Correct the errors in the following sentence: I went to school because their was nowhere else to go I wanted to be a actor but they're are two many in the world so I decided to study Math instead.
The following words need to be changed: their --> there a --> an they're --> there two --> too Math --> math (it doesn't need to be capitalized) This is an example of a run-on sentence. To correct it, we should insert a period after the word "go." We also need to insert commas before the words "but" and "so." The final sentences are below: I went to school because there was nowhere else to go. I wanted to be an actor, but there are too many in the world, so I decided to study math instead.
Put the following parts of the human digestive system in order and match them with the following functions. Parts: Stomach Rectum Mouth Small Intestine Esophagus Large Intestine Functions: begin chemical digestion of food with saliva provide temporary storage for feces absorb nutrients from food act as passageway for food, liquid, and saliva absorb water from remaining food continue chemical digestion with pepsin
1. Mouth - begin chemical digestion of food with saliva 2. Esophagus - act as a passageway for food, liquid, and saliva 3. Stomach - continue chemical digestion with pepsin 4. Small intestine - absorb nutrients from food 5. Large intestine - absorb water from remaining food 6. Rectum - provide temporary storage for feces
John puts $100 in his new savings account then starts making monthly deposits of $50. Assuming he does not withdraw any money from the account, how many monthly deposits does he have to make to get to $500?
We can solve this question by writing an equation: Starting Amount + Monthly Deposits = Ending Amount Let "x" equal the number of deposits. We will put numbers into the equation above and solve for x: $100 + $50(x) = $500 Remove the dollar signs for simplicity: 100 + 50x = 500 Subtract 100 from each side to isolate 50x on one side of the equation: 50x = 400 Divide both sides by 50 to solve for x: x = 8 John has to make 8 monthly deposits to have $500 in his account.