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Katie V.
Tutor of 2 years, Analytics Intern at IGS Energy
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Writing
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Question:

WRITING SAMPLE: This is the first paragraph of an informative synthesis I did on works related to the singularity.

Katie V.
Answer:

Manipulation of the human mind and body is a highly debated topic in today’s world. With disease eradicating computer chips, safe and simple gene handling processes, and increasingly reliable synthetic organs, people must decide for themselves if man’s bodily manipulation has enhanced or hindered our lives. Ray Kurzweil, Bill McKibben, and Mark Sagoff explore this debate and attempt to answer the crucial question: will technological advances enhance human beings change what it means to be human? Kurzweil, McKibben, and Sagoff use scientific, moral, and philosophical arguments to assert that technology either enhances or destroys humanness.

Calculus
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Question:

Evaluate the below integral: ∫(5+2/3 x^2+3/4 x^3 )dx

Katie V.
Answer:

∫(5+2/3 x^2+3/4 x^3 )dx=5x+2/3 (x^3/3)+3/4 (x^4/4)+C =5x+((2x^3)/9)+((3x^4)/16)+C

Materials Science
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Question:

What mechanism allows cold working to strengthen a material? Explain how the mechanism works.

Katie V.
Answer:

Frank-Read Source is the mechanism that allows a material to strengthen from cold working. A Frank-Read Source is a pinned dislocation in a material that blocks slip in the material and causes more dislocations to form, meaning the material will not deform as easily and the strength of the material will increase.

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