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Tutor profile: Francesca F.

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Francesca F.
Psychology major at UC Davis
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Subject: French

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Conjugate the following verbs in l'imparfait: regarder, choisir.

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Answer:

L'imparfait is a form of the past tense in french that describes what you used to do. To conjugate, take the nous form in its present tense of the verb, remove the -ons, and replace it with the imperfect endings, -ais, -ait, -ions, -iez, or -aient. Je regardais Tu regardais Il/elle/on regardait Nous regardions Vous regardiez Ils/elles regardaient Je choisissais Tu choisissais Il/elle/on choisissait Nous choisissions Vous choisissiez Ils/elles choisissaient

Subject: Psychology

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Frika is washing dishes and she automatically puts the forks in the side drawer, despite the fact that she moved the forks to another drawer last week. Frika’s error is most likely the result of __________ memory.

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IMPLICIT memory Implicit memory is a system underlying conscious memories. It involves motor skills and behavioral habits. The fact that Frika suddenly put the forks in another place interfered with her implicit memory of already putting them in the side drawer. This motor memory takes time to form and can be very resistant to decay.

Subject: Algebra

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Find the product of the following binomial: (2+3d)(2+3d)

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To solve this problem, we can use a method called FOIL: first, outside, inside, last. Multiply the FIRST terms of each binomial -- 2 * 2 = 4 -- Multiply the OUTSIDE terms of each -- 2 * 3d = 6d -- next, multiply the INSIDE terms -- 3d * 2 = 6d -- finally, multiply the LAST terms -- 3d * 3d = 9d^2. Now, we have 4 terms that can be written into polynomial form: 4 + 6d + 6d + 9d^2 simplified and rearranged to: 9d^2 + 12d + 4

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