£10 per hour
I am a MSci Natural Sciences graduate from the University of Cambridge specialising in Chemistry. A-Levels: A-stars in Maths, Chemistry and Physics AS-Levels: As in Further Maths and Biology GCSE's : 5A-stars , 7As and 6 Bs including Maths (A-star) and English (B). I am currently volunteering as a maths tutor in a school and looking for further experience tutoring as I will be starting teacher training in September.
We went through a bunch of really complicated quadratics in great detail and now I understand it way betterlynne7
Would definitely recommend, really helping me in A-level Mathsmathsstudent
two identical charges each of 15g mass and negligible volume are both suspended from the same point by a non conduction weightless strings 1500mm in length. Find the magnitude of each charge is the angle between the strings is 5.
The answer to this question according to the back of the book is 0.11x10^-6C.
Without using your spring scale, estimate the order of magnitude of the mass of your calculator in grams from what you judge to be its size, using the fact that the density of water is 1 g/cm3. Assume that the density of water is about the same as the density of your calculator. 1 g 102 g 104 g 106 g