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Tutor profile: Meredith W.

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Meredith W.
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Subject: Writing

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What does the AP Stylebook recommend in terms of abbreviations?

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Answer:

The AP Stylebook recommends only using widely known acronyms. On first reference, use the full terminology without the acronym. On the second reference, you can just use the acronym. Ex. The National Retail Federation announced its latest membership insights today. NRF undertook steps to grow its membership in the calendar year.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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I am trying to do research on venture capital (VC) trends in the U.S. and the E.U. Where should I start my search?

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I would utilize news outlets like Crunchbase which frequently cover trends in investment activity (see example article). I would also turn to the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA) as they publish sector insights. CB Insights, a market research firm, also frequently has VC reports available for free.

Subject: US History

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What is the definition of manifest destiny? What would be one example of manifest destiny.

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Manifest destiny is the idea that the United States is destined by God to expand its territories. Manifest destiny was used to justify the expansion of the U.S. towards the West Coast. The purchase of Alaska after the Civil War would be one example of manifest destiny in U.S. history.

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