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**SCIENCE**

**micro organismsDo micro organisms contain chlorophyll**

micro organisms Do micro organisms contain chlorophyll Algae contains chlorophyll and are important producers in an aquatic food chain. They make most of the oxygen on Earth and produce food for…

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**ANIMAL FARM**

**Compare and contrast the personalities and roles of the three horses in Animal Farm.**

The horses featured in Orwell’s work are distinct in their own ways. Each features a component that Orwell can see as being manipulated by those in the position of power. Mollie’s self interest…

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**OF MICE AND MEN**

**How does dreaming affect George and Lennie in Of Mice and Men?**

Dreaming has some significant impacts on both George and Lennie. For the latter, dreaming of a farm with animals becomes the end goal to which all consciousness is geared. Lennie understands his…

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**THE HOUSE ON MANGO STREET**

**With regards to The House on Mango Street, what roles do neighborhood and community play in…**

At the end of The House on Mango Street, Esperanza decides that she will leave her home community to go away and pursue her dreams. However, she also resolves to return to Mango Street to help…

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**THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER**

**Read the ballad in the story ” The Fall of the House of Usher”. Does it relate somewhat to the…**

The ballad that is contained within Edgar Allan Poe’s story The Fall of the House of Usher is indeed depicting of the state of affairs of the proprietor of the mansion, Roderick Usher. First, the…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**What are the different characteristics of Millennials?**

Like every generation, the Millennials have specific characteristics and traits to distinguish them from others. The most dominant of these would be the dependence on technology. Millennials are…

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**THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER**

**How is the proprietor’s bedroom a metaphor of himself in the story “The Fall of the House of…**

Roderick Usher, the proprietor of the house of Usher, is a metaphor of his surroundings in as much as the surroundings are a metaphor of himself. The narrator describes the room as follows: The…

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**THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER**

**Were you surprised by the conclusion of the story The Fall of the House of Usher? The fall of…**

The conclusion and the plot itself of the story by Edgar Allan Poe The Fall of the House of Usher is not as surprising as it is intriguing. Actually, it poses more questions than answer any…

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**THE NECKLACE**

**Please compare the reality of Madame Loisel’s real life with her daydreams in “The Necklace.”**

“The Necklace” is a story about discontentment and wanting what you cannot have. As the story opens, we are presented with a character who is unable to accept all the many good things she has and…

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**GREAT EXPECTATIONS**

**What can be inferred from Chapter 8 of Great Expectations about Charles Dickens’ attitudes or…**

Chapter 8 of Dickens’ Great Expectations is about Pip’s trip to town, overnight stay with the “corn-chandler and seedsman” Mr. Pumblechook, his introduction to Estelle, and his meeting with Miss…

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**MATH**

**What is the area of a rectangle if x^2+y^2=625 and (x+y)^3-(x-y)^3=60690? x and y are the…**

Here I have tried to make the steps involved lesser than made by giorgiana1976 & I have copied her same steps as mine and further on I have simplified. So I seek permission of her &…

**MATH**

**If combining 2 or more fractions, is possible to get a constant?**

The answer is yes! Adding, subtracting or multiplying 2, 3 or n fractions, the final result is not necessary to depend on the variable, so it could be a constant. Let’s take a look at the example…

**THE PRISON**

**main themes of story the prison by bernerd**

It is the story of the hardships of people being prisoned by the anxieties and sufferings of their daily life .The story is about the misery life of a young poor man, Tommy.There was misery in his…

**MATH**

**what is recommended when adding fractions?**

For the beginning, we’ll have to verify if the fractions have the same denominator. If the answer is yes, we’ll just have to add or subtract or multiply the terms from numerator. If the answer is…

**MATH**

**Verify if the expression depend on the variable? (2x-3)/(x^2-4)+2/(x+2)**

To verify if the given expression is depending on x, we’ll have to simplify the expression first. In this case, the ratios don’t have the same denominator. We’ll calculate the least common…

**A ROSE FOR EMILY**

**What do the final paragraphs of the story contribute to the story as whole?”A Rose for Emily”**

The final paragraphs of the story, in which they enter and examine the closed room after Miss Emily’s burial, contribute greatly to the story A Rose for Emily because it provides confirmation to…

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**CREATIONISM**

**Do creationists understand evolution?Is it possible to truly understand all the evidence for…**

There are lots of sites that lay out the evidence for creationism in detail. Here’s one of them: http://www.allaboutcreation.org/Creation-Evidence.htm What you have to remember is that…

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**SIR WALTER SCOTT**

**Discuss the poem “Breathes There The Man” written by Sir Walter Scott.**

Sir Walter Scott was writing poetry just when Romanticism was in its nascent stages. He does share certain elements in common with the Romantics such as the glory of the past, rural landscapes and…

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**A TALE OF TWO CITIES**

**A Tale of Two Cities Can you determine who these characters are?some of them i think i know but…**

It appears you’re simply asking us to do your homework for you, since you did the first few correctly and then stopped. Sit down with a list of characters from the novel and I think most of them…

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**POETRY**

**If anyone helps me write an essay on 20th century poetry as detailed as possible it will be very…**

First, you should narrow this down, or if the assignment calls for a summary of 20th century poetry, you should identify the different kinds or movements of poetry throughout the century and it…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Would Piaget have agreed with the behaviorist school of psychology?Would Piaget have agreed with…**

I do not think that Piaget would have completely disagreed with behavioral theory, but I do not think he would have completely agreed with it either. It is quite likely that he was conversant with…

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**MATH**

**What is the point B which lies on the line AC and is 5 units away from A (3, 7) and 2 units away…**

We need to find the point B which lies on AC and which is 5 units away from (3, 7) and 2 units away from (1, 2). We use the relation that the coordinates of a point on a line between A(x1, y1) and…

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**MATH**

**What is the sum of the squares of two numbers, the sum of which is 14 and their product is 8?**

Let the numbers to be determined be A and B. Now the sum of the numbers is 14 => A + B = 14. The product of the numbers is 8 => AB = 8. We need to find the sum of the product of these…

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**THE LOTTERY**

**Why is the town’s location or its name never mentioned in “The Lottery”?We never learn where the…**

The time and place in “The Lottery” are deliberately vague because of the points Jackson wished to make. Anywhere, any time, people can be persuaded to be followers, to blindly adhere to…

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**MY ANTONIA**

**How do the different characters of My Anotonia work both with and against each other to bring…**

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**HAMLET**

**Why is Hamlet’s speech to the players important?**

Shakespeare is known for inserting a play within a play, and he certainly puts the form to good use in Hamlet. I assume the speech to which you refer is in Act III scene ii, after Hamlet has…

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**ROMEO AND JULIET**

**I need a thesis statement from the quotation “Why art thou yet so fair?” (Act 5 scene 3, Romeo…**

This is a very good question and one, I think, that you will be able to solve with a bit more scrutiny of the quote, its dramatic irony, and the relation of both to one of the major themes of the…

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**BUSINESS**

**Crawling peg is a compromise between fixed exchange rate and floating exchange rate. Discuss.**

The statement given above is an accurate one. A crawling peg is, in fact, a compromise between a fixed exchange rate and a floating exchange rate. In a fixed exchange rate, the exchange rate for a…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**Briefly show the difference in Aunt Alexandra’S attiude toward the Cunninghams in To Kill a…**

Aunt Alexandra is significantly different than her brother Atticus in many ways. One of them is precisely her treatment of others who are different than herself. Aunt Alexandra is kind of stuck in…

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**GREAT EXPECTATIONS**

**In Great Expectations chapter 28, why does Pumblechook take credit for Pip’s fortune? Is he…**

I entertain a conviction, based upon large experience, that if in the days of my prosperity I had gone to the North Pole, I should have met somebody there, wandering Esquimaux or civilised man,…

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**THE GREAT GATSBY**

**In The Great Gatsby, why does Daisy choose to remain with Tom rather than going with…**

In The Great Gatsby, Tom is presented in a negative way. First, though, remember that the narrator is the one characterizing Tom, and he doesn’t like Tom. This is clear from the first time he…

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**1984**

**What is the “essential act” of war in 1984?**

In Part 2, Chapter 9, Winston is reading Goldstein’s book and finding out why, exactly, the Party runs things the way it does. One aspect of the Party’s control is war. This is where the phrase…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**I need three or four quotes that show who the hero in To Kill a Mockingbird.**

All of these following quotes occurred on the last page of Chapter 30. Heck Tate has the first two quotes. In the first one he is explaining to Atticus why he doesn’t want to tell the whole town…

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**MACBETH**

**How does Macbeth accept the consequences of his sins?**

Critics consider Macbeth’s behavior at the close of Shakespeare’s Macbeth to be noble. Throughout Act 5 Macbeth seems to emotionally and mentally go back and forth between clinging to the…

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**MATH**

**conditioncondition of a denominator of the fraction**

condition condition of a denominator of the fraction be more specific please!

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**MATH**

**integrate negative power variableexplain how to integrate negative power variable**

You need to consider the following function hence, integrating the function yields: You may substitute any value for n, this does not affect the way you evaluate the integral.

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**THE DEVIL IN THE WHITE CITY**

**What do you think of Frederick Law Olmsted in “The Devil in the White City”?**

Unfortunately you asked more than one question, so I edited out the rest. In Erik Larson’s The Devil in the White City, there is a consistent clash of ideas between true geniuses in their…

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**MATH**

**negative powerexample of negative power in math problems**

If you raise a number to a negative power, it is like saying that it is that number but as the denominator of a fraction. So, in other words, if you have x^-2, that is the same thing as saying…

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**SCIENCE**

**Coral HealthCoral Health is influenced by organic matter from water?**

Yes, it is. Coral does, of course, need to have organic matter in the water where it lives. But the organic matter has to be the right kind and in the right amounts. If there is too much organic…

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**POETRY**

**Can someone tell me how to write a sonnet?I’m trying to write a English style sonnet.I know how…**

Since you already have some understanding of the form, it sounds like you need someone to brainstorm with a little. Many people do not believe they are creative, but find they can be if they are…

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**HISTORY**

**How did William the Conquerer create a new English people?**

Obviously, William the Conqueror did not do this by himself. However, the point that this question is trying to make is that the Norman conquest of England did create a new English people. The…

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**MATH**

**the number of rootsthe number of roots of qudratic is 2. what is the explanation?**

The maximum degree of polynomial indicates the maximum number of zeroes, hence, if the degree of a polynomial is 4, then you need to search 4 zeroes. The number of solutions coincides to the…

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**SCIENCE**

**celiac diseasestudy about diet in celiac disease**

Can you tell us a little more about what you want to know? This is not a clear question. Celiac disease is when your body can’t absorb gluten (which is in wheat and some other grains). Because of…

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**HAMLET**

**Regarding Hamlet, what is a good thesis statement for King Claudius?Regarding Hamlet, what is a…**

I would think a good thesis statement would depend on what you wish to prove about Claudius. Perhaps a good place to start would be the idea of power and what men, in this case Claudius, do to get…

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**HISTORY**

**When does the Western Roman Empire begin falling?**

The fall of Rome is usually considered to have taken place in 476 A.D. when Odoacer, a minor German chief, captured Rome and forced the emperor off his throne. But Rome began to decline centuries…

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**MATH**

**ruleexplain the rule of polynomial addition**

The rule of polynomial addition is to combine into the polynomial, the like terms. We cannot combine terms that are of different variables, or we cannot combine a variable and a constant. For…

**TWELFTH NIGHT**

**Compare and Contrast the characters of Olivia and Viola in Twelfth Night.**

Both young women approach life from entirely different directions. Olivia seemed to enjoy her self denial. She is self indulgent. One only has to look at Feste in Act I, scene 5. He proved that…

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**MATH**

**depend on the variablei solved the exercise 2 times and the results were different. i don’t know…**

We’ll just calculate to see if we’ll get an expression or a constant. We’ll re-write the expression: (x^2+4)/2x + x^2/2(x+2)+x^2/x(x+2) We notice that for adding the fractions, we’ll have to…

**MATH**

**discriminantdiscuss about discriminant and number of roots**

The termof “discriminant” is a relation between the coefficients of quadratic equation and it is used when we discuss the number and the nature of the roots. The discriminant is delta = b^2 – 4ac…

**MATH**

**steps followed when adding fractionsexamples**

The algorithm followed when adding/subtracting fractions is: The first step: we’ll have to verify if the fractions have the same denominator. If the answer is yes, we’ll just have to add or…