# Julian Avila

Utica University

Prealgebra

Prealgebra teacher | Verified Expert

I hold a degree in Prealgebra from Utica University, where I developed a passion for simplifying mathematical concepts. My goal is to make Prealgebra accessible and enjoyable for students of all levels. With a patient and adaptable teaching style, I strive to instill confidence in my students while fostering a deep understanding of foundational math principles. Whether it's tackling basic operations or exploring problem-solving strategies, I'm here to support and guide you every step of the way. Let's embark on this mathematical journey together and unlock your full potential in Prealgebra!

## Questions

- A book costs $6.75. What is the cost of 8 books?
- What is 32.2 kg in grams?
- Charlie bought 64 candies and gave 4 candies to everyone in his class. How many students are in Charlie's class?
- Tommy has 14 apples. Then he gives 7 to Tim. How many does he have left?
- It takes 42 cherries to make an cherry pie. If a chef bought 444 cherries, the last pie would need how many more cherries?
- What is #16 * 38#?
- How many feet is 3 yards and 2 feet?
- Which operation should be performed first according to the order of operations of #21-5+24-:3+90xx4#?
- What is the LCD of the fractions #1/3# and #11/15#?
- If #a = 9#, then #5a =# what?
- There is 12/15 of a pizza left. How many 3/10 pieces can be made from the leftover pizza?
- A gear ratio is the ratio of the teeth on the front sprocket and the teeth on the rear sprocket. If a bike has 36 teeth on the front sprocket and 12 teeth on the rear sprocket, what is the gear ratio for the bike?
- Nora bikes 30 miles per hour. Jiro bikes 45 miles per hour. Nora and Jiro each bike for 5 hours. How many more miles does Jiro bike?
- How do you round 315.757 to the nearest hundredth?
- How do you evaluate #5+3*4#?
- Santa had to visit 10 houses on Snowy Lane. If he delivered 9 presents to each house, how many presents did he deliver?
- How many millimeters are equivalent to 8 meters?
- How do you reorder these numbers, # 15.6, -13, 7 3/5, 28/7, -8# from greatest to least?
- How do you solve #2(4*3)^2-:4+4-20#?
- What number is 1000 less than 3512?