# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

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## Hi, I'm Mujavid

Former teacher (5 years) now working as a Software Engineer and Designer. Previously worked for Google and Codecademy, a long with a bunch of other startups. Studied Computer Science at UCL, with a First (1:1 / 4.0 GPA). Very passionate about teaching especially technical subjects.

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### My education

#### University College London (UCL)

Computer Science (BSc) - 1:1 (2015 - 2017)

#### University College London (UCL)

Pharmacy (2013 - 2014)

#### Fortismere School

A Levels - A*AA (2010 - 2012)

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# Mujavid Bukhari

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Series of posters used to explain how the cycle of tech product usage works and how we can add recycling to it.

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I taught at a summer intensive course on essentials of Arabic grammar. I wrote this book as an aid to the course. It covers esse...

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Essay on Electric Vehicles

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UCL - Computer Science - Human Computer Interaction Module - Essay on Software Engineering and its subdisciplines Achieved 1:1 ...

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UCL - Entrepreneurship 1 module - Short Coursework Achieved grade: 84% Report on the emerging UK startup Improbable, includes:...

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Asked by Andreea

Maths 💯# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

Let’s write that relationship as a formula: p = k x (1 / r^2) Where k is the proportion constant we need to find. When p=5 and r=2, let’s find ou...Learn more

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Maths 💯# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

First let’s find her total costs: 60 * 120 = 7200 40 * 200 = 8000 Total Cost = 7200 + 8000 = 15200 At a per kg level thia is calculated by doing...Learn more

Asked by Maddie

Maths 💯# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

To solve this, we must complete the square: x^2 + 5x + 2 = 0 x^2 + 5x = -2 (x + (5/2))^2 - (5/2)^2 = -2 (x + (5/2))^2 = -2 + (5/2)^2 (x + (5/2))^2 ...Learn more

Asked by Maryam

Maths 💯# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

There are 5 angles (or vertices) in a pentagon.

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Chemistry ⚛️# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

A stronger Bronsted-Lowry acid is, by definition, the stronger proton donor. The ideal bond angle between carbon atoms is 109.5 degrees. In cyclopr...Learn more

Asked by Leila

Maths 💯# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

7x123 = 861cm (total height) This is the total height of all 7 students. From this we must subtract the person of height 147cm. 861 - 147 = 714 cm...Learn more

Asked by Laibah

Science 🔬# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

You spelled it correctly! Bioaccumulation is the build up of toxins in a food chain, so that animals at the top are most severely effected. Let’s ...Learn more

Asked by Abbie

Maths 💯# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

Most common math problems involve some form of multiplication. In school you are taught times tables so that you can be comfortable with solving the...Learn more

Asked by Aniya

Physics 🚀# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

The essential equations, at least at GCSE level, I call them the “suvat” equations. They each contain some of the values below: s = distance travel...Learn more

Asked by Kiara

Maths 💯# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

Hi Kiara, by definition a prism is three-dimensional. A prism is a type of 3D shape with flat sides. It has at least two ends that are the same sha...Learn more

Asked by Kanetra

Biology 🌱# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

Down syndrome or Trisomy 21, is caused by a third copy (complete or partial) of chromosome 21.

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Maths 💯# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

I assume by theta, you mean x. Lets convert those degrees to radians first: 20degrees -> pi / 9 radians 180degrees -> pi radians 4(3^(1/2))sin(3x ...Learn more

Asked by Haytham

Maths 💯# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

Interpolation is a estimation of a value within two known values in a sequence of values. Example If at time = 0s my speed was 0kmh (0s, 0kmh) and ...Learn more

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Maths 💯# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

0^0 is mathematically ambiguous and has been debated for a long time. Some say it’s 1 because an exponent to the power of 0 is 1. Others say it’...Learn more

Asked by Sammy

History 🕌# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

Hitler was the leader of the Nazi party (translated in english as the National Socialist German Workers’ Party). Before 1934, the Nazis had a para...Learn more

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Maths 💯# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

Since 2x2 is 4, the square root of 4 is 2.

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Economics 📈# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

The formula for income elasticity of demand is: elasticity = % change in quantity demanded / % change in price This is because we are looking for ...Learn more

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Engineering 🚅# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

Tensile stress is the stress state caused by an applied load that tends to elongate the material in the axis of the applied load, or in other words,...Learn more

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Chemistry ⚛️# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

When a system has reached a dynamic equilibrium at a given concentration of reactants/products, temperature, pressure and volume, then a change in a...Learn more

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Maths 💯# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

Since our objective is to find √300, we need to separate 300 into its factors, and ideally factors containing square numbers. Here are the steps: 1...Learn more

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History 🕌# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

The Weimar Republic faced opposition from the outset in 1919, after the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. Economic hardship affected the whole na...Learn more

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Study Skills 📚# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

Before I went off to university, my dad gave me a tip. "Treat it like a job. Hit the books Monday through Friday 9-5. Work in the library, not your ...Learn more

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English 🇬🇧# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

The female of the two horses. She is “a stout motherly mare approaching middle life, who had never quite got her figure back after her fourth foal.”...Learn more

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Maths 💯# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

If we’re looking for the lowerbound of pi, the circumference C would have to be at its smallest and the diameter D would have to be at its highest. ...Learn more

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Engineering 🚅# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

At Google, and other tech companies I’ve worked at, I met software engineers (SWEs) with backgrounds from physics and maths all way to drama and Fre...Learn more

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English 🇬🇧# Mujavid Bukhari

Software Engineer, Ex-Googler and Computer Science at UCL

Shakespeare was an English poet and playwright, often regarded as the greatest writer in the English language. Some of his most famous works were Ro...Learn more