Have you ever wondered how much money it costs to start a city? Well, I might not have numbers for right now, but in 1869, it took just $1,000. That was how much money William Spurgeon spent to purchase 76 acres of land in California. According to an inflation calculator, that $1,000 translates to $19,000 in the present day, which feels a little low for 76 acres in California. Sounds like Spurgeon got a steal. He went on to build up the city, starting with building roads, so he could transport in sycamore trees to counter the ugly mustard plants in the area. He built the first general store and became postmaster.
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With a Santa Ana Calculus tutor, you can start building yourself up. Where you might have laid the foundation in your previous geometry and algebra classes, you are now starting to get more specific with Calculus. You are still just putting the framework up, but you allow yourself to get more specialized at the next step. You are about to start making choices about the direction you will take, so this is the time to make sure that everything is sturdy.
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