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Hallie L.

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Hi. My name is Hallie. Although I am not new to WyzAnt (I am an experienced WyzAnt tutor), this is my first blog post. I am an ivy-league educated individual who has experience teaching students in both areas of academic subjects and test preparation, including the private school and college-admissions processes. I am a an experienced academic and test prep tutor for over a decade. I thoroughly... read more

I am happy to report that my most recent SAT II Biology student scored an 800, a perfect score, on the SAT II exam!! We engaged in a comprehensive review of all the material covered on the SAT II Biology Exam, including discussing content matter and concepts, performing practice problems together, and reviewing practice SAT II Biology exams, including an officially released SAT II Biology... read more



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In Chemistry, a compound can be considered a conductor of electricity if charged particles are formed (usually in an aq. solution). Since there is only one aqueous choice amongst the answers provided, the NaCl will ionize in solution into Na+ & Cl- ions, allowing it to freely conduct...

ChWh this is the result of raising an expression in parentheses to a power, following the standard exponential rule of the form (ab)x = axbx where you "distribute" the exponent! Hope this helps!!

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