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Tutor profile: Jeanea W.

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Jeanea W.
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Subject: Writing

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Would you mind proof reading my essay? How much time would that take you?

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Jeanea W.
Answer:

I'd be happy to proof read for you! I usually require fifteen to thirty minutes to proof read a standard essay, however if your draft needs more time I can extend the time spent on it.

Subject: English

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What is a good tip for remembering the correct use of your and you're?

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Jeanea W.
Answer:

It helps to remember that "you're" can always be substituted with "you are," which it contracts (such as I'm and I am). "Your" is a possessive adjective, used in the second person. It describes something belonging to you. Let me know if you need more examples or have more questions.

Subject: Algebra

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How do I do 1/2x-g<m ? The instructions say to solve for x and name the property and/or properties used.

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Jeanea W.
Answer:

Ok, the first step is to apply the multiplication property of equality, by multiplying [ 1/2x-g ] and [ m ] by '2'. This will leave you with x-g < 2m. Next we will apply the additive property of equality, and add 'g' to both sides of the equation; This leaves us with x < 2m + g after applying the multiplication property of equality and the additive property of equality. Do you have any questions or confusions about this? I hope this helped!

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