### Dipak K Male, 44 Years

Associated for 10 Years 1 Month

#### Activity Score - 207

• I teach at My Home
• I go to Student's Home
Area: 6 More
Location: Pune, India
Qualification :
• M.Tech (IIT Bombay - 2001)
• Total Experience:
16 Years
Tutoring Experience :

I am passionate about mathematics, hence I am good at each and every part of mathematics. Since 2000 I am teaching teaching mathematics, but more actively from 2010 onward. I have taught mathematices at various leading institutes as well as small institutes. I have also good expreince of home tution as well as group tution.

Tutoring Option :
Home Tuition Only
Tutoring Approach :

I follow step by step approach. The student might be of any level, my first approach is starting with basics. Then I start motivating them so that any fobia about the subject gets ovrcome. The next step comes as definations and theorems. I make them understand very clearly and then core part of teaching is problem solving. Instead of solving same type of problems I prefer to solve difficult problem which will cover most of the other types. While teaching I recommend some of the reference books.

Teaches:
 Class 11 - 12 Mathematics Algebra CBSE ICSE Local State Board English Medium INR 700 / Hour College Level Mathematics Statistics English Medium INR 500 / Hour Engineering Entrance & IITJEE IIT JEE Mains INR 700 / Hour
• ## Question: Length, breadth, and height of a room are 10 m, 30 m, and 20 m respectively. Fin...

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 22/01/2018

Volume of room before 10% increment = 10*30*20 = 6000 m^2

Volume of room after 10% increment = 10.1*30.3*20.2 = 6181.806 m^2

• ## Question: Find out the ratio of the volume of a cube and volume of a ball, if the ball fit...

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 22/01/2018

Let "a" be the side of the cube. Hence volume of cube

Vc = a^3

Since ball fitts exacly inside cube. This means diameter of ball = a    ----------------------(side of cube)

Volume of ball is

Vb = (4/3)*Pi*(a/2)^3

= (4/3)*Pi*(a^3/8)

= (1/6)*Pi*a^3

Hence ratio of volume of cube to volume of ball = Vc/Vb

= a^3/{(1/6)*Pi*a^3}

= 6/Pi

= 1.9098