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The supporting premises should be found in the excerpt you were given. Without the same excerpt it is difficult to steer you in the right direction. Reading what was given you, what examples can you come up with of "...better devices used for killing..." and how do they fit into our...

Ok, wow, that is asking a lot. Is this for a research paper? Have you come up with a rough draft of any of the answers to these 7 prompts? Do you have a text for what I am assuming is a film class. If so, use the index & chapter headings to map out where you might find these answers. Skim over...

Think about the tone of this question? How do you hear it in your head as you are reading it? Is he simply asking a question, or is he asking a leading question? Listen for what is not being said, what he is implying by the words he chose to use. How would you feel if you heard this comment being...

This is a form of punctuation which a lot of people have trouble with. It generally shows possession or “belonging to”.     In this case the program is a singular entity, it is the BMT/HEME program, therefore the apostrophe goes after the 'm' = program's - it is the newsletter...

These are odd questions. Do you mean why do classrooms have the maximum # of students or where do most problems in the classroom derive from? 

(E) All of the Above...and then some.  Was this a question posed in a classroom? I cannot see a teacher asking it, perhaps an administrator or policy maker.

Once again, you must have reference material discussing this topic, or you were asked to research Winthrop & his actions specifically. This question is only asking how did his views change (if they did) between 1629 and 1630 regarding Puritan emigration.  Tutors cannot give you the...

This is a really broad question, but the way it is worded seems very specific to reading material or a text you must already have. How long is the answer supposed to be? Is this an essay response or short answer (1-5 sentences)?  Have you come up with anything for an answer & just...

Are you using Excel or another spreadsheet program to work on this or just freehand? Start by multiplying 25 x $10.50 to see what he grosses each week. Next, multiply his Gross amount by 20% (.20) to get his Net take home pay each week. Then multiply that by 4 (for the 4 weeks in a month)...

Was this topic covered in your text or any assigned readings, or were you asked to research it through a library or other resources? Was there a specific question you are supposed to answer about the "first Asian and Chinese experience?" Are you asking about a specific period in history...

What assignments have you been working on this week? That might give hints as to what is expected here... Are there directions that came with it other than 'guess'? Is it a creative writing assignment? Have you been doing word puzzles or working with adages? Were there other questions like this...

This is a common writing exercise & one you may encounter again. Look for the theme, or what all the words have in common. It helps to write what you think each word means, the look it up & write 1 sentence using each word. A story may start to develop & you can take it from there. Tutors...

When asking a question like this, it is best to have drafted your answer already. Even though you may be completely unsure about it, a tutor can help you develop your ideas & critical thinking skills from your draft to get you to the response you need. We will not answer your assignment questions...