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Riley Anderson

Riley Anderson

California State University, Sacramento
Prealgebra

Prealgebra teacher | Tutor for 10 years

I'm a Prealgebra educator, passionate about simplifying complex mathematical concepts. With a degree from California State University, Sacramento, I strive to foster a supportive learning environment where students feel confident tackling mathematical challenges. My approach emphasizes clarity, patience, and personalized guidance to help students build a solid foundation in math. Whether it's equations, fractions, or problem-solving strategies, I'm dedicated to empowering students to excel in Prealgebra and beyond.

Questions

  • Are some even numbers divisible by five?
  • Is 77 a prime or composite number?
  • Brad pays $56 for four CDs. At this rate, how many CDs can he buy with $42?
  • What is 3#7/10# + 3#7/10#?
  • A pitcher of lemonade holds 64.8 ounces. If each serving is 7.2 ounces, how many servings are there in a pitcher?
  • Tom knows that in his school 10 out of every 85 students are left-handed. There are 391 students in Tom's school. How many students in Tom's school are left-handed?
  • How do you convert #4.9xx10^-7# to standard form?
  • What is #12/15 * 3/4#?
  • 14 is what percent of 100?
  • If 8 tickets cost $148, how much do 2 tickets cost?
  • A number is multiplied by 26 to get a product of 650. What is the number?
  • Is 81 a rational number?
  • How do you add #5/12+2/9#?
  • What is the greatest common factor for 36 and 45?
  • Two slices of Dan's Famous Pizza have 230 calories. How many calories would you expect to be in 5 slices of the same pizza?
  • What is the least common multiple of 12 and 19?
  • The GCF of two numbers is 4. The two numbers are between 11 and 19. What are the two numbers?
  • A boutique sold $127.50 worth of purses for $7.50 each.=. How many purses did they sell?
  • Each week, Dwight calculated that he spends 2/3 of his allowance on food and 1/9 on video games. How much did he spend on food and video games?
  • How do you solve (- 4) + ( - 4) + ( - 4) + ( - 4) + ( - 4)?