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Nicholas Hutter

Final year Actuarial Science student at LSE with 7 years tutoring experience.

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Maths

Asked by Merryn · 4 years ago

How do you work out percentages?

To calculate the percentage increase: First: work out the difference (increase) between the two numbers you are comparing. Increase = New Number - Original Number Then:  divide the increase by the original number and multiply the answer by 100. % increase = Increase ÷ Original Number × 100. If your answer is a negative number then this is a percentage decrease. To calculate percentage decrea... more

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Asked by Brooke · 4 years ago

Express x^5/(2x-7x^2) in 2x^p-7x^q?

x^5 / x(2 - 7x) take out a common x in the denominator x^4 / (2 - 7x) cancel out an x 1/ x^-4 (2-7x) bring down the x^4 to the denominator 1/ (2x^-4 - 7x^-3) Multiply the x^-4 in (2x^-4 - 7x^-3)^-1

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Nicholas Hutter

Final year Actuarial Science student at LSE with 7 years tutoring experience.

638Students helped
2Questions answered
£30Per hour