# How does Eliezer etsablish his mood at the beginning of section 2?

**PRIDE AND PREJUDICE**

**How does Austen portray men in Chapter 3 of Pride and Prejudice?**

In chapter three of Pride and Prejudice, Austen introduces the reader to some of the most important male characters in the book, notably Mr Bingley and Mr Darcy. What is most striking about this…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**What events lead to Scout’s coming of age in Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird?**

In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, one major event that leads to Scout’s coming of age is spending more time with Miss Maudie.At the start of the story, Scout is very used to spending all of…

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**A PEOPLE’S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES**

**What are some things I can write about in a one page paper on Chapter 6 of A People’s History Of…**

The first thing to do in answering this is to make sure that your instructor has not given you any instructions about what to write about. Have you been given no other instructions other than to…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**What are three specific behaviors of the Finch family that Aunt Alexandra disapproves of in To…**

As you pointed out, Aunt Alexandra has serious problems with the way that Scout dresses. Scout says that, in fact, “Aunt Alexandra was fanatical on the subject of [her] attire. But she is also very…

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**HISTORY**

**Why did the Mongols want to attack Japan?**

There were two main reasons why the Mongols wanted to invade Japan. First, the Mongols wanted to invade because they thought it might be necessary to do so. The Mongols wanted to defeat the Sung…

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**WONDER**

**In the book Wonder, by R. J. Palacio, where did Jack first see August?**

In R. J. Palacio’s book, Wonder, Jack’s mother tells him that the principal from his school called to ask Jack to help out with a new student named August. Jack does not want to do it because he…

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**HISTORY**

**What were the incentives for founding Plymouth?**

Plymouth colony was founded as a haven for English Puritans who wanted to practice their form of worship without fear of persecution. The Puritans–who were very influenced by the earlier work of…

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**PHILOSOPHY**

**How can philosophy and other related subjects help solve some of the world’s problems? Or can’t…**

What the study of philosophy and other academic subjects does is help people think more clearly and avoid vague generalization or jumping to conclusions based on insufficient data. Before asking…

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**RAYMOND’S RUN**

**In “Raymond’s Run,” how does the author characterize Hazel’s relationship with her brother, Raymond?**

In the beginning of Toni Cade Bambara’s short story “Raymond’s Run” Hazel resents having to take care of her brother, Raymond. In the first paragraph Hazel explains, “All I have to do in…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**How do cultural and political forces help shape a state’s constitution?**

Cultural and political forces help to shape a state’s constitution because the constitution is created by a democratic process and can be amended by a democratic process. Whenever the people get…

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**THE BLUEST EYE**

**In The Bluest Eye, how is Pecola a victim of her own family and society as well as American racism?**

Your question asks why Pecola from The Bluest Eye can be viewed as a victim of her family, society, and American racism. After reading the novel you probably realize that the situations in the…

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**HAMLET**

**In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Gertrude comments (while watching a play), “The lady doth protest too…**

In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, the young prince discovers that his sire, Old Hamlet (the deceased King of Denmark) has been murdered. On the battlements in Act One, the Ghost walks repeatedly, looking…

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**RELIGION**

**Why do so many people disbelieve in ghosts and paranormal activity?**

For many people belief is based on evidence. While some people may claim to have had personal experiences of ghosts and other paranormal phenomena, other people have not had such experiences….

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**THE GREAT GATSBY**

**To what extent is Tom presented as a tragic villain in the first half of The Great Gatsby?**

A tragic villian (“tragic” meaning unfortunate and “villain” meaning antagonist, or bad guy) is a character who knows that he/she is doing wrong but cannot help it. Usually this character feels…

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**REFERENCE**

**How can I write a good reflection essay about teaching methods?**

How you reflect upon teaching methods is going to depend to a large degree upon whether or not you have experience yet as a teacher. If you do, you are able to reflect on your experiences…

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**THE TELL-TALE HEART**

**In Poe’s short story “The Tell-Tale Heart,” is the narrator crazy, and if so, is he guilty of…**

One of Edgar Allan Poe’s most popular short stories is “The Tell-Tale Heart.” The question of the narrator’s sanity is not unusual especially because he begins his tale by insisting that he is not…

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**HISTORY**

**What was the economy for the Babylonian Empire?**

The economy of the Babylonian Empire was based around trade and the barter system. As Babylon benefited greatly from the Tigris and Euphrates River via irrigation, excess food and goods from…

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**HISTORY**

**What was the original purpose of the Grange?**

The Patrons of Husbandry, known as the Grange, was founded in 1867 by Oliver Hudson Kelley. Essentially, its initial purpose was threefold. First, the Grange, composed of a network of chapters…

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**THE METAMORPHOSIS**

**I need to write a thesis statement for my essay on “The Metamorphosis,” and the question I want…**

In answering the prompt you’ve selected you should first consider the connotations surrounding the image of the insect. When we think of insects we often view them as insignificant, meaningless,…

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**THE GREAT GATSBY**

**Write a newspaper article about Gatsby’s death.**

I cannot write an article for you, but I can advise you as to how newspaper articles are written. Good journalistic practices are very different from the way we write essays. First, newspaper…

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**NIGHT**

**How does Eliezer etsablish his mood at the beginning of section 2?**

Part 2 of Night marks the transition from the Hungarian ghetto to the concentration camps. Elie and his family are in a cattle car and people around them (at the end of Part 1) are still in denial…

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**SCIENCE**

Mercury is named after the planet Mercury. The planet is named after the Greek messenger god, representing speed. Mercury, being the only metal that’s liquid at room temperature, has the nickname…

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**MATH**

** Estimate the intervals of concavity to one decimal…**

Graph is attached . Red colour represents function and blue colour represents f”. Intervals of concavity (-1,0),(0,0.7),(0.7,2.5) and (2.5, ) Inflection points at x=0 , x=0.7 and x=2.5

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**MATH**

** Estimate the intervals of concavity to one…**

When using a graph of f”(x), we follow concavity test: A a section of function f(x) is concave up when f”(x) > 0. This means the segment of the graph of f”(x) is above the x-axis. A a…

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**MATH**

** (a) Use a graph of to give a rough estimate of the intervals of…**

Using the graph of f(x), we determine the intervals of concavity based on the slopes of tangent line. A decreasing slopes of tangent as we move to left to right (as x increase) indicates that the…

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**MATH**

** (a) Use a graph of to give a rough…**

See Graph Blue colour represents second derivative and black color represents function. Rough estimates from graph Concave down in the intervals (0,pi/3) , (5pi/6,4pi/3) and (5pi/3,2pi) Concave up…

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**MATH**

** (a) Use a graph of to estimate the maximum and minimum values. Then…**

- a) Graph is attached . Minimum value of function is 0 at x=0 So the critical…

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**MATH**

** (a) Use a graph of to estimate the maximum and minimum…**

Now let us differentiate using quotient rule, …

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**MATH**

** (a) Find the vertical and horizontal asymptotes. (b) Find the…**

(a) f is defined and infinitely differential everywhere, so it hasn’t vertical asymptotes. When and When …

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**MATH**

** (a) Find the vertical and horizontal asymptotes. (b) Find the intervals of…**

The vertical asymptotes of the given function are x = 0 and x = e, such that:

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**MATH**

** (a) Find the vertical and horizontal asymptotes. (b) Find…**

- a) Let us check every undefined point a and check if the following is true: f(x) is not defined at x=0 Check for vertical asymptote at x=0…

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**MATH**

** (a) Find the vertical and horizontal asymptotes. (b) Find the intervals of…**

(a) there is no vertical asymptotes, f is defined and differentiable everywhere. When and so there is one horizontal asymptote y=0. (b)

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**MATH**

** (a) Find the vertical and horizontal asymptotes. (b) Find the…**

(a) vertical asymptotes can be where f tends to infinity at a finite point. Here the only possible point is where or x=0. The numerator not zero at this point so this is really vertical…

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**MATH**

** (a) Find the vertical and horizontal asymptotes. (b) Find the…**

The function is defined everywhere and is infinitely differentiable. (a) so no vertical asymptotes At right asymptote y=0: =…

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**MATH**

** (a) Find the vertical and horizontal asymptotes. (b) Find the…**

You need to evaluate the vertical asymptotes of the given rational function, hence, you need to find out the zeroes of denominator. Putting yields that there are no real values for x…

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**MATH**

** (a) Find the vertical and horizontal asymptotes. (b) Find the…**

- a) For a rational function: , a vertical asymptote (VA) occurs at x=c when D(c)=0. It is the value of x that makes the function undefined. Express …

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**MATH**

** (a) FInd the intervals of increase or decrease. (b)…**

(a) Function is increasing (decreasing) when its derivative is greater (less) than zero. Therefore, we first need to find where the derivative is equal to zero….

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**MATH**

** (a) FInd the intervals of increase…**

You need to determine the monotony of the function, hence, you need to find where the derivative is positive or negative. You need to evaluate the first derivative, using the chain rule:

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**MATH**

** (a) FInd the intervals of increase or decrease. (b) Find the local maximum…**

You need to evaluate the monotony of the function, hence, you need to remember that the function increases if f'(x)>0 and the function decreases if f'(x)<0. You need to evaluate the first…

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**MATH**

** (a) FInd the intervals of increase or decrease. (b) Find the local…**

You need to determine the monotony of the function, hence, you need to find the intervals where f'(x)>0 or f'(x)<0. You need to find the derivative of the function, using the product rule:…

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**MATH**

** (a) FInd the intervals of increase or decrease. (b) Find the…**

- a) To find the intervals of increasing or decreasing f(x), recall: –> f'(x) = positive value implies increasing f(x) of an interval I. –> f'(x) = negative value implies decreasing…

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**MATH**

** (a) FInd the intervals of increase or decrease. (b) Find the local…**

differentiating, …

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**MATH**

** (a) FInd the intervals of increase or decrease. (b) Find the local…**

Given: Find the critical numbers by setting the first derivative equal to zero and solving for the x values. The…

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**MATH**

** (a) FInd the intervals of increase or decrease. (b) Find the…**

differentiating, Now let us find the critical numbers, solving above , x=0 , x=-2 , x=-1+i , x=-1-i ignore the points…

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**MATH**

** (a) FInd the intervals of increase or decrease. (b) Find the local…**

differentiating, Now let us find our critical numbers by setting g'(x)=0 solving above , x=0 and x=-6 Now let us check sign of…

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**MATH**

** (a) FInd the intervals of increase or decrease. (b) Find the local…**

Given: Find the critical values by setting the first derivative equal to zero and solving for the x values. The critical…

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**MATH**

** (a) FInd the intervals of increase or decrease. (b) Find the…**

Given: Find the critical numbers by setting first derivative equal to zero and solving for the x value(s). …

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**MATH**

** (a) FInd the intervals of increase or decrease. (b) Find the local…**

Given f(x)=x^3-12x+2: f'(x)=3x^2-12 and f”(x)=6x (a) The function increases when f'(x)>0 and decreases when f'(x)<0, so 3x^2-12>0 ==> x^2>4 ==> x<-2 or x>2…

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**MATH**

** Find the local maximum and minimum values of using both…**

Using First Derivative Test, we follow: f'(a) >0 and f'(b) <0 in the interval a<c<b implies concave down and local maximum point occurs at x=c. f'(a) <0 and f'(b) >0 in the…

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**MATH**

** Find the local maximum and minimum values of using both the First…**

The First Derivative f'(c) can be interpreted as: – derivative of f(x) when x=c – slope of a tangent line at a point (c, f(c)) – instantaneous rate of change of f(x) at x=c. f The First…

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