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Tutor profile: Hannah H.

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Hannah H.
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

Correct the following sentences of any grammatical errors or misspellings: I forgot the anser to the last question! I hope it doesn't effect my grade to much.

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Answer:

I forgot the answer to the last question! I hope it doesn't affect my grade too much.

Subject: Environmental Science

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Dead zones refer to regions of hypoxia in oceans and coastal zones such as estuaries. In the United States, there is a large dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico. What causes dead zones and what is main the source of the problem for the Gulf of Mexico's dead zone?

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Answer:

Dead zones are caused by excess nutrients, usually phosphorus and nitrogen, that cause algal blooms. These algal blooms create hypoxic (low or no oxygen) conditions by blocking sunlight and, in death and decomposition, depleting oxygen (microorganisms decompose the algae, requiring excessive amounts of oxygen, thereby depleting the system of it). In the Gulf of Mexico, the main source of excess nutrients creating the dead zone come from agricultural fertilization

Subject: Government

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Question:

In the U.S. government, who is next in the line of succession after the Vice President?

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Answer:

The Speaker of the House

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