How do snakes excrete or reproduce?

How do snakes excrete or reproduce?

  • SCIENCE

What are some industrial applications of aluminum?

Aluminum is useful in many industrial applications because of its high strength and low density. Aluminum is also quite malleable, which allows the metal to be cut, molded, pounded, stretched,…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Ccompare and contrast the three (3) sociological perspectives.

There are three main theoretical perspectives in sociology. These are structural-functionalism (often just called functionalism), the conflict perspective, and symbolic interactionism. The first…

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  • SERENA

Is Serena in Serena by Ron Rash like Shakespeare’s Othello?

Serena is not like Othello. One reason why Serena is not like Othello is because of her confidence. Serena is a very self- assured woman. She is George’s equal in business and in life. She does…

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  • THE IMMORTAL LIFE OF HENRIETTA LACKS

“’Your cells will make you immortal.’ He told Henrietta her cells would help save the lives…

In Chapter 8 of Rebecca Skloot’s The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Henrietta Lacks is dying of metastasizing cervical cancer. Earlier, doctors collected cells from her cervix without telling…

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  • THINGS FALL APART

How does Okonkwo’s individuality contrast with the local community?

Okonkwo’s fierce pride and individuality contrasts greatly with the Igbo clan of Umuofia. His strong personality and emphasis on individuality often puts him at odds with the elders. They respect…

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  • A WHITE HERON

In “A White Heron,” why does the author use shadows?

In “A White Heron,” Sarah Orne Jewett uses references to shadows in order to foreshadow the coming of the hunter, a figure that represents a force which is hostile to nature, and establish the…

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  • THE GOOD-MORROW

What is the meaning of “snorted,” as used by Donne in line 4 of the first verse?

“The Good-Morrow” can be found in John Donne’s Songs and Sonnets which was published in 1633. It chronicles the thoughts of a young man upon awakening next to his beloved. In order to grasp the…

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  • MACBETH

In Macbeth, Lady Macbeth says, “But screw your courage to the sticking place,/ And we’ll not…

Lady Macbeth is telling Macbeth that as long as he is not afraid, their plan to kill Duncan will not fail. When Macbeth tells his wife that three witches prophesized that he would be king, she is…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

The Earth’s radius is 6378.1 km. Its average distance from the Sun is 1 AU=149,598,000 km….

You can think of this as a geometry question disguised as an astronomy question!For these purposes, we can assume the Earth is a sphere. (Technically it’s a slightly-lumpy oblate spheroid, but it’s…

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  • SCIENCE

No 7: Two bodies of mass m1m1 and m2m2 are dropped from rest from the heights h1h1 and h2h2 …. 1 image

The answer is b: h1−−√:h2−−√h1:h2 . If a body is dropped from rest from height h, the time it takes to reach the ground is determined by the equation h=g⋅t22h=g⋅t22 , where g is the…

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  • JACOB HAVE I LOVED

In Jacob Have I Loved, what do you see as the main differences and similarities between Sara…

Sara Louise (as she prefers to be called) and Caroline have much in common. They are twins. They live on a small island called Rass in the Chesapeake Bay with their parents and grandmother. They…

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  • BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA

What are some physical characteristics of Jesse Aarons?

As Chapter 1 begins, we learn that Jesse likes to dress in overalls without a shirt underneath when he’s going running, so we know he dresses a little on the nerdy side, but that’s probably just…

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  • REFERENCE

Discuss any four modes of transport and briefly elaborate the role and importance of each in the…

Transportation is an important key to the economic and social success of any civilization. Transportation by automobile has transformed modern nations by allowing consumers and goods to unite….

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  • SCIENCE

Be able to describe the relationship between fatty acids and triacylglycerol

Lipids are hydrophobic non– polar large molecules that are built from smaller molecules attached by covalent bonds. Examples of lipids are fats, oils and waxes. A fat is composed of glycerol and…

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  • PHYSICS

How can I solve this question of Dynamics ?? 1 image

First, we need to find the resultant force acting on the block with the following equation: F = F1(hori) + F2(hori) – μN Where: F1(hori) = F1 cos 20°, is the horizontal component of F1 F2(hori)…

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  • THE NECKLACE

In “The Necklace,” what are two examples of alliteration?

Alliteration is a sound device where the initial consonant sounds of a word are repeated. This creates a musical effect and often adds a subtle emphasis in a sentence. Mathilde is a woman who…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What do you think of Atticus’ reaction to Bob Ewell’s challenge?

In Chapter 23, Atticus is leaving the post office when Bob Ewell approaches him. Bob Ewell threatens and curses at Atticus, and then spits in his face. According to Miss Stephanie, Atticus does not…

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  • FLIGHT

What is the organization of the plot in John Steinbeck’s “Flight”? I need to discuss exposition,…

Like many of John Steinbeck’s stories, “Flight” is set in the area of California around Salinas and Monterey. In the exposition of the story Steinbeck describes a meager farm “on the wild coast.”…

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  • HISTORY

How did geography play a role in the development of early societies in Ancient India?

Geography played a critical role in the early history of India, as it did in most locations around the world. Some key geographical factors played a role in the development of civilization and…

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  • SCIENCE

What would be the result of two plants enclosed in a bottle for two weeks in a closed ecosystem?

What you are asking about is probably a terrarium, which is a small closed ecosystem. Yes, theoretically it is possible to have a closed ecosystem by sealing plants in a bottle. Simple closed…

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  • A MODEST PROPOSAL

In “A Modest Proposal” by Jonathan Swift, what are the different types of persuasive techniques…

Any analysis of Jonathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal” must deal with the fact that the essay is first and foremost a satirical piece. Swift is using the essay to create a farcical situation in…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

I have a presentation about Mercutio in “Romeo and Juliet”. Could you please tell me what are…

Mercutio is a memorable character in “Romeo and Juliet”, the instigator of both fun and violence and speaker of the play’s most famous speech. His position in the play is a strange one,…

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  • TO BUILD A FIRE

In “To Build A Fire”, by Jack London, what is the significance of the dog’s final movement…

In the final moments of the story, the dog realizes that the man is dead when he starts smelling the decay of the man’s body. The dog no longer needs the man because the man is unable to feed him…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

Analyze the characters of the Nurse and Friar Laurence as mentors to the young people in Romeo…

The Nurse and Friar Laurence play similar key roles in Romeo and Juliet considering they both act as advisory parties and surrogate parents. Since the Capulets and Montagues are so hopelessly…

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  • THE SCARLET LETTER

It is believed that Hester Prynne is an astonishing American answer to Milton’s Eve. How does…

Comparing Hawthorne’s Hester Prynne to Milton’s Eve provokes a great deal of questions, most of which inevitably involve religion and morality. By weighing the two female characters we see that…

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  • STILL I RISE

In “Still I Rise,” what are the inherited gifts that the writer brings with her?

Maya Angelou’s poem, ‘Still I Rise” chronicles her ancestors’ feelings and the legacy of slavery and oppression until she chooses to rise above the history of the past. She inherits from her…

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  • THINGS FALL APART

In Things Fall Apart, Achebe includes stories from Igbo culture and tradition, proverbs, and…

A major theme of Chinua Achebe’s novel Things Fall Apart is culture clash, or inter-cultural conflict generated by unprecedented interactions between two cultures. This theme is not only…

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  • ZORA NEALE HURSTON

How was Zora Neale Hurston’s work more famous after her death than before her death?

Zora Neale Hurston was widely known as a writer and political activist during the Harlem Renaissance. However, there were many things that contributed to her lack of success during her lifetime….

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  • HISTORY

How did the Industrial Revolution of the 19th century lead to the scramble for Africa?

The Industrial Revolution contributed to the “Scramble for Africa,” as well as imperialism more broadly, in several different ways. First, the Industrial Revolution created an almost insatiable…

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  • HEALTH

What are the functional differences between a professional nurses organization and a board of…

This is a great question! The answer actually applies to all professions, not just nursing. A board is a national and/or state regulatory organization that oversees the professional practices of…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird, Chapter 3, why does Walter Cunningham drown his food in molasses? Is it…

If this is deemed to be symbolic, it shows how behavior can symbolically represent class distinctions. Walter’s family is much poorer than the Finch family. There may be a suggestion here that…

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  • SCIENCE

How does a cell produce electricity?

A cell that produces electricity is known as an electrochemical cell or voltaic cell or more commonly as a “battery”. The electricity production takes place because of chemical reactions that take…

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  • SCIENCE

Why electricity flows from +ve to -ve terminals?

The electricity does not flow from the positive terminal to the negative terminal, at least not in the technical sense. Electricity flows in the exact opposite direction, that is, from negative…

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  • UPON NOTHING

In John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester’s, poem “Upon Nothing,” what are Wilmot’s main points?

John Wilmot, the second Earl of Rochester (1647-1680), was described by Charles Whidbley in The Cambridge Encyclopedia of English Literature as . . . the one man of undisputed genius among them…

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  • SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY

What is meant by, “Themselves compelled at midnight and at noon to watch with steadfast eye their…

Let’s look first at the overall theme of James Garber’s poem. He is a man ruminating over how brief and unsatisfying life has proven to be. This poem may be the most existential in the series, in…

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  • MATH

Find the equation of a line that passes through point (0,2) and makes 45 degrees to the line…

Hello! As you probably know, a normal (orthogonal) vector for a line with the equation ax+by+c=0ax+by+c=0 is <a,b>.<a,b>. So for the given line it is <2,3>.<2,3>. Denote the equation in question as…

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  • THE EAGLE

What are romantic features of the poem “The Eagle?” Show how nature is in direct combination…

Critic Herbert F. Tucker wrote of Tennyson’s poetry: Tennyson’s theme and imagery gravitate toward some inevitable ground on the power of God, the drift of nature, or the obsessions of human…

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  • THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

In The Merchant Of Venice, why couldn’t Antonio give Bassanio any money?

Antonio could not give Bassanio any money since he did not have any ready cash available, as he explains to him: Thou know’st that all my fortunes are at sea;Neither have I money nor commodityTo…

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  • PSYCHOLOGY

What are some strategies to help cultivate positive emotions in your life?

The answer to this question depends on the field or context from which the respondent is answering. Given that breadth and depth, I’ll provide several possible responses and links to more resources…

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  • THE DESTRUCTORS

What is the central theme of “The Destructors”?

We can state the central theme in a couple of ways, but I think the main idea of this story is this: Extreme circumstances can drive people to act in ways that do not fit their usual characters….

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

Does Parris end up as a broken man in The Crucible?

In many ways, yes. When Reverend Parris first appears in Act Four, “He is gaunt, frightened, and sweating in his greatcoat.” He confesses that none of the convicted will speak to him anymore and…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the international organizations?

There are two main types of international organizations. The first type consists of organizations that do not have governments or countries as members, and this type is called a non-governmental…

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  • THROUGH THE TUNNEL

What contrast exists between the beach and the bay?

To begin, the beach is identified as “the safe beach”; it is the beach Jerry and his mother have always visited on holiday. It is a place that he associates with his childhood, with safety, and…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the acute differences between Direct and Indirect election?

Direct and indirect election are basically what they sound like. In a direct election, voters choose the candidate who wins. In an indirect election, voters choose one or more “electors” who then…

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  • REFERENCE

I am trying to find a name for my school magazine. They will give a prize to the one who gives…

Without knowing anything about your school, I can only give you some general ideas for coming up with a creative name. A lot of literary magazines use puns or alliteration in their titles. For…

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  • SCIENCE

Which symbols are used to represent different Bohr’s orbit?

In an atom the nucleus is made of particles known as protons and neutrons, electrons orbit around the nucleus. Bohr proposed a model in which the electrons had discrete values of energy, as a…

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  • NIGHT-SEA JOURNEY

Who is the narrator in the Night-Sea Journey?

The Night-Sea Journey by John Barth is narrated by a spermatozoon during its journey towards an ovum. From the perspective of the narrator, the swim to an unknown destination serves at the…

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  • 1984

What is the role of O’Brien in the third part (Part 3) of “1984” by George Orwell? Why is he…

O’Brien’s role in the third part of 1984 is to reprogram Winston’s thoughts so that he internalizes the values of the Party. Winston’s fundamental crime lies not in what he did, though that is…

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  • SCIENCE

How do snakes excrete or reproduce?

Snakes are classified in the group known as reptiles. These are organisms with dry skin that is protected by a scaly covering. They have adapted to life on land and have well-developed lungs. In…

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  • POETRY

I need a detailed explanation of the 4 stanzas of the poem “Five Ways to Kill a Man” by Edwin Brock.

“Five Ways to Kill a Man” by Edwin Brock is a five-stanza poem written in free verse, consisting of four long stanzas and one short stanza. It is written in the first person. An anonymous narrator…

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