Topic: can someone please answer my questions about scholarships?**Question:**
ok, so i know what they are and stuff.........can you use a scholarship for an out of state college? these are the colleges i would like to get into: university of virginia, ohio university, university of vermont, university of pennsylvania, university of texas at austin, university of pittsburgh, university of michigan, and hunter college. all of these colleges are out of state accept hunter...... can you tell me what different scholarships they offer....... also my chances of getting in since im an out of state student(except for hunter). i know its pretty hard but i want to get away from new york for awhile , sooo what gpa score do i have to have, sat,act scores and things like that

July 16, 2019 / By Valarie

there are so many different types of scholarships u can apply for.. you can get tons of scholarships.. there are many sites you can apply at... alot of people think that they cant get a scholarships so they dont even bother. but keep in mind if that if 1/1 person applies theyre obviously going to get it... you're more than likely going to have to show them your SATs scores.. write essays.. etc like that ... apply alot! on each scholarship sites theyll show you what is required and instructions on how to apply! easiest is way is go to a nearest college.. even if its a community college they have information about where to apply!

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Did you like the answer? 1) A and D add to 90. A and E add to 180. For example if A = 20 then D = 70 and E equals 150. So what about D and E? They equal 220. About all you can say of them is that they will be less than 360. 2) the example of a rule you gave is the slope-intercept form of the equation of a line which means nothing in a sequence of numbers. You could use the rule f(n) = -4 + 5(n -1) where n is the number of the term. This simplifies to -9 + 5n. For example, the first term, where n = 1 can be found by -9 + 5(1) = -4, the second term where n = 2 can be found by -9 + 5(2) = 1 and so on. 3)From term 1 to 2, you add 4. Next you add 9, next add 16, next add 25. So you are adding perfect squares. next add 36 to get 91, then add 49 to get 140. next two terms are 91, 140 4) 5 - 1^2 = 5-1 = 4 5 - 2^2 = 5 - 4 = 1 5 - 3^2 = 5 - 9 = -4 5 - 4^2 = 5 - 16 = -11 5 - 5^2 = 5 - 25 = -20 where ^2 means squared... good luck gimme my points please!

1. First get rid of the -4 by adding it to both sides. N/3 -4 +4 = -9 + 4 = N/3 = -5 2. From there it gets a lot easier. N/3 = -5 would be simplified by multiplying by 3/1 on both sides 3/1 x N/3 = -5 x 3 . . . = . . . N = -15 3. N = -15 is the answer. Plug it back into the equation to make sure yourself. The other one has already been answered from what I've seen. The idea is to balance both sides of the equation. This means that anytime you add or subtract or multiply or divide on one side to simplify you also do the same on the other. This is why it's called an "equation". Think of it as a scale that is in balance and in order to keep it in balance if you add to one side you must add to the other. I think that is really the problem here. These are simple equations. Ask your teacher to bring in an old set of scales with weights on both sides like those that are pictured (usually) on the court-house so you can physically see how they work - it usually helps students to see what is meant by an "equation". Remember that, and you'll be able to solve any problem correctly. Give a man a fish and he'll be hungry again and come back and ask for more. Teach a man to fish and he can feed himself. Here's the other one. 12 = 2M - 8 Simplifiy by adding 8 to both sides 12 + 8 = 2M - 8 + 8 . . . = 20 = 2M then simplify by dividing by 2 on both sides. 20/2 = 2M/2 . . . = 10 = M or M = 10 I haven't done this in years but I can stil do it simply by remembering that an equation must "balance out".

Like the previous answers said there are loads of scholarships across the internet and your respective state. Many scholarships are awarded from private funding or organizations. I would do a google search in your state. Schools also offer different types of scholarship, they are awarded to students with higher GPAs, Involvement in student activities, SAT/ACT scores, Essays, Recommendation letters...etc. Look at those colleges that you are interested in, at their scholarship requirements. Below is scholarships the schools you listed offer.

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There's all kinds of scholarships, and they all have different requirements. When you look for them, you just need to look for one's you fit qualifications for. Using fastweb helped me a lot, but I would also check in with your high school's scholarship coordinator, because that's how I got 2 of the scholarships I did, was because she helped me.

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I answer questions for the 2 points. If I answer questions in certain sections like Homework Help, Science & Mathematics, Hobbies & Crafts, or other educational sections, i always hope for a best answer. I mean I am helping someone learn things so yea it makes you feel good when you get a best answer in those categories because they feel like you helped them. Always a good feeling. =] Polls & Surveys just for the 2 points.

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