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Subject: Pre-Algebra

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There were 45 pencils left on the shelf. Janice took 10 pencils and Shanique took n+2 more pencils than Janice. After both girls took pencils, there were 15 left on the shelf. Calculate the total number of pencils that Shanique took.

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a. First, we will write the question in equation form. 10+n+2+15 = 45, then; b. Group like terms together, so that we can get "n" by itself 10+15+2+n = 45 27+n = 45 c. In order to get n by itself, we will subtract 27 from both sides, this is to ensure that the equation remains balanced. 27-27+n = 45-27 n= 18 The number of pencils Shanique took = n+2 = 18+2 =20 Therefore, Shanique took 20 pencils.

Subject: Basic Math

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Annabelle bought chicken and chips for $20.00, soda for $2.00, and a chocolate bar for $0.50. Calculate: a. How much money did her lunch cost? b. If Annabelle gave the cashier $30, how much change did she receive?

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a. How much money did her lunch cost? To calculate this, we would have to add the monies together: $20.00+ $2.00+$0.50 = $22.50 So Annabelle's lunch costs $22.50 b. How much change did she receive from $30.00? To find the change received, we would subtract the cost of the lunch from $30.00. Change received =: $30.00 - $22.50 = $7.50. Therefore, Annabelle's change is $7.50.

Subject: English

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Identify the subject/s and predicate in each sentence. 1. The dog is jumping over the fence. 2. John and his friend, Sam, like to play football after school.

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Remember that the subject of a sentence tells who or what the sentence is talking about; while the predicate tells or describes who the subject is, or what the subject is doing. Please see the answers to the questions above: Subject Predicate 1. The dog is jumping over the fence 2. John and his friend, Sam, like to play football after school Two important points to remember are that a sentence can have one or more subjects and the predicate always includes the verb.

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