# I need a quote on the scar in Lord of the Flies and its symbolism. Anything that has to do with…

**LORD OF THE FLIES**

**I need a quote on the scar in Lord of the Flies and its symbolism. Anything that has to do with…**

You are probably having a difficult time finding a quote because the scar is not related to the boys destroying the island. The scar is the path of burned island made by the plane as it went down…

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**BARN BURNING**

**What are some main points that I need to be sure that I include when writing an essay on inner…**

There’s much to choose from when dealing with points to include concerning inner conflict in Faulkner’s “Barn Burning.” I don’t know if the following are points you “need” to include, but they are…

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**RIP VAN WINKLE**

**What values are uplifted and are rejected in “Rip Van Winkle”?**

Washington Irving’s charming tale,”Rip van Winkle,” evokes a fascination with nature and a nostalgia for the past. Like many Romantic writers, Irving was enthralled by wild, natural landscapes….

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**DANTE’S INFERNO**

**What is the number significance behind “The sixfold company in two divides” in Inferno, Canto 4?**

Six is a multiple of three, which is the perfect number for Dante as it symbolyses the Holy Trinity. This is only an example of the recurrence in the Inferno and the Comedy as a whole of the number…

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**MATH**

**Given the equation mx^2+x-m=0, calculate 1/x1+1/x2**

mx^2+x-m = 0. To find 1/x1+1/x2 Solution: By relation of roots and coefficients< x1+x2 = -1/m and x1x2 = -m/m = -1. Therefore 1/x1+1/x2 = (x2+x1)/x1x2 = (-1/m)/(-1) = 1/m

**A JURY OF HER PEERS**

**Can you give examples of irony throughout “A Jury of Her Peers”?**

The biggest irony is that, all through the story, the two men in the story are making all sorts of assupmtions, inferences, criticism, judging, blaming, and labeling while their wives, whom they…

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**MATH**

**Form the quadratic equation that has the roots x1 = 1, x2 = -3.**

The quadratic equation that has x1 and x2 as roots is given by: (x-x1)(x-x2) = 0 x^2- (x1+x2)x+ x1*x2 = 0. Put x1 = 1 and x2 = -3 in equation above and we get: x^2 – (1-3)x +1*(-3) = 0 x^2 +2x-3 = 0

**SCIENCE**

**Which process is used to test whether a solution containing a salt is saturated? A) add a crystal…**

A saturated solution means that at that specific temperature you cannot dissolve more of the solute into the solvent. In your case, if the solution is saturated then adding a crystal of the same…

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**BRAVE NEW WORLD**

**Why is Lenina’s looking at the moon important?**

In literature, the moon usually symbolizes mystery and imagination. Here’s examples of the moon connected with Lenina: The moon is first mentioned early and connected with how she was sleeptaught…

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**BRAVE NEW WORLD**

**What has Bernard gained as John’s guardian?**

At least for a while (particularly in Chapter 11), Bernard has gained a great deal from being John’s guardian. Basically, Bernard has gone from being an outcast to being something of a celebrity…

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**BRAVE NEW WORLD**

**What effect do the feelies have on John?**

Like most things in the “civilized” world, the feelies pretty much leave John the Savage feeling disgusted. This is especially true of the feelie he watches in Chapter 11 — “Three Weeks in a…

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**MATH**

**Given that f(-1)=3, f(2)=4, f(1)=1 find the quadratic function f(x)**

Let the quadratic function to be found be f(x)= ax^2 + bx + c Now we have: f(-1) = 3 => a(-1)^2 + b(-1) + c = 3 => a -b + c =3 …(1) f(2) = 4 => a(2)^2 + b(2) + c = 4 => 4a + 2b +c = 4…

**SCIENCE**

**Selecting from filter paper, beaker & evaporating dish, how & in what order, could one…**

To efficiently separate salt and sand you would first put the sand and salt in the beaker and add water to dissolve the salt. Once the salt is dissolved you would pour the mixture of sand and salt…

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**MATH**

**Which are the coefficients and discriminant for the function f(x)= 2x^2 + x + 1 f(x)= – x^2 + 3x**

To find the discriminant of f(x) =2x^2+x+1 and f(x) = -x^2+3x. The discriminant of ax^2+bx+c is b^2-4ac. In2x^2+x+1 , a = 1, b =1 abd c = 1′ Therefore discrimnant = 1^2 – 4*2 *1 = 1-8 = 7. In…

**THE THINGS THEY CARRIED**

**What is symbolic about Ted Lavenders name?**

Ted Lavender’s name is very symbolic because lavender is a plant/flower which is often associated with tranquility, peace, and calmness. It is ironic, because we know that he had a tendency to…

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**MATH**

**Establish the position of the pairs of lines . x+y-3=0 and 2x-3y+1=0 Do not use slopes.**

We have to establish the position of the pairs of lines without using slopes. Take the first line x+y-3=0, putting x= 0 we get y=3, so the line passes through (0, 3). Now putting y = 0 , we get x…

**SCIENCE**

**Which method is the most suitable for separating a mixture of sodium chloride and iodine?A)…**

Of the choices listed, the best would be sublimation. Sublimation is a physical process in which a substance changes from a solid directly to a gas without passing through the liquid phase. A…

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**MATH**

**I need help solving -8 – p= -8 I understand that I need to find the value of p, but I dont…**

The answer to this is that p = 0. There are two ways you can go about finding this. First, you can just do this by logic. If -8 minus something still equals -8, what could that something be? If…

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**MATH**

**Determine x? how many values have x? (-2x+1)/5 + (x+1)/3 = (x+2)/4**

We need to find how many values x can have given the equation (-2x+1)/5 + (x+1)/3 = (x+2)/4 Now, (-2x+1)/5 + (x+1)/3 = (x+2)/4 => 3*(-2x+1)/ 15 + 5*(x+1)/ 15 = (x+2)/4 => [ -6x +3 + 5x +5…

**HAMLET**

**What does the gravedigger scene reveal about Hamlet?**

The gravediggers scene in Act V.i of Hamlet reveals the following about the Prince: it foreshadows his death. This final act begins with death and will end with every major character dead by its…

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**MATH**

**Solve the equation. The equation depend on m. (m^2-4)x=m+2**

First, we’ll subtract m+2 both sides: (m^2-4)x – (m+2) = 0 Now, we’ll express the difference of squares as a product, using the formula: a^2 – b^2 = (a-b)(a+b) (m^2-4) = (m-2)(m+2) We’ll substitute…

**LAW AND POLITICS**

**Describe the different methods of becoming a judge and the pros and cons of each method.**

There are basically two ways a person becomes a judge. A person is either appointed to the judgeship or is elected by the people. Arguments are made for both methods. Of course, most people…

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**LAW AND POLITICS**

**What are the two jurisdictions/systems of courts in the United States? What are the roles of each…**

It’s difficult to tell by your question which systems you are referring to, as our court system in the United States is immense and complicated. I am assuming you mean the Juvenile Court System,…

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**GRAMMAR**

**Using the same noun and verb from a simple sentence, go one step further and turn it into a…**

A simple sentence may have a compound subject or even a compound predicate. Sometimes, it might have both. Jim ate the peanuts. Simple sentence with one subject, Jim, and a simple predicate, ate….

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**MATH**

**Calculate x using tangent function if 4sinx-3cosx=0.**

We know that tan x = sin x / cos x Now the equation given is 4 sin x – 3 cos x = 0. 4 sin x – 3 cos x = 0. => 4 sin x = 3 cos x divide by 4 cos x => tan x = 3 cos x / 4 cos x => tan x =…

**MATH**

**Use trigonometry to write complex numbers !**

Let z = a+bi be the complex number, where xa amd b are the real numbers. Now cosider a right angled triangle a and b whose hypotenuse = sqrt(a^2+b^2) = r say. Then a/sqr(a^2+b^2) = cosx…

**HISTORY**

**Why did Abraham Lincoln run for president?i just need to know hy**

In the 1860’s, one of the largest issues was the issue of slavery. The platform of the Republicans was that slavery was going to be abolished. The platform of the Democrats was to keep slavery and…

**MATH**

**Determine the vector b if a*b=10 and c*b=12; a and c are vectors a=2i+j c=6i-3j**

Let the unknown vector b be (ai + bj) . I have assumed * is the dot product. So a*b =(2i + j)* ( ai + bj) = 10 => 2a + b = 10 c*b = (6i – 3j)*(ai + bj) = 12 => 6a -3b = 12 Now we use 2a + b =…

**MATH**

**Solve the equation 6sqrt(x-2) – 6 – x = 0**

To solve 6sqrt(x-2) -6-x= 0 Add x+6 to both sides: 6sqrt(x-2) = x+6 Square both sides: 36 (x-2) = (x+6)^2 36x-72 = x^2+12x+36 Rearrange as: x^2+12x+36 – 36x +72 = 0 x^2 – 24x +108 = 0…

**MATH**

**Which is the equation of the line that is perpendicular to 4x-5y-1=0 and it passes through the…**

The line perpendicular to the line ax+by+c = 0 is bx-ay +k. So the line perpendicular to 4x-5y-1 = 0 is of the form 5x +4y+k = 0. Since the line 5x+4y +k should pass through (2,1), the coordinates…

**MATH**

**Which is the value of x if lnx = – ln13 ?**

For the beginning, we’ll impose the existence conditions of the logarithms: x>0 lnx = – ln13 We’ll use the power property of logarithms: ln x = ln 13^-1 ln x = ln 1/13 Because the bases are…

**MATH**

**Detemine the quadrant where the vertex of the curve f(x)=x^2+4x+4 is .**

The vertex of the curve is the point where the first derivative of the curvature is 0. So we first find the derivative of f(x)=x^2+4x+4 f'(x) = 2x +4 f'(x) = 2x + 4 =0 => x = -4 / 2 => x =…

**MATH**

**Find the linear function wich has the property f(2x+1)=3x-2. Verify if the point (1,1,2) is on…**

f(2x+1) = 3x-1 Or f(2x+1) = (6x+3)/2 -3/2 -1= (3/2)(2x+1) – 5/2. Therefore the function could be written as: f(x ) = (3/2)x-5/2 = (3x-5)/2 Or y = (3x-5)/2. Put x= 1. Then y = (3-5)/2 = -1. Put y=2…

**EVERYDAY USE**

**What is a good way to rewrite this short story changing the setting to a modern day setting?What…**

“Everyday Use” is a story whose setting could be changed relatively easily. In order to cause the story to take place in a modern setting, Mama and Maggie could be relocated to a lower working…

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**MATH**

**Find the slope of the line x + 13y – 26 = 0**

We’ll put the equation of the line in the standard form: y=mx + n, where m represents the slope and n is the y intercept x + 13y – 26 = 0 We’ll isolate 13y to the left side. For this reason, we’ll…

**THERE WILL COME SOFT RAINS**

**Fear in there will come soft rain?Is there fear in the short story, “There Will Come Soft Rains”?**

I don’t think there is fear in the story, unless the story creates fear in the reader. The story’s point is this: Humankind will destroy itself with its own technology; however, nature will…

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**NIGHT**

**Describe the prisoners’ indoctrination into concentration camp life and how it benefits tht Nazis.**

The Nazis were very good at running concentration camps by the time Auschwitz was opened. They had perfected the means by which they controlled prisoners, and this effort, both in real life and in…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**Could you take an episode from To Kill A Mockingbird and make it a short story?If you could make…**

I think because of the way To Kill a Mockingbird is told from Scout’s adult perspective on her childhood, certainly many of the memories from the novel could be taken out and re-written as short…

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**MY PAPA’S WALTZ**

**Assume the poem is about a loving father son relationship. What role would the author’s tone and…**

Most often, this poem is looked at as an example of harsh discipline at best, and mild abuse at worse. To take the lighter side and assume that the relationship between the father and son is…

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**MATH**

**Prove that the function f(x)=x^2 + 4x – 6 is identical with f(x)=(x+2)^2 – 10**

For any value of x, f(x) = (x+2)^2 – 10 = x^2 + 4 + 4x -10 = x^2 + 4x – 6 This is the same as that given by f(x) = x^2 + 4x – 6. Also, there is no difference in the value of (x+2)^2 – 10 and x^2 +…

**MATH**

**(a) (cos 3A) / 2 cos 2A – 1) = cos A and hence find cos 15 degree (b) [(sin^3 (x) + sin 3x) /…**

- b) [(sin^3 (x) + sin 3x) / sin x] + [(cos^3 (x) – cos 3x) /cos x] = 3 We’ll write the formula for sin 3x: sin 3x = sin (2x+x) = sin 2x*cos x + sin x*cos 2x sin 2x = 2sin x*cos x cos 2x = 1 – 2(sin…

**MATH**

**Determine the ellipse equation if semiaxis are 3 and 7. Determine the ellipse equation if the…**

The equation of the ellipse with semi major and minor axis a and b is given by: x^2/a^2+y^2/b^2 = 1. (ii) Major axis 2a = 12. So semi major axis = a = 6. The focal distance 2c = 2ae = 6.,…

**LITERATURE**

**An analysis of marrysong by dennis scott**

Each line of the poem is a roller coaster ride of reality for the reader. So many intense emotions are aroused in their hearts. As the title suggests, it is a song about marriage and the…

**SCIENCE**

**What activities have adversely affected temperate woodlands?**

Temperate deciduous forests which are found in places like New York State, have four seasons. In the autumn, trees lose their leaves to conserve available moisture inside their cells during the…

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**A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM**

**What is a good thesis referring to Theseus’s opening speech in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s…**

One of the recurring themes in A Midsummer Night’s Dream is that love overrides all rational thought. In fact, some of the central themes are the foolishness of love, the foolishness of mankind,…

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**MATH**

**we have decided to introduce another new mathematical operation. given the new symbol $ in the…**

From the values of the result that the use of $ gives it is clear that for two number a and b a$b => (a/b)^2. This is right for 12$4 = 3^2 =9 15$5 = 3^2 = 9 200$40 = 5^2 = 25 30$25 = 1.2^2 =…

**MATH**

**Determine the vector w if u*w = 14, v*w=16, where u=3i+j and v=5i-2j vectors.**

Let the unknown vector w be (ai + bj) . I have assumed * is the dot product. So u*w =(3i + j)* ( ai + bj) = 14 => 3a + b = 14 v*w = (5i – 2j)*(ai + bj) = 16 => 5a -2b = 16 Now we use 3a + b =…

**MAHATMA GANDHI**

**Why didn’t the great man Gandhi become a lawyer as he wished at first?In our sylabus this year we…**

I wouldn’t say that Gandhi did not have self-confidence. The non-violent way in which he fought the British clearly displays the immense self-confidence he had in his way of forcing the British to…

**MATH**

**How can we demonstrate that a line is perpendiculat to a plane?**

Any set of three points uniquely defines a plane. Now if we want to draw a line perpendicular to the plane it has to be perpendicular to any two lines drawn between any 2 sets of two points each…

**MATH**

**Prove that for any natural number n the equation f(x) = 3 + [1/(n+1)] has a unique solution x if…**

In order to prove that the equation f(x) has an unique solution, we have to prove that the function is an injection and a surjection. We have to prove that f is an injection. For this, we’ll try to…