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Tutor profile: Matthew L.

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Matthew L.
English Teacher, previous experience tutoring Middle and HS School Mathematics
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Subject: World History

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Describe the two countries most involved in "The Great Game" and the region over which "The Great Game" was played? If you do not know the name of the region, give one or more present-day countries in the area.

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Answer:

The Great Game was a competition between Great Britain and Russia to control Central and South Asia, especially in regions that are part of present day Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and many of the surrounding "Stans" (A helpful way to remember). This occurred in the mid-to-late 19th Century.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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What is a function of the Present Perfect Continuous tense?

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The Present Perfect Continuous Tense (Ex. I have been running forever!) is most often used to describe events which started in the past, and are going on in the immediate present.

Subject: Algebra

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When dividing exponents, what operation is used to modify the numerator exponent(s) in terms of the denominator exponent(s)?

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The correct answer is subtraction, the exponent(s) of the numerator will be subtracted from the exponents of the denominator. This gets more fun with multiple variables (Ex. x^3*y^2 / x^5*y^0) but similar principles apply.

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