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Tutor profile: Marina B.

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Marina B.
University Student, Tutored for 2 years, Soon to be Doctoral student
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

I am having trouble with my spelling list this week. The words on the list were stuff, call, and grass. How can I easily remember how to spell these words?

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Marina B.
Answer:

The easiest way to remember the spelling of these words is to recall our spelling rules. When we have doubling consonants (for ex. f, l, or s) if these consonants come after a vowel the letter is doubled as seen in stuff, grass, and call.

Subject: Basic Math

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How will I be able to find the y intercept n the equation of a line y = mx + b

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Marina B.
Answer:

First, what is the y intercept ? (when the student hopefully answers with b), then I can walk them through the simple algebraic equation. This would involve subtracting mx from each side to make y-mx = b

Subject: Music

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How can I create a more melodic and legato feel on the piano in the piece of music at hand?

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Marina B.
Answer:

Utilizing the pedal, and lifting it at the end of each phrase, you will be able to create a more legato feel without muddling the sound of the notes.

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