# Can you show me how to write a good resume format?

**REFERENCE**

**Can you show me how to write a good resume format?**

The idea behind writing a good resume is to promote your value as a potential employee, highlighting your skills and successes, while keeping this personal profile short, to the point, and…

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**THE LOVE SONG OF J. ALFRED PRUFROCK**

**In “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock,” what is the meaning and significance of the line: “To…**

One possible significance of the line “To have squeezed the universe into a ball” from T.S. Eliot’s poem “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” is that it is very possibly an allusion (or reference)…

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**SONNET 18**

**How many figures of speech are there in “Sonnet 18” by Shakespeare?**

Crucial to understanding this excellent sonnet revolves around your appreciation of how the ideas expressed in this sonnet are structured. The sonnet begins with a question in the first line that…

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**MACBETH**

**What evidence is there that Banquo is suspicious of Macbeth in Shakespeare’s Macbeth?**

I don’t think there is direct evidence, but you can certainly interpret it as either suspicion or just plain old curiosity. At the beginning of the scene, Banquo notes to Macbeth that part of the…

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**SILAS MARNER**

**What affect does Silas have on Godfrey in Silas Marner?**

Silas’ effect on Godfrey is circumstantial, and by that I mean that prior to Molly’s death and Silas’ adoption of Eppie, Silas is nothing more to Godfrey than the weird outsider. Once Silas adopts…

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**SILAS MARNER**

**What effect does Silas have on the gathering at the party?**

Silas entered the party in a state of shock (if you are referring to the New Year’s Eve party) accusing Jem and others of stealing his gold. In the middle of this shock, people were also astonished…

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**MATH**

**What is the integral of f(x) = (tan x) ^4?**

We have to find Int [f(x)] = Int [(tan x) ^4 dx] => Int [(tan x) ^2 * (tan x) ^2 dx] => Int [(tan x) ^2 * ((sec x) ^2 – 1) dx] => Int [(tan x) ^2 * (sec x) ^2 – (tan x) ^2 dx] =>…

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**SILAS MARNER**

**What discovery does Silas make at the end of the chapter in Silas Marner?**

At the end of the chapter after Silas Marner finds the baby asleep by his fire, he enters a state of semi shock in which he starts remembering the past. Then, after he snaps out of it, he realizes…

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**SILAS MARNER**

**What immediate change does the child bring about in Silas in Silas Marner?**

The immediate change that the child brings about in Silas was that he first thought that it was his little sister who died in childhood and that maybe God had sent her back. Upon thinking this, a…

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**SILAS MARNER**

**What is the significance of Silas’ mistaking the yellow curls for his gold in Silas Marner?**

The significance is that it denotes the insane obsession that Silas Marner had over the gold that he had lost, and it is also significant because what would happen now is that Silas will start…

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**MATH**

**Find the equation of the circle that passes through (8, 0), (0, 6) and (0, 0).**

We start with the general equation of the circle: x^2 + y^2 + ax + by + c = 0 Now substitute the values for the coordinates from the points the circle passes through For (8, 0) we have 64 + 0 + 8x…

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**THE SIGNAL-MAN**

**Compare the short stories “The Signal-Man” by Dickens and “The Red Room” by H. G. Wells.**

The worst of all the things that haunt poor mortal man…is, in all its nakedness–Fear! Fear that will not have light nor sound, that will not bear with reason, that deafens and darkens and…

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**MATH**

**Write the expression in the standard form (3-i)/(2+7i).**

Let z = a + bi = ( 3 – i) / ( 2 + 7i) => a + bi = ( 3-i)/( 2 + 7i) multiply the numerator and denominator by ( 2-7i) => a + bi = (3 – i)( 2 – 7i) / (2 + 7i)( 2 – 7i) => a + bi = (6 – 2i -…

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**MATH**

**What is x if lg(2x+2)=lg(8+3x)/(x-2)?**

We have to find x given that lg(2x+2)=lg(8+3x)/(x-2) Now log (a/b) = log a – log b lg(2x+2)=lg(8+3x)/(x-2) => lg (2x + 2) = lg ( 8 + 3x) – lg ( x -2 ) => lg (2x + 2) – lg ( 8 + 3x) + lg ( x…

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**HISTORY**

**What conditions caused Europeans to undertake a dangerous voyage and settle in an unknown and…**

Since you use the word “settle” I assume that you are talking about actual settlers like those who came to Jamestown and Massachusetts rather than those who were simply exploring, like Da Gama and…

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**MATH**

**What is the antiderivative of y=1/(cosx+7)?**

To find the anti-derivative of y = 1/(cosx+7). We put tanx/2 = t. We differentiate tanx/2 = t and get sec^2x/2 * (1/2) dx = dt. dx = 2dt/sec^2x/2 = 2dt/(1+t^2). cosx = 2cos^2x/2 -1 = 2/(t^2+1) -1…

**MATH**

**Solve for x, y and z, given the following equations: x + y + z = 6 2x – y + 3z = 9 -x + 2y + 2z = 9**

We have to solve for x, y and z using x + y + z = 6 … (1) 2x –y + 3z = 9 … (2) -x + 2y + 2z = 9 … (3) Add (1) and (3) => 3y + 3z = 15 => y + z = 5 Substitute this in (1) => x + 5 =…

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**MATH**

**Solve for x and y using the following system of equations: x^2 + y^2 = 10 2x + y = 1**

We have to solve for x and y using the equations x^2+y^2=10…(1) 2x+y=1 …(2) (2) => y = 1 – 2x substitute this for y in (1) => x^2 + ( 1- 2x)^2 = 10 => x^2 + 1 – 4x + 4x^2 = 10 =>…

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**POETRY**

**What were the new trends and techniques in twentieth century poetry?What were the new trends and…**

I am not certain that anything in the 20th Century can be described as “new,” but I do believe that one feature of modern poetry is the affirmation of individual voice. Particularly, in the realm…

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**MATH**

**The sum of three numbers in an A . P. is 27 and their product is 405. Find the numbers.**

The three numbers are in AP, so we can denote them as x , x + a and x + 2a Now x + x + a + x + 2a = 27 => 3x + 3a = 27 => x + a = 9 Their product is equal to x ( x +a ) (x +2a ) = 405…

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**MATH**

**What is the best method to solve the system : substitution or elimination x-y=6 -2x+2y=1**

To solve the system of equations with elimination and substitution x – y = 6 …(1)y = x^2+3 2x + 2y = 1 …(2) 2*(1) + (2) => 2x – 2y + 2x + 2y = 12 + 1 => 4x = 13 => x = 13/4 y = x – 6 =…

**MATH**

**Decide if g(x)=square root(x-3) has inverse for x>=0**

Let us replace g(x) with y. => y = sqrt (x – 3) square the two sides => y^2 = x – 3 add 3 to both the sides => x = y^2 + 3 exchange x and y => y = x^2 + 3 We see that y is defined for…

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**MATH**

**Write down the equation of the line that passes through the point (-2,4) and (3, -5).**

The equation between two points ( x1, y1) and ( x2 , y2) is given by ( y- y1) = [ ( y2 – y1) / (x2 – x1)]*(x – x1) Now we have the points (-2,4) and (3,-5) Substituting the values we get: y – 4 = […

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**MATH**

We have the equation |2x-5|=9 Now if 2x – 5 > 0 => x > 5/2 Also (2x – 5) = 9 => 2x = 14 => x = 7 As 7 > 5/2 , this is valid. If 2x – 5 < 0 => x < 5/2 Also , ( 5 – 2x ) =…

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**Waar kan men een Uro Vamtac S3 civil, kopen of bestellenReeds zeer veel afgezocht op internet…**

Hoi bbaabo, Ik zag je mail op deze pagina. Er is geen verkooppunt in Nederland, maar ik ben de agent voor UROVESA voor ned. en bel. De voertuigen worden gefabriceerd in Spanje. Tweedehands zijn er…

**MATH**

We have to solve for x given that x=(x+6)^1/2 x = (x+6)^1/2 square both the sides => x^2 = x + 6 => x^2 – x – 6 = 0 => x^2 – 3x + 2x – 6 =0 => x (x – 3) + 2(x – 3) = 0 => (x + 2)(x -…

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**MATH**

**What is the power of M(8,3) with respect to the circle x^2+y^2-25=0 ?**

The power of M with respect to circle C is: p(M) = d^2 – r^2 d – is the distance from M to the center of the circle C. We’ll calculate d^2 = 8^2 + 3^2 d^2 = 64 + 9 d^2 = 73 p(M) = 73 – 25 p(M) = 48…

**THE TEMPEST**

**How would a contemporary Jacobean audience view Shakespeare’s presentation of marriage in The…**

We need to remember that marriage was a very different institution and phenomenon in the time of Shakespeare than it is today. During this time, the only possible career open to women was to marry…

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**BUSINESS**

**What can price tell a business owner in terms of decisions that must be made? (See below)Price…**

I assume that you are talking about the price at which the business’s good or service can be sold. If so, the best answer for this is A. The price that your firm gets for a good or service does…

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**MATH**

**Write the equation of the circle that passing through the points A(3,1), B(-1,3).The center of…**

Let the equation of the circle be (x – h)^2 + (y – k)^2 = r^2 Now the center lies on the line 3x – y – 2 = 0 => 3h – k – 2 = 0 Also, as the circle passes through the points (3,1) and (-1,3) (3 -…

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**MATH**

**Evaluate the definite integral of y=4x^7+5x^-1+6sinx if x=1 to x=2.**

We have to find the definite integral of y = 4x^7 + 5x^-1 + 6sinx if x=1 to x=2. Int [ y] = Int [4x^7 + 5x^-1 + 6 sin x] => Int [4x^7] + Int [5x^-1] + Int [6 sin x] => (4/8)x^8 + 5 ln x – 6…

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**MATH**

**Find the indefinite integral of f(x)=7x^-1+6/(1+x^2)+7x^2**

We have to find the integral of f(x)=7x^-1+6/(1+x^2)+7x^2 Now Int [ f(x)] = Int [ 7x^-1+6/(1+x^2)+7x^2] = Int [7x^-1] + Int [6/(1+x^2)] + Int [7x^2] = 7 ln x + 6 arc tan x + (7/3)x^3 + C Therefore…

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**MATH**

**Determine the convergence of the series Sum1/(n^2+17), n=1 to n=infinite**

We’ll use the integral test to determine the convergence of the given series. We know that if: Int f(x)dx, x = 1 to x = infinite, converges, then the series Sum1/(n^2+17) converges. We’ll determine…

**THE SKY IS GRAY**

**How do you tie Kristeva’s idea of unconscious with “The Sky is Gray”?**

It is interesting that Ernest Gaines’s story, “The Sky is Gray,” is much like Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill a Mockingbird: It was published in the early 1960s, but had as its setting the Jim Crow…

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**JOHN STUART MILL**

**John Stuart Mill argued for pleasure as being the utility that defines what is best for human…**

This statement is true. John Stuart Mill does say that pleasure is really the only thing that people seek as a goal for the actions that they take. Mill says that it is not really possible for…

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**IMMANUEL KANT**

**Immanuel Kant’s categorical imperative maintains that we should always act so as to bring about…**

This statement is absolutely false. In fact, it is more or less the direct opposite of what Kant really says in his categorical imperative. This statement is more of a statement of Mill’s or…

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**IMMANUEL KANT**

**According to Kant, the rational agent should not only know what is right,… but should also be…**

This statement is not true. To Kant, the only proper reason for acting in some certain way is because that action is a person’s duty. The only thing that should (not does) motivate a person to…

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**ARISTOTLE**

**Aristotle has maintained that eudaimonia is that which peopleA. …should avoid. B….**

The best answer to this question is B. Eudaimonia is something that all people should want to seek. This is because eudaimonia is the highest good that Aristotle can imagine. Aristotle used the…

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**THE SOULS OF BLACK FOLK**

**In “The Souls of Black Folk” by W.E.B. DuBois, are the souls gendered?**

I would expect that the answer is “yes,” as nearly everything seems to be gendered, often along fairly predictable lines. That’s not a very helpful answer, of course, so I’ll add some…

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**PHILOSOPHY**

**Who was the philosopher who did NOT believe that genuine moral dilemmas were possible? A….**

If a moral dilemma is considered that in order to do the right thing, one has to do the wrong thing. Immanuel Kant is the most famous philosopher who said moral dilemmas are not possible. He said…

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**BUSINESS**

**Comment on the idea that index numbers are indispensable tools in day to day life.**

Index numbers can be very important in the daily life of someone who is involved in macroeconomics, but they can also be somewhat imprecise indicators of the things that they are supposed to…

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**UNTOUCHABLE**

**Is the novel Untouchable relevant today?**

I would say that the work is relevant today, given how Prime Minister Manmohan Singh endorsed the 2004 release of the commemorative edition. The idea of ostracizing members of a community because…

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**BUSINESS**

**What are the disadvantages of stock exchange securities?**

The major disadvantage of investing in stocks is that you can lose all or part of the money that you have invested. For example, the Dow Jones Industrial Average here in the United States (a…

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**EDGAR A. GUEST**

**What is the theme of “Equipment” by Edgar A. Guest?**

The theme of this poem is that people are responsible for their own fate. The poet is saying that all people have the “equipment” to succeed. God has given them everything that they need, now it…

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**THE GARDEN PARTY: AND OTHER STORIES**

**Explain the characteristics of Laura in “The Garden Party.”**

This excellent short story by Katherine Mansfield focuses on the thoughts and feelings of Laura Sheridan and the way that we see her develop during the action of the plot. Clearly, Mansfield…

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**WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS**

**Explanation of (The Lake Isle of Innisfree)?I want the explanation and an analysis stanza by stanza.**

There is a popular story that William Butler Yeats wrote this poem ‘The Lake Isle Of Inisfree’ whilst experiencing a suden pang of homesickness caused by the sound of a trickling fountain among the…

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**MY LAST DUCHESS**

**Discuss the statement about the sculpture of Neptune taming a sea-horse to which the Duke of…**

Modeled after Alfonso II, the fifth and last Italian duke of the principality of Ferrera, which later became part of the Papal states, the proud, possessive, and selfish Duke of Ferrera is a great…

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**EMILY BRONTË**

**Brontë : “The Night is Darkening Round Me” As a beginner in poetry analysis, how can I…**

In Emily Bronte’s “The Night is Darkening Round Me,” each stanza (four-line grouping of lines) reflects the sense repeated at the end of each stanza that the speaker cannot go. The words, as well…

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**MACBETH**

**Which characters in Macbeth would you say are more like Beowulf, and which would you say are more…**

Beowulf is a hero who showed his loyalty and sense of duty in going to help Hrothgar and his people as they helped Beowulf’s father. He is strong, fearless, and loyal to family. I would venture to…

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**WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT**

**ThanatopsisHow does thanatopsis reveal that romantic conviction that the universe far from…**

I would look at the part where the speaker is talking about how dead people become one with nature. I think that this is really the heart of the poem — it is where Bryant is portraying the…