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Tutor profile: Lincy J.

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Subject: Basic Math

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9 is what percent of 36?

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36 * X / 100 = 9 X = 9 * 100/36 = 25

Subject: Psychology

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What does it mean to be self-actualized?

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It is a continuous process of realizing our own unique potential. The theory proposes the famous hierarchy of needs, according to Maslow self-actualization sits at the top of all of our motivations. It’s also important to realize that there is no one state of “perfection” that characterizes self-actualization but, instead, each of us has our own idiosyncratic way of achieving inner fulfillment.

Subject: Physics

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Could electronic devices charge themselves without being plugged into an electricity source?

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Yes, electronic devices can charge their batteries through various methods without being plugged into a source of energy. What all the different methods have in common is that they absorb energy that is in some other form (heat, light, vibrations, radio waves, etc.) from the external environment and then convert the energy into electrochemical energy that is stored in the device's batteries.

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