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Tutor profile: Maily R.

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Maily R.
Software dev in the San Diego Area
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Subject: Writing

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In Argument, What are the three ways of appealing to an audience? Bonus: Name a modern addition of appeals.

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Maily R.
Answer:

Ethos, Pathos, and Logos - credibility/character/identity of the speaker, emotional arguments, and arguments supported by logic and data analysis. Bonus: Kairos - using trends or timing to enhance the impact of your argument ( i.e. have Mariah Carrey advertise a product in November when her song "All I want for Christmas is You" is on for the winter season.) Bonus: Mythos - Use of cultural heritage or customs to personalize the appeal.

Subject: Databases

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Explain one database normalization concept and why it's used.

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1st Normal Form (1NF): Any and all relations relate to only one other attribute. Example: Barry has 2 phone numbers. The Students table has a unique ST_ID (an example of a primary key) column, a PHONE column, and an address column. 1st normal form-compliant table would list Barry's other number in a new row. This is to prevent relationship ambiguity. If you tried to UPDATE Barry's phone number, the system would not know which one to select.

Subject: Biology

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What is the name of the protein found in the nails, hair, and scales of vertebrates?

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Maily R.
Answer:

Keratin.

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