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Tutor profile: Atishay J.

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Atishay J.
Interning at Mercedes-Benz R&D
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Subject: Basic Math

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If, in the function f(c) = 2x+c, c is a variable, x is a constant, and f(2) = 12, then what is the value of x?

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Answer:

Here c is the variable. f(2) means the value of function when c=2. It is given to us as 12 which implies 2x+2=12. Solving the linear equation will give us the value of x as 5.

Subject: Mechanical Engineering

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What is the difference between a projectile motion and a rocket motion?

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Projectile motion is basically throwing a ball. The object is given all the moment in the beginning of the motion. Rocket motion on the other hand, as the name suggests, is like the motion of a rocket. The body generally has a part which produces acceleration as and when required.

Subject: Biology

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How are viruses made and how do they survive?

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Viruses are non-living infectious particles. They are not alive themselves and require a host cell to perform cellular processes for them. They are made up of proteins which envelope a small piece of genetic material. Viruses stay inert while outside a host, but once inside they hijack the host's cell machinery to reproduce and thrive.

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