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Tutor profile: Ember S.

Ember S.
Childcare worker for 5+ years back after school hiatus!

Questions

Subject: Writing

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Question:

With most essays, a good paragraph has roughly 4 parts, including: A. Providing evidence/quote supporting your point B. Linking current paragraph and point to the following paragraph C. Making a clear point D. Explaining how your point is supported by evidence In what order is it recommended that you incorporate these 4 parts into a single paragraph?

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Answer:

C, A, D, B 1. Make point 2. Provide evidence/quote 3. Explain evidence 4. Link current point to next paragraph (Tip: use acronym "PEEL" to remember "point, evidence, explain, link")

Subject: Basic Math

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Question:

If Abby brought 15 sandwiches on her field trip to share with her friends and gave each of her 3 friends one sandwich before eating 2 herself and giving one to a classmate who forgot their lunch. How many sandwiches does Abby have left by the end of the trip?

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Answer:

15 sandwiches - (3 friends x 1 sandwich) - 2 sandwiches - 1 sandwich 15 - (3 x 1) - 2 -1 = 15 - 3 - 2 - 1 = 15 - 3 - 3 = 15 - 6 = 9 Abby has 9 sandwiches left

Subject: 2D Design

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Question:

Which of the following is NOT a method used to direct the viewer's eye around a piece of art and to the focal point(s) of a 2D design? A. Leading Lines B. Tangents C. Color Variation D. Contrast Levels

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Answer:

B. Tangents This is the phenomenon of one or more components of a composition lining up in an unnatural way that often breaks the illusion of perspective. Tangents grab the attention of the viewer and stop their eye from traveling between the intended focal points (i.e. a character in the foreground is wearing a dress where the hemline perfectly aligns with the horizon line in the distance and the lines appear as one shape at first glance which may cause confusion).

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