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# Tutor profile: Julian C.

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Julian C.
Math and Mechanical Engineering Double Major at University
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## Questions

### Subject:SAT

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Question:

How should the word in parentheses be edited in order to make the following sentence make the most sense? Rwandan conservationist Edwin Sabuhoro is taking a new approach to wildlife poaching prevention: luring poachers away from crime by (trained) them to become farmers.

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Answer:

Instead of using trained, it would make more sense to say 'training' because it follows the parallel structure of other verbs in the sentence like 'poaching' and 'luring'

### Subject:Geometry

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If two angles of a triangle are 37 degrees and 63 degrees, is the triangle acute, obtuse or right?

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Answer:

Because all three angles of a triangle always add up to 180, we can solve for the third angle to determine what kind of triangle we're dealing with. 180 - 37 - 63 = 80 degrees. The 37, 63 and 80 degree angles are all acute angles and so therefore the triangle is acute.

### Subject:Calculus

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What is the integral of 3/x^4 with respect to x?

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Answer:

In order to find the integral of 3/x^4, we can make use of the power rule by rewriting the equation as 3x^-4. The power rule states that the integral of x^n is (1/(n+1))*x^(n+1), so in this case we would have (1/(-4+1))*x^(-4+1), which simplifies to (-1/3)x^-3, which can be rewritten as -1/(3x^3)

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