# Yahya

Maths | Economics | 6 years experience

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## Hi, I'm Yahya

Graduated with a First Class Honours in Economics and Finance at Queen Mary University. I have 6 years experience teaching Maths, Economics and Quran and love teaching them all from a very basic level to more advanced. I tailor my teaching methods to cater for the needs of different students - and if you’re like me and take time to understand things, dont worry - I will ensure I take things slowly and only move on when you are happy with a topic. I’ve taught over 200 students in total over 6 years and am still looking to help students out with subjects I know.

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#### Queen Mary University of London

Economics - 1st (2014 - 2017)

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Asked by Cat

Maths 💯# Yahya

Maths | Economics | 6 years experience

For questions like this, we just have to multiply the powers. So the new power would be 2 x 1/3 = 2/3. The answer then becomes 216^2/3. Trick: if yo...Learn more

Asked by Alex

Economics 📈# Yahya

Maths | Economics | 6 years experience

Economies of scale is when a company is able to buy more for less. What does this mean? The bigger the company, the more financial power they have....Learn more

Asked by Noman

Study Skills 📚# Yahya

Maths | Economics | 6 years experience

Szcnusacbgszz :)

Asked by Alexandru

Maths 💯# Yahya

Maths | Economics | 6 years experience

Treat x as eggs and y as grapes. You start off with 2 eggs (2x) and 5 grapes (5y) you then get rid of 5 grapes which is denoted by -5y and so in tot...Learn more

Asked by Nadine

Economics 📈# Yahya

Maths | Economics | 6 years experience

Think of it as simply the motivation. For example, if prices of a product go up, suppliers will use this as a motivation/incentive to produce more. ...Learn more

Asked by Shahir

Economics 📈# Yahya

Maths | Economics | 6 years experience

If an item costs £1 on its own, and £1.20 with the tax, the difference in prices paid by consumer with and without the tax is £0.20. The vertical di...Learn more

Asked by Fatima

Economics 📈# Yahya

Maths | Economics | 6 years experience

A market structure is just the way businesses operate. There are 4 main ones: Perfect Competition, Monopolistic Competition (e.g. Local Corner Shop...Learn more

Asked by Abdalla

Economics 📈# Yahya

Maths | Economics | 6 years experience

In Economics: The difference between the total sales revenue of an industry and the total cost of components, materials, and services purchased fr...Learn more

Asked by Andre

Economics 📈# Yahya

Maths | Economics | 6 years experience

Consider the following 2 options: 1) Coke can: 20p Location: 10 miles away 2) Coke can: £1 Location: 2 miles away If the consumer picks the seco...Learn more

Asked by Anisa

Career Advice 👨🚀# Yahya

Maths | Economics | 6 years experience

Use this time to try out lots of different things and you will eventually find the thing you really like!