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Hi, I'm Nasra

I am currently in my penultimate year at university studying for a degree in Economics. I have experience in teaching Mathematics to students of all ages in Primary School.

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City, University of London

Economics (BSc) - 1 (2016 - 2019)

City and Islington Sixth Form College

A Levels - ABB ( Maths, Economics, Sociology) (2014 - 2016)

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Asked by Harry

Maths πŸ’―
What is the square root of 64?
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Nasra Abdullahi

Experience in helping students with Maths and 11+ exams

To find the square root, we think of a number that multiplied itself to give you the result you have. For example, 8x8 = 64 and therefore, the squ...Learn more

Asked by Ned

Maths πŸ’―
Help I got the question : 2+2= ? - 1 = ?
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Experience in helping students with Maths and 11+ exams

2+2 equals 4. therefore, the last question mark is equals 4. To find the value of the first question mark, you need to think of a number where if ...Learn more

Asked by Lauren

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3 companies sell same furniture. OFL = Β£1965 MOP= €2620 PONY = $2979 Exchange rates are Β£1 = €1.34 and Β£1 = $1.52. Which company sells this furniture at the lowest price?
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Experience in helping students with Maths and 11+ exams

There is a mistake in the question above. The cheapest furniture is made by MOP

Asked by Jean

Maths πŸ’―
4x-45=18 what is x?
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Experience in helping students with Maths and 11+ exams

To solve this, we first add 45 to both sides of the equation: 4x-45+45 = 18+45 4x = 63 To find the value of x, we can divide 63 by 4 63/4 = 15.7...Learn more

Asked by Lauren

Maths πŸ’―
3 companies sell same furniture. OFL = Β£1965 MOP= €2620 PONY = $2979 Exchange rates are Β£1 = €1.34 and Β£1 = $1.52. Which company sells this furniture at the lowest price?
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Nasra Abdullahi

Experience in helping students with Maths and 11+ exams

We can do this by converting all prices to the same currency. For this one, we can use the pound. OFL = Β£1965 MOP = 2620/1.34 = Β£1955.22 PONY = ...Learn more

Asked by Osman

Maths πŸ’―
What’s 5 * 66+ 54?
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Experience in helping students with Maths and 11+ exams

For this question, we can use the rules of BODMAS, therefore we do the multiplication first and the addition after 5*66=330 330+54=384

Asked by Rebekah

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100+8 squared?
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Experience in helping students with Maths and 11+ exams

8 squared is equal to 8x8 which is equal to 64. According to the rules of BODMAS, we do the multiplication first which is equal to 64 which we then...Learn more

Asked by Madesh

Maths πŸ’―
How many sides are on a hexagon?
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Experience in helping students with Maths and 11+ exams

A hexagon is a six sided shape

Asked by June

Maths πŸ’―
Use all the digits 4,1,3,5 and 2 to form the biggest number that is divisible by 5?
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Experience in helping students with Maths and 11+ exams

For a number to be divisible by 5, it has to end in either 0 or 5 Therefore, our number has to end in 5 and we arrange the rest in order from bigg...Learn more

Asked by Paulina

Maths πŸ’―
What is 57+ 8 squared?
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Experience in helping students with Maths and 11+ exams

8 squared is equal to 8x8 which equals to 64 According to the rules golf BODMAS, the square is done first and the addition after Therefore, the qu...Learn more

Asked by Kyla

Maths πŸ’―
How many quarters are there in 5?
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Experience in helping students with Maths and 11+ exams

In 1, there are four quarters. Therefore, in 5 there should be 20 quarters. (5x4)

Asked by Nicole

Maths πŸ’―
What is x(4+2x) -5(x-4)?
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Experience in helping students with Maths and 11+ exams

Expand the brackets first to get: 4x+8x^2 - 5x+20 Add the two x’s together to get: 8x^2-x+20

Asked by Josh

Maths πŸ’―
How do I draw a graph of y=x^2 - 3 for values x from -2 - 2?
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Experience in helping students with Maths and 11+ exams

Substitute the values of x into the equation For x =-2, y = (-2)^2 - 3 = 1 For x =-1, y = (-1)^2 - 3 = -2 For x =0, y = (0)^2 - 3 = -3 For x =-2, y...Learn more

Asked by Emma

Maths πŸ’―
It takes 5 workers 12 days to paint a large bridge. how long would it take 4 workers?
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Experience in helping students with Maths and 11+ exams

For one worker, it would take him 12/5 = 2.4 days Therefore, for 4 workers it would take them 4*2.4 = 9.6 days