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Alexandra S.
Tutor for 7 years, 6th Grade Elementary Teacher
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Pre-Algebra
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Question:

Looking at the equation 2x-3=21, solve for x.

Alexandra S.
Answer:

The main goal of this question is to find our what x equals. The first thing we need to do is to get x on one side of the equation, all by itself. We will add 3 to each side of the equation, leaving us with 2x=24. We are close to finding x. We must then divide 2 from 2x, since we know 2x means 2 multiplied by x. 24 divided by 2 is 12. x=12. We can then plug our answer back in to make sure it is correct. 2(12)-3=21. 2 times 12 equals 24. 24 minus 3 equals 21, so our answer is correct.

English
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Question:

Explain the difference between an adjective and a verb.

Alexandra S.
Answer:

An adjective is a descriptive word used to describe a noun. An example of an adjective could be- slimy, funny, ugly, etc. A verb describes an action of a noun. An example of a verb includes - run, jump, skip, etc..

Education
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Question:

What are the four different stages of Piaget's cognitive development theory, and how do they pertain to the education system?

Alexandra S.
Answer:

Sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete operational, and formal operational. We as educators can use each of these stages to help us plan the most effective lessons and curriculum based on our student's needs and capabilities.

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