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Writing
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Question:

How do I take multiple sources and create an outline to use to write a well thought out and structured 5 paragraph paper?

Alisa L.
Answer:

You begin by creating a key word outline for each source based on what is interesting or important to you abou that topic. A keyword outline is simply using 3 words and unlimited symbols to represent an idea or thought from something you have read in order to retell it later in your own words. You create 3 body paragraphs using the keyword outlines for 3 topics and then write a conclusion. After the conclusion is written you write your introduction. Every paragraph should have a topic senate and a clincher that reflects or repeats the 2-3 keywords from the topic sentence. The conclusion should repeat your three topics and have a final clincher. Use the final clincher to title your paper. The introduction should be written last and include a brief statement about each of your topics and any relevant background information

Basic Math
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Question:

How do you multiple fractions?

Alisa L.
Answer:

You simply multiple the numerators and denominators to determine the product or answer. If needed you can reduce the answer by dividing both the numerator and denominator by a common factor. A common factor is a number that evenly divides into the numerator and denominator.

English
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Question:

What are the jobs of a noun in a sentence and how do you identify and parse or diagram each?

Alisa L.
Answer:

The jobs of a noun include: subject, possessive noun adjective, indirect object, direct object, object of the preposition, predicate nominative, object compliment noun, noun of direct address and appositive. Each job has specific questions to ask in order to identify the usage and each job has a specific way to diagram it.

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