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Tutor profile: Gabrielle B.

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Gabrielle B.
Tutor of English, Anatomy, Physiology, and Psychology for 3 Years
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Subject: Psychology

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Question:

Utilizing what we know from psychopharmacology regarding the therapeutic index, is alcohol or marijuana use more dangerous to the individual?

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Gabrielle B.
Answer:

Utilizing what we know from psychopharmacology regarding the therapeutic index, which is a ratio explaining how much of a substance is needed to feel a "buzz" compared to how much of a substance will kill the individual using, alcohol is significantly more dangerous than marijuana. To expand, alcohol has a therapeutic index of around 1:8, meaning that it takes 8 times the amount of alcohol to get you buzzed to kill you. Marijuana, on the other hand, has an estimated therapeutic index of approximately 1:40,000; meaning that it would take 40,000 times the amount that gets you buzzed to kill you (note: 40,000 is a rough estimate because scientists have never successfully killed any creature using marijuana).

Subject: English

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What is the proper form of they're/their/there given the following sentence: "Joey found a dog in the park walking over (they're/their/there)!" exclaimed the little girl. "When Joey found the dog, the dog was not with it's owner. However, Joey found the owners by asking people in the park if it was (they're/their/there) dog. The owners were so happy to see (they're/their/there) dog that (they're/their/there) taking it to get a pup cup from starbucks right now!"

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Gabrielle B.
Answer:

The correct uses of they're/their/there are as follows: "Joey found a dog in the park walking over there!" exclaimed the little girl. "When Joey found the dog, the dog was not with it's owner. However, Joey found the owners by asking people in the park if it was their dog. The owners were so happy to see their dog that they're taking it to get a pup cup from starbucks right now!" Where "there" is used to describe a location, "their" is used to describe ownership, and "they're" is a shortened way of saying "they are."

Subject: Anatomy

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Question:

If you sever the long thoracic nerve, what muscle will become paralyzed? In that, what will happen to the scapula?

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Gabrielle B.
Answer:

If you sever the long thoracic nerve, the serratus anterior will become paralyzed. This will lead to winging of the scapula.

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