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Tutor profile: Amanda G.

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Amanda G.
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Subject: College Admissions

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Does your chosen college give standard or rolling admission letters? What scholarships do you qualify for? When are scholarship due dates? What is the difference between early and normal admissions? What has preferred admission?

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Answers are dependence on the school of choice.

Subject: ACT

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Pick the sentence with the correct punctuation and grammar: a. My little sister, Allysa, brought me her notebook to use. b. My little sister Allysa brought me her notebook to use. c. My little sister, Allysa, brought she her notebook to use. d. My little sister Allysa bringt me she notebook to use.

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Answer:

The answer to the above question is A. The reason is that, first, her younger sister's name needs to be offset by commas because it is additional information. Second, "me" and "my little sister" needs to be in agreement with each other.

Subject: Algebra

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If f(x)=3X^3-7X+5 then what is f(-1)?

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f(-1) is the standard notation for plugging -1 in for x in the original formula. Plugging -1 in for the first x will give you -27. For the second X -7. Plugging those in, your final answer will be 25.

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