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Tutor profile: Rawan A.

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Rawan A.
English & Biology major at University of Virginia
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Subject: Literature

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When a poet references another literary work in a poem, this is an example of.. e.g. (excerpt from Alexander Pope's 'The Rape of the Lock'): “Not fierce Othello in so loud a strain Roared for the handkerchief that caused his pain.” a. hyperbole b. apostrophe c. allusion d. personification

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c. allusion

Subject: English

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How should you perform a close reading analysis of a passage?

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First do a quick read through for comprehension, and then underline any key words or phrases that stand out to you based on any background information you know about the text. Then, annotate the text with any comments or questions you have pertaining to the passage. Since this is a close reading of a passage, you always want to focus on the specific (specific words, literary techniques, dialogue, etc.) aspects of the text, before generalizing and relating the features seen in the passage to the entire text.

Subject: Statistics

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What are the three conditions to use a one-way ANOVA (analysis of variance) statistical test?

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1) The populations must be independent and simple random samples 2) The populations must have the same standard deviation 3) The populations must all be normally distributed

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