Tutor profile: Collin P.
Subject: Basic Math
Solve 112 + 57
112 + 57= For addition you solve from right to left. You will line the last numbers up and solve: We will start with the first two numbers. Because the 2 and 7 are lined up, you will add these together. 2+7=9 You will put 9 below the 7 then move onto the next two numbers. You will now add the 1 and 5. 5+1=6 The 6 goes down below next to the 9. Next, because there is no other number below the first one you will add it with 0. 1+0=1 You put the three numbers together to get the answer: 112+57 = 169
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Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase
5X + 20 = 35 Solve for X
5X + 20 = 35 -20 -20 5X = 15 /5 /5 X=3 As shown above, you are trying to get the X alone. You start by subtracting the 20 from both sides leaving you with 5X = 15. Now to get the X alone you will divide both sides by 5. 5X/5 = X and 15/5 = 3 leaving us with the answer of X=3!
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