4.3210 x 1033 chromate ions in formula units of strontium chromate?

4.3210 x 1033 chromate ions in formula units of strontium chromate?

  • THE ABSOLUTELY TRUE DIARY OF A PART-TIME INDIAN

What happens from pages 54-84 in The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian?

Pages 54-84 of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian chronicle Junior’s first few days at his new school, Reardan High School. When he enters the school for the first time, everyone…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

In The Crucible, what does Reverend Parris want Judge Danforth to do?

The Reverend Parris is a man obsessed by the idea that there exists a faction in Salem who wants to get rid of him. He is paranoid about his position and sees a threat against him in almost every…

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  • HISTORY

How are the Opium Wars significant to history?

The Opium Wars are significant to history in general because of their significance for Chinese history. In the Opium Wars, the British (and, in the second war, the French) forced China to make…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

If a person in California wants to register to vote but does not want to affiliate with a party,…

None of the options that you have given on this question is technically exactly correct. However, one of them, Option C, is the best choice. If you go to the California Secretary of State’s…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

A party caucus is a meeting of A. local party members who choose delegates for the national…

A party caucus is one way of helping to decide which candidates will be chosen to run for each party in a general election. The other main way of deciding this is through primary elections. In a…

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  • THE ODYSSEY

In The Odyssey what is Odysseus motivated by the most, and what are some quotes from the book…

In The Odyssey, Odysseus seems to be most motivated by his love of his family and home, and by his desire to return to both. When he first begins to tell his story to Alcinous in Book IX, he first…

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  • PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

What are Darcy’s beliefs in the beginning of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice?

In the beginning of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, one of Darcy’s beliefs is that high social standing and excellent moral reputation puts a person like him above needing to follow social…

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  • MATH

The sum of two prime numbers is 85. What is the product of these two prime numbers?

x = prime number y = prime number x+y = 85 1, 84 (neither are prime) 2, 83 (both are prime) 3, 82; 4, 81; 5, 80; 6, 79, … all evens are paired with a possible odd prime therefore both won’t be…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How do characters from To Kill a Mockingbird feel isolated due to racism?

Racism and prejudice is one of the central themes of To Kill a Mockingbird. We see this in many ways. Let me give a few examples. First and most obviously, we see isolation and racism in the trial…

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  • THE NATURAL

I need suggestions for a thesis statement for an essay on the novel The Natural by Bernard Malamud.

An important theme of the novel The Natural by Bernard Malamud is the difference between material and career success and success as a human being. Although the protagonist of the novel, Roy Hobbs,…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

Why do you think the nurse assumes her role?

The nurse serves several functions within the play. First and foremost, she serves as a go-between, delivering messages between Romeo and Juliet. She is integral in helping to arrange their…

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  • THE CAY

In The Cay, what happens on the ship that causes Phillip to become separated from his mother?

In The Cay, Phillip and his family live on Curacao, off the coast of Venezuela. The story is set during the Second World War and, as Phillip notes, “war…had come to us in the warm, blue…

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  • THE WITCH OF BLACKBIRD POND

How do Kit’s views of her family change in The Witch of Blackbird Pond?

Kit’s views of Mercy and Aunt Rachel remain mostly the same. Kit finds Aunt Rachel to be kind and warm. She sees Mercy as humble and sympathetic. She views them both in this way throughout the…

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  • GREAT EXPECTATIONS

Give instances of times when Orlick is truly evil.

Through most of his appearances in the novel, Orlick is mean and vicious, verbally abusive to everyone, especially Mrs. Joe and Pip. Yet there are two times when Orlick is evil. It was he who…

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  • SCIENCE

Why are alternative resources important?

Alternative resources are important because we are running out of conventional resources and/or we want to minimize the damaging effects of conventional resources. Fossil fuels are a great example…

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  • FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON

What are three reasons Charlie is a good candidate for the operation in “Flowers for Algernon” by…

In “Flowers for Algernon” by Daniel Keyes, a mentally handicapped man named Charlie is given an operation to increase his intelligence. Before he is accepted as a candidate for the procedure, he…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Open seat elections are elections in which: A. voters don’t know the party affiliation of the…

If you think about the meaning of the words in the term for this sort of election, you will be able to figure out the right answer. When we talk about the “seat” in this phrase, we are talking…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

How is the mechanical hound in Fahrenheit 451 like the archetype of the trickster?

The trickster archetype in literature is a figure who uses cunning and deceit to accomplish his or her ends and outwit others. To do so, the trickster often breaks societal and even natural laws….

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  • LITERATURE

In Night, by Elie Wiesel, why does Wiesel cry when he prays?

In Elie Wiesel’s Night, Elie cries whenever he prays. One day Moshe the Beadle, who is Elie’s self appointed cabbala (Jewish mysticism) master, asks Elie why he weeps when he prays. Elie tells…

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  • HISTORY

What is a good way to organize an essay about Joan of Arc?

There are probably two themes that you can utilize for your essay on Joan of Arc. Finding the events of her life and the military accomplishments are the easy parts and will make up the body of…

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  • SCIENCE

What can change the shape of a landform?

The shape of a landform can be altered by natural events such as earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides, volcanic eruptions, etc. Each of these acts could be violent enough to completely destroy…

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  • THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE-MOON MARIGOLDS

What is the fatal flaw in Tillie or is there even a fatal flaw in her in The Effects of Gamma…

Arguably, Tillie Hunsdorfer’s primary flaw is that she takes life at face value. This means that she accepts everything, without questioning anything. Therefore, she does not rebel against…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

What are six examples of powerlessness in the book Of Mice and Men?

There are many examples of powerlessness. The only one with power is the boss and perhaps Slim (to a certain degree). Lennie is powerless in that he is slow mentally. He cannot survive in the…

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  • THE GIVER

In the novel “The Giver,” what is Jonas’s first reaction to the first memory? What about the Giver?

In Ch. 11 Jonas receives his first memory. It is a memory of sledding down a hillside full of snow. When the Giver asks him, “How do you feel?” Jonas replies with, “Surprised.” His feelings begin…

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  • LITERATURE

What do you think the meaning of the poem Summer Storm by Louis Simpson is?

The meaning of the poem “Summer Storm” by Louis Simpson is that a couple is on the move to move their house to another part of the land. They are lovers but are unmarried. They are in the midst…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Is globalization good? Can its impact on workers be improved? Do US workers benefit from…

The answers to these questions depend largely upon who you talk to. Economists tend to believe that globalization is good, though they know that it does hurt individual workers and groups of…

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  • SCIENCE

What are some examples of parasitism?

Parasitism is a relationship between two organisms in which one of them (called the parasite) lives off of the other organism (called the host). However, unlike in symbiosis, the relationship is…

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  • OTHELLO

Why do Roderigo and Iago target Othello?

Iago’s seemingly blind hatred of Othello is one of the great questions of the play. We’re given only a few clues as to what Iago’s problem is. The first comes at the beginning of the play, as Iago…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird, why has Calpurnia come to court in Chapter 21?

In chapter 21, Calpurnia comes to the court to give Atticus an important message. That message is put in an envelop and with the permission of Judge Taylor given to Atticus. Here is the text:…

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  • THE BRONZE BOW

In the book The Bronze Bow, what impossible thing are Joel, Daniel, and Thacia hoping to do?

The three young friends make a vow in chapter 7 to fight for God’s victory. By this they mean to free the Jewish people from the oppressive rule of the Roman Empire. While Daniel is recuperating…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What is the best way to present a community project in a way that will gather followers?

The best way to present a community project in a way that will gather followers involves two principles. First, there must be something in the community project for the followers you wish to…

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  • A RETRIEVED REFORMATION

Why is Jimmy Valentine in jail?

Jimmy had been sentenced to four years in prison for a “bank job” he had committed in Springfield. O. Henry does not provide much specific information about the crime. There are several cities…

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  • SCIENCE

Write each element’s orbital notation and complete electron configuration -beryllium -…

1) Beryllium: The atomic number of beryllium is 4 and its electronics configuration is 1s2,2s21s2,2s2 . Looking at the electronic configuration, we can see that beryllium is a noble gas, since it has…

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  • THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS NOW

In That Was Then, This is Now, does Mark get good grades in school?

In Chapter 4, Bryon mentions that Mark was never really interested in learning how to read. Bryon then comments that Mark’s inability to read well probably accounted for his poor grades. However,…

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  • SCIENCE

Which human body cells contain chromosomes?

Most human body cells (also known as somatic cells) contain chromosomes. In fact, the somatic cells of each species contain a unique number of chromosomes. The somatic cells of humans contain 46…

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  • LITERATURE

In “The Gift of the Magi” by O. Henry, what is an example of foreshadowing?

When “The Gift of the Magi” by O. Henry begins, we find Della crying because she does not have enough money to buy her husband Jim a Christmas present. That might lead us to predict that he will…

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  • HOW IT FEELS TO BE COLORED ME

What figurative language is used in Zora Neale Hurston’s How It Feels to Be Colored Me?

Hurston employs figurative language in her essay “How It Feels to Be Colored Me,” most notably at the end of the essay when she develops the extended metaphor of the “bags.” In the last paragraph…

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

In what ways do you think that Shakespeare’s depiction of the supernatural contributes to the…

Shakespeare drew heavily on Plutarch for his play Julius Caesar. The supernatural elements in the play are all events reported by Plutarch, mostly as rumor and hearsay. Here are some good examples…

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  • MACBETH

What is an example of nationalism found in Macbeth?

Nationalism is essentially a belief or political belief in which an individual identifies with or pledges allegiance to his nation. This is sometimes based on ethnicity and culture (Scottish, in…

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  • THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER

What do you think was the mariner’s motive for killing the albatross?

This is one of the most enduring questions about Coleridge’s poem and certainly one of the most discussed. To approach this question, we should look to the text for some help in constructing an…

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  • A DAY’S WAIT

In “A Day’s Wait” by Hemingway, what are some literary elements?

Ernest Hemingway uses internal conflict in the short story “A Day’s Wait.” He also employs a first person narrator by having the Papa tell the story surrounding his young son’s illness. Papa sees…

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  • HISTORY

What impact did technology changes have on the American industrial worker between 1865-1900?

Between 1865 and 1900, America was in the midst of its second wave of industrialization which had a dramatic impact on the lives of its workforce. First and foremost, technological innovation,…

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  • HISTORY

How did Gamal Abdel Nasser try to fund the building of a dam on the Nile River?

I assume that you are asking about the funding of the Aswan High Dam, and not about any other dam on the Nile River. If so, it is really more accurate to say that the United States and the Soviet…

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  • HOW IT FEELS TO BE COLORED ME

Analyze how Cisneros and Hurston use figurative language to portray identity in “My Name” and…

In “My Name” and “How It Feels to Be Colored Me,” Cisneros and Hurston both use metaphors to portray the narrator’s sense of identity. In Cisneros’ piece, Esperanza is the narrator, and she uses…

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  • CRISPIN: THE CROSS OF LEAD

Why is Crispin labeled a “Wolf’s Head?”

Crispin is a thirteen year-old boy living in the Medieval village of Stromford. In the opening of the book, he is known only as, “Asta’s Son.” After his mother’s death he begins to question his…

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  • ENDER’S GAME

When Ender kills the Giant, does he consider this a victory or not? Does he pass this “test”?

Throughout all of Orson Scott Card’s novel Ender’s Game, Ender is suffering a huge internal conflict: he doesn’t want to be his brother Peter. Peter is a violent sociopath who has no empathy for…

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  • SCIENCE

How many grams of magnesium phosphate would you need to dissolve in water to have 8.02 x 10^25…

Magnesium phosphate has the formula Mg3(PO4)2Mg3(PO4)2 There are two phosphate ions in every formula unit. Each formula unit of magnesium sulfate that dissolves will produce two phosphate ions. Here…

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  • ALL THE YEARS OF HER LIFE

What is the point of view for “All the Years of Her Life?”

“All the Years of Her Life” by Morley Callaghan is told from the third person point of view. There are only three characters in the story, young Alfred Higgins, who works in a pharmacy, his…

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  • SCIENCE

4.3210 x 1033 chromate ions in formula units of strontium chromate?

Strontium Chromate has the chemical formula: SrCrO4SrCrO4 that is, each mole of strontium chromate has 1 mole of strontium ion and 1 mole of chromate ions. Here, we are given with 4.3210 x 10^33…

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  • CHARLES

Is there a personification in Charles, and if there is, what is it?

Though personification in literature usually refers to animals or inanimate objects taking on human traits, personification can also mean “an imaginary person that represents a thing or idea.” If…

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