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# Tutor profile: Deepak B.

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## Questions

### Subject:Basic Math

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15 is what percent of 60?

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Deepak B.

Suppose 15 is x percent of 60. 15=x% of 60 15=x/100X 60 15/60=x/100 1/4=×/100 100/4=× 25=× ×=25 Ans. 15 is 25 percent of 60. Shortcut: we know 15 is 1/4 th of 60 and 25 is 1/4 of hundred. Hence 15 is 25 percent of 100.

### Subject:Biology

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Why mitochondria is known as the powerhouse of the cell?.

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Mitochondria are tiny organelles inside cells that are involved in releasing energy from food. This process is known as cellular respiration. It is for this reason that mitochondria are often referred to as the powerhouses of the cell.

### Subject:Dentistry and Pre-Dentistry

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what is the difference between concrescence and gemination

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Concrescence involves fusion of cementum only. Twinning is more complete than gemination and results in the formation of two separate teeth from one tooth bud (one extra tooth in the arch). In gemination, separation is attempted, but the two teeth share the same root canal.

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