In what terrible way does Macbeth deal with Macduff, one of the noblemen at the court who was…

In what terrible way does Macbeth deal with Macduff, one of the noblemen at the court who was…

  • MACBETH

In what terrible way does Macbeth deal with Macduff, one of the noblemen at the court who was…

In Act 3 of Macbeth, Macbeth is crowned King of Scotland and after his coronation, he holds a banquet in honor of his new title. However, two men are missing from the banquet: Banquo (Macbeth has…

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  • MATH

ABCD is a square with AB=12. Point P is in interior and the distances to A,B and to the side CD…

We are given that ABCD is a square with AB=12. Point P is inside the square and the distances to A,B and to the side CD are equal. We have to find this distance. Now the distance of P from A and B…

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  • MISERY

Discuss the conflicts in Misery by Stephen King.

I think that we can see several conflicts of note in King’s work. One of the most foundational is the relationship between artist and public. The conflict between what Sheldon wishes to have his…

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  • MATH

How do you find the solution of the exponential equation 10^(1 – x) = 6^x ?

10^(1-x) = 6^x First we will apply logarithm to both sides: ==> log (10^(1-x) = log 6^x Now from logarithm properties, we know that: log a^b = b*log a ==> (1-x) * log 10 = x*log 6 But we know…

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  • MATH

Find the solution of the exponential equation , correct to four decimal places. e^(-4x) = 6

Given the equation e^(-4x) = 6. We need to find x values where the equality holds. To solve the exponent equation, will apply the natural logarithm to both sides: ==> ln e^(-4x) = ln 6 Now we…

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  • GREASY LAKE

What is the irony in the greasy lake

Perhaps the main irony is within the characters themselves. They like to think of themselves as “bad characters” and go to Greasy Lake because it is a place of darkness and danger. The fact that…

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  • GREAT EXPECTATIONS

In what ways can we look at fiction as history in the novel Great Expectations?

Very concerned with the effects of the Industrial Revolution, Charles Dickens perceived the changes to Victorian society. A migration to London began with the poor who lost jobs in the agrarian…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

Discuss Juliet’s relationship with Capulet.

I think part of what makes the relationship between Capulet and Juliet so challenging to dissect is because it seems that their relationship reflects most father/ daughter relationships of the…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What would social difference (racial/ethnic) in the U.S be like as an insider?What would social…

This is somewhat of an unclear question. Are you asking how an insider (in the sense of a member of the dominant group) would see racial and ethnic differences in the US? Or are you asking how an…

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  • ROBINSON CRUSOE

I WANT TO ASK how robinson crusoe represents the 18th c?i mean in his spirit of adventure…

Click on colonialism at “top tags in RC”, its probably the most 18th century about the novel. James Joyce has famously said: “”R.C. is the true prototype of the British colonist. … The whole…

  • THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Explain the irony in the following quote from The Taming of the Shrew and what type of irony it…

This line, coming as it does in Act I scene 1, helps develop the exposition of the plot. Tranio and Lucentio have just witnessed the exasperated Baptista’s final effort to marry off both of his…

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  • BUSINESS

Why do demographic and psychographic strategies fit together?

I assume that you are talking about demographic and psychographic strategies of market segmentation. Psychographic segmentation is the technique of looking at the personalities of potential…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

Discuss the relationship between Juliet and Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet.

The initial impressions of the relationship between Juliet and her mother is one of a dutiful child and parent. We can see this in the opening act when Lady Capulet summons her daughter and Juliet…

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  • HISTORY

Compare and contrast 3 of his works. Briefly describe them, when they were produced and why….

Somehow, I look at all the questions you have asked in the last 3-4 days, and I wonder if you are asking us to do your homework. The question even reads to provide your OWN review. Please be…

  • HISTORY

For whom did Michelangelo write poetry?

Michelangelo met the poet Vittoria Colonna in 1538. The relationship that developed between the two was one of deep platonic love. They had an intense admiration for each other and each other’s…

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  • MICHELANGELO

What key figure is located on the tomb of Pope Julius II?…

Pope Julius II was an extremely powerful man, and Michelangeo did his famous work on the Sistine Chapel for him. Pope Julius was considered a taskmaster and ruthless in his ambition. The link…

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  • MICHELANGELO

What works of Michelangelo are considered some of the finest pictorial images of all time?…

I believe that the answer you are looking for can be found in the “Mid Years” section of the link that you provided. The images that, according to the site, are some of the finest of all time are…

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  • MICHELANGELO

Which pope commissioned Michelangelo’s first Vatican project and what was the project?

Giuliano della Rovere or Julius II as he came to be known after he became the Pope between the years 1503 and 1513 was a fine patron of the arts. He commissioned Michelangelo for his first work for…

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  • THERE WILL COME SOFT RAINS

In “There Will Come Soft Rains,” give three descriptions of the setting which contribute to the…

The setting is obviously based around a future world with an unprecedented level of technological sophistication. But your question also points towards the mood that is created by the description…

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  • SONNET 116

How does Shakespeare use the sonnet form to develop the theme in “Sonnet 116”?

The majority of sonnets structurally include what is called a “turn,” or a shift in focus or thought. Where this turn occurs in each sonnet of course varies, but what is interesting about this…

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  • A DOLL’S HOUSE

In A Doll’s House, what is the significance of Dr. Rank’s death?

If we are thinking about the play as a whole, Dr. Rank is an interesting character who supports the idea presented through the Helmer family that there is always retribution for past deeds. Notice…

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  • HISTORY

What are the key issues, personalities, stages and events of the Civil Rights Movement?Civil…

This would take a term paper to address completely, but let me highlight some key pieces of information and areas to examine in conducting research to complete this “list.” Key figures that come to…

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  • ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA

Cleopatra is neither a scheming politcian nor a wanton whore, but rather a lady in love in Antony…

I think that there are several conditions within the statement that can be debated. In my mind, the first is that the characteristics offered are all mutually exclusive. That is to say that…

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  • THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

In The Merchant of Venice, Act II, what is stopping Launcelot Gobbo from running away?

Launcelot opens Act II, scene ii in an internal argument between his conscience and “the fiend at [his] elbow.” One, the fiend, is tempting him to run away, and one, his conscience, is cautioning…

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  • THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

In The Merchant of Venice, what does Morocco say to impress Portia?

Act II, scene vii introduces the Prince of Morocco. He has come to attempt to win Portia’s hand by selecting, between three, the casket that holds the picture of Portia. If he chooses correctly,…

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  • BUSINESS

If aggregate demand is same as Gross Domestic Product, why is a different concept introduced?

Aggregate demand is a curve that represents the total demand in a nation of goods and services for changing price levels. One of the points on this curve which corresponds to a particular price…

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  • PHYSICS

Why are we protected from lightning sitting in our cars?

A bolt of lightning is a very short duration AC discharge of a very high voltage. There have been many reasons postulated as to why we are safe during a lightning storm inside our cars. One of them…

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  • THE LOTTERY

In “The Lottery,” what role does Old Man Warner play in the story?

Great question! Although Old Man Warner is just a minor character in this masterful short story, it is well worth thinking about how he is used by Jackson to support one of the central themes in…

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  • MATH

(x+1)(2x-5)=0Not sure if I am heading in the right direction by x(2x-5)+1(2x-5)=0 2x^2-5x+1x-5=0

I think you have made a few mistakes in your question and I have corrected them. Now you have given that (x+1)(2x – 5) =0 This is sufficient to find the values of x. You can merely equate x+1 to 0…

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  • MATH

Give an example of when it would be beneficial to choose one type of discount instead of another.

Your question is very vague. I will try to give an example and explain the concept. Assume you go to a supermarket A and you are offered a discount of 10% on a product by the manufacturer and the…

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  • HEALTH

THINKING ABOUT ME AND MY MOVEMENT DISORDER Hello. Probably you or any immediate family suffer…

I think it is excellent that you have managed to maintain a good mood despite these symptoms. I can see how it would make a person subconscious to have a movement disorder, and not be able to…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

How can the treatment of African Americans in the 1930’s relate to Of Mice and Men? Of Mice and…

The situation of Crooks, the stable worker in Of Mice and Men, represents that of the African-American in the 1930s: Disenfranchised like the white migrant workers, Crooks is further isolated by…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

How would the criminal justice system be different today if the founding fathers had decided not…

This is, of course, a matter of conjecture because we cannot know what would have been. However, I think you could argue that our criminal justice system would be more of a patchwork than it is…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Is social class or gender more important in shaping the life of an individual born in the United…

In my opinion, social class is more important in shaping the lives of Americans than gender is. I say that because I believe that men and women of a similar social class tend to have more in…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What is an indirect quote that shows Atticus’s courage?To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Certainly, Atticus’s bravery is exhibited in Chapter 10 when takes Mr. Tate’s rifle after so many years of not having held one and shoots Tim Johnson, the rabid dog. When Mr. Tate, the sheriff…

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  • BIOLOGY

Why did our body choose DNA to store our genetic information? Why can’t RNA store it ?

DNA or deoxyribonucleic acid has C-H bonds between its constituent sugars. These bonds are less reactive and show a high stability in alkaline conditions. The grooves in DNA are also smaller; this…

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  • A CHRISTMAS CAROL

In stave 2, why does Scrooge’s girlfriend think Scrooge is obsessed with money?A Christmas Carol…

With the Ghost of Christmas Past in Stave Two, Ebenezer Scrooge finds himself a young man, sitting beside “a fair young girl in a mourning-dress” who tells him that he has changed as all his other…

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  • POETRY

Can you analyze the poem (Ballad)”Robin Hood Rescuing Three Squires No. 140, Version B”?I need…

Robin Hood Rescuing Three Squires No. 140, Version B is a poem about Robin Hood’s bravery and trickery. Playing tricks is characteristic of Robin Hood. Saving the day is too. At the beginning of…

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  • A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND

What are the main structural elements in “A Good man is Hard to Find”?

When we consider the “structural elements” of a text, it the plot that we are thinking about and the way that the author has structured the plot elements to reinforce the message that they are…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

If I were to use the theme of loneliness as part of a thesis statement for Of Mice and Men, could…

Loneliness is a major theme in Of Mice and Men, so the topic itself is fine for a thesis, but remember a thesis is supposed to make a claim or argument, so consider carefully what you want to say…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What would social difference (racial/ethnic) in the U.S be like as an outsider-within?What would…

Let me address this from my own point of view because you can argue that I am an outsider-within due to racial or ethnic factors. As a highly educated American citizen, I should be (you can argue)…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Why didn’t England want to join the Schengen Area?Schengen Area is one kind of multinational…

My understanding is that Britain’s opposition to joining the Schengen Agreement was due to its desire to maintain complete sovereignty over its borders. Under the agreement, as you have noted,…

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  • 1984

What does George Orwell explain in the three parts of the novel 1984

The breakdown of the novel was described to me in a very easy to understand way in my high school literature class (many years ago). Orwell broke the novel into three parts, which shows Winston…

  • LAW AND POLITICS

How has the internet changed the debate on pornography?How has the internet changed the debate on…

The internet has changed the debate on pornography in a number of ways, depending on what aspect of the debate you are talking about. Since you have posted this under law, let me talk a bit about…

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  • MATH

Find the minimum values of g(x) =5x^2 – 5x + 7

Given the parabola g(x) = 5x^2 – 5x + 7. We need to find the minimum value. First, we need to find the first derivative. ==> g'(x) = 10x – 5 Now we will calculate the critical values which is…

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  • MATH

Find the perimeter of the triangle whose vertices A(2,3) B(4,8) and C ( -1,-6)

Given the points A(2,3) B(4,8) and C ( -1,-6) are the vertices’s of the triangle. We need to find the perimeter of the triangle ABC. First, we will determine the length of the sides: AB = sqrt(…

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  • IMMANUEL KANT

Discuss the implications of the following— Kant may say: “We have a ‘duty’ not to throw trash…

Kant’s categorical imperative states that the morality of an action can be determined by asking the question: if everyone did what I am considering to do, what would happen? If the answer is that…

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  • MATH

Find the solution for the following quadratic equations: a) 3x^2 + 9x – 27 = 0 b) x^2 + 2x…

  1. a) 3x^2 + 9x – 27 = 0 First let us divide by 3 to simplify the equation: ==> x^2 + 3x – 9) = 0 Now we will use the formula to solve. We know that: x = [ -b +- sqrt(b^2-4ac)]/ 2*a Let us…

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  • MATH

find x values if l 2x -5 l + 7 < 10

l 2x -5 l + 7 < 10 First lest us subtract 7 from both sides: ==> l 2x – 5 l < 10 – 7 ==> l 2x -5 l < 3 Now we have two cases: Case(1); ( 2x -5) < 3 Add 5 to both sides. ==> 2x…

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  • THE APPRENTICESHIP OF DUDDY KRAVITZ

In The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, is Duddy at all justified in making the prank phone call…

Mr. MacPherson suspects, but cannot prove, that Duddy made the prank call that ended in the death of his wife. He suspects that this is in retaliation for the insult that MacPherson made against…

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