From The Citadel, why do you think there was no unity among the doctors?

From The Citadel, why do you think there was no unity among the doctors?

  • BUSINESS

Construction Estimate course BID PROPOSAL PROJECT TERM PAPER

Putting together a bid proposal for a construction job is a fairly routine matter, but one that carries with it a certain amount of stress. Additionally, the more experienced the business owner or…

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  • HISTORY

What policy came out of Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas?

This landmark case held in the Supreme Court in 1954 led to the desegregation of public schools. For, this decision overturned that of Plessy v. Ferguson which ruled in 1896 that state-sponsored…

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  • HISTORY

Why is the Deir al Bahri famous?

Recognized as one of the most characteristic temples as well as being among the most beautiful in Egypt, Deir al Bahri is rivaled in beauty of architecture by only such as the Parthenon of Greece….

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  • MACBETH

What are the differences and similarities between the character of Macbeth in Shakesepeare’s…

Fagin and Macbeth are both opportunists who had little moral character of their own, but were manipulated by people who were even more greedy and evil. Although both Fagin and Macbeth were bad…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

In The Great Gatsby, why and how do Nick’s feelings change about Jay Gatsby?

In the exposition of The Great Gatsby, Nick introduces himself as narrator and remarks that Gatsby at one time “represented everything for which I have an unaffected scorn.” However, now in…

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  • MATH

A square is inscribed in a circle with radius r. What is the ratio of the area of the square to…

The formula for the area of a circle is Ac=πr2Ac=πr2 if the radius of the circle is given by rr A square inscribed in such a circle has its four corners touching the inside of the circle (this…

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  • THE CALL OF THE WILD

What do red and white symbolize in Chapter 3 of The Call of the Wild?

In Chapter III, “The Dominant Primordial Beast,” Buck returns completely to his atavistic form as he at last defeats his enemy, the white husky, Spitz. Throughout this chapter, then, there are…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

What would be an example of conflict and characterization from The Crucible and Macbeth to prove…

“In a dark time the eye begins to see” more clearly in the sense that it focuses upon what is closer in one’s consciousness to the exclusion of things unimportant in the surroundings. In Macbeth,…

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  • THE FACE OF BATTLE

Why does John Keegan focus on the ordinary soldier’s point of view in The Face of Battle?

The major reason why John Keegan focuses on the point of view of the individual soldier is because he feels that it is important to acknowledge the role played by such soldiers. In doing this,…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

What is the significant meaning to the two killed in the Lord of the Flies?

In Willaim Golding’s Lord of the Flies, the deaths of two of the boys killed by the hunters signals the end of both spirituality and reason; these boys are Simon and Piggy, respectively. For, it is…

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  • MATH

Write and solve the differential equation that models the verbal statement. 14) The rate of…

If y varies directly with x we can write an equation y=kx that describes the relationship between x and y. k is called the constant of proportionality. If z varies jointly with y and x, then z…

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  • MATH

Solve the differential equation … 10) xy + y’ = 100x … I’m supposed to make it equal y, and…

Put the terms with x on one side, subtract xy on both sides. xy+y’−xy=100x−xyxy+y′-xy=100x-xy y’=100x−xyy′=100x-xy Factor out x on left side. y’=x(100−y)y′=x(100-y) Divide both sides by (100 – y) to isolate the…

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  • THE RED CONVERTIBLE

What do the red color and the picture in Louise Erdich’s The Red Convertible symbolize?

We don’t know what was in Louise Erdich’s mind when she wrote The Red Convertible, but we do know that the color red is frequently associated in literature with certain emotions, mainly anger,…

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  • PHILIP LARKIN

How does poet Philip Larkin’s attitude toward women reflect his attitude toward the loss of…

It can be said that, in his poetry, Philip Larkin portrays women as being inferior to men and even oppressed by men due to their unimportant social positions. One example can be seen in his poem…

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  • MATH

Whats 7 times 2?

7 times 2 is 14. One way to understand multiplication is as repeated addition. Here we would have 7 groups of 2 or 2+2+2+2+2+2+2=14. Since the multiplication operation is commutative (axb=bxa) we…

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  • THE CANTERBURY TALES

What is the meaning of Lines 91-92: “She wet her fingers lightly in the dish / Of sauce, for…

The quotation (with an important correction) to which you refer is part of The General Prologue to The Canterbury Tales (ca. 1387-1400) and describes the Prioress, Madame Eglentyne, whose name…

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  • THE FACE OF BATTLE

After reading the article The Face of Battle, by John Keegan you should craft your paper to…

Most military history books take a broad, sweeping look at particular wars or battles, or at the political and military calculations that were involved in their conduct. John Keegan, in his 1976…

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  • GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

After reading the chapter “Hemispheres Colliding,” in Guns, Germs, and Steel by Jared Diamond,…

The reason why the Europeans conquered the natives of the Americas can be summed up in a passage from p. 360 of Guns, Germs, and Steel. At the bottom of that page, Diamond tells us that, when…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

I need quotes for Atticus (with page numbers) showing his love for his children, and how his…

Atticus Finch is a good father and a good man because he cares about others, no matter who they are. Atticus is an excellent father to his two children, Scout and Jem. He reads with Scout and…

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  • BUSINESS

With reference to the case study given in the image, examine the usefulness for the business of… 1 image

The Handy Shamrock organization involves providing external support to core functions by use of external or part time workforce. The Shamrock organization would enable Turners restaurant to…

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  • BUSINESS

With reference to the case study given in the image, evaluate whether the business should… 1 image

The business should outsource the staff training programme which will reduce training cost by 9% and according to the case study, this saving combined with savings in implementing Handy Shamrock…

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  • BUSINESS

With reference to the case study given in the image, explain the importance of people, physical… 1 image

It is highly questionable whether a hotel is an appropriate business model for application of Handy’s Shamrock Organization theory. Hotels are employee-intensive or labor-intensive operations…

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  • REFERENCE

What non-State actor (terrorist group) poses a threat with chemical and radiological weapons to…

When considering which among a vast number of non-state actors, including terrorist groups and insurgencies in countries as diverse as Syria, Colombia, Myanmar/Burma, Great Britain, and many others…

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  • THE RAPE OF THE LOCK

In Canto 5 of Pope’s The Rape of the Lock, how did Belinda subdue the Baron and gain her revenge…

As you have asked four actual questions here, and they are found two times on our eNotes website, I will attempt to answer the first two questions in the first answer with the second two in the…

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  • THE RAPE OF THE LOCK

In Canto 5 of Alexander Pope’s The Rape of the Lock, how did Belinda subdue the Baron and gain…

I have attached my original answer to your first two questions (http://www.enotes.com/homework-help/canto-5-how-did-belinda-subdue-baron-gain-her-473719#answer-671246), and now I will attempt the…

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  • LITERATURE

What is the difference between a comedy and a tragedy?

Laughter vs. Tears While both comedy and tragedy point to human foibles, the manner in which these foibles are treated as well as the outcome greatly differ. TRAGEDY Emphasis upon human…

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  • LITERATURE

Who affects kip and how do they affect him? In more joy in heaven

Kip Caley is a convicted bank robber who portrays the parable of a prodigal son and reflects the true story of Red Ryan. The people who affect Kip are the following: 1. Father Butler – He is the…

  • SCIENCE

Please list and describe the four types of events the take place in a eukaryotic organism. Thank…

Eukaryotes are living organisms. Unlike their sister branch of the tree of life, the prokaryotes, their cells have a membrane-bound nucleus, and contain organelles called mitochondria as well as…

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  • JAMES SHIRLEY

Please could someone give me an analysis of James Shirley’s poem ‘The Garden?’ I am struggling to…

It is important to note here that James Shirley was known more for his dramatic works than for his poetic works. That being said, however, it is lucky to have had a college professor who spoke on…

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  • HISTORY

Thinking of the British troops and the Russian Revolution would you think individuals feel…

Although there are people of both types in the world, I would argue that the people who feel more loyalty to their country than to their class are more prevalent. This can be seen in some ways in…

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  • HISTORY OF PLYMOUTH PLANTATION

In History of Plymouth Plantation, who is Bradford and why is he producing / writing history?…

–As a boy of twelve in Yorkshire, England, William Bradford was radically altered by his experience of the sermons of a Puritan minister; consequently, he began to attend the meetings of…

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  • OLD WOMAN MAGOUN

What does the bridge symbolize in Old Woman Magoun?

The bridge in Mary Wilkins’s short story is symbolic of the connection of the protective world which Old Woman has created for her granddaughter with the naturalistic world in which Lily’s…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Which kind of country is normally affected by terrorists? Why?

There is no single kind of country that is most commonly affected by terrorism. Instead, there are at least two ways that we can describe countries that tend to have a large number of terrorist…

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  • A FOOL’S ERRAND

What did Servosse come to hate about America after the war? I’m assuming one would be the KKK,…

Difficult to Comprehend Even though Albion Tourgee’s 1879 novel A Fool’s Errand was based on Tourgee’s actual post-Civil War Reconstruction experiences in Greensboro, North Carolina, it is the…

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  • REFERENCE

Consider the decision-making process for risk management and quality management and answer the…

The steps in the normal decision-making process with respect to the average business environment and with reference to risk-management and quality control are fairly routine, but all are important….

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  • LITERATURE

The South is portrayed differently by William Faulkner and Zora Neale Hurston. What accounts for…

Two writers, both products of the American South, both born in the latter part of the 19th Century and both died in the middle of the 20th Century. One, however, was white and raised in a solidly…

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  • REFERENCE

Considering psychoanalysis and behavioral psychology, how would one answer the following…

As we are limited in space, below are a few ideas to help get you started.In such a situation, a psychoanalyst would judge the 4-year-old’s fear of the dark based on Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalytic…

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  • LYDDIE

Who are the characters in the book Lyddie by Katherine Paterson in chapter 6?

Chapter 6 mainly involves a conversation between Lyddie and Ezekial. The main character is Lyddie, a farm girl who later becomes a factory girl. Other than Lyddie, another character in Chapter 6…

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  • ALL SUMMER IN A DAY

What is the rising action and or falling action to the short story all summer in a day

In literature the rising action in a plot occurs when the problem arises. In Ray Bradbury’s story “All Summer in a Day,” the problem arises when Margot does not react to the other children as they…

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  • HAMLET

Urgent! Compare the treatment of women in Hamlet, Sonnet 130, “Cousin Kate”, and/or “Havisham.”…

The mistress in Sonnet 130 is quite loved, but recognized as unattractive and quite the opposite of a typical love interest. Her shortcomings are readily apparent to her lover, but he recognizes…

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  • POETRY

Choose a poem in which the central concerns are clarified for you in the closing lines Show how…

“Richard Cory” [http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/174248] by Edward Arlington Robinson is a poem in which the reader encounters the revelation of the hidden heart of the man named in the title…

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  • MODERNISM

With reference to Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness, what are the main topics of Modernism in…

While the so-called Modernist movement in literature is generally considered to encompass the early- to mid-20th Century, Joseph Conrad is widely regarded one of the early and major progenitors of…

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  • THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN

What is The Art of Racing in the Rain about?

The “Art of Racing in the Rain” is a novel by Seattle, Washington-based writer Garth Stein. The story is told from the point-of-view of a dog, who looks out at the landscape of the world that…

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  • HAWKSMOOR

Based on Peter Ackroyd’s Hawksmoor, how would one answer the following questions: What is the…

As we are limited in both space and online access to the text, below are a few ideas to help get you started.In Peter Ackroyd’s Hawksmoor, the protagonist Nicholas Dyer is described as having…

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  • THE CITADEL

In The Citadel, speak on the personalities of London doctors, their set of values, and the role…

When Andrew arrives in London, his infatuation with the lives and practices of Doctors Ivory and Deedman cast a very large shadow upon his life. Andrew covets what they represent and the values…

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  • THE CITADEL

From The Citadel, why do you think there was no unity among the doctors?

One distinct reason why there could be no unity amongst the doctors in Vale View/ Aberalaw is because the community held all of the power. The patients were able to choose their doctors, and in…

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  • THE CITADEL

Discuss the organization of medical practice in the UK as presented in The Citadel.

I think that The Citadel depicts an organization of medical practice in the United Kingdom as predicated upon external reality, as opposed to it being determined on the basis of sound medical…

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  • THE BFG

What is the rising action in The Big Friendly Giant?

The rising action of The Big Friendly Giant is when the giant takes Sophie into the cave. She is afraid that she is going to be eaten by the giant. This is the rising action because it is the part…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Why does Jem no longer care if Atticus has any special talents?

Jem no longer cares if Atticus has special talents, because he does have one—he is the deadest shot in Maycomb County. Jem and Scout think that their father is boring because he is older than…

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  • LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI

Focusing on Chapters VI through VIII of Mark Twain’s Life on the Mississippi, evaluate Twain’s…

Judging whether Mr. Bixby, the young Mark Twain’s supervisor and unofficial teacher aboard the steamship on which Twain has secured employment, is a good or bad teacher is somewhat subjective….

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