Investigate representations of Muslims in print and non print texts?

Investigate representations of Muslims in print and non print texts?

  • ESSAY LAB

Should prefects and monitors in classes be elected rather than appointed? This is an essay…

If you have to determine your position on an issue, you first have to make a list of the advantages and disadvantages of both elected and appointed leaders. This is the basis for the main points…

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  • LITERATURE

Investigate representations of Muslims in print and non print texts?

I would be very interested to see some of your findings presented. I think that there is much information out there and will have to be sorted through in terms of its validity and research value….

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  • LITERATURE

Instances from Seva Sadan that highlight the poor conditions of women, their backwardness and low…

In my mind, Premchand displays the poor conditions of women in showing that the tide of social change in India must be spoken from and with the women’s point of view in mind. Premchand displays…

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  • HISTORY

What role should America’s ideals play in its national security policy? Include historical,…

I would say that American ideals should be a part of its pursuit of national security. I think that has been a belief in such endeavors that American ideals and its practices are two separate…

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  • BUSINESS

Explain the difference between travel and tourism.

When you are looking at travel and tourism you are looking at the economic relationship within countries or regions where people will visit and boost the economy. When you are looking at tourism…

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  • EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY

“Recuerdo” by Edna St. Vincent Millay uses both feminine and masculine rhyme. Identify the…

Feminine rhyme is created when words rhyme in two or more syllables. In “Recuerdo,” which consists of nine couplets, or pairs of rhyming lines with matching meter, feminine rhyme is found in the…

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  • RICHARD III

Do you feel more intrigued or repulsed by Richard III’s character in Shakespeare?Do you feel more…

Although Shakespeare definitely accentuated the most evil characteristics of the transformation of Richard III from hero and benefactor to an evil murderer blind with ambition, the truth is that…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Define tourism as a discipline and as a phenomena. please answer this ..

Tourism is the business or activity of providing of services to person who travels away from home, for leisure (recreation, holidays, health, education, religion, and sport), business, and family…

  • THE TEMPEST

How did Ariel and Caliban come to be Prospero’s servants? Compare and contrast them and their…

Prospero can claim both Ariel and Caliban as his servants, but his attitude toward and treatment of the two are very different. Both became his slaves because of the machinations of the witch…

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  • RELIGION

Do you wish America was more religious or less religious?It seems that America is becoming more…

Let me ask a different question: Suppose you were a deeply religious person. How would you feel if a different faith became dominant in our society? Those who want more religion in our society…

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  • HISTORY

Explain four basic underlying causes of the American Civil War, which one cause was most…

The seeds of the Civil War were planted way before the fighting broke out. The original 13 colonies had been developing in very different ways. The northern states and the southern states were…

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  • SCIENCE

How does simple diffusion compare with facilitated diffusion?

Both types of diffusion involve substances moving across a membrane and going down a concentration gradient. This means that both types of diffusion do not require an input of energy. In other…

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  • SCIENCE

What factors contribute to an electrochemical gradient?

In layman’s terms, an electrochemical gradient is a substance that contributes to cell exchange of proteins and lipids through a cell membrane. It stands to reason that positive- charged ions or…

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  • SCIENCE

What are the differences between root nodules and mycorrhizae? How are each benefit to plants?

Nodules and mychorrhizae are both examples of symbiotic relationships where both the plants and the organisms involved benefit. The plants benefit by getting nutrients which they could not get…

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  • POETRY

What is the ideal private life presented in T’ao Ch’iens poetry?

I’ve selected the poem “Drinking Wine” to try to illustrate the “ideal private life” that Ch’iens depicts in his poetry. The speaker in the poem lives in a “village house without/all that racket…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Please identify two issues that are associated with human sexuality in middle adulthood.

A huge sexuality issue for middle-aged people is a decrease in sexual desire. Physical causes for this decrease include erectile dysfunction in men and symptoms of perimenopause in women….

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Cognitive changes that affect work and family in middle adulthooddescribe two cognitive changes…

I would say that one of the most profound changes to take place during middle adulthood is the idea of being cognizant of a perceived finality in consciousness. This construction of a “mid life…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

What is a quote that reveals the theme of happiness in ‘Burning Bright’? How?

At the end of Fahrenheit 451 the reference to “the tree of life” shows happiness and rebirth: And on either side of the river was there a tree of life, which bare twelve manner of fruits, and…

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  • THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

Can anyone direct me to a site that has the old world spelling of words?I need to create a…

If you school or university has access, I strongly recommend the Oxford English Dictionary. You type in a word and it gives you the definition and spelling of the word presently but also during…

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  • THE YELLOW WALLPAPER

Make a comparision with “A Rose for Emily,” the main character Miss Emily, and Jane: concerning…

Miss Emily and Jane have one main thing in common, and it is the pressure that they feel from the males in their lives to meet a certain set of expectations which the women, for lack of support,…

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  • MATH

What is the equation of the line with x-intercept 5 and y-intercept equal to 8?

We know that the x-intercept =5 Then the line passes through the point (5,0) Also we know that the y-intercept= 8, then the line passes through the point (0,8) Now we have 2 points pass through the…

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  • MATH

Find the sum of the infinite series if there is one. 1/2 +1+2+4…

S= 1/2 + 1 + 2 + 4 + 8+ …. S = Sum 2^(n-1) where n=0,1,2,…. The series is diverge to infinity, then there is no sum to the series. Or the sum is infinity. However, there is a theorem suggests…

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  • MATH

Find the inverse of the function f(x) =[(x-3)/4]^1/4

f(x) = [(x-3)/4]^1/4 To find the inverse we will assume that: y= [(x-3)/4]^1/4 Now let y to the 4th power: y^4= (x-3)/4 Multiply by 4: 4y^4 = x-3 Now add 3: 4y^4 + 3 = x Then the inverse of the…

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  • MATH

Find an equation for the line with y-intercept 3 that is perpendicular to the line y= (2/3)x-4

We know that the y-intercept is 3 Then we have the point (0,3) passes through the line Now we also know that the line is perpendicular to y=(2/3)x-4 Then the slope is (-3/2) (flip and change sign)…

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  • MATH

solve the equation: 2^(2x-1)= 8^x

2^(2x-1) = 8^x Let us simplify 8^x : 8= 2*2*2= 2^3 ==> 2^(2x-1) = (2^3)^X) ==> 2^(2x-1) = 2^3x The bases are equal, then the powers are equal: ==> 2x-1= 3x ==> x=-1 To check: 2^(2x-1)=…

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  • OUT, OUT—

In the poem “Out, Out -,” what personification is in the poem, and what words indicate…

Personification is a literary device whereby an inanimate object is given human or animate qualities. The personification in the poem “Out, Out -” has to do with the saw. The saw is described as…

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  • MATH

Solve the system: x-y-5 =0 2x-y + 17=0

x-y-5=0…….(1) 2x-y+17=0……(2) We will use the elimination method to solve: First , subtract (1) from (2): x + 22 =0 ==> x= -22 ==> y= x-5= -22-5= -27 To check answer: x-y-5=0 -22-(-27…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

How many times did you change your major in college?So many high school graduates have no clue…

I actually never changed my major. I declared elementary ed. immediately and stuck with it. I thought I wanted to minor in math, but before I even took a single math class, I ended up switching…

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  • LITERATURE

In the poem “Problems with Hurricanes” by Hernandez Cruz, how does the poet create a humorous…

In “Problems with Hurricanes,” the poet Victor Hernandez Cruz creates a humorous tone about the serious subject of hurricanes. The poet does this by describing how some people are killed in…

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  • LITERATURE

TRAGEDY IN DR.FAUSTUSDISCUSS DR.FAUSTUS LIKE A GREEK TRAGEDY.

DISCUSS WITH RELATED TERMS PERTAINING TO THE TOPIC (SAY, HAMARTIA,PEREPETIA ETC)

  • MATH

Decompose into partial fractions: 5x^3+6x^2+5x / (x^2-1)(x+1)

To decompose (5x^3+6x^2+5x)/(x^2-1)(x+1) into partial fraction. Solution: Numerator and denominators are of the same degree, with leading terms 5x^3 and x^3. So we can get get a quotient 5 and a…

  • REFERENCE

ID retrievalI have forgotten my orkut ID but i remember the password? What should I do? It’s…

When you go to the log in page, you should be able to find a forgot my user ID button to push. Sometimes you can also use your email address, because occasionally it can be used interchangeably…

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  • SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY LITERATURE

Can you give me a questionnaire about the following topic: science fiction and fantasy in…

I would say that the short answer is “no,” I am not sure anyone can devise a questionnaire for you because the specific elements have not been identified. Any questionnaire must address some…

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  • A DOLL’S HOUSE

What are some inner conflicts Nora faces in this story?

Nora suffers greatly from inner conflicts through the story. The first is the want to please in order to justify her role in the family. She is a mother and a wife, but she has surrendered to the…

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  • MATH

model of cylindrical fuel tank has raDIUS OF 5cm and hieght of 12cm on model 1cm represent…

1cm of the model represents 1.25meter. So when the model is 5 cm radius ,the actual radius = 5*1.25 = 6.25m The model’s height of 12cm represents = 12*1.25* = 15m So the actual cylinder’s…

  • MATH

model of cylindrical fuel tank has raDIUS OF 5cm and hieght of 12cm on model 1cm represent…

The model tank measures: 5 cm radius (r) 12 cm height (h) 1 cm represents 1.25 m but 1 m = 100 cm Then: 1 cm represents 125 cm Then the actual tank measures: 5*125= 625 cm = 6.25 m radius 12*125 =…

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  • THE FLOWERS

How does the story “The Flowers” by Alice Walker relate to society?

On its surface, and almost until the very end, “The Flowers” seems to be a sweet little tale about a girl, Myop, who is enjoying a stroll through the forest. She is young, happy, innocent and…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

How did the English language emerge as a global language in the 20 century?answer in detail

I think the answer to this lies in history really. English was the language of the most imperialistic nations. The perks of being part of an imperialistic empire are a lot of resources, people who…

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  • THE CANTERBURY TALES

What is Chaucer’s contribution as a poet and as author of The Canterbury Tales?

Chaucer’s indebtness to French poetry cannot be mitigated. Expressing no interest in older English forms, the Roman de la Rose was the primary influence in Chaucer’s poetry as he translated this…

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  • SEABISCUIT: AN AMERICAN LEGEND

What are some symbols in Seabiscuit by: Laura Hillenbrand?I would love it if you added the…

I would say that the most overwhelming symbol in Hilebrand’s work is the horse itself. When placed in the context of 1930’s Depression America, so much of what Seabiscuit, the horse,…

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  • SCIENCE

What is an explanation for cooperative behavior among non-related animals?I understand the…

I am assuming by non-related, that your teacher means animals that are of the same species, but are not related kin (family). From an evolutionary standpoint, the cooperation must provide a…

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  • A PASSAGE TO INDIA

In Passage to India, the subaltern is mentioned twice, the 1st is in ch6, whereas he played polo…

I think this points more to the overall theme of the book, that cultural differences between the Indians and the British are so entrenched, that they may take a lifetime to change, if indeed they…

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  • PHILOSOPHY

When you speak or write, do you own the words that you have created? What about the thoughts that…

This is a fairly intense question. It goes to the very nature of who we are as human beings and what we think and believe. It also goes to what motivates us and what is the relationship between…

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  • THE COP AND THE ANTHEM

Who is Soapy in O’Henry’s story “The Cop and the Anthem?”only homeless….

Soapy, the central character in O’Henry’s story “The Cop and the Anthem,” is a homeless man in New York City who reasons that if he could only get himself arrested, he would be imprisoned on…

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  • MAYA ANGELOU

What is concept of Woman work By Maya Angelou and can this poem tie into education?

The primary concept of “Woman Work” is the idea of that the social and cultural responsibilities of being a woman might have to be balanced with the construction of space that could be a…

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  • MATH

How to find the width of the river?

You can have the width of the river without crossing it or the height of the tree without climbing, using school geometry or (trigonometry). We assume the river is of constant width at the place…

  • LITERATURE

Who is your favorite author, and what sets him or her apart?Who is your favorite author, and what…

I have always been partial to Salman Rushdie. I just think that he develops and discusses themes that I feel are extremely important to the things that I find fascinating. For example, the…

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  • THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK

Read the diary of anne frank and explain about segregation of jews and cruelities commited on…

In the diary of Anne Frank, the family owned the business where the Franks and the others were hiding. The changes that were surrounding the Franks began with the Jews being targeted for their…

  • FAHRENHEIT 451

What is the most significant section in Fahrenheit 451 and Why? How does it move the story…

I think that you can use this analysis for n

  • THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK

early every significant moment in the novel. This becomes an issue for the independent reader to determine and justify on their own. A case could be…

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  • MATH

Perform (2x+5)(4x^2+x-7) 8x^3-22x^2+19x-35 28x^2-7x-35 8x^3-28x^2-19x+35 8x^3+22x^2-9x-35

(2x+5)(4x^2+x -7) First we are going to multiply 2x by (4x^2 + x -7), then we will multiply 5 by (4x^2 + x -7) and add both: =2x*(4x^2 +x -7) + 5*(4x^2 + x -7) = (8x^3 + 2x^2 -14x) + (20x^2 +5x…

 


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