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Study Skills

Asked by David · a year ago

How can i study best for math?

As one of my lecturers is always reminding us “maths is not a spectator sport”. The best way to learn maths is to do it. Start of by working through an example, then ask yourself how everything in the question fits together. Next, practice other examples, increase difficulty etc.

Maths

Asked by Maia · 2 years ago

How do you add, multiply, subtract, divide negative numbers?

Adding and Subtracting: It’s very useful to think of an imaginary numberline, and to keep on mind whether your answer will be getting bigger or smaller. Eg -3 + 5 = 2 (This is because it takes 3 jumps to get to 0, and then another 2 jumps makes 5 jumps in total.) Eg -4 + -6 = -4 - 6 = -10 (the rule is -+ = -) Eg -2 - -8 = -2 + 8 = 6 (the rule is - - = +) Multiplying and Dividing: The same rul... more

Law

Asked by Tasnim · 2 years ago

How does Eu law and devolution challenge parliamentary sovereignty?

irstly, to briefly summarise, Parliamentary Sovereignty (PS) is the notion that in the UK, Parliament is supreme; Parliament is the ultimate law-making body. This concept is best known to originate from the work of Dicey. EU Law challenges Parliamentary Sovereignty because of the principle of EU Supremacy - that where there is a clash of domestic law and EU law, the courts must apply EU law. The... more

Biology

Asked by Sofia · 2 years ago

What is 75% in a decimal?

75% as a decimal is 0.75. This is a common and useful fact to learn off by heart for maths. One way to work out the answer is by doing 75/100. This is because percentages are out of 100. Then, thinking about place value /100 is represented by 2 decimal places. So the answer is 0.75.

Maths

Asked by Chancelvie · 2 years ago

Hi I need help for my GCSE exams maths lesson?

Hello. Some general advice for studying for GCSE Maths. When studying a topic eg Circle Theorems, it is useful the first start by writing out some examples and notes either from a textbook or reliable website (eg BBC Bitesize. Then - Practise! Complete as many questions on that topic as possible from textbooks, workbooks, or online worksheets (tes is a very useful resource for worksheets). Once... more

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