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Tutor profile: Julia E.

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Julia E.
College graduate with a degree in French
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Subject: French

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Question:

Translate the following phrase: Salut, Marie! Est-ce que tu préfères la glace vanille ou la glace chocolate?

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Translation: "Hello, Marie! Do you prefer vanilla ice cream or chocolate ice cream?" Key elements: pronoun 'tu', verb 'préfères', noun 'la glace', adjectives 'vanille' and 'chocolat'. The pronoun 'tu' means 'you', which in this case is Marie. The verb "préférer" means 'to prefer' and is conjugated as 'préfères' because it is a regular -er verb and in the tu form ends with -es. The noun 'la glace' is feminine and translates to 'ice cream'. The adjective 'vanilla' translates to 'vanilla' and the adjective 'chocolate' translates to chocolate. Because 'la glace' is feminine, 'chocolat' takes an e and becomes 'chocolate'.

Subject: Basic Math

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What is 6x4?

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Answer: 24 6x4 means that there are four 6s. This can be solved using a times table. This can also be solved by adding 6 together four times, like this: 6+6+6+6=24

Subject: Algebra

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If a=12 and c=14, solve for b using the pythagorean theorem. Give your answer to the nearest tenth.

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Answer: 7.2 First, recognize the pythagorean theorem (a^2+b^2=c^2). Then, plug in the values for a and for c, and solve for b. Round answer to the tenths place. a=12 c=14 12^2+b^2=14 b^2=52 sqrt(b)=7.21110... Answer: 7.2

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