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Talented teacher and immense passion for Mathematics.

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Hi, I'm Mohamed

athematics tutor I have various experience with different types of students, from struggling to natrually talented students. I teach by perfecting the understanding of the foundation of Mathematics, so that my students are able to grasp the entirety of the problems they face. I am currently tutoring privately and also at centre where i teach a small class of younger students up to and including GCSE students.

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Mathematics (2016 - now)

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Asked by Stephanie

Maths πŸ’―
How do you divide double numbers such as 659 divided by 32?
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Talented teacher and immense passion for Mathematics.

Very easily: 1)how many 32s fit into 6, see the answer is 0 remainder 6, then you move the remainder 6 onto the the second digit 5 to make 65 2)how ...Learn more

Asked by Hannia

Maths πŸ’―
Calculate the area of this triangle. 17 times 8 times 15. What is the answer and what do you do after it?
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It depends on the triangle, and there is a whole topic that you need to know that I could teach on just triangles.

Asked by Kumayl

Maths πŸ’―
What are the equations when working out geometric or arithmetic sequences?
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Talented teacher and immense passion for Mathematics.

For linear sequences it is Nth term=dn+(a-d), where a is the first term and d is the difference. For quadratic sequences; Nth term=a+(n-1)d+1/2(n-1...Learn more

Asked by Skyler

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5 + 23 - X = 9?
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Very simply move all the numbers to one side, So add an X to both sides to get rid of the X on the left, you get 5+23=X+9 Then take away 9 from both...Learn more