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Tutor profile: Alicia L.

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Alicia L.
Educator and Tutor for 10+ years, familiar with online platforms and video chat class format
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Subject: Writing

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When writing an informative essay, what is the proper format and tone?

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Answer:

Informative style focuses on detail and description, and should have a formal tone and subtitled format. APA guidelines can be consulted for reference and citation organization.

Subject: Biology

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How is glucose important to the function of a cell?

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Glucose is a simple sugar molecule that can be used as fuel in plant and animal cells. By breaking down the components of glucose, cells can release water and energy. This provides the power to enable the cell to perform various functions. Cells can produce and store glucose to be metabolized in the cytoplasm and mitochondria.

Subject: English

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What is the difference between simple present tense and present progressive tense? Can you provide examples for proper use of each tense?

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Simple present tense is used to indicate an action is a constant or regular occurrence. An example is, "The sun rises everyday". Present progressive tense is used to indicate an action currently in progress. An example is, "The sun is rising right now".

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