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Tutor profile: Elaina G.

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Elaina G.
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Subject: Mandarin

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What is the typical sentence structure of a why question?

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Answer:

Subject...(why in Chinese)... Verb?

Subject: Biology

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What is the central dogma of Biology?

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The central dogma of biology is that all living organisms are created by DNA. The DNA is used as a template for RNA and goes on to code for amino acids which get turned into proteins through translation. This codes for all the traits that you have.

Subject: Anatomy

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Name the three different types of breaks that can happen to a bone and give examples of how they are caused.

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Greenstick fracture is a type of fracture when the bone does not completely break. One side breaks while the other is just bent. This usually occurs in children when their bones are not completely grown and more flexible. Compound fracture is when the bone breaks and often pierces through the skin, creating an open would. These are at high risks for infection and can be caused by a simple fall. Impact fracture is when when the bone is fractured and the two ends of the bones get forced into each other. This typically occurs in children and usually occurs when there is a collision that has too much force.

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