Claudius is a black hearted villian who is justly punished while for others he is a good king who…

Claudius is a black hearted villian who is justly punished while for others he is a good king who…

  • MATH

Find the domain of the function f(x)=1/(x^2-x)?

f(x)= 1/(x^2-x) The domain of f(x) is all x values in witch f(x) is defined. f(x) ia undefined if x^2-x =0 ==> x^2-x= 0 ==> x(x-1)=0 ==> x={0,1} then f domain is all real number except…

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  • HAMLET

Claudius is a black hearted villian who is justly punished while for others he is a good king who…

In my mind, he is the former, though I don’t necessarily agree that death is a fitting punishment. When he considers his sins and feels great remorse for them, he still notes how he is unwilling…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What was the reaction of the majority of Maycomb County to Tom’s death? (Chapters 19-22)Why do…

Please note that Tom Robinson does not get killed until Chapter 24 and the discussion of the reaction is in Chapter 25. In Chapter 25, the author says that most of the people (white people, at…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Why can “who you know” be as important as “what you know”?And whats a good personal…

Who you know can be as important as what you know because many hiring decisions are made on the basis of personal connections. It is certainly not always the case, but it does happen. Typically,…

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  • ROMANTICISM

what are Coleridge’s concepts of PRIMARY IMAGINATION & SECONDARY IMAGINATION?explain in lucid…

Coleridge, in his Biographia Literaria, investigated into the ontology of poetry, i.e. how poetry is born.In his view, it is Imagination which is responsible for the birth of poetry. He…

  • POETRY

In “The Emperor of Ice-Cream” by Wallace Stevens, how do the words contribute to the image…

The most pronounced affect these words and phrases have is to create a sense of duality and ambiguity in the poem “The Emperor of Ice-Cream” by Wallace Stevens: wenches, last month’s newspapers,…

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  • LITERATURE

what kind of articles did Holmes write?this question about the novel the sign of four by Sir…

“Oh, didn’t you know?” [Holmes] cried, laughing. “Yes, I have been guilty of several monographs. They are all upon technical subjects. Here, for example, is one ‘Upon the Distinction between the…

  • SCIENCE

How can you not get the flu?

The flu(influenza) is a contagious viral disease that is endemic to most parts of the world. It is transmitted from person to person by direct contact and by brathing in the virus. Proper hygiene…

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  • SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS

What kind of metaphors does Shakespeare use in his sonnets in general?Like above, I would like to…

Shakespeare’s sonnets address the following subjects: friendship, love, jealousies, rejection, harmonious affection. Major metaphors used: time devouring everything, seasons and weather mirroring…

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  • DÉSIRÉE’S BABY

Could you help me please about this topic on “Désirée’s baby” short story.(Kate Chopin) How…

The fire that Armand built was intended to burn Desiree’s belongings and her child’s. Fire, as s symbol of rebirth and destruction is also the element that disconects Armand from his present…

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  • SCIENCE

Since there are many compounds and functional groups in organic chemistry, any techniques to…

Organic is difficult. If you are at the stage of taking a final exam, cramming with compounds and functional groups now is unlikely to do you much good. There are definitely some that you need to…

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  • SCIENCE

What does a pathologist do?

A pathologist is a medical doctor that specializes in the study of disease. After medical school they undergo additional training in the study of pathology.They can work in a few different areas…

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  • HISTORY

What are the drawbacks to an international approach to foreign aid? Thank you very much!

When you use this term, I assume that you are talking about having lots of countries get together to give foreign aid (rather than having individual countries give aid on their own). If so, a…

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  • HISTORY

What are the benefits of an international approach to foreign aid? Thank you very much!

When you use this term, I assume that you are talking about having lots of countries get together to give foreign aid (rather than having individual countries give aid on their own). If so, the…

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  • CARL SANDBURG

Discuss the historical significance of the places named in Carl Sandburg’s poem “Grass”.

In the Battle of Austerlitz, Napoleon didn’t win as conclusively against the Allied army as as he wanted,but experts now see that the original plan was a tactical masterpiece and so it is often…

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  • BILLY COLLINS

What is the significance of the names in Billy Collins’ poem “The Names”?

“The Names” by Billy Collins seems to be an homage to those who sacrificed their lives, peace of mind, health or a myriad of other things in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. Written on the…

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  • TO A LOCOMOTIVE IN WINTER

Describe the tone of Walt Whitman’s “To a Locomotive in Winter.”

The tone of this poem is celebratory and full of admiration. This is shown in the first stanza when Whitman describes the locomotive in action. Notice how Whitman uses positive and flattering…

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  • POETRY

Describe the woman who is the speaker of “Her Kind” by Anne Sexton

Anne Sexton is a confessional poet who draws historical and mythical analogies to her battle with bipolar disorder, depression, and suicide. In “Her Kind,” Sexton’s speaker compares herself to a…

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  • THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn how does the first-person narration affect the events shown?

Well, what does Huck represent? He’s a little, but smart and tough minded, boy, right? Thus, who’s perspective is the book told from? Thus, what does it indicate about his mind? Further, you say…

  • LAW AND POLITICS

How does someone prove that their ex accepted a position in which he is over-qualified and under…

My sincerest condolences for your current position. You didn’t mention whether or not your had an attorney yet, or how far the divorce had proceeded at this point. Divorce laws are tricky from…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

explain clearly the love-story of Touchstone and Audrey.it is from act III, scene 3

The romantic notion of love is thwarted by Touchstone and Audrey, as their marriage is basically a contract. Audrey is attracted by courtly manners and as soon as she meets Touch stone she finds…

  • NOTES ON THE STATE OF VIRGINIA

How would you summarize Jefferson’s views of the people he calls, in Notes on the State of…

Although Jefferson is famous for having owned slaves (and having had children with one of them) he was not in favor of slavery. He argued that it was bad for the masters and for the slaves….

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  • MATH

What is the derived set for infinite bounded subset of R?

If S is a proper set of R, then a real number x belonging to S is said to be a limit point of S if for any epsilon (arbrarily small), the neighbourhood of x, that is, x-epsolon < x <…

  • SCIENCE

how can i contact facebook about my name? because it wont accept it and im using my real name!…

Your full first and last name must be listed. Nicknames can be listed if they are a variation of your first or last name, but only in the format “First Name ‘Nickname’ Lastname.”

  • CARL SANDBURG

Explain six points of comparison between fog and cats in regard to Sandburg’s poem “Fog.”

I think that there are a number of ways that you can say that fog and cats are similar. Both of them are very quiet and move quietly. Obviously, fog can’t make noise, but it also deadens noise and…

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  • THE ONES WHO WALK AWAY FROM OMELAS

In “The Ones Who Walk Away from Ornelas,” what does Le Guin mean by this quote?”Happiness is…

Le Guin is stating the formula for the happiness that characterizes the fictional city of Ornelas. She is saying that happiness is based on the ability to tell the difference among what are…

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  • MARTIN LUTHER

Describe three defining moments in the life of Martin Luther which would radically change his life?

One very important moment in the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is when he was appointed president of the Montgomery Improvement Association. This association was created during the famous…

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  • HISTORY

what were the social, economic and political conditions of Europe in the 1500’s?

One very important thing that was going on during the 16th century was the Protestant Reformation. This was a major blow to the Roman Catholic Church. This massive change that was occurring because…

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  • ESSAY LAB

What should be kept in mind while writing a very attractive PREFACE ?

Keep in mind who will read the preface. Many people will skip it, but many others will certainly want to read it. People who helped you write a book definitely want to be acknowledged in the…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

“It is the encounter with conflict that brings out either courage or cowardice in a…

This is something of a cliche, but I suppose that does not mean it is not true. In this play, the encounter with conflict makes John Proctor become a much better person who is more honest with…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

“Why conflict happens is less important than how it affects people.”Is this statement true or…

I think that the statement is true if you are interested in people’s psychological and moral development, but not if you are interested in history and in preventing mistakes from happening over and…

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  • THE OUTSIDERS

The Outsiders has a theme of appearance, how can that topic be explained, in terms of an essay….

I think that you have identified one of the major things that shows that appearances are not what really matter. The conversations between Ponyboy and Cherry really show that the two groups are…

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  • TEACHERS

How many American teachers employ the “Socratic” method of teaching ?I am looking for feedback…

I would say not many. It is useful to pose questions to students in order for them to ponder an idea and share. Then others could respond. Perhaps in high school, but in middle school, students’…

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  • WILLIAM HAZLITT

Critically examine Hazlitt’s qualities as a critic.Please give a detailed answer not short.

Speaking of his literary criticism, William Hazlitt said: “I say what I think: I think what I feel. I cannot help receiving certain impressions from things; and I have sufficient courage to…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Should the nature of the crime affect a defendants opportunity to plea bargain?A plea bargain is…

So you’re saying that defnedants who are accused of “big” crimes should not be permitted to plea bargain, right? To me, the reason this does not make sense is that plea bargains are not some gift…

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  • GULLIVER’S TRAVELS

How could you justify the following statement regarding Gulliver’s Travels?”Gulliver’s Travels is…

Although the satirical status of Gulliver’s Travels is not in doubt, many people know it better as the classic 1939 Fleischer cartoon, which only adapts the Lilliput section. This introduced the…

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  • THE SCARLET LETTER

By the end of chapter 12, the reader has experienced two incidents of “the scaffold”.What happens…

In the beginning of the book, Hester is standing on the scaffold with the infant Pearl. In the second incident, Rev. Dimesdale is on the scaffold with Hester and Pearl. The first incident shows…

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  • SCIENCE

Has anyone ever heard of Rett Syndrome? Thank you

Rett’s Disorder is a disintegrative disorder that affects toddlers. These children have normal developmental patterns up until about 5 months.They also had a normal perinatal period.These children…

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  • SCIENCE

Why do hurricanes lose power once they reach land?

Because storms draw their power and strength from the water they form over. In shallow waters like the Gulf of Mexico, the surface temperatures tend to be warmer, which can cause the growth of…

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  • THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK

What is the only subject that Anne cannot discuss with her father?

It would be “her mother” She says that she can talk to her dad about everything, everything but her mother. He simply won’t talk about her

  • BUSINESS

In your words what does the term “management” mean?Discuss the role that history plays in our…

Management is a very important and common human activity. Effective management pays a decisive roles in well being of individuals, organizations, societies and event the entire world. Because of…

  • LAW AND POLITICS

Who decides what is obscene?Who decides what is obscene?

In practice, almost nothing is obscene in the United States. Legally, if there is a dispute about whether something is obscene, it would be decided by the court system. The courts are supposed to…

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  • KING LEAR

Analyzing Edmund’s speech “Why ‘bastard’? Wherefore ‘base’?” show how this is a distingushing…

In the opening scene, Edmond is present when Gloucester, talking to Kent, makes crude references to his conception and birth. He publicly reacts as expected. In scene 2, in a soliloquy, Edmond…

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  • BUSINESS

Discuss the role that social responsibility plays in today’s organizations.

For a variety of reasons, I think that companies and business organizations possess a greater level of social responsibility. One need only look at the public relations nightmare within which the…

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  • BUSINESS

Identify and discuss three ways that technological advances have benefited organizations.

I would say that the use of information technology has helped businesses reach new clients and revenue streams. Using the internet and the world wide web has become exactly that- world wide….

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  • HISTORY

Discuss the role that history plays in understanding our history today.

Ideally, the lessons of our history help us understand what is going on in the world today and help us to cope with the problems that we encounter. For example, we can hope that history will tell…

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  • BRAVE NEW WORLD

Analyze Mustapha Mond’s role in Brave New World.Analyze Mustapha Monds role in the novel. How is…

To me, Mustapha Mond is the only character who truly understands the way the society works and knows what its weaknesses are. Without him in the book, we would not have such a good understanding…

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  • BRAVE NEW WORLD

Linda and Lenina In Brave New World In some ways, Linda and Lenina are the most serious rebels of…

Linda and Lenina are two very complex characters in BNW, however, I don’t think that their experiences challenge the idea of the new society being a dystopia, but rather prove it to be such. Yes,…

  • BRAVE NEW WORLD

What are the similarities and differences between John the savage and Bernard Marx in Brave New…

I do not think that these two have much in common. Bernard and John are both at least somewhat dissatisfied with the brave new world, but I am not sure that Bernard’s dissatisfaction is real. Look…

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  • THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

How does his first-person narration affect the selection of incidents and details in this excerpt ?”

The choice of narrator/narrative style has a tremendous impact on the story. Because we learn things from Huck’s perspective and as he realizes them, we see how and why they impact Huck. Since the…

 


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