Tutor profile: Kristen M.
Subject: Library and Information Science
When researching a scholarly topic, is searching Google the best place to find all your information?
While searching with the popular search engine Google is a good way to start a broad search on a topic, especially a topic one is not familiar with, is should not be the main source of information when doing scholarly research. Databases, especially ones that are accessible at through a university library system will yield better and more focused information otherwise found using the Google search engine. Databases offered through the university have Thesauri and other tools to help find information and pinpoint certain topics which will lead to rich useful information one is not able to find through Google.
What are the five rules of algebra?
There are three laws that govern the five rules of Algebra, which are the the Commutative, Associative, and Distributive Laws. So the 5 rules are: 1) Commutative rule of addition 2) Commutative rule of multiplication 3) Associative rule of addition 4) Associative rule of multiplication 5) Distributive of multiplication
What is the best way to explain ethnocentricity?
When a research looks at a study without taking out their own personal cultural beliefs.
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