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Katie D.

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Basic Math

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Question:

What is 10 to the seventh power? 10^7 =?

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Answer:

Solve for 10 to the seventh power, 10^7. What this means is that 10 was timesed itself so many times we had to condense its form to look neat. So if it was 10 to the second power, 10^2 you would have to time 10 x 10 = 100 and that's all you do, so for 10^7, you have to do that seven times. 10x10= 100 100x10= 1,000 1,000 x 10 = 10,000 10,000x 10 = 100,000 100,000x 10 = 1,000,000 1,000,000x10=10,000,000 If you count how many 10's you see all the way down you see seven, which is when you stop. Another way to solve this one easily is since it's 10, you just need seven 0's. So 10,000,000 has seven zeros making it the right answer, same with 20^7 you'd add seven zero 20,000,000. So 10 to the seventh power equal 10,000,000. 10^7=10,000,000 So now we have 10^7 = 10,000,000 which is the correct answer.

Agricultural Science

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Question:

Agriculture Sciences has varies of fields such as plant science, soil science, and animal science. A plant science question would be; What are the differences in monocot plants and dicot plants?

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Answer:

Monocot: Vascular bundles are scattered, their seeds only have one cotyledon meaning it cant split evenly, their leave/petals are always in a pattern of three, and they have a fibrous root system. Some plants that are monocots are rice, wheat, and lilies. Dicots: Vascular bundles are arranged in a ring pattern, they contain two cotyledons meaning their seed can split into two halves, their leaves/petals are multiples of four and fives, and they have a tap root system. Some dicot plants are sunflowers, oak trees, and daisies.

Algebra

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Question:

Solve for x in the following equation. 3x+3=33

Katie D.

Answer:

The first step is to know what the question is asking, it wants you to solve for x. You need to find how 3x+3 can make 33. To start you will subtract 3 from both sides so it'll look like 3x + 3 = 33 -3 = -3 After you subtract 3 you will have 3x = 30 left, now you're going to divide and you will divide with the number in front of the x which is 3, so divide 3x = 30 by 3. The 3x will become X and 30 divided by 3 is 10. Your answer will be x = 10. To check this answer you will plug it in to make sure it's correct. 3(10) + 3 = 33 3 time 10 is 30, so 30 + 3 =33 meaning your answer is correct.

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