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Tutor profile: Cody L.

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Cody L.
Master Scheduler in Aerospace Industry, Expert Technical Writer
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Subject: Microsoft Suite

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Question:

Your colleague proofread a memo that you have written on Microsoft Word and left "comments" embedded in your document for you to review. How did they do this?

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Answer:

First highlight and select the text you want to add a comment to. Then, click the "Review" tab from the Ribbon. Select the "New Comment" button in the Comments group. Right-click in the document and select New Comment. Type your comment, then click outside the comment box when you're finished.

Subject: Writing

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Question:

Which of the following sentences is the clearest? A. The scientist in his laboratory has samples of his rocks from different time periods. B. The scientist has samples from different time periods of his rocks in his laboratory. C. The scientist has samples in his laboratory of his rocks from different time periods. D. In his laboratory from different time periods, the scientist has samples of his rocks.

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Answer:

Correct Answer is C: The samples are of rocks; the rocks are from different time periods in different samples; and the scientist has these samples in his laboratory. Choice C is the only one that clearly expresses all of this information. The other choices all have misplaced modifiers.

Subject: Basic Math

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Question:

The sale price of a car is $20,500, which is 20% off the original price. What is the original price?

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Answer:

This is a question that involves an equation with proportions. Since we need to solve for original price, we will label that as our unknown "X." If something is "20%" off, we know that the given sale price of the car is actually 80% of the original price. We will use this to establish our ratio: 80/100 = 20,500/X Cross-multiplying we get: 80X = 2,050,000 To isolate our X, divide by 80 X = 25,625.

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