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Tutor profile: Emilee R.

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Emilee R.
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

Use the words their, there, and they're in a paragraph about any topic. Also, use the words to, too, and two correctly.

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Emilee R.
Answer:

Two weeks ago, there was an art gallery held downtown. Their theme was controversial topics throughout history. At first, too many people were offended, so the police had to come to monitor the event. After sharing differing outlooks on historical events, people started to show respect to others' opinions. The gallery was such a success, that they're starting to do the event bimonthly.

Subject: Basic Math

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Amy read five times as many books as Hillary on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. However, on Thursday Hillary read 7 times as many books as Amy. If Hillary read 2 books on Monday, and Amy read 3 books on Thursday, how many books did each girl read in all?

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Answer:

Because Hillary read 2 books on Monday, that means Amy read 10 books on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday for a total of 30 books. We then need to add the 3 books that Amy read on Thursday. Amy read a total of 33 books. Hillary read 6 books on the first three days combined and 21 (7x3) books on Thursday. Hillary's total would be 27 books.

Subject: Anatomy

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What term describes the cluster of blood capillaries found in each nephron in the kidney?

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Emilee R.
Answer:

The glomerulus is found in each nephron. It filters waste in the body.

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