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# Tutor profile: Paula D.

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Paula D.
Golf Teaching Professional + After School Program Instructor
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## Questions

### Subject:Writing

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In one hundred words or less write a creative paragraph that includes the use of a simile and an alliteration.

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Paula D.

The marching band is a staple in the half time show at The Ohio State University football games. They are famous for their presentation of "Script Ohio." Though each individual member of the band marches separate they appear to slither like a snake across the field in a very smooth and synchronized motion. Each member of the band marches as proud as a peacock as they entertain the crowd. Only at The Ohio State University does a marching band play such a large role in college tradition.

### Subject:Pre-Algebra

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A soccer team is selling candy bars to raise money for it's team. If one soccer player has a total of \$21.00 and sold the candy bars for \$0.75 each. How many candy bars did they sell? Solve for x. \$0.75x=\$21.00

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The soccer player sold 28 candy bars. \$0.75x=\$21.00 \$0.75x/\$0.75=\$21.00/\$0.75 x=28

### Subject:Basic Math

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Daniel finally got his drivers license and offered to take his friends to the movie theatre. He picked up two of his friends Stephanie and Jeffery at a house down the street. Closer to the movie theatre he picked up Michael and Michelle but Jeffery got a call from his Mom and realized he had soccer practice so he had to wait to be picked up from Michael's house and could not attend the movie. They picked up one more friend Bobby, and continued to the theatre. How many people actually attended the movie? What was the ratio of boys to girls?

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Paula D.

Daniel, Stephanie, Michael, Michelle and Bobby attended the movie. Therefore, five people attended the movie. The ratio of boys to girls was 3:2.

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