Describe how the components of a balanced diet contribute to an individuals health at different…

Describe how the components of a balanced diet contribute to an individuals health at different…

  • MATH

Calculate a = |-7| + |-5+2|*(-7) : 3 + 10 – 14 . Calculate |a|

a= l -7l + l -5+2l * (-7) : 3 + 10 – 14 let us calculate each term: l-7l = 7 l -5 + 2l = l-3l = 3 l-5 + 2l*-7 = 3*-7 = -21 Then: a= 7 -21/3 + 10 – 14 = 7 – 7 + 10 – 14 = -4 ==> a= -4…

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  • THE BLITHEDALE ROMANCE

Did Zenobia contradict herself?Her stance on womanhood was that women didn’t need men to be happy…

complexion less fresh than her own, but, to her, not unbecoming. I buy tegretol. wondered what she intended: whether she really would send Dr. John or cheap alfuzosin.

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Describe how the components of a balanced diet contribute to an individuals health at different…

It is important for people of all ages to have a balanced diet. Dietary needs are different for everyone depending age, gender, physical condition, etc. Food sources come from the milk group, meat…

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  • MATH

im thinking of a number between 3 299 875 and 3 300 015 it is a multiple of 10 but not a multiple…

All of the multiples of 10 will end with a zero. You want to exclude any that are multiples of 100, or end with 2 zeroes. You need to begin by finding the first multiple of 10 that comes after…

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  • MATH

Evaluate the definite integral of f(x)=x^2/(x^2 – 6x + 10) from x=3/2 to x=2.

To calculate the definite integral of the given function, we’ll use the substitution method. We’ll calculate Integral of f(x) = x^2/(x^2 – 6x + 10) We notice that if we’ll complete the numrator,…

  • WUTHERING HEIGHTS

How does Emily Bronte portray the character of Heathcliff in chapter 16?

In chapter 16, Catherine has just died after giving birth to young Catherine, a puny baby that is born prematurely. Heathcliff has been keeping vigil outside of the house because Edgar Linton would…

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  • MATH

Differentiate y wrt x y=2^-x*cos2x y=tan[sqrt(x^2-2)] .

y= 2^-x * cos2x we need to diffirentiate y: y= u*v such that: u= 2^-x ==> u’ = -(2^-x) *ln 2 v= cos2x ==> v = -2sin2x Then y’= u’v + uv’ = (-2^-x)*ln2*cos2x -2*2^-x * sin2x…

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  • MATH

Calculate f(2) for f(x) = 10^-x + e^x^2 – 2x^ – 2x .

f(x) = 10^-x + e^x^2 – 2x^-2x f(2) = 10^-2 + e^4 – 2*2^-4 = 1/10^2 + e^4 – 2/2^4 = 1/100 + e^4 – 2/16 = 1/100 + e^4 – 1/8 = (1-12.5)/100 + e^4 = -11.5…

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  • MATH

Log 15 ( 5x + 25 ) = 1 . x = ?

log 15 (5x+25) = 1 We know that log 15 (15) = 1 ==> log 15 (5x + 25) = log 15 (15) now we know that if log a = log b ==> a= b ==> 5x + 25 = 15 Now divide by 5: ==> x + 5 = 3 ==> x=…

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  • MATH

Solve the indefinite integral of f(x)=(2x-5)/(x^2-5x+6) . Then solve the definite integral of f…

f(x) = (2x-5) /(x^2 -5x + 6) F(x)= intg f(x) = intg (2x-5)/(x^2 – 5x + 6) Let u = x^2 – 5x + 6 ==> du = (2x – 5) dx F(x) = intg du/u = ln u = ln (x^2 -5x +6) F(1) =…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Which would you rather be a: a martyr or a hero and why?Which would you rather be a: a martyr or…

Of course it is rather selfish of me, but I’d rather be a hero than a martyr because I don’t want to end up dead. There is a small chance that I could be a hero and then end up living a quiet life…

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  • WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

it is a beauteous evening, calm and freeneed help understanding this poem

This piece is one of William Wordsworth’s. It is in sonnet form, and quite frankly it is a simple as its title. Okay, there is a little more to it than that. But it does stay within (as is most of…

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  • HISTORY

What does this quote mean: “They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary…

To me, it would suggest that, according to whomever made the statement, those who are willing to sacrifice their civil liberties to gain safety from some kind of threat are not deserving of those…

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  • A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND

Compare and contrast the misfit and grandmother. Do they come to seem more different or more…

When the Misfit and his gang come upon the grandmother and her family after the car accident, the reader sees almost immediately that the Misfit is older than the other men, so like the…

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  • BUSINESS

Why all think that free sites are better than paid sites? Is the free sites can convert my Pdf…

All People think that paid sites are better because they got their files without any cost but the paid sites are not best here is many paid sites which charges few amt. and convert your document…

  • THE EPIC OF GILGAMESH

What are your opnions of The Epic of Gilgamesh, and does it relate to life now?Incorporate love…

One of the major elements of Gilgamesh is the friendship between Gilgamesh and Enkidu. They are closer than friends, almost acting as brothers. When Enkidu dies, Gilgamesh is inconsolable….

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  • ANIMAL FARM

What does the windmill in Animal Farm represent in Stalin’s era?

There was no one particular thing (like one dam or one electric power plant) that is represented by the windmill. Instead, the windmill represents the Soviets’ attempts to make their country more…

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  • B. WHITE

What is White’s purpose in the essay “Once More to the Lake”?

E.B. White wrote such classic children novels as Charlotte’s Web and Stuart Little. White was quoted about writing: I find that writing is difficult and bad for one’s disposition.” Strange…

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  • B. WHITE

Aside from description, what other mode of development is implicitly part of the structure of…

“Once More to the Lake” is structured as a chronological narrative; it is developed with passages of exposition as White compares and contrasts the lake he visits with his young son with the lake…

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  • SELF-RELIANCE

What did Emerson mean “It may be safely trusted as proportionate and of good issues, so it be…

In this paragraph, Emerson is talking about how people should be true to who they are. They should realize that they are unique and should be brave enough to stand up and testify about their own…

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  • BUSINESS

What is a product feature?

In general business, product features are all the qualities and characteristics of a product– its size, shape, materials, and its functionalities and capabilities. Of course, the product features…

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  • THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

About what did Holden write in Stradlater’s composition?

When Holden agreed to do the English assignment for Stradlater, he was told that all he had to do was to describe an object. However, the story had reached a turning point and Holden was at the…

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  • THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

Who is more evil- Rainsford or Ivan? Why?

Personally, I do not think that there is any contest here. I do not think that Ivan is as evil as Zaroff, but I do not think Rainsford is evil at all. Therefore, Ivan is more evil than…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What’s the best way to tell someone that you’re sorry?What’s the best way to tell someone that…

I find that the direct approach is usually the best. The apology must be sincere, or the person you are apologizing to, who is probably defensive since they have been offended in some way, will be…

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  • THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

How have Rainsford’s views changed on hunting from the beginning of the story to the end?

I think that Sanger Rainsford’s views on the subject of hunting turn 180 degrees over the course of this story. At the beginning, he sees hunting as sort of harmless fun. By the end, he is much…

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  • THE SCARLET LETTER

What points in the novel can I use to highlight how the novel has shown how Hester is…

One of my points would be to note that Hester takes this permanent mark of the letter ‘A’ on her so seriously, that even at Chillingworth’s mention of the magistrates thinking about letting her…

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  • TWO KINDS

In “Two Kinds”, what is the relationship between the mother and daughter?

Your question identifies the key conflict that drives this short story about the generational differences between a Chinese immigrant to America and her daughter who has been born in America. The…

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  • THE WANDERER

Would you describe the tone of the Old English poem, “The Wanderer,” as resigned, ironic, bitter,…

The Anglo-Saxon poem, “The Wanderer,” is an elegy. An elegy by definition is mournful, mournful either of death or of the loss of a way of life. The tone, the speaker’s attitude toward his…

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  • GREAT EXPECTATIONS

Explain why Miss Havisham summons Joe to Satis House. Describe what happens at their meeting to…

All Joe really had to do was speak to make Pip ashamed, but Joe took it further than that. I think Joe was so nervous to be in the presence of Miss Havisham that he lost common sense for a little…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Defend or refute this statement “There is never a time when revenge is appropriate.”Defend or…

When I think of the word “revenge” I think about an eye for an eye or a life for a life. In a civilized society with a system of justice in place – I agree with this statement that there is never…

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  • THE SCARLET LETTER

What do you think Chillingworth sees when he secretly enters the minister’s room? What effect…

Chillingworth arrives in Salem and no one knows who he really is except Hester, whom he swears to secrecy. He sets out to befriend Dimmesdale because he suspects that he is Pearl’s father….

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  • FRANKENSTEIN

Summarize Frankenstein’s arguments for killing his maker. Do you agree with his…

Do you mean the monster’s argument for wanting to kill Frankenstein or Frankenstein’s argument for wanting to kill the creature he created? Since I am not sure, I will answer both. Frankenstein…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

How is George and Lennie’s dream of owning their own place different from Curly’s wife’s dream?

To me, the real difference between the dream of the two men on the one hand, and the woman on the other, is that the men want to be independent while the woman wants to be famous. These are really…

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  • MATH

Determine the roots of x^2+12x-6=7x. What does “determine the roots” even mean?

x^2 + 12x – 6 = 7x determine the roots , that means that we need to calculate the functions soultion in which satisfy the equality. First let us move 7x to the left side: ==> x^2 + 5x – 6 = 0…

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  • MATH

How do Ii factor this completely. Please show steps. 25x^3y^2 – 9x^3 (difference of squares)

(25x^3 )*(y^2) – 9x^3 We notice common factor x^3: then fctor x^3: ==> (x^3)( 25y^2 – 9) = 0 Now we know that x^2 – y^2 = (x-y)(x+y) ==> (x^3 )( 5y-3)(5y+3) = 0

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  • SCIENCE

What is anisocytosis?

Anisocytosis has to do with red blood cells. Usually, individual red blood cells are roughly about the same size as other red blood cells. Anisocytosis refers to a condition that results in red…

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  • THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY

Identify the objects that move from fantasy to reality.

In this masterful short story that captures the fantasy life of an otherwise boring, mediocre individual, there is a clear shift from the real world of Walter Mitty to his fantasy world, where he…

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  • THE MONKEY’S PAW

In “The Monkey’s Paw”, what’s the ending to the story?

It sounds like you haven’t read the story. It’s a shame, because “The Monkey’s Paw” is an excellent short story. SETTING. Laburnam Villa, an out-of-the-way home in a small English village….

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Women in prison, their treatment, prison conditions, and the programs offered to women in…

People in general are treated better in prison today than they were in the 1800’s. In the late 1700’s and early 1800’s, prisoners were often treated very poorly. They were seen as “wild animals”…

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  • 1984

“It is Winston’s vulnerability that defeats him, not the strength of his enemies”. Discuss.I’m…

One of the things that strikes me about Winston and his willingness to pursue his revolutionary activities is the stark difference between he and Julia. His is a calculated approach, one that he…

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  • ANGELA’S ASHES

In Angela’s Ashes, do you think Frank benefited in any way from his experiences in the Fever…

In this chapter, Frank comes down with typhoid fever and must be hospitalized. While he is in the hospital, he learns two important things. First of all, his father comes to visit him and kisses…

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  • FEDERICO GARCÍA LORCA

Who is the speaker in “The Guitar” by Federico Garcia Larco?

It is a third person omniscient, because the speaker is not taking direct part of the main idea of the poem, but knows exactly what is the plot, problem, and details of the work. In this case, that…

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  • BRAVE NEW WORLD

Rephrase Lenina’s saying “Was and will make me ill. I take a gramme and only am.”Ahh,…

What you need to be thinking about here is what the whole society is trying to get this people to be like. In this society, people are not supposed to do a whole lot of thinking, right? They are…

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  • THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY

In Chapter 4 Lord Henry expresses his opinion of women, what comment does he make that…

Harry said many different things to Dorian in that chapter because this was the chapter when Dorian told him about his new love affair with the actress Sybil Vane, with whom Dorian fell madly in…

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  • ANTIGONE

How does Creon continue to underrate Antigone’s courage and determination?how is Creon not seeing…

Antigone’s blatant disregard of Creon’s order to leave Polyneices’ body unburied should have been Creon’s first clue that Antigone is a courageous and determined woman. The root of Creon’s problem…

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  • HISTORY

What were the two most important issues at the Constitutional Convention? How were they resolved?…

To me, the two were How to divide up representation in the Congress. The dispute was between small states wanting equal representation by state and big states wanting representation to be…

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  • HILLS LIKE WHITE ELEPHANTS

How does Ernest Hemingway use plot, irony, and symbolism to highlight his theme in “Hills Like…

One of the themes of “Hills Like White Elephants” has to do with making choices. The American seems sure about having Jig get an abortion while Jig is not convinced. However, Jig is also trying…

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  • HISTORY

Is there value -or risk – in the ‘historical-critical’ approach in the study of religious…

Of course, I have no idea as to what WR232 is, but this is an issue that I bring up with students whenever we study anything having to do with religion in history. Of course, there is risk in…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What out of the ordinary things happen to three Maycomb citizens by the middle of October?

You can find the answer to this question in Chapter 27. #1: Bob Ewell got and lost a job with the WPA–all within a few days. Scout narrates that “he was the only man I ever heard of who was…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Has there been a case dealing with the accuracy of eye witness testimony?How accurate is it? In…

I would imagine there have been thousands of cases where the defense attorneys at least attempted to call into question the accuracy of eyewitness testimony. Not only is it an effective trial…

 


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