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Tutor profile: Jeremy C.

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Jeremy C.
English major and current graduate student with substitute teaching experience
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Subject: World History

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How did the Industrial Revolution lead to World War I?

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The Industrial Revolution enabled the mass production of machinery, and World War I was the first time world powers used that mass production to greatly increase the scale and devastation of their military campaigns. The result was a war that dwarfed any previous war in size and scope.

Subject: US History

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How is the Tenth Amendment related to the idea of federalism?

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The Tenth Amendment limits the power of the federal government by stating that any powers not explicitly delegated to it by the Constitution are reserved for the states, which follows the federalist ideal of favoring state governments over the national government.

Subject: English

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What is a comma splice?

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A comma splice is a grammatical error that occurs when two independent clauses are joined by a comma. Example: "I just bought a hat, it fits nicely." There are several ways to correct this: 1. Replace the comma with a semicolon: "I just bought a hat; it fits nicely." 2. Add a coordinating conjunction: "I just bought a hat, and it fits nicely." 3. Separate the independent clauses into two sentences: "I just bought a hat. It fits nicely." The last option should be used sparingly, as it can make the link between two ideas less clear.

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