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# Math for Kids/Expert Profile

## John Zalewski

U.S.
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##### Expertise

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.

##### Education/Credentials

Math class, yeah!

### Recent Reviews from Users

K = Knowledgeability    C = Clarity of Response    P = Politeness
Peter03/06/17101010Very nice
enit01/10/12101010
Ryan04/25/11101010
greg09/23/08101010thank you

### Recent Answers from John Zalewski

#### 2017-02-21 Ritalin eye pain:

Hello, Peter.    Certainly there are proofs for what you have asked. There may be more than one for each proof, but I am not sure about that.    Check out these sites:    http://jwilson.coe.uga.edu/EMAT6680/Brown/6690/negneg

#### 2016-09-01 Help:

Hello, Aishwarya.    In math, a "number" is an abstract concept used to denote an amount. For example, "9" onions means that there exist an amount of 9 separate onions.    Numbers don't really exist, not

#### 2016-07-23 Help:

Hello, Apsara.    I'm not certain what your statement of "Then counting numbers are only different and counting numbers including 0 are different" means. Could you rephrase?    The natural numbers are

#### 2016-07-16 Logic Puzzle:

Hello, Peter.    That is true, but it's just another ad hoc "solution" to this "math" problem. Actually, it's probably worse than the direction answer: E goes back one to give you the next numerator, D

#### 2016-07-14 Logic Puzzle:

Hello, Peter.     Admittedly, I was stumped. I had to ask another person. E/R = D/S = N/U = L/W.    Why L? The answer lies in realizing that the letters represent directions. N, S, W, and E stand for North

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