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# Tutor profile: Ruby V.

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College Senior in Global Studies and French
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## Questions

### Subject:French

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Question:

write we went to the store yesterday in french.

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in order to construct the passé composé, you will need to use an auxiliary verb conjugated in the present tense and the past participle of the verb. In this case we use aller (to go) which uses être as its auxiliary verb. The third person plural of être is sommes and the past participle of aller is allé but because aller uses être as its auxiliary we have to make sure that the noun and the verb agree. Here because there we use "we" there is an 's' at the end of the past participle. - if at least one of the people in the "we" is male we write: Nous sommes allés au supermarché hier. - If not and all the people in 'we" are female we would write: Nous sommes allées au supermarché hier. (we added an extra e in allés)

### Subject:Pre-Algebra

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Question:

Find y : 4y + 3 = 35

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In order to find y, you need to get it alone on one side of the equation. The first thing you need to do is to subtract 3 from both sides of the equation, leaving you with 4y = 32. (remember: since 3 and 35 are like terms you subtract 3 from 35). Then what you need to do in order to get y alone is divide both sides of the equation by 4 which cancels out the 4 in 4y and gives you the answer y = 8. To check your answer you put in 8 for y in the original equation which should give you a correct statement. 4y + 3 =35 4(8) + 3 =35 32 +3 = 35 correct !

### Subject:Economics

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What is the production possibility frontier?

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The production possibility frontier is the total output combination of two items of production that an economy can produce. In a graph where x and y are two items of production, it is represented by a downward sloping line between the two. The downward slope shows that for every one x item produced it will lead to less y item(s) produced.

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