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Tutor profile: Castille A.

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Castille A.
BA Environmental Studies
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

In a persuasive paper, why is it important to acknowledge and talk about the other side of the argument?

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Castille A.
Answer:

You must address the opposing side of the argument in order to refute their claims. Essentially you are trying to convince someone that your way is the right way, so by acknowledging the argument on the opposing side, you are looking to acknowledge the people who have opposite views instead of just saying 'you're wrong.' It is also a way to show your knowledge on the issue or argument, which strengthens the side that you are arguing or persuading towards.

Subject: Earth Science

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What is a fossil record and what are three examples of fossil records? Include both what they might be preserved in and what the fossils might include.

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Answer:

A fossil record is documented life in remains or imprints of living things that are preserved in surface layer of Earth to determine evolution and life of a species or individual. Some examples of this include bones, shells, imprints in petrified wood, amber and DNA remnants.

Subject: Algebra

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Question:

4x+7=2x+1 Solve for x

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4x +6 = 2x 6 = -2x (-1) * 6 = 2x -6 = 2x -6/2 = x -3 = x

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