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# Tutor profile: Jason C.

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Jason C.
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## Questions

### Subject:Pre-Algebra

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Solve the exponent 6^3

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Jason C.

Basically, when we see a problem like 6^3 they are saying 6*6*6 in a condensed form. To solve this problem we just multiply the number 6 three times which you should get 216 as your final answer. 6*6 = 36 36*6 = 216

### Subject:Basic Math

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Subtract 2550-1500

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Look at the numbers on the top and compare it to the bottom to see which is larger. Seeing that the top is the largest you would subtract by each column until you get to the last one. For example, 2-1 = 1, 5-5 = 0, 5-0 = 5, and 0-0 = 0 then you should have 1050 as your final answer.

### Subject:Algebra

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Solve the equation below 45z-5=85

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This is an equation and we are being asked to solve for the variable which is "z". First, we add both sides by 5 which we should now have 45z=90 as our new equation. Then we must divide both sides by 45 and we would get z=2 as our final answer. If you want to check your answer to see if it works then plug 2 into z and see that both sides match. Plug 2 into z below 45(2)-5=85 90-5=85 85=85 So 2 is the solution to the equation above

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