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Tutor profile: Emili W.

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Emili W.
High School Science Teacher, Tutor for many years
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Subject: Forensic Science

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Question:

We have collected a blood sample from a crime scene. We want to know if it is the blood sample from the victim. When typing the blood you find that the blood clumps (coagulates) with anti-A serum and anti-Rh serum. The victim's blood type is B-. Is this the victim's blood?

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Answer:

No. This is an unknown sample, possibly a suspect sample. The victim's blood is A+.

Subject: Biology

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If we remove a mitochondria from a plant cell, what biological process would stop?

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Answer:

cellular respiration

Subject: Cognitive Science

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In many cases, observers may think that they have noticed every detail in a situation (car wreck, classroom fight, chaotic food court), but when questioned, they seem to have missed a very obvious detail because they were so focused on another detail. A wonderful example of this is the video with basketball players and a gorilla. While observers count the basketball passes, they completely miss a gorilla walk right through the court! What cognitive science phenomenon is this referring to?

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Answer:

Inattentional blindness

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