If I have 10 different colored beads. In how many ways can I make a necklace?

# If I have 10 different colored beads. In how many ways can I make a necklace?

• MATH

If I have 10 different colored beads. In how many ways can I make a necklace?

The number of circular permutations of n objects is n! /2 if the clockwise and anti clockwise arrangement are the same. Now in the case of beads in a lace whether the necklace is worn clockwise or…

• THE CANTERBURY TALES

What is a good argument that could be proposed in a thesis statement concerning, “The Pardoner’s…

Chaucer’s “The Pardoner’s Tale,” is a tale told in many cultures and contains numerous archetypal elements: elements that appear in literature in many cultures. The tale, as usually told, is…

• REFERENCE

Does a vertical file contain almanacs?

A vertical file is a kind of old-fashioned library research tool compared to today’s paperless, computerized world of research. The vertical file is home to all the miscellaneous scraps of paper…

• THE HOUSE ON MANGO STREET

Does the vignette “Louie, His Cousin & His Other Cousin,” in The House on Mango Street have…

Remember that this incredible series of vignettes explores life in a barrio from the perspective of a young girl growing up as an immigrant among immigrants in a different country. The challenges…

• LAW AND POLITICS

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

There are several times that Jem chooses to join Atticus despite discouragement or even direct…

To Kill a Mockingbird is just as much a coming-of-age story for Jem as it is for Scout. In the instances that Atticus tells Jem to either “take your sister home,” or do something other than what…

• MATH

What is the derivative of ln[(sqrt(x+4)*(x+3)^2)/(sqrt3(x+5)) + 50?

The derivative of a composed function has to follow the chain rule: f(u(v(x))) = f'(u)*u'(v)*v'(x) We notice that the given function is a sum of 2 functions: f + g:…

• LAW AND POLITICS

how has the charter of rights changed the role of the supreme court in the lives of Canadians and…

Before the Charter of Rights and Freedoms was put in to affect, Supreme Court judges had to interpret the laws literally, and did not have the power to strike down laws. With the Charter of Rights…

• INTO THE WILD

What did McCandless from Krakauer’s Into the Wild learn from his time in the wild?

While it is difficult to determine exactly what McCandless learned from his time in Alaska because he died before being able to talk to others about his time there, he did leave behind notes which…

• LAW AND POLITICS

What are the advantages of the jury system for an individual accused of a crime

Having a trial by jury can be helpful to a defendant if they are the sort of person who can appeal to a jury — if they look nice or if they have a sad story, things like that. If you are a person…

• SCIENCE

What chemical changes are caused due to the yeast in bread.

When yeast is used to make bread, yeast is kneaded with the dough and it is maintained at 80 to 95 degree Fahrenheit. This temperature is optimum for the yeast to reproduce and grow in number. The…

• SCIENCE

How is glass made so that one can see through it from one side but from the other side it is a…

A half silvered mirror is used when there is a requirement that the glass separation allows light only from one side to pass through, so it appears as plain glass from one side but as a mirror from…

• SCIENCE

What is the chemical structure of soap.

Soaps consist of molecules one end of which is hydrophilic or is attracted to water. The other end is hydrophobic or is repelled by water and instead is attracted to oil. We cannot clean oil with…

• SCIENCE

What is the chemical structure of fat.

Fats are made of fatty acids and glycerol which combine with a dehydration reaction. Fats are differentiated by the fatty acid that is present in them. Fatty acids are formed of the elements…

• SCIENCE

How is soap manufactured?

The manufacture of soap is done by reacting oil or a fat with a base. This forms a salt. During production of soaps different types of fats can be used depending on the characteristics that are…

• SCIENCE

Why does soap not lather in hard water.

Soap is usually made from one or more fatty acids. Fatty acids are relatively long chain organic molecules that have both a hydrophobic (water repelling/fat loving) part and a hydrophillic (water…

• THE SCARLET IBIS

In “The Scarlet Ibis”, why do you think Doodle makes up lies about people who have wings?

Careful examination of this short story will help you find the answer you are looking for. We are told that Doodle and his brother, the narrator of this moving story, take up lying to help pass the…

• HISTORY

What were the causes of Prohibition in the US?What were the causes of Prohibition in the US?

Of course, there were a lot of causes of the prohibition movement in the US. I’ll mention the two I think most significant: The power of women. Women (especially the middle class women involved…

• THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES

What is the significance of the quotation in chapter 7 at the beginning of the chapter in The…

The quote at he beginning of Chapter 7 in the book The Secret Life of Bees addresses the bees having an understanding of sex while having lived celebrate lives like a nun in a cloister. The quote…

• MATH

Solve 5x + 6y + z = 9, 6x + 3 y = 6, 2x + 6y + z =4

Given: 5x + 6y + z = 9 … (1) 6x + 3y = 6 … (2) 2x + 6y + z = 4 … (3) Subtracting equation (3) from (1): 5x – 2x + 6y – 6y + z – z = 9 – 4 ==> 3x = 5 ==> x = 5/3 Substituting…

• MATH

Solve the inequation: 6 < 3x^2 -6 < 21

We’ll have to solve a system of 2 inequalities: 3x^2 -6 < 21 and 3x^2 -6 > 6 We’ll solve the first inequality: 3x^2 -6 < 21 We’ll add 6 both sides: 3x^2 < 27 We’ll divide by 3: x^2…

• THE CRUCIBLE

In The Crucible, what is Mary Warren’s motivating factor & how does it positively/negatively…

Mary Warren is primarily motivated by the same factors that motivated so many of the others at that time in Salem, Massachusetts – fear and ignorance. Mary was afraid of Abby and of being accused…

• MATH

Solve the inequation: 4x^2+ 8x + 3 > 0

We’ll use another method to determine the interval of x values where the given expression is positive. According to the rule, between the roots of the expression 4x^2+ 8x + 3, the expression has…

• FAHRENHEIT 451

In “Burning Bright” of Fahrenheit 451, to what vocation do the wilderness people devote themselves?

I am not sure I would call it a vocation, exactly. At least, it is not like these people are pursuing something as a job. But if you are using the term “vocation” in the sense that a priest or a…

• MATH

In a series in GP if two terms are 6 and 30.How many mimimum terms would be required between 6…

A geometric progression is a series where the ratio between consecutive terms is a constant. In the problem we have the two terms given are 6 and 30. Now if we add just one term ‘a’ between them…

• MATH

In a series in AP if two terms are 18 and 32.How many minimum terms a, b, c… would be required…

In an AP, the mth and nth terms are given by: am = a1+(m-1)d, where a1 is the first term and d is the common diffrence between the consecutive terms. an = a1+(n-1)d. m is assumed to be less than…

• MATH

How do you find the interval of decrease and increase of a sin function? Given this function…

f(x)=sin2x -90 The function f(x) is incresing when f'(x) is >0. f'(x) = (sin2x -90)’ = 2cos2x 2co2x > 0 implies cos2x > 0 Cos2x > 0 when 2npi-pi/2 < 2x < 2npi-pi. Cos2x > 0…

• FAHRENHEIT 451

In Fahrenheit 451, why does Bradbury intricately describe the river, woods, and sky?

The vivid details Bradbury uses occur at the end of the novel when Guy Montag has escaped capture by the Hound and society. His escape takes him swiftly through the town, anticipating capture at…

• THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES

In The Secret Life of Bees, chapter 6, why is August sad at the thought of a rocket landing on…

Up until this point in history, the moon was something of a mystery. August is in awe of the moon and personifies it with a sense of religious respect. She also understands that the power it…

• ASTRONOMY

In a dark sky without a compass, how can I find the North direction?

Assuming you are in the Northern Hemisphere, the North star is not visible south of the equator. In fact, there is no star that always indicates north OR south in the Southern Hemisphere. But, you…

• SCIENCE

What are some of the scientific sources of errors one can include in a lab? The errors can not be…

One error could be a faulty hypothesis. If the hypothesis or educated guess about the solution to a problem is incorrect to begin with, then the experiment will not answer the question or problem…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Why does Atticus start to get angry at the children after the fire in To Kill a Mockingbird?…

There are several emotions that happen the night of the fire, however, I do not think any of them could be described as “anger,” especially not from Atticus. One unusual occurrence is that at the…

• SCIENCE

What is an expanding bullet.

Expanding bullets are intentionally designed to expand when they strike the target so that the diameter of the wound or the part affected by the bullet is increased while the penetration is…

• CAT AND MOUSE

In the book, cat and mouse, Mahlke symbolizes the mouse and the society,the army, the school…

Mahlke has a huge Adam’s apple and in the beginning of the book a mouse was watching it as if it was a mouse. While he was sleeping the cat scratched his throat and embarrassed him. From there…

• SCIENCE

How does a machine gun work?

A machine gun basically works by utilizing the recoil of the bullet that is being fired to take care of all the other operations that are required to be done before the next bullet can be fired….

• SCIENCE

Now that we have found a cure for small pox, are there no organisms that caused small pox left on…

I am not sure if a cure for small pox has been found. This means that is no medicine that speeds up the process of curing small pox or reducing its permanent impact on the affected person. Once a…

• THROUGH THE TUNNEL

In “Through the Tunnel”, how has the relationship changed between Jerry and his mother by the end…

I think you would benefit from looking at the story in much wider terms – certainly the Jerry at the end of the story is very different from the Jerry at the beginning, and you are right to…

• SCIENCE

How do wastes exit a squid?

Squids and other mollusks have a complex digestive system. In their mouth, there is a rough tongue called the radula that many mollusks possess, as well as a horny beak composed of chitin. This…

• THE CRUCIBLE

What was the Velvet Scare during J. Edgar Hoover’s time, and how does it relate to The Crucible?

I see that you are asking about J. Edgar Hoover’s era on this question, and so I conclude that you are thinking the Velvet Scare is something that happened during his lifetime. I have taught US…

• THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

In “The Most Dangerous Game,” how can the reader tell that Zaroff is smart?

Zaroff appears to be smart at Connell’s first introduction of him. He arrives on scene in evening clothes with hand ready to shake. These two descriptors are evidence of a man who has confidence…

• TWELVE ANGRY MEN

Explain what Twelve Angry Men has to say about justice for the individual.

Rose’s work argues that the most basic benchmark of our system of justice is ensuring a sense of fairness within the law for the individual. Justice is defined as an ability to ensure that all…

• TEACHERS

Explain the following: received , internal and electronic curriculum.What do you understand…

Reading this question as a teacher, I am guessing that your professor actually wants to hear your thoughts on these three types of curriculum. Part of growth and development as a teacher is coming…

• JUST LATHER, THAT’S ALL

What is the plot structure in “Just Lather, That’s All”?

The situation of the story is given in the first few paragraphs. A military man, who we come to know as Captain Torres, enters the barbershop. The barber, who is narrating the tale, becomes very…

• MACBETH

In Macbeth Act 3 Scene 1, what is significant about Banquo’s solilquy?

The significance of Banquo’s speech in Act 3.1 of Shakespeare’s Macbeth is twofold. First, the speech establishes that Banquo suspects Macbeth of treachery. Macbeth, Banquo says, now has it all:…

• HEIDEGGER’S EXPERIMENT

What is an example of a metaphor used in “Dr. Heidegger Experiment” by Nathaniel Hawthorne?

There is a good example of a metaphor right near the beginning of “Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment” Colonel Killigrew had wasted his best years, and his health and substance, in the pursuit of sinful…

• THE STORY OF AN HOUR

What is the characteristic of the character “Mrs. Mallad”?

I edited this question as we are no longer answering questions about two separate characters/stories since they count as two different answers. Mrs. Mallard is a young woman. She is a married woman…

• MATH

A triangle has vertices at A(-3, 2), B(-5, -6), and C(5, 0). Determine the…

The median from a point in a triangle is the line drawn from one vertex to the mid point of the opposite side. Here the vertexes of the triangle are given as A(-3, 2), B(-5, -6), and C(5, 0). If we…

• ESSAY LAB

What are some useful tips on how to write a persuasuve piece for English?

First of all, decide what it is that you want to persuade your readers about. I suggest that you pick something that is fairly complex. For example, you don’t want to pick a thesis statement such…

• A ROSE FOR EMILY

Who were the three men in Miss Emily’s life and how were they similar in “A Rose for Emily”?

There are three men in Miss Emily’s life. The first is her father. The second is Colonel Sartoris. The third is Homer Baron. Miss Emily’s father is an over-bearing, controlling, cold man of the old…