Keep your math skills sharp, practice with this week’s math question from algebra: Complete the equation. If the answer is a fraction, reduce it and convert it into a mixed number. X + 9 – 3(X + 12) = -31 A) X = -2 B) X = 2 C) X = -½ D) X = -1 E) None of the above Last week’s solution for 11/5/18: C A= πr2 (r is ½ the diameter = 12) A= π122 (122 = 144) A= 144π Stay tuned next week for the solution… Continue Reading
Keep your math skills sharp by practicing with this week’s math question out of geometry: What is the area of a circle with the diameter of 24? A) 576π B) 24π C) 144π D) 12π Stay tuned next week for the solution and a new question!
You would think after part 2 that we would have exhausted the colleges in the golden state, but your options still remain afloat. California seems to churn out as many college students as corporate America seems to outsource. This state’s large amount of opportunities, though, give California grads the upper edge. A college degree is the biggest asset in today’s job market. And so we continue with the colleges in California that can provide you with a quality education. 1. University of San Diego– San Diego, CA Admissions Data (2010): Percent of Applicants Admitted: 51%… Continue Reading
Last time we went on a journey towards Southern California and discovered 3 prestigious but low-profile private schools. Featuring small class sizes and an ample amount of majors, these colleges can meet anyone’s needs. Now let’s trek on up towards the Bay Area and the rest of Northern California and see what other academic treasures we can find. 1. University of San Francisco (San Francisco, CA) Admissions Data (2009): Percent of Applicants Admitted: 71% Test Scores — 25th / 75th Percentile SAT Critical Reading: 500 / 610 SAT Math: 510 / 610 SAT Writing: 510… Continue Reading
California is home to sunny weather and legendary landmarks. From sunbathed, flip-flop wearing Southern Californians to tie dye shirt wearing Northern Californians, this state offers it all. Along with glamor and beaches, California is also famous for its higher education. The state system provides amazing education in the form of the University of California and the California State University systems. However, most people have only heard of Stanford and the University of Southern California when it comes to the private schools. Private colleges are often smaller, liberal arts schools that may not be well known… Continue Reading