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Ben B.
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Information Technology
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Possible example of a student question: I have been tasked with a project to create 2 users within Active Directory users and computers and add them to a group. I've already created the users, but I'm stuck on the security group part, may you help?

Ben B.
Answer:

You will need to create the security group the same way you did the users. Most active directory trees are set up to have different folders for both users and groups. If you have just a users folder and no group folder, go ahead and create a groups folder. To do so, right click on your folder under the domain box, and select New>Shared Folder. From there you will name the folder groups. Right click on the folder and select New>Group. After that name the group, and leave at a global security group unless directed otherwise. Click OK. Find your group that is now created and right click and select "properties." A box will pop up with 4 tabs, General, Members, Member Of, and Managed By. Select Members and add your 2 users. Click OK and your done!

Music
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Possible example of a student question: There are multiple symbols on my sheet music, what do they all mean? One looks like a very large < sign, and the the other looks like a fancy f, are these dynamics?

Ben B.
Answer:

Music volumes can vary from pianissimo all the way to fortissimo for this specific question. There are dynamics in music when it comes to the volume you are playing, and this specific example is exactly that! Fortissimo means loud, whereas pianissimo means quiet. The very large < sign you are speaking of means to gradually get louder. At the end of this sign, you will typically see a fortissimo sign, or the fancy f.

Algebra
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The equations 5x + 2y = 48 and 3x + 2y = 32 represent the money collected from school concert tickets sales during two class periods. If x represents the cost for each adult ticket and y represents the cost for each student ticket, what is the cost for each adult ticket?

Ben B.
Answer:

5x + 2y = 48 3x + 2y = 32 Subtracting gives: 2x = 16 therefore dividing by 2 to both sides, x = 8. If x = 8, then the cost of each adult ticket is $8

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