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**I STAND HERE IRONING**

**The quote “I stand here ironing, and what you asked me moves tormented back and forth with the…**

The context of this quote in the story is that Emily’s mother, who is home ironing, receives a call from someone–perhaps a school administrator: principal, guidance counselor or social…

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**LITERATURE**

**How do you answer questions in Unseen ?For example, some questions will ask you to analyse the…**

I’m not exactly sure what you mean here, either by “Unseen” or by answering questions. I’ll do my best to answer what I think you might want to know and what might be helpful–again, if I…

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**ROMEO AND JULIET**

**What does “May one not speak” mean (the Nurse says it) Act 3, Scene 5 of Romeo and Juliet**

This line pretty much means just what it says. In modern English, the nurse would be saying something like “why don’t I get to talk?” or “why can’t I say anything.” Just before this, Lord Capulet…

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**TEACHERS**

**Your favourite non-fiction books to teachIn response to my last post about immature Grade 12…**

I haven’t taught it, but The Jungle by Sinclair immediately comes to mind. The gruesome and horrific conditions of the meat packing industry in Chicago nearly a century ago are historically…

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**RELIGION**

**What punishment did Cain receive?**

To find the answer to this, look in Genesis 4: 11-12. Mostly, the punishment is described in verse 12. Usually, we think of the mark of Cain as his punishment. But the only actual punishment that…

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**MATH**

**150 wrkrs do a job.4 wrkrs drop out on the 2nd day nd so on.dey tak 8 mor days to cmplte the…**

Let the number of days 150 workers to complete the job be n. Then the man days to finish the job = 150n. The number of workes are getting diminished by 4 every day. So the workers on the first…

**MATH**

**What is the value of n if 8n=9n-5i am looking for an angle measurement**

8n = 9n – 5 First subtract 9n from both sides: ==> 8n – 9n = 9n-5 – 9n ==> -n = -5 Now multiply by -1 both sides: => n = 5

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**HARLEM**

**Why does Langston Hughes answer his main question with a list of questions in “Harlem”?**

Although Hughes does not specifically answer his question, “What happens to a dream deferred?” his following questions certainly cause his readers to think about the negative consequences of…

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**MATH**

**Find x for the inequality log 2 (x+1)/(x+3) < 2 to hold .**

log 2 (x+1)/(x+3) < 2 We know that log 2 4 = 2 ==> log 2 (x+1)/(x+3) < log 2 4 We know that log a/b = log a – log b ==> log 2 (x+1) – loh 2 (x+3) < log 2 (4) Now add log 2 (x+3) to…

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**RELIGION**

**How did Cain make his crime even worse?**

Of course, Cain’s original crime was one of the worst things a person can do. Not only did he kill someone, he killed someone that he was supposed to love. This is a terrible thing. But then he…

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**ROMEO AND JULIET**

**What does this quote from Romeo and Juliet mean: “I would the fool were married to her grave.”**

This line is spoken by Lady Capulet (Juliet’s mother) in Act III, Scene 5. She says it about her daughter. What she is saying (and this is really a terrible thing to say) is that she wishes her…

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**MATH**

**( x – 3 )( x – 2 ) + 1 = ( sin 100 )^2 + ( cos 100 )^2 Find x**

(x-3)(x-2) + 1 = (sin 100)^2 + (cos100)^2 First we know that: (sin a)^2 + (sin b)^2 = 1 Then: (x-3)(x-2) + 1 = 1 Now subtract 1 from both sides: ==> (x-3)(x-2) = 0 Then we have two possible…

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**SCIENCE**

**What are the impacts of a typical modern lifestyle on blood circulation?it is better to give a…**

Well, we can’t do your assignment for you, but let me give you some ideas to think about including that might help you do it on your own. 1) Diet – Americans consume a lot of fat and a lot of…

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**RELIGION**

**Despite his deed, god will protects cain: ”and god put a mark on him, so that noone who came…**

I think that you can see this in a number of different ways. Here are a couple of interpretations: God is saying that only he is able to judge the actions of people. He is telling the people that…

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**MATH**

**I am having trouble understanding the difference between expressions such as (x^6) * (x^4) and…**

(x^6)*(x^4) That means we will multiply x by itself 6 times and then multiply it by x bet itself 4 times: OR : (x*x*x*x*x*x) = x^6 (x*x*x*x) = x^4 ==> (x^4)*(x^6) =…

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**RELIGION**

**How does the “am I my brother’s keeper?” attitude get repeated in today’s society?Referring to…**

Today, you can see various examples of people who do not care enough about other people. I will give one example from each side of the political spectrum (in the US, at least). Here in the US,…

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**MATH**

**Evaluate the limit . lt[(x+5)^2-x^2]/(2x+14). x–>infinite**

limit f(x) n= limit [(x+5)^2 – x^2]/(2x+14) x–> inf First let us open brackets: ==> lim f(x) = limit (x^2 + 10x + 25 – x^2) /(2x+14) = limit ( 10x+25)/(2x+14)…

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**THE VIEW FROM SATURDAY**

**Standard Growth ChartOne tool that physicians use to determine if there may be a growth problem…**

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**MATH**

**Evaluate the limit ( sqrtx – 3 ) / ( x^2 – 9 ) x–>3**

limit f(x) = limit (sqrt(x-3) /(x^2-9) x–> 3 By substitution: limit f(x) = 0/0 Then let us factore the denominator: limit f(x) = limit (sqrt(x-3) / (x+3)(x-3) = limit (x-3)^1/2 /…

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**MATH**

**Solve the equation x^3-2,5x^2-x+5/2=0.**

To solve x^3-2.5x^2-x5/2 = 0 Multiply the equation by 2. 2x^3-5x^2-2x-5 = 0 Since the sum of coefficients is zero, x=1 is a solution and x-1) is a factor. Therefore (2x^3-5x^2-2x+5)= (x-1)…

**MATH**

**How do you add mixed fractions? such as 4 1/3 + 3 3/7**

To do this, you have to find a way to get the fractions to have the same denominator. Once you have done that, you will be able to just add them together. Looking at these two fractions, the least…

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**MATH**

**Calculate x in the interval ( 0; 2pi ) if 2cosx -sin2x = 0**

We’ll substitute sin 2x by 2sinx*cosx and we’ll re-write the equation: 2cosx – 2sinx*cosx = 0 We’ll factorize by 2cos x and we’ll get: 2cos x*(1 – sin x) = 0 We’ll set each factor as 0. 2cos x = 0…

**MATH**

tanx = 2/5. To find tanx .When tan x = 2/5 there is nothing find tanx as it it should obvious that tanx = 2/5. However if tanx = 2/5, then cosx = 1/sqt(1+t^2) , where t = tanx = 2/5. cosx =…

**MATH**

**Prove that 0 < 5pi/18-sqrt2/2 < sqrt2/2 + pi/36**

We’ll apply Lagrange’s theorem to prove that the inequality holds. We’ll substitute the value sqrt(2)/2 by sin (pi/4). We’ve made the change, based on the presence of the value pi, in the…

**HANDS**

**What is the central idea of the short story “Hands” by Sherwood Anderson?**

There are no doubt a number of ways to answer your question about the story “Hands” from Sherwood Anderson’s book Winesberg, Ohio (1919). I’ll give one answer, but I hope that you’ll hear…

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**MATH**

**Determine the zeroes of dy if y=(4x+2)/(2x-4) .**

y = (4x+2)/(2x-4) To determine the zeros of dy ,we difrentiate the function and set dy/dx to zero and solve for x. y = (4x+2)/(2x-4) = 2+ [4x+2-2(2x-4)]/(2x-4) y’ = (2X)’ +[10/(2X-4)]’ y’ = 0 +…

**MATH**

**Determine the inverse function of y = ( x^2 – 6x + 9 ) / ( x – 3 )**

To find the inverse function of y = (x^2*6x+9)/(x-3) Solution: We know that x^2-6x+9 = (x-3)^2. Therefore, y = (x^-6x+9) /(x-3) = (x-3). Or Therefore y = x-3 for all . Therefore x = y+3 . Swapping…

**CONTENTS OF THE DEAD MAN’S POCKET**

**What four events happen in “Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket?”**

To me, the four most important events in this story are these: Tom decides to stay home instead of going out with his wife. This is our first sign as to how dedicated he is to his work. The piece…

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**ROBERT BURNS**

**In the poem “To a Mouse,” when he calls the mouse “fellow mortal,” what is the speaker…**

In my opinion, the speaker is acknowledging the idea that all of nature is in some way connected. If you think about it, this is really the theme of the whole poem. In this poem, the speaker is…

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**OTHELLO**

**Does Othello create his own downfall? The fact that Othello is so easily jealous makes it easy…**

Many literary critics have examined the roles of responsibility in Shakespeare’s Othello. Iago is the clear antagonist, and his actions certainly play a large role in eliciting such a jealous and…

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**THE LEAP**

**I need help by identifying an example of foreshadowing in the story “The Leap.”**

Foreshadowing is a literary device used to plant hints about events that will occur later in the plot. There are a number of excellent examples of foreshadowing in this story. The first comes at…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Does collective security threaten a country’s sovereignty?**

In theory, it certainly does. That is, for example, a major part of the reason why the US Senate did not ratify the Treaty of Versailles that would have put the US in the League of Nations. Under…

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**ARTS**

**In what kind of art can mass be observed?**

If you’re asking what kind of art can be viewed by the masses, then you have to pick a time period. Prior to the Modern, or industrial age, art for the masses was typically limited to themes of…

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**BUSINESS**

**Examine the nature of the technology challenge in human resource management.**

One of the most critical elements in assessing the need and challenge of technology in business is its continual advancements during periods of economic challenge. Simply put, a commitment to the…

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**HISTORY**

**What were the early civilization of Mesoamerica like?**

This is a very broad question — you are more likely to get good answers to more specific questions. Generally, I would say that these civilizations were all rather stratified and fairly…

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**MATH**

**What are the x-intercepts of y = 2x^2 – 3x – 20**

y = 2x^2 – 3x -20 we need to determine x-intercept. x-intercept is the point where the function intersect with the x-axis. In this case y value will be zero. Then we need to calculate x values for…

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**THE BIBLE**

**Why did Cain kill Abel?What does the text mean when it says, “Sin is lurking at the door; its…**

In Genesis 4, Cain is Abel’s older brother. He is put in charge of the fields (“fruits of the soil”) and Abel is put in charge of the flocks. It says in the text that while Cain brought “some of…

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**SCIENCE**

**HOW I REACT SULFONIC ACID IN WASHING POWDEROR I NEAD THE NAME OF CHEMICAL OF FOAM BOSTER**

Your question is not clear enough to be answered. Are you referring to sulphuric acid or sulphonic acid. Sulphuric Acid is H2SO4, whereas Sulphonic Acid is a class of organic acids with a formula…

**HISTORY**

**If both where origniated by English origin. Why did the New England and Chesapeake region evolve…**

This is because of the type of people who came (it’s not as if all English were exactly alike) and why they came. The Chesapeake area was settled simply in order to make money. People who came…

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**THE SNIPER**

**From which angle is the story “The Sniper” told (point of view)?**

The story is told from the third person limited point of view, meaning that a narrator who is not a character in the story tells the reader the tale (this is the “third person” part). The “limited”…

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**AS YOU LIKE IT**

**Why is Rosalind considered the ‘strongest’ woman in Shakespeare’s “As You Like It?”**

I think Rosalind is not just the “strongest” woman in the play, but the most realistic character as well. When she falls almost instantly in love with Orlando, she never questions her feelings….

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**ROLAND BARTHES**

**I want to ask what is the philosophy or what can we say was Roland Barthes’ opinion in “From…**

His philosophy is to support or initiate a shift in literay study from work, which is the objects of literary study (novels, plays, poems, and the written word in general), to text, which is a…

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**REFERENCE**

**GrammarWhat is the complete subject in the sentence To change a liquid to a solid heat must be…**

The complete subject is everything before the verb. In this case, it is “To change a liquid to a solid heat”. However, the simple subject is “heat”.

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Explain what happens to aggregate demand if business taxes rise?chapter 5-concise edition…**

Aggregate demand should not be affected by an increase in business taxes as long as the government is taking the money they get from the business taxes and spending it on goods and services within…

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**THE CANTERBURY TALES**

**What are some comical satirical points made in “The Nun’s Priest’s Tale”?**

The main point, or moral, of this beast fable is to beware of empty flattery. Chanticleer, to please his wife, goes into the barnyard and listens to the fox’s flattering words. The fox grabs…

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**REFERENCE**

**Does the quality of Wine completely depend on the quality of Grapes?**

The quality of a certain wine can depend on all sorts of factors, in some ways many of them can be more important than the grapes. The kinds of grapes that are used often determine what kind of…

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**HISTORY**

**What could be an appropriate, yet funny, slogan pertaining to the Great Depression.What could be…**

I am not sure this can be done without devaluing the experience of it. I mean, in all honesty, when one reads the stories of how people endured true destitution and poverty in the Great…

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**ARTS**

**How would I start a 60 minute discussion on the usefulness of “Photographs as a visual text”?What…**

I just responded to your other question with some general ideas for how to start and generate discussions. The same principles apply here, especially with your idea of how long the discussion can…

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**REFERENCE**

**How would I begin to discuss the following scenario where I must explain the principles of…**

As a teacher who uses discussions in his teaching a lot, I feel I can respond generally on how to start a discussion and then to manage it. My first comment would be that 90 minutes is way too long…

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**TEACHERS**

**What kind of book are you going to select? Summer time. Schools are closed. You are a 5th…**

I think that my decision on what books to put on the shelf might be based on several conditions. One of these would be what the district requires of my students for next year. I would put books…

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