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Tutor profile: Leilani A.

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Subject: Geometry

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What is the area of a circle with a diameter of 18?

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Answer:

To find our answer, we must first know the equation to find the area of a circle. This equation is A= (pi)r^2. The diameter is twice the size of the radius. So, the radius of the circle would be 9 since we know that the diameter is 18. Now, we can do A=(pi)(9)^2. The number, 9, squared is 81 (aka 9 x 9). Therefore, our answer is 81(pi).

Subject: Education

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Describe your classroom management techniques and how you implement them into your classroom.

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Classroom management begins with setting clear rules and routines for students to follow everyday. When students know what is expected of them while in the classroom, this will eliminate any possibility of negative behavior. Another classroom management technique that is just as important is developing caring relationships within the classroom. Students will reduce the urge to perform bad behavior when they know they are safe and cared for in the classroom.

Subject: Algebra

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Find the slope of the line passing through the points (3,2) and (1,6).

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To solve this problem, we will do what I like to call, "plug and chug". So, looking at these two sets of points, the first point represents (x1,y1) and the second point represents (x2,y2). Now, we are able to visualize the numbers that we will input into the following equation: m=(y2-y1) / (x2-x1). By doing the "plug and chug", we are going to enter the points into the equation so it will look like this: m= (6-2) / (1-3). Next, you are going to subtract the numbers within the parentheses, which will lead us to the equation: m= (4) / (-2). Lastly, you are going to divide these two numbers to simplify the answer. Therefore, m= -2. The slope of the line passing through the points (3,2) and (1,6) is -2.

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