Is the job of Phagocytosis simply to eat microorganisms ? Are there anymicroorganisms that…

Is the job of Phagocytosis simply to eat microorganisms ? Are there anymicroorganisms that…

  • SCIENCE

Is the job of Phagocytosis simply to eat microorganisms ? Are there anymicroorganisms that…

Yes, phagocytes are part of your immune system and immunologic response. They help to protect us from disease. Phagocytes are a type of leukocyte as is a neutrophil. Phagocytes search out and…

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  • OTHELLO

How has Shakespeare used Desdemona and Iago to portray the good and evil of human nature?I have…

You might discuss the difficulty of judging good and evil. Othello is a good man–honorable, brave, skilled, but he makes a horrible error in judgment. In Act 3, scene 3, Othello chooses Iago…

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  • BUSINESS

production and operation management Do you think time motion and work study has relevance on shop…

I think it depends on the type of factory that you are talking about. So many of today’s factories are so automated that there is little to fo a motion or time study on. These were common when…

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  • HEART OF DARKNESS

In Heart of Darkness there is an accountant, a brickmaker, and a Russian. What is the point by…

All three of these minor characters are important in the novella for two main reasons: (1) like Marlow, they too are employees of the company but because they have been there longer have more…

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  • WALT WHITMAN

Can you interpret the poem Had I the Choice by Walt Whitman?I am taking a class where we have to…

The language of imagery is present in Whitman’s poem. Driving from the subjective sense of self, Whitman is able to construct a realm where he is able to link the personal experience with an…

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  • MATH

solve for x and y : 2x-3y= 8 x+5y= 15

2x – 3y = 8………(1) x + 5y = 15………(2) We will use the elimination method : First , multiply (2) by -2 and add to (1) 2x – 3y = 8 …..(1) -2*(2) -2x – 10 y = – 30…..(3) Now add (1) and…

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  • MATH

find x if ln x^2 + ln 9 = 2

lnx^2 + ln 9 = 2 We know that lnx + ln y = ln x*y ==> ln x^2 + ln 9 = 2 ==> ln 9x^2 = 2 ==> 9x^2 = e^2 ==> x^2 = (e^2)/9 ==> x = e/3

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  • THE MAGICIAN’S NEPHEW

Can someone please help me out with the historical time period for the novel The Magician’s Nephew?

Although The Magician’s Nephew was the 6th book published in the Chronicles of Narnia series, chronologically it actually comes first. It is what is known as a “prequal.” The setting (outside…

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  • MATH

What is the hieght of the cylinder if you know that it is filled to half with 35 cm^3 of water…

Since the cylinder was filled to half with water, then the volume (v)= 2*35= 70 cm^3 We also know that the cirumference = 2r*pi= 10 ==> r= 10/2*pi= 5/pi But we know that the area of the base…

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  • MATH

find the height of the pyramid if you know that the volume= 30 and the diameter for the base= 6

We know that the volume for the pyramid is: V = 1/3*h*a (where h is the height and a is the area of the base) ==> 30= 1/3*h * a ==> h= 90/a Now we know that thw area of the base a is: a= r^2…

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  • THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER

What does Tom draw to impress Becky?

The answer to this question can be found in Chapter 6. Tom draws a house and a man. Although he draws them very badly, Becky Thatcher must be at least a little bit impressed. We can tell that…

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  • MATH

find the area of a right angle triangle if you kow that the hypotenuse= 21 and one of the sides = 10

We have the right angle triagle with sides a, and b and hypotenuse c We know that: c= 21 a= 10 We need to calculate b According the Pythagorean theorem: c^2 = a^2 + b^2 ==> 21^2 = 10^2 + b^2…

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  • MATH

if you know that sinx = 3/5 calculate cosx

We have sinx = 3/5 We will use the right angle triangle to solve. We know that sinx = opposite / hypotenuse = 3/5 Then : opposite= 3 Hypotenuse = 5 Now we will calculate the adjacent: we know that…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

I have to perform in a group discussion in class in favour of democracy.plzzzzzzzzzz help…

Just about any point can be opposed by the other side, so I don’t know about that… The main point that can be raised in favor of democracy is that it gives people the widest range of freedoms. A…

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  • SCIENCE

When giving activated charcoal to a patient who has overdosed on pills, how do the doctors or…

Activated charcoal is commonly given for acute overdose if the time of ingestion is less than two hours. Theoretically, the charcoal binds the substance (pills, medications) in the gastric mucosa…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

How would one reconcile the core ideas between The End of History and the Last Man and The Clash…

The most evident level of comparison in both works is what the post Cold War world will resemble. This is where both thinkers begin their argument. Fukuyama’s beliefs are rooted in the idea that…

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  • TEACHERS

Do you thing single-gender classes are helpful for struggling students?Do you thing single-gender…

There actually has been a good deal of research into this topic. You no doubt have already done some research to check this out, but if not, I highly recommend you do an online search. The data…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

The use of hyperbole in The Great Gatsby?What are some examples of hyperbole in The Great Gatsby?…

Hyperbole is exaggeration used for effect, and frankly the entire novel is rather hyperbolic. I mean, you have these hugely rich characters living on this grand scale–everything about them is…

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  • ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT

In chapter eleven in All Quiet on the Western Front support the following statement:”When one…

Although this Paul makes this statement in Chapter 11 near the end of the novel, he has been building up the support for it throughout the novel. The soldiers enter the war with little to no…

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  • HISTORY

Why did Martin Luther King Jr. and other leaders support nonviolence as a strategy for civil…

There were, in my opinion, two main reasons for this: I believe that Dr. King believed that nonviolence was a more moral strategy than one that included violence. Nonviolence is certainly (you can…

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  • THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

In “The Catcher in the Rye”, who are Holden’s heroes?If you could list their significance as well…

Holden’s biggest hero is his little sister, Phoebe. She is his hero because she is an innocent child that has not been corrupted by the phonies of the world. He admires his former teacher, Mr….

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  • MATH

spiner is spun twice find the probabilty of the outcomes( the spinner is labeled 1 to 8 with a…

The possible outcomes are : 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 , 6, 8 The possible outcomes of getting a number less that 3 is: 1, 2 Then, the probability= 2/8 The possible outcomes of getting a number greater than 5…

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  • CRY, THE BELOVED COUNTRY

Why did the late Arthur Jarvis devote himself to the service of South Africa in Cry, the Beloved…

In Chapter 24, Arthur Jarvis, through his writings, reveals why he has decided to devote himself to the service of South Africa. Having come to a realization as an adult of the dire state of…

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  • SAILING TO BYZANTIUM

What are the sailing to Byzantium?

Sailing to Byzantium is a poem by Yeats. In it, Yeats describes what it is like to grow old. The first line states that the country in which he currently lives “is no country for old men” but…

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  • 1984

The world where Winston lives has contradictions. What role do they play in the framework of…

The world where Winston lives is full of contradictions and each has a role in adding to the confusion that surrounds not only Winston, but all of the people in Oceania who care to notice. One of…

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  • A&P

What is happening on that time when John Updike wrote the story? Is it the story are related to…

This short story was published in 1961. The 50s and early 60s in suburban America was a time period most known for its conservativism. Conservative spending, conservative dress, conservative…

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  • MATH

Solve, invest $5,000 in a savings account at 6.6% interest compounded monthly.no

The amount of principle plus interest at the end of n periods for a principle amount (P) for for interest rate (r) compounded after every fixed period (p) is given by the formula: (Principle +…

  • THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

What are a few of the rhetorical devices J.D. Salinger uses to enforce his symbols?I am being…

In literature, a rhetorical device is when an author uses language to create a literary effect without any regard for literal meaning. An author uses such devices to get his meaning across or to…

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  • DON’T LOOK BEHIND YOU

What is the conflict in the book Don’t Look Behind You by Lois Duncan?

This book has several conflicts, but here are the two biggest external and internal conflicts, on which the plot revolves. The first is the external conflict the family faces at the very beginning…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

Can someone please help me out with the historical time period for the novel Lord of the…

No dates are specifically mentioned in Lord of the Flies, but the story takes place in the future during an era of wartime when an apocalyptic atomic destruction seems imminent. Golding based his…

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  • MACBETH

How is English and Scottish history relevant to the character of Macbeth and King James and how…

According to the source sited below as well as the tourguides in Inverness, Scotland (who might be a “wee bit” biased), Joe Cochoit has researched the Eatons, the Stuarts, and the FizAlons and…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

Can someone please give me the author’s biography for William Golding?Can you suggest me two or…

Are you looking for talking points about Golding or about his work? If you are looking for talking points about Golding, perhaps you could discuss how his Naval career might have influenced his…

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  • SCIENCE

Why in some cultures do individuals feel it is disrespectful to speak of the dead?

There are many traditions and superstitions regarding death and dead people. They vary from culture to culture, and from time period to time period. Many cultures have feast days and celebrations…

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  • ANIMAL FARM

Can I get 2 detailed and explained genres on Animal Farm?

Orwell himself calls this a fairy tale, so that’s one genre. It’s also a fable, so there’s genre number two. A fairy tale is a story in which the characters aren’t particularly well…

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  • THE MAGICIAN’S NEPHEW

I need a detailed explanation on the plot summary of this novel. Thank you

This novel is number 6 in The Chronicles of Narnia series by C.S. Lewis. Although it is 6 of 7, it is a prequel. That means, it goes back to explain how Narnia all got started. In this novel, two…

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  • ANIMAL FARM

Can I get a detailed summary of Animal Farm?

There is a terrific detailed summary of this allegory right here on Enotes. See the link below. There is an overview, a summary, a list of characters, character analysis, themes, criticism –…

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  • THE BOOK THIEF

In The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak, why does Liesel Meminger tell Mr. Steiner that she kissed his…

At the conclusion of the novel, Liesel Meminger gives her friend Rudy Steiner, lying dead in the rubble of Himmel Street, what he never received from her in life – a kiss. During their three years…

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  • THE OUTSIDERS

What are some characteristics of Randy and Bob with quotations from the text of The Outsiders?

Randy Adderson and Bob Sheldon are the two main Soc characters in S. E. Hinton’s novel, The Outsiders. Both apparently come from wealthy families and have all of the privileges of class that the…

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  • MATH

Simplify and use positive exponent (125 X^1/2 Y^-1/3)^-2/3 (X^1/3 Y-2/3)1/2 is power on x -1/3 is…

(125 X^1/2 Y^-1/3)^-2/3 *(X^1/3 Y-2/3) (125x^1/2 /y^1/3 )^-2/3*(x^1/3/ y^2/3) ==> [(y^1/3)/(5^3*x^1/2)^2/3] [(x^1/3)/y^2/3] ==> [ (y^2/9)/(5^2*x^1/3)]* (x^1/3)/y^2/3 ==> (y^2/9)(x^1/3)/…

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  • BUSINESS

What objections might management raise to cooperating with labor?

As with my previous answer, I think that a lot of the problem here is tradition. Management has come to see labor unions as obstructionists who care only for the workers and not for the health of…

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  • BUSINESS

What objections might labor raise to cooperating with management?

The previous post is quite accurate. One of the most pressing concerns for all labor organizations is how to walk the tightrope between cooperating with management in order to “get things done”…

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  • THE LOST HONOR OF KATHARINA BLUM

What are the themes in The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, and how would you explain them?

One of the major themes in Boll’s The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum is the power of the media to shape “fact” and “objectivity.” The novel is narrated from the perspective of a reporter and…

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  • REFERENCE

Give some good reasons for using an index or Compendium as your primary reference sources.

Indexes and Compendiums are indispensable tools for helping us find information! Let me explain why. The wonderful thing about a Compendium is that it brings together many different subjects,…

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  • FLANNERY O’CONNOR

In O’Conner’s “Good Country People” how are the character’s names signifigant?

In this story, a homely young woman with a wooden leg has changed her name from Joy to Hulga. She believes that she has nothing to be joyful about because she is a cripple, wears glasses and is…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What lessons does Atticus teach his children and how do the lessons help them?

One of the lessons that Scout learns is an important one in what you might call comportment, or maybe just plain old character. She laments the fact that Atticus is so wimpy in her eyes, he does a…

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  • GUY DE MAUPASSANT

What was the atmosphere and moods in Maupassant’s story: moonlight?

This is a great short story because of how the mood changes. Brilliant! In the beginning, the mood is like the priest’s heart. Angry, dried up, judgmental, prideful. He thinks that God owes HIM an…

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  • HISTORY

Describe the extent of the Ottoman Empire?

In 1453, the Ottomans captured Constantinople which really made them the most powerful group in the area. Ardoun this time as well they reached the peak of their powers beginning to control all of…

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  • HISTORY

Where was the Safavid Empire located?

The brief answer to this would be that the Safavid Empire was located, more or less, in what is now Iran. The Safavid Dynasty ruled that area for about two centuries. It started around 1500 AD…

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  • MATH

If c is the measure of the hypotenuse, find the missing measure,round to the nearest tenth if…

We have the right angle triangle with the sides a, b, and c, where c is the hypotenuse. Then: c^2 = a^2 + b^2 43^2 = a^2 + 16^2 1849 = a^2 + 256 ==> a^2 = 1849-256 ==> a^2 = 1593 ==> a =…

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  • THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE

What is the point for duality?This story was pretty amazing. I’m abit confused as to what the…

It never seemed curious to me. The very essence of life seems grounded in duality–Man/woman, good/evil, God/Satan. Even Newton discovered this in that for every action there is an equal, opposite…

 


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