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Tutor profile: Alexandria L.

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Alexandria L.
Last Semester Law Student, Two Years of Tutoring Experience
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

What should begin each paragraph of an essay?

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Alexandria L.
Answer:

A topic sentence should begin each paragraph of an essay. Topic sentences are incredibly important for organizing essays. Topic sentences are the first sentence of every paragraph and they tell the reader what the they should expect to read about in the paragraph.

Subject: Basic Math

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Annie was throwing a birthday party and wanted to invite one hundred people. She sent out RSVPs and asked people what flavor ice cream they wanted to that she could buy the exact amount of ice cream needed. Annie bought thirty-three chocolate ice cream bars, sixty strawberry shortcake bars, and seven push pops. What percentage of the ice cream bars that Annie bought were push pops?

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Answer:

Seven percent of the ice cream bars that Annie bought were push pops.

Subject: Law

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Question:

What are the two most common ways that law is created in the United States?

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The two most common ways that law is created in the United States are common law and statutory law. Common law is "judge-made" law. It is precedent that is passed down over time. Statutory law is created by legislatures. All criminal laws were statutorily created.

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