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Tutor profile: Laura B.

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Laura B.
Music/Arts Major Hoping to Help Elementary Kids Navigate Through the COVID Craziness
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Subject: Microsoft Suite

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Question:

How would you begin creating a Table of Contents page?

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Answer:

In Microsoft Word, navigate to the References tab and locate the Table of Contents subsection. There, you can choose from several built-in Table of Contents templates or create a custom one yourself. Note that a Headings style must be chosen - from the Styles subsection of the Home tab in order for the application to recognize that a Table of Contents page is being generated.

Subject: Basic Math

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What is the ten thousandths place of the number 13.5298

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Answer:

8 (5 is the tenth space, 2 is the hundredth, 9 is the thousandth and 8 is the ten thousandth)

Subject: Music Theory

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How do I identify the key in a piece of music?

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Answer:

First assuming that a piece of music is written in a major key, the rules of key signatures are as follows: If a key signature contains no sharps or flats, the music is written in C major. If a key signature contains one flat (Bb), the music is written in F major. For key signatures with more than one flat, the key is the next to the last flat of the key signature. Example: if a key signature contains 4 flats (Bb, Eb, Ab, Db), the music is written in Ab major. For key signatures with one or more sharps, the key is the next letter up from the last sharp written. Example: if a key signature contains 4 sharps (F#, C#, G#, D#), the music is written in E major. *Note: to find the corresponding minor key to any major key, you'll count a minor third interval down from the major. Example: if a piece of music has a key signature of C major, the minor third down would be A minor.

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