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Tutor profile: Richard L.

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Richard L.
Program Manager at Georgia Tech
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Subject: Electrical Engineering

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What is a Semiconductor and what are its growing limitations.

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A Semiconductor is any substance that can conduct any form of electricity under some conditions which allows it to be a good medium to control electrical current. You will find semiconductors in most electronics you use daily albeit in very different forms. The current concerns are around Moore's Law that transistor density will double every two years. However, the ability to shrink integrated circuits( the most common semiconductor) has become a limiting factor due to the physical limitations on how individual electrons move on conductors.

Subject: US History

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How would you describe how the United States got involved with World War 1 and why?

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After Germany's violation of using U-boats during the War against the Allies and inciting Mexico to join the war as a pressure point to the United States, President Wilson moved The US Senate to declare war on Germany and its Allies on December 7, 1917.

Subject: Entrepreneurship

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What is a sustainable model for developing a Minimum Viable Product? Please list your steps and how you got there. You can refer to real-life examples to further augment your statements.

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The most sustainable model to develop a minimum viable project is to go through customer discovery, customer relationship, and value proposition. You will start with Customer Discovery by conducting interviews. The minimum number of interviews will be around 50 marks so that you can develop a strong understanding of your market and also develop insights based on your segment. You will then develop a value proposition that you will further test by asking interviewees about the multiple factors associated with the value proposition. The relationship between the two must fit before developing a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) From there based on your newly discovered insights, you will then ideate and prototype solutions that will then be further iterated with feedback from your customer's multiple phases.

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