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Tutor profile: Alexus D.

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Subject: Basic Math

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How do we sole this word problem? 114 birds were sitting in a tree. 21 more birds flew up to the tree. How many birds are in the tree all together.

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Answer:

In order to solve word problems we need to do THREE things. 1.) We need to annotate the word problem. We need to circle the numbers 114 and 21. Also we need to circle the words more, How many, and all together. 2.) Next, we need to look at the language used in the sentence in order to figure out what kind of math problem it is. Based on the language used we know this is an addition problem because the words "all together" lets us know that we need to add. 3.) Lastly, we need to rewrite the word problem into an equation. 114 + 21 =

Subject: English as a Second Language

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What is a simile and why do authors use them?

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A simile is a comparison of two unrelated things using the words "like" or "as." Authors use smilies to help readers more deeply understand a character, place, or thing.

Subject: English

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What is the proper way to construct a paragraph?

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A good paragraph contains three important elements. A paragraph need a topic sentence, sentences that contain important details, and a concluding a sentence. Also, a good paragraph has 5 to 7 sentences.

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