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Tutor profile: Lucas A.

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Lucas A.
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Subject: Study Skills

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What is the optimal amount of time to study one subject before taking a break?

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Answer:

Studies have shown that 35-45 minutes is the maximum amount of time you can take in new information or recall old information before the time spent becomes ineffective. Take a break after this period of time for 10-15 minutes to let yourself process what you learned or reviewed.

Subject: US History

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What is the significance of "specie circular"?

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The special circular was an executive order at the end of Andrew Jackson's term that required government land be bought in gold or silver rather than paper currency. It's important because it was a major factor in the Panic of 1837, the largest economic crisis at that point, which sunk the Van Buren presidency. It also demonstrates the power a single act can have on the long-term health of the country.

Subject: Government

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Give at least one example of each of the following: -A function that is exclusively done at the federal level -A function that is exclusively done at the state level -A function that mixed between state and federal government

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1. Ex. printing money 2. Ex. conducting elections 3. Ex. building roads

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