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# Tutor profile: Jenny G.

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Jenny G.
Elementary Teacher for 13 years
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## Questions

### Subject:Writing

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Write your narrative below after planning in plot mountain. Make sure to include your theme and all plot elements!

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### Subject:Basic Math

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John's family sells jam from strawberries. They made 4,129 ounces of jam. They will use the jam to fill 6-ounce or 8-ounce jars. John's family will sell 6-ounce jars for \$6 each or 8-ounce jars for \$9 each. John says that if they only use the 6-ounce jars, they could make \$4,134 because 4,129 / 6 = 688 R1. That rounds up to 689, and 689 multiplied by \$6 is \$4,134. Explain the error John made when finding the amount of money his family could make if they use only 6-ounce jars.

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The mistake John made is with the remainder. He said that you could round up to 689 jars. That means that one jar would only have 1-ounce of jam and you couldn't sell it for \$6. What John should have said is that they could make 688 jars with 1-ounce of jam leftover. That would mean that 688 x \$6 = \$4,128. John's family would make \$4,128 instead of \$4,134.

### Subject:English

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Why did the author choose the title the Ever-Changing Sky? Give two examples to support your answer.

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The author titled the article “The Ever-Changing Sky” because the objects in the night sky do not stay in one position. The Earth rotates and revolves around the sun causing the view to change. According to the text, the moon revolves around the Earth which changes the way the moon looks to us on Earth. Another example is that we experience solar and lunar eclipses depending on the position of the Earth, moon, and sun. This shows that the night sky is always changing as the Earth rotates and revolves.

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