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# Tutor profile: Juriel P.

Juriel P.
Teacher for six years and Part time tutor

## Questions

### Subject:Basic Math

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What is the percent by mass of an 80.0 g solution of salt and water containing 25.0 g of salt?

Juriel P.

Given: Mass of salt (solute) = 25.0 g, Mass of solution = 80.0 g Required: % by mass salt solution Equation: % by mass = (mass of salt/mass of solution) x 100 Solution: % by mass = (25.0 g/80.0 g) x 100 % by mass = (0.3125) x 100 Answer: % by mass = 31.25% by mass salt solution This means that the presence of 25 g salt in an 80 g salt solution has a concentration of 31.25 % by mass.

### Subject:Biology

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What is the basic unit of life?

Juriel P.

The cell is life's most fundamental unit and structure. Whether unicellular or multicellular creatures, all living things have cells. A living entity, such as yourself and other living things, is made up of cells, which are the simplest level of life. The metabolic activities that keep a living thing alive take place at the cellular level. The cell is known as the "fundamental unit of life" because of this.

### Subject:English

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Why is it important to understand the English language?

Juriel P.

The universal language is considered to be English. This is something that people all around the world learn in school so that we can communicate with other foreigners. Aside from that, the English language is a barrier-breaker since it is used extensively in worldwide communication.

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