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Friendly teacher who makes maths and physics easier!

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Hi, I'm Mark

19 year old QUB Physics with Astrophysics student. On average for year, sitting on a First. A* in GCSE maths and physics with A in A level Maths and B in Physics (A* in theory but was sick for practicals.) 2018/19 President of QUB physics and maths society! Very good at explaining complex maths and physics and will be a great asset for exam time!

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Queen's University Belfast

Physics with Astrophysics - Ongoing (2017 - now)

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Rathmore Grammar School

A Level Maths, Physics, Computer Science - ABB (2015 - 2017)

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Asked by Fatima

Maths πŸ’―
What is the answer to this question: in a school, tutor groups have a maximum of 24 students. There are 185 students in year 7. What is the smallest possible number of year 7 tutor groups? Show your working out?
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185/24=7.7, which we can interpret as β€œ7 tutor groups and a bit extra” for a maximum of 24 students. Therefore, we will need 8 full tutor groups per...Learn more