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Tutor profile: Elizabeth L.

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Subject: Latin

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How would you translate to latin, "take me, I am yours?'

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Elizabeth L.
Answer:

The latin translation for "take me, I am yours" is "Cape me, sum tuus."

Subject: Pre-Algebra

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What is the pythagorean theorem?

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Elizabeth L.
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The pythagorean theorem is a^2+b^2=c^2

Subject: Literature

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What is the most well known controlling metaphor in Umberto Eco's Name of the Rose?

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The most well known controlling metaphor in Umberto Eco's Name of the Rose is the "Library labyrinth.” In this compelling tale, the “library labyrinth” and the book are interconnected. As the mysterious mist surrounding the labyrinth begins to dissipate, the mist surrounding the book thickens. In the conclusion of the book, the labyrinth is, in essence, no longer a labyrinth, yet, the book has increased in its complexity. This is due to the fact that Eco wrote this book with a postmodernist worldview.

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