# Have we really guaranteed freedom and equality to all Americans?This is my US history final…

**HISTORY**

**Have we really guaranteed freedom and equality to all Americans?This is my US history final…**

No, we have not guaranteed freedom and equality to all Americans. Really, there is no way that we ever will. The idea of freedom and equality (or liberty and justice) for all is an aspiration, a…

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**MATH**

**A rectangle with a perimeter of 30 centimeters is twice as long as it is wide. What is the area…**

The rectangle has a perimeter of 30 cm. Its length is twice its width. Let us denote length by L and width by W. So we have L = 2W Perimeter = 2L + 2W = 30 => 2* 2W + 2W = 30 => 4W + 2W =…

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**MATH**

**What is the probability that a number selected at random from the set {2, 3, 7, 12, 15, 22, 72,…**

We have the set of numbers {2, 3, 7, 12, 15, 22, 72, 108}. Here we see there are 8 terms in total out of which 12 , 72 and 108 or three terms are divisible by both 2 and 3. So the probability of…

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**MATH**

**What is the degree measure of the acute angle formed by the hands of a 12-hour clock that reads…**

When looking at the clock, we notice that the circumference is divided into 12 equal sections. These sections represents the hours. When the clock is exactly 1:00, the hands will be on the numbers…

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**MATH**

**A DVD player with a list price of $210 is marked down 30%. If John gets an employee discount of…**

Given that the original price of the DVD player is $210. First we need to calculate the cost of the DVD player after the 30% off. ==> The sale price = original price – discount ==> Sale price…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**Can you give me two specific examples for each character who influenced Jem and Scout in To Kill…**

As a bildungsroman, Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill a Mockingbird presents a narrative in which the children, Scout and Jem Finch are affected by their environment, their father, and other characters…

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**MATH**

**What is the slope of any line parallel to the line 9x + 4y = 7 ?**

Given the line: 9x + 4y = 7 We need to determine the slope of any line that is parallel to the line 9x+4y=7. We know that the slopes of two parallel lines are equal. Then, we will determine the…

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**BRAVE NEW WORLD**

**How do the advancements of science affect the individual in Brave New World?**

In the New World of Aldous Huxley’s dystopia, science absolutely dictates the lives of the people. From their “birth” in the Hatchery where they are cast as an Alpha, Beta, Delta, Gamma, or…

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**MATH**

**What is x in the geometric series 1/4 + x + 1/36 + 1/108 + … ?**

Given the geometric series : 1/4 + x + 1/36 + 1/108+ …. We need to find the value of x. Let (r) be the common difference between terms. Then we know that: x = 1/4 * r………..(1) 1/36 = x *…

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**MATH**

**A cone-shaped paper cup has a volume of 142 cubic centimeters and a height of 8.5 centimetersWhat…**

First we will recall the formula of the volume of the cone. We know that the volume if given by the equation: V = (1/3)*r^2*pi * h where r is the radius and h is the height. Now, given that V = 142…

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**MATH**

**If xy = 144, x + y = 30, and x > y, what is the value of x – y ?**

Given the equations: x*y = 144………….(1) x+ y= 30 ………….(2) We will use the substitution method to find the values of x and y. from (2) we know that y= 30-x Now we will substitute into…

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**MATH**

**What is the greatest common factor of 42, 126, and 210**

Given the numbers 42, 126, and 210 We need to find the greatest common factor ( GCF) First we will factor each numbers. ==> 42 = 2*3*7 ==> 126 = 2*3*3*7 ==> 210 = 2*3*5*7 Now we will…

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**MACBETH**

**What ideas are there about Macbeth’s free will in Macbeth?**

First you have to accept the idea that each of us have free will. If that is the case then surely Macbeth too would have free will. Therefore, he could not blame his fate of the predictions of the…

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**MATH**

**When x = 3 and y = 5, by how much does the value of 3x^2 – 2y exceed the value of 2x^2– 3y ?**

Given the equations: 3x^2 – 2y 2x^2 – 3y Also we know that x= 3 and y= 5 We need to know the difference in values between both equations. First we will substitute x and y values in each equation….

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**MATH**

**A car averages 27 miles per gallon. If gas costs $4.04 per gallon.how much the gas would cost for…**

The car travels 27 mile / gallon. We need to calculate the cost for the car to travel 2727 miles. First we need to determine how many gallons does the car needs to travel 2727 miles. We know that:…

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**GREAT EXPECTATIONS**

**In Great Expectations, what conditions are set for Pip to realize his new, great…**

It is in Chapter Eighteen when Jaggers finds Pip and Joe in the Three Jolly Bargemen and confronts Pip with his Great Expectations. This is, of course, what Pip has always wanted since he met…

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**BUSINESS**

**Calculate each products’ full cost and selling price by original costing method &…**

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**PHYSICS**

**What is the period of moon B?Moon A is 1 J.D. from Jupiter and goes around in 1 day. Moon B is…**

Kepler’s third law of planetary motion gives us the relation between the orbital period and the distance that the body is revolving at as the square of the orbital period of the body being directly…

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**POLITICAL SCIENCE**

**What would be evidence that President Kennedy used appeals in his inauguration address?I…**

You are correct in seeing this as an address primarily given through “pathos.” It certainly appeals to the emotional side of the United States citizens. However, a closer look will illustrate that…

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**THE DEAD**

**Please give some examples of religion, poltics and art in “The Dead.”**

The party that is described during this great short story–perhaps one of Joyce’s best–details the opinions of the assembled masses concerning a number of different issues. However, if you are…

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**REFERENCE**

**What word can you make out of the letters iooulnst – it can only be one word?**

The solution to this riddle is a synonym for answer. Or, you could say that the letters iooulnst can form a word which is not “answer,” but actually means “answer.” The solution to this riddle is…

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**CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE**

**Why does Thoreau say that the best kind of government is one that “gets out of its own…**

These words from Resistance to Civil Goverment are reinforcement of the words of Thomas Jefferson, who declared, “That government is best which governs least.” In a free society, if men accept…

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**MACBETH**

**Some examples of contradictions and paradoxes in Macbeth include “so foul and fair a day I have…**

In Act I, Scene 1, the witches chant “Fair is foul and foul is fair.” The shows that what was once fair will become destructive. The thunderstorm underscores this transition. A once peaceful…

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**WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE**

**If all of the plots of Shakespearean tragedy follow a specific order, what is the order?**

It is usually suggested that Shakespeare’s plot line follows Freytag’s Pyramid structure. This five part structure creates a visual of rising and falling action that helps the reader see how the…

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**MATH**

**Multiplication of complex numbersMultiplication of complex numbers**

The complex number is written in the form z = a+ bi. We need to determine the result of the product of two complex numbers. Let z1= a+ bi and z2 = c+di Now we need to calculate the product of…

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**JULIUS CAESAR**

**Caesar was not killed because of the man he was, but for the man he might have become (?) I need…**

In answering this question, the reader looks to what is known as the “seduction scene” of Act I, Scene 2, of Julius Caesar in which Cassius seeks to persuade Brutus to join the conspirators in…

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**HISTORY**

**What general features of earlier American history worked against American involvement in European…**

The primary feature of history that kept America out of involvement in European affairs was a self imposed policy of Isolationism. Presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson had both warned…

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**LITERATURE**

**What’s the title of this book?Sadly I don’t remember the title, or author of this book, all I…**

Could the book be “PaperQuake” by Kathryn Reiss?

**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Vitamins against depresionThere is such a vitamin**

There are supplements and vitamins that can help with depression. St. John’s Wort is a common supplement, although there is no clinical link established between it and depression treatment….

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Behavior of single child parentsBehavior of single child parents.**

This is a stereotyped answer, because I am sure that not all parents of a single child act like this. However, we tend to say that the parents of a single child tend to be more protective of the…

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**MATH**

**Find the area of a rectangleWe know perimeter P=7 m and the length is 4/5 m more than the width**

The area of the rectangle is 2.9 square meters. We know that the perimeter is 2l + 2w if l is length and w is width. We know that l = w + .8 So 2l + 2w = 7 2 (w + .8) + 2w = 7 2w + 1.6 + 2w = 7 4w…

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**MATH**

**determine a variable,under a given conditionIf a natural number is (2n+1)/n, how to calculate n,…**

If (2n+1)/n is a natural number, then 2n+1 is divisible by n. Then we will rewrite as follow. 2n+1)/n = k where k is a natural number. ==> (2n/n + 1/n ) = k ==> 2 + 1/n = k Now since k is a…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**What does Scout mean when she uses a reference to Mr. Jingle in To Kill a Mockingbird?Harper…**

In Chapter 18 of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, Mayella Ewell is called to the witness stand during the trial for rape of Tom Robinson. In comparing her to her father, Bob Ewell, Scout…

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**MATH**

**Verify the result of the sumVerify the result of the sum 1/100+2/100+…+99/100=99/2**

1/100 + 2/100 + 3/100 + ….+ 99/100 Since the denominators are the same, then we will add the numerators. ==> (1+2+3+…+99)/100 Now we notice that the numerator is a sum of a series Then we…

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**PETRARCH**

**In Sonnet 131 (I’d sing of Love in such a novel fashion) by Petrarch, what is the intent of the…**

In the first two stanzas, the speaker relates to a “love” that he is unable to woo at first. He must work hard at it, drawing “by force/a thousand sighs a day, kindling again/in her cold mind a…

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**A LONG WAY GONE**

**How does Ishmael Beah display love throughout his memoir A Long Way Gone?**

Love is actually a difficult emotion for Beah to display within the confines of A Long Way Gone. I say this to emphasize the fact that Beah himself certainly appears to be a loving person, but…

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**SCIENCE**

**CreatinExplain what is the role of creatin .**

The main role of creatine in the human body is to bring energy to all the cells of the body. It primarily does this for muscles. This is why creatine supplements are used so much by people who…

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**SCIENCE**

**Muscular crampsWhat to do and what to eat if suffering from muscular cramps?**

The first thing to do if you are cramping is to stretch the cramp out. That’s sort of like first aid for the cramp. As for eating, most people would say that you can prevent cramping by staying…

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**SCIENCE**

**The greatest lakes from China and Global WarmingThe greatest lakes from China and Global Warming.**

Are you asking about the impact of warming on China’s lakes? I have read of at least two problems in China’s lakes that are (to some people) caused by global warming. The first of these is the…

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**THE OUTSIDERS**

**In The Outsiders, what was the family life like in the Curtis household after they return from…**

With respect, I think you will find that the end of Chapter Six is going to be far more useful to you in terms of referring to the change in relationships that occur between the Curtis brothers at…

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**SCIENCE**

**Fruits for dry skinRecommend the suitable fruits for dry skin**

Some people believe that putting a mask of mashed up fruit on your face is good for dry skin. They claim that kiwi fruit is good for this. They also talk about papayas and bananas being used in…

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**SCIENCE**

**Sulfur therapyDiscuss the benefits of sulfur therapy.**

Some people believe that sulfur is good for just about everything. For example, they claim that using creams with sulfur in them can reduce arthritis pain and can clear up some kinds of skin…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**What is the difference between observational learning and operant conditioning theory?**

The major difference between these two is that one is experienced directly whereas the other is only experienced vicariously, or through observation. In operant conditioning, a person’s behavior is…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**What is the effect of different schedules on intermittent reinforcement?**

Intermittent reinforcement is used to maintain acquired behaviors. There are several schedules for reinforcement, and they all have a different affect on the behavior. Fixed Ratio (FR)…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**How does Skinner’s explanation of emotions compare to developmentalists’ explanation of emotions?**

Skinner believed that emotions could be conditioned. That is, we can learn how to feel the appropriate (or suggested) emotions to external stimulus. For example, f we were happy at the death of a…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Which theories of conditioning subscribe to the idea of “spontaneous recovery”?**

Both classical conditioning and operant conditioning subscribe to the idea of spontaneous recovery to some degree. However, the phenomenon is generally referred to as “resurgence” in operant…

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**HISTORY**

**Compare Indra and Purusha. How do they represent signifigant changes in the Indo-Aryan society?**

In the Vedic pantheon, Indra was the king of the gods. He was depicted as a warrior and associated with storms and with thunder, like the Norse god Thor or the Greek Zeus. In one story, he is…

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**THE OUTCASTS OF POKER FLAT**

**What two specific forces do all the characters have to face in “The Outcasts of Poker Flats”?**

Bret Harte’s “The Outcasts of Poker Flat” presents a number of characters on the margin of society. As such, they are expelled from the town by the self-righteous members of the “secret committee”…

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**MATH**

**ctgx+cosx = 1+ctgx*cosx find x**

ctgx + cosx = 1+ ctg*cosx First we will rewrite the identities. We know that: ctg(x) = cosx/sinx. ==> cosx/sinx + cosx = 1 + cosx/sinx * cosx Now we will simplify. ==> (cosx + cosx*sinx)/sinx…

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**MATH**

**4sinxcosx-1=2(sinx-cosx) find x**

4sinx*cosx -1 = 2(sinx-cosx) We will expand the brackets. ==> 4sinxcosx -1 = 2sinx -2cosx Now we will move all terms to the left side. ==> 2cosx -2sinx +4sinxcosx -1 = 0 ==> 2cosx…