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Tutor profile: Carly M.

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Carly M.
Tutor for three years in study skills, social sciences & writing
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Subject:Writing

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A student is asked to write an academic research paper about 1,500 words long. This is the first time they have had to do their own research and write a formal paper this long. They feel overwhelmed because they have no idea where to start. How could a tutor help them tackle this essay?

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Subject:Study Skills

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A student is in a class where all of the tests are multiple choice. They have done poorly on the tests they have already taken because they have a difficult time distinguishing the correct answer when the possible answers are similar (Ex. "Answers A and B are correct", "Answers B and C are correct", "Answers A and C are correct") and often leave questions blank because they run out of time. What are some techniques that may help the student improve their scores?

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Subject:Economics

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If the prices of two goods increase by the same percentage, how can we determine which good has the higher price elasticity of demand? What determines the price elasticity of demand?

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The good with the higher price elasticity of demand is the good which experiences the larger fall in quantity demanded (Qd). For example, if the prices of Good A and Good B both increase by 10%, but the Qd of Good A falls more than the Qd of Good B falls, then Good A has a higher price elasticity of demand. The determinants of price elasticity (i.e. the reasons why Good A is more elastic than Good B) include: how many close substitutes for a good are available, whether the good is a necessity or a luxury, how broadly the good is defined (is it a broad category like 'bread', or a narrow one like 'multigrain bread'), and whether we are considering elasticity in the long or the short run.

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