Received another good mark for this assignment, which I'm happy about as at the last minute I realised I'd messed one question up so re-did it. Though despite the high mark, I had a lot of great feedback from my tutor.
Overwhelmingly, he mentioned that I had to use more English to explain why I was solving a question in a certain way. This struck a chord with me as the more solutions I read, the less English there appears to be explaining the methods used, and ever since starting this Mathematics journey this is something I've had issue with. Some people find Mathematics hard to get into because of the certain barriers to entry, ie: the text won't fully explain what a variable is or (case in point) won't explain how to get from one step to the next. Often such a step is taken as "obvious", and I've always considered this as somewhat "elitist". With this assignment I've face-palmingly found myself falling into the same trap.
This is doubly interesting for me, as I actually do really enjoy going into lots of detail in explaining something I've worked on. So in future, I'll be mindful to explain more of my workings in plain English; or at least summarise them in plain English.