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Tutor profile: Catherine F.

Catherine F.
Pharma Industry Professional

Questions

Subject: Writing

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Question:

What is a topic sentence?

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Answer:

A topic sentence is used to express the main idea of a paragraph and usually states a definitive opinion or idea. It helps provide the reader with an understanding of what the paragraph is going to be about and is thus usually found at the beginning of a paragraph.

Subject: Basic Math

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Question:

Two angles of a triangle measure 20 degrees and 80 degrees. What is the measure for the 3rd angle?

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Answer:

The measure for the 3rd angle would be 80 degrees. Remember that all the angles in a triangle add up to 180 degrees. Thus, if you are given the degrees for two angles, you can easily figure out what the 3rd angle is by substracting the sum of the two angles from 180 degrees. In this case, both angles add up to 100 degrees (20+80=100). Then we subtract it from the total 180 degrees, giving us our answer of 80 degrees (180-100=80).

Subject: English

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Question:

What is the difference between your and you're?

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Answer:

'Your' is possessive, meaning that something belongs to you. For example, "Is this your phone?" 'You're' is a contraction, or a combination of words. In this case, 'you' and 'are.' An easy way to remember it is a contraction is because of the apostrophe. Another way to tell these two words apart is to use them in a sentence. For example, 'Your hair is brown.' This makes sense, but 'you are hair is brown' would not.

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