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John Zalewski

U.S.
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I can help you solve problems involving fractions, decimals, ratios, and algebra. I can teach you how to do math faster, and even in your head. I can teach math definitions, and help you study, if necessary. Please do not ask any graphing, trigonometry, or calculus questions. Try to work through homework questions before asking for assistance.

Lynn Houston

U.S.
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I can answer questions in basic algebra and any grade school math.

Pawan Musale

India
On Vacation
returns 05/14/2015
I can answer Basic Mathematics questions like: Natural Numbers, Integers, Real Numbers, Complex Numbers, Number Theory, Geometry, Trigonometry, Graph Theory, Square Roots, Basic Integration, Profit-Loss problems, Work-Time problems, Equations etc I can try to answer questions of probability and set theory

Abe Mantell

On Vacation
returns 05/25/2015
Hello, I am a college professor of mathematics and regularly teach all levels from elementary mathematics through differential equations, and would be happy to assist anyone with such questions!

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2015-04-18 Thousands, Hundreds, Tens, & Ones:

It's exactly the same as rounding.  As you pointed out , 8281 rounded to the nearest thousands is 8000, to the nearest hundreds is 8200, the nearest tens is 8280.  Since there are no cents, it is already

2015-04-11 sets in mathematics:

Honestly, a lot of stuff you learn in math class, you will never use again, HOWEVER, I use algebra at least every week, so you never know when you might need to know how to find the circumference of a

2015-04-10 Ratios:

Still not exactly sure what you're asking, but I will give it a shot.  Yes, the ratio can be any amount.  It could be 1.5 or .5 or .2.  It's just not common to use a fraction in what is already a fraction

2015-02-14 Percentage Increase:

To find the percent increase, take the current price and subtract the old price, then divide by the old price.  So,    1.00-.25 = .75  .75/.25 = 3 or 300%    Another way to look at it is, if it doubled

2015-02-05 math:

Hello, Adilicia.    To solve a problem like this, you can do a quick write-up on a piece of paper, detailing this particular company's maintenance schedule.    Oil is changed every six weeks, and brakes

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