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**THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO**

**In The Cask of Amontillado which descriptions of Fortunato shape your impression of him the most?…**

The appearance of Fortunado in a jester’s cap with bells led to the reader assuming he was a fool. His drunkenness also added to that assumption. He frequently stumbled and lurched, coughing when…

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**THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO**

**How does the mood in The Cask of Amontillad change as the story unfolds?How does the mood in The…**

Even though the first paragraph hints at trouble, the intensity of the mood increases with each paragraph. A wine cellar in the basement was normal, but this wine cellar was below the basement in…

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**SCIENCE**

Germ warfare is, these days, more typically known as biological warfare. It is the use of biological agents to kill or incapacitate your enemy in war or to destroy the enemy’s resources. For…

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**SCIENCE**

**How does stress cause weight loss?**

You will actually hear much more about stress causing weight gain than about it causing weight loss, but stress can make some people lose weight. Typically, the connection between stress and weight…

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**THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO**

**Describe and contrast the settings where Montresor meets Fortunato and the setting where…**

The contrast in the two settings is part of Poe’s talent in creating an eerie mood. The time was carnival, a festive occasion involving much food, drink, and merriment. From the lights and cheer of…

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**THE GREAT GATSBY**

**Compare Jay Gatsby and George Wilson in The Great Gatsby.**

Though Jay Gatsby and George Wilson are an unlikely pair for comparison in The Great Gatsby, they actually have several things in common. First, both know what it’s like to be poor. It’s true that…

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**HISTORY**

**Explain Richard Nixon’s destructive personality based on the Watergate scandal.Research essay on…**

What many political scientists and historians say is that Nixon was focused on two things that ended up making him do stupid things to destroy himself. First, he was obsessed with getting even…

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**THINGS FALL APART**

**What are the themes of protests and revolution in Things Fall Apart?**

In Part I of Things Fall Apart, Okonkwo generally protests and revolts against femininity and religion (the Oracle of the Hills and Caves governed by the priestess Agbala). Okonkwo equates…

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**EDMUND SPENSER**

**What is the theme of the major poem The Shepheardes Calender by Edmund Spenser?**

Edmund Spenser’s first work, The Shepheardes Calender (1579) is a collection of twelve pastoral poems deliberately written with archaic (out of date) vocabulary and spelling to recall the English…

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**THE CRUCIBLE**

**How does the play The Crucible show the conflict of the individual vs society?**

You have identified a major theme of this excellent play. Clearly the conflict between the security of the community and individual freedom runs throughout the play. Salem was a community which…

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**KAFFIR BOY: THE TRUE STORY OF A BLACK YOUTH’S COMING OF AGE IN APARTHEID SOUTH AFRICA**

**5 examples of fiqurative lanquage in Kaffir Boy along with the page numbers. What emotions do…**

This sounds like a homework assignment, so you will need to pick out the specific examples yourself. However, I’ll give you a few pointers for finding good examples of figurative language in Kaffir…

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**BUSINESS**

**Who is the target audience for the Ipad?**

I don’t work for Apple, and of course they don’t share their marketing strategies with me, but we can more or less accurately reverse engineer their target demographic by looking at the product…

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**WUTHERING HEIGHTS**

**Can we consider the weather is a part from the setting?**

The values of nature and weather are endorsed in the novel’s first half. Wuthering Heights is a real farmhouse set on the wild moors, and they are the natural habitat of Catherine and Heathcliff….

**PHILOSOPHY**

**Defend this statement: Human rights are not universal.**

To defend this statement, I would look at some things that one culture thinks of as basic human rights but that other cultures do not. For example, you could look at something so basic as the idea…

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**LITERATURE**

**What is the value of traditional literature in its contribution to children’s literature?**

In my mind, the most pressing question here is the idea of what constitutes “traditional literature.” There is much here that needs to be discussed and evaluated. When the term “traditional…

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**HISTORY**

**How did world get the way it is in 1848**

This is a very broad question, but since you tagged it with “Karl Marx,” I will assume that you mean something more like “How would Karl Marx say the world got to be…” If that is what you are…

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**THE GREAT GATSBY**

**How does Fitzgerald convey Nick’s role in the Great Gatsby?**

Through a confession in chapter 1 (regarding his father’s advice) and the party in chapter 3 (in which he meets the “incurably dishonest” Jordan Baker), Nick says: Every one suspects himself of at…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**On a weekend…what do you prefer…Sitting at home, watching T.V or going shopping.?On a…**

I would prefer other options if I might be allowed to have them. However, if those are my options, I will choose sitting at home and watching TV. If I am watching TV, at least I can do something…

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**MATH**

**what is f^-1(x) given f(x)=(2x-1)/(2x+1) ?**

Given f(x) = (2x-1)/(2x+1) . To findf^-(x) . Let f(x) = y Let y = (2x-1/(2x+1) We solve for x inyerms of y: We multiply both sides by 2x+1: y(2x+1) = 2x-1 2xy +y = 2x-1. y+1 = 2x-2xy y+1 = 2x(1-y)…

**MATH**

**Evaluate the limit of [square root(x-1)-2]/(x-5) x–>5**

We have to find [square root(x-1)-2]/(x-5) lim x–>5. Here we cannot replace x with 5 as we get a result of the form 0/0 which cannot be determined. Therefore do the following. [sqrt(x-1) -2] /…

**MATH**

**Evaluate the limits of x^4*cos(2/x). x–>0**

To find the limit of x^4cos(2/x) as x –> 0. We know that |cos (2/x)| < 1. Therefore -1 < = cos(2/x) < = 1. WE multiply by x^4 : -x^4 < = x^4 cos(2/x) < =…

**MATH**

**Solve for x square root (x+7) = 4-square root(x-1).**

To solve for x in sqrt(x+7) = 4-sqrt(x-1) We square both sides: x+7 = {4 -sqrt(x-1)}^2 x+7 = 4^2 – 2*4*sqrt(x-1)+x-1 7 = 16 -8sqrt(x-1) -1, as the term x on both sides cancels. 7-16 +1 =…

**MATH**

**Determine the limit of the function (x^2 + 1)/(x + 1)^2 , x–> + infinite**

To find Lt (x^2+1)/(x+1)^2 as x–> infinity. As both numerator and denominator becomes infinity as x–>infinity . So it leads us to infinity/infinity form of indefiniteness. So let f(x) =…

**MATH**

**Evaluate the solutions of the equation 4^(x^2-4x)=1/64**

We have to evaluate 4^(x^2-4x) = 1/64. Now we know that 1/64 = 64^-1 = (4^3)^-1 = 4^(-3) Now 4^(x^2-4x) = 1/64 => 4^(x^2-4x) = 4^(-3) => (x^2-4x) = -3 => x^2 – 4x + 3 =0 => x^2 – 3x -x…

**TO SIR, WITH LOVE**

**what is the summary of to sir with love 6th chapter?**

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**ALL MY SONS**

**What is the main idea of the play All My Sons by Arthur Miller? By that I mean what is the play…**

We might summarize the comment the play is making in a number of ways. One way to phrase the “core” of the play is to say “Miller’s play suggests that those aware of the truth are responsible for…

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**MATH**

**What are x and y intercepts of the graph of f(x) = x^2 – 3x + 2 .**

The y-intercept of the graph is the point where the function crosses the y-axis. The x-value is equal to zero for every point on the y-axis. 1. Substitute x = 0 into the given function: y = (0)^2…

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**MATH**

**Determine a if the lines are parallel: x+y=1 and 3x-ay=2**

If lines are parallel their slopes are equal. Since both the equations are written in standard form (Ax + By = C) we can determine the slope by using the formula: -B/A. 1. First equation: x + y =…

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**MATH**

**What is f(x) if f(x)-2f(-x)=3x-1**

As we can notice, the given expression f(x)-2f(-x)=3x-1 is a linear function. f(x)=ax+b. We’ll substitute “x” by “-x” and we’ll rewrite the above expression. f(-x)-2f(-(-x))=3(-x)-1…

**MATH**

**Evaluate the product (1-1/4)(1-1/9)…(1-1/100)**

To find the product of (1-1/4)(1-1/9) (1-1/16)…(1-1/100) We rewrite the product as: (1+1/2)(1-1/2) } { (1+1/3)(1-1/3)} {1+1/4)(1-1/4)}… (3/2)(1/2)}{ 4/3)(2/3)}. …. {(11/100 )(9/10)} Rearrange…

**MATH**

**What is x if lg(10x+4)=lg(4x-2) ?**

First, we’ll have to impose constraints of existance of logarithms. The first constraint: 10x+4>0 We’ll divide by 2 both sides: 5x+2>0 5x>-2 We’ll divide by 5 both sides: x>-2/5 The…

**MATH**

**Calculate the area of the triangle ABC if AB=10, AC=20, sinA=sqrt3/2.**

To find the area of the triangle ABC where AB = 10, AC = 20. sinA = sqrt3/2. We know that the area of a triangle when AB and BC are known and the angle A is given by: Area = (1/2)AB*AC sin…

**KING LEAR**

**What is the overall message conveyed by the play King Lear?**

For me the most important overall message (And I say “most important,” because this is Shakespeare and there are, potentially, ump-teen “overall” messages.) would have to relate to the fact that…

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**MATH**

**log100=2(logx+log5) What is x?**

log 100 = 2(logx +log5). To solve for x. WE use the property of logarithms to solve this: loga+logb = logab , loga – logb = loga/b and m loga = loga^m. Therefore in the given equation, 2…

**MATH**

**What is x for log(x+7) – log3x = log5**

To solve for x in log(x+7)-log3x= log5. To solve this logarithmatic equation , we use the property of logarithms: log a+log b = log ab and loga -logb = loga/b. Therefore log(x+7)-log3x =…

**MATH**

**Write the equation of ellipse if short axis is 2sqrt10. The point (10;-sqrt5) lies on the ellipse.**

The equation of ellipse is given by x^2/a^2 +y^2/b^2 = 1. The shorter axis is given to be = 2sqrt10. Therefore 2b = 2sqrt10 b = sqrt10 b^2 = 10 a^2 = b^2(1-e^2) = 10 (1-e^2). Since (10, sqrt5)…

**MATH**

**What is the solution of the equation log 4 (2x-20) = 1**

first of all u have to open out the brackets by multiplying everything inside the brackets by 4 8x-80=1 then you get the x on one side of the equals sign to be able to find out what x is. to do…

**KATHERINE MANSFIELD**

**Which are the central themes in “Frau Brechenmacher Attends a Wedding,” written by Katherine…**

I must admit that one of the qualities I really appreciate about the short fiction of Katherine Mansfield is the way that her stories often linger on in our minds and can haunt us. Out of the many…

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**MATH**

**Verify if the lines y = 2x/3 + 8/3 and y = 3x + 5 are intercepting or they are parallel .**

The give lines are y = 2x/3+8/3 (1) and y = 3x+5…..(2). Both lines are int he slope intercept form y = mx+c, where m is the slope. Therefore the slopes of the lines are: 2/3 (1st line) and 3…

**LAW AND POLITICS**

**Whats a good thesis statement arguing for the death penalty? I need to explain in the thesis how…**

I think that much of this is going to be dependent on what you have researched, understood, and/ or believed on the death penalty. I think that you might want to make an argument about what the…

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**MACBETH**

**In Macbeth, explain one significant difference between two of Lady Macbeth’s soliloquies.**

This question has already been answered. Here is a link for you: http://www.enotes.com/macbeth/q-and-a/what-how-should-compare-contrast-lady-macbeths-two-198925

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**MATH**

**What is m if p=2x^4-mx^3+x^2-7 divided by x+2 to have the reminder r=4 ?**

P =2x^4-mx^3+x^2-7 divided by x+2. Let P = P(x) =2x^4-mx^3+x^2-7. Since P(x) divided by (x+2) gives a remainder r=4, we write b division lgorithm, P(x) /(x+2 = Q(x) + r the remainder. , where Q(x)…

**MATH**

**What is the area of arectangle whose perimeter is 40 and the length is 4 more than 4 time the…**

Given the perimeter of the rectangle = 40. The length is 4 times width. Let l be the length. and w be the width. Then l = 4w. Therefore area of the perimeter of the rectangle = 40 =2 l+2w =…

**MATH**

**Determine the value of f'(x) for x=0 and x=1 if f(x)=e^x/(x+2)**

We’ll compute the first derivative of f(x) using the quotient rule. We notice that the numerator is an elementary exponential function and the denominator is a linear function. The rule of…

**MATH**

**What is x for 5^-6 = 5^(x^2 – 5x) ?**

5^-6 = 5^(x^2-5x) To solve this we observe that both sides are exponents of the same base 5. Therefore the exponents on both sides are equal. -6 = x^2-5x. Add 6. 0 = x^2-5x+6 0 = x^2-3x-2x+6 0 =…

**MATH**

**Determine the dimensions of rectangle if the perimeter is equal to area?**

Area of the rectangle is the product of the length and the width. A = l*w On the other hand, the perimeter of the rectangle is: P = 2(l+w) According to enunciation, we’ll put the area and the…

**PHYSICS**

**What is the distance if the velocity is v=1/sin^2t*cos^2t**

The distance is ds = v*dt. We’ll integrate both sides: Integral ds = Integral v*dt s = Integral v*dt To integrate the given function, we’ll have to re-write the numerator of the function to give…

**HEALTH**

**What is your prediction for the healthy people 2010 report card grade and why ?What is your…**

I don’t think Americans are very healthy in terms of a high-fat, high-sodium diet. However, at least most people in America have clean drinking water and sanitary conditions. Are we healthy by…

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**PRIDE AND PREJUDICE**

**In Pride and Prejudice what is the changing relationship between Darcy and Elizabeth?**

The entire book is centered around the changing relationship between these two main characters; how they feel about each other, and the relationship that they have with one another is incredibly…

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**LITERATURE**

**What is the influence of Puritanism on the literature of “British America” and its…**

The next generation of American novelists were more accomplished and,on the whole, more assured in their craft. Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804–64),educated at Bowdoin College and born in Salem,…