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-2^2 is -(2^2) = -4. If it had been written as (-2)^2, then it would have been -2x-2=4. The implicit position of the brackets makes all the difference! (I am assuming that you mean 2^x and not x^2. ) If x is an integer, then by substituting values, you can easily find out that there can be only 1 solution, i.e. 2.

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Class 12 Tuition

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Years of Experience in Class 12 Tuition

11

Board

CBSE, IGCSE, ISC/ICSE

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Mathematics

CBSE Subjects taught

Mathematics

IGCSE Subjects taught

Mathematics

Taught in School or College

No

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 12 Tuition

I have 11 years of experience in taking Maths tuition for school-going children upto Std 10. For the last 3 years, I have been taking tuitions for Std 11 and 12 too. Several of my students who hated and feared Maths have got rid of the fear and have a lot more confidence inthe subject. Several who were very weak in Maths improved their understanding and performance significantly. Several have done very well in their Std 12 Board exams, scoring above 95%. Some results of my students: * 1 Std 12 ISC student scored 97% * 1 Std 12 ISC student scored 96% * 1 Std 12 CBSE student scored 95% * 1 Std 12 IGCSE A-level student scored 89% (highest in her school). Note: I take on a maximum of 12 students or so, so that I can give proper one-on-one attention to them.

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26 Jun, 2018

Vikas G Vasu attended Class 11 Tuition

"Mrs. Suman taught me CBSE class 12 mathematics during the year 2017-18 and I scored 95/100 in my boards. I attribute my success to Mrs. Suman's remarkable explanation of concepts which made them intuitive and easy to apply. I began loving calculus after I was taught by Mrs. Suman and her systematic approach to the subject ensured that I could complete the vast portions and also leave ample time for revision. Chapter-wise and full-length tests were held periodically and this helped me improve my speed. Mrs. Suman made math fun and interesting and I am forever indebted to her for showing me that mathematics is neither boring nor difficult. "

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03 Jun, 2017

Sushila Adige attended Class 9 Tuition

"Suman Pachi is an amazing person and teacher. I was almost at zero and failed every test and exam since class VII in Math. Well, you can put that down to having teacher sin school who best taught the so-called-intelligent students. I had made up my mind that Math teachers live in their own worlds and was almost resolved to failing Math in the ICSE, until I began my studies with Suman Pachi. I began to like working out the sums but most of all I began to like going for the tuition with Suman Pachi. She singularly, changed my entire take on Math. She was patient and strict, came to my level of understanding and showed me why I went wrong and how to re-work the same. Her level of perseverance is incredible and this gave me so much impetus, that I vowed to live up to to her expectations of me. She took time to make me understand every concept/principle theorem, which I should have learnt in class 7. She taught me every single one in the few months we had. She encouraged me at every step, reminded and persuaded me to attend class, when I became lazy. Primarily, she is kind, intelligent, knowledgeable and is passionate to 'teach one to understand', unlike the teachers I was forced to bear - who narrated stuff because they had to. Suman Pachi, my only regret is I should I come to you earlier. My gratitude to you for including me in your fold at almost the 12th hour and rekindling my knowledge and courage to do well in my ICSE. Got XI class admission on merit list! "

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03 Jun, 2017

Anish attended Class 11 Tuition

"Suman Aunty is a really helpful teacher who encourages you and makes sure the concepts are very clear. The regular tests make sure you are ready for exams. She also makes sure your attendance is Regular which is helpful. She has good books for challenging sums and another source for challenging you other than the regulatory textbook. Overall Suman Aunty is a great teacher to be with. I was able to get a good score because of her efforts. All credit to her. "

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02 Jun, 2017

Tanvi hegde attended 9th to 12th

"I went to Suman for Mathematics for 4 years. I did IGCSE in 9th and 10th and A levels in 11th and 12th ( an international syllabus). I scored 96 in 10th, 96 in 11th and 89 in 12th.She was extremely helpful. She clears doubts immediately and explains the sum several times till understood. She gives us tests which help us understand where we stand and the areas on which we need to work on. Before appearing for my board exams, I had solved a minimum of 10 past papers, and we had gone over every mistake. I would definitely recommend her due to the personal attention and her helpful preparation strategies. "

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1. Which school boards of of Class 11 do you teach for?

CBSE, IGCSE and ISC/ICSE

2. Have you ever taught in any School or College?

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3. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Class 10 Tuition, Class 11 Tuition, Class 12 Tuition and Class 9 Tuition Classes.

4. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a paid demo class.

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I have been teaching for 11 years.

Answered on 18 Jun CBSE/Class 2/Maths/Mental Mathematics CBSE/Class 9/Mathematics

-2^2 is -(2^2) = -4. If it had been written as (-2)^2, then it would have been -2x-2=4. The implicit position of the brackets makes all the difference!

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Answers 87 Comments Answered on 09 May CBSE/Class 2/Maths/Mental Mathematics CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics

Let no. of votes actually obtained by A and B be a and b. a is 400 more than b => a = b + 400 ........ (1) If a had got 12.5% less votes, b would have got more votes of the same number (as they are the pnly 2 candidates contesting). As this would have resulted in a tie, it implies that these... ...more

Let no. of votes actually obtained by A and B be a and b.

a is 400 more than b => a = b + 400 ........ (1)

If a had got 12.5% less votes, b would have got more votes of the same number (as they are the pnly 2 candidates contesting). As this would have resulted in a tie, it implies that these would have bridged the gap of 400 votes between them, i.e. 25% of a is 400 ....... (2)

=> a = 1600.

b = a - 400 = 1200

So total number of votes polled is 2800.

But this was just 70% of the total number of registered voters. So number of registered voters = 2800/0.7 = 4000.

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Answers 22 Comments Answered on 18/07/2018 Exam Coaching/Engineering Entrance Coaching/IIT JEE Coaching Exam Coaching/Engineering Entrance Coaching/IIT JEE Coaching/IIT JEE Advanced Coaching Exam Coaching/Engineering Entrance Coaching/IIT JEE Coaching/IIT JEE Crash Course

If you're doing well academically and are doing the CBSE or ISC board at school, then you may be able to manage without coaching. FIITJEE and Brilliant's have Test Series which start from October or so. Enroll for those so that you get to know where you stand relatively and can quickly close any knowledge... ...more

If you're doing well academically and are doing the CBSE or ISC board at school, then you may be able to manage without coaching. FIITJEE and Brilliant's have Test Series which start from October or so. Enroll for those so that you get to know where you stand relatively and can quickly close any knowledge gaps.

(1) Brilliant's "One-year Test Series (Brilliant’s Mock All-India Tests) for the JEE Main and Advanced". You can also take their "**JEE:YG (Young Genius) File with B.MAT". (http://brilliant-tutorials.com/jee-main-and-advanced/)**

(2) FIITJEE Test Series (http://cms.fiitjee.co/Resources/Programs/ProgramDetails_Pdf_132.pdf)

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Answers 8 Comments Answered on 18/07/2018 CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics/UNIT III: Coordinate Geometry/Coordinate geometry/Class 10 Difference between two points and section formula CBSE/Class 12/Science/Mathematics

How many solutions are there for

F(x)= 2^(x) - x-2

(I am assuming that you mean 2^x and not x^2. ) If x is an integer, then by substituting values, you can easily find out that there can be only 1 solution, i.e. 2.

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Answers 2 Comments Answered on 23/06/2018 Exam Coaching/Engineering Entrance Coaching/IIT JEE Coaching Exam Coaching/Engineering Entrance Coaching/IIT JEE Coaching/IIT JEE Advanced Coaching Exam Coaching/Engineering Entrance Coaching/IIT JEE Coaching/IIT JEE Crash Course

If you have been scoring above 75% or 80% in Maths so far, it most certainly is! But only if you're very disciplined and are willing to work hard - and that in an organised manner! 1. You need to make a proper weekly schedule - calculate how many chapters in each subject you need to complete each week... ...more

If you have been scoring above 75% or 80% in Maths so far, it most certainly is! But only if you're very disciplined and are willing to work hard - and that in an organised manner!

1. You need to make a proper weekly schedule - calculate how many chapters in each subject you need to complete each week to be able to finish your portions by mid-Dec. (You will need the time after that for revision and solving of sample papers and previous years' papers. ) Then make sure that you stick to it! Work really hard during the week and adjust your weekend plans (one needs recreation and fun too!) to make sure that you are on track wih respect to your schedule by end of Sunday.

2. How you go about studying matters! Check if your text book will give you adequate preparation. If not, you will have to plan to work from another reference book too. (For instance, for Maths, most CBSE schools ask the students to work from the R S Aggarwal reference book in addition to the NCERT text book.) For Maths, plan to read all the solved examples and solve at least every alternate sum from the reference book.

3. Develop good work habits.

(a) Mark any theory/concept, any formula, any solved example, any question in the exercises that you find difficult with an asterisk so that you will not miss revising them and re-solving them while revising for your exams.

(b) Keep track of all doubts in one place and track them till they have been cleared. Get help from friends or school teachers to resolve all your doubts within a couple of days. Do not let a backlog of doubts accumulate! You may find solutions to questions online too.

(c) For subjects such as Maths and Physics, it may be a good idea to write down all the formuale in a different notebook so that you can easily revise them the day before your exam.

(d) If you can find a good book of CHAPTER-wise sample papers or question banks, buy it. It will help you to prepare for unit tests and term exams in school. The full-portion tests can be attempted only after you have completed all the portions and, by that time, you will usually be very strapped for time. I would recommend the Arihant Publications All-in-One books.

(e) Solving sums at your own pace right up to the Board exam is not enough. It is important for you to know that you will do well in an exam environment with the pressure of a time constraint. So solve at least 7 - 10 previous years' papers or sample tests in a timed fashion, sitting in a quiet place where you will not be disturbed for 3 hours. Solve it exactly as you would in your Board exam. Utilize the reading time effectively to select your questions. When the time is up, resist the temptation to continue and put your pen down! Then score the test honestly using the marking scheme (they are available on the CBSE website)!

If you follow all these tips and work hard and in an organised manner, you should be able to get much more than 90%!

Good luck!

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Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Class 12 Tuition

11

Board

CBSE, IGCSE, ISC/ICSE

ISC/ICSE Subjects taught

Mathematics

CBSE Subjects taught

Mathematics

IGCSE Subjects taught

Mathematics

Taught in School or College

No

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 12 Tuition

I have 11 years of experience in taking Maths tuition for school-going children upto Std 10. For the last 3 years, I have been taking tuitions for Std 11 and 12 too. Several of my students who hated and feared Maths have got rid of the fear and have a lot more confidence inthe subject. Several who were very weak in Maths improved their understanding and performance significantly. Several have done very well in their Std 12 Board exams, scoring above 95%. Some results of my students: * 1 Std 12 ISC student scored 97% * 1 Std 12 ISC student scored 96% * 1 Std 12 CBSE student scored 95% * 1 Std 12 IGCSE A-level student scored 89% (highest in her school). Note: I take on a maximum of 12 students or so, so that I can give proper one-on-one attention to them.

Class 11 Tuition 4.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Class 11 Tuition

3

Board

CBSE, IGCSE, ISC/ICSE

ISC/ICSE Subjects taught

Mathematics

CBSE Subjects taught

Mathematics

IGCSE Subjects taught

Mathematics

Taught in School or College

No

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 11 Tuition

I have 10 years of experience in taking Maths tuition for school-going children upto Std 10. For the last 3 years, I have been taking tuitions for Std 11 and 12 too. Several of my students who hated and feared Maths have got rid of the fear and have a lot more confidence inthe subject. Several who were very weak in Maths improved their understanding and performance significantly. Several have done very well in their Std 12 Board exams, scoring above 95%. Some results of my students: * 1 Std 12 ISC student scored 97% * 1 Std 12 ISC student scored 96% * 1 Std 12 CBSE student scored 95% * 1 Std 12 IGCSE A-level student scored 89% (highest in her school).

Class 10 Tuition 3.9

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Class 10 Tuition

10

Board

ICSE, CBSE, IGCSE

CBSE Subjects taught

Mathematics

ICSE Subjects taught

Mathematics

IGCSE Subjects taught

Mathematics

Taught in School or College

No

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 10 Tuition

I have 10 years of experience in taking Maths tuitions for high school students. I have taught Std 10 students for the last 5 years. Several of my students have scored 96% and 97% in their ICSE/CBSE/IGCSE Std 10 Board exams. Several students who hated and feared Maths got rid of the fear and developed a lot more confidence in the subject. Several who were very weak in Maths improved their performance significantly. All developed good studying habits! Some results of my students: * ICSE 10th - 97% - 3 students * CBSE 10th - 95% - 1 student * CBSE 10th - 90 to 95% - 1 student * CBSE 10th - above 80% - 2 students * IGCSE 95 percentile - 1 * IGCSE Addl Maths - 96%

Class 9 Tuition 3.9

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Class 9 Tuition

10

Board

ICSE, CBSE, IGCSE

CBSE Subjects taught

Mathematics

ICSE Subjects taught

Mathematics

IGCSE Subjects taught

Mathematics

Taught in School or College

No

Teaching Experience in detail in Class 9 Tuition

I have 10 years of experience in taking Maths tuitions for high school students. I have taught Std 10 students for the last 5 years. Several of my students have scored 96% and 97% in their ICSE/CBSE/IGCSE Std 10 Board exams. Several students who hated and feared Maths got rid of the fear and developed a lot more confidence in the subject. Several who were very weak in Maths improved their performance significantly. All developed good studying habits! Some results of my students: * ICSE 10th - 97% - 3 students * CBSE 10th - 95% - 1 student * CBSE 10th - 90 to 95% - 1 student * CBSE 10th - above 80% - 2 students * IGCSE 95 percentile - 1 * IGCSE Addl Maths - 96%

Answered on 18 Jun CBSE/Class 2/Maths/Mental Mathematics CBSE/Class 9/Mathematics

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Answers 87 Comments Answered on 09 May CBSE/Class 2/Maths/Mental Mathematics CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics

Let no. of votes actually obtained by A and B be a and b. a is 400 more than b => a = b + 400 ........ (1) If a had got 12.5% less votes, b would have got more votes of the same number (as they are the pnly 2 candidates contesting). As this would have resulted in a tie, it implies that these... ...more

Let no. of votes actually obtained by A and B be a and b.

a is 400 more than b => a = b + 400 ........ (1)

If a had got 12.5% less votes, b would have got more votes of the same number (as they are the pnly 2 candidates contesting). As this would have resulted in a tie, it implies that these would have bridged the gap of 400 votes between them, i.e. 25% of a is 400 ....... (2)

=> a = 1600.

b = a - 400 = 1200

So total number of votes polled is 2800.

But this was just 70% of the total number of registered voters. So number of registered voters = 2800/0.7 = 4000.

Like 0

Answers 22 Comments Answered on 18/07/2018 Exam Coaching/Engineering Entrance Coaching/IIT JEE Coaching Exam Coaching/Engineering Entrance Coaching/IIT JEE Coaching/IIT JEE Advanced Coaching Exam Coaching/Engineering Entrance Coaching/IIT JEE Coaching/IIT JEE Crash Course

If you're doing well academically and are doing the CBSE or ISC board at school, then you may be able to manage without coaching. FIITJEE and Brilliant's have Test Series which start from October or so. Enroll for those so that you get to know where you stand relatively and can quickly close any knowledge... ...more

If you're doing well academically and are doing the CBSE or ISC board at school, then you may be able to manage without coaching. FIITJEE and Brilliant's have Test Series which start from October or so. Enroll for those so that you get to know where you stand relatively and can quickly close any knowledge gaps.

(1) Brilliant's "One-year Test Series (Brilliant’s Mock All-India Tests) for the JEE Main and Advanced". You can also take their "**JEE:YG (Young Genius) File with B.MAT". (http://brilliant-tutorials.com/jee-main-and-advanced/)**

(2) FIITJEE Test Series (http://cms.fiitjee.co/Resources/Programs/ProgramDetails_Pdf_132.pdf)

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Answers 8 Comments Answered on 18/07/2018 CBSE/Class 10/Mathematics/UNIT III: Coordinate Geometry/Coordinate geometry/Class 10 Difference between two points and section formula CBSE/Class 12/Science/Mathematics

How many solutions are there for

F(x)= 2^(x) - x-2

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Answers 2 Comments Answered on 23/06/2018 Exam Coaching/Engineering Entrance Coaching/IIT JEE Coaching Exam Coaching/Engineering Entrance Coaching/IIT JEE Coaching/IIT JEE Advanced Coaching Exam Coaching/Engineering Entrance Coaching/IIT JEE Coaching/IIT JEE Crash Course

If you have been scoring above 75% or 80% in Maths so far, it most certainly is! But only if you're very disciplined and are willing to work hard - and that in an organised manner! 1. You need to make a proper weekly schedule - calculate how many chapters in each subject you need to complete each week... ...more

If you have been scoring above 75% or 80% in Maths so far, it most certainly is! But only if you're very disciplined and are willing to work hard - and that in an organised manner!

1. You need to make a proper weekly schedule - calculate how many chapters in each subject you need to complete each week to be able to finish your portions by mid-Dec. (You will need the time after that for revision and solving of sample papers and previous years' papers. ) Then make sure that you stick to it! Work really hard during the week and adjust your weekend plans (one needs recreation and fun too!) to make sure that you are on track wih respect to your schedule by end of Sunday.

2. How you go about studying matters! Check if your text book will give you adequate preparation. If not, you will have to plan to work from another reference book too. (For instance, for Maths, most CBSE schools ask the students to work from the R S Aggarwal reference book in addition to the NCERT text book.) For Maths, plan to read all the solved examples and solve at least every alternate sum from the reference book.

3. Develop good work habits.

(a) Mark any theory/concept, any formula, any solved example, any question in the exercises that you find difficult with an asterisk so that you will not miss revising them and re-solving them while revising for your exams.

(b) Keep track of all doubts in one place and track them till they have been cleared. Get help from friends or school teachers to resolve all your doubts within a couple of days. Do not let a backlog of doubts accumulate! You may find solutions to questions online too.

(c) For subjects such as Maths and Physics, it may be a good idea to write down all the formuale in a different notebook so that you can easily revise them the day before your exam.

(d) If you can find a good book of CHAPTER-wise sample papers or question banks, buy it. It will help you to prepare for unit tests and term exams in school. The full-portion tests can be attempted only after you have completed all the portions and, by that time, you will usually be very strapped for time. I would recommend the Arihant Publications All-in-One books.

(e) Solving sums at your own pace right up to the Board exam is not enough. It is important for you to know that you will do well in an exam environment with the pressure of a time constraint. So solve at least 7 - 10 previous years' papers or sample tests in a timed fashion, sitting in a quiet place where you will not be disturbed for 3 hours. Solve it exactly as you would in your Board exam. Utilize the reading time effectively to select your questions. When the time is up, resist the temptation to continue and put your pen down! Then score the test honestly using the marking scheme (they are available on the CBSE website)!

If you follow all these tips and work hard and in an organised manner, you should be able to get much more than 90%!

Good luck!

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