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Tutor profile: Ignacio S.

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Ignacio S.
Business and Digital Librarian/Professional with 13 years of experience
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Subject: R Programming

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What are the three components of white noise model ?

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Ignacio S.
Answer:

The three components are: A fixed constant mean A fixed constant variance No correlation over time

Subject: Spanish

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Cual es la diferencia entre estas oraciones? Sé que va a comer. Sé qué va a comer.

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La primera oracion "Se que va a comer" nos afirma que la persona va a comer. La segunda oracion nos afirma que uno sabe lo que la persona va a comer.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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How would you apply the term Information Literacy to the everyday online research conducted in life or for research? How does this pertain to the term "Fake News?"

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Information Literacy is defined is the ability to identify, find, evaluate, and use information effectively. Information or resources found online must be evaluated, as not only credibly and reliable but also be evaluated for biases. Therefore when doing research it is important to keep in mind that a particular website might be heavily biased by the published, editor or writer. Lastly, as the term "Fake News" would apply it associates with the necessary research that is required in evaluating the website, resources, citations, and personal biases of web author.

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