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Tutor profile: Allison K.

Allison K.
Law School Graduate

Questions

Subject: Writing

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Question:

Correct the below sentence. "Sally walked her dog threw a dark scary and secluded forest. Sallys friend Tom tired to scare Sally and her dog Eddie by jumping out at her. Sally yelled geez Tom why did you have to do that.

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Answer:

Sally walked her dog through a dark, scary, and secluded forest. Sally's friend, Tom, tried to scare Sally and her dog, Eddie, by jumping out at her. Sally yelled, "geez, Tom, why did you have to do that?"

Subject: Pre-Algebra

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What is the value of the expression (5(x-2y) + (2-x)^2) when x=3 and y= -2?

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Answer:

Answer = 36 (5(3-2(-2)) + (2-(3))^2) (5(3+4) + (-1)^2) = 5(7) + 1 = 35 + 1 = 36

Subject: Pre-law

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Question:

What are the three main types of subject matter jurisdiction in federal courts hearing a civil case?

Allison K.
Answer:

The two main types of jurisdiction for a civil case in a federal court are federal question jurisdiction, diversity jurisdiction, and supplemental jurisdiction. Federal question jurisdiction is when the action arises under the Constitution, laws, or treaties of the United States. Diversity jurisdiction is when the matter in controversy exceeds $75,000 and the dispute is between citizens of different states. Lastly, supplemental jurisdiction arises when there are at least two claims brought, and the federal court must have primary jurisdiction of at least one of those claims.

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