2 circles touch each other externally at C & AB is common tangent to the circles.Then angle…

2 circles touch each other externally at C & AB is common tangent to the circles.Then angle…

  • MATH

2 circles touch each other externally at C & AB is common tangent to the circles.Then angle…

Let A be on a circle woth centre O and B be the point on the circle with O’ as centre. And AB be the tangent to both circles touching at A and B. Let the two circles touch at C. Let the tangent at…

  • ANTIGONE

Sophocles uses indirect characterization of Antigone in the Prologue. From this, what does the…

We learn quite a lot about Antigone in this exchange between the sisters which is unheard by the chorus. Here are a few: The girls are still suffering the effects of their father’s…

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  • HISTORY

Compare and contrast the culture and society of the two important Muslim cities, Istanbul and…

Istanbul is actually a relatively diverse city, religiously, both currently and throughout its history. Even though it was the seat of the Islamic Caliphate for nearly 400 years, the city always…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

Who is that “ashen fantastic figure gliding toward Gatsby through the amorphous trees?”

In my opinion, there are two ways to read this — two possibilities as to who the figure is. I think that it could be George Wilson or it could be Daisy (but only in Gatsby’s imagination). The…

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  • BUSINESS

Explain why Taylorism is an inappropriate theory of motivation for engineers within amodern…

In my opinion, this is because the work that engineers do is not compatible with Taylorism. Taylorism is best used as a way of monitoring and motivating relatively unskilled workers who are doing…

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  • MATH

A car travelled 75km at a uniform speed.If its speed is 3km/hr slower,it would have taken 75 min….

The total distance = 75 km The car’s speed = X The car’s speed if it is 3 km/h slower = x-3 The time needed = t The time needed if (x-3)= t + 75min = t + 1.25 hours We need to find the speed x. We…

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  • REFERENCE

explain the role and status for macnine shoes.no

Sorry about the grammatical and spelling mistakes in the first response. I’m thinking that you are referring to shoes made by machine as opposed to shoes made by hand. Status of Machine Shoes Shoes…

  • BUSINESS

What is the current status of Australian seafood exports by variety, and also who are the top…

The most current status of Australian seafood exports is listed below starting with the greatest volume: sardines salmonoids- salmon and trouts prawns tuna rock lobster The exports of seafood…

  • THE LOVELY BONES

Jack vs. Abigail: Methods of GriefMy heart went out to Jack during the course of the novel….

Absolutely. None of us can know how we would respond to the murder (or death even) of our child unless we have experienced it. However, I would like to think that my fierceness in protecting the…

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  • LITERATURE

What purpose does shrinking classics to brief synopses serve?What purpose does shrinking classics…

I assume that you are asking why they do this in the book, rather than why we in the modern world do it in places like Cliffs Notes… The classics have been shrunk to brief synopses in the history…

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  • ESSAY LAB

How do I write a argumentive essay on “Big Black Good Man” by Richard Wright?I have read the…

Like much of Richard Wright’s writing, this story is about race, but it has a much deeper level of meaning. So, perhaps you could argue that race is not the main conflict. In the beginning of the…

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  • HISTORY

If you were living in July, 1941, “Should the United States be isolationist or…

As of July of 1941, I think I would have been an internationalist. A couple of years before, I might have been isolationist. The reason for the change would be the extent to which Hitler had…

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  • OSCAR WILDE

What key issues and themes does Oscar Wilde convey through his texts? Also, any particular…

The previous answer beautifully and accurately analyzed Wilde’s texts in terms of his preferred writing styles and his predilection of genres. My answer will therefore try to answer the same…

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  • GRAMMAR

With examples, describe the differences in meaning between the use of SIMPLE PAST and PAST…

Simple past is one of the two basic tenses in English grammar, and it is very common. Its normal purpose is to refer to an action which was completed before Now: I ate my sandwich. I walked the…

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  • LITERATURE

Reformation may be regarded as the religious counterpart of the Renaissance…

During the Renaissance, there was a breakdown of the political and religious barriers that had tamped down ideas and the exchange of scientific ideas for centuries, coupled with the availability of…

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  • SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND OF EXPERIENCE

Comment on Blake’s attitude towards Christianity and the British society of his time?Answer in…

Concerning Blake’s attitudes toward Christianity and British society, one can’t really answer a question this broad in detail in this forum. In fact, the topic is too broad for anything other than…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Why aren’t residential care facilities more closely monitored by the individual states?Why aren’t…

To me, there is not a scientific answer for this. Instead, there is a political or economic reason. Residential care facilities are not monitored more closely because A) state governments do not…

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  • SAKI

Who labored under the tolerably widespread delusion that total strangers and chance acquaintances…

This line that you are citing comes from “The Open Window,” by Saki. The narrator says this with reference to Framton Nuttel. The narrator uses these lines to describe Nuttel when Nuttel starts…

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  • POETRY

Imagery is as indispensable to an exciting poem as action and emotion are to an exciting life.”…

The idea behind the statement is quite strong. Yet, I think that the wording of it is a bit awkward for my tastes. In my mind, imagery or mental pictures created through a poem is indispensable….

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  • POETRY

Allegory is a universal element of poetic narrative. Discuss allegory in the light of this…

Poetic narratives are poems that have a plot, such as Edmund Spencer’s The Faerie Queen, John Milton’s Paradise Lost, The Romance of the Rose, Tennyson’s Idylls of the King, Robert…

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  • MACBETH

Who should bear the final responsibilty for the tragedy in Macbeth? I have to write an essay…

It sounds like this question is somewhat related to the classic debate of fate versus free will in Macbeth. I say this because some of the players in the story (i.e. the witches) are…

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  • BUSINESS

if you were appointed as CEO of AEL, would you like to go for a separate design division?

Yes, I would like to go for a separate design division, because I think it is full of challenge.

  • SCIENCE

Explain why it is important that the 2 new cells formed by mitosis recieve nuclei identical to…

Cell division, or reproduction, in which a cell gives rise to two genetically identical daughter cells. Strictly applied, the term describes the duplication and distribution of chromosomes. Prior…

  • THE USE OF FORCE

In the story, who can be considered the “good guys” and the “bad guys?”

I think that the greatness of the story is that it really does not include the idea of “good” and “bad” guys. There are human beings who are capable of some fairly dark and intense elements if the…

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  • LITERATURE

Justify oral literature as literature.

While literature is derived from the Latin littera, meaning word, literature has also been defined as the recordings of the human spirit. After all, such ancient classics as The Odyssey and…

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  • MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

Why does Shakespeare chose to open Much Ado about Nothing with the background of war and its…

Two reasons for opening Much Ado about Nothing with the background of war have to do with social situation and character development. In the first, choosing a setting that includes the background…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

How can solidarity bind the rich and the poor?

The wording and classification of the question is confusing. I think that solidarity refers to the aspect of coming together and unifying, demonstrating a sense of cohesion amongst one another….

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  • BUSINESS

How can integration be achieved within organizations.

It dependson what type of integration you are referring to. If you are referring to integrating various aspects of an organization into one cohesive whole, it is best to go about to process…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

I need quotes by Mr. Underwood from To Kill a Mockingbird.Please include chapter numbers.

Although Mr. Underwood, the editor of the local paper, is a minor character in the book and is almost never directly quoted, his ideas are extremely significant in undertanding the events that take…

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  • GREAT EXPECTATIONS

What kind of lawyer is Jaggers?Great Expectations by Charles Dickens

If you want to get a lot about Jaggers in just one place, you should look at Chapter XX of the book. You can find out a great deal about Jaggers in that chapter. I guess the most obvious thing to…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

What is the significance of Jaques and Touchstone in Shakespeare’s As You Like It?

Jaques and Touchstone have similar purposes in one regard in As You Like It, but have very different purposes in another regard. First, they have similar purposes in that, though of different…

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  • THE TIME MACHINE

Explain the evoluation theory, class structure and Fabin society in the story “Time Machine” by…

In the book The Time Machine by H.G. Wells the story centers around an inventor’s machine that is able to travel through time. He travels into the future where he finds a loving and gentle group…

  • THE TIME MACHINE

How does Wells use of the theoretical scientific idea of evolution shape the meaning of the “Time…

To me, the main idea surrounding evolution becomes clearer when the narrator visits the far future and finds the strange creatures above ground that seem to have no will of their own and the…

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  • THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PAJAMAS

At what point in the novel, The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, does Bruno lose his innocence?What…

In my mind, the moment that Bruno changes his clothes and hops the fence is when a point of innocence is lost. I say this because it is at this point that Bruno has done a couple of things that…

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  • THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

Allie’s baseball glove and the poems written on it.Hi, Our teacher gave us a question to think…

On a simpler level, the fact that Holden has kept this baseball glove with him as a remembrance of Allie suggests his protective nature on a physical level and also points out how he values Allie’s…

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  • SCIENCE

How is the motor end plate different from other parts of the sarcolemma?

The sarcolemma is the thin, transparent cell membrane of a striated muscle cell, consisting of a plasma membrane and an outer coat. The motor endplate is a specific part of the sarcolemma that…

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  • ENDER’S GAME

In the final chapter of Ender’s Game, there is no introductory dialogue (in italics). Why?

The previous conversations all take place via the ansible, or through some version of its technology so that real-time conversations can take place across a vast distance. They involve various…

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  • ENDER’S GAME

What is the significance of the opening scene in Ender’s Game? Closing scene?

The opening scene shows us a variety of things, one is that there is a plan for this boy, another is that we get to see through Ender’s eyes the way he rationalizes hurting Stilson. He begins to…

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  • SCIENCE

When a basketball is dropped, it does not bounce back to its original height. What happened to…

The principle reason is that when the basketball interacts with the air as it moves up and down, and when it strikes the floor, frictional forces act on the ball. The energy is lost as heat in the…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

Consider the relationship between religion and conflict. Why can religion cause conflict?the…

Conflict, real conflict, generally only happens when people feel strongly about something–politics, religion, morality, life and death. If you don’t feel strongly about something, for example,…

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  • ELIJAH OF BUXTON

What is the seting of this novel?

Buxton

  • THE MAGIC BARREL

How do I create three thesis statements comparing and contrasting “The Magic Barrel” to the two…

One approach for creating thesis statements that compare/contrast the stories “The Magic Barrel,” “Where Are You Going, Where have You Been?”, and “A Small, Good Thing,” is to compare/contrast them…

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  • BUSINESS

What are some potential research topics on accounting and finance? Any suggestions are much…

Those are very general subjects, so there are literally hundreds of research areas and directions for you to choose from. You might consider Tax Accounting and how to avoid or survive an audit by…

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  • SCIENCE

What roles do contractile, regulatory, and structural proteins play in muscle contraction and…

Skeletal muscles are composed of many individual cells known as muscle fibers. Each individual muscle fiber is in turn composed of a number of smaller myofibrils. Three types of proteins form…

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  • TEACHERS

Student teachers in the classroomI’ve only had two student teachers in my career. One was…

Unfortunately, I have never had an interning teacher during my 25+ year teaching career. I had one principal who REFUSED to allow them in the school–she had a mindset that it would be a free ride…

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  • THE BRIEF WONDROUS LIFE OF OSCAR WAO

What is the effect of incorporating Spanish words into the story of The Brief Wondrous Life of…

What a great question! I think that there is more than one answer, but a few likely theories come to mind. Aside from just a stylistic choice (meaning that Junot Diaz maybe just liked the sound…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord of the Flies, what does the reader know about Piggy’s background?Do we know where or when…

Little is known about Piggy’s background other than his quick response in Chapter One to Ralph’s criticism that Piggy swims badly, and the fact that his father is in the Navy and has taught him to…

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  • FLANNERY O’CONNOR

What things influenced Flannery O’Connor to write as she did?Flannery O’Connor

According to critics there were three strands to the reality of Flannery O’Connor: literature, the South, and Catholicism. And, it is the combination of these three strands which makes O’Connor…

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  • ARABY

Describe the context in Mangan’s sister is introduced and in what ways is she part of the world…

In James Joyce’s short story, “Araby,” Mangan’s sister is the neighbor of the narrator who becomes infatuated with her. Joyce describes the street as a quiet one with a dead-end. The houses,…

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  • HISTORY

What is the history and focus of the RLA?

With the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad in 1869 many of the smaller rail lines began to lay track in an effort to cross the nation. The end result was that the U.S. was connected by…

 


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