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How does a government’s technology policy impact businesses?How does a government’s technology…

For many businesses, technology is the key to success. This may be because the businesses need technology to help them function as efficiently as possible. It may also be because they create…

• MATH

Prove: sinx – tanycosx = sin(x-y)/cosy

sinx – tany cosx = sin(x-y) / cosy We will start from the right side and prove the left side. We will use trigonometric identities to solve. We know that: sin(x-y) = sinx*cosy – cosx*siny ==>…

• MATH

Prove: cos(x+y)cosy + sin(x + y)siny = cosx

cos(x+y)*cosy + sin(x+y)*siny = cosx First we will use trigonometric identities. We know that: cos(x+y) = cosx*cosy – sinx*siny sin(x+y) = sinx*cosy + sinx*cosy Now we will susbtitute into the…

• INTO THE WILD

I recieved questions that say in chapter 1 and 2 there are epigraphs from a friend and the other…

An epigraph is a quotation used at the opening of a text or, in this case, a chapter. Chapter 1 opens with McCandless’ own writing on a postcard he sent in April 1992. It is a very fatalistic…

• LITERATURE

Children’s literatureWhat would go into a good classic collection of children’s books for say, 9…

Depends on what you call a classic… How about the Marguerite Henry books about Misty of Chincoteague as well as her others — Justin Morgan Had a Horse, etc? Or perhaps the Walter Farley horse…

• THE GREAT GATSBY

I have to write an essay about when a character experiences a moment of revelation in The Great…

Hi, rose. The Great Gatsby is a great novel, and this is a good topic. You’ve put much reflection into it. My advice is to write for an audience who has read the book; therefore, I would focus…

• MATH

tanx + tany/ cotx + coty = (tanx)(tany)

(tanx + tany)/(cotx + coty) = (tanx)(tany) We will start from the left side. We know that: tanx = sinx/cosx cot(x) = cosx/sin(x) ==> (tanx+tany)/(cot(x)+cot(y)) = (sin(x)/cosx +…

• MATH

sec^2 x – sec^2 y = tan^2 x – tan^2 y

We have to prove that (sec x)^2 – (sec y )^2 = (tan x)^2 – (tan y)^2. (sec x)^2 – (sec y )^2 = (tan x)^2 – (tan y)^2 => (sec x)^2 – (sec y )^2 = (sin x/cos x)^2 – (sin y/cos y)^2 => (sec x)^2…

• MATH

Prove: cos^2 x cos^2 y + sin^2 x sin^2 y + sin^2 x cos^2 y + sin^2 y cos^2 x = 1

We have to prove that (cos x)^2 * (cos y)^2 + (sin x)^2 * (sin y) ^2 + (sin x)^2 * (cos y)^2 + (sin y)^2 * (cos x)^2 = 1 Now sin (x+y) = (sin x)*(cos y) + (cos x)*(sin y) and cos (x+ y) = (cos…

• MATH

Prove csc^2 x + sec^2 x = csc^2 x sec^2 xRS shows the 2 sets being multiplied.

csc^2 x + sec^2 x = csc^2 x * sec^2 x We will start from the left side and prove the right side. We know that: csc(x) = 1/sin(x) ==> csc^2 x = 1/sin^2 x sec(x) = 1/cos(x) ==> sec^2 x =…

• MATH

Prove sin x tan x = sec x – cos x

sin(x)*tan(x) = sec(x) – cos(x) We will start from the left side. ==> We know that tan(x) = sin(x)/cos(x) ==> sin(x)*tan(x) = sin(x)*sin(x)/ cos(x) = sin^2 x/…

• HISTORY

What were some of the things Jackson did that made him a bad president?For example, he opposed…

The things that you have already mentioned are two of the things that are most often cited as bad things that Jackson did while president (though it is not clear that opposing the Bank necessarily…

• THE GREAT GATSBY

In The Great Gatsby, why does Fitzgerald describe the party in the present tense? (The party…

There are two reasons to use present tense verbs. The first is to express things that are happening right now in the present, and the second reason is express habitual actions or statements of…

• MATH

How is the center of a sphere and the point of intersection calculated?How is the point of…

Here the equation of the sphere is (x – 1)^2 + y^2 + (z – 3)^2 <= 9. So a solid sphere has been considered here with the outer surface given by (x – 1)^2 + y^2 + (z – 3)^2=9. Now a plane y=3…

• YOUNG GOODMAN BROWN

What are some quotes in “Young Goodman Brown” that shows how Hawthorne leaves interpretations of…

This is a great topic to explore in this story and to understand the answer to the question directly leads to understanding of the story as a whole. In several places in the story the narrator…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What are some things that other characters say that are really opinions of Atticus in chapters…

One of the first opinions that originally came from Atticus was what Scout says in chapter 2 about the Cunningham family. She says that they don’t take anything from anyone unless they know they…

• THE KITE RUNNER

What was Khaled Hosseini’s purpose in writing The Kite Runner?

Hosseni wrote The Kite Runner to show the world the way that common issues of identity, assimilation and power are carried out in his culture in Afghanistan. He spends a great deal of time…

• THE RAVEN

I have to write a plot diagram for this poem. What is the introduction, rising action, a climax,…

Hello Moostoos! In Poetry, or any other type of writing there is a: an Introduction section that briefly lets us readers know what the poem might be about. A rising action section is used to…

• MATH

A sphere with 10 cm of radius was intersected with a plan where A belongs. Distance “A” and the…

The shape of the cut off section is circle since it is a cross-section of a sphere. Therefore, the ? is the radius of the cut off section. Now let’s figure out “?”. If we use Pythagorean theorem,…

• HISTORY

Why did the Russian invasion of Afghanistan fail?

The Russian invasion of Afghanistan failed for many of the same reasons that the US war in Vietnam failed. In both cases, the superpower underestimated the difficulty of fighting against a…

• WAITING FOR GODOT

How could you compare Waiting for Godot with Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?I need to write a…

Both Waiting for Godot and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? are examples of the “Theater of the Absurd,” which affirms: Humanity’s sense of alienation and existential angst: its loss of bearings…

• HISTORY

Discuss the ways in which America was both conservative and liberal during the 1920s.

In some ways, the 1920s was a time much like today, one in which there were conservative and liberal sectors of the United States and something of a culture war going on between the two. The cities…

• HAMLET

I need help finding 4 quotes that on Hamlet showing that he is self-driven. Help please?

If you mean by “self-driven” that Hamlet is independent in his thoughts and actions, many quotes are applicable. First of all, Hamlet is not easily persuaded. He does not heed his mother’s advice…

• THE GREAT GATSBY

In The Great Gatsby, what are some good quotations showing that Gatsby is under the illusion that…

I had to edit your question because you had several questions that need to be addressed individually. Enotes editors are only allowed to answer one. One relevant quote that shows Gatsby’s belief…

• HISTORY

Most members of the black middle class that developed in the South in the late 1800s worked as…

In general, the black middle class that arose in the South after Reconstruction came from a small class of entrepreneurs who provided services (and some goods) to fellow African Americans. African…

• MATH

If f(x) = (3/2) x – 9/2, find f-1(x)

We have the function f(x) = (3/2) x – 9/2 and we have to find the inverse function. Let y = f(x) = (3/2) x – 9/2 => y = (3/2) x – 9/2 => 2y = 3x – 9 => 2y + 9 = 3x => x = 2y/3 +…

• MATH

Let f(x) = x+1/2x-3 and let g(x) = x-3/2x+5. Find (f o g) (x)

f(x) = (x+1)/(2x-3) and g(x) = (x-3)/(2x+5) We put g(x) in place of x in (x+1)/(2x-3). fog(x) = (g(x)+1)/(2g(x)-3) fog(x) = {(x-3)/(2x+5) +1}/{{2(x-3)/(2x+5) – 3}. We multiply both numerator and…

• ESSAY LAB

I need assistance with correcting and revising my essay, the first paragraph of which is…

I wish to comment on two points. I hope that these comments are helpful to you. 1. Focusing your argument Avoid cramming too much information into the opening paragraph. Perhaps save the discussion…

Marketing Strategy and Action Programs 1. Product or Service This includes a description of the product and may include more than the physical characteristics. It involves packaging, brand…

• ARTS

Personnel and places associated with coal miningvocabulary development, register of coal mining

Émile Zola’s Germinal

• OF MICE AND MEN

In Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, how does George react to others?

Alienated from others as itinerant workers George Milton and Lennie Small of Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men are vulnerable to the predatory human tendencies around them. Aware of man’s propensity for…

• THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER

In “The Fall of the House of Usher,” what were some of the themes that were explored in the…

It is important to note that during the middle section of this excellent short story, the activities that Roderick Usher engages in all reflect his disturbed inner-nature and his troubled psyche….

• HAMLET

What characteristics do Guildenstern & Rosencrantz display in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Act IV,…

In scene 2, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern try desparately to do as they are instructed by the king, while also trying to be friends to Hamlet. Unfortunately, their ultimate loyalty is to the King…

• MATH

What is x if 2*sin x + 1 = tan x + 2*sin x * tan x, if x lies in [0; 2*pi] ?

We have to find x so that 2*sin x + 1 = tan x + 2*sin x * tan x, where x is in the interval [ 0 ; 2pi] 2*sin x + 1 = tan x + 2*sin x * tan x => 2*sin x – 2*sin x * tan x = tan x – 1 => 2*sin…

• MATH

Complete the string with the missing number 2,8,14,20,x,32.

We have the series 2, 8, 14, 20, x, 32. If we have a look at the terms we see that 8 – 2 = 14 – 8 = 20 – 14 = 6. Therefore the series is an arithmetic progression with the common difference 6. So x…

• MATH

What is the first derivative of the function x*sinx+cosx ?

We have to find the first derivative of f(x) = x*sin x + cos x f'(x) = x*(sin x )’ + x’* sin x + (cos x)’ => f'(x) = x cos x + sin x – sin x => f'(x) = x cos x Therefore the first derivative…

• MATH

Use bisection method to find the root for: y = 1.5x/(1+x2)2 – 0.65*atan(1/x) + 0.65*x/(1+x2) Use…

To find the root of y(x) = 1.5x/(1+x^2)^2 – 0.65*atan(1/x) + 0.65*x/(1+x^2) using xL =0.1 and xu = 2 by iteration method . We substitute xL = 0.1 in y = 1.5x/(1+x^2)^2 – 0.65*atan(1/x) +…

• THE ZOO STORY

Discuss the theme of “The Zoo Story” by Edward Albee?

The main theme of The Zoo Story is isolation. It comes in many forms: It comes as division of class and status, it also comes as loneliness on the part of Jerry and his inability to communicate, or…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

Characterize the two boys in Lord of the Flies who want to be chief by defining/explaining which…

In a discussion of William Golding’s Lord of the Flies as an allegory, the reader recognizes the major characters as archetypes, or embodiments of a generic personality type which has recognizable…

• IN ANOTHER COUNTRY

In Hemingway’s short story, “In Another Country,” do the dead animals hanging outside the shops…

The story begins with a description of the setting, from the first-person narrator’s point of view. It is autumn in Milan; the weather is cold and “the wind came down from the mountains.” He…

• THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

What are three ways Holden changes as a character in The Catcher in the Rye?

Hi, stb: This is a tough question, because in The Catcher in the Rye you could make the case that Holden doesn’t change much at all. Really, he’s a critic of society (but not of himself)…

• SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS

Explain why the comparison of the poet’s love to a summer’s day is not appropriate in…

I am not sure what you mean by “not appropriate,” but I can explain how the poem establishes the comparison and what the intent of the speaker is. The poem opens with the question, “shall I compare…

• ETHAN FROME

Explain the irony found in the Ethan Frome.at least three examples, situations and/or details to…

This novel is filled with different types and examples of irony. The most obvious examples are found within the ending of the novel. It is great situational irony that Ethan intends to commit…

• ROMANTIC POETS

Discuss the impact of French Revolution on Romantics.Only the impacts.

Although the Romantics, in particular – the British poets (Keats, Byron, Wordsworth, Blake, Shelley) did not believe themselves to be a ‘Romantic movement,’ they were united in support for the…

• EVERYDAY USE

Explain the inner and outer conflicts in “Everyday Use.”

In “Everyday Use” the inner and outer conflicts are interrelated. They both involve the female culture of the Johnson family, as symbolized by the heirlooms of the quilts and the butter churn. The…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord of the Flies, why do the boys on the expedition in Chapter 1 tip the rock off the pile…

In Chapter 1, everything is still a game to the boys. They have just found out that they are on the island alone, with no adults. They are realizing that they can pretty much just do what they…

• MATH

If (x+1),3x,(4x+2) are consecutive terms of an A.P, then what is the value of x?

We are given that (x+1), 3x, (4x+2) are in A.P. As they are A.P., consecutive terms have a common difference. So 4x + 2 – 3x = 3x – x – 1 => 4x – 3x + 2 = 2x – 1 => x + 2 = 2x – 1 => 2x -…

• HISTORY

Review the political developments in Russia from 1905 to 1924.

There were many very important political developments in Russia (and then the USSR) during this time. Some examples include: “Bloody Sunday,” which happened in January of 1905. This was an…

• THE FAERIE QUEENE

What evidence is there from the text that marks Spenser’s The Faerie Queene as political allegory?

George Armstrong Wauchope, Ph.D. of South Carolina College explains in his introductory remarks to Book I of Spenser’s text in Gutenberg Project that Book II is an allegory about “man’s…