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Subject: Pre-Algebra

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What is the order of operations? How do you use it?

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The order of operations is a method for evaluating various expressions and equations you will encounter throughout your math courses. The order of operations is also known as PEMDAS: Parenthesis, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Addition & Subtraction. When evaluating an equation it is important to use this order as it can affect your answer.

Subject: Study Skills

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What is the best way to study?

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Short answer: it varies. It depends on how you learn best! I recommend using several different strategies before deciding on one to stick with. Examples of different study skills include note-taking, active recall, or making your own practice exam questions/study guides.

Subject: Forensic Science

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Fingerprint patterns can only be collected from nonpermeable surfaces. Would a fingerprint be able to collect from a glass window? Why or why not?

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The answer is yes. Glass is nonpermeable and does not allow the oils from the fingertips to be absorbed into it.

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