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Pellumb Ahmetaj

QTS Secondary school Maths teacher with 4 years experience 💪💯

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Hi, I'm Pellumb

I have been teaching for 4 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 is my main subject and I have experience teaching it in 1-1, group and classroom settings. This involves all levels from KS3 until A-level I am located in north west zone 2 (Camden) however am very willing to travel.

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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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Asked by Alicia

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64.32 by 0.12?
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QTS Secondary school Maths teacher with 4 years experience 💪💯

Multiply both of the numbers by 10 so that both the divisor and divider are whole numbers. You then get 6432 divided by 12. Using long division you ...Learn more

Asked by Hunter

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How do I find prime factors of a number?
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QTS Secondary school Maths teacher with 4 years experience 💪💯

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

Asked by Ianis

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How do I calculate simple algebraic equations?
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QTS Secondary school Maths teacher with 4 years experience 💪💯

This depends on each equation individually. The most general answer for this would be to perform inverse operations in the opposite of BIDMAS to the...Learn more

Asked by Lucas

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What is 2+2?
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QTS Secondary school Maths teacher with 4 years experience 💪💯

2 plus 2 is 4. However if you take away 1 it becomes 3.

Asked by Pro

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What is the area of a sphere?
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QTS Secondary school Maths teacher with 4 years experience 💪💯

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

Asked by Lola

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What is 867 -146?
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QTS Secondary school Maths teacher with 4 years experience 💪💯

I would recommend the coloumn method of subtraction in this scenario. 867 - 146 --------- 721 Always line up your numbers with the correct plac...Learn more

Asked by Meera

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How do you work out square roots?
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QTS Secondary school Maths teacher with 4 years experience 💪💯

The square root by hand is not a very difficult process however it is a skill no longer required or taught in general education. The best way now is...Learn more

Asked by Jora

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What is the balance method?
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QTS Secondary school Maths teacher with 4 years experience 💪💯

The balance method is used to solve equations. If follows the principle of balancing both sides of an equation. To perform this method, whatever ope...Learn more

Asked by Selina

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What are the angles in a right angled triangle?
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QTS Secondary school Maths teacher with 4 years experience 💪💯

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

Asked by Charlie

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What is the square root of 144?
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QTS Secondary school Maths teacher with 4 years experience 💪💯

The square root is the inverse of the square function. It asks what number was multipled by itself to achieve in this case 144. By using our knowled...Learn more

Asked by Gaby

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I went to a store and bought an item worth $30. I had to pay 9% tax as well. How much did I pay JUST for the tax?
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Pellumb Ahmetaj

QTS Secondary school Maths teacher with 4 years experience 💪💯

One good way of solving such a question is by using multipliers. If I start on 100% and I have to also pay 9% tax, I end up paying 109% of the pric...Learn more

Asked by Merryn

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How do you work out percentages?
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QTS Secondary school Maths teacher with 4 years experience 💪💯

It can be either done by dividing the two numbers in question and then multiplying by 100 so that you go from a decimal answer to a percentage one. ...Learn more