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Tutor profile: Mackenzie H.

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Mackenzie H.
Biology Student at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma
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Subject: Spanish

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Conjugate the following verbs in the preterite tense. 1. Ayer, yo ___ a comer con mis amigos para celebrar la fin de la semana. (ir) 2. Tu __________ la pregunta perfectamente. (contestar) 3. La semana pasada, ellos ________ la photo en el pasillo. (poner)

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1. Fui 2. contesatse 3. pusieron

Subject: Biology

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Describe the process of crossover events that occur during meiosis. Which type(s) of chromosomes participate? During which phase does this occur?

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Crossover events occur between homologous chromosomes, specifically autosomes. These chromosomes exchange information, leading to increased genetic diversity. This process occurs during prophase I of meiosis.

Subject: Algebra

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If 14/(3x-1)=17x, what is the value of x

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Answer:

First, you want to get rid of the denominator. You can do this by multiplying both sides of the equation by (3x-1). You are left with 17x(3x-1) = 14. Multiplying 17x by 3x-1 gives you 51x^2 -17x=14. Subtracting both 14 from both sides of the equation results in 51x^2 -17x -14 = 0. You are now ready to use the quadratic formula (x=(-b+/- sqrt(b^2-4ac))/2a). (17+ sqrt17^2 -(4*51*-14))/2*51. x= 0.72, -0.38

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