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# Tutor profile: Alexis W.

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Alexis W.
Tutored Economics for 3 years
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## Questions

### Subject:Basic Math

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Sally has 48 pieces of candy that she would like to give to her 5 friends (Amy, Ben, Charlie, Debra, and Elle). She wants Amy to have twice as many pieces Ben. Ben will have 2 less candies than Charlie. Debra wiill get the most amount of candies. Elle will have 3 times as many candy as Ben. How can Sally split the candies between her friends?

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A = Amy; B= Ben; C=Charlie; D=Debra; E=Elle A=2B, C=B+2; D=A+1=2B+1; E=3B A+B+C+D+E=48 2B+B+B+2+2B+1+3B = 48 9B+3=48 9B=45 B=45/9=5 A=2(B)= 2(5)=10 C=B+2=2+5=7 D=2B+1=2(5)+1=11 E=3B=3(5)=15

### Subject:Economics

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What is the Adam Smith's the Invisible Hand?

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The Invisible Hand theory is that the market will correct itself when there are inefficiencies and bring the market back to equilibrium. This is the theory that the free market will determine the most efficient supply and demand and therefore the price and quantity that will be produced by the market.

### Subject:Algebra

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What is the order of operations?

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Alexis W.

PEMDAS - Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition, then finally Subtraction

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