I would remind the student that the tutoring center is here to assist students in understanding the material. While we cannot give the student the solution outright, we are here to clarify any misunderstandings, correct specific mistakes, and explain concepts. I would politely suggest the student review their slides, visit office hours, and refer to the text book if the student insists they need to learn "everything" when I ask "what specifically do you need help with?" I would gently remind them of the Academic Integrity Police and suggest they seek help sooner next time, as there are other students who require assistance as well.
It was mostly all written on the board but it's not a hard question to look up.
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