Calculate without using calculator: log 25 + log 40

Calculate without using calculator: log 25 + log 40

  • MATH

Calculate without using calculator: log 25 + log 40

log 25 + log 40 Using the properties with know that: log x + log y = log x*y ==> log 25 + log 40 = log 25*40 = log 1000 = log…

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  • MATH

ln e^2 + ln e^x = ln e^5

ln e^2 + ln e^x = ln e^5 We know that ln x^y = y ln x ==> 2 ln e + x ln e = 5 ln e But, ln e =1 ==> 2*1 + x*1 = 5*1 ==> 2 + x =5 ==> x= 5-2=3 The answer is x= 3

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  • MATH

log 1000 -log x^2 =2

log 1000 -log x^2 = 2 We rewrite 1000 = 10^3 log 10^3 – log x^2 = 2 We know that log x^y = y log x ==> 3log 10 -2logx = 2 log10 =1 ==> 3-2log x = 2 ==> -2log x= -1 ==> log x = 1/2…

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  • BUSINESS

What is the organizing process of unions? Include details requirements unfair labor practices and…

I think that different unions have different requirements and organizations. The basic process is for workers to be able to coalesce into a collective body in order to be able to petition…

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  • MATH

xlog 100 = 16 find x value

x*log 100 = 16 let us rewrite 100 = 10^2 ==> x log 10^2 = 16 We know that log 10^2 = 2*log 10 ==> x*2*log 10 = 16 We know that log 10 =1 ==> x*2*1 = 16 ==> 2x= 16 ==> x= 8

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  • BUSINESS

Explain the differences between RLA and NLRA/FLRA.

The Railway Labor Act of 1926 was designed to oversee labor relations in the railroad industry. It was amended in 1934 as part of the New Deal to include the airline industry. The differences…

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  • MATH

calculate log (100)^7

log (100)^7 We know that log x^y = ylog x ==> log (100)^7= 7*log 100 Let us rewrite 100= 10^2 ==> 7*log 100 = 7*log (10)^2 = 7*2*log 10 We know that log 10 =1 ==>…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

If campaign spending limits were effective, who would be hurt more, politicans already in office…

Political scientists say that there is no question about this — the politicians who are attempting to win their first elections would be hurt far more by limiting campaign spending. The reason…

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  • MACBETH

What lesson does the play “Macbeth” have to offer us in the 21st century?Remember we live in a…

I gather from your question that you do not want your answer to involve any of the Judeo-Christian values that are part of the theme in Macbeth. No matter. This play has many “secular” lessons to…

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  • LEAF STORM

What are the main points of Leaf Storm by García Márquez?

The main points of Leaf Storm, a novella of 97 pages, are told in backward chronology beginning at the conclusion and then looking back over a decade of history through the voices of three…

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  • LITERATURE

The Nature of LiteratureWhat do you think the nature of literature is?

That’s a pretty broad statement, but I’ll tell you what I think literature is. Literature is a written picture of human nature. Its characters are a reflection of people we know as well as…

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  • 1984

What does this quote mean?: “And when memory failed and written records were falsified…”…

This quote refers to the practice in George Orwell’s 1984 of disinformation and rewriting history in order to satisfy the government’s goals and practices. This practice had continued for so long…

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  • THE WANDERER

What does the author of the poem “The Wanderer” miss most?

Twice the speaker in “The Wanderer” mentions the loss of dear friends and confidants. In lines 9 through 16 he laments not having anyone to tell the troubles of his heart and mind to. His suggests…

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  • HEDDA GABLER

Discuss two ways the theme of motherhood is introduced in Hedda Gabler.

Themes relating to motherhood are developed in the drama through the characters of Hedda Gabler and Thea Elvsted. Hedda is depicted as a strong and selfish woman, capable of cruelty and absent any…

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

What is the character of Frederick Douglass like in Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass?

In Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, Douglass presents himself as a character in his memoir from birth to his early adulthood (he continues his experiences in My Bondage and My Freedom)….

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  • EMILY DICKINSON

Can you analyze the poem by Emily Dickinson– “I died for beauty- but was scarce”?

The speaker of the poem has barely gotten to his tomb (“was scarce adjusted’) when another person arrives and is buried “in an adjoining room.” (Dickinson often uses room as a euphemism for…

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  • BIOLOGY

State three major points of how stress affects behavior and health.

Stress of the chronic sort does have a potential for affecting your behavior and health, but it is critical to explore possible health problems before writing symptoms off as stress-related….

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  • LITERATURE

What context in the sentence helps you understand the meaning of solicited?Michelle solicited…

To me, the main bits of context that helps you understand this word are “business,” “contacted” and “clients.” Because of these three words, you can have an idea as to what is going on. If Brad is…

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  • THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

What is meant by the statement: the play ridicules everything that human beings take seriously”

The statement “The play ridicules everything that human beings take seriously” is what gives the play its “trivial” subtitle. Wilde is openly exposing the major worries of society in a time when…

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  • TO SIR, WITH LOVE

What was E.R Braithwaite attitude towards life and his characters?

I would say that Braithwaite’s fundamental attitudes towards life and his choices change over the course of the book. He starts off in education not really wanting to be there. His manner with…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

Related to Act1, Scene 1. Write brief note on a. The theme of envy b. Contrast between city…

In Act 1, Scene 1 of As You Like It Shakespeare uses the examples of two sets of brothers to examine the theme of envy. Orlando and Oliver are the sons of Rowland de Boyes. Oliver, the elder, has…

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  • TO SIR, WITH LOVE

Comparision of the movie with the novelhow is movie and novel related or inrelated?

There is a great deal of similarity between both. The movie was fairly faithful to the book. I would say that the exploration of Thackeray’s/ Braithwaite’s character is something that is done…

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  • ODE TO THE WEST WIND

In the poem, the poet has personified the west wind. Whom do you think the poet has personified…

In “Ode to the West Wind,” Shelley does indeed use personification to describe the west wind; however, what Shelley personifies the wind as shifts throughout the poem. At the start of the poem,…

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  • LITERATURE

Is it right or wrong not to practice ourselves the kind of behaviour we expect from the other…

Well, as CS Lewis was a Christian, he certainly condones the Biblical direction to “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” (Luke 3:61, New Testament.) In everything he’s written, CS…

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  • ANTHEM

Why do dictators in totalitarian societies enforce the living arrangement where children live…

Of course, kids do not have to live apart from their families in totalitarian societies. The Nazis, for example, did not generally take kids from their families. Neither did the Communist Party…

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  • HOW I MET MY HUSBAND

What effects does Munro achieve by titling her story How I Met My Husband?

Alice Munro states what Edie wants a partner from the very beginning even though in the novvel it is clearly expressed.

  • ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE

-Why are people willing to stoop so low to get money, even though they have a lot of money…

First of all, I would dispute this idea — I do not think that Neville St. Clair has “a lot of money” without begging (I assume that’s what you’re talking about here). He did not make all that…

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  • SAKI

what is the climax and the solution in ‘Dusk’Saki?

The main climax of the story is the soap.

  • ERNEST HEMINGWAY

I am a PhD scholar on Hemingway I need access to the full text like The Cambridge Companion to…

This text is not available online, at least not free and to the general public. If your unversity subscribes to a digital library, you may be able to find it there. Otherwise, the going rate looks…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Should both civil and criminal court cases be proven in the same manner?

I assume that you are talking about standards of proof in the two kinds of cases. In the US, a prosecutor must prove the defendant’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt (in a criminal case). By…

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  • REFERENCE

My name is Alexxis and I typed it in on fb and it said my name was inappropriate but that’s how…

Well, Alexxis, the first thing you should know, is that you are far from alone in your annoyance. The article below is only a tiny sample of the numerous complaints with Facebook about this and…

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  • WALDEN

Please explain this quoteCan somebody please explain this quote by Thoreau? Where I lived, and…

One of the major ideas that Thoreau and other Transcendentalists held was that all the things we deal with in everyday life are really not that important. Thoreau thought, for example, that people…

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  • ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING: A BIOGRAPHY

In Sonnet 43 of Elizabeth Barrett Browning the lines I love thee freely, as men strive for…

This whole poem is a list of all the different ways the speaker loves the person the poem addresses. Elizabeth Browning was writing this to her true love, Robert Browning. In these two lines she…

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  • BLESS ME, ULTIMA

What does water symbolize in Bless Me, Ultima?

Water comes to symbolize many concepts in the novel. One example is in Antonio’s last name, and one of the contrasting aspects of his personality. “Marez” implies a connection to the sea,…

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  • HISTORY

Why in the United States is the direct leadership of the President so very important?no

When I teach US Government, I always ask my students to look at the Constitution to see what powers the President actually has. We expect him (so far) to be very strong and important as a leader…

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  • LITERATURE

What is the difference between written and spoken language?

The major difference between written and spoken language is that written langauge is much more complex and formal than spoken language. This is because a person writing can really think about what…

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  • SCIENCE

What does the phrase treatment of modality mean ?

Modality is a therapeutic method or agent, such as surgery, chemotherapy, or electrotherapy, that involves the physical treatment of a disorder. So the phrase ‘treatment of modality’ would be the…

  • THE OUTSIDERS

What is a primary cause of the conflict between Ponyboy and Darry?in the book The Outsiders by S….

The main cause of this conflict, in my opinion, is the fact that Darry has been forced to serve as Ponyboy’s parent or parents. Even though Darry is so young, he has to do this (and he had to give…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Comment on how the incidents in the text develop the children’s sense of real courage.

One of the most important lessons in real courage in this novel concerns Mrs. Dubose. If you remember, she was the grouchy lady that lived near the Finch children. She was always griping at Jem and…

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  • EVERYMAN

What are the touches of humor in the play, Everyman?

First, Everyman does not start at the beginning of a man’s life, but starts at the end of a man’s life- his death and ‘last judgement’. ‘Everyman does not recognize Death when they are even face…

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  • POETRY

What does the poet mean by the lines “may the poison purify your flesh of desire and your spirit…

This poem is by an Indian poet, Nissim Ezekiel, and it reflects Indian culture. A woman, the poet’s mother, has been bitten by a scorpion and its poison is flowing through her body. Holy men come…

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  • THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS

Are we, indeed, allowed to love anyone whom we care for (like Rahel and Estha)?

This is a fairly sensitive issue and will not have a reductive and easy answer. There are some fundamental issues that need to be addressed here. Some of them are in the context of Roy’s novel…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

“at the heart of conflict is fear”Discuss relating to the crucible. urgent. thankyou

I think that this makes some sense in the context of this play. Much of the conflict in this play occurs because the population of Salem is afraid. They are afraid of things they do not…

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  • ANTIGONE

What tragic flaws does Creon show in his talking with Haemon in Antigone? What does Creon say…

In Antigone, Creon is angry with Haemon because Haemon comes to him to try to persuade him to free Antigone. Haemon has tried to appeal to his father’s ego which seems to work at first; however,…

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  • SEEDFOLKS

Think of Seedfolks *thematically* when answering this one.Apply this quote to Seedfolks: No man…

The planting of a garden is a communal process. It is one where individuals end up becoming more connected to one another by being more connected to an element that remains in the public. It is a…

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  • SEEDFOLKS

How does the garden itself become a metaphor for what happens among its members?

In many ways, the garden becomes a symbol for the growth and understanding of the people who plant in it. Each person approaches the garden with some type of need in their life. For example,…

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  • THE CAY

What are the summaries of The Cay (Chapters 1-7)?

I’ll be happy to summarize these chapters briefly, but I’ll have to leave the essay writing to you. CHAPTER ONE. This chapter gives background information on the setting in Aruba, the dangers of…

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  • MACBETH

What are the supernatural elements in Shakespeare’s Macbeth?Discuss elaborately.

Clearly, the supernatural elements in this play are the witches. A case could be made that they are old hags who are just trying to stir up trouble. However, there is some clear evidence they do…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

“Cecil Jacobs is a big wet he-en.” (p. 263). What is meant by “he-en”?

I assume in reading this you thought “he-en” was a word in which a letter was left out of the middle or something. If you had heard this part read aloud, it would have been a little easier to…

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  • SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND OF EXPERIENCE

Contrast the views and attitudes of two sets of paired poems in Blake’s SONG’S OF INNOCENCE AND…

In “The Lamb” and “The Tyger,” Blake reveals two sides of existence: the pure, innocent, benevolent, and harmless in the figure of the lamb, and the aggressive, dangerous, powerful, and ferocious…

 


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