A circle has a centre at (-3, 1) and point P(0, 5) is on the circle. What is the area of the…

# A circle has a centre at (-3, 1) and point P(0, 5) is on the circle. What is the area of the…

• MATH

A circle has a centre at (-3, 1) and point P(0, 5) is on the circle. What is the area of the…

To calculate the area (a) of the circle you need to determine the radius (r): a= pi* r^2 (pi= 3.14) Now to calculate the radius, we have the segment (-3,1) and (0,5) represents the radius. Now…

• MATH

The point M(a, 1) is the midpoint of the line segment VW with point V(-10, b) and point W(6,…

M(a, 1) is a mid point for the segment VW. V(-10,b) and W(6,11) We know that the mid point between two point (x1,y1) and (x2,y2) is: ((x1+x2)/2 , (y1+y2)/2) Then : a= (-10 + 6)/2 ==> 2a= -4…

• MATH

The volume of the cube (v)= (side)^3= s^3 100 = S^3 ==> s= (100)^1/3 = 4.643 Now to calculate the diagonal (d): We know that: d^2= s^2 + s^2 = 2s^2= 2(4.643)^2= 43.1148 ==> d =…

• LITERATURE

is studing literature realy important?general question

I don’t think that this question will last long here. I sense it being moved to “Discussions” real soon. This might indicate more about where the answer to the question lies. You are going to…

• CATHEDRAL

What has the narrator learned from his encounter with Robert?contrast the author’s tone

In the short story “The Cathedral” the man was initially reluctant to have his wife’s blind friend visit them. He did not know how to behave towards the man and this made him uncomfortable….

• FAHRENHEIT 451

Of the three sections in Fahrenheit 451, which section is the most significant?How does each…

I don’t see how one section could possibly be more important than the other; they all work together, hand-in-hand, to develop the entire storyline. The first section, The Hearth and the…

• RICHARD CORY

Why do you think Richard Cory commited suicide in Robinson’s “Richard Cory”?Do you think rich…

Sadly, no, I do not think rich people are more likely to commit suicide. I do, however, believe it is more publicized when a rich person commits suicide because our media and society are largely…

• MATH

Simplify: [(a^ 5/4) (a^7/3)] ^-1/2 how on earth do i solve this? thanks

[(a^5/4)(a^7)/3]^-1/2 First we will separate the terms and distribute the power for all terms: =[(a^5)(a^7) / (3)(4) ]^-1/2 Now since we have a negative power, we can flip the ratio and substitute…

• BARN BURNING

What is the major issue in William Faulker’s Barn Burning? Is this issue a problem in today’s…

The major issue in Barn Burning is loyalty: Loyalty to social status and loyalty to family. Sartoris is in a conundrum intending to figure out what to do when his father, a pyromaniac and…

• SCIENCE

What is the most efficient and inexpensive methods of chemical test black ink on paper…

Black pens from different manufacturers are usually made using different recipes. Black inks are a mixture of different dyes. In my class we compare the ink from different pens using a simple…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Do colorless green ideas sleep furiously?explain

They do, indeed. For, if they are “colorless green,” the ideas are ones of envy or jealousy, not truly colored ideas of imagination, delight, and poetry. As such “green ideas,” they are emotions,…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

How to do things with words?Explain.

Unfortunately this is a very unclear question that you need to clarify if you would like an editor to help you by answering it. What do you precisely mean by this question? It is very broad and a…

• MATH

Where can i find Geometry Regents August 2010?

The august 2010 regents is offered in approximately august 18th or 19th. You cannot get these regents at this time; it is required at the end of the test to sign a declaration that you have never…

Can someone plzz answer this question?After completing MBA Mr Ravi joined Simax a medium sized…

As an assistant HR manager, Mr. Ravi has to be able to fully understand the vision of the organization and HR’s role in accomplishing it. Since he is entering in the capacity of an assistant, I…

• HAMLET

Why does Hamlet hesitate to kill Claudius?

Hamlet, in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, tells you himself why he hesitates to kill Claudius: Now might I do it pat, now ‘a is a-praying, And now I’ll do’t–and so ‘a goes to heaven, And so am I revenged….

• MATH

How do I find the perimeter of a triangle if one side given is the square root of 2 and the other…

I’m not sure what the second side is the square root of, but remember that the square root of a number, squared, is that number. If you square the square root of 2, you get 2. Add 2 to whatever…

• MATH

how do i simplify this (-7a^-2 b^3 c^-1) ^-3i first put the questions under 1 i flipped the…

You are not suppose to change the sign of (-7) when you flip. You only change the sign of the power. Here how you simplify: (-7a^-2 b^3 c^-1)^-3 = (-7a^-2)^-3 (b^3)^-3 (c^-1)^-3 = (-1/7^3) a^6…

• MATH

For the grad banquet, there is a fixed cost of \$250 for the room rental plus a cost per…

The cost for the 89 people= cost for the room + cost for persons 3726 = 250 + 89*P where P is the rate per person Now we need to solve for P 89P = 3726 -250 = 3476 P = 3476/89 = 34 Then the cost…

What does it say about a country if inflation has been low over many years?What does it say about…

Mainly that production has kept pace with population. The bumper-sticker explanation of inflation is too much money chasing too few goods. So: If production stays constant, but population…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Most poignant scene?Which would you consider the most poignant scenes and why? I personally…

Atticus’ closing argument. Hands down, one of the best scenes ever written. It. Never. Gets. Old.

• MATH

The whole numbers are all natural numbers but includes zero also. 1) x+y : a non zero number + aneven number . -5+2 = -3 is not whole number. 2) x-y: 5-8 = -3 is not a whole number. 3) x^y =…

• AS YOU LIKE IT

What are the salient features of a romantic comedy with special reference to As You Like It?

Great question. Just before I start with my response, you might want to consider how Shakespearian tragedies and comedies are different and alike. A number of critics argue that actually the…

• LITERATURE

Vanity of Human Wishes as a social satire.

Unfortunately this question does not give us as editors very much to go on. You need to go back to this and try and re-state it as a question that asks a specific question rather than just a…

• CHARLES DICKENS

What do you find in common between Great Expectations and A Christmas Carol?

Very good question which allows you to think through and compare the themes in these two Dickensian works. I am going to give you one response that will hopefully allow you to think through and…

• THE BIRTHMARK

What is the theme of “The Birthmark”? Alienation, initiation, problem of guilt or pride?

You could explore the theme of human imperfection or limits as it pertains to Alymer’s alchemical over-reaching. Also, you might want to refer to Pygmalion myth and also Frankenstein as they…

• SCIENCE

Brakes of car produces an acceleration of -3m/s.How much time’s needed to reduce velocity of a…

Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity. If a is the acceleration, and the initial and final velocities are u and v respectively for which the time required is t secs, then, a = (v-u)/t….

• A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE

Explain why the phrase “The Queen of Denial” can be used to describe Blanche Dubois.(Please…

Blanche Dubois in Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire could be called “The Queen of Denial,” as you suggest, but the label probably doesn’t do her justice and is probably like most labels:…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the things most favored by men in women? Why? And conversely, what are the things most…

Dangerous question here and I have to ask if it is worth my bacon to hazard a response! With any question like this we need to realise that we are dealing with stereotypes and generalisations which…

• HISTORY

Where did the Right to Privacy originate?

The Right to Privacy, when discussed here in the U.S., usually means the right of citizens to be free from government interference in their lives. The Right to Privacy here in the U.S. can be…

• THE CRUCIBLE

The main symbolism in the play The Crucible refers to what historical event(s)?

The primary level of historical focus in Miller’s work is an analysis of the Salem Witchcraft Trials and their impact on a group of people. I think that one can find a similar level of application…

• THOMAS HARDY

In Thomas Hardy’s “The Man He Killed,” what is the speaker’s motivaton to accomplish whatever…

The speaker is a soldier. He has been in battle, and, “Ranged as infantry,” has shot down another man and killed him. In this poem, the speaker is musing on what has just happened. He reflects that…

• NARRATIVE OF THE LIFE OF FREDERICK DOUGLASS, AN AMERICAN SLAVE

What did Frederick Douglass mean by “fruit of abolition”?

I think that you are talking about a passage that can be found in Chapter VII of this book. In it, Douglass describes his confusion over the phrase that you mention. Douglass says that he hears…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is diglossia,code-switching,pidgins,bilingualism,creoles,lingua francas,vernucular,speech…

Hi elmahfoudi, You asked for a short answer but your question has many pieces to it. So I will aswer a portion only. If you like what I answer, perhaps you can reword your question. Code switching…

• JULIUS CAESAR

What would you include in a obituary about Julius Caesar in William Shakespeare’s play, The…

Julius Caesar was a general who never lost a war, a statesman, a lawgiver, an orator, an historian, and a mathematician whose government endured for centuries. His is the man who fixed the…

• ESSAY LAB

I desperately need someone to fix my grammar and wording, please!One is neither physically nor…

I’m going to agree with the red notes. My advice is to cut this paragraph down to about 4 sentences if possible. Also – I’m personally over the whole “one” and “oneself” over just saying “person”…

Large firms in an industry have cost advantages over small firms in same industry.Explain…

I think what you are asking about in this question is what is called economies of scale. Economies of scale exist when large firms in an industry have lower costs per unit produced than small…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is communicative competence?

Communicative competence, a term coined in 1966 by Dell Hymes, refers to the ability to use language to communicate effectively. There are several components of communicative competence….

• RABINDRANATH TAGORE

What is the moral of the story The Postmaster? What are the figures of speech in the story?the…

1. story tells us that there are many separations,many deaths in life. seperations ore a part of life.no one belongs to anyone in this world and everyone has to die one day 2.even if someone has…
• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Trace the ages of tourism and the evolution of the majOr modes of traveL.Trace the ages of…

Interesting question. Let’s try and refine the categories first. First, there is travel-because-you-must: business travel, going away to school, etc. I wouldn’t consider this tourism, but I’ll…

• MATH

Find the odds of the outcome if an eight-sided dice is rolled: a prime number.

We will assume that the 8-sided die has the numbers : 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 The prime numbers are : 2 3 5 7 Then the outcomes are 2 3 5 7 The probability of having a prime number if the die rolled once=…

• MATH

tell weather the situation is a permutation or combination,then solve how many ways can 10…

There are 4 rolls to be played … and we have 10 actors to fill the rolls (or to choose from). The problem is a Combination because order does not matter Also the repetition is not allowed since…

• OLD IRONSIDES

What metaphors are found in the poem Old Ironsides, by Oliver Wendell Holmes?

Old Ironsides, a poetic meditation on a shattered, sunken warship, by 19th century American poet Oliver Wendell Holmes, is replete with metaphors. In order they include: …many an eye has danced…

• MATH

A 6 sided die is rolled four times. What is the probability of rolling a six on all four rolls?

The roll has 6 sides, the probability of rolling a six when the die is rolled once is 1/6 When rolled 4 times, each time has a probability of 1/6. Then the probability is: 1/6 * 1/6 *1/6 *1/6…

• A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

Character sketch of Bottom the Weaver.

Nick Bottom the Weaver in Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is representative of three important aspects of the comic element in the play. 1. The farcical element: A farce is a combination…

• MATH

find the number of possible outcomes for a number cube rolled three times

The number of possible outcomes of rolling the die one time =6 The number of possible outcomes of rolling a die 3 times = number of outcomes the first time * number of outcomes second time * number…

• A DESCRIPTION OF A CITY SHOWER

What is Swift doing with Virgil?I am wondering if Dryden could of written the poem.

The poem “A Description of a City Shower” was originally published in the Tatler in October 1710. It has been interpreted as a “burlesque imitation” of Virgil’s Georgics or of their translation by…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What were the emerging trends in the voting pattern in 2009?What were the emerging trends in the…

I would say that one major trend that is heavily evident in the voting patterns of 2009 was the dislike of the establishment. Both major political parties were striving to reach the…

• JOHN MILTON

John Milton poetic style in Paradise Lost? what are the main characteristics of his style?

the term grand style is a blending of 2 elements sublime thought and sublime expression.that which interprets life to us which edifics,elevates,consoles and sustains us is sublime in thought and…

• SCIENCE

What are the properties and principles of light?please define each . tnx

Light is electro-magnetic energy that travels in a straight line through a medium or a vacuum at a constant speed. This means that light can be viewed as an electric field and a magnetic field…