Tutor profile: Davenna M.
What makes a great biologist?
You! A great scientist and/or biologist is a unique individual eager to learn about science but also apply what they have learned to problems within society and find solutions! They approach problems with an open mind, eagerness to learn, a healthy fear of failure and most of all the ability to think from both a humanities and science perspective.
Is online schooling as effective as in-class education, why or why not? Supplement this prompt with personal and literary examples.
In order to answer this question we must first decide on our argument — do we believe that online schooling is as effective, or do we not believe that to be the case? Once we chose a side we want to argue, now we can set up an outline! Argument: Yes/ No Thesis: this is where we state our claim and refer to the points we will make in the essay Paragraph 1: First reason as to why (or why not) online schooling is as effective -use personal examples and refer to literary works -use these examples to build your argument -can include opposite point of view, but remember to refute it with your evidence! Paragraph 2: second reason/argument -more evidence and support -could also make this paragraph entirely about the opposite side, but make sure to prove it wrong! Paragraph 3: third reason or conclusion - if this is your conclusion paragraph, make sure to address ALL previously made points and wrap up your argument in a way that leaves the reader clear on your stance, and clear on your arguments
If a number is divided by 4 then 3 is subtracted, the final result is 0. What is the original number in question?
The original number is 12! First set up the equation that the problem gives us: (X/4)-3=0 Add 3 to both sides: (X/4)=3 Now multiply by 4: X=3 x 4 X = 12