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Camie G.
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Writing
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Question:

What is the participle versions of the word "take" and what are their differences?

Camie G.
Answer:

Take - To take. This is a future or present tense verb indication to grab something into your possession. Took - Past tense verb to be used in a sentence indication historical values. Taken - Past tense verb that is used by another person to indicate that something has been put into possession by another person.

English
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Question:

Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers. What is this called and why is it useful?

Camie G.
Answer:

This is alliteration and alliteration is used to accent a specific consonant and make it stand out more when being pronunciation. Adding emphasis to a specific point can create an entire new take on the essay or paragraph in general.

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Question:

Calculate how much a person owes for certain tax bracket. Jim is a single male that earn 28000$ a year. He has no kids and will be taking the standard exemption. Standard Exemption - 1,000$ TAX BRACKET 10% - 0-11471 15% - 11472-38000 25% - 38001-50000

Camie G.
Answer:

Jim will be in the 2nd bracket so we set up the formula like this: 28000-Deduction = 27,000$ (.15)(27000-11472) + (.1)(11471-0) = 3476.3$ he will owe in taxes. 3476.3 / 28000 = 12% that he was overall taxed.

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