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# Tutor profile: Kasie C.

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Kasie C.
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### Subject:Psychology

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Give a real-life example of Pavlov's Theory of Classical Conditioning.

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Every day for 6 months, before my friend drove me home from softball practice, I would wait for her to unlock the car door since the car does not have automatic locks. I became conditioned to wait to get the reward of sitting in the car and getting a ride home. One day, when my friend switched to a car that automatic locks, I still stood outside of the car waiting for her to unlock the door, even though it was already unlocked. I had been classically conditioned to wait for an unlocked door when I did not need to.

### Subject:Biology

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Cellular movement using microtubules is often linear, rapid, and targeted. Explain why the process of diffusion does not apply to this type of movement. What are the basic needs for a cell to have this type of linear, rapid, targeted movement?

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The process of diffusion is slow and occurs when a substance travels from a high concentration to a low concentration through some sort of membrane. Cells that have a linear, rapid and targeted movement need some sort of microtubule track, such as microfilaments. They also need a chemical signal from the target, possibly a bacteria invader, and need mechanical energy in the form of ATP.

### Subject:Algebra

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Sally has \$8.40. Emily has twice as much money as Sally. If Jennie has 5 times the amount of money as Emily, how much money does Jennie have?

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First, determine the amount of money that Emily has by doubling the amount of money Sally owns. 8.40*2=16.80. Next, determine the amount of money Jennie has by multiplying Emily's known amount by five. 16.80*5=84.00. Jennie has \$84.00

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