Math Instructor was asked...4 February 2014

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10 gallons of 30% and 90 gallons of 10% juice.

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10 gallons of 30% and 90 gallons of 10% juice.

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I set it up like this. (.30)(x) + .10(100-x) = .12( 100) and solved for x. x = 10 gallons... therefore 10 gallons of 30% and 90 gallons of 10% Less

Math Instructor was asked...25 May 2015

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It's the total number of pieces the pie is cut into. If they don't know much about fractions they're in 2nd or 3rd grade. Give them a real like application for it to make more sense Less

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It is the total number of equal parts in one whole...

Math Instructor was asked...20 August 2015

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by using the def of percent which is the every 100. Thus it should be 16*3 + 8

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I did 10*3+6*3+8

Math Instructor was asked...16 July 2019

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Of course, will love to show you that I am a good fit.

Math Instructor was asked...13 February 2021

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A: Have kids share or try to locate more calculators.

Math Instructor was asked...15 May 2017

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I have good communication skills - I can explain concepts with appropriate details, depending on my audience. I frequently ask my audience if they understand what I'm saying, and if not, I try to explain in other ways. As for experience, a group of friends and I made a study group during our first year in university. I was in charge of clarifying any confusions that arose in math classes. I have helped a lot of my friends with various problems in assignments and past exams. After I explained to them a certain concept that the question was asking to apply, they were able to easily solve said problems. Less

Math Instructor was asked...12 September 2016

Math Instructor was asked...10 December 2020

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First, I tried using algebra. But, it made more sense to try and use graphics.

Math Instructor was asked...13 February 2021