How is the author reflected in the text?How is the author reflected in the text?

# How is the author reflected in the text?How is the author reflected in the text?

• HAMLET

What are 3 metaphors in ACT 5 SCENE 2 in “Hamlet”? Please state the lines and who is speaking.

First of all, remember that a metaphor is a figurative comparison of two things that are not alike. Many metaphors used in Shakespeare are almost implied and it is assumed that some were so common…

• WUTHERING HEIGHTS

How is the author reflected in the text?How is the author reflected in the text?

This is always a tricky question. Was Emily Bronte rough, rude, and passionate like Heathcliffe? Or was she kind, helpful, and sensible like Mrs. Dean? Or was she a religious fanatic who spoke…

• SCIENCE

Explain avantages of spectroscopy?mainly related to chemistry

Spectroscopy is the study of materials by doing an analysis of the electromagnetic radiation that they absorb or give off. Every material has particular frequencies of radiation which are absorbed…

• MATH

Prove that the triangle is equilateral if ,2a^2+b^2+c^2=2a(b+c), when a,b,c are the lenghts of…

If a,b,c, are the lengths of the sides of an equilateral triangle, that means that: a = b = c So, one way to solve the problem is to substitute b and c by a, in the given relation: 2a^2 + a^2 + a^2…

• HOLES

Can I have a character analysis of the warden in the novel, Holes?Can you give this answer 1 a4…

The warden is a bitter and resentful woman. She has been searching her property, which has become Camp Green Lake, since childhood,as she is captivated by the greed which drove her ancestor, Trout…

• THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

Why did Rainsford say he was the beast at bay?in a multiple choice question i said because he…

No, I do not think that this answer could be correct. When a beast is “at bay” that does not mean that it has won or that it is in any kind of a good situation. Instead, when a beast is at bay it…

• MATH

Given that right trapezoid ABCD , AB || CD , B = 50 degrees, determine angles A, C, D.

Since ABCD is a right trapezoid and AD||CD, The angle B = 50 degree. Since BCD is internal ange and AB|| CD, angle B+angle BCD = 180 . So Angle BCD = angle C = 130 degree. Further since ABCD is a…

• SCIENCE

How would you describe the pathway of an electrical impulse from the atrium to the ventricle?

Normally, the conduction of electrical impulses begins in the SA node (sinoatrial) in the right atrium. The SA node is called the normal pacemaker of the heart. From here, the impulse travels…

• MATH

Simplify (x^2-121)/(x^3+11x^2-x-11).

To simplify (x^2-121)/(x^3+aax^2-x-11). Solution: Numerator = (x^2-121 = x^2 -11^2 = (x-11)(x+1). Denominator: x^3+11x^2-x-11 = x^2(x+11)-1(x+11) = (x+11)(x^2-1). Therefore the given expression…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Is civil disobedience ever morally acceptable? If so, when? If not, why not?

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was an expert on civil disobedience, and used it regularly in his campaign to overturn segregationist laws in the 1960s South. In 1963, while in a jail cell in…

• RELIGION IN LITERATURE

Comment on Anand Commaraswamy’s The Dance of Shiva .It is from non- fiction story.

Commaraswamy’s article is a powerful one in how it reconfigures the dance of Shiva. It takes the basic Saivite dance beliefs and the plays with how it can be interpreted. Where I find it to be…

• POETRY

Write me a poem about peace to practice it, but don’t bring one written by other author because I…

I am not sure if you will be able to find a poem written for you on this site. I do think that you might be able to compose one yourself with all of the reading of peace poems you have done. This…

• MATH

Given that f(x) = x + 11 verify if the line x + 11 passes through (0,11).

To verify that the line created by f(x) = x+ 11 passes through (0,11) we have to substitute values and see what we get. Now when we substitute x = 11 in the expression x + 11 , we get 0+11 =11 ….

• MATH

Evaluate the indefinite integral of y= 1/(x^2 – 11)

We have to find the integral of y= 1/(x^2 – 11). Now, we know that the integral of 1/x is ln x. Now 1/(x^2 – 11) = 1 / [(x- sqrt 11) ( x+ sqrt 11)] = (1/ 2*sqrt 11)* [{1/ (x- sqrt 11)} – {1/ ( x+…

• MATH

Solve for x (3x)^4 – 81 = 0 .

We have to solve (3x)^4 – 81 = 0 Also we know that x^2 – a^2 = ( x – a) (x + a) Now: (3x)^4 – 81 = 0 => (9x^2)^2 – 81 = 0 => (9x^2)^2 – 9^2 = 0 => ( 9x^2 -9 ) (9x^2 +9) =0 => 9 ( x^2-1…

• MATH

Prove that 7/3=< definite integral of f(x)=<5 when x=0 to x=2. f(x)=(x^4+5)/(x^4+2)

In order to solve the problem, we’ll have to determine the extreme values of f(x), over the interval [0,2]. To calculate the maximum or minimum values of f(x), we’ll have to verify if the function…

• SCIENCE

Stiochiometry problems. (a) When a piece of Mg is burnt in the air the mass increases 67%,…

When magnesium is burnt we get 2Mg + O2 –> 2 MgO . When Mg is burnt the mass increases by 67%. The equivalent mass of Mg and O is 67% more than the equivalent mass of Mg. The equivalent mass of…

• OTHELLO

What makes Othello the protagonist in Act 1, scene 2 ?

I adjusted your question from asking about “a” protagonist to “the” protagonist, since, within one written work or play, there is generally only one protagonist. Just to be sure you understand…

• ESSAY LAB

I need a thesis statement about health care and illegal immigrants.I need a thesis statement…

I think that much of your thesis statement is going to be contingent on what evidence you have and what you have to prove. This would be the first place to start. When you examine what the paper…

• REFERENCE

Best High Schools in New York of Law and GovernmentBest High Schools in New York of Law and…

There are a lot of specialized schools where you can focus on law and government. Some high schools also have schools within a school. Here are some schools I found: Urban Assembly Academy of…

• THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

What use does Wilde make of the contrast between the city and the country life and values in The…

The contrast in a work of literature between the simple, pure innocence of country life versus the sophisticated, worldly excitement of city life, certainly wasn’t a theme invented by Oscar Wilde….

• MACBETH

Please help me word a suitable introduction and conclusion for Macbeth that can be used for most…

Since you have tagged your question with the terms “ambition” and “downfall,” a logical point of attack would be the play as a tragedy, with a tragic hero whose actions lead to his own downfall….

• THE WASTE LAND

What is the significance of the Holy Grail ?Why it is necessary for the modern wasteland?

The Holy Grail is the cup used by Jesus, but it is also the metaphor of the belly. The cup is the female symbol of fertility, while the Holy Lance, or Holy Spear is the male symbol of fertility….

• SCIENCE

whats the function of air sinusse?all function of it

AIR CONDITIONING,PRESSURE DAMPING,REDUCTION OF SKULL WEIGHT,HEAT INSULATION,FLOTATION OF SKULL IN WATER,INCREASING THE OLFACTORY AREA,MECHANICAL RIGIDITY,VOCAL RESONANCE&DIMINUTION OF AUDITORY…

• HISTORY

How would you analyze President Reagan’s First Inaugural Address in 1981?How would you analyze…

Reagan’s First Inaugural Address gave him the platform and opportunity to introduce his smaller vision of government in a clear manner. This is the speech in which he argued that “government is…

• SCIENCE

What causes the bends?

This affects mainly scuba divers, who are swimming at depths where the water pressure is much higher than near the surface, and they require compressed air to breathe. This presents some problems,…

• MATH

Can an equilateral triangle also be isosceles?

In an equilateral triangle all the three sides of the triangle are of the same length. If only two sides are equal in length the triangle is called isosceles and if all the three sides are of…

• SCIENCE

If we rotate the shaft of a motor, can it be used to produce electricity?

Electric motors and electric generators operate on the same principles and use Faraday’s law of induction which states that: The induced electromotive force (EMF) in any closed circuit is equal to…

• MATH

If the probability of two events is ¾ and 8/9, what is the probability of both happening in 300…

Let A and B be the events . There are two different cases: (i) A and B are not independent. (ii) And B are independent. (i) A and N B are not independent: P(A) = 3/4. P(B) = 8/9. Therefore P(AB) =…

• SCIENCE

What is a fuel cell?

A fuel cell is an elctrochemical cell that converts a source fuel into an electric current. It generates electricity inside a cell through reactions between a fuel and an oxidant, triggered in…

• SCIENCE

What is resistivity?

When electricity is passed through materials they tend to oppose the motion of electrons through them. The measure of this opposition is in terms of the resistivity of a material. The resistivity…

• SCIENCE

Which is the most malleable metal?

Malleability is the property by which a substance can be beaten into sheets.Gold is the most malleable metal and can be hammered up to 0.0025 mm in thickness. It is followed by silver, lead,…

• SCIENCE

What is Teflon?

Teflon which is widely used as a nonstick coating in cookware, chemical processing equipment and many other applications is chemically known as polytetrafluoroethylene, or PTFE. This was created by…

• SCIENCE

How can the conditions at which elements like helium become solids be determined?

An element like helium does not freeze unless the temperature is very close to zero and the pressure over 20 times the normal atmospheric pressure. It is not possible to vary the temperature and…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Is civil disobedience ever morally acceptable? If so, when? If not, why not?

Civil disobedience is morally acceptable when the laws of a state (a nation) are immoral or unjust. People, as moral beings, should not have to obey laws that are flagrantly in violation of their…

• SCIENCE

What is the chemistry principle behind the experiment “lemon fizz”?How does lemon fizz work? Why…

I did a little research and experiment for this. Anyway, sodium bicarbonate in baking soda reacts with citric acid in lemon juice to form carbon dioxide gas. The gas bubbles are then trapped by the…

• ESSAY LAB

What is an idea for writing an essay about ”What the world needs now” that reflects ideas in To…

What a great open question for you to write about in your own style. Open questions are a great opportunity but also a little intimidating if you’re not sure where to start. You didn’t really ask…

• REFERENCE

What is “Objective scoring.” Is there any relationship of objective scoring apper in the…

Another way to say “objective” is neutral. When scoring exams, a person must not have any biases or external motivations in order to be objective. It’s virtually impossible, which is why almost…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What does Miss Maudie mean: “But sometimes the Bible in the hand of one man is worse than a…

Miss Maudie’s remark to the children in Chapter 5 of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird refers to the fundamentalists-the “foot-washers,” who drive past her place castigating her for her abundant…

• ROMEO AND JULIET

How is the character Friar Laurence used to heighten the tragedy in the play Romeo and…

Friar Laurence in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is a “scheme-hatcher”; he is also a character who, ironically since he is a priest, acts impetuously himself and shirks responsibility, thereby…

• 1984

If the first stanza of the woman’s song has a significance, what is the significance of the…

Here’s the second stanza of the woman’s song: They sye that time ‘eals all things, They sye you can always forget; But the smiles an’ the tears across the years They twist my ‘eart-strings yet!…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Passages that highlight themes?i need to find the 5-10 most important passages in the novel or…

This is a lot to ask someone else to do for you. Though we’re happy to help, you need to select which passages from To Kill a Mockingbird seem to reflect what you believe to be the key themes and…

• OTHELLO

Why do you think Shakesperare kept the mood of Act 3 so serious ?play is about othello

You may get answers that are completely different and for different reasons if you put this in the discussion section as opposed to the question posts. However, since Iago is busy planting ideas in…

• A ROSE FOR EMILY

Effects of non-sequential events“A Rose for Emily” is kind of like the movie “Pulp…

This looks like a good writing assignment, and I’m sure you’ll be able to write effectively on this topic. I’m wondering what you want from this discussion, though. This is a forum in which ideas…

• MATH

Please let me know formulas of zero and negative exponents.

Exponent of any number, other than 0, raised to the power 0 is equal to 1. That is: X^0 = 1 Where x = any number other than 0. The value of negative exponent of a number is inverse of the number…

• THE SPIRIT OF THE LAWS

Summarize Montesquieu’s view of liberty in The Spirit of the Laws, what does he view as the…

I would say that Montesquieu’s primary fear of the loss of liberty resided in the structure of government. Being true to the Enlightenment, Montesquieu approached the problem of freedom from an…

• SCIENCE

How can the charge in a cell be determined by its resistance?

The internal resistance of a cell depends of the resistance of the terminals, the connecting links, the framework upon which the active materials are pasted, the electrolyte between the plates and…

• SCIENCE

What does the triple point of an element mean?

The triple point of a substance is the set of conditions at which the three states of the substances, which are liquid, solid and gas are at equilibrium. The triple point is one where none of the…

• MATH

If the roots of the quadratic equation ax^2+ bx+2 are complex numbers what can be said about a…

The roots of a quadratic equation are given to be complex numbers. We know that the roots of ax^2+ bx +c =0 are -b + sqrt [ b^2- 4ac] and -b- sqrt[ b^2- 4ac] Now for a complex number we need to…

• SCIENCE

What is the length of a pendulum that has a frequency of 5s?

The period of oscillation of a pendulum is given by the expression: T= 2*pi* sqrt [ L/g] , where L is the length of the pendulum, g is the acceleration due to gravity. The 5s that you have…