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Tutor profile: Bobbi T.

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Bobbi T.
Recent Northwestern University Graduate in Math and Sociology
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Subject: German

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Question:

When do you use the imperfect tense in German?

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Answer:

The imperfect tense in German is used when referencing the past. This can be used when describing a previous event, emotion, or something that regularly happened in the past. The imperfect tense is most commonly used when writing (perfect tense is used for speaking). Ex. English: "I was very excited when I adopted my dog" Imperfect Tense: "Ich war sehr aufgeregt, als ich meinen Hund adoptierte"

Subject: Sociology

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How does the structural functionalism differ from conflict theory?

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Structural functionalism emphasizes the social aspect of society and theorizes that every person / organization / institution works in conjunction with one another. Conflict theory is instead based on the assumption that people / organizations / institutions are at odds with one another and it is through these conflicts that society progresses.

Subject: Algebra

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Question:

Solve the equation for x: -8(2x+5)=4x

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Answer:

Distribute the -8: -16x - 40 = 4x Combine the x's: -40 = 20x Divide by 20 to get the x alone: -2 = x Answer: x = -2

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