Can you say which are the linguistic devices that most appear in Equus?

# Can you say which are the linguistic devices that most appear in Equus?

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5.0 x 10^24 molecules = ____ liters (5 times ten to the 24th power molecules is equal to how…

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Can you say which are the linguistic devices that most appear in Equus?

One of the prominent linguistic devices that Shaffer uses in Equus is the horses’ chorus. Alluding to the role of the chorus in ancient Greek theatre, the horses’ chorus in Equus is used to…

• MATH

factor the expressions a) 18a^3*b^2-27a^4 b) 25y^2-16 c) z^6-144 d)m^3-125

1. a) 18a^3*b^2-27a^4 Let us factor 9a^3 ==> 9a^3 ( 2b^2 – 3a) b) 25y^2-16 The equation is perect square which we could factor as follow: a^2 – b^2 = (a-b)(a+b) a^2= 25y^2 ==> a= 5y b^2 = 16…

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• MATH

If tan a = b/c prove that c*cos2a + b*sin2a = c .

tan a = b/c prove that: c*cos2a + b sin2a = c We know that : sin 2a = 2tan a / (1+ tan^2 a ) ==> b sin2a = b*[2tan a / (1+ tan^2 a] cos2a = (1-tan^2 a)/(1+ tan^2 a) ==> c*cos2a = c*(1-…

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• MATH

Determine the values of the trigonometric functions of angle a if P is a point on the terminal…

p (3,4) IS ON the terminal side of angle a: ==> sin a = opposite/ hypetenuse opposite = y = 4 adjacent = x= 3 hypotenuse = sqrt(y^2 + x^2) = sqrt(9 + 16) = 5 ==> sina = 4/5 ==> cosa = 3/5…

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• MATH

Combine into a single fractio in lowest terms 6(a+1)/(a+8) – 3(a-4)/(a+8) – 2(a+5)/(a+8)

Let E = 6(a+ 1)/(a+8) – 3(a-4)/(a+8) – 2(a+5)/(a+ 8) We already have a common denominator: ==> E = [6(a+ 1)-3(a-4) – 2(a+5)]/(a+8) Open brackets: ==? E = (6a + 6 – 3a + 12 – 2a – 10)/(a+ 8) Now…

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• MATH

If a=4 and b=7 calculate the value of (a+a/b)/(a-a/b).

a= 4 b= 7 (a+a/b) (a-a/b) Let us rewrite: (a+ a/b)(a- a/b)= (a^2 – (a/b)^2) = 4^2 – (4/7)^2 = 16 – 16/49 = 784 – 16 /…

• MATH

Sove for x in |2x-6|=|4-5x| .

l 2x – 6l = l 4-5x l That means we have 4 possible ways to solve: 1) (2x – 6) = (4 – 5x) ==> 7x = 10 ==> x = 10/7 2) -(2x-6) = (4-5x) ==> -2x + 6 = 4 – 5x ==> 3x = -2 ==> x = -2/3…

• MATH

Find the element of the set S={x/x^2+2x-8 < 0}

S = { x: x^2 + 2x – 8 < 0} x^2 + 2x – 8 < 0 Let us factor: ==> ( x+4)(x-2) < 0 ==> (x+4) < 0 and (x-2) > 0 ==> x < -4 and x > 2 (impossible) OR: (x+4) > 0…

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• MATH

3x^2 – 13x – 10 > 0 First let us factor: ( 3x^2 – 13 x -10 = (3x +2)(x-5) ==> (3x+2)(x-5) > 0 That means: (3x+2) > 0 and (x-5)> 0 ==> x > -2/3 and x > 5 ==> x…

• SCIENCE

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How does the use of nature affect the mood and ideology of the poems “The Passionate Shepherd to…

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• SCIENCE

The melting point of element X is 686 degree C. X is a good conductor of electricity in it’s…

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• SCIENCE

Which one of these NH4CL(s), CuCL2(s), SiCL4(l) contains both ionic and covalent bond and…

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• THE CRUCIBLE

Identify other arguments and quarrels and then consult your impression of them in everyday…

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• THE CRUCIBLE

What evidence in the text shows pressures on individual men to conform to what society…

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Is there any lesson that we can learn from The Grapes of Wrath?Is there any lesson that we can…

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Do you think the narrator in Invisible Man finds his individuality?Do you think the narrator in…

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• CHEMISTRY

Proportion methodA x weight of calcium carbonate is reacting with hydrochloric acid to produce…

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What is meant by “so we must laugh and drink from the deep blue cup of the sky” in the poem…

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• SCIENCE

Are MAST trousers still used?

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• REFERENCE

Can principals “require” all teachers to read a certain book over the summer?Our new principal,…

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• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Describe Burris Ewell in To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.

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• MATH

Out of all of my summer work i dont understand graphing…can somwone please…

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• SCIENCE

What is chemotherapy composed of that it can kill cancer cells but at the same time not kill…

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• MATH

2x + 3y = 2 x – 3y = 7 find x and y

2x + 3y = 2 ……..(1) x – 3y = 7 ……….(2) Using the elimination method, add both (1) and (2): ==> 3x = 9 ==> divide by 3: ==> x = 3 Now to find y value using the substitution…

• MATH

l 2x+5 l < 6 solve for x values:

l 2x + 5 l < 6 That means: (2x+5) < 6 or -(2x+5) < 6 We could rewrite as follow: ==> -6 < 2x + 5 < 6 Subtract 5 from all sides: ==> -11 < 2x < 1 Now divide by 2:…

• MATH

sqrt(x^2 +5) = x+ 2

sqrt(x^2 + 5) = x+2 First let us square both sides: ==> x^2 + 5 = (x+2)^2 Now open brackets: ==> x^2 + 5 = x^2 + 4x + 4 Now reduce similar: ==> 5 = 4x + 4 ==> Now subtract 4: ==> 1…

• MATH

solve the follwing: ln e^3 + ln x^2 = ln (e^5)*x

ln e^3 + ln x^2 = ln *e^5*x We know that: ln a^b = b ln a ==> 3ln e + 2ln x = ln (e^5)*x Also, we know that ln x+ ln y = ln x*y ==> 3ln e + 2 ln x = ln e^5 + ln x ==> 3ln e + 2 ln x = 5 ln…

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• MATH

if sinx = 9/25 find cosx , csecx , secx, and tanx

sinx = 9/25 First we will calculate the csecx. We know that : csecx= 1/sinx ==> csecx = 1/(9/25) = 25/9 Now let us calculate the cosx: We know that: sin^2 x + cos^2 x = 1 ==? cos^2 x = 1 – sin^2…

• MATH

find the height of the rsquare based prisim if you know that area of base is 36m and volume is…

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In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, what are the targets of Twain’s satire in the Grangerford…

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