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Tutor profile: Tamar T.

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Tamar T.
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Subject: Writing

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What are three consecutive dots (...) called in English composition?

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Answer:

Three consecutive dots are considered to be an ellipsis.

Subject: Information Technology

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What is the difference between ROM and RAM?

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The difference between ROM and RAM is that ROM stands for "Read-Only Memory", while RAM stands for "Random Access Memory." Though they sound similar, ROM is non-volatile, while RAM is volatile. This means that when the computer is off, RAM is lost, but ROM will be kept in place and is permanently written.

Subject: English

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What is the difference between the words "good" and "well"?

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The difference between "good" and "well" is that "good" is considered to be an adjective. "Well" is considered to be an adverb. Both are used interchangeably in the English language, yet, it's wise to know the difference.

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