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Miesha J.
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Writing
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Question:

What are some ways to change a student's tendency to make grammatical errors?

Miesha J.
Answer:

We can practice editing example passages and sentences in order to gain familiarity with the editing process. We can also practice working with various essay prompts in order to understand how structure and coherence affects the students writing abilities.

Basic Math
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Question:

Megan has $17.50 and she is trying to save up for a bike that costs $52.00. If Megan earns $3.50 every week, how many weeks will it take before she has enough money to purchase her bike?

Miesha J.
Answer:

After adding 3.50 every week to her total savings, it will take Megan 10 weeks to purchase her bike.

Statistics
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Question:

A study was given which recorded average percentage of adults considered obese in the U.S. Given the mean of 23.08 percent and the standard deviation of 1.42 percent, if Texas has a percentage of 24.79 obese adults, what is its standardized score? What percentage of states is the lower percentage of adults who are diagnosed as obese?

Miesha J.
Answer:

The Texas standardized score would be 1.21 and about 88.49% of States have a lower percentage of adults diagnosed as obese.

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