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# Tutor profile: Sara H.

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Sara H.
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## Questions

### Subject:SAT II Spanish

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Complete the following sentence, with the correct option below. Si yo ganara un millón de dólares, yo _____________ a todas partes del mundo por un año. A. viajaba B. viajara C. viajé D. viajaría

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Sara H.

The answer is D. One of the common uses of the conditional form is in a "si" clause sentence. The part of the sentences that contains "si" would have the past subjunctive. The main part of the clause would have to contain the conditional, which in most cases uses the full infinitive form of the verb with and a form of an "ía" ending that is attached at the end. Therefore, "viajaría" is your answer.

### Subject:Spanish

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En la mañana, la niña recibió un perrito nuevo para su cumpleaños. A ella le gustaban los animales mucho. ¿Cómo se sintió la niña al recibir el perrito? ¿Triste? ¿Feliz? ¿Enojada?

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Sara H.

Ella se sintió feliz. Sabemos esto porque a ella le gustan los animales.

### Subject:Pre-Algebra

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Bob is making cupcakes for his class. There are 36 students in his class. The cupcake recipe makes only 24 cupcakes. How much of the recipe does Bob have to make, so that each student can have 1 cupcake?

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By making one full recipe, Bob will have 24 cupcakes. You can subtract 24 from 36 to find the amount needed after one full recipe. The answer to that is 12. We know that the recipe makes 24 and we need 12 more cupcakes. So, you create a fraction that has 12 at the numerator and 24 as the denominator because you want to know how many times 24 goes into 12. You can either divide to create a decimal, 0.5. Or, you can reduce the fraction 12/24. The fraction can be reduced by 12 in the numerator and denominator. This gives you 1/2. So, you answer is 1 1/2 or 1.5 because you need one full recipe and one half more to create enough cupcakes for the whole class.

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