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Katisha D.
College Student Majoring in Chemistry, 5+ years tutoring experience
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Pre-Calculus
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Question:

f(x) = x^2 g(x) = x-1. Find the following when x = 2 : 1. f(x) + g(x) 2. f(x)/g(x) 3. f(g(x))

Katisha D.
Answer:

1. 5 f(2) + g(2) solve for each function by inputting 2 in place of x: (2^2) + (2-1) add your answer to get your final answer: 4 + 1 = 5 2. 4 f(2)/g(2) solve for each function by inputting 2 in place of x: (2^2)/(2-1) divide your answers to get your final answer: 4/1 = 4 3. 1 f(g(2)) input 2 in place of x for your function g(x): g(2) = 2-1 =1 input your answer in place of x for your function f(x) to get your final answer: f(1) =1^2 = 1

English
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Question:

Correct the punctuation: 1.His goals were simple; find the girl, get the bad guys; make off with the cash. 2.He waited. For his mother to get back, from the store? 3.She was afraid of, ghosts spider the dark; and heights.

Katisha D.
Answer:

1.His goals were simple: find the girl, get the bad guys, and make off with the cash. 2.He waited for his mother to get back from the store. 3.She was afraid of ghosts, spiders, the dark, and heights.

Physical Science
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Question:

Particles are in what position: 1. Solid State 2. Liquid state 3. Gas State

Katisha D.
Answer:

1. Particles are tightly packed together in a fixed position 2.Particles are closely packed but can slide over each other and take the position of the container they are in 3.Particles are constantly moving, rarely sicking together and fill the space they are in

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