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Tutor profile: Harrison G.

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Harrison G.
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Subject: French

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How do you conjugate the verb etre?

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Answer:

You follow the basic form of conjugation with the verb etre as follows: etre-to be je suis nous sommes tu es vous etes il/elle/on est ils/elles/ons sont

Subject: Chemistry

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What is an ionic bond?

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An ionic bond is a type of chemical bond between two or more ions. This bond implies the atoms are transferring electrons between one another. When an electron is transferred from one ion to another, one atom gains charge while the other one loses charge.

Subject: Calculus

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How would you find the derivative of 3x^2+4x+c?

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In order to find the derivative of a function, you must follow some basic algebraic steps to get to your final answer. Given the function 3x^2+4x+c, you can derive each part of the function separately. First, derive 3x^2 by taking the power and multiplying by the coefficient and subtracting one from the power. You should get, 6x. Repeat this with the remaining parts to get your final answer of 6x+4.

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