# Pellumb Ahmetaj

QTS Secondary school Head of Maths teacher with 5 years experience πͺπ―

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## Hi, I'm Pellumb

I have been teaching for 5 years whilst also performing private tutoring. If you want a professional education whilst being correctly assessed and stretched you have found the right place. Maths and Further Maths are my main subjects and I have experience teaching it in 1-1, group and classroom settings. This involves all levels from KS3 until A-level.

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### My education

#### Goldsmiths, University of London

PGCE Secondary Mathematics Teaching - Pass (2015 - 2016)

#### Queen Mary University of London

MEng Material Science and Engineering - 2:1 (2011 - 2015)

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Maths π―# Pellumb Ahmetaj

QTS Secondary school Head of Maths teacher with 5 years experience πͺπ―

The area of a sphere is actually a surface area as a sphere is a 3 dimensional object. The area of a sphere is equal to 4 x pi x the radius squared....Learn more

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Maths π―# Pellumb Ahmetaj

QTS Secondary school Head of Maths teacher with 5 years experience πͺπ―

Taking the number 30 as an example. We have to identify the lowest prime that 30 is divisible by, in this case 2. We perform 30 divided by 2 and get...Learn more

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Maths π―# Pellumb Ahmetaj

QTS Secondary school Head of Maths teacher with 5 years experience πͺπ―

Angles in any type of triangle always have a sum of 180 degrees. The proof of this includes a straight line and knowing how angles interact with pa...Learn more

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Maths π―# Pellumb Ahmetaj

QTS Secondary school Head of Maths teacher with 5 years experience πͺπ―

To find an approximate value for the square root of a number N, you can find the closest square number smaller than N and the closest square number ...Learn more

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Maths π―# Pellumb Ahmetaj

QTS Secondary school Head of Maths teacher with 5 years experience πͺπ―

To calculate the percentage increase: First:Β work out the difference (increase) between the two numbers you are comparing. Increase = New Number -...Learn more