Find the function of the line passes through mid-point of AB where A(2,3) B(0,5) and…

Find the function of the line passes through mid-point of AB where A(2,3) B(0,5) and…

  • MATH

Find the function of the line passes through mid-point of AB where A(2,3) B(0,5) and…

The line passes through the point m which is midpoint of AB A(2,3) and B(0,5) To find the point (m) we will use the midpoint formula to determine the coordinates: We know that: xm = (xA+ xB)/2 =…

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  • MATH

What is the absolute value of the follwing: z = (1+i)/(2-3i)

z = (1+i)/(2-3i) First we will rewrite z in the standard form of the complex number which is z = a+ bi To do that we need to multiply and divide by the denominator inverse (2+3i) ==> z =…

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  • MATH

If log (x+2)^2 – log x^2 = log 5 ==> find x.

If log (x+2)^2 – log x^2 = log 5 First we will us ethe algorethim properties to solve. We know that: log a – log b = log a/b Now let us apply the rule to our function: ==> log (x+2)^2/x^2 = log…

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  • MATH

Find the maximum value for the function f(x) = 8+2x – 4x^2

f(x) = 8+ 2x – 4x^2 To find the maximum value for f(x), first we need to determine the first derivative of f(x). ==> f'(x) = 2 – 8x Now we need to determine the crtitical values which are x…

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  • THE GOLDEN COMPASS

Why was The Golden Compass banned/challenged?I read the book and could find any example in the…

The movie and book were both characterized as being un-Christian. The author, Philip Pullman, himself is a proclaimed atheist who claims to want to kill God and promote anti-authoritarian ideals….

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What are some historical references in To Kill A Mockingbird, and how do they affect Scout, Jem,…

In the exposition of To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee introduces the setting of the Great Depression, especially in Chapter Two in the passage in which Scout asks her father if they are as poor as…

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  • MATH

If g(x) = x^2/ (lnx ) find g'(x)

g(x) = x^2/ lnx To find g'(x) we will rewrite g(x) as follows: We will assume that g(x) = u/v such that: u= x^2 ==> u’ = 2x v= ln x ==> v’ = 1/x Now we will use the formula : g'(x) = (u’v -…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Contrast the children’s view Boo Radley as a strange and frightening figure to that of Miss…

Dismissing all the gossip about Boo Arthur Radley, Miss Maudie tells Scout and Jem that Arthur lives in “a sad house,” but he was always polite as he spoke to her whenever he saw her, “Spoke as…

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  • MATH

I’m not 100% sure as to how to “solve” “compounded” inverse trig functions. For example:…

I’ve interpreded your sin^-1 2/3 to be arcsin( 2/3 ) The way to solve this is to be aware that there are inverse trig to trig identities. The relevent one here is tan(asin x) = x / sqrt( 1 – x^2)…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

Do you think that my Thesis Statement for my essay is good?The topic is: “Man when perfected is…

Your thesis statement is off to a good start, I’d say. The best part of your thesis statement is the second half, I believe; here you make clear that you will talk specifically about Golding’s…

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  • BABYLON REVISITED

What is the significance of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s naming his short story “Babylon Revisited”?

The title of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Babylon Revisited” is significant in its denotation and its connotation as it becomes a metaphor for Paris and Charlie’s return to it. 1. Babylon was the…

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  • FRANKENSTEIN

I read that people think Percy Shelley wrote the preface of Frankenstein? Why have people reached…

There are many different reasons as to why some critics may have believed that it was Percy Shelley who wrote the Preface to Frankenstein (instead of Mary Shelley). In the first Preface (1818), the…

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  • ON BEING BROUGHT FROM AFRICA TO AMERICA

Compare the tone and theme of “On Being brought from Africa to America” with Hughes poem “I, Too…

Two things that both poems have in common, of course, are that they are both written by African American writers and that they both address the place of black people in America in one way or…

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  • HEALTH ISSUES

How does stress management affect our wellness??

Stress management is the art and science of minimizing the harmful effects of stress and maximizing their beneficial effects. Since stress is part of everyone’s life, it needs to be managed like…

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  • HEALTH ISSUES

How does our diet affect our wellness?

Diet has a very important role to play in wellness. We all have a particular requirement for nutrients which we have to gain through our diet. Taking the right amount of food which contains all…

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  • THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Who is the author and what are the setting, problem/conflict, and main characters of The Taming…

The Taming of the Shrew is a comedy written by William Shakespeare, and set in an unusual play-within-a-play format. The play opens in a tavern where Christopher Sly is behaving in a drunk and…

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  • BUSINESS

What is the Difference between NPV and IRR?

NPV or Net Present Value is a standard way of appraisal used in finance. It is based on calculating the present values of all the cash inflows and cash outflows related to any asset or for any…

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  • PORPHYRIA’S LOVER

Compare and contrast the character of the lover in “The Last Ride Together” and “Porphyria’s Lover”?

Both of these poems are dramatic monologues which makes for a good comparison/contrast. The way that they are similar is that both speakers are aware that their love affair is about to end. The…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

The goal of a prosecutor is to win the case. what role does justice and ethics play in reaching…

To me, the role that justice and ethics should play in this goal is twofold: Prosecutors should not bring cases in which they do not believe in the guilt of the defendant. Prosecutors must seek the…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What is the ethical dilemma for a defense attorneys that use high profile clases to make a name…

The real ethical issue here is that such defense attorneys must always keep in mind that their first duty is to their client, not to their own career. Therefore, the dilemma is not really an…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

The role of a defense attorney is to have clients found not guilty. Ethically should this role…

No, this role should not change in this circumstance. The reason for this is that the whole point of having trials and lawyers and such is to make sure that the government cannot punish someone for…

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  • PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

What is Elizabeth’s self-realization after reading Darcy’s letter of explanation in Chapter 36 of…

The answer to this is very simple and actually directly stated by Elizabeth herself. But before we discuss this, let’s identify precisely what her problem was so her self-realization will be in…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Prosecutors routinely rehearse a police officers testimony before the trail. Is this ethical?…

As far as I am concerned, this is ethical so long as the rehearsal does not extend to encouraging the police officer to say anything that is not true. In our adversarial process, it is the…

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  • THE RAVEN

What are the speaker’s conceptions of death in “The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe?What are Poe’s…

In several of his dialogues, Socrates suggests the idea that knowledge is a matter of recollection, not of observation, learning, or study. This philosophy parallels that of Poe’s speaker in “The…

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  • THE SHADOW LINES

Which is a good passage to analyze from ‘The Shadow Lines’ by Amitav Ghosh for a class…

i think you should analyze pg 1 to 201…it is very interesting

  • HATCHET

What is your opinion on the book “Hatchet?”

Having been likened to Robinson Crusoe and The Swiss Family Robinson, the popular author,Gary Paulsen’s Hatchet has been a compelling novel for many young readers, especially males. There is…

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  • HATCHET

What is a confusing part in that book “Hatchet” by Gary Paulsen?

I am not sure there is a confusing part. I think that student smight need some guidance on the emergence of Brian’s “tough hope” before he is rescued. There is a certain hardening of Brian’s…

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  • BUSINESS

Why is communication important in a work setting?

Communication is important in a workplace setting because people must interact with one another in ways that will get the job done as quickly and effectively as possible and in ways that will…

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  • SCIENCE

I need some recent medical technology inventions or techniques that are being used in present…

The term “recent” in science is a kind of moving target, since new things are happening every day. But one technology that has developed in the past few years is the fMRI. The “f” stands for…

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  • FRANKENSTEIN

How far do you consider “Frankenstein” a Romantic novel?Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

Misery, gloom, and despair–these are Romantic conventionalities, feelings indulged in rather than as impetus to action. The characters, Victor Frankenstein and the creature both exemplify these…

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  • MATH

Solve for x : 3cosx – 1 = 2cos^2x

We have to solve 3*cos x – 1 = 2*(cos x)^2 First let’s bring all terms to one side. 3*cos x – 1 = 2*(cos x)^2 =>2*(cos x)^2 – 3*cos x + 1 = 0 => 2*(cos x)^2 – 2*cos x – cos x + 1 = 0 => 2…

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  • MATH

What is the antiderivative of f(x)=tan^2x+tan^4x ?

To find the antiderivative of tan^2x +tan^4x. Let y = tan^2x (1+tan^2x) Then y = tan^2x (sec^2x). Now let tan x = t. Then d/x(tanx) = secx^2x. So, dt = sec^2x dx So Antiderevative tan^2x sec^2x dx…

  • MATH

Find x if 2 – cosx = 2sinx .

This is the linear equation in sin x and cos x and we’ll solve it using the substitution technique. We’ll write the functions sin x and cos x with respect to tangent of the half-angle. sin x = 2…

  • ESSAY LAB

What are the problems in this essay?While I was surfing through the internet, I saw shocking news…

From my vantage point, I see several challenges within the essay. The most primary being that the thesis is not necessarily proven. It seems that there is a rising number of divorces in Iran….

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  • HUNTERS IN THE SNOW

What is a major theme in “Hunters in the Snow?”

One major theme in the story is unintended consequences. The hunting trip becomes a disaster and because of the various factors, hidden truths come out, and a man might die. Each event is preceded…

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  • HISTORY

What are some major technological advancements during the time period 1450-1750 CE?I already…

I think that you could argue that the most important technological advance during this time was the invention of the printing press by Johannes Gutenberg. I guess this was technically invented a…

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  • ON BEING BROUGHT FROM AFRICA TO AMERICA

How does the speaker argue against the persuasive racist views concerning African Americans in…

Phillis Wheatley has angered radical black critics for her supposed inability to take a decisive stand against slavery. According to these critics, Wheatley’s repeated identification with Christian…

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  • MATH

Verify if the lines y = 7x/2 – 17/2 and y = 14x/9 – 24/9 are parallel .

A line can be expressed in the standard form y = mx + c where m is the slope and c is the y-intercept. For the two line to be parallel they should have the same slope. Now, y = 7x / 2 – 17/2 has…

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  • MATH

The ordinate of a point is 6 and the distance from origin to the point is 9. Find the abscissa of…

Let the abscissa of the point be x. Therefore the point is (x, 6) Now the distance of (x, 6) from the origin is given to be 9. We also know that the distance between (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) is given…

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  • MATH

What is x ? (5x-6)^1/2=x

To solve this (5x-6)^(1/2) = x: We solve this by squaring both sides. We get a quadratic equation. We can solve the quadratic equation by making one side zero and expresion on the other side…

  • LITERATURE

What are the features of “Chivalry” and “Heroism”? and what they include? such as “Honor” and…

One way to explore the meanings of these terms is to consult a good dictionary (one with etymologies, or word histories) or a similar online research, such as the Online Etymology Dictionary. The…

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  • EDGAR ALLAN POE

I have to make a story such as Poe’s for homework… So, what are Egar Allan Poe’s features in…

There are several salient features to the writings of Poe: Usually there is an unreliable narrator whose point of view is rather deranged, with an idee fixe. That is, he is obsessed with one issue…

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  • INDIAN ENGLISH POETRY

I need a critical appreciation of “An Introduction” by Kamala Das.

Upon reading Das’ “Introduction,” I think that one strain of criticism about her work emerges. Das is writing from a point of view that does not necessarily embrace one point of perception about…

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  • HAMLET

In the play Hamlet, please list characters who die, explaining the circumstances of their…

With the nature of tragedy being human suffering, the main character, Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, suffers initially from the death of his father, his terrible melancholy, and, finally from his own…

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  • BECAUSE I COULD NOT STOP FOR DEATH—

Is there anything ironic in saying that he kindly stopped for her? Explain.ref. to stanza 1

I would say there is some irony in Death’s “kindly” stopping, but the irony depends on one’s perspective on death. Remember that irony is simply a juxtaposition of incongruous elements, putting…

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  • OEDIPUS REX

In Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex, what are the gradual changes in the mood of chorus?As the play moves…

During the course of Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex, the chorus reacts to the various situations in which Oedipus and the other characters find themselves. This is not surprising and happens, I would dare…

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  • PHYSICS

What was the original purpose of screensavers?

Screen savers were initially introduced to prevent a phenomenon known as “phosphor burn-in,” which permanently damaged cathode ray tubes. Before LCD monitors were introduced, cathode ray…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

The ability to do a task need not result in optimal performance. What else do you think is…

I believe it was Peter Drucker who said, “Anything worth doing is worth doing badly.” That seems to speak to your inquiry in some way. None of us performs at our optimum all the time, and none of…

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  • MATH

If we are given log 81 = 4, can we find the value of log 27?

We are given that log 81 = 4. We are not given the base of the logarithm here. For a logarithm to the base b, if log(b) a =c it follows that a = b^c. We use this relation here, let the base of the…

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  • PHYSICS

What is the force constant of a spring cut in half, and would the frequency of SHM differ from…

When a spring is cut in half, it would take twice as much force to stretch it by the same length. Now we know from the equation F = -kx that k = -F/x where F is the force required to stretch a…

 


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