# Zoe Adams

Prealgebra teacher | Experienced educator in USA

I'm a dedicated educator specializing in Prealgebra, passionate about helping students build a strong mathematical foundation. I hold a degree from Warren Wilson College, where I honed my teaching skills and developed innovative approaches to make math accessible and engaging. With a commitment to fostering a supportive learning environment, I empower students to overcome challenges and succeed academically. Whether it's simplifying equations or mastering fundamental concepts, I strive to inspire confidence and foster a love for mathematics in every student I teach. Let's embark on this mathematical journey together!

## Questions

How do you express cups for $2 as a unit rate?

How do you evaluate #( \frac { 8} { 27} ) ^ { - \frac { 2} { 3} }# without using a calculator?

How do you express #9/25# as a percent?

It takes Mara 50 minutes to walk to her friend's house 1 2/3-miles away. What is her walking pace in miles per hour?

How do you write the answer of #8(7 times 10^-3)# in scientific notation?

How do you use prime factorization to find the least common multiple of 75 and 45?

How do you simplify #-8.2+6*(5-7)# using PEMDAS?

How do you add #-9/8+7/4#?

How do you find the prime factorization of 20?

How do write in simplest form given #-1/12-(-3/4)#?

How do you simplify #3^4+2^3+8(4xx2-5) #?

How do you write #2.22 times 10 ^ -6# in standard notation?

What are the digits in the hundreds place and the tens place in the number 5,870?

One lap of a running track measures 255 m. To run 10.0 km, how many laps should you run?

Mr Williams is buying some new books for his school. He buys 292 books, each costing £18.75 What is the total cost of the books?

3.16 as a repeating fraction?

If you had #26/12# dollars, how much money would that be in dollars and cents?

You spend #1/2# of your allowance each week on school lunches. Each lunch cost $1.25. How much is your weekly allowance?

How do you evaluate the expression #(2/3)^4/((2/3)^-5(2/3)^0)# using the properties of indices?.

Does the fraction #17/4# have an equivalent fraction with a denominator or #24#? If so, what is it?