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Online 3rd Grade Math Tutor Job

attention, memorizing math facts, not getting overwhelmed
Posted On: 09/16/2020 09:53

Online College Math Tutor Job

Math questions
Posted On: 09/12/2020 14:17

Online Algebra 1 Math Tutor Job

if f(x)=xroot, complete the table for g(x)=f(-x)-5 x 0. 1. 4 x f(x) 0. 1. 2 g(x)
Posted On: 09/08/2020 15:54

Online High School Math Tutor Job

slopes y-intercept
Posted On: 08/31/2020 16:51

Online Geometry Math Tutor Job

Geometry throughout the school year.
Posted On: 08/17/2020 12:14

Online High School Math Tutor Job

while she was training for a marathon, lucy ran a total of 131 kilometers. how many meters did she run?
Posted On: 08/11/2020 20:20

Online High School Math Tutor Job

grade 9 math
Posted On: 07/30/2020 18:12

Online 5th Grade Math Tutor Job

Want to support 9-year old to maintain and advance in mathematics while studying from home during the COVID pandemic.
Posted On: 07/29/2020 19:50

Online High School Math Tutor Job

I have a problem with probability: I have 19 options, and 12 events for these options to be picked. If an option is picked, it is not depleted from the pool, so during the next event, the same option may be picked again. I wanted to know: A) the chance of getting any option twice B) the chance of one specific option getting chosen twice If I could get a simple explanation for how to solve this, so that I could replicate it further for triples, quadruples, etc. or for future problems, that would be much appreciated.
Posted On: 06/29/2020 21:52

Online Geometry Math Tutor Job

Measure and record the length of AAGH. Then measure and record the distance between point A and the point of intersection you created. Do the same between point AGH and the same intersection. With the line segments in place, move the line of reflection, GH . What do you notice about the measurements? Complete the table and describe what you see using geometric terms.
Posted On: 06/29/2020 21:52

Online Algebra 2 Math Tutor Job

A. Complete the square for the following using the steps in the lesson content. Then rewrite the trinomial as a square of a binomial. For example, (x + 3)2. 1. x2 + 12x + ? 2. x2 - 18x + ? 3. x2 + 4x + ? 4. x2 + 3x + ? B. Solve each equation by completing the square using the steps in the lesson content. Leave answers in radical form. Do not use decimals. 5. x2 + 2x + 5 = 0 6. 2x2 - 6x + 20 = 0 7. -2x + 6 = -x2
Posted On: 06/27/2020 05:30

Online Algebra 1 Math Tutor Job

Rate of change
Posted On: 06/24/2020 17:22

Online High School Math Tutor Job

I need help understanding basic high school math, im preparing for my GED and need help
Posted On: 06/19/2020 18:37

Online 6th Grade Math Tutor Job

As the spaceships touch down, small faces peer out through the windows. Each face is green or purple, has 3, 5, or 8 eyes, and is shaped like a triangle or a hexagon. How many different face types might you see using a table or a tree diagram to explain your thinking?
Posted On: 06/19/2020 15:15

Online High School Math Tutor Job

Linear programming
Posted On: 06/13/2020 02:53

Online 7th Grade Math Tutor Job

Garrett must inspect a bridge that goes over a river. He begins 18 feet above water level to inspect the lighting, descends 32 feet to inspect the base of the bridge underwater, then descends another 4 feet to check on the concrete anchoring the base. Which best represents Garrett’s position with respect to the water level?
Posted On: 06/12/2020 16:49

Online High School Math Tutor Job

Suppose a person has a mutation and a person has two children that survive to reproductive age. The probability of loss of the mutation in that one generation is 25%. If each descendant has two children that survive to reproductive age, what is the probability of complete disappearance of the mutation in 200 years, assuming 25 years per generation?
Posted On: 06/08/2020 21:45

Online 5th Grade Math Tutor Job

for my 10 year old child
Posted On: 06/07/2020 17:31

Online Calculus 1 Math Tutor Job

exam
Posted On: 06/06/2020 20:48

Online Other Math Tutor Job

The length of a manufactured machine part is normally distributed with mean 12cm and a standard deviation 0.2cm. Specifications call for the lengths to range from 11.6cm to 12.2cm a) What proportion of parts will be smaller than 11.7cm? (3 marks) b) What length is exceeded by 25% of the parts? (4 marks) c) What proportion of parts will meet the specification? (4 marks) d) What value of the standard deviation is required so that less than 7% of parts have a length greater than 12.2cm?
Posted On: 06/05/2020 22:50