-ethics means to look beyond eithics. We ask questions like 'Can we ever know what is right or wrong?' 2. Applied ethics is what som... more

Maths

Asked by Hafsa · 2 years ago

Why does magnesium stay a solid over a long period of time?

Magnesium Mg is an element with a boiling point of 650 degree Celsius. The state of metals at room temperature depends on the bonds known as molecular bonds. Magnesium has a high molecular bond.

Maths

Asked by Annie · a year ago

How do you work out perimeter?

The perimeter is the distance around the outside of a shape. To work out the perimeter of a shape you need to know the lengths of all of the sides of the shape and then add them together. This will give you the perimeter of the shape.

General

Asked by Jess · a year ago

What is the best way to revise so the information gets stuck in your head and you don’t forget it?

1. Firstly understand the topic. You may find it easier if you organise the topic into a tree of questions which explain the topic to the foundational knowledge required to grasp the concept. 2. Apply the concept in questions or revisit the material in a way where you need to pull information out of your head. You can do this via past papers or flash cards. This is known as active recall. This p... more

Maths

Asked by Faith · a year ago

Increase £14120 by 4%. Give your answer rounded to 2 decimal points?

The basic way is to find 4% of £14,120 and then add the amount to £14,120. £14,120 x 4% = £564.80 Increase of £14,120 by 4% = £14,120 + £564.80 = £14,684.80

Religious Studies

Asked by Daniel · 2 years ago

Who am i actually?

A special child of the Living God created in His image and likeness.

Religious Studies

Asked by Daniel · 2 years ago

Who am i actually?

A special child of the Living God created in His image and likeness.

Maths

Asked by Mani · 2 years ago

What are solids?

Solids are samples of matter that maintain their shape without confinement. The molecules are closely packed.

Marian's profile picture

Marian Kutsoati

Resourceful tutor in physical, applied and social sciences at Imperial College.

844Students helped
9Questions answered
£40Per hour