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# Tutor profile: Iyosayi U.

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### Subject:Chemistry

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How many moles of sulfur in 56 grams of sulfur? 32.065 g of sulfur in 1 mole of sulfur.

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1. Divide the 56 grams of sulfur by 32.065 grams of sulfur (in 1 mole). 2. Calculate your answer. 3. Answer: 1.746 moles of sulfur

### Subject:Biology

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Draw a punnet square for a father with sickle cell disease (ss) and a mother who does not have sickle cell disease (SS).

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Draw a punnet square. Place the mother's genotype trait on the left hand side of the square. Place the father's genotype trait on the top of the square Match the traits from mother and father together All of the boxes should have (Ss) when they are matched correctly.

### Subject:Algebra

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Solve the equation: -5x + 20 = 5

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Step 1: Subtract 20 from both the left side of the "=" and right side Step 2: Subtract 5 minus 20. To give a total of -15 Step 3: Divide -5 from the "x" Step 4: Divide -5 by -15 Step 5: Solve for "x" Step 6: x = 3 Step 7: Check your work - Multiply -5 by 3 - Add -15 plus 20 - Total = 5

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