Describe the difference between weathering and erosion.

Describe the difference between weathering and erosion.

  • SCIENCE

Why are electron rich phases present at topographic high and proton rich phases at topographic low?

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  • LES MISÉRABLES

Most thought provoking events for each chapter in Les Miserablesand give a brief description…

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  • SCIENCE

If I have 4.0 moles of a gas at a pressure of 5.6 atm and a volume of 12.0L. What is the temperature

Step 1: List all of the information given in the question. Pressure (P) = 5.6 atm Volume (V) = 12.0 L moles (n) = 4.0 moles Temperature (T) = ? Step 2: Choose a gas law formula to use. Since we’re…

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  • EDUCATION

How does one become cum laude?

“Cum Laude” is Latin for “with honors”, and in high schools and colleges, it takes a great grade point average to become one. A student needs to maintain at least a 3.5 grade point average…

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  • EVELINE

In “Eveline,” why did Joyce choose the names he did for the characters?

Joyce carefully chose the names for the characters in the story “Eveline” and many other stories in Dubliners because he wanted to attach symbolism and irony to his characters, so that they are not…

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  • SCIENCE

How did technology impact the development of cell theory?

Technology such as lenses, magnifying glasses, and microscopes had an impact on the development of the cell theory. Below are some examples of how such technologies contributed to the cell theory….

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  • SCIENCE

Write the structure of 4,6 -dimethyl-5H-[1,3]dithiolo [4,5-c]pyrrole-2-thione?

Pyrrole is a five membered ring with one nitrogen and two carbon-carbon double bonds. The dithiolo refers to another 5 membered ring attached to the pyrrole ring. The dithiolo ring contains 2…

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  • PATTERNS

What is the woman’s sense of love in “Patterns” by Amy Lowell?

The topic of love is central to Amy Lowell’s poem. At the beginning of the poem, the struggle for the speaker is clearly between the restraints of society (symbolized by her stiff clothing and the…

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  • A POISON TREE

With whom is the persona angry in “A Poison Tree” by William Blake?

The persona or speaker is angry with two people. The first is a friend. However, he goes and speaks to his friend about his anger and gets over his “wrath” quickly. No harm is done. Then he is…

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  • HISTORY

Ho claims that Vietnam’s independence is consistent with the philosophical principles which the…

Your question is most likely referring to the Declaration of Independence of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam which was delivered in September of 1945. Ho Chi Minh was an expert at pointing out…

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  • THE RAMAYANA

Can Sita from The Ramayana by Valmiki be a role model to modern women?

In my mind, there is little doubt that Sita devi can serve as a role model to modern women. Sita devi can serve as a role model to modern women in a variety of ways. The first way is through her…

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  • SCIENCE

Which object best reflects light: a drinking glass, a sealable bag, a shower curtain, or aluminum…

Out of the options that are provided, aluminum foil would be the best reflector of light. To “reflect” means “to bounce off of.” Reflection of light occurs the best off of hard, smooth,…

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  • HISTORY

What is the significance of Freedmen’s Bureau?

The Freedman’s Bureau was a federal agency created immediately after the Civil War to help the South’s ex-slaves by giving them educational opportunities, health care, and job training. The…

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  • ILIAD

How would you explain the relevance of the Iliad in modern-day life with regard to the heroic…

In one sense, one could say that the particular heroic culture in which the Iliad was embedded no longer actually exists. Warfare, for example, is not a matter of single combat between two males…

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  • DULCE ET DECORUM EST

What is the tone of Owen’s “Dulce et Decorum Est”?

Wilfred Owen’s poem, “Dulce et Decorum Est”, takes its title and ending from Horace’s phrase “Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori” (it is sweet and proper to die for the sake of one’s country), a…

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  • POETRY

What is the theme of the poem “Five Ways to Kill a Man” by Edwin Brock?

“Five Ways to Kill a Man” by Edwin Brock describes, in almost cold clinical language, the history of humanity’s inhumanity by presenting us with five different episodes in human history. It…

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  • STOPPING BY WOODS ON A SNOWY EVENING

What is the symbolic meaning of the shaking of the harness bells in “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy…

The shaking of the harness bells is an example of auditory imagery. Along with the sweeping sound of “easy wind and downy flake,” the tinkle of the bells was the only sound that could be heard…

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  • FLIGHT

In John Steinbeck’s “Flight”, what are Pepe’s main external and internal conflicts?

“Flight” is John Steinbeck’s short story about a Mexican-American teenager who commits murder on his first trip to town and is pursued through the redwood country above Monterey, California. Pepé…

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  • BRET HARTE

How does the short story “The Luck of Roaring Camp” contain some kind of assumption, whether…

Harte’s classic short story “The Luck of the Roaring Camp” contains several assumptions about nature. Some of them are about gender. It is an assumption about what it means to be male or female…

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  • SCIENCE

A mass of 0.34 kg is attached to a spring and is set into vibration with a period of 0.16 s. What…

The natural frequency of a mass-spring system is given as: fn=12πkm−−−√fn=12πkm where, fn is the natural frequency, k is the spring constant and m is the mass. Here, m = 0.34 kg and time…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

Is Romeo believable in his soliloquy?

Assuming you mean his balcony scene soliloquy in which he compares Juliet to the sun, yes, Romeo is completely believable. He has just fallen passionately in love. He is young, heady, without…

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  • THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER

What are some examples of onomatopoeia, rhetorical questions, and idioms in The Perks of Being a…

On page 163 of the book, Patrick and Charlie are driving after Brad and Patrick get into a fight. Patrick throws a bottle of wine out of the car and it lands with a crash. In this case, “crash” is…

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  • SCIENCE

Do we have any proof for the existence of dark matter?

It depends on what you require for something to exist. Dark matter does exist, in the sense that we have experimental proof from which we can infer its existence and characteristics.All the…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the advantages and disadvantages of development?

The question does not identify if the term “development” is referring to the development of land, economy, or technology. Therefore, at least one advantage and disadvantage for each of the…

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  • PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

I need a brief break-down of the themes in Pride and Prejudice, with examples.

The first theme in the novel is that of pride. Mr. Darcy, Lady Catherine de Bourgh, and the Bingley sisters are examples of a certain type of pride of very wealthy aristocratic families who tend to…

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  • THE EGG

How does “The Egg” correlate to World War I?

“The Egg” by Sherwood Anderson was published in 1920 following World War I. The story recounts the narrator’s childhood memories regarding his parents and their ambitions. He describes them…

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  • HISTORY

What was Executive Order 9066, and how did it affect states during the time of war?

Executive Order 9066 was issued during World War II. This order forced the Japanese to relocate away from cities on the west coast for fear they would aid Japan during World War II. This executive…

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  • TYPEE

Why do Tom and Toby continue to be wary among the Typee despite being treated well?

Toby and Tommo are apprehensive about their island hosts because they know the Typees have a reputation for cannibalism, and since they cannot communicate with the natives, they constantly fear the…

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  • RIP VAN WINKLE

How can I write about “Rip Van Winkle” from three different perspectives: historical, formalist,…

It’s interesting to think about writing about “Rip Van Winkle” from these three critical perspectives. The historical perspective is important, as the story shows the social and political shift…

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  • A SOUND OF THUNDER

Why do the men wear oxygen helmets in “A Sound of Thunder”?

The men wear oxygen helmets so that they do not introduce modern germs into the ancient air. When the men visit the past with Time Safari, Inc., they have to be very careful not to affect the…

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  • HEALTH

How do you get rid of scars?

A scar results whenever the skin is cut or damaged through its full thickness. A scar can be made less visible by reducing its size or changing its appearance, but it is almost impossible to remove…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the gravitational force between Earth and the Sun?

By Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation, there is the gravitational forces between any bodies having mass. Each body attracts another body, and the direction of this force is along the straight…

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  • SCIENCE

How many stronger is the gravitational force between Venus (RVenusRVenus =0.723 AU, MVenusMVenus…

Hello! You are right. By Newton’s Law of universal gravitation the gravitational force between two bodies is: G⋅m1⋅m2r2,G⋅m1⋅m2r2, where GG is the gravitational constant, m1m1 and m2m2 are the…

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  • ANIMAL FARM

What logical fallacy from Animal Farm is this? The animals formed themselves into two factions…

Throughout George Orwell’s Animal Farm, the comrades fall prey to a number of logical fallacies. One example of this is during the election between Snowball and Napoleon. Here the animals succumb…

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  • THINGS FALL APART

Describe pre colonial Nigeria and the Igbo way of life in Things Fall Apart

The traditional Igbo way of life presented in Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart is considerably different from the culture of the colonial influences which eventually settle in Umuofia. The…

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  • CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE

I need to write an essay explaining the following excerpt from Thoreau: Unjust laws exist:…

“Civil Disobedience” by Henry David Thoreau was written to explain why Thoreau had refused to pay his taxes and gone to jail. Thoreau’s decision to disobey the United States government was grounded…

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  • CHAINS

What are the conflicts in the novel Chains?

One conflict evident in the novel is person vs. society. The best example of this conflict type is found in Isabel’s and Ruth’s struggle with slavery. Upon the death of Mary Finch, Isabel and…

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  • MATH

π∫π20cos2xdxπ∫0π2cos2xdx Each integral represents the volume of a solid. Describe the solid.

Hello! There are (at least) two methods of computing the volume of a solid of revolution. The first of them is the method of disks. In this method we integrate along the axis of revolution and make…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

In Chapter 6 of “The Lord Of The Flies,” does Simon believe Samneric’s story? How does he imagine…

In Chapter 6, Samneric run down from the top of the mountain and begin to tell the boys how they witnessed the beast. They describe the beast as having wings behind its head and looking horrendous….

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Which kind of action is an execution of fiscal policy, as opposed to monetary policy?

In the United States, at least, the execution of fiscal, as opposed to monetary, policy is a political action. Fiscal policy is carried out by the elected branches of government while monetary…

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  • A TALE OF TWO CITIES

In A Tale of Two Cities, how does the title “Substance of the Shadow” Book 3 Chapter 10, relate…

In this chapter, Doctor Manette reads the confession and curse that he wrote many years before when he was imprisoned in the Bastille. This is the secret (the shadow) that he has carried all this…

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  • SCIENCE

What state of matter has low energy, a fixed volume and strong bonds?

All three of these characteristics describe the solid state of matter. Of the three states of matter, solid, liquid and gas, the solid state has the lowest average kinetic energy. Particles in the…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What connection does Scout make during the current events lesson at school?

Scout realizes that her third grade teacher, Miss Gates, is a hypocritical racist. During the Current Events portion of her class, Cecil Jacobs brings in an article that discusses how Hitler is…

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  • SCIENCE

What is special about the structure of a plant that allows it to produce its own food?

Plants have specialized organelles within their cells known as chloroplasts. These contain photosynthetic pigments including chlorophyll a and b. Any area of the plant that is green in color is…

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  • LAMB TO THE SLAUGHTER

How can you tell that Patrick is preoccupied in “Lamb to the Slaughter”?

Since Patrick is killed fairly early in the story, the reader does not get a lot of time to figure him out. Despite that disadvantage, Dahl writes the character in such a way that the reader…

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  • INFORMATION SYSTEMS

What is an IS/IT strategy?

The abbreviation IS/IT stands for “Information Systems/Information Technology.” It is defined as a long term planning process that creates comprehensive ways to manage information and technology as…

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  • ROMANTICISM

I am creating a class assignment for a senior English Lit class in which I would like students to…

Good, creative lesson strategy. The essence of your question seems to be: What would be some good questions to ask a Romantic, so that the student can think like a Romantic in answering, thereby…

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  • SCIENCE

Describe the difference between weathering and erosion.

Weathering is the breakdown of rocks and minerals into smaller fragments. Erosion is the process of the movement of the weathered rock fragments over a certain distance. Weathering does not involve…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What does Aunt Alexandra’s obsession with heredity symbolize?

Aunt Alexandra’s obsession with heredity symbolizes the deep rooted prejudiced beliefs shared by certain community members of Maycomb. Her views represent the old-fashioned, traditional Southern…

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  • SCIENCE

What is gas chromatography and describe it. In connection with this discuss the sampling,…

Gas chromatography (also commonly called GC) is a method of analyzing chemical samples for purity. Different chemical components within a sample injected onto a GC will separate and read as…

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