Can someone tell me the reflections of The Great Gatsby?

Can someone tell me the reflections of The Great Gatsby?

  • MATH

If the area of a rectangle is 173.4 cm^2, the ratio of width and lenght is 3/5. Find out the…

The formula for the area of a rectangle is: A=w*L We know from the enunciation that the ratio between width and length is: w/L=3/5 We’ll cross-multiply: 5*w = 3*L => w = (3/5)*L A = 173.4 cm^2…

  • THE GREAT GATSBY

Can someone tell me the reflections of The Great Gatsby?

This seems to be an extremely personal task. I think that the best way to answer it would be to flip it back on you. In doing this, I mean to ask you, straight out, what were your thoughts about…

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  • MACBETH

What is the role of the weird sisters in act IV, scene 1?

In this scene, Macbeth returns to visit the Weird Sisters (Witches) to get more information about their original prophecy that he would become king. He wants to find out more particulars not only…

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  • MATH

Determine the equation of the line which passes through the point A(-1,1) and it’s perpendicular…

A perpendicular line is always got by interchanging the x and coefficients and effecting a minus on one of the the two terms x or y with an indeterminate constant term. So the perpendicular line…

  • MATH

Determine a,b, knowing that 2,a,b are in geometric progression and 2,17,a are in arithmetic…

2,a,b are in GP and 1,17, a are in AP.To dermine a,b. Solution: Since 2,a,b are in GP, the common ratio is: 2/a = a/b Or a^2 = 2b…..(1) Since 2,17 and a are in AP, the common difference is 17-2=…

  • MATH

Calculate the sum s=cos1+cos2+cos3+…+cos179.

Sum cos1+cos2+co3+…+cos(189). Solution: We know that cos 90 = 0 and cos( 90+x) = -cos(90-x). Therefore, cos89+cos91 = 0. cos 88+cos92 = 0 …………………. cos (90-87) + cos(90+87) =…

  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How does the author describe Boo’s appearance after Scout points him out?

This is the moment Scout has been waiting for since the early chapters of To Kill a Mockingbird. She regrets later that Jem was unconscious and unable to see Boo for himself. Although Boo did not…

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  • MATH

If a,b are real numbers so that a – b = pi. Demonstrate that cosa*cosb < 0.

a-b = pi to prove that cosa*cosb < 0. Solution: cosa* cosb = cosa* cos(pi-a) = – cosa * cosa = -(cosa)^2 . But -1 < cosa < 1. So cosa*cosb = -(cosa)^2 < 1.

  • MATH

Calculate the imaginary part of the number (1+ i*(3)^1/2)^3.

To calculate the imaginary part of [(1+(sqrt3)i] ^3 Solution: {1+(sqrt3)i} ^3 = 1+3* (sqrt3)*i + 3*1*(sqrt3)^2*i^2 + (sqrt3)^3*i^3 = 1+3 (sqrt3)i + 3 *3 (-1)+ 3 (sqrt3) (-1)i. = {1-9} + {sqrt3 -…

  • GRAMMAR

I ……………………………. HIM ONLY ONE LETTER UP TO NOW.(SEND)FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH…

The only proper way to fill in this blank is with the phrase “have sent.” You can say “I have sent him only one letter up to now.” Just saying “I sent him only one letter up to now” would not be…

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  • SCIENCE

What two types of connective tissue form blood cells?

Blood itself is considered a connective tissue for two reasons: It has the same origin as other connective tissue types. Blood connects the body’s systems together bringing the needed nutrients,…

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  • MATH

Determine the number of solutions of the equation sin x = sin 2x, in [0,2 pi) interval.

First, we’ll substitute sin x by 2 sin x *cos x, so that: sin x – sin 2x=0 sin x – 2 sin x *cos x=0 We’ll factorize and we’ll get: sin x*(1- 2cos x)=0 We’ll put each factor from the product as…

  • SCIENCE

What is an antigen in blood typing? no

Blood typing is done before a person gets a blood transfusion. Blood typing is also commonly done before surgeries and pregnant women always have their blood typed as well. Blood is typed by…

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  • MATH

Determine 1+i+i^2+i^3+i^4+……+i^10.

We’ll start from the fact that: i^2=-1, i^3=i^2*i=-1*i i^4=i^2*i^2=-1*-1=1 In this way, we notice that the values of the powers of i are iterative, after 4 steps. So, we can group the terms of the…

  • SCIENCE

global warming infohas anyone got any global warming info plz

There are a few different things to take a look at, since some people believe it is real, some don’t. Here is a site that suggests we need more CO2: http://nov55.com/gbwm.html Here is another…

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  • MATH

Demonstrate that sin 6 < 0 .

We know that the number pi=3.14 (approx.), so, if we’ll calculate: 2pi=6.28 and 2*pi-pi/2=(3*pi)/2=1.5*pi=4.71 From the results above, 6 belongs to the interval (3pi/2,2pi), meaning 6 is in the…

  • MATH

Solve the equation x=6[(x-2)^1/2 -1] .

x = 6[(x-2)^(1/2)-1]. To find ind x. Solution : (x-2)^(1/2) is real only when x-2 > 0 or x >2………..(1) 6[(x-2)^2 +1} = x . So x is an integer part of the left. Therefore, x <…

  • MACBETH

Explain how the play, Macbeth is fit for the Kings?I have this question as a assignment in…

I am not sure if this is what you mean by your question, but this play serves as a warning to all kings: THIS IS WHAT A KING IS NOT! So, when you say it is “fit for the Kings” I believe this means…

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  • MATH

Change 1400° measure in terms of pi .

We know that pi=180° , so we’ll use the transforming formula: If 180………………..pi 1400……………….x Let’s cross multiply: x*180=1400*pi x = 1400*pi/180 x = 140*pi/18 x = 70*pi/9

  • MATH

Calculate the product P = tg 1*tg 2*tg 3*….*tg 89!

We’ll use the formula tg(90-a) = ctg a But ctg a = 1/tg a, where a=1,2,3,,…44 P=tg1*tg2*…*tg44*tg45*(1/tg44)*…*(1/tg2)*(1/tg1) By reducing the similar terms, we’ll get: P=1

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Why might there be some hesitation on the parts of some women today to call themselves…

This is a very distinctive and interesting question. I think that it’s a timely one and a question where there might not be one distinct answer. The term “feminist” has undergone some revisionist…

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  • MATH

Calculate 4^x + 2^x+1 = 80

4^x+2^x+1 = 80. To find x . solution: We know that 4^x = (2^x )^2 So the given equation is equivalent to: (2^x)^2+2^x+1-80 = 0. Or y^2 + y -79 = 0, where y = 2^x. y1 = [-1+sqrt(1+4*79)]/2 or y2 =…

  • SCIENCE

What are the main differences between alligators and crocidiles?

I certainly think it is appropriate that Bullgatortail answers this question for you. Primary differences include: They belong to two different taxonomic families. Alligators’ heads are wider and…

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  • POETRY

Anyone got around 10 line poem on ‘Passion’?

It’s slightly shorter than ten lines, but I would recommend “A Poet to his Beloved” by W.B. Yeats: BRING you with reverent hands The books of my numberless dreams, White woman that passion has…

  • LITERATURE

Different representations of child and childhood reflected in books.

My guess is that you will find many examples of how childhood is seen in literature. In my mind, the most lasting representations of childhood through literature are where seemingly transcendent…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What are the main ideas for Chapters 1-22 in To Kill a Mockingbird?

That’s quite a question, and it certainly cannot be given in great detail here. However, here is a quick breakdown. CHAPTER 1: General background information and introduction of Dill. 2: Scout’s…

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  • SCIENCE

What are some diseases caused by fungi?

Diseases caused by fungi tend to be in areas that are easily reached by things in the environment; they are found on the skin, in the lungs, in the ears. Fungal diseases that affect internal organs…

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  • BEOWULF

What were the responsibilities of the king who is the state to his people? What makes a…

The epic poem Beowulf begins as an honor to the ideal, Christian King Beowulf: LO, praise of the prowess of people-kingsof spear-armed Danes, … a good king he!To him an heir was afterward…

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  • THE MONKEY’S PAW

How does the reaction of the mother and father change about the monkey’s paw ?

During the course of the W. W. Jacobs short story, Mr. and Mrs. White’s view of the paw undergoes several changes. When the old soldier first reveals the paw, they are curious. Their fascination…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is the synopsis of Steven W. Mosher’s book titled Broken Earth: The Rural Chinese?

Steve W. Mosher wrote Broken Earth: The Rural Chinese while a Ph.D. candidate in anthropology at Stanford University in California. Mosher spent a year in China and, after a difficult time…

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  • THE GIFT OF THE MAGI

By referring to relevant incident in “The Gift of the Mag,i” state how material possessions are…

This is the whole point of this short story. We can see that material possessions are not important to true love because of the way that the story ends, in particular. At the end of the story, Jim…

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  • SCIENCE

If a person person continues to have seizures and not seek medical help, what long term effect…

Seizures occur due to abnormal discharges in the brain. The brain uses electrochemical impulses to produce feelings, thoughts, and movements within the body. When the electrochemical impulses are…

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  • SCIENCE

What are the cause of high level of protein in aspirated fluid and what is the treatment for…

You have protein in your synovial fluid drained from the knee because the synovial membrane is inflammed. Plasma proteins from the blood diffuse into the knee joint in response to inflammation….

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  • AENEID

Why does Virgil not describe Ulysses (Odysseus) as a hero in the Aeneid?

One reason Virgil doesn’t call Ulysses, the Latin version of the Greek name Odysseus, a hero is because Ulysses is the Greek king of Ithaca, part of the Danaan people and part of the armies that…

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  • SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS

Extract the uses of imagery in Sonnet 2.

I am assuming you are referring to Sonnet 2 by Shakespeare, no? When forty winters shall beseige thy brow, And dig deep trenches in thy beauty’s field,Thy youth’s proud livery, so gazed on now,…

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  • SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS

Extract and explain the use of imagery in Shakespeare’s Sonnet 2.

Shakespeare’s sonnet 2 romantically centers on the temporal nature of beauty. The poet suggests that physical beauty, superficial and temporary, can live on through the gift of a child. William…

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  • SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS

Can you explain both stanzas in Petrarch’s “Sonnet II”?

A Petrarchan sonnet, which is the original form of sonnet as penned by Petrarch, is written in a two-stanza form with an octave followed by a sestet, as in Petrarch’s “Sonnet II.” As a point of…

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  • WUTHERING HEIGHTS

How has new criticism impacted critical perspective on Wuthering Heights?

Literature as a thing unto itself without author/historical intent: New Criticism New Criticism’s synonyms = objective criticism, practical criticism, textual criticism, close reading According…

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  • THE GIVER

How do they assign assignments in The Giver?In terms of how they chose who is to be what and how…

In this book, the whole society is totally controlled by the government. The government decides, for example, when you are ready to raise a child and they decide what child you will get. It is…

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  • MATH

Find sin x if cosx = 1/2sqrt 3 .

cosx = 1/2sqrt(3) We need to find sin x we know that sin^2 + cos^2 =1 ==> sinx= +-sqrt(1-cos^x) Now substitute with cos x ==> sinx = +-sqrt(1-1/2qrt3)^2) = +-sqrt(1-1/4*3)…

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  • MATH

Determine the value of n in thelimit lim[ lnx(1 + nx]/x = 3 if x -> 0

lim[lnx(1+nx)]/x we nee to determine n when x–>0 Let us simplify: lim[ln(1+nx)]/x= lim[ln(1+nx)]* lim 1/x = lim1/x * lim ln(1+nx) = lim ln(1+nx)^1/x…

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  • MATH

Solve the expression sin pi/6 – cos pi/3 .

sin(pi/6) -cos(pi/3) sin (pi/6)= sin(180/6) = sin (30)=1/2 cos (pi/3)= cos(180/3)= cos(60)=1/2 Then sin(pi/6)-cos(pi/3)=1/2 – 1/2 =0

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  • MATH

Find out x if lgx = -lg2.

lgx=-lg2 lg x= (-1)*lg 2 = lg (2^-1) = lg (1/2) lgx= lg(1/2) We know that if: lg x = lg y Then, x=y Since lg x = lg (1/2) ==> x= 1/2

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  • MATH

Determine z^4 +1/z^4 using the cube complex roots of the unit .

The cube roots of unity are the soltions od x^3-1 = 0. Or (x-1)(x^2+x+1)= 0. So x-1 is the real root and w and w^2 are the roots of x^2+x+1= which are [(-1+sqr(1-4)]/2 = [-1+sqrt(-3)]/2 and (-1 -…

  • MATH

If we have the expression E = x^4 + 4 calculate x1 + x2 +x3 + x4 where x1,2,3,4 roots of the…

E=x^4+4 This is a 4 degree function, then it has 4 roots (x1,x2,x3,and x4) The standard formula for the function is: ax^4+bx^3+cx^2+dx+e According Viete’s rule, we know that: x1+x2+x3+x4= -b/a…

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  • MATH

Demonstrate that the vertex of the parabola y = x^2 + 5x + 1 is in the third quadrant .

To show that vetex of the parabola y = x^2+5x+1 is in 3rd quadrant. Solution: y = x^2+5x+1 = y+ 2*(5/2)x + (5/2)^2 – (5/2)^2+1= (x+5/2)^2 – (21/4). Or (x+5/2)^2 = y+(21/4) is a parabola. Compare…

  • SCIENCE

What causes ADHD in children?What causes ADHD in children?

The cause of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is not entirely known but research has discovered some possible links. ADHD could be caused by brain structure, functionality of certain…

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  • MATH

Knowing that f(x) = x^4 + 1 determine S = x1 + x2 + x3 + x4 and T = x1^2 + x2^2 +x3^2 + x4^2

f(x) = x^4+1 according Viete rule: We know that x1+x2+x3+x4=-b/a= 0 Then S=0 (x1+x2+x3+x4)^2 = (x1+x2+x3+x4)(x1+x2+x3+x4) Open brackets: S^2 =x1^2+x1*x2+x1*x3+x1*x4+x2*x1+x2^2+x2*x3+x2*x4…

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  • MATH

If 3six = 2cosx find x.

3sinx=2cos x We know that sin^2 +cos^2=1 ==> cosx= sqrt(1-sin^2 x) Substitute: 3sinx = 2sqrt(1-sin^2x) 9sin^2 x= 4(1-sin^2 x) 9sin^2 x = 4-4sin^2 x 13sin^2 x = 4 sin^2 x= 4/13 sin x =…

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  • GENERAL PROLOGUE TO THE CANTERBURY TALES

Discuss the prologue to The Canterbury Tales as a Mirror to fourteenth century English…

You can read the enhanced version of the Prologue here on eNotes. What you will find are setting markers that place it in the 14th century. First of all, a group of people is making a pilgrimage to…

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