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# Tutor profile: Alexandra L.

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Alexandra L.
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### Subject:Writing

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How is writing for a newspaper article different from writing a research paper?

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Alexandra L.

The main difference between newspaper articles and research papers are the order and the length. Newspaper articles are short and to-the-point. The most important information should be in the first two sentences, and the rest of the article should taper off in terms of important details. Research papers are long and thorough. The introduction sets up the topic, and the following paragraphs and sections address each pieces of evidence and how they fit together. The audience of a newspaper wants to get the most important information as quickly as possible. The audience of a research paper wants to read thorough facts and evidence with strong explanations.

### Subject:Pre-Algebra

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How do you know when to use a variable?

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Variables represent an unknown quantity in an equation. For example: x + 4 = 6 You can think of this equation in words as "What number plus 4 adds up to 6?" The answer to this question is your variable.

### Subject:English

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How do you use an appositive in a sentence?

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Alexandra L.

An appositive is a phrase separated by commas that rephrases, renames, or explains the noun or phrase immediately preceding it. For example: In works of fiction, characters face many challenges, or obstacles, that help them to grow and develop.

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