Are the Nurse and the Friar responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s suicide?

Are the Nurse and the Friar responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s suicide?

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Is economics an evolutionary science? Take a position and defend it. Book Political Economy…

In my view, economics aspires to be an evolutionary science but does not always actually act as such a science. In order to discuss this issue, we must first understand what is meant by…

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  • KARL MARX

Marx writes in his 18th Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte that “Men make their own history,but they do…

Marx’s quote about the relationship that people have towards their past reflects some very keen insight. In order to fully envision this understanding, expanding on the quote might be helpful: In…

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  • REFERENCE

Compare and contrast neoclassical economics with political economy Book Third edition Political…

Neoclassical economics refers to economics that study’s prices based on the market forces of demand and supply. It is also based on the theory of production and distribution of income within…

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  • HISTORY

Describe the processes that broke down the feudal society in Europe.

There were a number of processes that helped lead to the breakdown of feudalism in Europe. These processes were military, economic, and political. (Of course, it is very difficult to separate…

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  • ECONOMICS

Distinguish the common features of European feudalism and capitalism.

One of the most common feature between both European feudalism and capitalism is the structure of power. In both settings, there is a clear delineation of who holds power over others. European…

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  • THE LAST REPORT ON THE MIRACLES AT LITTLE NO HORSE

What was the first Pauline’s father’s deathbed wish? Why did he wish it?

The wish and the reason for the wish of the first Pauline’s father center around an event that made her father’s blood run cold then boil and that prompted him to propose a truce that made her…

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  • REFERENCE

What is the single greatest obstacle in attaining the best high school education in Massachusetts…

Unsurprisingly, the single greatest obstacle to attaining the “best” high school education in Massachusetts is financial. The best high schools – or preparatory schools – are…

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  • THE MOONSTONE

Examine “culture and imperialism” in the form and content The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins and…

Both works offer social realities that challenge culture and imperialism. In Out of Africa, the idea of the indigenous people as “savages” is fundamentally challenged. Dinesen asserts that…

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  • THE YELLOW WALLPAPER

From, “The Yellow Wallpaper,” why does John faint? Why does the nameless narrator “creep”? Has…

In the simplest of terms, John faints because he is overcome with what he sees. His wife has subsumed herself within the wallpaper and the designs she has perceived within it. As a result, John…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

What does Capitan Beatty say about entertainment the morning AFTER he and Montag visit the old…

Entertainment should keep a society in line, not set it free, according to Beatty. Montag is a fireman, and his job is to burn books. Since houses are fireproof, it is usually an easy task. You…

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  • ARTS

This is a year 12 level homework for visual art. I urgently need a complete draft by Tuesday 17th…

[Please note that we do not compose essays, reports, etc. on Enotes, but we are glad to provide ideas on composition and structure. NB: With the availablity of virtual trips and virtual field…

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  • THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

From Act 3 Scene 1, Merchant of Venice by Shakespeare, why does Shylock say, ‘ to bait fish…

In 1600, The Merchant of Venice was published; the title page read, The most excellent History of the Merchant of Venice, With the extreme cruelty of Shylock the Jew towards the said Merchant, in…

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  • BUSINESS

What fiscal policies and monetary policies would be appropriate at this time?

The sorts of fiscal and monetary policies that would be appropriate at a given time depend on the macroeconomic situation that a country is in at that time. Different macroeconomic situations call…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What rethorical device does martin luther king use in his speech

The most famous of the speeches from Martin Luther King, Jnr is the “I have a dream” speech, delivered at the March on Washington in 1963. Best heard spoken, it demonstrates the power King had…

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  • HISTORY

What political leader started the Socialist party in progressive era?

According to most sources, the American version of the Socialist Party was founded in the early 1900’s when the Social Democratic Party, led by Eugene Debs and Victor Berger, merged with the…

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  • HISTORY OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR

Does the “Melian Dialogue” from Thucydides’ The History of the Peloponnesian Wars validate the…

One could logically argue that the Melian Dialogue, which takes place in Book V, Chapter XVII, of The History of the Peloponnesian Wars, by Thucydides, does validate the realist position. The…

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  • MATH

Have a question about quadratic function (Algebra 1) Part of a cheerleading routine is throwing…

We are given an object with projectile motion, directly up, with initial height 4 feet and initial velocity 30 feet per second. The formula for height is: h(t)=−at2+v0t+s0h(t)=-at2+v0t+s0 Here a=16 (this…

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  • HISTORY

What is Dr. Seuss wanting the U.S. to do? (In the political cartoon for WWII made on 7/21/1942,…

It is not at all clear that Dr. Seuss wants the United States to do anything specific in this cartoon. The US response to the abuse of Jews is not the point of the cartoon. Instead, the cartoon…

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  • THE ODYSSEY

I need a good thesis statement regarding the theme of revenge in the Odyssey.

The Odyssey, probably composed between 620-600 BCE and only perhaps written by the poet called Homer, is most often read for the series of adventures of its hero, Odysseus, who has been absent from…

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  • BUSINESS

What is the “current macroeconomic situation” in the U.S. (e.g. is the U.S. economy currently…

The current macroeconomic situation in the United States is rather mixed. The United States has officially been in an expansion since June of 2009, which was the trough of the “Great…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

What does the author do to convey the idea that the gentleman driving the car is drunk?

It is a dissolute crowd, Nick learns, who attend the elaborate parties of Jay Gatsby, parties that, oddly enough, he does not attend. At these parties where no one really knows anyone else, the…

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  • SCIENCE

Consider the strength of the H absorption line in the spectra of stars of various surface…

An absorbance or transmission spectrum is a measure of the electromagnetic radiation that a particular sample of chemicals absorb. When a chemical absorbs light energy, ground state electrons move…

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  • ESSAY LAB

Can someone please help me out on revising and re-writing this essay about “making changes that…

I am happy to help you with the revisions! This is already a wonderful essay, and your teacher has given you good feedback to improve. I worked with that feedback in order to align the thesis and…

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  • MATH

Use an inverse matrix to solve (if possible) the system of linear equations. 18x + 12y = 13 30x +…

The set of equations 18x + 12y = 13 and 30x + 24y = 23 has to be solved. This system of equations can be written as a matrix as follows: [18301224]⋅[xy]=[1323][18123024]⋅[xy]=[1323]…(1) For a…

  • MATH

Possible scores on a homework assignment were between 0 and 43. A sample of the actual scores had…

Assume that the probability of a student getting a mark is equal to pp, and is equal across all (parts of) questions and students. Then the distribution of scores X would be X ~ Binomial(n,p),…

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  • MATH
  1. a) write the system of linear equations as a matrix equation AX = B, and (b) use Gauss-Jordan…

[−419−3][-491-3] = A [−1312][-1312] = B Perform row operations on the augmented matrix. [−419−3−1312][-49-131-312] ~ [−110−32312][-10231-312] ~[100−3−2335][10-230-335] Therefore,

  • MATH

Use matrices to solve the system of equations (if possible). Use gaussian elimination with…

The set of equations 3x – 2y + z = 15 -x + y + 2z = -10 x – y – 4z = 14 has to be solved. This can be written in matrix form as:

  • MATH

The vector u = <3140, 2750> gives the number of hamburgers and hot dogs, respectively, sold…

Lets rearrange the forms of the vectors The number of hamburgers and hotdogs, The prices of them, v=2.25i+1.75jv=2.25i+1.75j a) The dot product of u⋅vu⋅v u⋅v=3140X2.25+2750X1.75u⋅v=3140X2.25+2750X1.75

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  • MATH

Find a unit vector in the direction of the given vector. Verify that the result has a magnitude…

In order to find a unit vector we divide each component by the magnitude of the vector. u = <0, -2> magnitude = 02+(−2)2−−−−−−−−−−√=202+(-2)2=2unit vector for u is <0, -1> v = <5, -12>…

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  • ESSAY LAB

What are the best ways to begin an essay?

The introductory paragraph of an essay establishes the tone and voice of the writer and lays out what is called the “blueprint” of the essay. Especially if the essay is for a class assignment or…

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  • MATH

Use Heron’s Area Formula to find the area of the triangle. a = 33, b = 36, c = 25

Heron’s formula allows finding the area of any triangle, knowing the lengths of its sides. According to the formula of Heron, the area of a triangle with sides a, b and c, has the following…

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  • MATH

The angles of elevation to an airplane from two points A and B on level ground are 55 degrees and…

The angles of elevation to an airplane from two points A and B on level ground are 55 degrees and 72 degrees respectively. The points A and B are 2.2 miles apart, and the airplane is east of both…

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Why are drones controversial?

Two distinct areas of controversy arise with the introduction of this new technology. First, the question of privacy (a virtually nonexistent state these days): is it OK for everyone to be able…

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  • SULA

Identify Nel’s personality traits and mode of operating in Sula.

Sula is a novel that spans many years. At the center of the novel is the friendship between Sula and Nel. Sula is seen as the “bad one”, while Nel is considered the “good one”. Nel’s childhood is…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the advantages and disadvantages of social media?

One of the most important advantages of social media is certainly the speed and efficiency in which it allows communication between people. For example, in the 2013 protests which took place in…

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  • SCIENCE

What are some examples of symbiosis (biology)?

The world of biology has a variety of examples of mutually beneficial relationships in close proximity (symbiotic relationships). Beginning with an example easy to remember due to “Finding Nemo”…

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  • SCIENCE

How are sound and light waves different?

Sound and light both travel in waves, which are caused by vibrations. The vibrations begin when an object at rest is set in motion (e.g. a guitar string or electrons). This vibrating motion can…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

The title of Part II of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 is “The Sieve and the Sand.” REPLY and…

In Ray Bradbury’s science fiction classic Fahrenheit 451, Guy Montag is a fireman whose conscience has begun to bother him regarding his profession. Firemen in Bradbury’s novel, of course, do…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the difference between a Redox and a Nonredox reaction (chemistry)?

A redox reaction occurs when there is a chemical change that involves the transfer of electrons. A non redox reaction occurs when there is not a transfer of electrons. For redox reactions, which…

  • SCIENCE

How do you build a Lewis Structure (chemistry)?

In order to build a Lewis Structure you must first must identify your central element then count the amount of valence electrons that are present in the compound For example, CH4 There are a total…

  • SCIENCE

What is a virus? How does it attack the body?

A virus is a set of either DNA or RNA surrounded by a protein coat and a lipid membrane. Viruses must invade a host cell in order to replicate. Once a single virus injects its DNA or RNA into a…

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  • HISTORY

Why did Germany lose in WWII?

Hitler became too cocky. He made many fatal mistakes, so I will list them for you: 1. He fell for false information about an attack in France, but as it turns out it was an “army” made of balloons….

  • HISTORY

What are some examples of pyrrhic victories?

A pyrrhic victory is a victory that inflicts such a devastating toll on the victor that it is almost the same as being defeated. The “pyrrhic” victor is, however, a victor in some way. Here are a…

  • HISTORY

What are some examples of history repeating itself?

As previous posters have noted, some of the most prominent examples have been wars. This is due partly to the fact that humans seem to be constantly involved in or on the verge of a conflict. One…

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  • HISTORY

Compare the Ancient Greeks and the Ancient Romans.

The ancient Greeks and Romans are often confused, because to someone who has not studied either, they look similar. However, if one looks a little deeper into each of the cultures, you can see…

  • LITERATURE

What are some examples of famous food scenes in literature? What happens in these scenes and why…

It is obvious that writers integrate food in their literary works, as it is a basic human need, directly linked with survival. Present on a daily basis in human life, society often took…

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  • GUIDE TO LITERARY TERMS

What is a leitmotif? What are some examples of leitmotifs in literature?

The word comes from music and it is characterized by the recurrence of a short musical phrase. Of German origin: from leit- “leading”+motiv “motive”. Adopted in literature, it also refers to a…

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  • THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

What are some examples of irony in Catcher in the Rye?

Well, an overall ironic element is Holden’s desire to preserve the innocence of the young. Yet while he goes about trying to accomplish this, he cannot help bringing corrupting influences into…

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  • FRANKENSTEIN

What is the moral of Frankenstein? How does it apply to modern-day life?

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein principally explores the ‘Nature vs Nurture’ debate. Through the animation of Frankenstein’s creature Shelley provides the reader with a moral critique with regard to…

  • ROMEO AND JULIET

Are the Nurse and the Friar responsible for Romeo and Juliet’s suicide? Why or why not?

It is interesting to note that as human beings, when tragedy strikes, we often look for someone to blame: who is at fault? Perhaps it is a timeless question that people have been asking for…

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