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Tutor profile: Maddi L.

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Subject: Writing

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How do I structure an essay?

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Answer:

It depends on the essay! Narratives, reports, research papers, and other essays are all structured differently. But don't fear--they all have a step-by-step structure that is easy to follow.

Subject: US Government and Politics

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How does the Constitution balance the power in the legislative, judicial, and executive branches?

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The legislative branch requires a 2/3 vote in both the House and the Senate to pass a bill. The executive branch has the option to sign this bill or veto it. The executive branch also appoints judges to the Supreme Court, which the Senate reviews and can approve or deny the appointment. The judicial branch has tenure, which allows for the nonpartisan-ship of the judiciary.

Subject: Biology

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How does structure and function play into the overall functioning of a cell?

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Each part of a cell is highly specialized (structured) to maximize efficiency (functioning) of the cell. For example, the inner mitochondrial membrane of the mitochondria is greatly folded to maximize surface area in order to produce as much energy as possible.

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