Differentiate between growth and development?

Differentiate between growth and development?

  • SCIENCE

What is the relationship between mutation, natural selection, and adaptation?

Mutations and natural selection cause adaptations. Mutations can cause instant adaptations, while natural selection is the process by which adaptations occurs over a series of generations….

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

A big concern in the 2012 presidential election was the influence of Super PACs because they…

The best answer to this question is Option C. The rise of super PACs made people worried because it meant (and still means) that these new kinds of PACs could raise and spend as much money as they…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

What had Faber designed that allowed him to be in constant contact with Montag?

It is a small, green, metal object about the size of a .22 bullet. It is a radio device that Montag will put into his ear. It allows Faber to hear everything Montag hears and it also allows Faber…

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  • AND OF CLAY ARE WE CREATED

What prevents Azucena from being rescued?

After the volcano eruption buries the village in which Azucena lives, rescuers find her mired in mud with only her head sticking out. She is stuck in a hole that is also filled with water making it…

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  • SCIENCE

Which plant shows locomotion ? Give example.

Plants can move in a variety of different ways. Among them are moving from one location to another, rapid plant movement or nastic movements, and tropism. In the first instance, many plants will…

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  • HISTORY

In the movie Titanic, who should receive the most blame for the sinking of the ship?

You would have to consider the captain, Edward Smith to blame for the disastrous ending. There are a number of reasons to assign fault to the captain. The decisions of the captain throughout the…

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  • HEALTH

What are the treatments, causes, effects, and symptoms of muscular dystrophy?

Muscular dystrophy is a genetic disease that is characterized by the progressive weakening and atrophy of the muscles. Causes Muscular dystrophy is a genetic disease, meaning that a mutation in a…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

According to James Madison, political parties wereA. not likely to become influential until after…

You are correct. Option C is the best answer to this question. James Madison and the other Founding Fathers were very worried about the idea of “factions” and they worried that political…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

What does Juliet mean by “what’s in a name?” How do people relate to their own name? How do…

“What’s in a name?” is a question Juliet asks of herself out of frustration for Romeo’s (last) name. Because Romeo is a Montague, by default, he is a mortal enemy of Juliet, who is a Capulet, and…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Which of the basic principles of our government (popular sovereignty, limited government,…

In my view, this is completely a matter of opinion. If you think that this is meant to be an objective question with a single correct answer, please check your textbook or notes to see which…

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  • MATH

How do I find the length and width of a rectangle whose perimeter is 43 inches?

Hello! Actually, you cannot. Any rectangle has four sides, two pairs of which have equal length. If we denote the length of one side as x (inches), then one more side has the same length, and two…

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  • SCIENCE

H2SO4+CaCl2=CaSO4+2HCl Why does sulfuric acid produce hydrochloric acid if sulfuric acid is a…

You’re correct that sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid (HCl) are both strong acids. This means that they are completely ionized in water. Calcium chloride is soluble in water but calcium sulfate…

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  • SCIENCE

What type of cell carries information from our sense organs?

Cells that carry signals to or away from our brain and make connections within the brain are called neurons. Our sense organs contain neurons that can be activated in different ways. For example,…

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  • HISTORY

What would the role of the United States as an “arsenal of democracy” mean for Americans in general?

Of course, Franklin Roosevelt meant by this phrase that the United States would support Great Britain in their stand against Nazi Germany by supplying them with weapons and other war materials. The…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the motion of body that travels around another body in space called?

When a body is traveling around another body on space, the motion is called revolution. It is different from another motion of celestial bodies, known as rotation, in which the body spins on its…

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  • SOLDIER’S HOME

By the time Krebs returns, his hometown had quit “the greeting of heroes” and “the reaction…

Harold Krebs returns to his small Oklahoma hometown a year after World War I ends. He is not greeted because he had enlisted instead of being drafted. Hemingway writes: The men from the town who…

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  • NIGHT

In a five paragraph essay, explain how Elie Wiesel’s character changes from the beginning to the…

Faith in God is definitely a great place to start! One other change you might want to note is the development of the relationship with his father and how this relationship changes. There are…

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  • THE IMMORALIST

What is the role of Menalque?

Menalque seems to be a foil for the main character, Michel. In the novel, Michel is portrayed as a man who is torn between what he believes to be right and what he believes to be his prerogative to…

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  • SCIENCE

Five of the six carbon atoms in a glucose molecule are typically found?

Glucose has the chemical formula C6H12O6C6H12O6 and is a 6-carbon sugar. Each of these carbon atoms are connected to an oxygen atom and a hydrogen atom. However, 5 of these carbon atoms are…

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  • THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO

What is Montresor’s family name?

The family name is Montresor. This is shown unmistakably when Montresor and Fortunato are down in the catacombs. “These vaults,” he said, “are extensive.” “The Montresors,” I…

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  • BUSINESS

Can knowledge be a burden rather than a benefit?

Depending upon the individual and the type of knowledge, knowledge can be a burden. “Knowledge” is, obviously, a hopelessly broad term, and it would difficult to argue that having enormous…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Why did the directer of To Kill A Mockingbird change certain things from the book?

First, it’s important to note that the director isn’t the only person who has a say in changing details from a book as it’s translated into film. The screenwriter (in this case, Horton Foote), the…

  • SCIENCE

What is an example of a reverse fault within the United States?

Some portions of the San Andreas fault are reverse faults, also know as thrust faults. “Normal” faults are the result of the crust of the earth being “stretched” – that is, the two pieces of…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are some similarities and differences between Bloom’s taxonomy and Maslow’s hierarchy of…

The main similarity between these two is that they are both hierarchically structured. Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs arranges human needs in a pyramid. At the bottom are things like food and…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

Why is Thomas Putnam such a bitter man?

In Act One, Miller gives the reader some background information on certain characters, including Thomas Putnam. His brother-in-law, James Bayley had been a viable candidate to be minister of Salem….

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  • HAIRCUT

What is the plot and the theme of “Haircut” by Ring Lardner?

Ring Lardner develops the theme and plot of “Haircut” through a conversation between the town barber, Whitey, and an unnamed customer. The barber is an uneducated gossip who shows respect to…

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  • A DESCENT INTO THE MAELSTRÖM

How is “A Descent Into the Maelstrom” unique?

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  • THE DARKLING THRUSH

How does Hardy create a natural scene in the poem “The Darkling Thrush?”

The speaker leans on a gate opening into the woods. The season is winter and the atmosphere and climate are a “spectre-grey.” There is a grey color, possibly to the sky and the frost itself, and it…

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  • SCIENCE

What would happen if the cells were exposed to a drug that disabled the transport proteins in the…

Cells are incapable of producing all the molecules they need for their growth, sustenance and reproduction. Also, they need to excrete some molecules into the outside environment. Cells are…

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  • THE GIFT OF THE MAGI

What is the theme of “The Gift of the Magi?”

In O. Henry’s “The Gift of the Magi,” the third-person narrator suggests that sacrifice equals love, which equals wisdom. He sums up the theme of the story in the last paragraph: “And here I…

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  • LITERATURE

What was the first comedy play?

Among Western tradition, the earliest known comedy plays were Greek (Old Comedy), most notably the works of Aristophanes, 446-385 BCE (punctuated by lots of dirty jokes and vulgar attire on the…

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  • THE ROAD NOT TAKEN

Why does Robert Frost use nature in his poems (especially in “The Road Not Taken”)?

Frost’s treatment of nature in his poems greatly differs from the one presented in Romanticism. Poets like Wordsworth glorified nature and thought it consisted of elements which were divine. Frost,…

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  • THE SOLITARY REAPER

Short summary of the poem, “The Solitary Reaper.”

In “The Solitary Reaper,” a young Highland girl is reaping alone and singing to herself while she works. The poet asks us to listen carefully, because the whole valley is filled to overflowing with…

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  • A RETRIEVED REFORMATION

What factors were responsible for Jimmy’s reformation?

Jimmy Valentine had served time for breaking into a safe. He was released after serving ten months of his four year jail term. While in jail, he worked in the prison shoe shop as a shoe maker….

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  • SCIENCE

Does Shout clean better than OxiClean? Why?

To actually test the effectiveness of Shout vs. Oxiclean, one would have to perform a controlled experiment. In a controlled experiment all of the variables should be kept the same, except for the…

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  • AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY

What social, political, economic and artistic environments influenced the writing of August:…

August: Osage County is an award-winning play by well-known contemporary playwright Tracy Letts. Letts wrote the play in 2007, at the end of the Bush administration and the beginning of a…

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  • HISTORY

Why was the Declaration of Independence such a spark in the American Revolution?

The Revolutionary War began in April of 1775. The Declaration of Independence was not written until July of 1776. The first year of the Revolutionary War was full of defeats. The Continental…

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  • THE OUTSIDERS

Who are the main characters in S.E. Hinton’s novel, The Outsiders?

The main characters in S.E. Hinton’s novel of the conflict between the wealthy Socs and their adversaries on the opposite end of the socioeconomic spectrum, the Greasers, are the Curtis brothers,…

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  • HISTORY

How did the civil and foreign wars France was fighting affect the Terror in the French revolution?

The war against the so-called “First Coalition” was probably the biggest factor in creating an atmosphere in which the Terror could occur. Indeed, the Committee of Public Safety, which was…

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  • SCIENCE

How does sea-floor spreading occur?

Sea floor spreading is one of the primary ways that new crust is added to the surface of the Earth. In short, it is the slow eruption of magma from the Earth’s mantle along specific places in the…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

Who says: “The which, if you with patient ears attend”?

“The which, if you with patient ears attend….” is part of the prologue for Act I. No specific person is specified to speak this part (which probably triggered the question), so there is a variety…

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  • A SOUND OF THUNDER

In “A Sound of Thunder”, how does the reader know Eckels is wrong when he says “it can’t be killed”?

Eckels is on a time safari – a trip to the distant past using a time machine, to hunt animals that are extinct in the modern world. The “it” that can’t be killed, according to Eckels, is a…

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  • BY THE WATERS OF BABYLON

In “By the Waters of Babylon,” what is one detail where the reader knows more than John?

In Stephen Vincent Benét’s “By the Waters of Babylon,” John, the protagonist, goes on a journey of discovery. This journey is how John will finally be a priest. After he kills a panther with a…

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  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

What are some literary devices used in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream from Act 1, Scene 2?

Act 1, Scene 2 of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is the first time the audience meets the group of players who will perform on Theseus’s wedding day. Bottom is the eccentric one who thinks…

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  • THE RAVEN

What are the four questions the narrator asks the Raven?

In Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven,” the narrator asks a number of questions. In the first three stanzas, he explains that he was reclining looking at books when he hears a gentle rapping….

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  • HISTORY

Why did the colonists believe they were justified in breaking away from British rule?

Perhaps the best place to look for the answer to this question is the Declaration of Independence. It provides an explicit justification for breaking away from Great Britain (which, by the way,…

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  • A MODEST PROPOSAL

How does Swift make himself appear to be an expert? Consider ethical appeal.

Swift is a master of satire…and ethos. He begin by establishing himself as a man who has spent years studying the problem, and offering evidence that he has “maturely weighed” the various…

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  • SCIENCE

Differentiate between growth and development?

Though used interchangeably, growth and development mean different things. For example, when we say that Chris has grown, it could mean that he has matured or that he has grown by a few inches. The…

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  • WINTER DREAMS

Why do you think Dexter feels such a profound sense of loss when he hears about Judy at the end…

In “Winter Dreams,” Dexter feels a profound sense of loss because his dreams have disappeared. Judy Jones represented Dexter’s deepest ambition. He had coveted her since he was fourteen. His…

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  • HEART OF DARKNESS

Justify the title of Heart of Darkness with the help of contents.

Heart of Darkness is a title with multiple layers. On the most superficial layer, it refers to the continent of Africa where the story (within the story) takes place. Marlow speaks of the how, as…

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