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Mariliz C.
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Writing
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Question:

After interviewing your peer, assemble a narrative report based on your notes.

Mariliz C.
Answer:

Excerpts: "On a hot summer day, arriving at a crisp classroom was a treat. In this spacious classroom, every sound either echoes or is lost behind the rattling of the air conditioner. The strong overhead fluorescent lights shine bright, against the meek terracotta tiles underneath my feet. The unpleasantly bare walls a beige color. Small desks scatter the room in no particular order. I chose my seat and braced myself for what is to come. After a few classes of light-hearted conversations and opinion based assignments, we would be starting the first of four essays. Being out of school for six years only exacerbates the anxieties of competing with fresh minds. I paired off with a young Latina..."

Basic Math
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Question:

Two angles of a triangle measure 20 degrees and 100 degrees. How many degrees is the third angle?

Mariliz C.
Answer:

The sum of all angles of any triangle must be 180 degrees. First, we add the two given angles. 20+100=120 Next, we subtract the sum of two given angles from the total sum of the triangle. 180-120=60 The third angle of the described triangle is 60 degrees.

Chemistry
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Question:

Which of the following compounds will be soluble in Benzene (CH)6? a. CsF b. C10H8 c. C2H6O d. NH3

Mariliz C.
Answer:

C10H8 is soluble in Benzene. The reason is the solvent, Benzene, is a nonpolar compound. The solute C10H8, or Naphthalene, is a nonpolar compound. Nonpolar molecules are soluble in nonpolar solvents.

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