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Tutor profile: Chevasia H.

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Chevasia H.
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

Correct the errors in the text below to form a full statement: The colonists don't like King George. He charge them money for everything. The colonists don't want to pay money.

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Chevasia H.
Answer:

King George routinely taxed the colonists on multiple goods such as tea, stamps, and other print items. The colonists believed that they were being taxed unjustly because they were not represented by the British government, although the colonists were required to continue to pay taxes to the British government.

Subject: Study Skills

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When completing a multiple choice exam, which of these two study methods are beneficial? A. annotating the question to underline key words or write notes about what you know about the question. Or B. performing the process of elimination to focus on which answer is the most correct.

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Answer:

Both of these methods are helpful to use on a Multiple Choice exam! It's important to note that if you choose to annotate your questions (which you should) you are keeping track of how much time you have left to complete the exam and ensure you can answer every question.

Subject: US History

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Define the Proclamation of 1763.

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Chevasia H.
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The Proclamation of 1763 was a royal decree issued by King George III which stated that no British settlers were able to settle West of the Appalachian Mountains.

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