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**DO NOT GO GENTLE INTO THAT GOOD NIGHT**

**Is the purpose of the lines 1 & 3 that are repeated throughout the story about trying to…**

Those lines, “do not go gentle into that good night” and “rage, rage, against the dying of the light,” are imperatives (kind of commands) which the speaker, we discover, is speaking to his father….

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**THE VIEW FROM SATURDAY**

**main problem of the view from saturdaythe main problem of the entire story**

I think the best answer to this question is that the main problem is that they didn’t know who they were meaning they didn’t know themselves and had to find out who each of them were by being the…

**LAW AND POLITICS**

**Identify a federal department or agency you believe to be relatively efficient and effective….**

The Postal Service. While this department is much maligned, the butt of numerous jokes, and people constantly complain about how it isn’t profitable or that stamps cost too much, think for a…

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**SCIENCE**

**What causes both of a person’s eyes to dart from left to right a few times at once, then to go…**

Assuming that these eye movements are involuntary a couple of things could be going on. Are you sure it is not an intentional movement? Extra ocular eye movements or EOM’s are controlled by muscles…

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**RABINDRANATH TAGORE**

**PhD topic on Rabindranath Tagore? please suggest a topic for phd on rabindranath tagore’s short…**

I wonder if there is anything more intense than the writing of a post graduate work sample. Given the fact that this is for a doctorate, I can only implore you to speak with professors and…

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**THE KITE RUNNER**

**Why does Amir recalls the memory of the lamb being sacraficed when he witnesses Hassan’s tragedy…**

Well, it is a pretty common image, the idea of the sacrificial lamb, and runs through many religious and philosophical systems. In this case, it is simply the fact that Hassan goes to the slaughter…

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**1984**

**Why are the superpowers always at war with each other?In Book Two when winston is reading the…**

The basic answer here is that the superpowers need to stay at war with one another so that they can keep their societies the way they are. They need to have constant war so that they can continue…

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**RASSELAS**

**What does Rasselas by Samuel Johnson say that happiness is?**

Rasselas’s quest for happiness beyond the boundaries of his Happy Valley eventually proves elusive. The Prince and his companions return to their homeland without having found the true happiness…

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**SCIENCE**

**What causes cysts on your ovaries?**

There are at least two different types of cysts that can form in the ovaries, the first is called “functional cysts.” These are actually formed normally during ovulation and also normally…

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**AN ESSAY ON MAN**

**What does An Essay on Man by Alexander Pope say that happiness is?**

This is an awkward question because an analytical reading of Section V shows that Pope only gives a reverse definition of happiness and that defining happiness is not one of his objectives….

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**LITERATURE**

**What is the lesson or moral lesson behind the story “The Myth of Demeter and Persepohne”?I mean…**

It’s a challenge to fully describe the myth of Demeter and Persephone as teaching a moral lesson. The myth’s primary level of explanation or lesson might be more natural than all else in terms of…

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**A ROSE FOR EMILY**

**In the short story “A Rose for Emily,” is Homer Barron a static or a developing character?**

Homer Barron is, in literary terms, a static character. Homer doesn’t change in the story. He doesn’t develop or grow. For instance, he shows interest in Emily, comes and goes as workers often…

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**JULIUS CAESAR**

**By the end of Act 2, what complexities of Caesar are revealed? Is he a monstrous tyrant or a…**

Julius Caesar above all is ambitious. He is a master manipulator. Does he want to be the first Roman emperor? He does. He manipulates the crowd by refusing the crown offered by Mark Anthony….

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**HISTORY**

**How did the double restrictions of “Limited War” and the “Rules Of Engagement” hamper the US…**

Two specific examples: Rules of Engagement created no-fly zones where US aircraft were not allowed to engage with North Vietnamese aircraft. You might be engaged and chasing a Mig-21 and if it…

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**JULIUS CAESAR**

**In Act 2 Scene 1, what does Brutus refusing to swear an oath reveal about his character traits?**

To start with, it is Cassius, in this scene, who suggests that all the conspirators take an oath that they will stand together. The fact that Shakespeare uses this speech as a way for Brutus to…

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**THIS IS WHAT IT MEANS TO SAY PHOENIX, ARIZONA**

**How was the story of “This Is What It Means To Say Phoenix, Arizona” altered for the movie, Smoke…**

Some might say the story was “expanded,” yet “altered” is a more appropriate word since there are some overt alterations to the narrative as told by Alexie in the short story. For one thing, Thomas…

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**A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE**

**Explain why the term “lusty” Blanche is probably appropriate.please give me 3 supporting…**

I am not sure “lusty” is an appropriate term to describe Blanche. The implication in such a term is that she is one dimensional, focused only on carnal matters of sensuousness and immediate…

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**SCIENCE**

**What causes the uterus to become tilted?**

A so-called “normal” uterus is typically straight up and down or tilted slightly toward the stomach. A tilted uterus (sometimes called a “tipped” uterus) refers to one that tilts backward toward…

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**THE ROAD**

**What is the style and content of this novel?How does this introduction set the tone for the rest…**

The style of the book is similar in some ways to other works by McCarthy, but also simpler and more direct. The descriptions of the road and the ash and the world in which the man and boy live are…

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**BRAVE NEW WORLD**

**People think that John’s suicide was positive and enlightened. Some also think that it is a sign…**

In Julius Caesar, after they realize that they are defeated and will be captured and humiliated, in Roman fashion Brutus and Cassius each have their servants hold their swords while they run…

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**A TALE OF TWO CITIES**

**In Chapters 10-16 of A Tale of Two Cities, what is suggested by the coin image?**

The only reference made to coins is in Book the Second, Chapter 7. In this chapter, the Marquis d’Evremonde departs from the ball at the hotel of the Monseigneur, a gathering where he has been…

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**REFERENCE**

**animal productiondiscuss factors that constitute the components of the ecological wheel of your…**

We do have ranches and farmers in my region, and there are many local farmer’s markets. Most of the ranches are large operations, but there are some local farms still owned by families or small…

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**THE CRUCIBLE**

**What is the ironic device in this quote John Proctor says, I have gone tiptoe in this house…**

This line occurs in a particularly uncomfortable scene in The Crucible. John, we’ve discovered, has had an affair with the “dissembling” Abigail. We’ve also discovered he has no intention of…

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**POETRY**

**In “Turtle” by Kay Ryan, what is the central figure of speech?My first guess is metaphor because…**

Hello, Annie, Well, you are right that the poem is riddled with metaphors, but the turtle seems to be equated with almost everything except a person! The poor turtle is called a hard roll, a…

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**SCIENCE**

**What is multiple foci in reference to scar tissue?I am a new student and somethings I do not…**

This just means different locations or different focuses. When the layers of the skin are lacerated (cut) either intentionally, like a surgical incision, or accidentally, like stepping on a broken…

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**GREAT EXPECTATIONS**

**What influenced the manner of Belinda Pocket’s upbringing in Chapter 23 of Great Expectations by…**

Mrs. Pocket has been raised to think that she is an aristocrat, so she is useless as a wife and mother. She has many children, but all she can do all day is sit and read her “book of dignities”…

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**MATH**

**Having the equation x^3 – x^2 + 7x + 1 = 0, find the equation which has as roots the inverse…**

The equation whose roots are inverse, or reciprocal are got by just replacing x = 1/y . So (1/y)^3-(1/y)^2+7(1/y)+1 = o O 1-y +7y^2+y^3 = 0 is the equation. Or replace y by x x^3+7x^2-y+1 = 0 is…

**MATH**

**If the function f(x)=-5x+2 and f:R-R, the point A[(a-1)/3 ; (a+1)/2] belongs to the graphic of…**

Since f(x) =-5x+2 and A is a point on the graph, the coordinates of A , i.e,( (a-1)/3 , (a+1)/3 ) should satisfy the equation of the graph: (a+1)/2 = -10(a-1)/3 +2 . Multiply by 6. 3(a+1)=…

**MATH**

**Solve the equation in the set of complex numbers 2z = modulus(z) + 2i**

2z = modz +2i. Let z = x+yi. Mod z = (x^2+y^2)/(x+iy) = x-iy. Therefore 2 z = mod z +2i becomes, 2(x+yi) = (x-yi)+2i = x+(2-y)i. Real parts on both sides are equal and imaginary parts are also…

**MATH**

**We have the function f:R-R with f(x)=ax+b and f(1)=2, f(-3)=-2 .If S=2a-3b, then S=?**

We assume f(x) = ax+b f(1) = a+b = 2……..(1) f(-3) = -3a+b = -2…………(2) Eq(1)- eq(2) gives: 4a = 4, a = 4/4 = 1 So from (1) a+b = 2, 1+b = 2, b=1 So S = 2a-3b = 2-3 = -1 Therfore

**MATH**

**Write the expression using factors 3x^2 – 6xy + xy – 2y^2**

3x^2-6xy+xy-2y^2 to be factored. Solution: Group the expression as (3x^2 -6xy) + (xy-2y^2) 3x(x-2y) +y(x-2y). Take out x-2y (x-2y)(3x+y)

**MATH**

**If f:R – R ; f(x) = 3x – a ; a belongs to R , which is the value of a , knowing that A( -2a + 4…**

f(x) 3x-a Since A(-2a+4 , a-4) belongs to graphic , the coordinates should satisfy the graphic equation: a-4 = 3(-2a+4) -a a-4 = -6a+12-a a-4 = 12-7a a+7a = 12+4 8a = 16 8a/8 =16/8 = 2 a=2

**MATH**

**Which is the solution of inequality ( x^2 – 1 ) / ( x^2 – 4) > -1**

To solve (x^2-1)/(x^2-4) > -1 Solution: (x^2-1)/(x^2-4) +1 > 1 {x^2-1+(x^2-4)}/(x^2-4) >1 {2x^2-5}/(x^2-4) > 0 ( 2x^2-3)/(x-2)(x+2) > 0 (x^2-5/2)/ (x+2)(x-2) > 0 f(x)…

**MATH**

**The easiest form of the expression E(x)=[4-(3+x)/x] /[ (x-1)/(x+1)] -[ 4/(x-2x^2)**

To simplify: E(x) = [4-(3+x)/x]/[(x-1)/x+1)] – 4[(x-2x^2] Consider the first aquare bracket: [4-(3+x)/x]/[(x-1)/x+1)] = [4-3-x)/x]/[(x-1)/(x+1)] = (1-3x) (x+1)/x(x-1) = (1-3x)/x(x-1) The second…

**MATH**

**If function f:D-R, f(x)=(ax-1)/x^2+x+b, whereD is the maximum definition domainand a,b belongs to…**

We’ll note: x1+x2=5=S(from the term Sum) and x1*x2=P (product) We’ll notice that the sum x1^3+x2^3 is coming from the cube expanding (x1+x2)^3. x1^3+x2^3=(x1+x2)^3-3*x1*x2*(x1+x2) We’ll substitute…

**MATH**

**Calculate [(12x^2 * y – 3x * y^2)/(-3xy)] + 5(x-2y)**

[12x^2*y-3x*y^2)/(-3xy)}+5(x-2y) = 12x^2y/-3xy – 3xy^2/(-3xy) +5(x-2y) = -4x +y +5x-10y = 5x-4x +y -10y = x-10y

**MATH**

**Solve the equation z^10 + i = 0**

To solve Z^10+i = 0. z^10 = -i = cos( -pi/2 + i*sin (-pi/2) = cos(2npi-pi/2)+isin (2npi-pi/2) So z ={ Cos(2npi-pi/2)+i sin(2npi-pi/2)}^1/10 = cos (2npi-pi/2)/10 +isin (2npi-pi/2)/10 by Demoivre’s…

**MATH**

**Having the function f(x)=ax+b which passes through the points A(-3,2) B(-4,5) and c=b-a, then…**

f(x) = ax+b Since f(x) passes through A(-3,2), B(-4+5) -3a+b = 2…………(1) -4a+b = 5………..(2) Eq(1)-eq(2) : -3a+4a = 2-5 =-3 or a = -3. From (1) -3a+b = 2, -3*-3 +b =2 , b = 2-9 = -7…

**MATH**

**Which is the result of the sum 3sqrt63 – sqrt700 + 2sqrt28 – sqrt175 ?**

For the beginning, we’ll re-write the square roots from the expression: sqrt63= sqrt(7*9)=sqrt(7*3^2)=3*sqrt7 sqrt700=sqrt(7*10^2)=10*sqrt7 sqrt28= sqrt(7*4)=sqrt(7*2^2)=2*sqrt7…

**S. ELIOT**

**T.S ELIOT’S position as a literary and cultural critic certainly surpasses that of any other in…**

there is a very useful article about this at www.online-literature.com/forums/showthread.php?t=20089

**MATH**

**(bn) geometrical progression with b6=25 and b8=9. We know that b1 is the first term of…**

Let’s recall the important relations between the terms of a geometrical progression. bn=b1*q^(n-1), where b1 is the first term, q is the ratio and bn is the general term. Also bn=b(n-1)*q. Based on…

**MATH**

**The expression E(n)= 2^(7n+3) + 3^(2n + 1) X 5^(4n+1), n belongs N* is divided by : a)7 ; b)11 ;…**

We’ll calculate the expression for n=1, so that E(1)=2^(7*1+3)+3^(2*1+1)*5^(4*1+1)=2^10+3^3*5^5=85399 E(1)=23*3713 so E(1) is divisible by 23. Let’s suppose that for k>1,…

**MATH**

**Which is the solution of the system x+y=5 ; x*y=8 ?**

We notice that the system is a symmetrical system which could be solved using sum and the product, S and P. We’ll note: S=x+y=5 P=x*y=8 We’ll consider x and y as being the roots of the equation:…

**MATH**

**If the expressions for the function f:R-R are f(x)=x-1 for x<1 and f(x)=x+1 for x>=1 and…**

f(x) = x-1 for x < 1, f(x) =x+1 for x >=1. Therefore f(-3) = -3-1 = -4 f(0) = 0-1 = -1 f(-4) = -4-1= -5 f(3) = 3+1= =4 Threrefore a = f(-3)*f(0)-f(-4)*f(3) = (-4)*(-1)- (-5)*4 = 4+20 =24

**THE SCARLET LETTER**

**In Chapter 20 of The Scarlet Letter, how does Dimmesdale change in terms of Hawthorne’s theme…**

After the minister’s clandestine meeting with Hester in the forest, Hester has convinced him that they must leave the colony and return to England where they can live together as a family. Arthur…

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**MATH**

**Study the sign of the expression E = ( x^2 – 5x + 6 ) / ( x-1 )**

To study the sign of the expression, we have to study the sign of the numerator and denominator, separately. Numerator: f1(x)=x^2 – 5x + 6 , which is a second grade function. Denominator:…

**MATH**

**Calculate the expression { [ (8x^6)/(-2x^3) – (2x^4)/(-x^2)] /( 2x^2)} + x-3**

We’lla analyze each ratio inside the brackets, to check if we can divide them. We’ll start with the ratio (8x^6)/(-2x^3) and we’ll divide it by (-2x^3). (8x^6)/(-2x^3)=-4x^3 The ratio…

**ESSAY LAB**

**What is a related text I can use that illustrates the notion of “change” in my essay? We have…**

Just off the top of my head a few things come to mind: You could use the film “A River Runs Through It,” there are numerous examples of the way that the family or individual members of it approach…

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**MATH**

**Find the function f:R->R, so that f(x)-2f(-x)=3x-1.**

f(x)-2f(-x) =3x-1 We assume that f(x) = ax^2+bx+c 2f(-x)= 2ax^2+2b(-x)+2c f(x)-f(-x) = -ax^2+3bx – c which is equal to 3x-1 or 0x^2+3x-1 Equating the coefficients of like powers, a = 0, 3b=3 or b…

**THE CAY**

**I need chapter summaries for The Cay. I have a major test tomorrow and I haven’t finished…**

Chapter summaries for Theodore Taylor’s novel, The Cay: 1. Background exposition concerning the Enright’s life on Curacao and the wartime conditions there. 2. Phillip and his mother decide to…

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