# Explain why this is truly the story of Jem maturing more than Scout.The story is an exapmle of…

**MATH**

log 2 (x) + log 4 (x) >3 We know that: log a b = log c b / log c a ==> log 4 (x) = log 2 (x)/ log 2 (4) ==>log 2 (x) + log 4 (x) = log 2 (x) + log 2 (x)/ log 2 (4) > 3 But log 2 (4) =…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**Explain why this is truly the story of Jem maturing more than Scout.The story is an exapmle of…**

While Scout narrates the story, To Kill a Mockingbirdclearly shows Jem’s actual maturing more than Scout’s. Several examples of his growth and development are clearly seen throughout the novel….

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**MATH**

**Prove that the angle formed by the vectors u and v is obtuse if a>2. u=2i-aj ; v=i+j**

First, we have to calculate the inner product of the vectors u and v. u*v = |u|*|v|*cos (u,v) cos (u,v) = u*v/|u|*|v| Now, we’ll multiply the vectors u and v: (2i-aj)(i+j) = 2i^2 + 2i*j – ai*j -…

**MATH**

**Prove that f(a) + f(a+1) >= 0 if f(x) = x^2 + 3x + 2**

f(a) + f(a+1) >= 0 if f(x) = x^2 + 3x +2 f(a) = a^2 + 3a + 2 f(a+1) = (a+1)^2 + 3(a+1) + 2 We need to prove that: f(a) + f(a+1) => 0 Let us substitute: = a^2 + 3a + 2 + (a+1)^2 + 3(a+1) + 2…

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**HISTORY**

**Where can I find information about Judge Marcus Beach Campbell? He presided over a trial from…**

Judge Marcus Beach Campbell was born on November 18, 1866 in Newark, New Jersey. He earned his law degree from New York University School of Law and served as Kings County (New York) Court judge…

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**MATH**

**Find the monotony intervals of a function f = 18x^2 – lnx .**

f(x) = 18x^2 – lnx First let us find f'(x): f'(x) = 36x – (1/x) = (36x^2 – 1)/x = (6x-1)(6x+1)/x Now let us determine the critical values: (6x-1)(6x+1)/x = 0 ==> x1= 1/6 ==>…

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**HISTORY**

**Please explain the meaning of this song. Chester by William Billings, about 1777 Let tyrants…**

This song is one of the most famous songs from the era of the American Revolution. In it, the author is celebrating successes from the war and is praising God. He is anticipating that the…

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**MATH**

**What are the x and y intercepts for this equation? y=x/2*6 Also, how can I find the y…**

y = x/2*6 ==> y = x/12 The y interept is when the function intersect with the y-axis, in this case x value is 0. Then we need to substitute with x= 0 to find y values. y= 0/12 = 0 Then the…

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**MATH**

**Vectors u, v are perpendiculars. Determine the value of the parameter a from u and v….**

We’ll write the vectors u and v in this way: u = xu*i + yu*j v = xv*i + yv*j The constraint for 2 vectors to be perpendicular is: xu*xv + yu*yv = 0 Now, we’ll identify xu,xv,yu,yv from the…

**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**Scout is growing up and coming of age. Explain her feeilings now about: Their former games…**

It’s difficult to tell from your question where in To Kill a Mockingbird you’re referencing, but I’m guessing it’s the end of chapter 4. Jem got upset at Scout for contradicting him, so when they…

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**MATH**

**Calculate the lenghts of the side BC of the triangle ABC if AB=6 , AC=10 and area of ABC is 15*3^1/2**

Knowing the values of the lengths of the sides AB and AC, also the value of the area of the triangle, we’ll use the formula of the area: A = AB*AC*sin A/2 = 6*10*sinA/2 = 30*sin A But A = 15sqrt3…

**ANTHEM**

**What is ironic in Ayn Rand’s Anthem?**

Anthem is a Utopia/Dystopia novel. This genre is inherently ironic in that what the leaders see as “perfect,” at least one character sees as imperfect and prison-like. In Rand’s novella, the World…

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**WINTERGIRLS**

**What does this book say about anorexia?**

I think that Anderson’s work attempts to “speak” about a condition that is subjective, but one that has external consequences. Lia’s anorexia is a condition that she alone sees. No one else sees…

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**REBECCA**

**Why is Mrs. Danvers role throughout Rebecca so significant?**

Without Mrs. Danvers, there would be no mystery to this novel because it is she who keeps Rebecca’s ghost alive. We learn the truth about Rebecca and how evil she was by the end of the novel and we…

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**MATH**

**In triangle ABC , B=pi/3 . The length of the radius of the circumscribed circle is 1. Calculate…**

Because we know the length of the radius, we’ll calculate the length of the side AC, from the triangle AOC, where O is the center of the circumscribed circle. The side AC is opposing to the angle…

**GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL**

**In the book, “Guns, Germs, and Steel” Chapter 2, explain what we know about the Polynesian…**

Of course, Chapter 2 tells us a lot about Polynesian culture — way more than can be put down in a short answer. However, I think I can tell you the main point of the chapter and maybe you can go…

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**MATH**

**Calculate 1/(1+2i) + 1/(1-2i).**

First, we’ll ahve to calculate the LCD of the 2 ratios, which is: LCD = (1+2i)(1-2i) For the ratios to have the common denominator, we’ll multiply the first by (1-2i) and the second by (1+2i)….

**A TALE OF TWO CITIES**

**How do the Defarges manipulate the mender of roads in the Versailles scene? (Chapter 15)**

In A Tale of Two Cities, the French are pretty clearly divided into patriots and aristocrats. The patriots (peasants) must stand as a united front against the aristocrats (rich) if they ever hope…

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**MATH**

**Determine the coordinates of the vertex D in the parallelogram ABCD. A(-2,9), B(7,-4), C(8,-3).**

We know that the intercepting point of diagonals of a parallelogram is the midpoint of them. Let’s consider O as being the midpoint of AC and BD. We’ll calculate the coordinates of O, using the…

**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Do you think is ok for corporations to hire only the best qualify white males when the best…**

So you are asking if companies should hire the people who are best qualified even if that means they only hire white men? If so, I think that that is appropriate so long as they have objective…

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**SCIENCE**

**How do systematic and pulmonary circulations differ?**

Systemic circulation refers to the volume of blood that is delivered to the body as a whole after it leaves the left ventricle of the heart. In healthy adults with no cardiac disease this amount of…

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**ESSAY LAB**

**I am an English teacher, and I am looking for topics for definition essays.Also, do you know of…**

I found a couple of sites that might start the process. They seem very rudimentary and the last one is a pay site for essays on extended definitions. I think that you can run the gambit on…

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**THE GLASS MENAGERIE**

**Did Tennessee Williams make a slip in having Amanda say Laura is “crippled”?**

In the most of literal senses, I would say that Williams did not make an error in having Amanda state that Laura is “crippled.” Given the time in which Williams is writing, the term was used quite…

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**SCIENCE**

**What causes a person to get a risen?**

I will assume you are speaking of a cyst. Many things can cause the formation of a cyst. They can be infected or not infected. A good example of a cyst is in the female who shaves her underarms…

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**SCIENCE**

**Cellulitis or ErysipelasI would like to know if anyone else besides me has had either of these…**

I have had cellulitis before. It started with a small sore on my lower leg that was very painful. I went to the doctor because the redness around the sore was spreading and it was also very hot. He…

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**SCIENCE**

**Identify 3 density dependent factors that limit population size and explain how each exerts…**

Density-dependent factors are factors such as disease, parasites, or food supply that has an increasing effect as populations increase. Density-independent factors are factors such as…

**AS YOU LIKE IT**

**Comparative study of the romance between Rosalind and Orlando and of Touchstone and Audrey?**

This is a thougtful question, Icshakti, and one that gives a good insight into the question, “What is love?” as a main theme in As You Like It. To begin, the question was a very real one for…

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**MATH**

**Find Y at X on the circumference of a circle, centered at (0,0)**

We have the circle centered at O(0,0) r is the radius. ==> x^2 + y^2 = r^2 (x,y) is a point on the corcumference) There are unlimited points on the cicumference of the circle. However, the…

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**HISTORY**

**What are some examples of conflicts that have led to devastating effects?Ive thought of the…**

Outside of things like wars (of which there have been so many that you could mention), you could think about conflicts within countries that have had devastating effects on the people of those…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Real conflicts do not offer easy resolutions or neat closureIs this statement true and to what…**

I think this statement holds much truth. In situations of countries going to war, these major conflicts do not offer easy resolutions because often countries want very different things. During…

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**SCIENCE**

**Why does the high specific heat of water make it ideal as the main composition of our bodies?**

To remain healthy your body temperature needs to stay in a narrow range around 98.6 degrees F. Specific heat is a measure of how much heat energy it takes to raise or lower the temperature of any…

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**A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS**

**Is the ‘Hero’ and A Man for All Seasons one in the same in Robert Bolt’s play A Man for All Seasons?**

The short answer is ‘yes’. “[Thomas] More, “wrote Robert Whittinton in 1520, “is a man of an angel’s wit and singular learning. I know not his fellow. For where is the man of that gentleness,…

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**RUDYARD KIPLING**

**What techniques does the poem ‘If’ by Rudyard Kipling use to get his message across?**

I would say that the use of repetition is one way in which Kipling is able to get his message across to the reader. The idea of being able to suggest to the listener of the poem how one can “be a…

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**AS I LAY DYING**

**Did Anse know about Addie’s infidelity?**

I was always under the belief that Anse knew but chose to remain silent. The very fact that Jewel is so extremely different from anyone else in the family is enough to put his parentage to…

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**SCIENCE**

**Explain the difference between an internal/external fixation device**

Internal and external fixation devices are orthopedic devices used to stabilize a fractured bone (usually a long bone). When a bone is fractured it must be immobilized to heal correctly….

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**SCIENCE**

**Do paramedics use AED’s or defibrillators?**

Emergency medical personnel use defibrillators not AED’s (automated external defibrillators). AED’s were designed to be used by laypeople. An AED is a very useful tool to have if someone falls out…

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**THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PAJAMAS**

**Could it be said that “The Boy in Striped Pyjamas” contains a form of irony in the way that…**

Indeed, the way you explained it proves the irony in the work. You got it. I think that the fact that Bruno forms this friendship with Shmuel and is willing to sacrifice for his friend, a fellow…

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**POETRY**

**I am looking for an anaylysis of the poem “In Detention” by Christopher Van Wyk.This is a South…**

- M. Coetzee, author of Life & Times of Michael K and professor at the University of Cape Town, has stated in The New York Times (1/12/1986) that van Wyk’s poem “In Detention” is playing with…

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**SCIENCE**

**What will happen if water is compressed more and more? Can its bonds break in this way?**

You can answer this question by looking at the phase diagram for water. A phase diagram is a chart that shows the relationship between temperature, pressure, and the solid, liquid and vapor phases…

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**NO EXIT**

**How does Sartre use conflict to explore ideas of relationship and thoughts?**

Much of what hell is for Sartre though his play is conflict in relationships. This is what passes for pure torment. In creating an emotional setting whereby each of the individuals in hell must…

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**MACBETH**

**Is Macbeth a victim or a villain in the play Macbeth?why do you think he is either a victim or a…**

I have to see him as a villain. If Macbeth gets a free pass for being a victim, man, the floodgates open wide to allow anyone in to be victimized. I think that you can locate passages that…

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**BUSINESS**

**How can I edit a scanned page quickly so that I do not have to re-enter all information…**

The answer that I am providing assumes that you have Adobe Acrobat and a scanner. First scan the pages properly so that they are clearly visible. Save them as pdf documents. Then use the Optical…

**MACBETH**

**In Macbeth how does Shakespeare demonstrate how easily evil can destroy the human soul?What is…**

Concerning your question about Shakespeare’s Macbeth, I will play the devil’s advocate a bit. I don’t know what a human “soul” is, as it is used in this prompt. It seems to me that the term is…

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**BUSINESS**

**Explain the asspects such as content of training sessions, the training method.Designing a…**

Content of training sessions and training method are two clearly distinct aspect of a training program. Content of training is concerned with the nature of knowledge, understanding and skill sought…

**TEACHER BOOK REVIEWS**

**House Rules by Jodi PicoultThis summer for fun, I read House Rules by Jodi Picoult. The story is…**

I loved House Rules, but then I’m also a huge Picoult fan. I appreciate her interesting imagery and syntax and her ability to weave page-turning plots and modern issues. It seems that she does a…

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**THE THINGS THEY CARRIED**

**How does The Things They Carried relate to war?**

Tim O’Brien’s The Things They Carried is based on O’Brien’s experiences in the Vietnam war. In the chapter titled “The Things They Carried,” O’Brien describes the other soldiers in terms of the…

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**DRACULA**

**What should I be looking for if I must write notes on the Elements of Style, like language,…**

I’ll give you a basic idea of what each of these elements of style include – and hopefully you can take it from there. I’m going to take them out of order because I think it might make more sense…

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**THE STORY OF AN HOUR**

**What is the crime that Chopin writes about in “The Story of an Hour”? How important is this to…**

The “crime” that the narrator refers to in Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” relates to the unwritten rules in the institution of marriage at the time of the story. Louise has just learned that her…

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**THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN**

**” en don’t run no resk, ‘kase it’s down in de bills dat you’s gwyne to git hung.” ch.4 p.20….**

In Ch.4 of “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” the narrator Huckleberry spills some salt, One morning I happened to turn over the salt-cellar at breakfast. I reached for some of it as quick as I…

**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

There are lots of different reasons why people hate others, but most of the time it is a fear of the unknown. Essentially, we hate people because we are ignorant about them. Evolutionarily…