Is there a change in the total energy of the system?A pan of boiling water is mixed with a pan of…

Is there a change in the total energy of the system?A pan of boiling water is mixed with a pan of…

  • REFERENCE

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  • SCIENCE

Is there a change in the total energy of the system?A pan of boiling water is mixed with a pan of…

Assuming that there is no loss or addition of energy from or to the water due to radiation, conduction or evaporation, there will be no change in the total energy of the system consisting of the…

  • SCIENCE

Explain why the repeated flipping of a coin doesn’t produce a perfectly ordered, alternating…

This is a question that plagues many people but what you have to realize is that the odds for EACH coin are 50:50. That means that every time you flip the coin you have a 50 percent chance of…

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  • SCIENCE

Why are many coal-burning and nuclear power plants located near rivers?

Nuclear plants are built on the shores of lakes, rivers, and oceans because these bodies provide the large quantities of cooling water needed to handle the heat discharge. As energy is created in…

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  • A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

Act 4, scenes 1 and 2. A) How do Oberon and Titania make amends? B) How does Bottom explain his…

In Act IV of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Oberon tells Puck that he is satisfied now that he has possession of the changeling boy, so he will “undo the hateful imperfection of her eyes” (1.4.65). He…

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  • HISTORY

Opinion polls indicate that most Americans hold a negative view of the federal bureaucracy. Is…

To find justification for this claim, I think you need to search for both quantitative and qualitative data. Quantitative data would be information that is fact driven that can be proven by numbers…

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  • HISTORY

War and RevolutionWhat were some of the causes of World War I, II, and what country benefited the…

In terms of benefit, you have to look at the United States as one of the biggest winners. Not only was our country not completely devestated as much of Europe and Japan were, we also had the…

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  • HAMLET

Why is Ophelia mad? Does anything she says make sense? What happens to her at the end of Act 4?…

In Hamlet, Ophelia is mentally “drawn and quartered” by men. As a result, she goes mad. First, her brother tells her not to fall for the spoiled antics of Hamlet. Since he’s a prince, he acts on…

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  • HISTORY

How was Rev. Dr. Cheryl Townsend Gilkes involved with the Civil Rights Movements?

The Rev. Dr. Cheryl Townsend Gilkes is accredited with being a highly educated woman who added her contribution to Civil Rights through speeches and drawing the focus on the plight of black women….

  • HAMLET

Do Hamlet and Fortinbras meet in Act 4, Scene 4? Why is this significant?

Though Hamlet views the great army and knows it is commanded by Fortinbras, the two do not in fact meet. Though Hamlet may in fact sense some coming change as he is prompted to make a great speech…

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  • HAMLET

Based on what you’ve seen in Act 3, Scene 4 of Hamlet, do you think Gertrude knew about the…

If you are referring to the murder of Hamlet Sr., it is certainly not stated explicitly that she knew anything about it or even suspected it. Hamlet makes some reference to it, calling Claudius a…

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  • HISTORY

How were the Puritans motivated to “do something” as they believed in predestination and the…

This was actually one of the troublesome aspects of the Puritan faith that ultimately led to its decline. At first, in the new world, the Puritan colonists clung together because they were making…

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  • GRAMMAR

What are the main differences between spoken English and its written variety?answer in detail

There are several differences, all however, center on complexity. Vocabulary: In the written variety of English, we tend to be more expressive using the vast vocabularies we have in order to sound…

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  • SCIENCE

A 55 kg block of granite has an original temperature of 15.0 C. Look below for the rest of the…

Given: Wieight of granite block = w = 55 kg Initial temperaturee of granite block = ti = 15.0 degrees C Heat energy added = h = 4.5×10^4 kJ = 45000 We know specific heat of Granite = s = 0.79…

  • GEORGE ELIOT

Discuss the achievements of George Eliot in detail.answer

Mary Anne Evans, the woman behind the psuedonym George Eliot, was born in England in 1819 and after she grew up became one of the great novelists of her time. She ran the Westminster Review, one…

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  • THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

What is the year of publication for The Merchant of Venice?

According to the opening notes of the Folger’s edition of Merchant, the play first appeared in print in 1600 as a quarto and was rather poorly edited for print in 1619. It was not until 1623, when…

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  • HAMLET

What happens in Act 3, Scene 4 (the closet scene)? Why is this death so important for the play,…

There are a couple of ways to interpret the death of Polonius, but I tend to think of it as the death of the prating, foolish idiot and the awakening of Hamlet to the real consequences of his plot…

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  • LITERATURE

In my school it is said that it is very hard to score an A+ in Literature , but i would like to…

Is it a test you are looking to pass with an A+, or the class? I ask because it could make a difference. I think the first post is great advice on how to pass an English exam – especially one of…

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  • ESSAY LAB

Speak Essay – How do Maya Angelou, the Suffragettes, & David Petrakis bolster the theme of…

Each of the individuals featured help to enhance the idea that an individual’s voice must be heard and consequences to this articulation are secondary. Melinda’s inability to speak is due in part…

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  • HAMLET

Hamlet knew his duty but shirked it at every opportunity and suffered in consequence the most…

Concerning Shakespeare’s Hamlet, I suggest that your statement is false. I suggest that it demonstrates a surface knowledge of the play, rather than a thorough knowledge. Until the play within the…

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  • HAMLET

Why does Hamlet decline to take action against Claudius in III.iii?Act 3, Scene 3

In Act 3.3 of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Hamlet tells the reader why he doesn’t kill Claudius and achieve his revenge: Now might I do it pat, now ‘a is a-praying, And now I’ll do’t–an so ‘a goes to…

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  • HAMLET

What is the subject of Hamlet’s second soliloquy, the famous “To be or not to be” speech?Act 3

The subject could actually be a variety of things as Hamlet addresses many different ideas during the soliloquy. The beginning question is basically centered around the idea of whether or not life…

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  • HAMLET

What does Hamlet decide to do at the end of this speech? (“O what a rogue and peasant slave am…

What he decides to do that the end of this very long speech is to go ahead and put on a play that will help him figure out whether Claudius is really guilty or if the ghost has just been sent by…

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  • HAMLET

In the soliloquy of Act II, Scene 2–“O what a rogue and peasant slave am I”–what is Hamlet…

Hamlet is intrigued by the fact that this actor, reciting a speech given to him by some playwright, or perhaps a speech he composed himself, is moved to weep upon the recitation. How can he be so…

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  • HAMLET

The First Player’s speech is often cut in performances of the play. Explain why it is important…

In Hamlet, Act II, Hamlet says: One speech in it Ichiefly loved: ’twas Aeneas’ tale to Dido; andthereabout of it especially, where he speaks of Priam’s slaughter: The Player’s first monologue is…

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  • HAMLET

Why are Rosencrantz and Guildenstern in Denmark? How does the interaction between the three…

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are in Denmark, ostensibly to see Hamlet on a random visit, but in reality because they were summoned by Claudius to see if he could use them to get some better idea of…

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  • HAMLET

Why does Act 2 open with Polonius and Reynaldo?What does this tell us about Polonius’s character,…

This opening scene of Act II furthers the concept of spying and surveillance evident throughout the play. It also presents the idea of Hamlet as “madly in love”, with ‘mad’ here meaning insanity….

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  • RULES OF THE GAME

What are some passages in “Rules of the Game” where rules of various sorts are talked about?What…

In “Rules of the Game,” Waverly discusses the life lessons or “rules” that her mother tried to teach her and her brothers. Near the beginning of the story, Waverly asks her mother about Chinese…

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  • HISTORY

Should Andrew Carnegie be remembered as “Captain of Industry” or as a robber baron? (3 paragraph…

I can’t write all three paragraphs for you, but let me get you started as to what main arguments you can use in either direction: As a Captain of Industry: 1) Andrew Carnegie was a self-made man,…

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  • ENGLISH

What goals are you setting for yourself as we move into the last half of our course together?has…

This sounds like something you need to answer for your instructor. It sound as if your instructor is looking for you to reflect upon your own performance and come to conclusions about how you wish…

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  • MATH

An exam consists of 6 questions. Any four maybe selected for answering. In how many ways…

The problem is a combination problem because the order in which the four questions are answered does not matter. The Combination rule is nCr = n!/(n-r)! r! Then 6C4= 6!/(6-4)! 4! = 6!/ 2! 4! =…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

IS TECNOLOGY HELPING EDUCATION is tecnology helping education or educators/teachers eg students…

Technology is enhancing education – certainly. The working world is largely built on technological advancements, and learning how to use technology in school is a great lesson preparing students…

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  • HISTORY

Who were the Phoenicians?Where and when did they live, what did accomplish (if anything), and why…

The Phoenicians were a people who lived in what is now Lebanon. They became important around 1500 BC and remained important for hundreds of years, until at least 900 BC. This group of people had…

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  • A ROSE FOR EMILY

Explain how the title of the story can be seen as IRONIC when you think about roses as romantic…

Your question did not make clear what work you are asking about so I have assumed that you are talking about “A Rose for Emily.” The question certainly makes sense when applied to that story. The…

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  • MATH

If P(x) is a polynomial, then P(r) = 0 if and only if x – r is a ________(what) of P(x)?

P(x) is a polynomial. Assume that P(x) is a combination of two factors then P(x)= f(x) *g(x) now we know that P(r)= 0, then r is a root to p(x) then, P(x) = (x-r) g(x) then (x-r)= p(x)/g(x) where…

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  • MATH

how would you solve -4<3x-1<5

The answer to this should be -1 < x < 2 Here is how you solve this: Basically, you just need to treat this like a regular equation — you isolate x and then you reduce the x term to get it,…

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  • MATH

The polynomial P=mx^3+x^2+n is divided by the polynomial Q=x^2+x. Determine P?

P= mx^3+x^2 +n Q = x^2 +x Since P is divided by Q, then Q is a factor for P, that is, Q’s roots verifies P. Or if Q(r)=0, then P(r)=0 Q(r)= 0 ==> r^2 +r = 0 ==> r(r+1)=0 then r = {0,-1} then…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In The Book To Kill A Mockingbird, what are the importances of…What is the importance of what…

Both of these characters prove that perception is not reality. Take a look at Dolphus Raymond. He doesn’t drink alcohol, he prefers Coke. But he lets everyone believe he is a drunk because it helps…

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  • MATH

The polynomial f is divided by g. Find the reminder of the division?f=(x-1)^300 + x-1 g=x-2

f = (x-1)^300 +x-1 g = x-2 We need to find the remainder of dividing g from f then f = gQ + r, where r is the remainder then , r = f-gQ We know that g(2) = 0 , since 2 is a root for g. Then. r =…

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  • MATH

How to calculate the extreme points of the function f(x)=x^3 + 3/x?

To calculate the extreme points of the function, we have to differentiate the function, with respect to x. We’ll differentiate and we’ll obtain: f'(x) = (x^3)’ + (3*x^-1)’ f'(x) = 3x^2 – 3*x^-2…

  • MATH

For math!Which are the solutions for the equation 2^x*2^2x=20, if x*y=x+y?

To solve the equation, we’ll use the expression given for the composition law, from the enunciation. When we’ll re-write the equation, the only difference would be that the terms are now, 2^x and…

  • MATH

Find the common point of the lines x+2y-4=0 and 3x+y-2=0?

To determine the common point of the 2 lines, we have to calculate the coordinates of their intersection point, so we have to solve the system. x+2y-4=0 => x+2y=4 (1) 3x+y-2=0 => 3x+y=2…

  • MATH

Which is the polynomial x^3-3x^2+mx+n if f is divisible by (x-2) and the reminder of division by…

Because we have to determine the polynomial, which means to calculate the 2 unknown coefficients, we have to find out at least 2 relations. They are given by the enunciation of the problem. If f is…

  • RUDYARD KIPLING

What is the message conveyed by the poem “If,” by Rudyard Kipling?

Rudyard Kipling’s most famous poem, “If,” provides the reader with a series of examples about how a person can better oneself and, eventually, achieve manhood. It is written in an instructional…

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  • WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

Books About The Bard?Hi folks! I’m wondering if anyone out there in the shadowy depths of the…

Here are a few that are fairly recent publishings. Those in bold are those I think you should check out first: Will in the World: How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare by Stephen Greenblatt…

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  • ODE TO THE WEST WIND

How does the poet describe the SPIRIT of the West Wind in the poem, “Ode to the west wind”?

On the surface, the west wind in Shelley’s ode is the autumnal wind called Affricus. But Shelley has made it a potent symbol, a vehicle of his revolutionary romanticism. The wind is deified as a…

  • CHARLES DICKENS

Does the character Oliver Twist posssess good or bad tendencies?can i get like an example from…

Oliver generally possesses very good tendencies. He was clearly kind, eager to please, and generally very intelligent and sensitive. Despite growing up in rather difficult circumstances, he…

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  • MATH

How many cubic yard of dirt we need to fill a pool (30ft long, 15ft wide, 4.5ft dipth)??

First we need to detrmine the volume of the pool. the volume = length * width * depth = 30* 15 *4.5 = 2025 ft^3 Now we need to conver ft^3 tp cubic yard we know that 1 yard = 3 ft…

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  • FRANKENSTEIN

In the book Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, What does the De Lacey family do during their…

The answer to this question is found in Chapter 15. In this chapter, the creature has gotten up the nerve to come and actually meet a human being face to face. He has chosen the blind man –…

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  • FRANKENSTEIN

In the book Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, how does old De Lacey describe the hearts of men to…

The answer to this question can be found in Chapter 15. In this chapter, the creature has been living in seclusion. He has been watching the people and learning from them. At this point, he has…

 


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