discussion about polynomialsexplanation of the terms”polynomial”, what is a polynomial etc.

# discussion about polynomialsexplanation of the terms”polynomial”, what is a polynomial etc.

• LITERATURE

twentieth century literature Twentieth Century literature is a reassertion of Romantic Movement…

Are you referring to 20th century world literature or literature from a specific country? If one applies your statement to American Literature, I would disagree with it because Romanticism is…

• MATH

discussion about polynomialsexplanation of the terms”polynomial”, what is a polynomial etc.

The explanation of the term polynomial: – “poly” means many; – “nomial” means name (in this case, terms). A polynomial is made up from constants and variables. For instance: 3x^4*y^2 + 5z is a…

• HISTORY

What were the areas/regions of Europe that remained faithful to the Catholic Church?

The answer to this question depends to some degree on how long after the Protestant Reformation you are asking about. For example, England remained faithful to the Catholic Church at first, but…

• MATH

another issuei want to subtract (2a-3) /(a^2-4))-2/(a+2) is good to do (2a-3-2)/(a^2-4-a-2)…

You should know that the algebraic addition of two fractions is possible if they have common denominators. If they do not have a common denominator, then you need to find it. In this problem,…

• SCIENCE

fluoride for cavitiesfluoride is really helpful against cavities?

I believe it is. Scientific studies have repeatedly shown that it is. I know a lot of people talk about how it actually causes cavities or how it is dangerous but this stuff is not supported by…

• MATH

method to find termsneed to find terms a,b,c first? i know a=x+1 ,b=x^2-x+1 ,c=x^3-1 and i don’t…

You need to evaluate , hence, you need to substitute for a and for b to perform such that: You need to substitute for c such that: Hence, evaluating the expression yields .

What is the theme of Lady Windermere’s fan?

Enotes users are only allowed one question at a time, so I edited your question to the gist of it, and will answer the most important one which is about the theme of Lady Windermere’s fan. The play…

• REFERENCE

selecting aluminium fabricatori have to make a paper about selecting aluminium fabricators. what…

I think that this will depend on what you need fabricated. The first thing I would do is ask to see similar work to what I need fabricated. I would also ask for people that they have done previous…

• JOHN DONNE

Give the main thought of John Donnes poem “The Flea” and comment on it.

The speaker of the poem is attempting to persuade a woman to have sex with him. She responds by squashing a flea. The speaker then goes on to create an analogy of the, the woman and the flea to…

• REFERENCE

free online educationwhy is important

Free online educational resources are very important, especially for people whose schools or families do not have the funds to buy educational materials. For example, there are many sites with the…

• MATH

what to solve firsti have 2 fractions (x+1)/(x^2+1)+(2x-2)/(x^2+1) i don’t understand why to…

Depending on the situation, you may use this way to write a fraction, whose denominator is a polynomial. If you need to solve an indefinite integral, splitting the fraction may help you to solve…

• MATH

additioni’m not so good in addition of fractions pls. show steps 6/5(x+3)+12/10(x-3)+(-17)/30(x-3)

Notice that the fractions have different denominators, hence, you need to arrive to a common denominator multiplying the different denominators such that: Notice that the third fraction has…

• TO SIR, WITH LOVE

In To Sir, with Love, how does Mr Braithwaite’s stay in the school bring joy, courage and…

I think that Braithwaite’s stay in the school is successful because it is driven by a “student first” philosophy. After some initial setbacks, Braithwaite’s philosophy is one where he places the…

• MATH

Evaluate the value of the expression x1^4+x2^4+x3^4+x4^4. x1,x2,x3,x4 are the roots of the…

To find the x1^4+x2^4+x3^4+x4^4 , where xi’s are the roots of x^4-x^2+1= 0. by the relation of roots and coefficients, x1+x2+x3+x4 0/1 = 0 We multiply the equation by x^2+1 and get :…

• MATH

The solution of the system x^3+y^3+x+y=32 and x^3-y^3+x-y=28 is also the solution of the…

It would be easier to get the answer here by starting with the choices given. Let us substitute the choices in the two equations: x^3+y^3+x+y=32 and x^3-y^3+x-y=28 x^3 + x = 20 We have y^3 + y = 32…

• MATH

Evaluate the indefinite integral of y=square root of 16-x^2.

Int f(x)dx = Int sqrt(16 – x^2)dx (y = f(x)) We’ll factorize by 16: Int sqrt[16(1 – x^2/16)]dx = 4Int sqrt[1 – (x/4)^2]dx We’ll substitute x/4 = t. We’ll differentiate both sides: dx/4 = dt dx =…

• MATH

If the sum of n terms of a string is 5n^2+6n find the form of the general term.

We have the sum of n terms of a string given as 5n^2+6n Now 5n^2+6n = 5n^2 + 5n + n => 5n(n+1) + n => 10n(n+1)/2 +n Now 10*n(+1)/2 is the sum of n terms of the form n multiplied by 10 and n…

• IMAGISM

What are the main themes of Imagist poets?

The sensual and immediate experience of an image, a direct confrontation with the world, unmediated by ideological or ritualistic influences, Imagist poetry was a move away from sentimental…

• MATH

Simplify the expression [(x^2-6x+5)/(x+3)]*[(x^2-9)/(x-5).

Let E = (x^2-6x+5) / (x+3) * (x^2-9)/(x-5) First we will multiply numerators and denominators: ==> E = (x^2-6x+5)*(x^2-9)/(x+3)(x-5) Now we will factor the numerator: ==> E =…

• MATH

How to factor the equation x^2+13=0.

x^2 + 13 = 0 We will factor using the difference between the squares. We know that: a^2 -b^2 = (a-b)(a+b) let us rewrite: x^2 – (-13) = 0 Now we will factor: ==> (x^2-(-13) = 0 ==>…

• ROMEO AND JULIET

What is an example of situational irony in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet?

Situational Irony – not so much the opposite of what you expect to happen. Situational Irony is more specifically defined as when a perverse, tragic, surprisingly amusing or odd outcome occurs….

• WUTHERING HEIGHTS

What are the elements of Romanticism in Wuthering Heights?im writing a essay on wuthering heights…

First, you need to make sure that you fully understand the characteristics of romantic literature in 19th Century England. Basically, the Romantics believed that man, as an individual, is superior,…

• MATH

Calculate the area of the surface limited by the graph of y=x^2+3, the tangent to the graph of y…

We need to find the area between the curve y = x^2 + 3 and the tangent line at x= 2. ==> y(2) = 2^2 + 3 = 7 Let us find the tangent. ==> y’ = 2x ==> y’ = 2*2= 4 Then the equation of the…

• MATH

Given the functions f=x*arctanx and g=ln(1+x^2) prove that f>=g if x is in the interval [0;1]

We’ll subtract g(x) both sides of the inequality that has to be demonstrated. f(x) – g(x) >= 0 We’ll substitute f(x) and g(x) by their expressions: x*arctanx – ln(1+x^2) >= 0 We’ll assign a…

How does Gabriel compare himself with Michael Furey?”The Dead” by James Joyce

You will find your answer in the paragraph beginning with “Gabriel, leaning on his elbow.” After Greta explains to Gabriel why she is crying and why the song she heard at the party moved her so,…

• HAROLD PINTER

Explain the role of Harold Pinter as a representative of modern drama.

I think you’d have to call him a Modernist and a Postmodernist. As a Modernist, Pinter’s work is indebted to a naturalist/Realist tradition in that his dialogues are often so close to every day…

• MARXIST LITERARY CRITICISM

What are the differences between superstructure and infrastructure in Marxism?

Marx said that it is not consciousness that determines life but it is life that determines consciousness. Think of it that way: Our physical functions and interactions will determine the ways we…

• MY BROTHER SAM IS DEAD

Who is the antagonist in my brother sam is dead?who is the protagonist in my brother sam is dead?

The antagonist is the struggle to understand the war and form an opinion about it.

• MATH

What are the 2 numbers with GM= 4 and HM=16/5?

Let the two numbers be A and B. Now it is given that their GM is 4. This gives us sqrt (A*B) = 4 => AB = 4^2 = 16 We also know that their HM is 16/5, so 2*AB / (A+B) = 16/5 => 2*AB / (A+B) =…

• LITERATURE

How do teachers check for plagiarism? First of all, I do NOT plagiarise. But, I’m curious on…

Generally you would be looking at a writing assignment. Good writing teachers can recognize the vocabulary, sentence structure, and depth of the writing itself because they have seen other work by…

Explain why the statement about profit-maximizing competitive firm is incorrect. A firm’s…

In general, the statement is correct. Most of a firm’s supply curve is the same as its marginal costs curve. This is because a firm should always produce its product at the quantity where the…

• LITERATURE

What are the most important aspects of the mythological and archetypal approaches? How are they…

Borrowing from the work of Northrop Frye, particularly “The Archetypes of Literature,” the archetypal and mythological approach to literature is to sort of “stand back” when you look at…

How does a nation’s science policy impact businesses?

The term “science policy” typically refers to the degree to which scientific endeavors are funded and/or regulated by the government of a country. This can have a significant impact on businesses…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Should drug use be decriminalized?Should drug use be decriminalized?

The use of really hard drugs should not be decriminalized. This is because there are so many kinds of drugs that can do serious harm to human beings. People should not be encouraged in any way to…

• SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS

Categorize Shakespeare’s sonnets and describe what they reveal about Shakespeare’s character.I…

From your question, it sounds like you are writing a paper on Shakespearean Sonnets and what they reveal about Shakespeare’s character. I can see why you are having difficulty. There are over 100…

• THINGS FALL APART

I need an outline for my term paper about national identity in Things Fall Apart.

Hi, hamada: I don’t exactly know your specific topic or thesis, but here’s what I would highlight in terms of major points. I. In Things Fall Apart, national identity is clearly passed down through…

• LAW AND POLITICS

Ethics is probably the most difficult concept to define.’ Justify this statement

Looking at the history of ethics alone will likely justify this claim. For Aristotle ethics had to do with using reason to understand “the good”. For Bentham, it had to do with how much pleasure…

What is a ‘Lock-in period’, ‘Bipartite Lease’ and “Suit for Quantum Meruit”?

When money is borrowed from an institution it usually has a minimum period for which the person borrowing the funds has to pay an interest. This is called the lock-in period. If the borrower…

• HISTORY

“The Cuban Missile Crisis was inevitable because of how the USA treated the country after the…

I agree with this statement to a large degree, but not completely. I do agree that Fidel Castro and the Cuban government were very unhappy with how the US had treated them after their revolution….

• LITERATURE

Why is the story of Arthur so important to the history of British Literature?

This is a very interesting question. I think that it might strike at an element featured in all of literature and help to bring out a discussion as to why specific examples of literature is deemed…

• NICK HORNBY

In the novel called, Slam by Nick Hornby, what perspective does Nick Hornby present on one of the…

You can explore the themaic importance of “Role models” (Failure of / importance of)

What forms of economic risk does a Multinational Corporation typically face?

There are two major types of economic risk that are especially important of a multi-national corporation. These are types of risk that are caused by internal factors on the one hand and external…

• MATH

Find the area of the triangle formed by the lines: 1) 11x-7y=81 2) 3x-5y=-15 3) x+4y=12

We have the three lines which form the sides of the triangle as 11x-7y=81…(1) 3x-5y=-15…(2) x+4y=12…(3) We have to find their points of intersection. 11*(2) – 3*(1) => 33x – 55y – 33x +…

• MATH

What is the extreme value of f(x)=x^4+8x^2-48x+19 for 1<x<2? Is this a mininum or maximum?

To find the extreme value of a function f(x) we need to find the first derivative of the function and equate it to zero. Then this is used to solve for x. Here, f(x)=x^4 + 8x^2 – 48x + 19 f'(x) =…

• LAW AND POLITICS

Should the supreme court hold that the evidence and inferences drawn were sufficient to support…

The Court held in the Jackson case that there was sufficient evidence to uphold the petitioner’s conviction. The Court found from the evidence that the Petitioner (who claimed self defense or…

• I STAND HERE IRONING

Analyze the tonal shifts in the story. Use evidence from the short story to prove.Tillie Olsen’s…

Tone, which is an integral part of a narrative, is produced by the writer’s diction as well as stylistic choices concerning syntax, line or sentence length, imagery, and other figurative language….

• POLITICAL SCIENCE

Does the nation create the state, or does the state create the nation?Please provide reasons for…

Neither of these is really true because there are many states that incorporate more than one nation and there are many nations that are spread over more than one state. If the nation created the…

• THE SECOND COMING

Discuss Yeats’ use of symbolism in “The Second Coming.”

I think that one can find many examples of Yeats employing symbolism throughout his work. Since the question is asking for how it is used, I would focus on the symbols present in my favorite Yeats…

• GUIDE TO LITERARY TERMS

What is an epic?i want short notes on it means everything related to an epic

Simply put, an epic is a long poem about gods or heroes. The poem is written in the narrative style, which means that it tells a story. An epic poem focuses on the actions and deeds of the hero….