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Tutor profile: Rikki C.

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Rikki C.
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Subject: LSAT

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Question:

Six runners–N,O,P,Q,R, and S–run in two separate 100-meter heats. There are no ties. The same runner who finishes second in Heat 1 finishes fifth in Heat 2. P finishes third in both heats. Q finishes sixth in Heat 1. N finishes fourth or lower in both heats. Which of the following could be the possible order of the first heat: A. R,N,P,O,S,Q B. S,R,P,N,Q,O C. O,S,P,N,R,Q D. S,R,N,P,Q,O E. S,N,P,O,Q,R

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Answer:

The answer is C. (O,S,P,N,R,Q) because Q finishes sixth in heat 1, which narrows it down to A and C. N finishes fourth or lower, which means that C. is the only other option because in A. N finishes second.

Subject: Law

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What does the rehabilitation model of punishment focus on?

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The purpose of rehabilitation in the theory of punishment is to address the issue that led to the crime in question and remedy that by providing treatment in training to the individual so that they are more capable to live a law abiding life in the future.

Subject: Criminal Justice

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What are the three main components of the criminal justice system?

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The three main components of the criminal justice system are as follows: Law Enforcement Courts Corrections

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