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# 20.0L of a sample of gas at 25 Celsius is compressed to 5L. What is the final temperature in…

• SCIENCE

20.0L of a sample of gas at 25 Celsius is compressed to 5L. What is the final temperature in…

This is a Charles’s law application. To do problems of this sort you must first convert the temperature to kelvin. K = 273.15 + degrees celsius. After you finish working the problem then convert…

• SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT

Why does Gawain decline the Green Knight

The challenge presented in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is one of honor. When the Green Knight entered King Arthur’s dining hall, he threw down the gauntlet, challenging the bravest among them…

• RICHARD CORY

How were the townspeople mistaken about the title character in “Richard Cory”?

They were mistaken about him because they thought that it would be great to be him. If you look at the whole poem — all the way up to the end — it seems that Richard Cory has it all. He really…

• POETRY

What does Charles Bukowski believe the poem “Splash” can do for us?

I believe that what Bukowski is saying in his poem “Splash” is that there is life in the words, and not just words on the paper. He defies the method of other poets to simply write ideas on a page:…

• MATH

2 + 3 = 107 + 2 = 636 + 5 = 668 + 4 = 96Then:9 + 7 = ????

The first thing you need to do is find a pattern in the four equations you have been given. equation 1) 2 + 3 = 10 If you add 2 + 3 you get 5, 10 (the given answer) divided by 5 (the sum of the 2…

• EMILY DICKINSON

How do Emily Dickinson’s lyric poems resemble hymns

The meter in Dickinson’s poems is usually traditional hymn meter. Most hymns are written in iambic meter… an unstressed followed by a stressed syllable. Many of Emily Dickinson’s poems follow…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is the best thing about festivals? Shopping? Getting together with friends and family?What…

Autumn certainly is the time for festivals, isn’t it? I am going to one today (the Micanopy Harvest Festival in North Central Florida). Fall fests are great for many reasons: weather, shopping, and…

• RIP VAN WINKLE

Is the conflict between Rip and his wife similar to the one between Britain and America?

I suppose that you could argue that the two conflicts are similar. You could say that they both involve one side trying to control and dominate while the other side tries to break free. In the…

• SCIENCE

a flexible container, like a balloon, with an initial volume of 1.0L is occupied by a gas at a…

Gases are measured using three variables: temperature (T), pressure (P), and volume (V). When more than one variable is changing you use the universal gas law which combines Boyle’s Law and…

• ESSAY LAB

Could somebody write me a short story (min 800 words) on ‘My first flight in an airplane??Make it…

No one will write your essay for you on eNotes. I think that the more realistic way to approach this is to either examine your own experience flying or obtain some background information on someone…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In chapter 6, when Scout becomes suspicious of Dill’s suggestion to go for a walk, how do the…

They treat her as a typical girl. Jem calls her “Angel May” to further excentuate her status as a girl. He is described as talking to her sweetly. They act like where they might be going she might…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What would be the stereotypical roles of women in the media today?

Of course, the answer to this depends on what portrayal of women is (in your mind) a stereotype and what is an accurate portrayal of a type of women. In other words, if the media portray women in…

• SCIENCE

a 300ml sample of gas at 10degree Celsius is warmed to 60 degree Celsius at a constant pressure….

This is an application of Charles’s Law which relates changes in volume to changes in temperature. Conceptually what it says is that when you increase the temperature of a gas, the volume will also…

• THE GREAT GATSBY

What is the author’s purpose in breaking the story here, at the beginning of the chapter, at its…

I believe you are referring to the situation in which Nick and Gatsby are talking. Nick is encouraging Gatsby to go away for awhile. Nick tells us, the reading audience: He was clutching to some…

• MATH

Determine sin105 degrees , sin7deg30′.

To determine sin 105 deg . Let 105 deg = x We know that sin2x = 2sinx*cosx Therefore sin210 = 2sinx*sqrt(1-sin^2x) -0.5 – 2sinx sqrt(1-sin^2x) We square both sides: 0.25 = 4sin^2x – 4sin^4x 4sin^4x…

• MATH

What are x values for cos 2x = cos x?

Here we have to find x for which cos 2x = cos x. We know that cos 2x = 2(cos x)^2 – 1. Therefore we can write the expression given as 2(cos x)^2 – 1 = cos x or 2(cos x)^2 – 1 – cos x = 0 =>…

• MATH

At what x value on the interval [-2,3] does the graph of f(x)=x^2+2x-1 satisfy the mean value…

f(x) = x^2+2x-1. To verify mean value theorem. f(-2) = (-2)^2+2(-3)-1 = 4-6-1 = -3 f(3) = (3)^2+2(3)-1 = 9+6-1 = 14. The mean value theorem staes that if f(x) is a continuous function in a closed…

• THE ROCKING-HORSE WINNER

In “The Rocking-Horse Winner,” explain each character of the story by his/her characterization.

When we think about characters, we often use E. M. Forster’s distinction between “round” and “flat” characters. Flat characters are characters that have one or two characteristics alone and are…

• A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

What are four of Puck’s personality traits in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream?

Puck is first of all a sprite, which is an elf or a pixie, and as such is mischievous and playful, with a naughty sort of playfulness. It is this personality trait that makes Puck–also know as…

• MATH

What is the first derivative of y=tan^4(x+1)^4 ?

To find the first derivative of tan^4x(x+1)^4. Let f(x) ={ tan(x+1)^4}^4. We know d/dx(tanx )= sec^2x. We know d/dx{f(x)}^n = n {f(x)}^(n-1)*f'(x). We know d/dx (u(v(x)) =…

• MATH

Solve trigonometric equation 2sin^2x – 3sinx = – 1.

To solve 2sin^2x-3sinx= -1. This is a quadratic equation in sinx. So we put sinx = s in the given equation and solve for s first. And then from the solution we determine x. 2s^2 -3s = -1. We add 1…

• THE CHASER

What is theme of “The Chaser” by John Collier?

In my opinion, the theme of this story is love — it is a story about the true nature of love. The author is telling us that love is an illusion and that if we had someone truly act the way we…

• MATH

What are the local extremes of the function f(x)=x^3/(x^2-1) ?

To determine the local extremes of a function, we’ll have to do the first derivative test. We’ll determine the derivative of the function. Since the function is a fraction, we’ll apply the quotient…

• SCIENCE

How much energy is used by: Turning appliances off standby? Turning heating down? Turning off…

The extent of energy saved in the various situations described in the question will depend very much on the type pf appliance, the usage pattern of the appliance, and the practices adopted for…

What is the importance of productivity in an economy?

To put it briefly, productivity determines how rich a country can be. Without high levels of productivity no country can get to the point where it has a high level of GDP per capita and a high…

• POLITICAL SCIENCE

What other reasons would Texas lawmakers have for not wanting to reform the legislature from a…

When you post a question asking what other reasons there are, please tell us what reasons you already have. Otherwise, we won’t know which ones are “other” reasons. I have attached a link to a…

• POLITICAL SCIENCE

How would the United States Congress be different if three or four parties were represented…

I think that one difference would be that there could exist a greater potential for alliances and coalitions formed between the parties. In the current system, even though there might not exist a…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

What does the mask allow Jack to do in Lord of the Flies?

The mask seems to mark the difference for Jack between civilized society and a savage lifestyle. Once shed of civility, Jack is free to declare himself a leader, determine to be carefree, and…

How do I begin to have a solid relationship with a business partner?How do I verbally and…

Well, this is a big topic, but my initial thoughts would be ensuring that you have a very clearly defined business relationship that does not transgress into the personal. Defining a relationship…

• THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA

Write a character sketch of Santiago from The Old Man and the Sea.

Santiago is a Cuban fisherman older than Hemingway (age 52) when he wrote the novella. Santiago’s wife has died, and he has a daughter who fears he is too old to fish or even live alone much…

• ANIMAL FARM

Animal Farmwhat functions of libraries are controlled in Animal Fram?

I guess you could also talk about Squealer and his statistics and his control over information. You could say that a library is supposed to have information and to make it available to people. In…

What measures can an employer take to design a customer service job to make it both efficient for…

The first thing that comes to mind for me is the FISH Philosophy. This philosophy originated from a fish market in Seattle, Washington. The actual philosophy was developed by John Christensen after…

• WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

Discuss Wordsworth’s theory of poetry as propounded by him in the Preface to Lyrical Ballads.

Much of Wordsworth’s philosophy of poetry is outlined in his Preface. The idea that poetry should focus on commonplace subjects is something that Wordsworth clung to in his body of poetry….

• LITERATURE

Why did satire become popular in the age of Dryden and Pope?Period of Dryden and Pope

John Dryden and Alexander Pope were of Restoration period. The Restoration refers to period of time at which Charles II began his rule of England following the Cromwell’s Commonwealth and…

• RELIGION

Why is Jesus believed to be “God” or the Son of God?Why is Jesus believed to be “God” or the Son…

Jesus is to be “believed to be God,” because he says he is the only Son of God. There are two moments in the gospels that affirm this. During his Baptism, and in Matthew 11:27 and 17:5, during the…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

The new health care bill has been the media topic lately. Discuss the possible economic outcomes…

Much of the answer to this will lie in whether one is a proponent of the bill. The opposition to it would preclude many of the suppositions made in the answer. On one hand, the proponents of the…

what are the attributes of a transnational company ?

The attributes of a transnational company – (1) INVESTMENT IN FOREIGN OPERATIONS : – Company have investment in foreign operations i.e. It operates in more than one country / nation. (2) CENTRAL…

• TRIFLES

In Susan Glaspell’s one-act play, Trifles, what are the significant untold dramatic questions?A…

Well, the biggest question that the play begins with and is subsequently answered by Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters, is what precisely happened to John Wright and who killed him. It is clear that the…

• BEOWULF

Literary analysisHey eNotes, it’s been a while I have to write a literary analysis paper…

It’s been awhile since I’ve read either Gilgamesh or Seafarer; however, the idea of an epic hero is full of wonderful opportunities. As a teacher, I can tell you that the most impressive thing you…

• FOR COLORED GIRLS WHO HAVE CONSIDERED SUICIDE / WHEN THE RAINBOW IS ENUF

Need Suggestions for Book Club DiscussionWe’re reading the choreopoem before we watch Tyler…

Thanks for asking. It went well. We actually had to meet again after the movie to continue the discussion. The new edition of the book has discussion questions in the back! There is also a…

• MACBETH

What are the main aspects of evil and chaos associated with Macbeth’s rule?Macbeth’s rule marks…

Macbeth usurps the throne and his rule in Scotland is one of tyranny and chaos. After having usurped kingship, Macbeth’s sole efforts are to ensure his safety and to hold on to power. He goes from…

• JANE SHORE

What does summer mean to the speaker in “A Letter Sent to Summer”?

Summer, to the speaker, means a return of natural pleasantness, as shown in the friendly “baskets of flowers” that summer leaves, just “like an old friend.” The bugs and monsoons, in…

• JANE SHORE

In “A Letter Sent to Summer”, who is the speaker?

The speaker is obviously a creative person who evidences strong powers of observation. Line 14, for example, assumes that the “hapless rabbit” is hibernating and therefore also wishes the…

• JANE SHORE

What is the poem “A Letter Sent to Summer” about?

This poem could only have been written by a poet living in a temperate zone. It surely represents a mood that people experiencing winter have often felt. On certain cold, snowy, windy days, the…

• CHRISTINA ROSSETTI

In “A Christmas Carol”, what does the speaker do?

The speaker considers the gifts (gold, frankincense, myrrh, and, presumably, a lamb), which were offered by poor and rich alike. Being “poor,” she opts for the gift of herself. Since the heart…

• CHRISTINA ROSSETTI

What is the setting of “A Christmas Carol”?

The time is Christmas day, here shown as in the coldest depths of winter, the place allegedly Bethlehem. Yet Rossetti is describing an English winter (frozen ground, snow falls, ice stony hard,…

• REFERENCE

ADDI have ADD and every one seems to think it is the same as ADHD, but it’s not. Or is it? I’m…

The DSMV-IV actually calls it ADHD, gut has three types. It sounds as though you are describing ADHD Predominately Inattentive Type. A person suffering from this does not have the impulsivity and…

• THE NYMPH’S REPLY TO THE SHEPHERD

How logical is the nymph’s reply?

The nymph’s refutation may be schematized in a logical pattern: 1. If a, then b. 2. Not a. 3. Therefore, not b. The 1 is “if the world were young, etc., then I would live with you” (brought…

• THE NYMPH’S REPLY TO THE SHEPHERD

How is this a parody?

A parody is an imitation of an artistic form for purposes of ridicule (either the form or the topic of the original). Because Raleigh uses the same form as Marlowe, and introduces many of the same…

• THE NYMPH’S REPLY TO THE SHEPHERD

Who is involved in the poem?

As in Marlowe’s poem, the speaker and the listener are identified in the title. The speaker is the “nymph” pursued by the shepherd; the listener is the shepherd, although he may not wish to…