# Nova Allen

Prealgebra teacher | Tutor for 9 years

With a specialization in Prealgebra, I am a graduate of Winston-Salem State University, equipped with the knowledge to unravel the intricacies of foundational mathematical concepts. As your dedicated tutor, I am committed to fostering a deep understanding of Prealgebra, making complex problems more approachable. My passion lies in empowering students to build a solid mathematical foundation for future academic success. Let's embark on this learning journey together, where questions find thoughtful answers, and mathematical proficiency becomes second nature.

## Questions

What is the value of #3g+8# when #g=14#?

How do you evaluate #55+57+58+61+63#?

How do you simplify #root(3)(375)#?

How do you evaluate # - \frac { 4} { 5} - ( - \frac { 7} { 10} )#?

A car moving at a constant speed travels 88 feet in 2 seconds. Use a proportion to find how many feet it travels in one minute?

What is #7\times ( - 7) #?

Which of these numbers is a prime number 1, 11, 21, 51?

A man spends #10#% of his rupees, then #60#% of the remaining rupees. Given that he has #"Rs."72# left, how many rupees did he start with?

How do you write #2 2/7# as an improper fraction?

How do you round 34 to the nearest hundred?

What is the lowest common denominator for 1/4, 3/5, and 7/9?

I have 12 oranges but I give 5/6 to a friend, how many did I give away?

How do you round 2,372 to the nearest hundred?

If you have 114 kg how many pounds will you have?

A tank of water is #5/9# full of water. If a #6 3/4 # liters of water is poured it will be #2/3# full. What is the capacity of the tank?

Sara and Matt each ordered of a medium pizza. Sara ate 3/8 of her pizza for lunch and 2/8 for for and snack. Matt ate 2/4 of his pizza for lunch and 1/4 , for a snack. Who ate more pizza?

How do you round the decimal two hundred twenty-one and five hundred seventy-four thousandths to the nearest tenth?

How do you find #25\div 5+ 6\times ( 12- 4)#?

What is the GCF of 24 and 48?

How do you evaluate the power #-(1.2)^2#?