# Explain the concept of working capital.

**BUSINESS**

**Explain why foreign exports are added & imports subtracted in case of Aggregate Demand?**

Aggregate demand is the sum of all the expenditure that takes place within an economy. This is usually divided into the following categories, expenditure due to consumption by people in the…

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**BUSINESS**

**Explain the concept of working capital.**

There are at least a couple of different definitions of working capital that I am aware of. In one definition, working capital is a measure of how efficiently a company is working and how healthy…

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**A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM**

**What is the role of language in the play?**

Each group of characters has a distinctive mode of language. Theseus and Hippolyta speak blank verse, as befits their status and dignity as rulers. The four lovers speak mostly in less dignified…

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**THE TELL-TALE HEART**

**What are the conflicts and imagery in “The Tell-Tale Heart”?**

What is interesting about this story is that there isn’t any “real” conflict in the story. The man who kills the old man even explains that he didn’t have any real motive to kill the old man…

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**HISTORY**

**Give an example of a historical figure who misused philosophy.**

To me, the most obvious example of a historical figure misusing philosophy would be Hitler. Hitler used philosophies (like those of Nietzsche) to justify his war of aggression and his genocide…

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**LORD OF THE FLIES**

**Why is Ralph essential to insuring the boys survival?**

In some ways, Ralph is essential to the boys survival as he ends up being one of the few interested in actually maintaining a signal fire that will lead to them being rescued. He and Piggy of…

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**HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER’S STONE**

**Who is the antagonist and protagonist in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and why?**

The protagonist of story or novel is the hero — the person we are rooting for or that is the focal point of the story. Sometimes they can be horrible people, but in this case, the protagonist is…

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**HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER’S STONE**

**What is an example of irony used in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone?How is irony used?**

I think one of the first and key pieces of irony that we are presented with in the novel is when the Dursley family try to do everything they possibly can to escape and run away from the letters…

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**THE KITE RUNNER**

**Why do kites symbolize culture in The Kite Runner?**

When Americans think of kites they visualize beautiful sunny days, nice winds and a beautiful kite, or a kite of a favorite childhood character, or perhaps a sophisiticated “cool” kite, but they…

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**BUSINESS**

**Write notes on the right to consumer protection.**

Simply put, the right to consumer protection argues that individuals have an entitlement to be free from harmful practices by corporations that are not representative of good faith. Consumer…

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**SONS AND LOVERS**

**The oedipus complex in D.H. Lawrence’s Sons and Lovers.**

Perhaps Sigmund Freud’s most celebrated theory of sexuality, the Oedipus complex takes its name from the title character of the Greek play Oedipus Rex. In the story, Oedipus is prophesied to murder…

**FRANKENSTEIN**

**How do I create a plot graph for Frankenstein?i have to do a plot graph using quotes from…**

A plot graph is sometimes called a plot diagram or plot triangle. The graph starts at the left and moves to the right, up to a point as if drawing the first side of a triangle, descending down to…

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**1984**

**In 1984, in what ways is Oceania a totalitarian state?**

There is certainly enough evidence for you to identify, even just by reading the first chapter, that would suggest that Oceania is a totalitarian state. This is one of the central themes of this…

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**MATH**

**For what values of m and n is (5,-3) the solution of the equations:mx-y=23 nx+y=12**

From the 1st equation, mx-y=23 m(5) – (-3) = 23 5m + 3 = 23 5m = 23 – 3 = 20 m = 20 / 5 = 4 From 2nd equation, nx+y=12 n(5) + (-3) = 12 5n = 15 n = 15 / 5 = 3 Therefore, the required answers…

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**THE DIVINE COMEDY**

**What is Farinata Degli Uberti’s prophecy regarding Dante? (Canto 10, Divine Comedy)**

Canto X takes place in circle 6 of Hell where, according to the principle of cotrappasso, the heretics are eternally tormented as they denied the eternity of the soul. The character who makes the…

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**THE OPEN WINDOW**

**Describe how foreshadowing is used in “The Open Window” by Saki.**

Of course, the power of this excellent short story lies in the “sting in the tail” at the end, which perhaps surprises us, and yet, when we read the story, there are a series of key indicators that…

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**DEATH OF A SALESMAN**

**Who does willy’s father symbolize?**

The past action is dramatized fragments of memory. These scenes of past action come out of Willy’s head; they are consequently subjective and distorted visions of the past rather than accurate…

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**MATH**

**For this linear system what values of m and n is (5,-3) the solutionmx+ny=12 mx-ny=18**

We have to find for what values of m and n is (5, -3) the solution for the two equations. mx+ny=12…(1) mx-ny=18…(2) Now we substitute x with 5 and y with -3 in the two equations (1) and (2)….

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**MACBETH**

**Compare the ghosts in Hamlet (Hamlet’s father’s ghost) and Macbeth (Banquo’s ghost).**

There are quite a few differences between the appearance of the ghosts in Hamlet and in Macbeth, differences in how the ghosts affect the plot, what they do, and the effect that they have on the…

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**MATH**

**How do I solve for m and n? mx-y=23 nx+y=12**

We have to find m and n using the equations : mx – y = 23…(1) nx + y = 12…(2) Now we see that there are 4 terms m, n, x and y in the two equations given. So we can only write 2 of them in terms…

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**FRANKENSTEIN**

**“Frankenstein”Analyse “Frankenstein” determining if it is written as a warning about the danger…**

Because Mary Shelley is a Romanticist, and her views would have been in conflict with the Realists of her day who sought to push science to its bounds, I think that Frankenstein is a little bit of…

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**THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW**

**How is Ichabod Crane’s character characterized in Washington Irvings short story ‘The Legend of…**

In the short story, Crane is a school teacher. He is lanky and kind of awkward in the way he carries himself. He is an individual that does not necessarily strike one as intense, as he is quite…

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**THE LOTTERY**

**How would you compare and contrast “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson and “A Rose For Emily” by…**

These are two very interesting short stories to compare and contrast, as they are both thought of as examples of Gothic fiction. I understand that you are focussing on the two female protagonists…

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**MATH**

**Find the center and radius of the circle whose equation is given by: x^2 + y^2 – 10x – 2y + 22 = 0**

We have to find center and radius of the circle with the equation x^2 + y^2 – 10x – 2y + 22 = 0. Now the standard equation of a circle with center (a,b) and radius r is : (x-a)^2 + (y-b)^2 = r^2….

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**THE WINE OF ASTONISHMENT**

**What exactly is it that pushed the new government to outlaw the spiritual baptist religion?What…**

THE REASON THE AUTHORITIES HAD FOR OUTLAWING THE SHOUTER BAPTIST RELIGION IS THAT THEIR WAY OF WORSHIPPING OR EVANGALISATION WAS TOO LOUD. THEY SAID THEIR RINGING OF THE BEL AND THE CATCHING OF THE…

**MATH**

**Find all real solution to the rational equation x / (x + 4) = -3 / (x – 2) + 18 / (x – 2) (x + 4)**

x/ (x+ 4) = -3 / (x-2) + 18/ (x-2)(x+4) First we will find the common denominator for all three terms: the common denominator is : ( x-2)(x+4) ==> x(x-2) / (x-2)(x+4) = -3(x+4)/ (x-2)(x+4) +…

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**MACBETH**

**i need to write a paragraph on how the witches contribute in making macbeth’s tragedy…**

I would say you should look at the witches’ predictions and see how they encourage Macbeth to act. Look at how the first predictions encourage him to kill Duncan. Look at how they make him want…

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**MATH**

**Write the rational number 5.31313131 … as the ratio of two integers**

Let us rewrtie the number 5.313131… as a series: 5.313131… = 5 + 0.31 + 0.0031 + 0.000031 + …. We notice that the terms: 0.31 + 0.0031 + 0.000031 … are terms of a geometric series where…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**In chapter fifteen contrast the two groups of men Atticus faces in To Kill a Mockingbird by…**

In To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus faces two different groups of men at the jail where Tom Robinson is being held for the alleged rape of Mayella Ewell. The group that approaches the jail are made…

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**ARTS**

**what is the message of the song ” i will always love you” by dolly partonwhat is the message of…**

I think that this song is about how love is or at least ought to be selfless. In this song, the speaker is actually taking leave of her lover. She is letting him go, but still saying that she…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**In chapter thirteen of To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, what elements heighten the contrast…**

In To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, there are several elements that create a sharp contrast between Atticus and Aunt Alexandra. First of all, Atticus is a man of few words. He does not…

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**MATH**

**f(x) = 2x + 2 and g(x) = sqrt (x + 3).Find (f o g)(6)**

f(x) = 2x + 2 g(x) = sqrt(x+3) We need to determine : fog (6) First we need to determine fog (x) ==> fog (x) = f ( g(x)) = f ( sqrt(x+3) = 2 ( sqrt(x+3) +…

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**ERNEST HEMINGWAY**

**How did Ernest Hemingway use understatment in his fiction?**

Ernest Hemingway was famous for using understatement in his fiction and for being a great advocate of this technique. He once said that a good work of fiction should resemble an iceberg, in which…

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**MATH**

**Find the point (0, y) that is equidistant from (4, -9) and (0, -2).**

Let A( 0, y) be the point that is equidistant from B( 4, -9) and C( 0, -2) Then we conclufde that , the distance between A and B equals the distance between A and C ==> l AB l = l AC l l AB l…

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**HAMLET**

**How does religion affect Hamlet’s behaviour?**

Religion is alluded to by Hamlet and spoken of directly in his opening soliloquy of Act I, scene ii (“Or that the Everlasting had not fix’d/His canon ‘gainst self-slaughter”). However, the play’s…

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**MATH**

**Find the equation of the line that has an x intercept at x = -4 and y intercept at y = 5**

The line has x intercept x = -4 and y intercept y= 5 Then the line passes throught the points: A( -4, 0) and B( 0, 5) now we will use the slope formula to determine the equation of the line: y-…

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**LORD OF THE FLIES**

**For Ralph why does the pig’s skull know “all the answers and won’t tell”? Explain your…**

Ralph, unlike Simon, has not figured out that he is fighting not only Jack, but the evil inside all mankind. Simon had figured that out when he had his “conversation” with the pig’s head. The head…

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**MATH**

**Find the equation of the line through the point (-3 , 2) and has x intercept at x = -1.**

The line passes through the point ( -3, 2) and has x intercept at x = -1 Then the line passes through the point ( -1, 0) too Now we have the line passes through two points : A( -3,2) and B (-1, 0)…

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**IN THE REGION OF ICE**

**How does Joyce Carol Oates resolve the thematic issues of “In the Region of Ice?”**

I think that Oates resolves the character complexities in the short story in not providing a quick resolution. Oates develops Sister Irene in a complex manner. Throughout the story, Sister Irene…

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**MATH**

**The price of a pair of trousers was decreased by 22% to $30. What was the original price of the…**

We will assume that the original price before price reduction = x The price was decreased by 22% Then the price after sale = The original [price – the amount reduced…

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**MATH**

**Find the distance between the points A(3 , 4) and B(5 , 8)**

Given the points A(3,4) and The point B(5,8) We need to determine the distance or the length of the segment AB Then we will use the distance formula: We know that: AB = sqrt[( x2-1×1)^2 +…

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**MATH**

**If Logx (1 / 8) = – 3 / 2, then x is equal to what?**

log x ( 1/8) = -3/2 First we will rewrite using the exponent: ==> x^(-3/2) = (1/8) Now we will use exponent properties: We know that : a^- c/b = (1/a)^c/b ==> (1/x)^ 3/2 = (1/8) We know…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**What key points should I address when creating a presentation about human resources?What are…**

A job I would find intriguing would be a Human Resource Manager (HRM). Since I would be working with all kinds and types of people, it would behoove me to develop and hone those skills while still…

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**HISTORY**

You could answer this in a few different ways: First of all, you could say that Pope Julius I made Christmas in the 300s. He was the one who decided that Christ’s birth happened on December 25….

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**What do Miss Maudie’s azaleas symbolize in To Kill a Mockingbird?**

Azaleas are a colorful flower that blooms in the spring in the South. Their bright colors announce the change in season. Azaleas are a symbol of spirit and determination, even rebirth. These…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**How does the summation (in “Excerpts from Summations”) compare to Atticus’ summaryin To…**

There certainly are several parallels between the Scottsboro trials and the trial of Tom Robinson; and, there are parallels that can be drawn between the summations of the trial of the “Scottsboro…

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**THE OUTSIDERS**

**Name different events or ways that shows how Ponyboy has lost his innocence in The Outsiders.**

In The Outsiders, S.E. Hinton is careful to show Ponyboy’s loss of innocence through his change in attitude to fighting. Hinton presents two scenes that almost lead to fights, one before the…

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**HISTORY**

**According to My Life and Work bY Henry Ford, what are two benefits of the assembly line?**

I think that Ford is saying that the assembly line is good in at least a couple of ways. First, he is saying that it is easier on the workers. One of the principles of the assembly, he says, is…

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**LITERATURE**

**What would you say is the narrative structure of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus?**

The novel is divided into four sections that, however, are not arranged following a chronological order. Told through the first person narration of its protagonist Kambili, Purple Hibiscus starts…

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**THE CHRYSALIDS**

**In The Chrysalids give at least two examples showing the strength of Rosalind.**

This is a great question as it forces us to examine Rosalind’s character more carefully in the novel and consider the role that she plays. Clearly, the fact that she is living as a deviant in a…