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Hi, I'm Sajeel

I’ve always loved maths. And anything maths related. I have been tutoring for over a year now and as an undergraduate student myself I understand how hard it can be for people to learn and how useful using modern techniques to teach is. I teach maths but I also teach gcse science and some computer science.

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University of Liverpool

Mathematics and computer science (2017 - now)

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Sale Grammar School

A levels - ABC (2015 - 2017)

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Sale Granmar School

Gcse’s - 9 A*-C including A* in mathd and A’s in all 3 sciences and geography (2013 - 2015)

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Asked by Jamie

Maths 💯
Johns decorating business has 25 customers in year 1 and a revenue of £35,700. His objective is to gain a 20% increase in sales in year 2, and a 30% increase in sales value. How many customers will he have and what will his revenue be?
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20% increase in sales means 20% increase in in customers. 20% of 25 is is 5. 25+5=30. So he will now have 30 customers. To work out his revenue we ...Learn more

Asked by Sebastian

Computer Science 🖥
Which programming language should I learn first as a beginner?
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Skilled tutor and undergraduate at University of Liverpool

I would always learning java first as it’s an object oriented language and it’s not too difficult to learn like some languages and not as simple as ...Learn more

Asked by Lily

Maths 💯
A is the point (2,-5) B is the point (4,-9) 1a. Show that the gradient of the straight line passing through a and b is -2 1b. C is the point (-305, 601) does c lie on a straight line passing through a and b? You must show your working?
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Gradient for a straight line is change in y/ change in x. So we get the difference in x values which is 2 - 4 =-2. We get change in y from -5 - (-9)...Learn more

Asked by Nicole

Maths 💯
My year 8 daughter is really excelling in Expanding Quadratics. What should I be teaching her next to boost her?
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Skilled tutor and undergraduate at University of Liverpool

Basic trigonometry would be useful and would prepare her for her GCSE’s. Also factorising quadratics. Once she knows how to factorise and expanding ...Learn more

Asked by Kiran

Maths 💯
T=5x + 2y. How do you you work out the value of T?
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Sajeel Qureshi

Skilled tutor and undergraduate at University of Liverpool

Well you can only work out value of T if you have values for x and y.

Asked by Mathias

General 🏛
It is compulsory to be good at math and at sciences to be able to study in the computing?
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Skilled tutor and undergraduate at University of Liverpool

No it’s not compulsory but having a mathematicians think style helps when it comes to problem solving and algorithms.

Asked by Anurag

Maths 💯
Should we study calculus or stats to prep for college?
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Skilled tutor and undergraduate at University of Liverpool

In the uk we study calc and normally stats at a levels (US equivalent of seniors in high school I think) if we chose to study maths which is then bu...Learn more

Asked by Tayla&

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What are the differences between alpha beta and gamma?
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Sajeel Qureshi

Skilled tutor and undergraduate at University of Liverpool

This is a very vague question and could refer to many things as alpha beta and gamma are just Greek alphabet

Asked by Hannia

Maths 💯
Calculate the area of this triangle. 17 times 8 times 15. What is the answer and what do you do after it?
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Skilled tutor and undergraduate at University of Liverpool

I’m assuming the numbers you have given are the lengths of the sides. Then you use Heron’s formula. First u work out a given by equation s=(a+b+c)/2...Learn more

Asked by Sophie

General 🏛
Why is Algeria good for life?
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What is algebra not uses for? Algebra is basically a way to put any problem into maths to be able to solve it. Even when u work out the cost of your...Learn more

Asked by Ausetua

Maths 💯
How do you solve negative quadratics?
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If you make the quadratic equal to zero. And then multiply both sides by negative 1(switch signs of every component) then solve it like a normal qua...Learn more

Asked by Sophie

Chemistry ⚛️
How is a Allegra’s related to life?
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Sajeel Qureshi

Skilled tutor and undergraduate at University of Liverpool

Algebra can be applied to everything. It’s used in pretty much all fields. Even if you don’t realise.

Asked by Leah

Maths 💯
The arithmetic average if 10 numbers 2,-5,-2,5, x - 3, 10, is 8 find x?
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Skilled tutor and undergraduate at University of Liverpool

We need all 10 numbers to do this

Asked by Hasoor

Computer Science 🖥
What work experience can you get in computer science in year 12-13?
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Skilled tutor and undergraduate at University of Liverpool

This really is depended t on what language/s you know and what level ur at. Working on something like an app for Android using android studio and ja...Learn more