If log x = 0.24 Then determine log 100x^2

If log x = 0.24 Then determine log 100x^2

  • MATH

If log x = 0.24 Then determine log 100x^2

log x = 0.24 find log 100x^2 We will use logarithm properties to solve the problem. Let y = log 100x^2 We know that: log a*b = log a + log b ==> log 100x^2 = log 100 + log x^2 Now let us…

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  • MATH

What is the maximum value of the functions g(x) = 5-4x^2

g(x) = 5-4x^2 To calculate the maximum values first we need to determine the critical values for g(x) . Then we will need to determine the first derivative: ==> g'(x) = -8x Now we know that the…

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  • MATH

Solve the equation: sqrt(x^2 + 3x – 4) = sqrt(x^2 -2)

sqrt(x^2 + 3x – 4) = sqrt(x^2 -2) First we will square both sides: ===> [sqrt(x^2 + 3x -4)]^2 = [ sqrt(x^2 – 2)]^2 ==> (x^2 + 3x – 4 = x^2 -2 Now we will combine like terms: ==> x^2 + 3x -…

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  • MATH

If it will take your money 18 years to double, what is the rate of interest that you are earning?

Let P be the principle. case (i): Simple interest: let r be the rate of interest. Then by simple interest in 18 years, we get an interst of principle *number of years * rate of interst=…

  • HISTORY

Why was Thomas Paine important to the American Revolution?

Thomas Paine was an American author who wrote largely political documents about the American Revolution. He strongly protested British taxation. He wrote the pamphlet Common Sense to encourage…

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  • 1984

How does the lack of individuality or privacy impact the Oceanic society as a whole?I need three…

The most elemental answer is that the lack of privacy emboldens and empowers Big Brother. In determining that the public realm is the only realm and that individuals cannot have any semblance of…

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  • HISTORY

Why did President Roosevelt decide to send a fleet of U.S. ships to Japan?Why to Japan in…

This confused me for a moment — I was thinking “well, there was this war, you see — it was called WWII and we were going to invade Japan…” and then I realized that you are talking about…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird, what are some of Atticus Finch’s strongest characteristics?I am looking…

Atticus has three stark characteristics that contrast Bob Ewell: 1. Morality – Atticus cares to do the right thing. We see this as he makes the personal choice not to shoot animals that do not have…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

I have to write an essay on Piggy for the first 3 chapters of Lord of the Flies. What should I…

Piggy is an interesting character. His physical appearance and actions seem to contrast his intellect. Nobody can have it all right? Piggy is the natural target and butt of all the jokes of the…

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  • SONNY’S BLUES

By comparing and contrasting the two brothers in “Sonny’s Blues” identify the cause of their…

Much like their uncle and father in relationship, the narrator and his brother Sonny of “Sonny’s Blues” grew up in the “killing streets” of Harlem, yet respond to their environment in different…

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  • ESSAY LAB

How do I write a deductive paragraph to argue that sport A is better than sport B?**It can only…

Deductive reasoning contains three basic parts: a major premise, a minor premise, and a conclusion (the formal version of this is a syllogism). So, if you are writing about two sports, your major…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

prosecutors routinely rehearse a police officers testimony before trial. is this…

I think it depends on the attitudes of the prosecutor and police officer. The trial situation is stressful, and it makes sense to practice telling the truth clearly, without getting mixed up….

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  • THE TEMPEST

Prospero’s use of “white magic” is certainly present in the play. How does The Tempest make…

When we think of the use of magic in this excellent play we need to recall that magic was something that was taken seriously by people in the time of Shakespeare. Remember that even as late as the…

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  • HISTORY

Give an example of a historical figure who has used philosophy for a good cause.I need to present…

Of course, you have to define for yourself what a “good” cause is. To me, the first person that comes to mind using philosophy for a good cause is Thomas Jefferson (and many of the other founders…

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  • LITERATURE

I need some traits or charateristics about chivalrous and heroic ideas, such as loyalty and what…

Knights are known for their code of ethics and behavior and most of the qualities commonly associated with knights revolve around being good Christians and good soldiers. They are expected to be…

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  • THE BRONZE BOW

How does Jesus affect Daniel’s life?

Daniel’s life is consumed by hatred toward the Romans who killed his father and contributed to the death of his mother. A desire for revenge leads him to abandon his sister and grandmother to join…

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  • BUSINESS

What’s the relation between business and a market economy?

I think that the answer you are looking for is that a market economy allows people to form their own businesses to sell pretty much whatever they want (as long as they do not try to sell something…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

How is California an indispensible part of the novel, Of Mice and Men?I basically have to write…

Migrant farm workers are indicative of the central valley of California. This occured on a large scale in the 30s. The setting of the Salinas River Valley in the first and sixth chapters is very…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird, why does Boo Radley want to save the children from trouble?Boo seems to…

Once we get to the end of the novel, we understand Boo a little bit better. From the beginning, we know that people at least thought he was terrible. They thought he was a peeping-tom, an evil…

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  • MACBETH

Compare the ghost in Hamlet to Macbeth’s ghost?It is a serach no less 10 page , and I did not…

The reason you did not find anything about Macbeth’s ghost is because it does not exist. The only ghost present in Macbeth is the ghost of Banquo, who is arguably a figment of Macbeth’s…

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  • THE THINGS THEY CARRIED

In Tim O’Brien’s story, “The Things They Carried,” what did Kiowa carry in his rucksack?

In “The Things They Carried,” the author, Tim O’Brien, speaks to the many things that the men he served with in the armed forces carried with them. Many of these things were the necessities of war….

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  • LITERATURE

american english and british englishDescribe the differences between American English and British…

There’s not really any systematic difference — it’s just that Americans and the British use some different words for different things (there’s no pattern to the differences). For example, what…

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  • THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER

In “The Fall of the House of Usher,” how does the setting in this story cause or influence action?

Setting, as your question identifies, is absolutely crucial to this excellent short story, as the setting helps create the foreboding atmosphere of imminent doom and terror that pervades the entire…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

From Chapter 5 of The Great Gatsby, describe the significance of Gatsby knocking over the timepiece.

Knocking over the timepiece serves a literal and a figurative purpose. First, the literal purpose demonstrate just exactly how nervous he is to be with Daisy at this point. To have leaned against…

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  • THE ODYSSEY

In The Odyssey, how did Circe seduce Odysseus?

First of all, Odysseus first encounters Circe with the plan to rescue his men from her. Armed against her spells because of a special herb he received from the messenger god Hermes, Odysseus and…

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  • MATH

Angle elevation of gun=θ. ball is fired w/ velocity v ft/sec. Range of ball given by…

Given that the range to the angle (x) is: R = v^2 *sin 2x / 32 To find the maximum values for the range, first we need to determine the critical points: Let us differenctiate with respect to x: R’…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord of the Flies chapter 12, Ralph says “It was an accident.” Compare this with Piggy in…

Ralph is trying to convince himself, he says this to himself and no one else, that the death of Piggy was indeed just an accident. It was not a murder. Piggy said the same thing of what had…

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  • GUY DE MAUPASSANT

What is the point of view in Guy De Maupassant’s “The Jewels” and why is it significant?

This is a great question because it ties in with the profound biting irony of this great tale. The point of view is actually third person limited as the author chooses to zoom in on one character…

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  • CINEMA

What is the intended message/theme of Woody Allen’s film, “Annie Hall?”

This is tough. That is going to underscore anything I have to say about this question. The overall message or theme of the Allen’s film is that in order to find some level of happiness in the…

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  • HISTORY

One electoral development that occurred during the Age of Jackson was the A) birth of the modern…

Of these answers, I believe that the best choice is A — the beginning of the modern party system. I think that the person who wrote the question is trying to trick you into saying D, but that is…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird, why would Harper Lee illustrate that inexperience and ignorance…

When you reference inexperience in your question, I believe you refer to Scout as a young child having yet experienced much of the world, or Dill when he has trouble understanding the racism during…

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  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

In Act III, scene i of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, what is the purpose of the night meeting of…

They are meeting to rehearse the play that they will present to the Theseus and Hippolyta (they hope) on the day of the couple’s wedding. I do not see, however, that the scene is set at night….

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird, why do Harper Lee’s characters search through layers of ignorance and…

This is a great question that shows the problem of mankind. We almost have to endure setbacks and problems to learn. Lee shows this in the characters of both Jem and Scout. Scout has great problem…

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  • THE WITCH OF BLACKBIRD POND

In The Witch of Blackbird Pond, how does Judith ensure that she gets a ‘red ear’ during the…

We aren’t actually told how Judith manages to gain the red ear during the husking bee in Chapter 13 of this great novel. All that she says when asked is that she has “her methods” of making sure…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Why does Harper Lee uses the character of Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird to show one the…

Without human compassion, what would become of our society? This theme is one of the most universally important themes, and our chance to read about and learn about this theme from such an…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What evidence do you see in today’s world of intolerance towards Jews?

Like racism or sexism, anti-Semitism is pretty much in the eye of the beholder. One person might take a political position (for example, opposition to the policies of Israel towards the…

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  • CINEMA

How do we see anti- Semitism in four specific examples from the film School Ties?

Examples of anti- semitism, the specific targeting of individuals of the Jewish Faith, are evident in the film. I think that one can assert that the entire social order that lacks any diversity or…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

In Of Mice and Men, why does Curley agree not to get Lennie fired for crushing his hand?

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How does Boo Radley in To Kill a Mockingbird impact the person Jem is at the end of the…

Since you are only allowed to ask one question at a time I edited yours down to just this one. Boo Radley is responsible for saving Jem and Scout from Bob Ewell at the end of the novel. He had…

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  • CINEMA

Why did David’s girlfriend react the way she did when she found out that David was Jewish?From…

The break up of Sally and David was predicated upon the latter being Jewish and the former lacking the courage to rebuke a society that is intolerant of intercultural relationships. Sally is an…

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  • CINEMA

Discuss how the function of Rosh Hashanah was impacted by the way David observed this…

To begin with a paradigm that will allow us to better understand the character in the film, Rosh Hashanah is the start of the new year. In this start of the year, a day of recognition and…

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  • CINEMA

How did David hide his religion?From the movie “School Ties.”

David feels that he has to hide his religion to an extent in order to assimilate to life at St. Matt’s. In the end, his concealment is because he understands that he is a minority in a…

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  • JEAN PIAGET

theoristswhat is jean piaget’s theory and Erik erikson’s theorys on child development ?

Piaget’s basic argument is that kids develop cognitive abilities as they grow older. Until they get to certain stages of development, they are not capable of the sorts of tasks that require the…

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  • EVERYDAY USE

Compare/contrast. How do Walker and Gordimer successfully establish and communicate their themes…

In “Everyday Use” and “Once Upon a Time,” the authors use several methods to convey their themes to the reader. In “Everyday Use,” Alice Walker provides a stark contrast between two sisters growing…

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  • KING LEAR

I need helping writing an outline for an essay tracing Lear’s progress in Act II from denial to…

Your outline will come after you have done the appropriate research on your topic, including gathering quotes to support your topic: Lear’s progress in Act II from denial to rage to isolation. The…

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  • EVERYDAY USE

Which author more successfully establishes and communicates the theme to the readers between this…

In comparing “Everyday Use” and “Once Upon a Time,” I always appreciate Walker’s ability to more clearly convey her themes in her story to the reader rather than Gordimer. In “Everyday Use,” Alice…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

How does F. Scott Fitzgerald describe the hedonism in Chapter 3 of The Great Gatsby?

This question has already been answered. Here is a comprehensive link for you: http://www.enotes.com/great-gatsby/search?q=hedonism

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  • THE KITE RUNNER

ThemesWith all of the excellent, sensitive literature out there involving children in a time of…

Regarding your final statement about brutalized children growing up to inflict their wounds on others… I’m not sure this is actually the case in The Kite Runner. Amir adapts relatively well to…

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  • A VERY OLD MAN WITH ENORMOUS WINGS

Contrast themes from this text with “Once Upon a Time,” Walker’s “Everyday Use” of staying…

The theme of “A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings,” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, revolves around perceptions based upon appearances. Because the angel that comes to their town is not young, beautiful…

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  • ELEGY WRITTEN IN A COUNTRY CHURCHYARD

Compare and contrast the voice and form of Clifton and Gray’s poems.Compare and contrast the…

It is important to identify the definition of “voice” in order to address how it differs in these poems. [Voice is..] the dominating…tone of a literary work. The voice existing in a literary…

 


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