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Tutor profile: Amelia M.

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Amelia M.
Biology Teacher/Librarian
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Subject: Library and Information Science

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How can you search for two terms that are not a phrase at the same time?

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Amelia M.
Answer:

You can use the Boolean search term AND in between the two words to search for them together.

Subject: Law

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Why is a non-engagement letter so important?

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An attorney-client relationship can be formed without a formal meeting and without discussing fees, so long as the client believes they have formed the relationship. A non-engagement letter removes this belief and protects the attorney.

Subject: Biology

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How would you describe active versus passive transport?

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Active transport is like climbing the ladder to a slide. You are moving from a low position to a high position and it is costing energy. In active transport, you move from a low concentration to a high concentration and it uses ATP to accomplish this. Passive transport is like sliding down the slide. You are moving from a high position to a low position and it requires no energy on your part. In passive transport, particles move from a high concentration to a low concentration without the use of energy.

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