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A student took a test composed of 20 questions, with correct answers worth 2 points. If the student received 38 points for his grade, how many questions were correct?

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  1. anonymous
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    oh come now, meghan, you can do this!

  2. anonymous
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    each correct answer is worth 2 points. so how many correct answers do you need to get 4 points?

  3. anonymous
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    imagine you have 38 dollars. one candy bar costs 2 dollars. how many candy bars can you buy with your 38 dollars?

  4. anonymous
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    19

  5. anonymous
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    right, so each correct answer costs 2 points. how many correct answers can you buy with 38 points?

  6. anonymous
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    I don't know why with math I try to make things harder than what they are. It's like I still have a fear of math. It's been 8 years since I was in hs and had math and that fear seems to stay with you.

  7. anonymous
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    don't fear it :) face it and all will be well ^_^

  8. anonymous
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    take your time and look at the problem from different angles :)

  9. anonymous
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    heh. all you have to do with math is break the problem into smaller, easier parts. or write the problem in a different way. its all about following small, logical steps.

  10. anonymous
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    to reach the bigger step ~

  11. anonymous
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    exactly!

  12. anonymous
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    ^_^

  13. anonymous
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    The only thing I didn't score High on for my entry test for college was math. everything else was a great score. I am just going to have overcome my fear of math.

  14. anonymous
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    exactly, it'll take time, but walk the whole way!

  15. anonymous
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    Baby steps. Thank you to both of you.

  16. anonymous
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    you are welcome.

  17. anonymous
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    most welcome ^_^

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