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# Tutor profile: Chris T.

Chris T.
Experienced K-6 Teacher

## Questions

### Subject:Basic Math

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Question:

Caleb is planning a big event to celebrate his dad's 50th birthday. He is planning on invited many people, but it depends on the cost per person of the event. If food and beverages cost $25 per person for up to 100 people and$20 per person for each person over 100, and $17 per person for each person over 150 people, how much would an event cost with 120 people? Chris T. Answer: First, you have to look at the question and see what important information is given. You don't need to know the cost for over 150 people because he is only inviting 120 people. You then have to figure out the cost for the first 100 people. 100 people x$25 per person is $2,500.00. Then, you need to figure out the cost for the next 20 people. 20 people x$20 per person is $400. When you add these together, you get$2900.00 for all 120 people.

### Subject:Earth Science

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Tell me the difference between weathering and erosion

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Weathering typically occurs over a lengthy period of time where a rock or other surface is broken down due to outside forces acting on it. Erosion also occurs over time, but on a larger scale where entire areas may be moved or changed due to weather and other natural conditions.

### Subject:English

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Question:

In the story we just read, what are central themes presented?

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Central theme is the main idea of the story. In this story, we saw how ____ related to ____ and how that led to a lesson in _____ that resulted in the climax of the story.

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