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# Tutor profile: Megan M.

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Megan M.
Taught Some Seminary, a day of Sensation & Perception, & Neurobiolgy
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## Questions

### Subject:Microsoft Excel

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How do you find the Standard Deviation of a row of numbers in an Excel sheet?

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Megan M.

You find the column you want to find the Standard Deviation. Then, you put in a box below the column =STDEV(E6:E40) or what ever number the row/column the numbers you want. You do =STDEV, and place a bracket. To clarify, you start from the first time the number appears in the list on excel, separated by :, to the last. Then, you close it with a bracket, and click enter. You've got the Standard Deviation for that list!

### Subject:Basic Math

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What are the common denominators of 1/4 and 1/2?

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Megan M.

The answer is 2. Both are divisible by 2. This is important to know if you want to for instance add the fractions, etc.

### Subject:Biology

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What is the difference between Transcription and Replication?

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Megan M.

Transcription makes a copy of the DNA strand in RNA form. While, Replication takes that strand of DNA and just makes another copy of DNA.

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