HENRY IV, PART I

HENRY IV, PART I

  • HENRY IV, PART I

Who is the more admirable character, Hal or Hotspur?

In the play’s opening scene, King Henry IV speaks of Hotspur as “a son who is the theme of honor’s tongue” and wishes that he could exchange his own “Harry,” the prince Hal for Hotspur given the…

  • HENRY IV, PART I

What is the relationship between Hal and Falstaff?

When we first see them interacting with each other, Falstaff and Hal trade barbs, and this suggests an equality between the two of them. Yet Hal is Falstaff’s superior in ranks and in moral fiber…

  • ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA

Why are there so many scenes in Antony and Cleopatra?

There are a total of forty-two scenes in Antony and Cleopatra, far more than in any of Shakespeare’s other plays. The impression that the audience receives is of historical events moving at a rapid…

  • ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA

Does Antony really love Cleopatra?

At the very start of Antony & Cleopatra we are told by the Roman general’s own men that Antony is “not himself” because he is under the influence of Cleopatra’s “witchcraft.” We are soon shown…

  • ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA

Does Cleopatra really love Antony?

Until Act V, Cleopatra consistently appears as a scheming courtesan who uses Antony to obtain her own ends. She tries (successfully) to dominate the Roman general in a manner that is incompatible…

  • ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA

Is Antony’s dying advice to Cleopatra valid?

As he lays dying in the final scene of Act IV, Antony advises Cleopatra to trust none of the Romans except Proculeius. Nevertheless, in the next scene, the triumphant Caesar instructs Proculeius to…

  • HAMLET

Why does Shakespeare choose Denmark as the setting for Hamlet?

While references are made in Hamlet to several other lands, including France, Germany, Norway, Poland, and England itself, all of the action in the play occurs in and around Elsinore Castle in…

  • MATH

Can anyone please explain how to do this? 4x^2-16x+15=0

I’m going to safely assume the question has exponent of 2 (not written). Solve: 4×2−16x+15=04×2-16x+15=0 First look to factor the problem. If factoring works, its the easiest way, otherwise use the…

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  • LITERATURE

Give some clues that a villain in my story repents after all (show the redemption process…

Your short story sounds intriguing and interesting and you have the basic outline ready. The next stage is to develop the action and add some depth. Firstly try to remember what was in your head…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

Why doesnt curleys wife have a name

In the novel ‘Of Mice and Men’ John Steinbeck sets out the loneliness, despair and hopelessness of the ranch hands that have no future prospects of bettering themselves in America’s Great…

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  • MATH

Given parallel lines d1: ax+(a-1)y-3=0, d2:2x-(a+1)y+1=0, what is a?

You need to use the following equation that relates the coefficients of two parallel lines, such that: a2=a−1−(a+1)⇒2(a−1)=−a(a+1)a2=a-1-(a+1)⇒2(a-1)=-a(a+1) 2a−2=−a2−a2a-2=-a2-aBringing the terms…

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  • MATH

Demonstrate that function f is bijective and odd if (f(f(m)))=-m, m integer number? f is defined…

The function f(m) follows the relation f(f(m)) = -m. If f(m) = -m f(f(m)) = f(-m) = -(-m) = m If f(m) = m f(f(m)) = f(m) = m The condition f(f(m)) = -m is not true for any function f(m).

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  • MATH

What are functions that aren’t constant and have properties 1),2)? 1)f(m+n)+f(m-n)=2(f(m)+f(n))…

Considering m=n=0m=n=0 and replacing 0 for m and n in the first condition provided by the problem, yields: f(0+0)+f(0−0)=2(f(0)+f(0))⇒2f(0)=2f(0)=0f(0+0)+f(0-0)=2(f(0)+f(0))⇒2f(0)=2f(0)=0Considering f(1)=af(1)=a and the…

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  • MATH

What is the solution of log(2) x^2 – 8x = 4

The equation log2(x2−8x)=4log2(x2-8x)=4 has to be solved for x. log2(x2−8x)=4log2(x2-8x)=4 => x2−8x=24×2-8x=24 => x2−8x=16×2-8x=16 => x2−8x−16=0x2-8x-16=0 => x=8±64+64−−−−−−√2x=8±64+642 =>…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Compare and contrast 2 differing theories as to why adolescents use drugs and what can be done to…

There are many theories as to why teens in the US are amongst the highest misusers of drugs in the world. One theory suggested by Bauman is that peer influence is a major cause of teen drug…

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  • MATH

Solve for x. lg(x-3)+lg(x+6)=lg2+lg5?

You need to use the properties of logarithms and to convert the summation of logarithms into the logarithm of product, such that: lg(x−3)(x+6)=lg(2⋅5)lg(x-3)(x+6)=lg(2⋅5) lg(x2+6x−3x−18)=lg10lg(x2+6x-3x-18)=lg10…

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  • MATH

Solve the equation log(8) 2^x = log(4) 2^(x + 4)

The equation (log82x)=log42x+4(log82x)=log42x+4 has to be solved. Convert both the sides to an expression of a logarithm with the same base, let it be 2. (log82x)=log42x+4(log82x)=log42x+4 =>

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  • MATH

What is log(4) 8/log(8) 2

The value of log48log82log48log82 has to be determined. log48log82log48log82 Change both the logarithm to a common base, let it be 2. = log28log24log22log28log28log24log22log28 =

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  • ULYSSES

How is Tennyson’s poem “Ulysses” a dramatic monologue?

In the poem ‘Ulysses’ by Alfred Lord Tennyson an aging war hero sorrowfully surverys his past glories and the dramatic monologue element of that reminiscence is in the way it is told – as if…

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  • MATH

What is the dot product of (3, 8, 2) and (1, 0, 5)

The dot product of two vectors (a, b, c) and (d, e, f) is a*d + b*e + c*f. The dot product of (3, 8, 2) and (1, 0, 5) is 3*1 + 8*0 + 2*5 = 13. The dpt product of the vectors (3, 8, 2) and (1, 0, 5)…

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  • MATH

What is the angle between the vectors (1, 2, 3) and (3, 2, 1)

For two vectors a and b, if the angle between them is θθ , cosθ=a∘b|a|⋅|b|cosθ=a∘b|a|⋅|b| The angle between the vectors (1, 2, 3) and (3, 2, 1) is θθ given by:

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  • MARGARET ATWOOD

Explore how Margaret Atwood’s “The City Planners” critically presents the image of nature.

Margaret Atwood’s writings tend to speak to science fiction, nature, or feminism (as a whole, but not limited to). Her works which include images of nature tend to elevate the importance of nature…

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  • MATH

What is the cross product of (3, 4, 1) and (2, 1, 0)

The cross product of u=(x1,y1,z1)u=(x1,y1,z1) and v = (x2,y2,z2)(x2,y2,z2) is u⃗ ×v⃗ u→×v→ = (y1⋅z2−y2⋅z1,x2⋅z1−x1⋅z2,x1⋅y2−x2⋅y1)(y1⋅z2-y2⋅z1,x2⋅z1-x1⋅z2,x1⋅y2-x2⋅y1) The cross product of (3, 4, 1) and (2, 1, 0) is:…

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  • MATH

(2a+3a)

In order to solve we look to see if we have like terms. (2a+3a)(2a+3a) These are like terms therfore we can combine together to write as 1 single expression. Therefore (2a+3a)=5a(2a+3a)=5a The answer: 5a5a

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  • MATH

(2k^4+11k^3+23k^2+21k+6)=(2k+1)*(k^3+5k^2+9k+6) prove equality

The equality (2k^4+11k^3+23k^2+21k+6)=(2k+1)*(k^3+5k^2+9k+6) has to be proved. Start with the right and multiply the terms (2k+1) and (k^3+5k^2+9k+6) (2k+1)*(k^3+5k^2+9k+6) = 2k*(k^3+5k^2+9k+6) +…

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  • MATH

1+3/4+5/36+7/144+…+2n+1/n^2(n+1)^2=2-1/(n+1)^2 prove using mathematical induction

For n =1, 1 + 3/4 = 2 – 1/4 Thus result is true for n = 1, We assume it is true for n = k, 1+3/4+5/36+7/144+…+(2k+1)/(k+1)^2 = 2-1/(k+1)^2 now for n = k+1 1+3/4+5/36+7/144+…+(2k+1)/(k+1)^2 +…

  • MATH

Demonstrate that f(x, y) = x^2 + 2y is continuous at (1, 2).

We’ll make use of theorem of limits: lim(x→1,y→2)f(x,y)=f(1,2)lim(x→1,y→2)f(x,y)=f(1,2) Calculate lim(x→1,y→2)f(x,y),lim(x→1,y→2)f(x,y), so plug in 1 for x and 2 for y: lim(x→1,y→2)f(x,y)=12+2⋅2lim(x→1,y→2)f(x,y)=12+2⋅2…

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  • MATH

Give the domain of definition for which the function is defined and real? f (x, y) = ln{(16 –…

The domain of definition of the real f(x,y) is ring shape strip S={(x,y) | 4< x^2+y^2 < 16} i.e C_1 : x^2+y^2 =16 C_0 : x^2+y^2 =4 So S is region C_1 – C_0 ( without boundaries )

  • FRANKENSTEIN

What are the common themes shared in Mary Shelley’s work? (please provide Examples)

One of the themes presented so creepily in the novel ‘Frankenstein’ by Mary Shelley is power. However, absolute power turns out to be a very dangerous and uncontrollable thing, so there is a…

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  • EILÉAN NÍ CHUILLEANÁIN

How do i write a Personal Response on Eiléan Nií Chuilleanáins poem “Following” ?

Don’t panic when asked to give a ‘personal response’ to a poem – it is a lucky question to be asked, because what you are being asked for is your own opinion, perhaps with some examples to…

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  • HEALTH

Describe what is occurring during the incubation period of the varicella zoster virus which…

Varicella zoster’s replication cycle is categorized as a lysogenic. This is different from a lytic in that it takes longer from the initial infection/exposure for signs and ssymptoms to develop….

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  • THE STORY OF MY LIFE

In terms of The Story of My Life, do you think that Helen Keller had a happy childhood? Write…

The Story of My Life is an autobiographical account of the first twenty-two years of Helen Keller’s life. She attempts to give honest accounts of the highs and lows of her childhood and her battle…

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  • SCIENCE

How would the size and brightness of the image formed by a pinhole camera change if the camera…

Pinhole camera is a type of photographic camera where the role of the objective lens is take by a small hole. In contrast with a lens, the small home is afocal (it has focal distance at infinity)…

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  • LITERATURE

What themes of belonging are represented in the graphic novel “The Arrival” by Shaun Tan and what…

The graphic novel ‘The Arrival’ by Shaun Tan depicts themes of isolation, belonging, novelty, cultural difference and the issues and challenges around the whole idea of displacement. Displacement…

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  • SCIENCE

I must respond to this about the discuss: (A) the direction of the centripetal exerted on the…

In the case of discus throwing, the force that acts as the centripetal force is that exerted by the hand of the thrower onto the discus (see the attached image). The disc, however experiences a…

  • SCIENCE

(A)persuming thaat the arrows in the figure below represent equal force ,what is the net force on…

(A) – look, then, as Newton’s third law states, the equal and opposite motions cancel each other out. Plus, they act at almost the same point, so their moments( Moment of Force = Force X Radius of…

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  • MATH

Find the argument of (i) z=−8iz=-8i (ii) z=12−i3–√2z=12-i32

For complex number z=x+iyz=x+iy we calculate argument arg(z)=φarg(z)=φby using the following formula tanφ=yxtanφ=yx (i) In this case we have Re(z)=0Re(z)=0 so tangent is undefined but we know that can…

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  • MATH

Define Mathematics?

Mathematics is the study of numbers and quantities and their relationships. Mathematics requires an understanding of the logic and rules used to solve numerical problems. It is an area of…

  • SCIENCE

Define chemistry, physics and Biology.

These are the three main disciplines of science. PHYSICS : this is derived from the Greek word ‘physis’, which means ‘nature’. It is basically, in simple words, the study of the abiotic, i.e….

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  • SCIENCE

The drop generators in inkjet printers can fire over 100k droplets per second. Some of these…

  1. a) As the second principle of physics states for a mass m having an acceleration a, the force acting on it is F=m⋅aF=m⋅aThe electric force acting on a particle having charge q in an electric field…

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  • SCIENCE

Can you explain “all alkalies are bases, but all bases are not alkalies.”

Before I delve into that answer, let me basically define what a base and an alkali, are. A base is, very simply, a substance which reacts with an acid, to form a salt and water. Acid + Base –>…

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  • MATH

Do the lines 3x + 4y + z = 1, 3x + 2y – 1 = 0 and x + y + z = 0 have a common point of intersection

To determine if the three lines 3x + 4y + z = 1, 3x + 2y – 1 = 0 and x + y + z = 0 solve the three equations. 3x + 4y + z = 1 …(1) 3x + 2y – 1 = 0 …(2) x + y + z = 0 ….(3) From (2), x = (1 -…

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  • MATH

For what value of t does the line (3t^2 + 2t)x – y = 21 not intersect the line x + y = 1

If two lines do not intersect each other, they have an equal slope. The slope of the line (3t^2 + 2t)x – y = 21 is 3t^2 + 2t. The slope of the line x + y = 1 is -1. As the two lines are parallel to…

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  • HISTORY

What were the main elements of the American System?

The term “American System” is typically used to refer to a particular economic plan for how the US was to develop. The plan is most closely identified with Henry Clay and is similar to what…

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  • HISTORY

Describe and analyze the wartime experiences of the Revolution and the effects on slaves and…

For racial minorities, the Revolution was not a particularly good thing. The Revolution did little good for slaves and it was largely harmful to Native Americans. Native Americans who participated…

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  • MATH

What is the equation of a line perpendicular to 3x – y = 18 and passing through (2, 4)

The equation of the line that is given, 3x – y = 18, can be written as y = 3x – 18. This is the slope, intercept form. The slope of the given line is 3. As the product of slope of two perpendicular…

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  • HISTORY

Compare and contrast the Federalist and Democratic-Republican attitudes toward the national…

One significant difference between both parties existed in the role of national government. Federalists advanced a strong and centralized role of government. This was rooted in their belief that…

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  • MATH

A virus is spreading such that the number of newly infected people increases by 8% a day….

The virus is spreading such that the number of newly infected people increases by 8% a day. Initially 100 people were diagnosed with the virus. In the 12th day, the number of newly infected people…

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  • MATH

The coordinates of the vertices of triangle ABC are A(-3;1) B(5;2) and C(3;6). Find the lenght of…

Add to previous answer A(-3,1) ,B (5,2) mid point od AB =((-3+5)/2,(2+1)/2)=(1,3/2) slope of AB= (2-1)/(5+3) =1/8 slope of perpendicular bisector of AB= -8 equation of perpendicular bisector of…

  • THE STORY OF MY LIFE

Please provide a character sketch of Anne Sullivan from The Story of My Life by Helen Keller.

The Story of My Life reveals Annie Sullivan as the inspiration behind Helen Keller’s extraordinary life. She is only partially-sighted herself, after undergoing surgery to correct her vision at a…

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