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Tutor profile: Emilee C.

Emilee C.
Elementary Educator

Questions

Subject: Music

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Question:

What is it called when someone can sing perfectly in tune?

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Answer:

When someone can sing in perfect tune, or know which notes are being played without being told, they are described to have perfect pitch.

Subject: Education

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Question:

For early education, 19 + 9 _____

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Answer:

Okay! For this problem, we ALWAYSSS look at our ones-place first. So, we have 19+9. Well, lets look at 9+9 first. What is 9+9? It is 18! So, we can put our 8 for our ones, but now that we created a new ten, we need to re-group. So, we can bring our new friend, the ten, up with our other ten and add those two together. One ten plus another ten equals two tens. So, our answer would be 2 tens and 8 ones, or 28.

Subject: Algebra

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Question:

Solve the equation: 2x^2 - 32 = 0

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Answer:

To start out this question, we need to know what they are looking for. For this particular algebra problem, we need to find the solution to 'x'. When looking at this problem, we can see that it will be using the quadratic formula and there are factors involved. To start off, we need to use the Greatest Common Factor of two to simplify the equation. Once we do, we have an equation that looks like: 2(x^2-16)=0. Now, we may see that x^2-16 has the difference of perfect squares, which we can find out. Using the perfect squares, we now have 2(x-4)(x+4). We now have an equation by that we can find the roots or the parabola. x-4=0 x=4

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