Explain in detail the role of model in decision making?My posted question is related with…

Explain in detail the role of model in decision making?My posted question is related with…

  • SCIENCE

Explain in detail the role of model in decision making?My posted question is related with…

Models are representation of reality in a form that helps in understanding and visualising the nature of the reality represented by the model, and in analysing the relationships between different…

  • SCIENCE

Explain the meaning of Analysis of variance.My posted question is related with Research…

The basic idea behind analysis of variance (also called ANOVA) is that it can tell you whether a set of statistical results can properly be divided into categories in some particular way. For…

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  • BUSINESS

Can anyone suggest me that may I send my file for manual is this…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What is a affirmative defense?

An affirmative defense is an answer and defense strategy to a criminal charge. The defendant readily admits that yes, he did the illegal act, but he is claiming an affirmative defense. For example,…

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  • LEO TOLSTOY

In “God Sees the Truth, But Waits,” how do the generalized characters act to fulfill the purpose…

Tolstoy does not give much direct characterization for his characters in “God Sees the Truth, But Waits”; in fact, the only character that readers know much about is Aksionov, the story’s…

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  • POETRY

What is the summary of the poem “No Men are Foreign” by James Kirkup?

As the title of the poem implies, this is a poem about the brotherhood of all men. The author is trying to argue that all people are essentially the same. He uses the word “foreign” to mean…

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  • ESSAY LAB

Writing a proposal for PH.D level.What are the steps for writing a propsal for PH.D level, and…

A Ph.D proposal should have a clear title suggesting the crux of your investigation and specific angularity of your thesis, if any. An introductory chapter is to be followed by a systematic…

  • WUTHERING HEIGHTS

What would be the theme of Wuthering Heights and Great Expectations?

I am assuming you might be looking for themes that are similar in both works. In Wuthering Heights, there is the theme of love, revenge, violence and cruelty and class conflict. In Great…

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  • REFERENCE

Is peer-to-peer communication a better choice when number of nodes is increasing largely?…

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  • SCIENCE

Are pregnancy test’s from a retailer accurate?

Yes, most have a high degree of accuracy. Sometimes inaccuracies occur when they are being read. Most people don’t realize that the very same urine pregnancy test you purchase at a retail outlet is…

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  • SCIENCE

Why would bypass surgery be needed?

Because your question is tagged with heart, I will assume you are asking about heart bypass. Many other “bypasses” exist. A CABG is coronary artery bypass graft surgery. When someone needs a CABG…

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  • MACBETH

Macbeth’s tragedy is that he understands the evil nature of his actions, but proceeds with them…

If you want to discuss Macbeth’s knowing the evil nature of what he does in Shakespeare’s Macbeth, you can look at a couple of passages that demonstrate his awareness. After Macbeth is told he…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What is hearsay evidence?

Hearsay evidence is secondhand evidence. Hearsay testimony is when one person (a witness) testifies that he heard another person (third person) say something. Hearsay evidence can be either…

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  • SCIENCE

What is a TURP procedure?

A TURP procedure is transurethral resection of the prostate. This is a surgical procedure performed on men who have an enlarged prostate gland either from BPH (benign prostatic hypertrophy) or…

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  • THE GLASS MENAGERIE

What is a good simple summary of The Glass Menagerie?Anything you find interesting in this play…

Sorry, you only get to ask one question. I assume your first question is the most important to you, so that’s the one I’ll answer. The Glass Menagerieis the story of the Wingfields–mom, son, and…

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  • FRANKENSTEIN

Explain how you as a reader responded to the monster based upon his acts of kindness and his acts…

I know that there has been much discussion of this over enotes. It is a significant part of the novel. In the end, I guess I feel that while what the monster did was reprehensible and cannot be…

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  • REFERENCE

What are the codes to change the usb font colours?i mean the colour of the files’s name?

On a Mac, this is quite easy. If you are looking to highlight the file’s name in different colors for recognition purposes, you will have to make sure you know on which file you wish to change…

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  • HILLS LIKE WHITE ELEPHANTS

What is a good, argumentative thesis statement for an essay on “Hills Like White Elephants”?I…

Part of this is going to come from your own impressions of Jig and the American. When developing any type of thesis, much of it comes from what you think you are able to prove in the process. I…

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  • REFERENCE

What is the best thing for your site to be famous?What is the best thing for your site to be famous?

There are many internet paths that one can pursue in order for one’s site to be famous. The term “famous” for the internet is a bit of a challenge. The concept of the world wide web and the…

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  • HAMLET

How does the character of Laertes relate to contemporary society under the themes of love and…

It’s clear in Hamlet that Laertes is a young man bent on revenge out of love for both his sister and his father. I’m not sure that makes him particularly contemporary. There is clearly a…

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  • OTHELLO

EXPLAIN “Cassio’s a proper man. Let me see now:/ To get his place and to plume up my will/ In…

This is a fairly devious line. The part upon which I would place focus would be the second half. The idea of “get his place” is a direct reference to being able to assume the position that Cassio…

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  • LITERATURE

Choose a motif in literature and note its appearance in three or four different works. What does…

Quoting a literary handbook from Bedford, a motif is “a recurrent, unifying element in an artistic work, such as an image, symbol, character type, action, idea, object, or phrase.” A motif…

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  • ANIMAL FARM

What is the main theme in Animal Farm by George Orwell?

There are a number of themes that you can identify in this book. You should follow the link to read what eNotes has to say about the themes. To me, the major theme is that power corrupts people….

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  • THE SUN ALSO RISES

Why is Robert the loser though he badly beat Jake (Romero?) in The Sun Also Rises?

Robert won the fight with Jake and Mike because he had been a boxer when he was a student at Princeton. Plus, Jake and Mike were drunk. Robert easily knocked them both out, despite Mike saying he…

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  • THE SUN ALSO RISES

In Chapter 16 of The Sun Also Rises, why does Montoya want to protect Romero, and how does he do…

Montoya wants to protect Romero because the boy is a prodigy in bull-fighting. Romero has a bright future, and Montoya does not want him spoiled by negative outside influences, like fame and women….

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  • THE SUN ALSO RISES

Describe the setting-up of Brett’s and Romero’s affair in The Sun Also Rises.

Brett meets Romero, the young bull fighter, while she is in Pamploma with Jake, Robert, Bill and Michael (her fiance). She is immediately attracted to him, even though she is 34 and he is only 19….

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  • THE SUN ALSO RISES

Explain how Romero is a Christ figure.

I personally don’t think he is a strong Christ figure. There are some reasons for the comparison, however. Romero goes into the ring to fight with two other bull fighters, just as when on the…

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  • THE SUN ALSO RISES

Explain Jake’s statement, “Enjoying living was learning to get your money’s worth and…

So much of Jake’s discussion and the way that he comes to view things in the two chapters as he thinks about his life and his friends and his relationships is about this “it” and learning to be…

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  • THE SUN ALSO RISES

Contrast Mike and Bill in Chapter 8 of The Sun Also Rises. Address how they handle alcohol and…

Both Mike and Bill, like most of the other characters in the book, like to drink and are frequently inebriated. Both tend to prattle on about inane subjects, but Bill seems much more in control of…

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  • THE SUN ALSO RISES

Relate the incident with racial prejudice in Vienna.Why does Bill remember this so vividly? Why…

Bill was watching a prize fight in Vienna and when the black fighter knocked out the white one and tried to make some kind of statement, the white guy went after him again and eventually there was…

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  • ANNE OF GREEN GABLES

In Anne of Green Gables, what are three ways that Anne changes from the time she arrives at Green…

  1. Anne recognizes her own self-worth, especially toward the end of Anne of Green Gables. As an orphan who is moved from home to home, Anne begins to see herself as undesirable. This is why she…

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  • SCIENCE

Describe the formation of platelets from pluripotent stem cells, including the influence of…

Platelets or thrombocytes are responsible for normal blood clotting, they are formed by hematopoietic tissues. They are cell fragments derived from megakaryocyte precursors. The average person…

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  • SCIENCE

What is fibrinolysis? Why does blood rarely remain clotted inside blood vessels?medical anatomy

Fibrinolysis is the destruction of fibrin. Fibrin is the insoluble protein in clotted blood. In order for blood to clot, sufficient amounts of fibrin (and other things like calcium) must be…

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  • SCIENCE

What functions do granular leukocytes, macrophages, B call’s, T cells, and natural killer cells…

All of these cells act as part of your immunologic response, the body’s defense mechanism that trys to fight off all sorts of pathogens and infections. Granular leukocytes have granules in the…

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  • A SEPARATE PEACE

In Chapter 9 of A Separate Peace, what language emphasizes the dismal world the boys seem to…

There is a particular passage in Chapter 9 that captures the bleak and dismal atmosphere at Devon. In it, Gene is describing the very end of winter before the arrival of spring. These excerpts from…

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

Why does Shakespeare use thunder and lightning with his setting? Is he trying to suggest cosmic…

Shakespeare uses thunder and lightening to not only to complement his theme of fate vs. free will as well as to enhance the mood of the play. Most of the storming occurs while Cassius is…

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

What is your impression of Cassius, the protangonist, or main character who drives the action in…

Cassius proves himself, by the end of Act One, to be a man of action. First, he has a very long conversation with Brutus, in which he not only plants the seed in Brutus of revolt (and…

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  • MY BROTHER SAM IS DEAD

What is your personal reaction about this book? (My Brother Sam Is Dead)

From a History teacher’s standpoint, I really like it. There are a couple of elements in the novel that I find appealing. The most elemental is the role of historical fiction in the classroom….

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  • THE BOOK THIEF

How has the use of conflict and crisis been used to effectively build up to a climax? List as…

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  • THE HELP

What are the symbols and motifs in The Help? Are there any mentioned on a regular basis?

Actually, the phrase “the help” is a recurring motif throughout the novel. Obviously, the phrase is used literally to refer to the maids; however, the phrase is also used to define the myriad…

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  • DISGRACE

Disgrace by J.m CoetzeeHow is the post-aparthied dispensation particularily revelant to David…

In a world where social politics have officially chosen to equalize people, one of the biggest problems that all the characters have is in trying to define, delineate and defend themselves….

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  • THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PAJAMAS

In the book The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, what did Bruno believe the place outside his window…

Actually, Bruno knew it was not a farm. Gretel told him that was a possibility, but they both agreed that there should be cows and pigs and horses if it was a farm. If they grew food, the ground…

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  • THE EDIBLE WOMAN

In The Edible Woman and Chocolat, what is the role that food plays in developing relationships?

In Vienne’s world, she had always belonged to a family which tightens bonds among people using food, particularly chocolate. In Chocolate the town is unified, freed, and even lightened up thanks to…

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  • THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

In The Merchant of Venice, what is Shakespeare saying about the nature of love?on the theme love…

Shakespeare offers three different versions of what we might consider romantic love–Portia and Bassanio, Jessica and Lorenzo, and Nerissa and Gratiano. The primary couple, Portia and Bassanio,…

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  • AND THEN THERE WERE NONE

When we encounter Emily Brent at work with her diary, why would she write down THE MURDERER’S…

Agatha Christie’s classic mystery novel, “And Then There Were None,” is a version of the “locked room” type of mystery. A group of people gather at an island home, only to be cut off from the…

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  • ROBERT BURNS

I need help to identify the type of stanza used by robert burns in “to a mouse”(A). standard…

This poem is in standard Habbie, also known as the Burns stanza. It is a six-line stanza rhyming aaabab. Lines 1, 2, 3, and 5 are in tetrameter (4 strong beats or accents per line), while lines 4…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the path of blood as it travels through the heart?

Blood is drained from the head and neck into the superior vena cava (largest vein in the body) which flows into the RA right atrium, venous return from the rest of the body also enters the RA…

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  • THE ABSOLUTELY TRUE DIARY OF A PART-TIME INDIAN

A character changes as a result of the novel’s events like behavior, appearance, personality. How…

Over the course of the novel, Junior matures and begins to realize that he must overcome obstacles to achieve his dreams. At the beginning of the novel, Junior introduces himself to the reader as…

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  • A RAISIN IN THE SUN

What is Hansberry’s view on the American Dream and how does the ending of A Raisin in the Sun…

The end of A Raisin in the Sun suggests that Hansberry believes that the American Dream is possible for everyone. Mama has been nursing her little plant for a while, and throughout the play, the…

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  • HISTORY

How did the Jews at concentration camps view their existence when death was a probability?

I am not sure anyone can answer this with great certainty unless they were there to experience such a reality. The other way this question can be answered is through survivor testimony or reading…

 


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