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Raina C.
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Writing
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Question:

How do you organize a good argumentative essay?

Raina C.
Answer:

A good essay must be well-structured. Here is an example of a good outline to get started: I. Introduction a) Background information b) Questions c) Thesis II. Claim 1 a) Topic b) Evidence c) Analysis III. Claim 2 (following logically from claim 1) a) Topic b) Evidence c) Analysis IV. Claim 3 (following logically from claim 2) a) Topic b) Evidence c) Analysis V. Conclusion a) Summary of argument b) Additional questions c) Insight

Music Theory
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Question:

How do you resolve a V6 chord?

Raina C.
Answer:

V6 is composed of scale degrees 7, 2, and 5. Since this chord puts the leading tone (scale degree 7) in the bass, 7 must resolve to 1, and the other scale degrees must move consistent with general rules of voice leading.

Human Geography
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Question:

What is urban space? How is space produced?

Raina C.
Answer:

Urban space is constituted by the material practices that make cities, guided by various policy directives, economic forces, and legal mandates; it is interdependent with and co-constituted by rural spaces, and is always racialized and gendered in site-specific formations.

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