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Tutor profile: Amber L.

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Amber L.
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

What is a thesis statement and where is it located in a piece of writing.?

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Answer:

A thesis statement will summarize the main point, claim, or opinion of the paper. It is usually located toward the end of the opening paragraph. The author should spend the rest of the paper defending, expanding, and providing detail on the thesis statement.

Subject: Basic Math

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Question:

For a party, the caterer ordered 300 cases of diet coke. Then, Ms. Luckey asked the caterer to order another 150 cases of diet coke. How many cases of diet coke have been ordered for the party? You may draw a model to help you. Please show your and explain how you got your answer.

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Answer:

First there were 300 cases of diet coke. There are 150 more cases of diet coke. I need to know how many in all? This is an addition problem because I am adding MORE. 300+150=_________ The answer is 450.

Subject: English

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Question:

Describe the difference between a simile and a metaphor.

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Answer:

Both similes and metaphors are used to form a comparison. Similes always use the word like. An example of a simile would be "life is like a box of chocolates." Metaphors do not use the word like, but rather use a direction comparison. The simile example could be written as a metaphor by removing the word like. "Life is a box of chocolates."

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