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# Tutor profile: Vishal P.

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Vishal P.
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Student at UC Berkeley
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## Questions

### Subject:Spanish

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Con el preterito, imperfects, y otros tipos de gramática, habla sobre su fin de semana. (With various spanish past tenses and other forms of grammar, talk about your weekend)

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Durante mi fin de semana, he visto la película de Frozen con mi familia. También durante este período de aislamiento, en el Sábado comí enchiladas sabrosas con mi familia. Finalmente, yo han estado estudiando por mis exámenes finales. ¡Bueno! (During the weekend, I watched frozen with my family. I also ate tasty enchiladas with my family on saturday during this period of isolation. Finally, I have been studying for my final exams. Yay!)

### Subject:Nutrition

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Answer the following question in five sentences or less. What is the best measurement that is a direct indicator of a person's fitness? What is the major factor that contributes to that indicator as a result of being fit?

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VO2 max is the best direct indicator of a person's fitness. The formula of the VO2 max takes into account of the heart rate, stroke volume, and O2 extraction. This major factor is characterized by the oxidative Metabolism and the Maximal Oxygen Consumption which is dependent on various functions of the skeletal muscles, lungs, blood , heart, brain, etc. The major factor that contributes to this indicator is the cardiac output which is shown by the blood leaving the ventricles.

### Subject:Pre-Calculus

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Calculate the limit as x--> 3 for the equation (x^2-4)/(x+2)(x-5)(x-6)

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Vishal P.

Factoring out the top of the equation we get (x+2)(x-2)/(x+2)(x-5)(x-6), from this we notice a whole at x = -2, so we can therefor cancel out the (x+2) from the numerator and the denominator for the sake of solving this limit. We would then have the limit as x--> 3 for the equation (x-2)/(x-5)(x-6). Plugging 3 into the equation, the answer would be 1/(-2*-3) = 1/6. Therfore the limit as x-->3 for the equation (x^2-4)/(x+2)(x-5)(x-6) is 1/6

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