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Tutor profile: Taylor R.

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Subject: Microsoft Suite

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I need several different graphs in one document, but on separate pages. Is this possible? How do I do it?

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Taylor R.
Answer:

It is possible to have different tables in the same document. These are called workbooks. To add a new workbook to a document, find the tabs at the bottom, and click the "+" button at the end. This will open a fresh workbook and you can put different information here without creating a separate document.

Subject: Music

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What are the sharps or flats at the beginning of a line of music called?

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This is called the key signature. Instead of writing the sharps and flats next to the note as you're playing, the key signature is added to the beginning of the measure and tells you what accidentals are found in each key.

Subject: Psychology

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What is the concept of natural selection in psychology?

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Natural selection is the process in which genetic traits make it more likely for an organism to survive and reproduce over generations. It's a crucial part of evolution and was coined by Charles Darwin in 1859.

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