(877) 999-2681  | BECOME A TUTOR | BECOME A STUDENT  |  Sign In
Search 70,516 tutors SEARCH
WyzAnt Tutoring Tutor Tutor United States

## Flexible and Adaptive Tutoring- All Ages, Wide Range of Subjects

### Prescott, AZ (86301)

 Travel Radius 30 miles Hourly Fee \$40.00 Discount \$34.00 - \$38.00 Save up to 15%
 Your first hour with any tutor is always 100% refundable!

# Nathan's Responses in WyzAnt Answers

#### which value is equivalent to, 5 to the third power multiplied by 5 to the fourth power?

could you put steps on how you get the answer.

+ more- less
Asked by Bridgette from Riverside, CA
10

I'm assuming that you're phrasing the question this way:

53 • 54

Whenever you are multiplying identical phrases or components (i.e., numbers/constants or variables) with powers, merely add the powers to find the "final power."

In this case, 5 and 5 are identical constants/numbers, therefore you can add their powers, which gives you:
57 , which equals 5 • 5 • 5 • 5 • 5 • 5 • 5, which equals 78,125.

If you want to check your work, break down the powers into:
53 = 125 and 54 = 625, and then substitute:
125 • 625 = 78,125

Works out great!  Hope this helps!

#### 3/4-9p=-3/5

i dont understand the equation

+ more- less
Asked by Beth from Papillion, NE
10

This problem is algebraic, and we are understood to be solving for the variable "p."

I find it easier to always move the variable to where it is positive.  In this case, let's move him to the right side of the tracks (=).
>> 3/4 = 9p - 3/5

Great!  He's happy to be positive.  Now, we have two equations with uncommon denominators who don't really agree with each other.  Let's make them agree.  The lowest number they both agree on (and therefore are "factors" of) is 20!
>> 15/20 = 9p - 12/20

Sweet!  They agree.  Now let's get those fractions to live on the same side of the tracks (=).
>> 15/20 + 12/20 = 9p
>> 27/20 = 9p

Now all we have to do, is put poor "p" into solitary confinement, and put the number 9 with the others on the other side of the tracks.
>> 27/(20•9) = p
>> 27/180 = p

The only problem is, 27/180 feels fat and could use a diet.  Let's trim him down.  He likes 9s!
>> 3/20 = p
OR (in other words)

Wondering how you can switch sides in an algebraic equation?  Do the opposite process.  Negative numbers should be ADDED to the opposite side.  Positive numbers, subtracted.  Multiplied numbers, divided... and divided numbers (or fractions), multiplied.

Hope this helps!

## Other Prescott, AZ Tutors

### Nathan's Hourly Rate

Hourly Fee: \$40.00

Save up to 15% with a discount package

Cancellation: 2 hours notice required

#### How do I receive a discount?

Save between 5 and 15% on tutoring by purchasing credit with one of our prepaid discount packages. You can buy one of our standard 5, 10 or 15% packages or customize your own package based on how much tutoring you need. The credit you purchase can be used towards any tutor at any time and does not expire. If you do not use the entire package, we will simply deduct what you did spend on tutoring from your original purchase price and give you a refund. Discount packages start as low as \$190.

Credit For Only You Save
\$200 - \$399 \$190 - \$379 5%
\$400 - \$999 \$360 - \$899 10%
\$1,000 + \$850 + 15%

Your first hour with any tutor is protected by our Good Fit Guarantee: You don't pay for tutoring unless you find a good fit!

## Background Check Status for Nathan J.

Nathan has consented to a background check to be run by Lexis Nexis upon request for \$7.99. You will be able to run a background check after you email Nathan with your tutoring inquiry.