# How many themes does The Great Gasby novel have?

**THE GREAT GATSBY**

**In The Great Gatsby, how do Jordan and Catherine compare and contrast as they are presented in…**

Jordan and Catherine share some similarities. Both are unmarried women, young and slender. Catherine is about thirty years old, Jordan a bit younger. Catherine and Jordan live independent lives….

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**THE GREAT GATSBY**

**How many themes does The Great Gasby novel have?**

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**OLIVER TWIST**

**What are some comparisons between Oliver Twist and Macbeth?**

What a fascinating question! These are two very interesting texts to compare and contrast. If I were you and I had to compare them, I would try to approach it from the vantage point of looking at…

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**MACBETH**

**What are some comparisons between Macbeth and Brave New World?**

Macbeth and Brave New World have the following in common: A tragic hero: Macbeth is ruled too much by ambition and the occult; John is ruled by his inability to reconcile the past and present…

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**THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL**

**What happens in a Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl in Thursday, 19 November, 1942 to…**

The section you have identified runs from Thursday, 19 November, 1942 to Saturday, 27 February, 1943. This section begins with the arrival of Dussel, who has joined the Frank family in their hiding…

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**THE KITE RUNNER**

**What are the similarities between the novel, The Kite Runner and The Great Gatsby?**

Both novels are coming of age stories that involve the maturation of the major characters – Jem and Scout and Amir. Both novels are narrated in the first person by the main character of the story….

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**AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE**

**What similarities are there between Paul Laurence Dunbar and Langston Hughes views on America?**

Both poets are speaking of an America that should be vastly different than it is. I think that Dunbar and Hughes were radical for their time in that they demanded that the marginalized voices of…

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**TRIGONOMETRY MATH**

**Prove the following identity: (csc^2) x = (2 sec 2x) / (sec 2x – 1)**

We have to prove that (csc x)^2 = (2 sec 2x) / (sec 2x – 1) (2 sec 2x) / (sec 2x – 1) => [2*(1/ cos 2x)] / [((1/ cos 2x) – 1)] => [2*(1/ cos 2x)] / [((1 – cos 2x)/ cos 2x)] => 2/ (1 – cos…

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**TRIGONOMETRY MATH**

**Prove the following identity: (tan^4) t + (tan^2) t + 1 = (1 – (sin^2) t * (cos^2) t) / (cos^4) t**

We have to prove that (tan t)^4 + (tan t)^2 + 1 = (1 – (sin t)^2* (cos t)^2) / (cos t)^4 The left hand side: (tan t)^4 + (tan t)^2 + 1 => (sin t)^4 / (cos t)^4 + (sin t)^2 / (cos t)^2 + 1 =>…

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**KAHLIL GIBRAN**

**Can someone provide an interpretation or paraphrase of the poem “Song of the Rain” by Kahlil Gibran?**

This poem is an extended metaphor and rain is personified. It is much easier to understand if you catch from the very beginning that the speaker (the voice of the poem) is the rain itself. I urge…

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**TRIGONOMETRY MATH**

**Prove the following identity: (sqrt (1 – (cos^2 ) t ) * sqrt ((sec^2) t – 1)) / cos t = (tan^2) t**

We have to prove: (sqrt (1 – (cos t)^2) * sqrt ((sec t )^2) – 1)) / cos t = (tan t)^2 (sqrt (1 – (cos t)^2) * sqrt ((sec t )^2) – 1)) / cos t => (sqrt (sin t)^2 * sqrt ( 1/ (cos t)^2) – 1) / cos…

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**ARABY**

**What does Mangan’s sister represent to the narrator?”Araby” by James Joyce**

As a Modernist, James Joyce has written stories in which the characters are spiritually and psychologically floundering; “Araby” is such a story. Its narrative relates the adolescent infatuation…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Could you give me three reasons why we should travel abroad?Could you give me three reasons why…**

I would think that the most overwhelming reason why travel abroad is important is to broaden the awareness of other cultures. With an increasing globalized setting, the need to understand other…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**In a 7 minute speech, I would like to talk about the state of Indian literacy.In a 7 minute…**

I think that you have some decisions to make. The link below features highly relevant statistics about literacy in India. I think that being able to discuss how states like Kerala have emphasized…

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**CHEMISTRY**

**Explain why chemical substances with different bonds have different properties.Please include…**

Three different types of bonds in chemistry exist: covalent, ionic, and polar. All matter, in whatever state it exists, is held together by the interaction of that substance’s molecules or atoms….

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**BIOLOGY**

**What causes skin to darken in the sun?**

The increase in pigmentation or coloring in the skin is a combination of the Ultra Violet (UV) rays that come from the sunlight and the amount of melanin within our skin. The sunlight will hit the…

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**SCIENCE**

**Vandermondegive an example of determinant Vandermonde**

We’ll write the form of a Vandermonde determinant: |1 1 1| det A = |a b c| |a^2 b^2 c^2| We notice that the terms of each column are the terms…

**STUDENT STUDY TIPS**

**Does loud music affect the way students are able to learn their lessons?**

There is a general consensus in the scientific community that “loud volume slows down our ability to memorize and do other brain functions by constricting the flow of blood to the brain” (see…

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**EARTH SCIENCE**

**In what type of rock are fossils most likely to be found : Igneous, Metamorphic or Sedimentary ?**

Fossils are formed when the body of a living organism that has died is covered and protected from decay by microorganisms and attacks by predators. Usually fossils are formed when a layer of…

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**JOHNNY TREMAIN**

**What are 3 facts about Josiah Quincy in Johnny Tremaine?**

Within the context of the story alone, Josiah Quincy is first mentioned in chapter 4, when Johnny is in jail. He is a “famous Whig” attorney who agrees to defend Johnny free of charge. Other than…

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**CALCULUS**

**Given f(x)=12x^4+24x^2+56, what is x if f'(x)=0?**

We have the function: f(x)=12x^4+24x^2+56 f(x) = 12x^4 + 24x^2 + 56 f'(x) = 48x^3 + 48x If f'(x) = 0 => 48x^3 + 48x = 0 => x^3 + 3 = 0 => x( x^2 + 1) = 0 x1 = 0 x2 = -sqrt (-1) => x2 =…

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**MATH**

**Forces P, Q, R act along the line x=0, y=0 and x.cos A +y.sin A = p. Find the magnitude of the…**

Notice that the force P acts along x axis, the force Q acts along y axis and the force R acts on a support that expresses the hypotenuse of right triangle that has as legs the supports of P and Q…

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**GRAMMAR**

**What is a compound sentence, and would this sentence be compound?SAMPLE: We recently moved to the…**

Some sources define a compound sentence as one in which there are two independent clauses and a coordinating conjunction. The coordinating conjunctions are often referred to as the FANBOYS…

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**MARK TWAIN**

**Why did Mark Twain hate the concept of Imperialism?**

Mark Twain believed strongly in the idea of democracy and in the idea that people should be free. You can see this sort of attitude revealed in many of his books. For example, in both A…

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**GEOMETRY2**

**How to construct aTriangleABC , BC=7cm,AngleABC=45,AB-AC=1cm?**

We’ll apply cosine theorem in thriangle ABC: AC^2 = AB^2 + BC^2 – 2AB*BC*cos(B) We know from enunciation that AC = AB – 1 and BC = 7cm. We’ll substitute these data into the relation above: (AB -…

**ALGEBRA1**

**I don’t know to find parabola mx^2+2mx+x+m-1. all i know is the extreme of parabola is on the…**

The extreme of the parabola is determined by finding the first derivative and equating it to 0. We then solve for x. y = mx^2+2mx+x+m-1 y’ = 2mx + 2m + 1 = 0 => 2mx = -2m – 1 => x = (-2m – 1)…

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**REFERENCE**

**Sargent ShriverSargent Shriver was buried today. Reviewing his many accomplishments (the Peace…**

During high school, I as a chaperon for a group of kids who went to our state’s Special Olympics competition. One day the chaperons were going through the lunch line with the athletes and somewhere…

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**ALGEBRA1**

**What are the values of t if v(t)<u(t) v(t)=12t^2/t -1 u(t)=t+9**

We have the functions: v(t)=12t^2/t -1 and u(t)=t+9 If v(t) < u(t) => 12t^2/t -1 < t+9 => 12t – 1< t + 9 => 12t – t < 9 + 1 => 11t < 10 => t < 10/11 Therefore t…

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**THE VIEW FROM SATURDAY**

**why did the author repeat the incident at the blackboard in chapter 3 and 4**

It’s the point of view from two distinct characters.

**GEOMETRY2**

**What is x if ABCD is rectangle. AB=5x-7. CD=3x+3 .**

According to the rule that a rectangle has the opposite sides that are parallel and they have equal lengths, we’ll get: AB = CD We’ll substitute the sides by their expressions: 5x-7 = 3x+3 We’ll…

**ALGEBRA1**

**Verify if 1/23 is the solution of the equation logx+log23=0 .**

We’ll have to solve the equation to check if the given value of x represents the solution of the equation. We also could substitute x by 1/23 and to see if the expression is cancelling. But, for…

**ROMEO AND JULIET**

**ROMEO AND JULIET ACT 2 Sc.1 explain Dramatic Irony in this scene (provide a thesis statement…**

This question has already been answered. Here is a link for you: http://www.enotes.com/romeo-and-juliet/q-and-a/what-moments-dramatic-orony-occur-act-2-76689

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**ALGEBRA1**

**solve square root equation x=6[squareroot(x-2)-1]?**

We’ll impose the constraint of existence of the square root: x-2>=0 We’ll add 2 both sides: x>=2 The interval of admissible values is [2 ; +infinite). We’ll re-write the given equation. We’ll…

**ROBERT FROST**

**Please discuss Robert Frost’s theme of loneliness throughout his poetry.Please discuss Robert…**

Loneliness is one of Frost’s most profound themes throughout his poetry. I think the best place to begin discussing this theme is with one of his most famous poems called “Stopping by Woods on a…

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**ALGEBRA1**

**Given that a-a^-1=10, determine a^2+a^-2.**

First, we’ll apply the rule of negative power for the terms a^-1 and a^-2: a^-1 – 1/a and a^-2 = 1/a^2 To get the squares a^2 and (1/a^2), we’ll raise to square the expression a – 1/a. If we want…

**ALGEBRA1**

**Verify if the expressions x^2+6x-2 and (x+3)^2-11 are identical.**

We can solve the problem in 2 ways: either we can expand the square (x+3)^2, or we can complete the square x^2 + 6x + …. We’ll verify using both methods: We’ll expand the square (x+3)^2. For…

**OF MICE AND MEN**

**What themes are common to Of Mice and Men, The Great Gatsby and Their Eyes were Watching God?The…**

The three books were written by authors with different ideological stances: a white leftist (Steinbeck), a conservative African American woman (Hurston) and a wealthy and ostentatious man of…

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**CALCULUS**

**What is the integral of y=sin2x*cos6x ?**

To evaluate the indefinite integral of f(x)=sin2x*cos6x, we’ll apply the formula to transform the product of trigonometric functions into a sum. We’ll use the formula: sin a * cos b =…

**SCIENCE**

**in the ANP method(Saaty), why we use 10% for Consistency Ratio?why not 15% 0r elseplease answer…**

The ANP is a method that determines the weights of the components of a structure and order the alternatives is the process of decision analysis. The number of comparision matrices is equal is…

**ESSAY LAB**

**How do I write a narrative essay about “one remarkable day in my life.”I need help with…**

Keep in mind that a narrative essay is simply one which tells a story. The prompt to write about a remarkable day in your life means this is a personal narrative. My best advice for you on this…

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**PHYSICS**

**Find the magnitude of F, and the tension in the stringA particle of weight 40N is attached to the…**

We have a particle of weight 40N attached to a string 1.2 m from a wall. The string is pivoted on a vertical wall and there is a force of magnitude F acting upwards on the string at a distance of…

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**LITERATURE**

**What’s the relationship between Renaissance and Reformation?**

The Reniasance was a rebirth of the Greeko-Roman ideas from before. In turn, alot of people started thinking differently and built on to the Greco-Roman advancements. Some being art, literature,…

**ALGEBRA1**

**What is the point of intersection of the lines 16x+14y=-8 and 4x+18y+2=0 ?**

We can find the solution to this system of equations by the elimination method. Step 1: Subtract 2 from both sides of 4x + 18y +2 = 0 The equation becomes 4x + 18y = -2 Step 2: Multiply all…

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**THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER**

**The Poem “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” is based on the concept of sin and regeneration?…**

Coleridge’s “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” features a protagonist that loses his former self and his shipmates due to a casually careless and cruel act, and is led to regeneration by his…

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**HISTORY**

**How did the “Final Solution” evolve?How did the “Final Solution” evolve?**

The Holocaust in general evolved from being a sort of informal thing that was not particularly organized to being a well organized killing machine in which the victims were killed efficiently in…

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**CALCULUS**

**Verify if the function has limit if x–>1 f(x)=(x^2-4x+3)/(x-1)**

To verify if the limit exists, for x = 1, we’ll substitute x by 1 in the expression of the function. lim f(x) = lim (x^2-4x+3)/(x-1) lim (x^2-4x+3)/(x-1) = (1-4+3)/(1-1) = 0/0 We notice that we’ve…

**SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS**

**What does this quote from Shakespeare’s Sonnet 12 mean?”And nothing ‘gainst Time’s scythe can…**

All of Shakespeare’s sonnets follow the set “English form.” In each sonnet, there are fourteen lines total, divided into three groups of four lines (each proposing a different topic) and then a…

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**WE ARE SEVEN**

**Look at the year this poem was written, does the time period have any significance on why the…**

The poem “We are Seven” by William Wordworth was published in 1798, which makes it a transitional poem from the late 18th century to the early 19th century. As it is common knowledge, high birth…

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**ALGEBRA1**

**What is the sum of the roots of the polinomial x^4+100 ?**

Since the polynomial is of 4th order, it will have 4 roots. We’ll use Viete relations between the coefficients and roots of a polynomial. For example, if the equation is :the a*x^4 + b*x^3 + c*x^2…

**WE ARE SEVEN**

**In William Wordsworth’s poem “We Are Seven,” how does the author create eeriness at the beginning…**

The poem “We are Seven” is about an eight year old girl who is playing among the tombstones in a graveyard, and the poet observes how happily she plays and with how much energy she is invested in…

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