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Tutor profile: Ryne U.

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Ryne U.
Graduate with B.S. Biology, pursing M.S. Computer Science
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Subject: Pre-Algebra

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Question:

Evaluate: -6 + 3(9 - 7).

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Answer:

You need to use the PEMDAS rule (Parenthesis, Exponent, Multiplication/Division, Addition/Subtraction). (9 - 7), then multiply by 3, then -6 + that answer. 2 x 3 = 6 -6 + 6 = 0 The answer is 0.

Subject: C++ Programming

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What is a pointer in C++?

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Although the answer to this question could be long and complex, the general definition of a pointer in C++ is a variable in which the value of it is the address of another variable. It may be of any type, and must be declared before the user can work with it.

Subject: C Sharp Programming

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What are some of the advantages of C# over other languages such as C/C++, or Java?

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Although C# is a high-level object-oriented programming language such as C/C++, it is more efficient in certain ways such as garbage collection over C/C++, or a feature such as operator overloading where such thing does not exist in Java. C# has also simplified it's syntax over the years and is a much better choice for .NET developers.

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