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 This Lesson (Checking answers with tutors 101) was created by by JBarnum(2044)  : View Source, ShowAbout JBarnum: Im 27 and a College grad with a Bachelors in Criminology, HS grad w/ a 3.93 GPA, NHS, LHS, FPSA, PHMS Math Tutor for 4 yrs. BEST in Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, geometry. Jbarnum09@yahoo.com 1. Please correctly write the question you need solved. Ex: ((1-x)/4)+32=y Not:1-x/4+32=y . 2. If you are just checking answers to make sure you have got the correct ones, Include your answer with the question. This way we(tutors) know that you have atleast tried the question and are not trying to just have us(tutors) do your homework for you. Ex:5x+4=19 My Answer x=3 We(tutors) can then show the work needed to get the correct answer and see if its the same as yours. Ex: 5x+4=19 -4____-4 (5x)/5=(15)/5 x=3 . 3. if there is a symbol that you cant type, please make a legend of the symbol u created and what it signifies. Ex: the sign for infinity is an horizontal 8, so((oo),(-oo)) means positive and negative infinity. Ex:(=/) means not equal, (<=)or (<_) means less than or equal to, (>=)or(>_) means greater than or equal to. x(=/)0, x(<=)5, x(>_)3 Ex:(_/) means square root of,(_/36)=6 Ex: x^y means x to the power of y, 2^4=16 This lesson has been accessed 882 times.