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Tutor profile: Antonio H.

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Antonio H.
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Subject: World History

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Why did Louis XIV maintain such a large court at Versailles?

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Answer:

Louis XIV believed he could better monitor potential threats by keeping as many nobles as close as possible. He hosted elaborate parties and encouraged gambling as a way to keep as many nobles as possible content with remaining at Versailles.

Subject: US History

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What was the significance of the Battle of Saratoga?

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The Colonial victory at the Battle of Saratoga was significant because it convinced the French that the Colonists could fight with the British. The French began to supply the Colonists with weapons, material, and most importantly, naval support. Without this much needed aid, the colonists would have likely lost the revolution.

Subject: Algebra

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How do you find the slope of a line using the slope intercept form?

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The slope intercept form of an equation is y=mx+b. In this form, m represents the slope of the line. The equation may be in a different form, but all you have to do is convert the equation to the slope intercept form and use m.

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