...Now, we have to draw second red card, but this time we have 25 red cards left inside the 51-card deck. So, probability of drawing second red card is P2=25/51. Finally, probability of whole event of drawing two red cards (one after another) out of regular 52-crd deck is P=P1*P2=1/2*25/51=(1*25)/(2*51); P=25/102.
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I have taken Calculus since my senior year of high school. I am currently enrolled in differential equations, and passed Calculus 1, 2, and 3 with grades of B or better. I also have taken 3 physics classes at the college sophomore level that are calculus based.
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...I am very familiar with the topics that students have trouble with. During the past few summers I have been teaching Algebra II remediation at the Army and Navy Academy. I have also taught this during the school year.
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...I continue to play both indoor and a little bit of beach volleyball recreationally. I have received both my bachelor's and master's in science in the field of Chemistry. The coursework for both degrees included a year of undergraduate Organic Chemistry and multiple classes on graduate organic chemistry material.
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Extensive experience tutoring Algebra 1 topics. These included solving linear equations in two variables both algebraically and graphically; solving quadratic equations by factorization and by utilizing the quadratic formula. Also taught foundational concepts in Algebra such as the number line, inequalities, roots, and functions.
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