# Roman Alvarez

Prealgebra teacher | Experienced educator in USA

Greetings! I'm a passionate educator with a focus on Prealgebra. My academic journey led me to specialize in this fundamental subject at Endicott College. Committed to fostering a love for math, I thrive on simplifying complex concepts for students. Let's embark on a learning adventure together, where Prealgebra becomes an accessible and enjoyable experience!

## Questions

What is the least common multiple of 8, 10, 12?

What is #1.5 + 2.25#?

How do you find the LCM of the 39, 52, 169?

How do you find the difference #4-5#?

30. Daniel puts some wheat flour into an empty bowl. Then he adds #2/3# cup rye flour to make a total of #2 5/12# cups of flour. How much wheat flour is in the bowl?

How do you evaluate #38-(-17)#?

How many gallons is 2 liters?

How do you write the reciprocal number of 4/9?

How are denominators and divisors alike?

How do write in simplest form given #-9.16-10.17#?

How do you simplify #[( - 72) \div ( - 2) ] ^ { 2} - ( - 7) \cdot ( - 11)#?

In Sean's fish tank, there are 6 times as many goldfish as guppies. There are a total of 21 fish in the tank. How many more goldfish are there than guppies?

What are the factors of 60?

How do you write #18-26# as a single integer?

How do you factor 66+11 using GCF?

You exercise for #3/4# of an hour. You jump rope for #1/3# of that time. In simplest form, what fraction of the hour do you spend jumping rope?

How do you simplify #-10/5times2+8times(6-4)-3times4# using PEMDAS?

3.16 as a repeating fraction?

How do you write the reciprocal number of 7/2?

If there are no parenthesis in an equation then do you still follow order of operations?