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Tutor profile: Nathan C.

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Nathan C.
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Subject: Personal Finance

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Question:

There re two main ways to pay off debt. One is referred to as the "avalanche" method and the other is referred to as the "snowball" method. Explain the differences between the two.

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Answer:

The snowball method focuses on getting monthly flexibility by paying off the SMALLEST debt first. This is often a credit card, which allows for more money each month to put towards larger debts like a mortgage or student loan debt. The avalanche method focuses on the debt which is costing you the most each month in interest. This is often times a car payment that has a large balance and high interest rate. By doing this, you're paying off the debts which will cost you the most long-term first.

Subject: Calculus

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Question:

Found the derivative of 3x^3 + 6cos(x)*2x^2 with respect to x.

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Answer:

9x^2 + 24xcos(x)-12x^2sin(x)

Subject: Algebra

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Question:

John is making a fence for his yard. If his yard is 7 feet wide and 10 feet long, how many feet of fencing will John need in total?

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Answer:

2w+2l=p, where w=7 and l=10. Therefore, 2(7)+2(10)=34. John will need 34 feet of fencing for his yard

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