# Essay on the immorality of the characters and incidents in The Great GatsbyWhat do you think of…

**ESSAY LAB**

**Essay on the immorality of the characters and incidents in The Great GatsbyWhat do you think of…**

If you threw this assignment at me right now, I would likely concentrate on Daisy. You don’t have quite as much material as you do if you were to follow Gatsby or perhaps Nick, but she provides a…

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**THIS IS WHAT IT MEANS TO SAY PHOENIX, ARIZONA**

**What does the proverb “Desperate times call for desperate measures” mean in in relation to “This…**

The thought “Desperate times call for desperate measures” is from a proverb that has no attribution to a specific author or speaker. This philosophical proverb, which is considered an English…

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**CRY, THE BELOVED COUNTRY**

**Explain why the murder of Arthur Jarvis is an especially sore and unfortunate blow for the native…**

The murder of Arthur Jarvis is an especially tragic blow for the native people of Johannesburg because he was sympathetic to their situation and had been prepared to work actively to improve it. In…

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**LORD OF THE FLIES**

**What conclusion does Ralph come to about being a chief and his own ability?This question is in…**

In Chapter Five of Lord of the Flies, Ralph walks down a narrow path, concerning about the late-afternoon meeting that he has called: He found himself understanding the wearisomeness of this life…

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**LORD OF THE FLIES**

**The sow’s head and the conch shell each wield a certain kind of power over the boys. In what ways…**

Interesting question. In Lord of the Flies the power of the conch is clear virtually from the first moment it’s found–it has the power to unite the boys. Soon it becomes the sign of order and…

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**STEPHEN KING**

**Andy gets the job of Librarian from Brooks Hatlen.Why was Brooksie the first Librarian and what…**

Red talks at length about the idea of “institutionalization,” the fact that a man gets used to being inside a prison or whatever other institution it might be. If you suddenly take the man out of…

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**GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL**

**What is the importance of the Anna Karenina principle?**

The Anna Karenina principle states that there are lots of different ways that an animal can be no good for domestication. It comes from a line that says happy families are all alike but miserable…

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**SCIENCE**

**What exactly is an ultrasonic bone density test used for?**

It is most often used for the diagnosis of Osteoporosis (the deteriorating of bony tissue), or determining the risk of developing the condition later in life. It is done by taking an ultrasound…

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**CHARLOTTE’S WEB**

**What are the names of the characters in the book Charlotte’s Web?**

Charlotte is the spider who weaves the webs of wonder. Wilbur is the pig who befriends Charlotte. Fern is Mr. Arable’s daughter and Wilbur’s friend. Zuckerman is the farmer who takes care of the…

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**WILLA CATHER**

**I would like general information about My Mortal Enemy by Willa Cather.**

Willa Cather wrote the novel My Mortal Enemy after having written seven earlier ones. The plot of the novel is revolves around Myra and Nellie and their husbands. Myra’s husband is Oswald and she…

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**THE PILGRIM’S PROGRESS**

**Explain how the characters’ names demonstrate the traits for which they are named, and how they…**

Pilgrim’s Progressis an allegory, which means the people and places in the story are symbolic. In this case, there isn’t a lot of mystery to the characters’ names–whatever they’re called is what…

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**SCIENCE**

**Why is the area below your waist considered contaminated? Why is the area above your waist…**

I think you are referring to policies and procedures utilized in maintaining a sterile field in the operating room (OR) or the bedside when assisting with a sterile invasive procedure performed by…

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**GREAT EXPECTATIONS**

**Besides the title, what are some symbols in Great Expectations?Great Expectations by Charles Dickens**

In Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, there are several symbols: Satis House is, perhaps, the most salient of these symbols. Satis, a Latin word, means satisfied; of course, the irony in this…

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**MATH**

log2 (x-1) = 2 -log2(x-2) Solution: We rewrite the equation converting 2 as log 2 base 2 = log 2 (2^2) log 2 (x-1) = log2 (2^2) – log2 (x+2) log(2x-1) = log2 {2^2 / (x+2)}, as log a- log b = log…

**MATH**

**If a1=-2 and a2=1, calculate the sum: a1+a2+…..+a10=? a1,a2,…,a10 are the terms of A.P.**

If a1, a2, …., a10 are the terms of an arithmetical progression, then the sum: S10 = (a1+a10)*10/2 S10 = (a1+a10)*5 a10 = a1 + 9*r a10 = -2 + 9*r Because the value of a2 is given, we could…

**SCIENCE**

**What is the purpose of the gallbladder?**

The gallbladder is situated under the left upper quadrant of the liver in the abdominal cavity. The chief function is to store bile that was synthesized in the liver. Bile is necessary to help…

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**MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA**

**What can I study in Memoirs of a Geisha for a research paper?**

I think there are numerous subjects within this novel that could be studied further that would make an interesting research paper. I think certainly (to go a somewhat easy route) you could pick any…

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**THE JILTING OF GRANNY WEATHERALL**

**Movie/Story Comparison ” The Jilting of Granny Weatherall” by Katherine Anne Porter and…**

Actress Katherine Porter best in this film. I really liked her character and how embodied in the film. buy-essay.us tell us about

**MATH**

**Determine the extreme value of the function f=x^2-2x+2**

f(x) = x^2 -2x + 2 First let us find f'(x) f'(x) = 2x -2 Now we will determine the critical value which is f'(x) zeros. 2x -2 = 0 ==> x= 1 Then the critical value is x=1 Now the extreme value…

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**MATH**

log 3x = log6 + 1 We know that log 10 = 1 log3x = log 6 + log10 But, log a + log b = log a*b ==> log 3x = log (6*10) ==> log 3x = log 60 ==> 3x = 60 Divide by 3: ==> x= 60/3 ==> x=…

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**MATH**

(x+ 2) ^1/2 = 2 let us square both sides: [(x+2)^1/2]^2 = 2^2 (x+2) = 4 Now subtract 2 from both sides: ==> x = 4-2 ==> x= 2 Let us check: (x+2)^1/2 = 2 (2+2)^1/2 = 2 4^1/2 = 2 2 = 2

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**MATH**

**Determine the values of x for the identity square root (x^2 – 9)=4 to have the value of truth.**

sqrt(x^2 -9 ) = 4 square both sides: x^2 – 9 = 16 Now add 9 to both sides: x^2 = 25 ==> x1 = 5 ==> x2= -5 Let us check: for x1= 5 sqrt(25-9) = 4 sqrt(16) = 4 4 = 4 For x2= -5 sqrt(-5^2)-9) =…

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**MATH**

**ln e^2x – ln e^1000 = ln e^2000**

ln e^2x = ln e^1000 = ln e^2000 We know that: ln e^b = b ln e = b ln e^2x – ln e^1000 = ln e^2000 2x ln e – 1000 ln e = 2000 ln e ==> 2x – 1000 = 2000 ==> 2x = 3000 ==> x = 3000/2 ==>…

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**AS YOU LIKE IT**

**What are the similarities and differences between the relationship between Touchstone and Audrey…**

Orlando and Rosalind demonstrate what is known as courtly love. Bother were born into some class of nobility, and there is an order and process to the way in which they court each other. They are…

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**DEATH OF A SALESMAN**

**Why does the playwright leave these uncertainties for us? It is concerned with the episode when…**

I think that this type of question goes to the heart of what Miller believes about the modern predicament. Consider Miller’s description of how he sees Willy: [The audience members] were weeping…

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**MATH**

**Given f(x) = x + 5 which is the value of f(1) + f(2) +…+ f(1000)**

f(x) = x+5 f(1) = 6 f(2) = 7 f(3) = 8 …… f(1000) = 1005 S = f(1) + f(2) + ….+f(1000) S = 6 + 7 + 8 + ….+ (1005) = We know that: Sn = (n/2)(an + a1) S = (1000/2)*(1005 + 6) = 500* (1011)…

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**DAVID COPPERFIELD**

After David’s unfortunate encounter with Mr. Murdstone in Chapter 5 of David Copperfield, he sent away to Salem House where Mr. Creakle is the headmaster. He is a man with a “fiery face” with…

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**MATH**

**Determine the interval of values of x if |3x+5|<10**

l 3x + 5 l < 10 That means: 3x + 5 < 10 or -(3x+5) <10 3x + 5 < 10 or 3x + 5 > -10 ==> -10 < 3x + 5 < 10 Now subtract 5: ==> -15 < 3x < 5 Divide by…

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**MATH**

**Calculate (sin110)^2 + (cos70)^2**

We notice that sin 110 = sin 70. We’ll prove that using the formula: sin (a-b) = sin a * cos b – sin b* cos a We’ll put a = 180 and b = 70 sin(180-70) = sin 110 = sin 180*cos 70 – sin 70 * cos 180…

**MATH**

**Calculate the value of the sum cos40 + cos60 + cos120 + cos140.**

cos40 + cos60 + cos120 + cos140 Let us rewrite: cos40 + cos60 + cos(180-60) + cos(140) But cos(180-60) = – cos60 ==> cos40 + cos60 – cos60 + cos(140) ==> cos40 + cos(140) We know that: cosa +…

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**MATH**

**Which is the equation of the line that passes through the points A(1;2) and B(-1;-2)**

We hav the points: A(1, 2) and B(-1,-2) The equation for the line passes through the points is: y-yA = m(x-xA) where m is the slope: m = (yB-yA)/(xB-xA) = -2-2/ -1-1 = -4/-2 = 2 ==> y- 2 =…

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**THE SOUND AND THE FURY**

**What does Quentin mean with the response “temporary” in the last part of his section?**

There are several approaches that can be taken with this particular idea. It’s a challenge to parse the meaning of the work through the use of one word and it should be noted that the use of…

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**MATH**

**If you are traveling 50 miles at 60mph how long would it take you to get there????**

We are traveling at a speed S = 60 m/h The distance we are traveling is D = 50 m We know that: Speed (S) = distance (D)/ Time (T) 60 = 50 / T ==> T = 50/60 = 5/6 hour ==> T = 5/6 * 60 minutes…

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**SCIENCE**

**Why do some femur breaks required a metal rod inserted in the bone for healing?**

The type and severity of the fracture will determine the appropriate treatment. It also depends on the persons general state of health including bone health. If the person has any additional…

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**CRY, THE BELOVED COUNTRY**

**Why does Kumalo go to the mountain of Emoyeni to keep vigil in Cry, the Beloved Country?**

The mountain called Emoyeni is a place of inspiration for Kumalo. He goes to the mountain in times of great crisis in his life. Three times he has gone to Emoyeni – once when his son Absalom was…

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**MATH**

**Solve the equation 3^(x^2-4x)=1/27.**

3^(x^2 – 4x) = 1/27 Let us rewrite: 3^(x^2 – 4x) = 1/3^3 3^(x^2 – 4x) = 3^-3 The bases are equals, then the powers should be equals in order for the equality to hold: ==> x^2 – 4x = -3 ==>…

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**MATH**

**Calculate sinb if cosb=-1/2 and b is in the third quadrant .**

cos b = -1/2 We know that: sin^2 b + cos^2 b = 1 ==> sin^2 b = 1 – cos^2 b ==> sin^2 b = 1- (1/4) = 3/4 ==> sin b = sqrt3/2 Since b is in the 3rd quadrant, then sin b is negative. ==>…

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**MATH**

**Solve the equation 2*ln (x+1) = ln (x+3)**

2 ln (x+1) = ln (x+3) We know that: a ln b = ln b^a ==> ln (x+1)^2 = ln (x+3) ==> (x+1)^2 = (x+3) Expand brackets: ==> x^2 + 2x + 1 = x+3 Now group similar: ==> x^2 +x -2 = 0 ==>…

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**MATH**

**Verify if the points A(1,4) and B(0,5) belong to the graph of f(x) = 5 – x**

f(x) = 5-x We need to verify wether A and B belong to f(x) In order for the point to be on the graph, then it must verify the equation> for A(1,4) f(1) = 4 ??? 5-1 = 4 4= 4 It verifies the…

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**MACBETH**

**Is Macbeth responsible for his own actions, or do the witches control him?William Shakespeare’s…**

You might actually come down either way on this, I am sure you could argue both sides, but I would contend that Macbeth is ultimately responsible. The witches don’t actually have a great deal of…

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**MATH**

**Calculate cos a if sin a = 2/3 and a is in the second quadrant.**

sin a= 2/3 We know that: sin^2 a + cos^2 a= 1 ==> cos^2 a = 1 – sin^2 a ==> cos^2 a = 1- (2/3)^2 ==> cos^2 a = 1- 4/9 ==> cos^2 a= 5/9 ==> cos a = sqrt5/3 But a is in the 2nd…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**Explain Atticus’s statement: “It’s all adding up, and one of these days we are going to pay the…**

What Atticus is talking about here is the racial injustice in Maycomb. In this passage, Atticus is talking about how the whites who have all the power in Maycomb have been abusing the blacks for a…

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**MATH**

**Determine the coordinates of the vertex of the function f = 2x^2-5x+3.**

f(x) = 2x^2 – 5x + 3 F(x) is a parabola where: a= 2 b= -5 c=3 The coordinates of th vertex is: (x, y) such that: x= -b/2a = 5/4 y= (4ac-b^2)/4a = (4*2*3 – 25)/4 = -1/8 Ot to find y, we…

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**THE BOOK THIEF**

**What is the main message that the author is trying to tell us about life in The Book Thief?**

Zusak does want to relay messages regarding death and hardship to his readers, but he also makes important messages about family, friends, and personal connections throughout the novel. At the…

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**MATH**

**Which is the real number x if the string 1, 3x+1, 13, 19, … is A.P.**

1, 3x +1, 13, 19 , …. , is an arthimatical progression: We know that: 19 = 13 + r ==> r = 6 ( is the ratio between the terms) Then: 3x+1 = 1 + r 3x +1 = 1+6 3x+1 = 7 ==> 3x = 6 ==> x=…

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**MATH**

**Solve the equation log 4 (x-8) = 2 .**

log 4 (x-8) = 2 We know that if log a (b) = c ==> b= a^c ==> x-8 = 4^2 ==> x-8 = 16 ==> x= 16+8 ==> x= 24 Let us check: log 4 (x-8) = 2 log 4 (24-8) =2 log 4 (16) = 2 ==> 16 =…

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**MATH**

**Which are the elements of the set A = { x real number/|x+1|=<3 }**

l x+1 l =< 3 That means: x+1 =< 3 or -(x+1) =< 3 x+1 =< 3 or x+1 => -3 ==> -3 =< x+1 =< 3 Subtract 1: ==> -4 =< x =< 2 Then x values belong to the…

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**MATH**

**Determine the coordinates of vertex of the function f=3x^2-4x+2 .**

f(x) = 3x^2 – 4x + 2 F(x) is a parabola where: a= 3 b= -4 c = 2 The coordinates of the vertix is: (x, y) x= -b/2a = 4/6= 2/3 y= (4ac-b^2)/4a = (4*3*2 – 16)/12 = (24-16)/12= 8/12= 2/3 Then…

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**MATH**

**Solve the equation ( x^3 + x^2 + 3x – 10 )^1/3 = x.**

(x^3 + x^2 + 3x -10)^1/3 = x To the 3rd power: x^3 + x^2 + 3x – 10 = x^3 ==> Reduce similar: ==> x^2 + 3x – 10 = 0 ==> (x+5)(x-2) = 0 ==> x1= -5 ==> x2= 2

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**BUSINESS**

**Why is it useful to consider both unfavorable risks and favorable uncertainties as part of the…**

I think that in the interests of full transparency both risks and uncertainties have to be included in the project planning process. In my mind, the moment where disclosure of both risks and…