How did Simon Finch make his money?

# How did Simon Finch make his money?

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How did Simon Finch make his money?

Simon Finch was the patriarch of the Finch family, and he established himself in Alabama after a time spent in England. He was an apothecary (what in modern day would be a pharmacist) and a fur…

• BARTLEBY THE SCRIVENER, A TALE OF WALL STREET

Who is the main character of “Bartleby the Scrivener: A Tale of Wall Street?”

We are mediated and instructed by the lawyer’s narration. So he is an unreliable narrator. But he is our eyes and ears of the world of the story. In that respect, he is the main character because…

relationship between fiedler model and situational leadership theoryi want to know about…

Situational leadership theory is that there is no universal leadership style or characteristics. Situational leadership theory means just what the name describes, different types or styles will be…

• ALGEBRA1

Determine the inverse function of f(x)=2x/2(x^3+x) .

We have f(x) = 2x / 2(x^3 + x) Let y = f(x) = 2x / 2(x^3 + x) => y = 2x / 2x(x^2 +1) cancel 2x => y = 1/ x^2 + 1) => x^2 + 1 = 1/y => x^2 = 1/ y – 1 => x^ 2 = (1 – y)/y => x =…

• ROMAN FEVER

What kind of person is Delphin Slade in “Roman Fever” and what does his character tell us…

Delphin Slade was the husband of the now-widowed Alida Slade. We know from the conversation between Alida Slade and Grace Ansley that he must have been a very attractive man, since both of the…

• A ROSE FOR EMILY

What is the role of symbolism in “A Rose for Emily”? Research to identify some of the main…

The main symbols in Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” are: Miss Emily (her name and reputation more so than herself) The rose (what the town believes she is worthy of; how it fades) Her house (its…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

How do people move on with their lives when they have suffered a great loss?How do people move on…

Therapy might be one of the most effective approaches for people to pursue when they have suffered a great loss. Grief counseling is one such avenue. Specific tasks of grief counseling include…

• ALGEBRA1

Square root of x^2-5x+4 is defined for x = ?

The square root of x^2 – 5x + 4 is a real value if x^2 – 5x + 4 >=0 x^2 – 5x + 4 = 0 => x^2 – 4x – x + 4 =0 => x(x – 4) – 1(x – 4) = 0 => (x – 1)(x – 4) = 0 The roots are x = 1 and x =…

• AMY TAN

In “A Pair Of Tickets”, why does Jing-Mei feel that she disappointed her mother, Why did her…

Jing-Mei’s mother clearly abandoned her babies because she felt she had no other choice. She may not have survived the journey, and even if she did, how would she care for them? She likely hoped…

• ALGEBRA1

What is n >= 2 if C(n,2) = C(n,1) + 2 ?

We’ll recall the formula for combinations: C(n,2) = n!/2!*(n-2)! But n!=1*2*3*……..*(n-3)*(n-2)*(n-1)*n (n-2)!= 1*2*3*……..*(n-3)*(n-2) We notice that we can write n!=(n-2)!* (n-1)*n C(n,2)…

• TRIGONOMETRY1

What is cotx, 90<x<180, cosx=-1/square root 7 ?

We have to find cot x given that cos x = – 1/ sqrt 7 and 90 < x< 180. Now 90 < x < 180 => sin x is positive and cos x is negative cot x = cos x / sin x is negative. cos x = -1 / sqrt…

• THE GREAT GATSBY

In chapter 4 of Gatsby how is language used to set the scene and influence interpretation?

At the beginning of Chapter 4 of The Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald uses language usually reserved for weddings and comedies to set a festive, jubilant tone. Fitzgerald wants us to feel the romanticism…

• HISTORY

Who was Alexander II of Russia?

Tsar Alexander II was the ruler of Russia from 1855 to 1881. He is best remembered for the fact that he was the Tsar who ended serfdom in Russia. He was assassinated in 1881 by revolutionaries…

• WUTHERING HEIGHTS

How does Bronte Illustrate the love for Catherine Linton and Heathcliff in an intense, yet subtle…

Bronte illustrates the love between Catherine Linton and Heathcliff in many intense ways. As Wuthering Heights is told through the eyes of many narrators, it demonstrates that the love between the…

• THE OUTSIDERS

What is the message that S.E Hinton wants to convey about violence in The Outsiders ?provide…

S.E. Hinton’s The Outsiders can be interpreted to have a few different messages about violence. I think the first and most important message is that violence, especially between teens, is senseless…

• ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT

Create a poem based on a passage from Chapter 4 of All Quiet on the Western Front.We have to…

First, decide on a passage from the chapter that you find significant–the most significant part of the chapter from my perspective is the section about the crying of the horses. Then, analyze the…

• EVERYDAY USE

Show the differences between the two sisters which compares both to the author herself? Give…

The two sisters in “Everyday Use” are vastly different. Dee “Wangero” is a modern girl who has gotten an education, left home, explored her African roots, and come back home after the death of her…

• MENDING WALL

What are the symbols that Frost presents in “Mending Wall”?

The primary symbol in “Mending Wall” is the wall bordering the narrator’s property. The physical barrier of the wall represents the psychological or symbolic barrier between the narrator and his…

• ARMS AND THE MAN

Evaluate Raina as the central character of the novel ‘Arms and the Man’.

Raina as the central character of the play is seen in the following ways: it is through her that bluntschli is introduced when he entered her room the night he was being pursued. it was in her room…

• LOOK BACK IN ANGER

What is the plot of “Look Back in Anger”?

Osborne’s Look Back in Anger, a play in three acts, is largely modelled on the Scribean “well-made play”. Set in the small attic apartment in the Midlands, the entire action takes place in the…

• HAMLET

Show how spying is important in the play Hamlet.

Spying is a recurring event in the play that brings about the death of Polonius as well as the deaths of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. In Act 2, sc. 1, Polonius even has his son spied upon when he…

• POLITICAL SCIENCE

What are the political benefits of journalism?What are the political benefits of journalism?

I assume that you are asking how journalism helps a society in terms of politics. If so, journalism is so important to political freedom that it was included in the First Amendment to the…

• SCIENCE

How assembly language features can be combined with high level languages and high level…

First of all, high-level languages cannot enhance assembly since that is able to express everything the CPU can do. Basically, what a compiler generally does is to generate assembly or machine…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Give another example in which people have changed the physical environment.This question is…

Outside of these things, there are many ways that people have changed the physical environment. Some examples include: Building dams. Dams create slack water behind them, enlarging rivers and…

• CALCULUS

How to apply l’Hopital to calculate the limit of the function (x^2-x-6)/(x+2) x–>-2

To calculate the limit, we’ll substitute x by -2 in the expression of the function. lim f(x) = lim ( 4 + 2 -6 )/( -2 + 2 ) lim ( x^2 – x -6 )/( x+2 ) = (6-6)/(-2+2) = 0/0 We notice that we’ve…

• CALCULUS

Evaluate the limit of the function f(x)=(x^2-7x+6)/(x-1) , x–>1 .

The limit limx→1×2−7x+6x−1limx→1×2-7x+6x-1 has to be determined. If we substitute x with 1, x^2 – 7x + 6 = 1 – 7 + 6 = 0 and x – 1 = 1 – 1 = 0. The expression x2−7x+6x−1=00×2-7x+6x-1=00 which is…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

To what extent should we embrace globalization?This is an essay topic for final. You can write so…

There are a number of ways that you could go about doing this. First, you could look at this simply from an economic perspective. If you did it like that, you could talk about how globalization…

• CALCULUS

Find the indefinite integral of 1/(cos^2x-cos^4x).

First, we’ll re-write the denominator. We notice that we can factorize it by (cos x)^2: 1/[(cos x)^2 – (cos x)^4] = 1/(cos x)^2[1 – (cos x)^2] We’ll also substitute the numerator1, by the…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is meant by disaster preparedness and mitigation?

Disaster preparedness refers to the coordinated response in the wake of a natural calamity. It involves ensuring that the affected people receive immediate services and assists with the transition…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are some sensible strategies for building good strong relationships with co-workers?…

Communication, both verbal and non-verbal play a big part in relationship building. It’s a two way street of talking and listening. I would much rather talk to someone who is truly listening. When…

• ALGEBRA1

If t=5+1/t what is (t^4+1)/t^2 ?

We’ll start by subtracting 1/t both sides: t – 1/t = 5 Now, we’ll re-write the expression that has to be calculated: (t^4+1)/t^2 = t^4/t^2 + 1/t^2 We’ll simplify and we’ll get: (t^4+1)/t^2 = t^2 +…

• TRIGONOMETRY1

Prove that sin^3x=sinx+sin^2x*cosx-sinx8cos^2x-cosx+cos^3x.

We’ll subtract (cos x)^3 both sides to get a difference of cubes to the left side: (sin x)^3 – (cos x)^3 = sinx + (sin x)^2*cosx-sinx*(cos x)^2-cosx We’ll factorize the terms from the middle by…

• CALCULUS

What is the function y if dy/dx=13x^14+4x^5-2x ?

To determine a function, when knowing it’s derivative, we’ll have to determine te indefinite integral of the expression of derivative. We’ll determine the indefinite integral of…

• ALGEBRA1

How to write quadratic function if are given 3 points (1,2),(1,3) and(0,-2)?

We’ll write the general form of the quadratic: ax^2 + bx + c = y The given 3 points belong to the graph of quadratic function. If the graph passes through the given points, that means that the…

• HILLS LIKE WHITE ELEPHANTS

How does the railroad station setting parallel the message or concerns of the story?

As I recall, the railroad station sits in a vast expanse of open land in Spain. On one side of the station, the land is barren. On the other side, the land is not barren. I think a stream cuts…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

When Ms. Tutti said “Da-rk they were, Syrians” in Chapter 27, does she mean dark-colored in skin…

In the Alabama of the 1930s, there resided in the state of the Deep South virtually only two races of people: blacks and Celtic or English whites. For, there was no industry that brought in…

• CALCULUS

Decide if the function y=(1+1/2x)^x has limit if x–>infinite.

We’ll evaluate the limit. For this reason, we’ll distribute the limit to the base and exponent at the same time. lim(1+1/2x)^lim x=1^infinity=indeterminancy We’ll form the fundamental limit: lim…

• A TALE OF TWO CITIES

A Tale Of Two Cities Motif: RedemptionIn A Tale Of Two Cities, what events/people in the book…

I’m not sure our primary goal is to make your life easier; however, I am glad you’ll be thinking about what we write, so I’ll get things started. The most obvious example of redemption in A Tale of…

• HAMLET

Do Hamlet’s feelings match those of Ophelia’s in Hamlet?

I am fairly confident that Hamlet has feelings for Ophelia. Like so much with Hamlet, he is incapable of committing to her because of the other elements that preclude such a declaration. I…

• THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS

Discuss social realism in The God of Small Things.

I think that one element of social realism that is present in Roy’s work is how political and authoritarian establishments do not necessarily work for the best ends of the people. These…

• A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Write a book review of A Christmas Carol.

This book is a story that is bound to warm the cockles of your heart as you read the way that one man, Ebeneezer Scrooge, a determined misanthropist, who hates Christmas and everything to do with…

• PHILOSOPHY

Do right and wrong truly exist, or is EVERYTHING a matter of one’s personal opinion?Do right and…

Ultimately, this is a matter of opinion — there is no way to prove this and only you can decide for yourself what you think. In my opinion, there are things that are simply morally wrong. These…

• THE BIBLE

In The Bible, who is “The Gospel of Luke” and “Acts” written to?

This is a very interesting question which many critics have debated endlessly. What becomes clear, however, if you read their ideas, is that the supposed recipient, whom Luke himself names in Luke:…

• THOMAS HARDY

Please give a summary of the poem “Weathers” by Thomas Hardy.

One of the themes of Hardy’s poetry that it is hard to ignore is the weather and the countryside, and in this simplistic poem Hardy re-visits these themes by focussing on two different states of…

What are the alternative for a organization if it wants to change its purpose? can it be done?…

If an organization wants to change its purpose, it ought to do it gradually. It would be too difficult for a company like Sony to change so radically (to a completely new business) in a short…

• PORPHYRIA’S LOVER

What has God to do with “Porphyria’s Lover”? What is the meaning of the last line, “And yet God…

This is an excellent and intriguing question! Well done for asking it! It is important to realise that Browning in this poem creates an unreliable narrator whose words we clearly come to doubt as…

• PHYSICS

What should be the mass of a block to prevent it from sliding down a ramp with a coefficient of…

For a block placed on an inclined ramp which is not frictionless, there are two forces acting. One of them is the gravitational force of attraction that makes the block slide down the ramp and a…

• PHYSICS

When pulling one end of a spring balance while holding the other with my other end the reading is…

When you catch one end of a spring balance in one hand and pull the other end to show a reading of 10 kg, the force applied by your hand that is pulling at the end is 10*9.8 = 98N. The hand with…

• THE EPIC OF GILGAMESH

Why is it important for Gilgamesh and Enkidu to kill Humbaba in The Epic of Gilgamesh?

Gilgamesh, befitting his epic hero status, wants to fight and kill Humbaba to prove to his people that they should not be afraid of Humbaba and that the gods are able to be defied by mere mortals….