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Maria H.
UC Berkeley Graduate
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US Government and Politics
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Question:

What are the three branches of government and what role do they each play?

Maria H.
Answer:

There are three branches: executive, legislative, judicial. The executive carries out the law but can make it through its interpretations made when carrying it out and is composed of the president of the US. The legislative branch makes the law and is made up of congress and the senate. The judicial branch carries out the law and makes sure that the laws made are constitutional. This branch is made up of the Supreme Court.

English as a Second Language
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Question:

A man says: The 72 bus goes there, but it is easier to take the 7 express. Which bus did the man say to take?

Maria H.
Answer:

The man stated that the 72 bus goes to your destination but he told you to take the 7 express since it is expressed as the better option.

Algebra
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Question:

What are the steps needed in order to solve a linear equation?

Maria H.
Answer:

You first need to solve the linear equation by simplifying the algebraic expressions then the absolute value expressions (if there are any). If the question asks you to also graph, then you find the distance of the two points.

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