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Tutor profile: Reena S.

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Reena S.
Tutor for 6 years, Tutor-Mentor, Editor at Fiverr, Current Nursing Student, Aspiring Nurse
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Subject: Basic Math

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Question:

Solve the following linear equation: 2x + 5 = 14 How would you solve this?

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Answer:

First, we need to know what's given. Given: a linear equation, variable is in x, left and right side Left side: 2x + 5 Right side: 14 Secondly, now we can solve: Isolate to find x. 2x = 14-5 2x = 9 x = 9/2 (9 divided by 2) = 4.5 x = 4.5 Therefore, x = 4.5

Subject: Chemistry

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What are the products of a neutralization reaction? What kind of a reaction can this be categorized as?

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Firstly, the reactants in this reaction are an acid and base. The products are a salt (i.e. NaCl - sodium chloride) and water (H2O). Water is neutral, having a pH of 7, and salt is an inorganic compound that results from a neutralization reaction. Table salt, NaCl, is an example.

Subject: Anatomy

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What tendon in the human body is posterior to the heel and supports to calcaneus bone in the foot? What two names does this tendon have?

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The major tendon posterior to the heel and back of the foot is the Achilles or Calcaneal tendon (also known as "Achilles Heel"). If the tendon becomes inflammed and swollen, the individual could develop a type of fascitis or tendonitis.

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