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Tutor profile: April J.

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Subject: Library and Information Science

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Reference question: Where do I find information on the aquatic food chain? What is the basis of the aquatic food chain?

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You can find this information on Britannica and the NOAA. Answer: The basis of the aquatic food chain is phytoplankton. Phytoplankton are tiny living things found in ocean and lakes. Phytoplankton is made of plant like organisms and plants. Phytoplankton and algae are the main food sources for small fish and crustaceans.

Subject: English

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What is "Word order?"

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How words are arranged in a sentence is considered "word order." English speakers understand word order, and how it is used in writing. In a simple sentence the subject comes before the verb, and the object is at the end of the sentence. A simple sentence has a subject (S) verb (V) and object (O). Let's practice with the sentence below. "Jacob opened the door." Correct: Jacob (S) opened *V) the door. (O) Incorrect: The door (O) Jacob (S) opened (V)

Subject: Education

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What is the meaning of STEAM?

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The acronym stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. It serves as a tool to engage all types of learners in real life experiences. STEAM is where students learn, discover and have fun at the same time.

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