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John ZalewskiU.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 HoustonU.S.
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I can answer questions in basic algebra and any grade school math. 
Hello, Jennifer. I assume that f(x) = (x2)^2. Questions like these can be rewritten as (f 0 (g(1)), or, for the second question, (g 0 (f(1)). A) First solve (g 0 1). This is equal to 1
% Diff 67  58 = 9 That's actually just the difference between 67 and 58 at this point, no longer percentages, so yes, you'd have to convert the final answer to a percentage. HOWEVER, it should
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