Explain your most memorable Halloween.Well, Halloween is coming , so please share your…

# Explain your most memorable Halloween.Well, Halloween is coming , so please share your…

• MATH

Given a=2x/(1+x^2) and b=(1-x^2)/(1+x^2) calculate a^2+b^2.

To determine the sum of the squares of a and b, we’ll apply the formula: (a+b)^2 = a^2 + 2ab + b^2 We’ll isolate to the right side the sum a^2 + b^2. For this reason, we’ll subtract 2ab both…

• REFERENCE

Explain your most memorable Halloween.Well, Halloween is coming , so please share your…

I have several memorable Halloweens, but probably the most memorable would be the one when I was in tenth grade. Some of my friends and I decided that we were going to go trick-or-treating. A few…

• MATH

Determine x if triangle ABC is isosceles. AB = x + 3 , BC = 3x – 6, AC = 4x -7.

According to the rule that an isosceles triangle has 2 sides that have equal lengths and 2 angles, formed with the equal sides, which have the same measure, we’ll impose the constraint that the…

• RELIGION

Are there ghosts or is there a God, and how do we know?I want to be a unique person.

Your question about whether ghosts exist and whether God exists is a complicated and interesting one. Both of these things are usually entirely based on personal opinion. A ghost is generally…

• TO SIR, WITH LOVE

In To Sir, With Love, why does the narrator term the report as an outrage?

I assume you are refering to the newspaper article that is published about the school in Chapter Twenty. The narrator refers to this as an outrage, rightfully in my opinon, precisely because it…

• SCIENCE

The force exerted by one object on other object is-: 1.gravitational 2.electrostatic…

Your question does not have enough information to answer. Depending on the circumstances all, some, or only one answer may be correct. Please be more specific.

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Why is it that some citizens do not wish to participate in or support community policing?Give…

This has actually been a big topic of discussion with my home owner’s association recently. As we look at our budget and the possibility of raising community dues again, the question comes up,…

• THE WINTER’S TALE

what are the moral lessons that we have learnt from the winter,s tale?i want to know the good…

Some moral lessons from the winter’s tale: Leontes(we must think logically before judging others) – Camillo (never to make bad deeds however who told us to do .. and God says in the Holy Quran (But…

Regarding the article below, how can I explain the relationship between inflation and…

• HISTORY

Describe the experiences of African-Americans during the Great Depression and as they took part…

In the 1920s, African American culture had flourished thanks to the Harlem Renaissance and several groups were created to fight against racism and segregation (Marcus Garvey’s Universal Negro…

• THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

To what extent is Shylock, in The Merchant of Venice, defined by his religion and profession?

In the play, Shylock’s dramatic function is as the comic villain, and as such, is boxed into a role that emphasizes his negative character traits. So the aspects of his Jewishness and his point of…

• RELIGION

Human nature is fundamentally good…Fact or opinion?Human nature is fundamentally good…Fact or…

This is completely a matter of opinion. There is no way to determine what is fundamentally our human nature and it is also pretty hard to objectively determine what is bad or good. For example,…

• ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST

How does the themes One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest make the readers question reality?In other…

There isn’t a much more surreal setting than a mental institution in the time frame of the story. The boundary between what happens outside in society and inside the walls of the hospital could…

• LITERATURE

Of Mice and Men – chapter 5: A motif is a recurring image, theme, or idea. The motif of hands…

In Chapter One of Of Mice and Men, Lennie’s hands are described in anthromorphic terms, as paws. For Lennie is essentially animal-like, simple in his reasoning abilities. His reaction to Curley’s…

• RELIGION

How and why do Hindus and Buddhists communicate with the unseen world? How and why do Hindus and…

The nature of unseen world referred in the question is not clear. However, since it is in context of religion, I gather it refers to the spiritual world that exists beyond the physical world…

• RELIGION

Has religion had a generally negative impact on Hindu and Buddhist women? Has religion had a…

The previous post is correct. I cannot agree with these thoughts anymore. I think that there are some jumps made in the logic of the question that have to be assessed. The first would be the…

• RELIGION

What is the ultimate religious goal for Hindus and Buddhists, and why do they seek it? What is…

I think that both methods of religious worship are very similar, but I also believe that one makes a slight mistake in combining the two. The absence of creative deities in one and their dominant…

• RELIGION

How and why do Hindus and Buddhists discipline their bodies? How and why do Hindus and Buddhists…

Disciplining of the body in the Hindu and Buddhist religious traditions are intended to keep the body fit, as well as to help the soul, which is considered to be separate from body, to gain…

• MATH

(1) 2x(square) + 5x – 3= 0 (2) 2x(square) – 5x + 3= 0 (3) x(square) + x + 1= 0 (4) 2x(square)…

To solve the equations we factorise and equate each factor to zero and solve for x. Also we can solvefor by competion of square. (1) 2x(square) + 5x – 3= 0 2*x^2-6x +x-3 = 0 2x(x-3)+1(x-3) = 0…

• SCIENCE

Having students take more thoughtful notesOur school had a project involving the use of Cornell…

I have found this to be a consistent problem in my school, and one of the areas in which we have failed, often times, to prepare them for college, when note taking becomes even more important. One…

• THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

Compare Bassanio and Portia’s six suitors other suitors in The Merchant of Venice.Why does Portia…

Your question seems to lack understanding of some of the details of Portia’s situation when she enters the play in Act I, scene ii. Portia is not given the opportunity to choose her husband…

• OTHELLO

In Othello, where is Emilia’s loyalty? Explain!

In Act 3, Emilia is clearly loyal to her husband. She steals the handkerchief because Iago bade her to and she remains silent when Othello questions Desdemona as to its whereabouts. But at the…

• LITERATURE

Please give clear definitions of Marxism, Modernism, New Criticism and Postcolonialism.

Marxist criticism considers literature as inseparable from history and from the social practices of the era in which literary works are produced and/or interpreted. Because history is the field of…

• SCIENCE

The force with one object attracts other object is-: 1.gravitational 2.electrostatic…

The force that exists between any two object causing then to attract each other to attract toward it self is called gravitational force. This force is very weak force for small bodies. But it can…

• LITERATURE

Is there a famous quote which “keeps you going”? Do share!I love Marlowe’s “What nourishes me…

One that I discovered quite recently and made me laugh out loud was a quote from the French Ambassador Paul Claudel, on the eve of the 1929 Wall Street crash. He said: “Between the crisis and the…

• REFERENCE

What is a ROR Website Development ?

ROR stands for Ruby On Rails and It’s an open source Frame work for making web application. ROR is a full-stack framework that allows the web developer to collect information from the web server….

• HISTORY

History Buffs! If u could go back in time, where would u go?I so would totally go back to the…

Wow! That is quite some time travelling, you have got there, herappleness! For me, I would have to choose between two times: Shakesperian England (can you imagine actually watching the “premier” of…

• THE STORY OF AN HOUR

How did this story became a favorite amongst the Women Liberation movement in the 1970s?How did…

The 70s were the brainchildren of the very shaky year of 1968 when America saw all kinds of voiced opinions and civil unrest. In The Story of an Hour, we have the situation of a woman who has found…

• HISTORY

What caused the levee in New Orleans to break?

One of the cuases of the levees breaking or failing during Hurrican Katrina had to do with the actual design of the flood walls surrounding portions of the city of New Orleans. Designs called for…

• RELIGION

Are religions necessarily conservative, from the viewpoint of social progress?This question stems…

I do not think that all religions are necessarily conservative in all places. There will be times and places when the tenets of a religion will be “ahead” of the current social values. I think it…

• OTHELLO

How does Othello’s tragic nature lead to his downfall?

You will wind up with different reads on this. For my bet, part of why I think this drama is one of Shakespeare’s most underrated is because it reflects the challenges of being an outsider. I…

• NICOMACHEAN ETHICS

According to Aristotle in the Nicomachean Ethics, what is the chief good at which all human…

I think that the best answer to this is that all human beings are trying to find happiness. Aristotle says that everything we do is in some way aimed at a goal (or “end”) that we think is good….

• A CHRISTMAS MEMORY

In “Christmas Memory”, the relatives send Buddy off to a military school. How does this…

In “The Christmas Memory,” a story is told of a boy (Buddy) and his [elderly] cousin, and a memory of Christmas celebrations, which though a long tradition with them, will be their last Christmas…

• PHILOSOPHY

According to Plotinus, what is beauty? How does a person come to recognize that something is…

Plotinus treatise ‘On that aesthetics, metaphysics, ethics, philosophy, and psychology are all interconnected. Hence, beauty is everywhere and can be summoned in many ways. However, there are…

• EPICTETUS

What does he mean when Epictetus says a person should live in accordance with nature?

Epictetus, a Greek Stoic philosopher, defines nature as (1) that which is “invariable, inviolable, and valid for all human beings”; (2) divided into prohairetic things and aprohairetic things; (3)…

• SCIENCE

What is dengue fever?

Dengue Fever is … no fun at all. You get this disease in the tropics, and it is carried by mosquitoes. Sometimes it is called Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever, and it can be life threatening. The…

• THINGS FALL APART

What are some of the fundamental morals of the Igbo community, and how were they reflected by the…

The Igbo community of Western Nigeria, as reflected in Chinua Achebe’s novel Things Fall Apart, are: Patriarchal: It is a male-dominated society. Status is defined by the male: titles taken,…

• A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

“Cupid is a knavish lad, thus to make females mad…” what does this quote mean?

This quote comes from Act III, Scene 2 of the play. It is spoken by Puck. What Puck means when he says this is that love drives women crazy. In ancient Roman mythology, Cupid could cause people…

• YOUNG ADULT BOOKS AND CENSORSHIP

What are the defining characteristics of series novels?What value do formulaic books hold for…

If we were looking at such works from a thematic point of view, most of these works embrace a form of the opportunity ideology. Essentially, this means that these stories depict characters who…

• HISTORY

Compare and contrast what Reagan promised the American people with what his administration…

I feel that much of this question is contingent on how much credit Reagan is going to get for injecting consumer confidence back into the American psyche. The reality of capitalism’s booms and…

• 1984

In 1984, what is the significance of Comrade Ogilvy?

Winston Smith’s work at the Ministry of Truth is to rectify or update the historical record so that it corresponds with previously published newspaper articles. A case in point is Comrade Ogilvy….

• OF MICE AND MEN

Discuss the setting of chapters 1 and 2 for the novel Of Mice and Men and how the setting is…

In Steinbeck’s novella Of Mice and Men, chapters 1 and 2 contrast in terms of nature (Ch. 1) vs. society (Ch. 2) and freedom (Ch. 1) vs. work (Ch. 2). The novella begins in medias res (in the…

• WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

Do you think Shakespeare should still be taught in schools?

In my mind, my response would be why not? I guess I am not convinced of the case that would call for not teaching Shakespeare. His dramas are filled with life lessons from which students can…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

I need a quote from when Scout is on Boo’s balcony, (ch 31) explaining the events he would have…

I believe you are referring to the time Scout spends on Arthur “Boo” Radley’s front porch after walking him home. This, of course, happens after Boo saves Jem from Bob Ewell. As Scout turns to…

• 1984

In Book 3, Ch. 2 O’Brien shows Winston the “mutability of the past.” Explain the incident that he…

Eleven years before the events in this chapter, Winston had seen a picture that proved that something that the Party said was false. In this chapter, O’Brien shows Winston a copy of that picture….

• THE PLOT AGAINST AMERICA

Comment on the symbolism in The Plot Against America.

In this excellent novel, in which Roth reimagines the history of America in the 1930s and in the lead up to World War II, one of the most important symbols is the election of Lindbergh as US…

• HEALTH

Back pain (and lower back pain) as a symptom of many of us to be treatedDear friends. Many of you…

Education is the best prevention! There are many people who suffer from pain, espcially lower back pain. Some back pain is easily treatable just by moving around. However, more serious pain will…

• REFERENCE

As an elementary education major between 1999 and 2003, the big push in literacy education was for “whole language learning” over teaching phonics. I remember wildly disagreeing with whole…

• HISTORY

What do you believe comprises a modern city, and why? Teacher had asked this question in the…

This link information is about the nearly four thousand years old Indus Valley civilization. Cities belonging to this civilization have been discovered at sites like Mohen-Jodaro and Harappa. A…

• THE CRUCIBLE

At one point, John Proctor identifies revenge as the true evil that is affliciting Salem Village….

The primary support for John’s claim is the incident of the poppet found in the Proctors’ household. The little doll belongs to Elizabeth, and when questioned, she does not hesitate to claim it…