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Pawan MusaleIndia
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I can answer questions wrapped in words. This includes questions related to Logic, Natural Numbers, Integers, Real Numbers, Complex Numbers, Number Theory, Geometry, Trigonometry, Graph Theory, Square Roots, Basic Integration, ProfitLoss problems, WorkTime problems, Equations etc.  
Janet YangU.S.
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Word problems are my favorite type of math questions! I would not feel comfortable answering questions that require specialized knowledge (Physics, Statistics, etc.) because I have not studied these in depth.  
Scott A WilsonU.S.
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I have answered every question that was a story problems that had any relation to math for which an answer existed. I have ever answered some questions which had a vague relation to math, but still related.  
Abe MantellAvailable

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! 
After taking Physics, I find it very important to note the units involved. For the 1st problem, since it takes 4 people only 3 hours, multiplying that means the fence can be done in 12 people*hours
I think the wording is ambiguous. Is "6 candy bars cost $5.40 for 3 kids" meaning "6 bars per kid," or "6 bars for all 3 kids"? If it is "6 bars per kid" then your results are correct...otherwise
Aiden began with n fruit. His friend received (⅕)n fruit, leaving Aiden with (⅘)n fruit. His sister received (½)(⅘)n fruit, leaving Aiden with (½)(⅘)n fruit. (½)(⅘)n
Place value usually says which number it refers to. In the 690, the 1s place value is 0, the 10s place value is 9 and the hundreds place value is 6. Another example would be with the number 527.
The 39,000 manhrs is the amount of work done or to be done. So, it could mean 39,000 men work for 1 hour, or 3900 men work for 10 hrs, or 390 men work for 100 hrs, or 39 men work for 1000 hrs, or as
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