How do the principles of the constitution protect our rights?

How do the principles of the constitution protect our rights?

  • ANIMAL FARM

In Animal Farm, what name did the animals give to Old Major’s teachings?

In Chapter Two of Animal Farm, the animals have their much-anticipated Rebellion in which Mr Jones is overthrown and they take possession of the farm. It was Old Major’s rousing speech (in Chapter…

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  • JOURNEY OF THE MAGI

Why can the poem Journey of the Magi be considered both dramatic monologue and an allegory?

A dramatic monologue is a type of poem that takes the form of a speech (not the poet, but of an unnamed narrator) which tells a story. The speech is directed at a specific audience, but the reader…

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  • HISTORY

Why would sovereignty be a concern for the people of Hawaii?

There are at least two ways to understand this question. I will try to answer both briefly. First, this question may be asking why people in Hawai’i should care about getting sovereignty. The…

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  • BUD, NOT BUDDY

What is the name of Bud’s father?

I believe that you are asking about Bud from the book Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis. Bud never finds out who is father is; therefore, the reader never learns the real name of Bud’s…

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  • HARVEST OF EMPIRE

In Harvest of Empire: A History of Latinos in America by Juan Gonzalez, what is the summary of…

The first three chapters of Harvest of Empire: A History of Latinos in America is specifically about how all of this began. That is why the first three chapters are the entire first part which has…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What are times in To Kill a Mockingbird when Scout was curious?

There are many times when Scout is curious. She tries to listen to her father and Uncle Jack speak. She wants to know if Uncle Jack snitches on her about Francis. She, Jem, and Dill follow Atticus…

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  • LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS – POETRY

For each bold word, indicate its part of speech (word class), and for Ns, Vs, Adjs, Advs, explain…

Lewis Carroll’s “Jabberwocky” has delighted and puzzled many for generations. It is meant to be an exercise in creativity. Here are the grammatical explanations: wabe = N This word is clearly a…

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  • SCIENCE

How do ocean sediments help us understand the climate?

Ocean floors act as a repository for sediments collected over millions of years. These include the rocks, sediments, phytoplankton, fossils, etc. that settled directly at the ocean floor and those…

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  • THE CAY

What is an example of foreshadowing in chapters 11-19 of Theodore Taylor’s book The Cay?

Foreshadowing is a literary device in which an author gives hints in the story about events that happen later in the story. Foreshadowing can be achieved through dialogue between characters,…

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  • HISTORY

When the USS Maine exploded, who did many Americans hold responsible?

The USS Maine was sent to the Cuba to protect American interests as a struggle for independence from Spain was occurring. On February 15, 1898, the battleship exploded suddenly and violently,…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

In Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, how can the instance with the sieve and the sand relate to what…

In Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, Montag relates the story of how, as a child, an unkind cousin told him that if he could fill a sieve he would receive a dime. Try as he might, he was unable to do…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill A Mockingbird, what page is the quote “putting him through that is like killing a…

The metaphor “killing a mockingbird” comes up three or four times in the novel. The two most salient times when the phrase above is mentioned come from two sources. The first mention of the…

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  • SCIENCE

What is breathing?

Most organisms on Earth are aerobic. Such organisms breathe oxygen, i.e. absorb oxygen gas (O2O2 ) and output carbon dioxide gas (CO2CO2 ). Most terrestrial vertebrates and some invertebrates are…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the advantages of democratic governance? What are the disadvantages of democratic…

Democratic governance has both advantages and disadvantages. One major advantage is that it allows all citizens under a government to have a direct impact on the policies of a country. There would…

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  • CINEMA AND DRAMA

How do movies compare to live drama, both in the making of them and in the watching?

There is a significant difference between how movies and plays are constructed and experienced. Plays are performed in real time. Actors usually spend a month or more rehearsing. They memorize…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

What were the disturbances on the quiet streets of Verona in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet?

Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare opens with a prologue describing the basic narrative of the play as a tale of two “star-crossed” lovers, who belonged to warring houses in the fair city of…

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  • HISTORY

What is Hinkle Fieldhouse by Eric Angevine about?

Hinkle Fieldhouse by Eric Angevine is about the legendary basketball arena found on the campus of Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. The history of this arena is the focal point of the…

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  • SCIENCE

A coin is dropped from a height of 90 meter. How fast will it fall, just before it hits the ground?

This is a problem that can be solved using the kinematic method, through the equations for vertical movement; or by the method of energy, using the law of conservation of mechanical energy….

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  • BUSINESS

How do political factors affects businesses? Provide a possible solution.

Political factors can affect businesses by making the environment more or less friendly for business. Often, there is very little that businesses can do. They can lobby for better laws, but they…

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  • A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND

I need help writing a character analysis for the grandmother in Flannery O’Connor’s story, “A…

The links I am including below will be so helpful to you! One is an article that outlines exactly what a character analysis should be, and the other will take you straight to a discussion of the…

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  • BUSINESS

Elmer Corp. has approached your firm for a loan. They are pursuing a 5 yr loan intended to…

The first thing to understand with a new customer is the type of business they are involved. Since Elmer Corp. is unfamiliar, a three-tier education program would need to be arranged to understand…

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  • BUSINESS

After years of dominance by domestic firms in your industry, there are increasing signals of a…

The implications of this development for our firm and its management is that we will have to find a way to compete with the incursion of low-cost, high-quality competitors from Southeast Asia….

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  • BUSINESS

Mayport Industries is a well respected and high growth firm in the communications equipment…

Fast growing industries, such as Mayport, present a variety of opportunities and challenges. An interview carried out by Forbes among the fastest growing Inc. 5000 companies showed that acquiring…

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  • SCIENCE

The process of meiosis ensures that organisms will have what?

The easy answer is that is maintains the number of chromosomes that is unique to a species generation after generation. Meiosis is the process that creates sex cells within an organism. During…

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  • BUSINESS

When evaluating any investment in a firm – what is the key goal that you want to examine and…

To answer this question two assumptions are made; In the first question investment refers to money spent on business projects or capital expenditures. In the second question the measures refer to…

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  • SCIENCE

What do the properties of a compound depend on?

A compound is made up of individual elements through the process of bonding and has different properties than the constituent elements. For example, oxygen is a catalyst for combustion and hydrogen…

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  • POETRY

How can one perform a literary stylistic analysis on a poem?

The main characteristic of a literary stylistic analysis is that it investigates how the poem is written rather than the subject matter of a poem. Rather than talk about the meaning or theme of a…

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  • HISTORY

How did the American political system become more democratic during the presidency of Andrew…

The American system became more democratic during Andrew Jackson’s presidency. Prior to this time, most people in government were from the upper class and were wealthy. This changed when Andrew…

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  • GREAT EXPECTATIONS

What are two lessons Pip learns when he comes of age in Great Expectations?

Pip has set out to learn how to be a gentleman but learns entirely different lessons. With his friendship with Herbert, he has learned to be a true friend, going out of his way to help Herbert in…

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  • JANE EYRE

What is the important love in Jane’s life?

The most important love in Jane’s life is Mr. Rochester. The reason he is Jane’s most important love is because it is through loving Mr. Rochester that Jane can bring all the different parts of her…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What are the benefits of war?

As horrible as war can be, there are some benefits that it provides. Generally speaking, a war provides an economic boost to the countries at war. Research and manufacturing are typically ramped…

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  • HISTORY

What are the benefits of warfare?

This is a complicated question because war is so costly in many obvious ways. This includes the economic and human costs associated with making war. Also, war is conducted for a myriad of different…

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  • SCIENCE

A solution of acetic acid is 1% ionized. determine the concentration of the H3O positive of the…

The chemical equation of this reaction can be written as: CH3COOH+H2O→CH3COO−+H3O+CH3COOH+H2O→CH3COO-+H3O+ and the ionization constant is given as: Ka=[H3O+][CH3COO−][CH3COOH]Ka=[H3O+][CH3COO-][CH3COOH] %…

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  • SCIENCE

Can someone explain to me the process of answering this question? I understand how to find the…

On the image attached below, F⃗ HF→H is the force applied to the monument by Hercules, F⃗ sF→s is the force applied to the monument by Superman, and F⃗ pF→p is the force applied to the monument…

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  • THE SEAFARER

Paraphrase advice the speaker gives in lines 117-122. Where is “our home”?

In the original Anglo-Saxon, the words speak simply of “home,” but the context makes it clear that the poet is not referring to one’s earthly, physical home. Instead, “home” is the eternal bliss…

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  • HISTORY

What best accounts for the sharp increase of immigrants during the period 1890-1910?

The period of immigration between 1890 and 1910 marked a startling departure from traditional immigration patterns. For the first time, southern and eastern Europeans migrated in large numbers….

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  • THE BIRTH-MARK

How does the syntax of “The Birthmark” by Hawthorne help give meaning to the short story?

First, syntax is defined in several ways, but a good working definition is this: syntax is (i) the arrangement or order of words, phrases, and clauses in a sentence and (ii) the principles that…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Can an election bring positive change?

Sure. An election can bring positive change. It can also bring negative change. It can also bring both at the same time . . . or neither. It also will greatly depend on who is being elected, and…

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  • HAMLET

What is the significance of the opening scene of Hamlet and how does it anticipate the main…

Shakespeare wanted to introduce the ghost before it met with Hamlet. The Ghost is played by an actor wearing armor and a helmet. The audience would not take this actor to be a ghost unless it was…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

How can I compare classical and operant conditioning?

Operant and classical conditioning are both types of learning. Though they are similar in the way they use stimuli to determine a specific learned outcome, classical and operant conditioning are…

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  • ARTS

using examples explain the role of scale in cartography and map analysis

Scale is probably one of the most important elements of cartography and map analysis. It creates some amount of objectivity in the map and provides a reliable means of assessing the size or…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What exposure to prejudice at church with Calpurnia do the children experience in To Kill a…

At the First Purchase African Methodist Episcopal Church, Scout and Jem find themselves as the minority that is discriminated against. While Atticus is in the capital of Montgomery, attending an…

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  • GREAT EXPECTATIONS

How did Charles Dickens choose his characters’ names in Great Expectations?

The first thing that strikes me is Estella’s name. Estella’s name is derived from the Latin word for star. Stars are unreachable, bright, cold things. They are something to reach for and admire but…

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  • THE VELDT

In The Veldt, what happens to George and Lydia? Why?

In Ray Bradbury’s “The Veldt,” the children in the story—Peter and Wendy—lure their parents into the nursery where they are eaten by lions conjured from the children’s minds. In the story, the…

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  • THE BRONZE BOW

The Bronze Bow: Chapter 5 summary

With the harvest season of Nisan drawing to a close, Daniel becomes impatient to take the fight to the Romans. He doesn’t understand why Rosh lingers in the mountains, giving everyone seemingly…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

1.When market is in Equilibrium, the Buyers are those with the__________ willingness to pay and…

The answer to your first question is Option B. In a market, the people who get to buy are the ones with the highest willingness to pay. This is because buyers have to compete to buy goods. Those…

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  • THE OUTSIDERS

Who are the Socs gang?

The Socs are the rival gang in S.E. Hinton’s book The Outsiders. The Greasers live on the East side of town and the Socs live on the West side of town. In addition to living on the opposite side…

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  • HISTORY

In which year was Shakespeare performing regularly in London?

There are a lot of mysteries surrounding Shakespeare and one of them is that we are not entirely sure when Shakespeare first made his name on the stage. We know by records that sometime between…

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  • ANIMAL FARM

What powerful words or devices does Boxer use? What is the impression of Boxer that Orwell gives us?

Boxer is respected for being a hard worker. He is loyal, ethical, and simplistic in his thinking. Boxer embraces the rebellion and becomes a loyal follower of the pigs. In Chapter 4, when the…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

How do the principles of the constitution protect our rights?

The U.S. Constitution is the founding document of the U.S. government. It sets up the structure of the federal government and articulates the rights of individuals in the United States. The…

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