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Mackenzie R.
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Writing
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Question:

In what case is it appropriate to use a semi-colon?

Mackenzie R.
Answer:

A semi-colon is correctly used when the sentence fragments coming both before and after the semi-colon are 'independent sentences,' meaning they can stand alone without any additional words. A semi-colon is also used correctly in long lists.

Biology
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Question:

What structures can be found on the Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum but not on the Smooth E.R.?

Mackenzie R.
Answer:

Ribosomes are on the Rough E.R., hence their name. Smooth ER on the other hand lacks these ribosomes and instead is more involved with smooth fats.

Algebra
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Question:

What strategy would you utilize to solve (3x + 2)(2x + 1) ?

Mackenzie R.
Answer:

To solve this problem, what you'll need to remember is to first individually multiply 3x times 2x and 1, and then separately multiply 2 by 2x and 1, and then add these together (*remember to group the similar numbers). i.e. 3x(2x) = 6x^2 3x(1) = 3x 2(2x) = 4x 2(1) = 2 Then, add these together: (*notice 3x and 4x can be combined to 7x) End Answer: 6x^2 + 7x + 2

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