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Tutor profile: Lauren D.

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Lauren D.
English/Writing Tutor for 3 years, Experience with Anatomy and Physiology Tutoring, Doctor of Physical Therapy
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

Formulate an original thesis statement.

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The first part to any writing process is determining what it is you want to accomplish with your writing, i.e. what the paper will be discussing. The thesis statement should be substantial enough that your reader should have a basic understanding of the topic of your paper. It also helps you keep your writing more organized and collective throughout the process, as you should always write to support your assertion in the thesis. It is usually a very direct statement near the end of the introductory paragraph following background information that gives the reader context. Traditionally it is a single sentence, however can be multiple sentences when addressing complex issues or for longer research papers. For example: People of lower class are more likely to give back to the people around them while people of higher class tend to be more concerned with their own wealth. The materialistic attitude of those who are of high socioeconomic status fades into more prosocial and community oriented values the farther one moves down the ladder of social class. This thesis happens to be two sentences, but it gives the reader an adequate understanding of what points the writer will be making with their supporting evidence.

Subject: Biology

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Which of the following is unique of a eukaryotic organism? a. cell wall b. DNA c. Nucleus d. RNA

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Answer: c The major difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotic organisms is the fact that eukaryotic cells contain membrane bound organelles such as a nucleus, mitochondria, and endoplasmic reticulum. Prokaryotic cells contain a nucleoid region which contains clusters of DNA, however they not bound by a membrane.

Subject: Anatomy

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Which of the following structures is supplied by the median nerve? a. pronator teres b. flexor carpi ulnaris c. extensor carpi unlnaris d. flexor pollicis longus e. both a and d

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Answer: both a and d It is easiest to remember nerve supply in the forearm by first recognizing which muscles belong to either the anterior or posterior compartment of the forearm, then which nerve predominately innervates each. Also having knowledge of muscle locations in relation to each other assists in learning innervation. The median nerve supplies all muscles in the anterior compartment of the forearm, EXCEPT the the flexor carpi ulnaris and the ulnar half of the flexor digitorum profundus-these are supplied by the ulnar nerve. The pronator teres muscle is supplied directly from a muscular branch of the median nerve. This branch also supplies the flexor carpi radialis, palmaris longus, and flexor digitorum superficialis. The flexor pollicis longus muscle is innervated by the anterior interosseous nerve, a branch of the median nerve. The extensor carpi ulnaris muscle is part of the posterior compartment of the forearm, in which all muscles are supplied by the radial nerve.

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