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Tutor profile: Mark M.

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Mark M.
Father of 6, Teacher for 17 years in traditional and virtual school setting
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Subject: Environmental Science

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Why are electric cars not more popular, given they don't give off exhaust that pollutes the atmosphere?

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Answer:

Two reasons electric cars have not replaced gasoline powered cars is because they are still too expensive, and their range between charges prohibits longer trips.

Subject: US History

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Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, when they knew the Americans had a superior capacity to wage a war?

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Japanese military leaders were convinced that they could not sustain their military, because of the cessation of United States oil shipments to Japan. This was in protest of the Japanese conquests and expansion in Indochina.

Subject: Education

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Name a benefit for students who are in a 1-1 computing environment.

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A benefit for students who are in a 1-1 computing environment is that they have a virtually limitless amount of information at their fingertips. However they need to be taught to discern between information that is false and/or unimportant, and that which is valid.

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