Is honey a heterogeneous or a homogeneous mixture?

Is honey a heterogeneous or a homogeneous mixture?

  • THE GREAT GATSBY

What did F. Scott Fitzgerald achieve by using Nick’s point of view to tell Gatsby’s story?

By using a so-called “minor character as narrator” point of view, the author is able to inject his own commentary on the characters and events in the story without interfering with the dramatic…

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  • HISTORY

How does geography affect culture?

In this question, what you are really asking is how physical geography affects culture, which is one part of human geography. This is a question about how the physical nature of a given area…

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  • SCIENCE

What facts about military pilots and engineers can be known for a project on aviation?

Pilots are people who are responsible for operating the controls of an aircraft while in flight. Simple aircraft will only require manual control of the aircraft’s parts. As aircraft becomes more…

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  • LYDDIE

What happens in Ch.15 of Lyddie by Katherine Patterson?

In chapter 15 of Lyddie, we see that work is getting better for Lyddie. She was at first angry that she had to train Brigid, but now she is getting closer to her. Lyddie thinks she is almost done…

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  • HISTORY

What efffect did the Industrial Revolution promote or hinder in the Biblical mission of Christian…

The Industrial Revolution produced effects which demanded the attention of formalized religion and religious groups because the human condition deteriorated so much for those who came from country…

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  • JOY HARJO

Why did Joy Harjo write She Had Some Horses?

Joy Harjo is well-known for her connection to Native American culture, having been born to Creek Indian and Cherokee French parents. She Had Some Horses comes from her collection of the same name…

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  • THE MONK

Would you consider Ambrosio in Matthew Lewis’ The Monk a Byronic hero? Why or why not?

One could logically conclude that any individual who sells his soul to Satan in exchange for the opportunity to have sex with a fair maiden who views that individual through the prism of religious…

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  • THE COLLECTOR

What typical ”crime fiction genre” conventions are used in John Fowles’ novel The Collector?

John Fowles’ The Collector falls more appropriately in the subgenre of psychological thriller than in the more conventional crime fiction associated with mystery writers. Fowles’ anti-hero,…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What are some things that the other characters have said about Atticus in To Kill a Mockingbird?

Whenever someone possesses a strong character, people usually feel strongly about this person, either admiring or disparaging him. Such is the case with Atticus Finch, whose admirers are many, but…

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  • LITERATURE

In his book William Penn and the Quaker Legacy, author John A. Moretta makes the case that while…

As online access to the book William Penn and the Quaker Legacy by John A. Moretta is limited, below are some ideas to help get you started concerning how Quakers view debt, why William Penn needed…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

In Japan, do differences in technological innovation systems fundamentally determine the…

Japan has long prided itself on its centralized system of establishing policy for the direction in which it wants its economy to move. Unlike the United States, where the concept of industrial…

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  • MATH

Solve each system using substitution. y+6=2x 4x-10y=37

y+6=2x 4x-10y=37 To solve a system of equations, first we solve for a variable (x or y) in one equation, and then plug it into the other equation. We will solve the first equation for y.

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  • GERALDO NO LAST NAME

What would be a good thesis statement for Sandra Cisneros’ short story “Geraldo No Last Name”…

Something interesting that Sandra Cisneros’ short story “Gerald No Last Name” reveals is how socioeconomic failures, like economic failures that produce the need to seek illegal work, can lead to a…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

In a five paragraph paper, please describe three (3) most critical challenges facing Governor…

Governor Charlie Baker of Massachusetts, as with many state-level chief executives, has no shortage of pressing issues with which to contend during the current fiscal and calendar years. Chief…

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  • SCIENCE

Given that the Sun’s lifetime is about 10 billion years, estimate the life expectancy of a…

The life expectancy of a particular star has inversely proportional relationship with its mass. Therefore if the mass of the star is less than solar mass, it will have a longer life than the sun…

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  • SCIENCE

A star 56 pc away has an apparent magnitude of 6.9. What is its absolute magnitude?

To solve, apply the formula:  where d is the distance of the star from the Earth in parsecs m is the apparent magnitude of the star, and M is the absolute magnitude. Plugging-in…

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  • MATH

Prove that  .

First, the limit of a product is the product of the limits. So lim[f(x)g(x)]=LK where lim f(x)=L and lim g(x)=K, assuming the limits exist. (1) limit as x…

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  • MATH
  1. a) Find the vertical asymptotes of the function b) Confirm your…

The vertical asymptotes are the values which x can not equal. Therefore, 0 In order to find the zeroes solve:  Factor to get:  Use the zero property to solve for…

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  • MATH

For the function f whose graph is given, state the value of each quantity, if it exists. If it… 2 images

We are asked to find the limit of h(x) as x approaches -3 from the left, the right, and the limit if it exists. The limit as x approaches -3 from the left is 4. The limit as x approaches -3 from…

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  • MATH

Use the graph of f to state the value of each quantity, if it exists. If it does not exist,… 1 image

  1. a) This notation means “the limit of function f(x) when x is approaching 2 from the left side.” (The left side is indicated by minus after 2, which means that x remains…

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  • SCIENCE

A star has apparent magnitude 10.0 and absolute magnitude 2.5. How far away is it in parsecs?

apparent magnitude (m) = 10.0 absolute magnitude (M) = 2.5 Distance can be determined by the formula:  This yields  This equals  = 316.228 =…

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  • MATH

Explain what it means to say that  In…

This is the limit of a function as the input x approaches 1 from the left. Technically, this means that for any real number epsilon greater than 0, there is a delta…

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  • MATH

Christoffer plays 21 with a friend. In front of him he has three cards: a 4, an 8, and a 2. The…

You have a 4, an 8, and a 2 and you want to know the probability of getting 21: There are a few different ways to reach 21. We will add the probabilities of each to get the total probability. We…

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  • SCIENCE

Two stars – A and B, with luminosities 0.5 and 4.5 times the luminosity of the Sun,…

Stellar flux is the stellar luminosity divided by the surface area of the imaginary sphere it is situated in.   Therefore, …

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  • SCIENCE

What is the luminosity in solar units of a star having three times the radius of the Sun and a…

The luminosity of a star is related to its surface temperature and radius as:  Where L is the luminosity in Watts, R is the radius in meters,  is the Stefan-Boltzmann…

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  • HISTORY

What are some medieval forms of art?

This is quite a question because the “medieval” time period encompasses over one thousand years in Europe! That involves countless artists and many art movements! The medieval art of the Western…

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  • HISTORY

How successful was the blitzkrieg method? Include Poland, the Low Countries, France, and the…

I would argue that the set of tactics known as blitzkrieg were largely successful but that they were not successful in all circumstances. Blitzkrieg was a highly mobile style of war that relied…

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  • NIGHT

What is a genre?

This is an interesting question because you ask for a definition, but placed your question under the topic of Elie Wiesel’s Night. I will begin with the definition and then go into how Elie…

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  • THINGS FALL APART

I have been given the topic African post-colonial literature for my dissertation. I will be…

As the question notes, all three specified texts – Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart, J.M. Coetzee’s Disgrace, and Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness – involve, to varying degrees, the…

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  • THE DEVIL IN THE WHITE CITY

From the book The Devil in the White City, what could be an interesting theme (with examples)…

What a wonderful essay prompt! I would suggest the theme of wealth amid corruption. Realize, though, saying that the story has a “similarity” between Gilded Age America and saying that the story…

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  • OLD YELLER

In Old Yeller by Fred Gipson, what is the author’s writing style? Please provide three details…

An author’s writing style is comprised of many separate aspects that all work together to represent that individual’s unique personality as displayed through their authorial “voice” and their…

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  • LITERATURE

What is the setting in the story Spring Moon?

The House of Chang during the late Ch’ing Manchu Dynasty–the times of the Opium Wars, the Taiping Rebellion and the ending of that dynasty to the Communist Revolution. The Ch’ing Manchu Dynasty…

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  • HISTORY

Give three reasons for why the Simon Commission was opposed.

The Simon Commission was opposed primarily because it did not have any Indian representation in the assemblage. The government of Britain had appointed this Commission in 1927. The goal of the…

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  • WAITING FOR GODOT

Explain in detail the theme of “uncertainty” in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot. Estragon:…

One of John Steinbeck’s characters from Of Mice and Men, who is forced into a solitary life, bemoans the uncertainty of aloneness as he observes that one cannot be certain that anything is real if…

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  • TWENTY YEARS AT HULL-HOUSE

How did Jane Addams choices and opinions fit into the prevailing attitudes of the middle class?

I think that one way in which Addams’s choices and opinions fit into prevailing middle class attitudes was in how she believed that everyone could find a realm of community within Hull- House….

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  • THE LEAP

What are the literal and figurative leaps in the story “The Leap”?

In “The Leap” by Louise Eldrich, the narrator relates the life of her mother, one-half of the Flying Avalons, who executed an amazing leap that saved her life and the life of her unborn daughter….

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  • DEATH AND THE MAIDEN

Act 1 Scene 3 in Death and the Maiden has no dialogue. How is suspense created through Paulina’s…

Act I scene 3 of Death and the Maiden is a pivotal scene in the play. In scene 2, we meet Roberto, the doctor who had stopped to help Paulina’s husband with his flat tire. When Paulina hears the…

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  • THE MIRACLE WORKER

How can I empathize with Annie Sullivan from the play The Miracle Worker?

The word empathy inpsychological terms denotes that one mentally enters into the feeling or spirit of another person. Empathy, then, is an appreciative understanding, and in order to have such an…

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  • BLACK BOY: A RECORD OF CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH

Originally, the title of Richard Wright’s book Black Boy: A Record of Childhood and Youth was…

Richard Wright did not so much change the title of his autobiography and sociological examination of race in America from American Hunger to Black Boy as he simply divided his literary work into…

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  • SCIENCE

Is honey a heterogeneous or a homogeneous mixture?

Honey is a homogenous mixture. The difference between homogeneous and heterogeneous is the degree to which the materials that comprise the matter in question are distributed equally or unequally…

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  • MATH

write a problem that can be solved by making a table and using a pattern.Then solve the problem.

Here is an example of a problem that can be solve using a table and a pattern:Alice needs  gal of water to water a plant. How many gallons of water will she need for  plants?We know that for…

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  • HEALTH

What assessment should be made as nurse and how would your findings influence your decision if…

This question had been held a long time by another educator and then released. The probable reason for that is because a highly technical medical question is beyond the purview of this service….

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  • TEACHERS

Looking for book suggestions for 6th graders. I will be facilitating a book group for 6th…

As a middle school Science teacher I may not have a whole lot of input into book choices, however the more prominent one that stands to my mind is The Giver. In The Giver you begin with a world…

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  • LYDDIE

What is the chapter summary for chapter 16 in Lyddie by Kathryn Patterson?

Lyddie is the story of a young girl who must go to work in factories to help save the family farm. Lyddie’s mother is unable to do anything, her father has died, and she must go and become the…

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  • MATH

I’m studying for my act and I have no clue how to do geometry. Please can help and show me steps…

Hello, your data you have given us makes very little sense without a picture. I’m going to create one and attach it to the picture. Use it as reference to the following explanation. A line segment…

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  • PERCY JACKSON AND THE OLYMPIANS: THE LIGHTNING THIEF

What are some myth references in the novel and how are they useful in understanding the struggle…

There were a few references to original myths throughout the movie, starting with Percy sounding somewhat like Perseus, the name of the demigod son of Poseidon (Percy’s father) and a mortal woman….

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  • THINGS FALL APART

What are the different crimes and punishments in Things Fall Apart and how do they relate to the…

In Igbo culture, crime and its punishment are regulated strictly by the elders of the village, in consultation with the gods and goddesses of the tribe. Final punishment is decided by the gods,…

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  • ASTRONOMY

How far away in parsecs is the star Spica if its parallax is 0.0120”? How far away is Spica in…

In astronomy, a parallax refers to the angular distance between a celestial body and the observation point at earth’s surface. Since we see the celestial body up in the sky, we measure the distance…

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  • HOW TO WRITE A SUMMARY

How to write a restaurant review?

There are a number of issues that are generically included in restaurant reviews, and the quality of the review is sometimes contingent on the breadth of experience of the person writing the review…

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  • FRANKENSTEIN

In Frankenstein, how does Mary Shelley present the character of Frankenstein and his reaction to…

In her classic of gothic literature, Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus, Mary Shelley portrays her “protagonist” as fanatically committed to an end, the result and implications of which he…

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