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# Tutor profile: Tim C.

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Tim C.
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## Questions

### Subject:SAT

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If a is an odd integer and b is an even integer, which of the following is an odd integer? A. 3b B. a+3 C. 2(a+b) D. a+2b E. 2a+b

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The answer is D. A cannot be right because an even integer times an integer will give an even integer. B cannot be right because two odd integers added together will give us an even integer. C cannot be right because 2 times an integer gives an even integer. D is correct because 2b must be even, so adding the odd integer a will give us an odd integer. E cannot be right because 2a must be even, so adding the even integer b gives us an even integer. You can test this by making a=1 and b=2 and plugging those values into each choice to see which one comes out odd. It might be faster just to do that from the beginning.

### Subject:French

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Name several ways to convert the following statement into a question in French: "Vous comprenez très bien le français canadien."

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1. Est-ce que vous comprenez très bien le français canadien? 2. Comprenez-vous très bien le français canadien? 3. Vous comprenez très bien le français canadien, n'est-ce pas? 4. Vous comprenez très bien le français canadien? (Using voice inflection.)

### Subject:Law

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Denise and Peter are enjoying a few drinks at their favorite bar. After having a few too many, Denise writes on a cocktail napkin "I promise to sell my car to Peter for \$25." and both sign it. Is this a legally binding contract? Analyze why or why not.

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The contract is probably not binding for numerous reasons. In favor of enforceability, there is a mutual manifestation of assent (offer and acceptance) because both parties signed the contract, even though it isn't traditional to make a contract on a napkin. There is consideration on both sides, the promise to sell the car and the payment of \$25. However, the contract lacks specificity as to when the sale is to take place or the specific car to be sold. But even more importantly, a reasonable person would not likely conclude that Peter thought the contract was serious; it was a joke. Depending on how much Denise had to drink, she may have lacked the capacity to enter into a binding contract.

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