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Tutor profile: Sowmya R.

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Sowmya R.
Tutor for 5 years, current medical student
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Subject: MCAT

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Question:

Describe the flow of blood through the chambers of the heart.

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Answer:

1) body –> 2) inferior/superior vena cava –> 3) right atrium –> 4) tricuspid valve –> 5) right ventricle –> 6) pulmonary arteries –> 7) lungs –> 8) pulmonary veins –> 9) left atrium –> 10) mitral or bicuspid valve –> 11) left ventricle –> 12) aortic valve –> 13) aorta –> 14) body.

Subject: Basic Math

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What is the difference between LCM and GCF?

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Answer:

The Greatest Common Factor (also known as GCF) is the largest number that divides evenly into each number in a given set of numbers. The Least Common Multiple (also known as LCM) is the smallest positive multiple that is common to two or more numbers.

Subject: Anatomy

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Describe embryologically why the upper limbs and lower limbs have opposing flexor and extensor compartments in the body. Why are the flexors and extensors on opposing anterior and posterior compartments?

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Answer:

o Limbs will rotate in opposite directions o Upper limb will rotate 90 degrees laterally (thumb is out laterally) = extensor muscles are posterior compartment o Lower limb will rotate 90 degrees medially (big toe is medial) = extensor muscles are in the anterior compartment

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