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Experienced tutor with proven results in maths and economics at all levels!

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Hi, I'm Talha

I am a graduated from the London School of Economics (LSE) and have been working in the city of London for almost 3 years as a strategy consultant, one of the most prestigious jobs in the city. Currently I am working as an entrepreneur building up several businesses. Academically, I graduated from the LSE where I attained a 2:1, achieving a first in almost half my modules and was awarded a number of awards from the university for contribution to student life. I took my A-Levels in Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, History and Economics which I got A's for. I also took 15 GCSEs achieving 11 A*s, 2As and 2 Bs. I am also currently undertaking a number of post-graduate courses in Arabic, Philosophy and other subjects with the aim of continuing to develop myself self after university. Aside from my work and studies, run many voluntary projects both locally and nationally. I have always felt...Learn more

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London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Maths a d Economics - 2:1 (2008 - 2011)

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Asked by Simon

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What is the square root of 2?
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Experienced tutor with proven results in maths and economics at all levels!

It's an irrational number which goes on forever! From our calculators, we get as far as 1.4142135624

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How do I find the point of contact of a tangent to a curve or circle?
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Find the gradient of the line from the centre of the circle to the point on the circle you need, then use that to find the gradient of the tangent. ...Learn more