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Tutor profile: Andy B.

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Andy B.
English major, English teacher, Math teacher, Dyslexia interventionist, Assistant Principal
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

What are the steps of the writing process?

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Answer:

Planning: Choosing the topic, brainstorming, or other prewriting activities (free writing, outlining etc) Drafting: Write the first draft and seek feedback on your content and organization. Write a second draft. Editing: Seek feedback on content and organization but adding in grammar, word choice, etc. Write the third draft. Completion: Final editing and celebration of a job well done.

Subject: Basic Math

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500,000 is what percent of 10,000,000?

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Answer:

Let's use the percent proportion: is/of=%/100. 500,000 over 10,000,000 equals "x" over 100. To solve, cross-multiply: multiply 500,000 times 100. Answer: 50,000,000. Divide your answer (50,000,000) by 10,000,000. Final answer 5%.

Subject: English

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Question:

What is the difference between fewer and less?

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Andy B.
Answer:

Can you count the items? Use fewer. Otherwise, use less. Example: Fewer than 20 of the 314 applicants received an invitation to interview for the position. I have less time to read this year than I would like.

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