## Richard Bowral, NSW 2576 chatting with 1 students

- Individual tuition for motivated students

### About Me

I am Dr Richard Kenderdine, a self-employed maths and statistics tutor to secondary and tertiary students since I established my business, Kenderdine Maths Tutoring, in 1995. I have been a sessional tutor in quantitative subjects for the University of Wollongong since 2002.

I earnt Vice-Chancellor's awards for academic excellence while studying for Graduate Diploma in Applied Science (Industrial Mathematics) at Charles Sturt University and Master of Applied Statistics at Macquarie University.

Further information, student reviews and details of my qualifications are on my website.

### Qualification

### Doctor of Philosophy in Statistics

University of Wollongong### 2006 - 2011

### Master of Applied Statistics

Macquarie University### 2003 - 2005

### Graduate Diploma in Appled Science (Industrial Mathematics)

Charles Sturt University### 1995 - 1996

### Bachelor of Science

Australian Nationaal University### 1975 - 1977

### Background Check

- Working with Children Check (Reference No.: WWC0943675E, Expiry Date: 13/3/2021)

### Subject

### Lesson Information

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- One to One
- In Group
- Online

Optimal measurements for a cylinder

Calculus students who have solved some optimisation problems will know that a square is the op.... read more

06 May 2020 16 Views

Calculus students who have solved some optimisation problems will know that a square is the op.... read more

06 May 2020 16 Views

Differentiation - Product and Quotient rules. An easier way.

The NSW Education Standards Authority Mathematics Reference Sheet shows the Product rule as &.... read more

02 May 2020 15 Views

The NSW Education Standards Authority Mathematics Reference Sheet shows the Product rule as &.... read more

02 May 2020 15 Views

Note on Scaling of the 2019 HSC Mathematics exams

A commonly expressed opinion of Year 11/12 students is that they will achieve a higher ATAR if they .... read more

02 May 2020 16 Views

A commonly expressed opinion of Year 11/12 students is that they will achieve a higher ATAR if they .... read more

02 May 2020 16 Views

A characteristic of square numbers solution

Consider the first 10 square numbers: 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100.Now look just at the unit.... read more

28 Apr 2020 19 Views

Consider the first 10 square numbers: 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100.Now look just at the unit.... read more

28 Apr 2020 19 Views

A characteristic of square numbers

The square numbers (1, 4, 9, 16 etc ie the square of the natural numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 etc) exhib.... read more

28 Apr 2020 17 Views

The square numbers (1, 4, 9, 16 etc ie the square of the natural numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 etc) exhib.... read more

28 Apr 2020 17 Views

Further information

I have been tutoring for over 25 years to secondary and university students, occasionally also prima.... read more

28 Apr 2020 25 Views

I have been tutoring for over 25 years to secondary and university students, occasionally also prima.... read more

28 Apr 2020 25 Views