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Tutor profile: Emily W.

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Emily W.
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Subject: Writing

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What are the major steps in the writing process?

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Initially, the first step in the writing process is to brainstorm and decide on the topic. After that, the next step is to organize and narrow down ideas. Then, depending on the paper, finding sources to incorporate in the paper. After that, a rough draft, then a peer review, a final review, and a final draft.

Subject: Biology

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What are the main differences between Prokaryotic cells and Eukaryotic cells?

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A prokaryotic cell is much less complex and small compared to a eukaryotic cell. A eukaryotic cell's nucleus is surrounded by a membrane that separates the DNA from the cytoplasm and organelles. While the prokaryotic cell does not have a true nucleus, the DNA is located in the cytoplasm, in the area known as the nucleoid region.

Subject: English

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How can a semi-colon be used in a sentence?

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The most common way people use a semi-colon in writing is demonstrated below. I really enjoyed my first day at work; however, it was extremely stressful because it was busy. The semi-colon can also be used to link two independent clauses together that are closely related. ex. My mother came over today; she dyed her hair blonde.

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