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Tutor profile: Morgan W.

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Morgan W.
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Subject: Geometry

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Question:

$$6^{2}$$ + $$8^{2}$$ = $$c^{2}$$

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Answer:

1.Read the problem 2. First multiply 6 by 6, that will equal 36 ( Example: 6 x 6=36) 3. Then, multiply 8 by 8, that will equal 64 (Example: 8 x 8= 64) 4. The problem will look like this: 36+64=$$c^{2}$$ 5. Next, add 36 and 64= 100 (Example: 36 + 64 = 100) 6. The problem will look like this: 100 = $$c^{2}$$ 7. Then, take the square root of both sides: $$\sqrt{100}$$ = $$\sqrt{c^{2}} $$ 8. The answer will be c= 10

Subject: Basic Math

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Question:

2 x 3

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Answer:

1. Make 2 groups of 3 in them. This will look like 2 groups of 3 images(circles) in each group 2. (* * * ) ( * * * ) 3. Count up each image in all the groups 4. The answer is

Subject: Algebra

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Question:

16-2t=5t+9

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1. You should pick a side to start on (right side or left side) 2. If you start on the right, you will subtract 9 from 16 (16-9) =7 3. The new equation will be: 7-2t=5t 4. Then, you will add 2t to the 5t = 7t (Example: 5t+2t) 5. The new equation will be: 7=7t 6. Then, you will divide 7 by 7 = 1 (Example: $$\frac{7}{7}$$ ) 7. The new equation is 1 = t 1. If you start on the left side, you will subtract 9-16= -7 2. The new equation will be:-2t=5t-7 3. Then, you will subtract -2t-5t= -7t 4. The new equation is -7t= -7 5. Then, divide -7 by -7 = 1 (Example $$\frac{-7}{-7}$$ ) 6. The new equation is t= 1

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