Tutor profile: Devon H.
What are essential components of a strong argument?
A strong argument first requires a clear statement of the position the writer is taking. A description of the concepts relevant to understanding the argument should be included if necessary, then followed by at least one example to provide context. This should then be related back to the initial statement with a simple explanation to tie together the supporting evidence in a concise manner.
What are the three systems of memory and how is information processed through them?
The three systems of memory are sensory, short-term memory, and long-term memory. Sensory memory refers to the brief retention of the impressions of stimuli that has the opportunity to be transferred to short-term memory if attended to, which then has the potential to be encoded into long-term memory. When information is being retrieved, it returns to short-term memory.
Provide an example of comparative advantage.
Company X is able to produce watches at a cost of $5 per unit, whereas company Y produces watches at $7 per unit. Company X has the comparative advantage in this scenario.
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