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# Tutor profile: Keltan C.

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### Subject:Study Skills

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ADHD can make studying a challenge. What is the best way for me to focus on taking good notes while reading my textbook?

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### Subject:Basic Math

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If Emory has three fresh-baked apple pies, and 14 hungry friends, how many pieces will Emory need to cut each pie into to feed all of his friends (and himself) two slices each? Assume that all pies are of equal size, and that each slice will be the same size.

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There are 3 apple pies, and 15 hungry people who want two slices each. If each person eats 2 slices of pie, that will be: 15x2=30 total slices of pie. We have three pies, so each pie will need to be cut into 30/3=10/1=10 slices each. So each pie will need to be cut into 10 pieces to ensure each person gets two slices of pie.

### Subject:Cognitive Science

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What causes phantom limb pain, and how is it treated?

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Phantom limb pain, a primary symptom of phantom limb syndrome, occurs when a patient experiences pain in a limb that is not physically present. This syndrome is most commonly observed in amputees, with more than 80% experiencing phantom limb sensations post-amputation. Phantom limb pain is a subset of all phantom limb sensations, where those sensations consist of disturbing feelings such as burning, twisting, or clenching in the missing limb. Phantom limb pain is thought to be due to problems in the primary somatosensory cortex, which processes pain and temperature information sent by the rest of the body. Phantom limb pain is thought to be a result of the reorganization of the somatosensory cortex post-amputation, as nearby areas of the cortex take over processing sensory input from the phantom limb. Phantom limb pain is a complex syndrome with no standard treatment, but several techniques have consistently provided some relief. Most well known among these treatments is mirror therapy, where an amputee's intact limb is reflected into a box to provide the illusion of an intact limb in place of the amputated one. This therapy can trick the somatosensory cortex into believing that the sensations being received from the intact limb are in fact coming from the amputated one, thereby relieving the intense pain of a tightly clenched phantom limb.

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