In the play Twelve Angry Men, how is equality present within Juror 10?

In the play Twelve Angry Men, how is equality present within Juror 10?

  • THE MINISTER’S BLACK VEIL

What are some examples of the supernatural in “The Minister’s Black Veil”?

In order to address this question, I want to clarify that “supernatural” does not simply refer to ghosts and goblins and vampires, as we common think of it today. “Supernatural” actually has a…

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  • THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

In “The Most Dangerous Game,” where does Rainsford finally meet Zaroff?

In Richard Connel’s short story “The Most Dangerous Game” a big game hunter named Sanger Rainsford accidentally falls off a yacht heading for South America and swims to a nearby island. On the…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

In Farenheit 451, what clue does the author give to describe human interaction in Guy’s world?

Most of the information about human interaction in Guy’s world is given to the reader through the character of Clarisse. Early in the book, a huge amount of information can be found in the first…

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  • THE WATSONS GO TO BIRMINGHAM—1963

How did Mrs. Watson know that something was up?

Mrs. Watson is very astute when it comes to reading Byron. When Byron sidles into the room with a covered head and avoids the eyes of everyone in the room, Momma immediately knows something is up….

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  • STOPPING BY WOODS ON A SNOWY EVENING

What does “previous obligations” mean? Also do you think that the author’s tone in “Stopping by…

“Previous obligations” can be described as responsibilities that a person has prior to something else coming up. Most people read the line, “But I have promises to keep,” as the speaker’s…

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  • SCIENCE

What are the necessary conditions for cloud formation?

A number of conditions are required for cloud formation. Chief among them are the presence of moisture, lift and nucleating surfaces. When the sun shines on water bodies, it heats the water and…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Who is the aunt who has a fishing pole and says “Do-o-o Jee-sus” when mad?

Dill Harris’s Aunt Rachel Haverford is the character who says, “Do-o-o Jee-sus.” Miss Rachel Haverford lives next door to the Finches; every summer Dill Harris comes to live with her because his…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord of the Flies, what are some symbols, items, or artifacts that are associated with Ralph…

You have a good start on this question. The fire is most associated with Ralph since he is the one who is most concerned about keeping it burning as a way to get rescued. He is the most committed…

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  • THROUGH THE TUNNEL

What are three explicit and implicit quotes in the short story “Through the Tunnel,” by Doris…

Implicitly, the description of Jerry’s longing to be accepted by the older, local boys in the wild bay, help to show that he has begun the process of growing up. “To be with them, of them, was a…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Identify your impressions of Dill, Calpurnia, Jem, Scout, Atticus, the Radleys, Miss Stephanie…

Dill Harris-Dill is a talented, imaginative child who seems like a lot of fun. Throughout the novel, Dill is able to play any character in Jem’s skits during the summers, and he comes up with…

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  • HISTORY

According to the Gospel of Wealth, what are three specific examples of philanthropy?

According to the Gospel of Wealth, wealthy people had an obligation to use their wealth to help people in need. The Gospel of Wealth didn’t refer to giving handouts to people, but, instead, to…

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  • FREAK THE MIGHTY

In Chapter 9 of Freak the Mighty, why do Kevin and Max go to the hospital?

At the beginning of Chapter 9, “Life Is Dangerous,” in Freak the Mighty, Max believes they are going on another quest or adventure – like normal. However, this journey, according to Max, was a…

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  • MATH

Jason’s neighborhood has an emergency water tank with a capacity of 10,500 L. How many mL of…

Hello! mL stands for milliliters. As usual, the prefix “milli” means “one thousandth” of the unit following it. Any quantity contains one thousand of its thousandths. So does liter, 1 L = 1000 mL….

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Can you explain the pro and con debate regarding the Obamacare issue, 2016?

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Public Law 111-148, also known as “Obamacare”) is so voluminous and addresses so many issues within the realm of health care, that students of…

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  • HISTORY

What was the Estates-General in France?

The Estates-General was a body with representatives of each of the three “estates,” or socio-legal orders, in France under the Bourbon monarchs. It was convened most famously by Louis XVI in 1789…

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  • FRENCH LANGUAGE

I have a French speech coming up these next few months and can’t find a topic to write about.

The thing you need to determine before you write your speech is what type of speech you are expected to give. The four main types of speech are informative, persuasive, motivational, and…

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  • THE HUNGER GAMES

Throughout Suzanne Collins’ novel The Hunger Games, how does the protagonist, Katniss Everdeen,…

In Suzanne Collins’ novel The Hunger Games, the protagonist, Katniss Everdeen, undergoes a number of changes over the course of the story. At the beginning of the novel, Katniss is fearful and…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What do we learn about the differences between the north and the south side of Maycomb in Harper…

Based on Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, one might conclude that those who live in the north of Maycomb, as well as in the north of the county in general, are typically rowdier, more…

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  • THE CAY

How long did Phillip stay on the island for in The Cay?

Phillip and Timothy are marooned on the small island for about two months before Phillip is rescued and reunited with his parents. During that time, Phillip learns many things from Timothy. He…

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  • A JURY OF HER PEERS

What is the event that could lead to the “falling action” of “A Jury of Her Peers”?

In a short story, the rising action continues to build until the climax, and after the climax, the action falls till the end in a portion of the story called the denouement. In a longer work of…

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  • THE STORY OF AN HOUR

I am creating a thesis statement for a literary analysis of “The Story Of An Hour.” I want to…

A good place to begin would be to consider the reasons why you feel that readers should feel sympathy for Mrs. Mallard, especially considering the fact — as you point out — that the news of her…

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  • HISTORY

How were Americans justified in their fear of immigrants after WWI?

First of all, we have to realize that not everyone would say that Americans were justified in their fear of immigrants after World War I. There are many people who would argue that American…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the general equation for the hydrolysis of a halogenoalkane?

The general equation for the hydrolysis of a halogenalkane is: RBr + H2O →→ ROH + H+ + Br- In this equation, “Br- “ represents a halogen. Halogenalkanes are also known as haloalkanes or…

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  • PYGMALION

In Pygmalion what is it that Higgins learned from Eliza even though he was her teacher?

One might be tempted to say that the pig-headed Henry Higgins learned nothing from Eliza Doolittle, but that’s not entirely true. While he continues to treat her rudely and orders her around as if…

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  • SCIENCE

When sodium metal is added to ethanol, a gas is evolved. Suggest the identity of this gas, and…

When sodium metal is added to ethanol, the following chemical reaction takes place: 2C2H5OH+2Na→2C2H5ONa+H22C2H5OH+2Na→2C2H5ONa+H2Thus, we can see that hydrogen gas is evolved when sodium reacts with…

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  • SCIENCE

Write a structural equation to show what happens to ethanol when it is warmed with potassium…

When ethanol is heated with potassium dichromate (acidified with dilute sulfuric acid), the dichromate oxidizes the ethanol to ethanoic acid. The oxidation equation is written as:

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  • HISTORY

What were some economic consequences of World War I?

The Great War, or World War I, had remarkable economic consequences on the economies of United States, Europe, and by extension, the entire world. The United States actually was in better economic…

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  • RIVETHEAD

I need a summary of Rivethead by Ben Hamper.

Rivethead: Tales From the Assembly Line by Ben Hamper is a nonfiction memoir of Hamper’s life. Hamper was born in 1956 in Flint, Michigan to a blue collar family that worked for General Motors. He…

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  • REFERENCE

What do self-reliance and civil disobedience have in common?

Both are concepts based on essays written by two Transcendentalists in the 1840s—“Self-Reliance,” by Ralph Waldo Emerson, published in 1841; and “Civil Disobedience,” then called…

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  • HISTORY

Why did the Allies win World War I?

There were reasons why the Allies won in World War I. One reason was the entrance of the United States into the war on the side of the Allies. The United States joined the Allied side when Germany…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Can a contracted billing company withhold patient information from the company employing them?

Yes. Not only can they withhold patient information, they are legally required to unless that patient information is necessary for the providing of services or the patient explicitly consents to…

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  • SCIENCE

Why does a hurricane lose strength as it passes over land?

Hurricanes may lose strength over land because of cool temperatures, a lack of moisture, and/or friction. Hurricanes form over low pressure regions with warm temperatures over large bodies of…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

In what ways were the demands of the health insurance lobby in opposition to the health care…

Before the Affordable Care Act, health insurance companies operated in a state of monopolistic competition, in which competition over prices and services was constrained by the fact that it is…

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  • THE GIVER

What is Jonas’s Assignment in The Giver and why was it important and unusual? Use evidence from… 1 image

Jonas’s assignment as Receiver of Memory is rare because there is only one Receiver at a time and few have the ability. Jonas is selected as Receiver of Memory when he turns twelve. This is a…

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  • THE LADY OR THE TIGER?

In Stockton’s “The Lady, or the Tiger?” how is the king’s arena an agent of poetic justice?

Poetic Justice is defined as the ideal distribution of rewards, but many times in literature it tends to be an ironic twist of fate that delivers an intellectual punch. Such is the case in “The…

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  • SCIENCE

Who hired Farley Mowat? What did they want him to do?

You refer to the book Never Cry Wolf, written by naturalist Farley Mowat. In 1948-49, Mowat was sent by the Dominion Wildlife Service (renamed the Canadian Wildlife Service in 1950) to investigate…

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  • SCIENCE

Is pure water heterogenous or homogeneous?

Pure water is composed entirely of water molecules. A sample that is composed of only one substance is called a pure substance. Mixtures contain two or more different types of substances. The…

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  • HISTORY

What was the historical context surrounding Gulf War of 1990 to 1991?

In order to understand the reaction of the United States to Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait, one must first understand the larger geopolitical framework in which that short war took place. The…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

What are the six major events that occur in Act III of The Crucible?

There are many events that occur in Act 3 of The Crucible. If six major events must be specified, then the most important events are: Giles interrupts the proceedings and is eventually arrested…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How does Harper Lee presents ideas about society in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird?

Harper Lee explores the fictional county of Maycomb throughout the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, and portrays the various levels of society in unique ways. As a whole, the community of Maycomb is…

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  • THE WORLD IS FLAT

In “The World Is Flat,” do you think Friedman presents a balanced and accurate assessment of the…

  1. Do you think Friedman presents a balanced and accurate assessment of the current and future situation? Friedman attempts to be balanced by describing the negative effects of globalization,…

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  • THE WORLD IS FLAT

I need help with an assignment in which I am asked to analyze The World is Flat by Thomas…

Great question! In structuring your response to questions 1-2, I would definitely take a closer look at Friedman’s faith in the power of capitalist markets to bring global prosperity, as well as…

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  • CHILDREN’S LITERATURE

Using children’s books is a great way to teach math and science concepts across the…

There is a wide variety of excellent children’s books available to stimulate interest in both math and science. I have picked three of my personal favorites. Everyone Poops by the renowned…

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  • HISTORY

What is Chinese New Year? How is it celebrated?

The Chinese adopted the Western calendar in the early 20th Century and celebrate the New Year on January 1st like much of the world. That has not, however, lessened the excitement surrounding the…

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  • SCIENCE

What are features of plant that separate them from fungi?

Fungi and plants are two different kingdoms of multicellular eukaryotic cells. Being multicellular means that fungi and plants are made of many specialized cells. Being eukaryotes implies that the…

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  • THE ODYSSEY

How does Odysseus escape the Sirens?

In Homer’s The Odyssey, the Sirens are women famed for using their beautiful singing to entrance sailors and cause them to sail their ships into dangerous waters and drown. However, Odysseus is…

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  • GREAT EXPECTATIONS

Compare ways in which evil is presented in Macbeth and Great Expectations?

In both works, evil is presented as a willingness to destroy other lives to fulfill one’s own agenda. In Great Expectations, Miss Havisham, bitter and angry at having been left at the altar, and…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the importance of diffusion in living organisms?

Diffusion is a transport mechanism (another example of a transport mechanism is advection) in which the material moves from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower concentration….

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Discuss the “functional” status of the drug war and similar crusades (keep in mind the various…

This question seems to be founded in the conflict theory of deviance, on which the concepts of which behaviors are “normal” versus “deviant” depend upon who has power and privilege in society. The…

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  • TWELVE ANGRY MEN

In the play Twelve Angry Men, how is equality present within Juror 10?

Juror 10 is a man who does not believe in the equality of people of various races and ethnicities. At a few points during the drama, he makes it clear that he paints all people who live in the…

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