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Tutor profile: Ariel J.

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Ariel J.
Archival Librarian, Historian, and Harry Potter Lover
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Subject: Basic Math

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How do you find the area of a circle?

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Ariel J.
Answer:

First you have to know what the radius of the circle is and then the formula to find the area is: A=3.14xthe radius to the second power.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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How do you search for an article on a database?

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When searching for an article on a database a person such as JSTOR, there are multiple ways to find articles. If the topic was on African American representation in children's books, a person would click on a database and type Black children's books in the search bar. Once the many search results come up on the left hand side there will be ways to make the search amount smaller. These ways are by having only full text articles and using the years to say when the article may have come out or down to at least a ten year gap. Other ways to refine searches is by language, geography, and refining the subject.

Subject: US History

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In talking about segregation and U.S. History, what was known as "Bloody Sunday"?

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Ariel J.
Answer:

The term "Bloody Sunday" came about when on March 7, 1965, 600 civil rights activists of all colors marched on the Edmund Pettis Bridge in Alabama to fight for equal rights. But the activists were beaten, killed, and arrested by officers of the law.

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