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About Stitch: Work full time & am still taking night classes. Games are blocked at work so this is my new lunch hobby.

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Comment from student: Thank you stitch for helping me. I have a 2 question can you help me please. The line y=mx+c passes through (2'5) and (4'13). Find the m and the c Twice one Number added to 3 times a nother gives 21. Find the numbers if the difference between them is 3.

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Comment from student: Thank you Stitch, your input is invaluable. Now let me check to see that she understands what you did...I think I've almost got it!!

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Comment from student: Thank you Stitch for the prompt answer, and the working out. It has been a long time since I did Algebra in school, and looking at the way you worked the problem out has refreshed my memory a bit. Thanks!

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Comment from student: Could you solve this as wellll..! Find the greatest common factor of 2^31 * 5^15 * 7^22 and 2^35 * 5^22 * 7^14 along with Find the least common multiple of 2^31 * 5^15 *7^22 and 2^35 * 5^22 * 7^14 What the signs mean: * = Multiply ^ = Square Root of ...

Comment from student: Thank you so much. I also went ahead and liked your Google+ Page. could you solve another question for me to... the question is.... Two angles are supplementary. One is 60 more than three times the other. Find the measures of the angles.

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Comment from student: Hey thank you, that helps explain things for me I was forgetting the devision

Comment from student: Thank you so much for your speedy and detailed explanations. It really helped me understand the principles.

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Comment from student: Hi Stitchn Thank you so much. I am not very good at Math and I have a quiz on this stuff for my college course. You helped a great deal. Thanks again so much. Angela

Comment from student: Thanks stitch! I really appreciate it, I was having a hard time with tis homework problem. ;)

Comment from student: THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!! your step by step guide really helped me understand this!!!!

Comment from student: thank you so much...I never would have figured that out. So if I had to do 5^1/3 and 5^1/4 would they have the same answer?

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Comment from student: thank you the reason there is 3 answer is bec of the 3 m is that correct im confused thanks for showing me how you got your answer

Comment from student: Thank you so very much!!!!!!!!!!! You just saved my math grade!!!

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Comment from student: Dear Stitch , thanks so much for your help, but mostly the explanation, it helped me make sense of it all. Sure wish I had learned all this 40 years ago, a recent layoff has sent me back to college, only have a business math background no algebra or geometry. It's a lot to take in, in a couple of semesters, but I'm hanging in there. Again thank you for helping .

Comment from student: Thanks alot stitch

Comment from student: Thank you for the clarification.