In solving the crime, how is Ted’s aspergers an advantage or a disadvantage?

In solving the crime, how is Ted’s aspergers an advantage or a disadvantage?

  • HISTORY

How can we learn history from the origins and development of human languages? How can we learn…

In simple terms, all languages developed from a protolanguage which is presumed to have come from a common source and place. We can take a great advantage of that fact by focusing on how this…

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  • THE LONDON EYE MYSTERY

In solving the crime, how is Ted’s aspergers an advantage or a disadvantage?

It’s an advantage because his brain runs on “a different operating system.” He is able to assess clues differently. He also finds different ways to explain Salim’s disappearance (his 8 theories).

  • LAW AND POLITICS

What is the role of the Exclusionary Rule in the court?

The role of the exclusionary rule is to prevent police from using illegal tactics to obtain confessions or evidence for use in a trial. This rule has been controversial because conservatives,…

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  • ARTS

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  • GUIDE TO LITERARY TERMS

What is a difference between an overview & the summary of a chapter?

I think there may be different responses to this and that the best answer one can give would be to discuss with your own teacher and instructor as to how they differentiate between the two. For…

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  • THE SNIPER

In “The Sniper” what is the effect on the reader of the surprise ending?

Of course, much of the power and strength of this tale lies in its ending or the shock in the final sentence that the enemy that the sniper has been fighting against was actually his brother. Key…

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  • THE SNIPER

In “The Sniper”, why does the author end the story at this point, without showing us the sniper’s…

You have asked a very perceptive question that explains the power that this short story has. The ending is certainly a definite sting in the tail – it shocks us and makes us sit up, especially as…

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  • MATH

A taxi is shuttling 11 students to a concert. The taxi can hold 4 students.In how many ways can 4…

The number of students are 11. We know that it is the number of ways of grouping of 4 persons out of 11 persons.Choosing or grouping is different from arranging. We can arange 4 persone from 11 on…

  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

In Death of a Salesman, Act I, except for his love for his boys, what are the things that make us…

It’s difficult to see many qualities that one can admire in Wily from Act I. I think that we see that we have to admire the fact that Wily seeks out success. It will come to be a part of his…

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  • THE STRANGER

What is the relationship between Meursault and his society in The Stranger by Albert Camus?I mean…

In The Stranger by Albert Camus, Meursault and his society are at great odds with each other. At the beginning of the novel, Meursault learns of his mother’s death, and he engages in a vigil to…

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  • SONG OF MYSELF

Write a note on Walt Whitman’s conception of self in “Songs of Myself.”

Part of the Whitman conception of self in “Song of Myself” is a unique combination of individual and objective experiences. Whitman examines his own state of self, his own “ordinariness.” At the…

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  • LITERATURE

What things should a teacher consider first in selecting a books for emergent reader?1. Rhyme,…

I think that trying to choose what types of beginning reader books to offer students “in general” is one of the toughest things a teacher might be called upon to do. Children, as they do so much…

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  • HER FIRST BALL

What are the important human truths mentioned in her first ball?”Her First Ball” by Katherine…

Katherine Mansfield’s “Her First Ball” is the story of a young girl from the country in New Zealand who has her first introduction to “the beginning of everything.” Enthralled as any young lady…

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  • TEACHERS

Which of the following is the most appropriate assignment?7th /8th grade Social Studies teacher…

I think that all of the particular assignments are fairly valid and can have resonance. At the same time, the most appropriate of the assignments is going to be dependent on what the teacher wants…

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  • HISTORY

In what ways did the United States benefit economically from World War 2?In what ways did the…

The United States benefitted economically from WWII in at least two major ways. First, a number of new technologies were invented or advanced. For example, the creation of long-range bombers…

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  • THE BEST OF O. HENRY

What is the plot and some of the symbols “The Last Leaf”?

The story is about two young women artists, Sue and Johnsy, who live together in Greenwich Village in NYC. Johnsy is sick with pneumonia. She believes that as soon as all the leaves die that she…

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  • SCIENCE

Why is flow of charge marked opposite to flow of electrons?Electrons flow from negative to…

In an electric circuit, electrons do flow from the negative to the positive terminal but the flow of charge that is marked is the flow of the positive charges. Conventional current is the flow of…

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What theories can describe the impact of car accident on a teenage girl’s lifespan developemt as…

If we presumed a determinist point of view, the argument can be made that the girl won’t drive again. The determinist sees consciousness unfolding as according to previous results and lacks the…

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  • HISTORY

Provide a list of Albert Einstein’s mathematical discoveries.

Among Albert Einstein’s inventions and mathematical/scientific discoveries were: The Atomic Bomb. Although Einstein was not part of the team which invented the atomic bomb (i.e. the Manhattan…

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  • SCIENCE

One end of the Earth wire is connected to the earth pin (in a 3 pin plug) and to where is the…

The other end of the Earth wire is connected to a conductor which is buried deep in the ground. The Earth wire is actually a way of allowing any charge that has inadvertently come to the body of…

  • SCIENCE

What is proton deflection?Please explain this to me in detail and in an understandable, simple…

Any charged particle in an electromagnetic field experiences a deflection which is defined by F = Eq+ vq x B where F is the force (in newtons) E is the electric field (in volts per meter) B is the…

  • SCIENCE

What have human activities done to affect Temperate Woodlands?

The actions of humans have contributed directly as well as indirectly to a destruction of temperate wood lands on a large scale. They have been extensively cut down to create farm land. Woodlands…

  • SCIENCE

Two examples of symbiotic relationships between species in Temperate Woodlands?

Mycorrhizas, or “fungus root” are fungi that live in a close symbiotic relationship called mutualism, with trees found in the forest. As the trees carry out photosynthesis, some of the carbon is…

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  • HISTORY

Other than GOP dominance, what other factors would make it difficult for Texas to adopt…

In my opinion, the main factor that would make it difficult for Texas to adopt such a system is one that is not unique to Texas. I think that it would be difficult for any state to adopt such a…

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  • TWELFTH NIGHT

Describe the character of Sir Toby Belch in 150 words.

Toby is Olivia’s uncle and is living under her roof. He doesn’t seem to have any means of income and, since he lives under his niece’s roof, is clearly allowing her to support him. He is also…

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  • HISTORY

What is unique about the Chinese written language system compared with those of the West?Look at…

I am not a linguist or scholar of Chinese, but my understanding is that many Chinese characters are pictorial symbols of the words they represent. Most alphabets, while they might have begun with…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Although Atticus lost the trial, how do Scout’s actions show he succeeded?

There are probably several places in the novel, post-trial, where Scout shows what she has learned over the past year. Certainly, the trial is the main event that culminates everything that…

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  • HISTORY

Americans tend to have smaller tombs now than even a century ago. Why is this significant? What…

The tendency to have tombs at all, versus smaller burial plots in a cemetery, represents some shifting values and traditions in American culture that reflect perhaps a more modern, and sometimes…

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  • MY PAPA’S WALTZ

Write an analysis of “My Papa’s Waltz,” in terms of character and situation.

The speaker in Roethke’s poem is one where a voice of reverie dominates the tone. On one hand, it can be seen as a moment where a beautiful exchange between father and son takes place, an instant…

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  • MATH

What is number of ways that 52 cards can be placed in a pile, one above the other?

One card could be arranged in 1 way. Two cards A and B coud be vertically arranged in AB or BC = 2 = ways. 3 cards ABC could be arranged in this way: Keep any one in the bottom and the other 2…

  • LITERATURE

why is the nibelungenlied so important for the country of germany?

Because it’s bitchin literature!!

  • THE OUTSIDERS

What are some of the differences between Ponyboy and Darry?

There are many differences between Ponyboy and Darry Curtis. First of all, their looks are much different. Ponyboy is much smaller than Darry, who is “six-feet-two, and broad-shouldered and…

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  • POETRY

Need Help rewriting my Sonnet – Already written just help revise!?Okay so I have to write a…

It is perplexing that your assignment is to write a sixteen-line sonnet since by definition either a Petrachan sonnet or a Shakespearean sonnet is a fourteen-line lyric poem. Since the rhyme…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Why in some communities are citizens are willing to get involved in helping police and some…

My understanding is that it has very much to do with the level of trust that the community has in their police department. In a typical affluent suburban community, the community feels that the…

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  • THE SPY WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD

What is the purpose of the ending where Leamus reaches back down to Liz apart from not wanting to…

Leamas realizes the only way to truly come in from the cold, both emotionally and physically, is to sacrifice his life in the service of his humanity. He loved Liz, and reaching back for her body,…

  • SCIENCE

Living Environment Regents prepI am currently working with a small group of students who have…

I guess one way to think through this issue would be to forget the test initially and start trying to tackle the root causes of the problem – perhaps focusing on low self esteem, and work on…

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  • MATH

a rectengular field 21 cm^2 in area needs to be fenced. find the dimensions that requires least…

To solve your problem, we’ll use the fact that for the ratio of the area to the perimeter to be the highest, the sides of the rectangle should be equal. Or in other words it should be a square, as…

  • HENRY DAVID THOREAU

I’m writing an essay about compare and contrast of Emerson and Thoreau. Could some one give me…

You may get lots of perspectives and insights on this question, so I’ll share mine and you can collect plenty of other data from others with which to write. These two authors, Emerson and Thoreau,…

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  • REFERENCE

How can a teacher determine if a student is a fluent reader? 5th gradeHow can a teacher determine…

There are two important components to reading fluency. One is the actual reading of the words — recognizing words already read before and known, plus the ability to sound out words that are…

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  • HISTORY

Why did the framers include the principles they did in writing the Constitution?Why did the…

This sort of depends on which principles you mean, but the major principles of the Constitution were included so as to A) avoid having a central government that was too weak and B) prevent any part…

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  • 1984

Why does the story start in April?

As T. S. Eliot said, “April is the cruelest month.” April is supposed to be the month of resurrection, rebirth, and rejuvenation. It’s the month of Easter, the holy celebration of Christ’s death…

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  • REFERENCE

What does “off topic” mean?

If something is off topic it is not related to the subject or topic that it is supposed to be discussing. There are a number of different situations where you might encounter this phrase, but it…

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  • HISTORY

What challenges did countries of the former Soviet Sphere face?

I suspect that your textbook has a particular answer that you are supposed to come up with because this is a pretty broad question. You might want to look for that answer because what we say on…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

In Chapter 1 of The Great Gatsby, what do readers learn about the characters’ histories and…

In the first chapter of The Great Gatsby, the characters reveal much about their perceptions of social standing based on their gestures, speech, and mannerisms. Daisy reveals much about herself…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Discuss the three organs of government.

Government takes many forms around the world, but its basic functions in every society are to determine and enforce the policies of the State. In America, as in most other countries, there is a…

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  • TEACHERS

How do we get students to value an education and think it’s important?How do we get students to…

In my opinion, teachers cannot do this for the vast majority of students. The only people who can do this are people that the students really respect and whose opinions they value. What this means…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Analyze police practices and the community’s response to these practices as shown in the video…

This question had to be pared down because of the multiple question aspect. I would strongly suggest reposting some of the additional questions because they are good ones and there is no way one…

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  • ESSAY LAB

How do you think technology will change in the future?This is for essay help. Thanks!

If I were writing this, I’d try first to think of why technology changes. Then I would see if I could tell from that what sorts of changes will occur. For example, people say necessity is the…

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  • ANTIGONE

What are examples of dramatic irony in Antigone, particularly from the beginning of the play?

In Antigone, dramatic irony is used when the sentry comes to tell Creon that the body of Polyneices has been given a light burial. Creon has ordered that the body be watched by the guards so that…

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  • ANTIGONE

On page 13 the Sentinel tells Creon, “you heart-ache were the doe’s, your ear-ache mine.”What…

There are few things to note before answering your question. You should refer to the quotes of a play by line numbers if you have them (and with Sophocles you will), since the text can be found in…

 


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