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Danaija L.
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Mandarin
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Question:

Choose the correct Chinese translation of the following statement: I like Chinese. A. 喜欢我中文 B. 中文我喜欢 C. 我喜欢中文

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Answer:

Based on the Chinese sentence structure: Subject - Verb/Adjective - Object, and the following information: Subject: I (我) Adjective/Verb: like/to like (喜欢) Object: Chinese (中文) The correct structure of the following sentence is C. 我喜欢中文.

Pre-Algebra
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Question:

Given that y = 4, solve 2x+3y=14, for x.

Danaija L.
Answer:

Plug in the y into the equation so that you can solve for x. 2x+3(4)=14 2x+12=14 Isolate 2x by subtracting 12 on both sides of the equation 2x+12=14 -12 -12 2x=2 Divide 2 on both sides of the equation to solve for x 2x=2 /2 /2 x=1 Plug x and y into the original equation to check to see if the x value of x is the correct answer. x=1 y=4 2x+3y=14 2(1)+3(4)=14 2+12=14 14=14 Therefore, x= 1

Basic Math
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Question:

1/2+3/4

Danaija L.
Answer:

Find the least common denominator or LCD between 1/2 and 3/4 because the fractions cannot be added if the numbers in the denominators are bot the same. The denominator is the number on the bottom of the fraction. The two denominators are 2 and 4, The most common denominator is 2 ,whereas the least common denominator is 4. Multiply a number to the 1/2 so that it will have a denominator of 4. => 1/2 * 2= 2/4 Now that the two fractions have the same number in their denominators, they can now be added together. Therefore: 2/4+3/4= 6/4

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