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Tutor profile: Trisha C.

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Subject: Spanish

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What is the difference between preterite and imperfect past tense?

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Answer:

Preterite is often used for past actions that have been completed, whereas imperfect is used when a past action is habitual or there is no concrete time of when an action has ended. ie. Preterite: Comí un pieza de pan esta mañana. Imperfect: Comía en una pensamiento por muchos días.

Subject: Basic Math

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What is PEDMAS?

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PEDMAS is the order of which we solve an equation when an equation contains multiple operation. Each letter in PEDMAS represents an operation and is what is done first when solving an equation. P = parenthesis, E= exponents, D=division, M=multiplication, A=addition, S=subtraction.

Subject: Biology

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What is the importance of the semiconservation in DNA replication?

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It shows how DNA is replicated. Each DNA is composed of two strands, which acts as templates when synthesizing new strands. Therefore, when one strand becomes two strands, each strand contains one of the original strands and a newly synthesized strand.

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