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**MACBETH**

**how does the motif of blood help to develop themes and characters in Macbeth?i know that it helps…**

Macbeth is a bloody play from beginning to end, so most of the themes and the characters are developed by the “blood” motif, and Shakespeare wastes no time in developing Macbeth’s character with…

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**LORD OF THE FLIES**

**I need help on my Lord of the Flies project. Any ideas that might be appropriate for a…**

Well, I’ve only taught this novel to students in 9th grade, but I have an idea that might work for you. One of the things I always like to ask my students is where they think the boys are five, or…

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**MACBETH**

**Are Macbeth and Lady Macbeth truly in love with each other?Or does one love the other, and the…**

In Shakepeare’s Macbeth, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth appear to be in love and have a genuinely strong relationship–at the beginning of the play, anyway. This doesn’t mean they aren’t corrupt and…

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**LAW AND POLITICS**

No, de novo is not a new trial, it is a hearing or review. It is different from appellate review in the sense that appellate courts only examine the transcript of the trial to see if an error in…

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**LAW AND POLITICS**

**I need information about Judge Corrale Stevens and his family.**

Judge Corrale Stevens earned his B.A. degree from Pennsylvania State University. He then went on to Dickinson School of Law where he graduated. While at Dickinson School of Law he was an associate…

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**ROMEO AND JULIET**

**Abstract idea passages in Romeo and JulietFor english we have to find passage that is abstract or…**

When Romeo cries out, “I defy you stars” he is making reference to his love for Juliet. In his absence from Juliet he has placed his love in the stars that both of them see each night. This…

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**GRAMMAR**

**What are the merits and demerits of the grammar-translation method of language learning?**

The grammar-translation method of learning a foreign language almost exclusively excludes oral production and strictly emphasizes written work in translation based on learned prescriptive grammar…

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**GULLIVER’S TRAVELS**

**What is Swift’s attitude towards Mankind in Gulliver’s Travels?**

Swift is often accused of being a misanthrope, or hater of humanity, because of the viciousness of his satires on human nature and government. However, it is more accurate to say that Swift saw the…

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**HISTORY**

**What does it mean to say that there were two American revolutions and how were they related?What…**

I don’t know exactly, but I think it is possible to categorize the revolution against the British as the first and the Civil War as the second, given that the southern states rebelled against the…

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**LITERATURE**

**Flawed characters in literary textsThe most interesting characters in texts are the flawed ones….**

I think you are right. In my opinion, flawed characters are always more interesting–who wants to read about perfect people? For Gatsby, though, I think another flaw that has to be discussed is his…

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**POETRY**

**Can you compare the style of writing in Victorain age and Romantic age ?u can use references to…**

Romantic poets like Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats and Shelley are more spontaneous and emotive than their Victorian successors like Tennyson, Browning and Arnold. Among the Romantics named above,…

**SCIENCE**

**Are schwann cells also destroyed with the disease Multiple Sclerosis?I know that oligodendrocytes…**

The underlying pathophysiology of MS is a gradual, insidious destruction of two structures in the CNS. Myelin sheaths are destroyed and become sclerosed(hardened). Due to this destruction of the…

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**POETRY**

**Can you explan the poem “Nobody loses all the time” by e. e. cummings?**

“Nobody Loses All the Time,” by e.e. cummings, is–on a superficial level–the tale of the author’s Uncle Sol. Sol is a perennial loser. He starts off as a vegetable farmer, but his chickens ate…

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**IN ANOTHER COUNTRY**

**In what ways are the soliders in “In Another Country” portrayed? Were you one of them, do you…**

The soldiers in Hemingway’s short story include the narrator, the major, three “boys” from Milan, and a fifth young soldier whose face had been severely disfigured in battle. All of them have been…

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**IN ANOTHER COUNTRY**

**In “In Another Country”, symbolic soldiers’ fate: A man must not marry, speak grammatically, the…**

The symbols of fate in In another country include; The medals- Symbols of bravery BUT also symbols of inequality and injustice. The American soldier, as opposed to the Italian soldiers, received…

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**MATH**

**Find the values for a, when the equation (a-2)x^2-x+a-2=0 has 2 different solutions?**

The enunciation says that the 2 roots of the equation have to be real and distinctly. From here appears the constraint that the discriminant of the equation, delta, has to be strictly positive,…

**MATH**

**Find the critical value for f(x)=3x^2+4x+1?**

f(x)= 3x^2+4x+1 f'(x) = 6x +4 the critical value is x values in which f'(x)=0 then 6x+4=0 ==> x=-4/6=-2/3 the the critical vaue for f(x) is x=-2/3 Now f” = 6 which is positive. then x=-2/3 is a…

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**MATH**

**Which is the minimal value for the function f(x)=x^2+2x?**

f(x)=x^2+2x To find the minimum value for the function, first we need to determine the critical or extreme values for the function. f’ = 2x+2 2x+2= 0 ==> x =-1 is an extreme value for f To…

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**SCIENCE**

**Is Parkinson’s disease passed down through genes?**

Yes, it can be genetic but similar to other genetic disorders, it may skip one or more generations. If it runs in your family you may be predisposed to contracting the illness at some point but…

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**MATH**

**Solve the equation sin2x-sin4x=0?**

sin2x-sin4x=0 sinx-siny = 2cos(x+y)/2*sin(x-y)/2 ==> sin2x-sin4x= 2cos(3x)*sin(-x) = 2cos3x*-sinx= -2cos3xsinx=0 ==> -2cos3x*sinx= 0 then cos3x=0 OR sinx=0 cos3x=0 ==> 3x= pi/2 + 2n*pi…

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**MATH**

**Which is the complex number that raised to square, has the result 3i?**

We’ll choose as complex number: z=a+bi. The constraint given by enunciation says that z^2=3i. We’ll substitute z by it’s complex number, written in algebraic form, namely a+bi. So, z^2=(a+bi)^2…

**HAMLET**

**How is revenge portrayed in The Tragedy of Hamlet?which characters are more involved in revenge,…**

In Hamlet, the Ghost demands of Hamlet spiritual revenge so that he can go from Purgatory to Heaven. This is also indirect revenge, or revenge by proxy: using another to obtain revenge. The…

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**MATH**

**Which is the value of the number i/(1-i)? Is the same value of the number i/(1+i)?**

i/1-i = i/1+i cross multiply: i(1+i) = i(1-i) ==> i+i^2 = i-i^2 ==> 2i^2 = = ==> i^2 = 0 ==> i =0 then : i/1+i= 0/1 =0 i/1-i= 0

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**MATH**

**Solve the equation (x-1)=(x-1)^1/3?**

(x-1)=(x-1)^1/3 Assum that x-1= y^3 ==> y^3= (y^3)^1/3 ==> y^3= y ==> y^3-y=0 ==> y(y^2-1)=0 ==> y(y-1)(y+1)=0 ==> y= {0,1,-1} x-1=y^3 ==> x=y^3+1 ==> x={ 1, 2,0}…

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**HISTORY**

**Mysore TigerTipu Sultan – The Tiger of Mysore An article written by one of the…**

That’s an intresting story. It sounds like many examples of multiple stories with multiple religions. Sometimes the religion in power claims the person, sometimes old mythology just gets…

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**MATH**

**Find the values for m if the line y=2x+3 intersects the parabola y=2x^2-2mx+m-1, in 2 different…**

First, we have to impose the following constraint: the equation of parabola has to be equal to the equation of the line and the resulting equation has to have 2 solutions: x^2-2mx+m-1=2x+3…

**WUTHERING HEIGHTS**

**Discuss the most important themes, motifs and symbols of Wuthering Heights.**

The symbols and motifs are mainly Gothic and Freudian (Penistone Crag): haunted houses ruined buildings shadows, a beam of moonlight in the blackness, a flickering candle, or the only…

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**THE KUGELMASS EPISODE**

**What is the moral lesson in the story “The Kugelmass Episode”?**

In Woody Allen’s humorous, schlemiel-like way, he points out the complex moral lesson that seeking to end disquietude with the vagaries and unpleasant disappointments of life in a wrong-headed…

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**MATH**

**The numbers x+2,2-x and 5 are consecutive terms of the arithmetical progression. Find the values…**

x+2, 2-x, 5 are 3 consecutive terms. That means: the difference between the first two terms= the difference between the second 2 terms. ==> (2-x)-(x+2) = 5-(2-x) ==> 2-x-x-2 = 5-2+x ==>…

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**MATH**

**Prove that the equation of the tangent line to the graph of function f=e^(x^2)/x, in the point…**

f= e^(x^2)/x ==> f(1)= e We ned to prove that the tangent line is y=x*r at x=1 The tangent line for f is f’ at x=1 f = u/v ==> f’ = [u’v-uv’]/v^2 u = e^(x^2) ==> u’= 2x*e^(x^2) v= x…

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**OTHELLO**

**What are some oxymorons in each act of Othello?**

Shakespeare uses oxymorons to reconcile or synthesise opposites. This is especially noticeable in the speech of Iago. It is in this spirit of contradiction that Iago infects Othello and turns the…

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**MATH**

**Calculate the expression: E=sin90*cos60-sin30+tg45*ctg135**

E = sin90*cos60 – sin30 + tg45*ctg135 = 1 (1/2) – (1/2) + tg45 * ctg135 = 1/2 -1/2 + 1* ctg135 = ctg135 = ctg(135) = tg(90-135) = tg(-45) = -tg45= -1 ==> E = -1

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**MATH**

**Solve the logarithmic equation lnx – ln(x+1) = 2?**

ln x -ln (x+1) = 2 since ln x-ln y = ln x/y then ln(x/(x+1)= 2 ==> e^2 = x/(x+1) ==> (x+1)e^2 = X ==> xe^2 + e^2 = x ==> xe^2 -x= -e^2 ==> x(e^2-1) = – e^2 ==> x = -e^2/(e^2 -1)

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**MATH**

**Solve the logarithmic equation explaining the properties used log 6 (3x+14)-log 6 (5) = log 6 (2x)**

log 6(3x+14)-log 6(5) = log 6(2x) ==> log 6[(3x+14)/5] = log 6(2x) Now since log x = log y ==> x=y ==> 6(3x+14)/5 = 6(2x) ==> 3x + 14= (5)(2) x ==> 3x +14 = 10 x ==> x = 14/7= 2

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**DÉSIRÉE’S BABY**

**Why did Madame Valmondé shudder at the sight of LÁbri when she got there to see Desireé and…**

Madame Valmonde had not seen Desiree and the baby for four weeks. When she reached L’Abri she shuddered at the first sight of it, as she always did. Here are the reasons why: Personification: “It…

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**MACBETH**

**What literary devices are used in the following speech in Macbeth? Please give more than three…**

Animal Imagery: “The raven himself is hoarse” Sound Imagery: “That croaks” Death Imagery: “the fatal entrance of Duncan” Foreshadowing: “the fatal entrance of Duncan Under my battlements.”…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**Why are the children fascinated with the Radley house?**

To me, the kids (Jem, Scout, and Dill) are fascinated with the house because kids are, by nature, fascinated with the unknown and potentially dangerous. Boo Radley is this thing that is just a…

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**MATH**

**find the f ‘ (x) , f(x)=(x+3)*sqrt(x)**

f(x)=(x+3)*sqrt(x) Method 1: using the product rule. Since f is a product of two functions So, let us assume that: u=x+3 ==> u’=1 v= sqrt(x) ==> v’= 1/2sqrt(x) Then f(x) = u*v But,f’ = u’v +…

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**EVELINE**

**In “Eveline,” what are the reasons for Eveline’s wish to leave her hometown and go with Frank?**

In “Eveline” by James Joyce, Eveline had many reasons for wanting to leave home and go with Frank to Buenos Ayres. One reason was that she liked him. He was kind and gentle, yet a manly sailor. At…

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**KING LEAR**

**in King Lear, isolate essential incidents in which Edmund focuses.be generous in this area**

Edmund summons the goddess Nature as law to show that, as a bastard, he is not so much villainous as victimized. He leads Gloucester to believe that Edgar, the earl’s legitimate son, is…

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**KING LEAR**

**What are the main characteristics of Edmund?**

In King Lear, Edmund says he is a victim of culture, not nature: he is not born evil, but made evil by society shunning him and all bastards. He is the foil for Edgar. Edmund is a Bastard, an…

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**LORD OF THE FLIES**

**What is the trigger incident in the novel, Lord of the Flies?**

I am sure it will depend on who is answering the question. In my opinion there are two places that you can really point to as trigger points. One is when Simon rushes out of the woods after having…

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**OTHELLO**

**Why should or should not Iago be admired for his skill?**

In Othello, Iago should be admired as an archetype (a type of character), but not as a type of person. Iago is Shakespeare’s greatest villain, and he has more lines than any other character in the…

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**MACBETH**

**What literary devices are used in this following speech in Macbeth? Please give more than three…**

Animal Imagery: “The raven himself is hoarse” Sound Imagery: “That croaks” Death Imagery: “the fatal entrance of Duncan” Foreshadowing: “the fatal entrance of Duncan Under my battlements.”…

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**DÉSIRÉE’S BABY**

**Why doesn’t Desiree realize her baby’s skin colour as soon as he is born?”Desiree’s Baby” by Kate…**

In Kate Chopin’s classic short story “Desiree’s Baby,” Desiree refuses to see skin color because she takes it for granted. She has prided herself as white and privileged her whole life. Her…

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**MANIAC MAGEE**

**Why does Maniac stay at the McNabbs if it is so filthy and disgusting?**

Maniac wants an address, a home. He also wants to keep the younger boys from skipping school. Maniac seems to believe that there is good in everyone. In his innocence, he does things that bring out…

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**ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE**

**How does Sherlock Holmes treat other people, solve cases and speak about logic and facts?Give…**

Sherlock Holmes was an early version of a super CSI! He solved cases by his keen powers of observation AND by science. He used logic and facts to formulate his hypothesis and then proceeded to…

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**LITERATURE**

**What are the major authors and works during the period of 1865-1912?**

This crosses into the Realism and Modernism movements, and is also part of what Harold Bloom calls the Democratic Age. This time period is bookended by two heavyweights: the end of Dickens (Great…

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**THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME**

**What is the setting of “The Most Dangerous Game”?**

The short story, “The Most Dangerous Game” is said to take place in the early 1920’s on a small island somewhere in the Caribbean Sea. The story begins while two hunters – Rainsford and…

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**SCIENCE**

**What is the name of the bone in the back of the tongue?**

The hyoid bone anchors the tongue, it is located in the posterior pharynx. You have a axial skeletal system and a appendicular skeletal system. The hyoid bone is a part of the axial skeletal…

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