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# Tutor profile: Crystal G.

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Crystal G.
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## Questions

### Subject:Writing

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Question:

Which sentence has correct writing conventions? A) Whenever she was needed, the teacher was available to help. B) Is there evidence that a octopus can walk? C) If the boy would have continued to sell lemonade at the stand, he did make a lot of money in the summer. D) The child was playing in the dirt, which had been excited all day.

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Correct Response: A) Whenever she was needed, the teacher was available to help.

### Subject:Pre-Algebra

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Students from Rodham Middle School attend the annual school fair, an event that helps to raise money for the school by having students buy tickets to play carnival games. The entire school population at Rodham Middle School is 900 students. About 75% of the school population attends the fair that year. How many students at Rodham Middle School do not attend the school fair that year?

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Step 1: Analyze what the question is asking. We must first find the exact percentage we need to take from the entire population. 75% of the school population attended the fair that year, so... 100%-75%=25% 25% of the school population did not attend the fair that year. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Step 2: Convert the percentage into the unit that is being asked in the question. To do this, we need to first convert a percent into a decimal. 25% converts to 0.25 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Step 3: Calculate the percent-decimal into the number of students (the unit) by multiplying. 0.25 x 900 students = 225 students -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Solution: 225 students did not attend the fair that year.

### Subject:English

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Jacinda and her friend Miley decided to go skiing at Mount Bear for the weekend. They ascended on a ski lift until they reached the ski slope. Once they reached the intended spot, they got off and put on all their gear before making it to the starting point. Before they were able to begin the brief adventure, Jacinda realized that she had left one of her ski poles at the base. Jacinda told Miley to go ahead since she would have to wait for her to return. Nonetheless, Miley did not want to go on the short trip alone. She told Miley she would wait for her, and as soon as she returned they would both ski together. What is likely true about events in this story? A) Jacinda and Miley had been transported to reach the intended spot by being lowered. B) They first put all their gear on and then got off the ski lift. C) Jacinda told Miley to not wait for her to return, but Miley did not want to go on the short trip without her. D) Jacinda had realized that she had left one of her ski poles at the military base.

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Correct Response: C) Jacinda told Miley to not wait for her to return, but Miley did not want to go on the short trip without her.

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