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Turkish
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Question:

How would you ask a question in Turkish using question tags?

Zuleyha O.
Answer:

Question tags are very common in Turkish where you add "değil mi" at the end of a sentence to make it a question. For ex: Yemek yedin, değil mi? This roughly translates to "you ate food, right?"

Psychology
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Question:

What was the purpose of the Milgram experiment?

Zuleyha O.
Answer:

Milgram experiment was conducted at Yale University under the supervision of Stanley Milgram. This experiment tested obedience to authority on a human subject. Participants were led to believe that they would shock a person in the other room if they answered their questions wrong. The experiment concluded that an unexpectedly high amount of people ended up obeying the authority figure which had told them to follow the directions.

Biology
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Question:

Are viruses considered living things? Why or why not?

Zuleyha O.
Answer:

Viruses are not considered as living things because they do not maintain the structure of a cell. They have a protein coating and they can contain either DNA or RNA. They are dependent on a host to reproduce which means that they evolved after cells had evolved.

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