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# Omega 3 and depressionOmega 3 and depression .

• SCIENCE

Omega 3 and depressionOmega 3 and depression .

It is only one study, but it appears that taking Omega 3 fatty acids can potentially be beneficial to people who are depressed. The study indicates that taking these supplements (the subjects took…

• APPLICATIONS

Magnitude of a complex number.Give an example how to find the magnitude of a complex number.

In other words, you want to find the absolute value of a complex number. We’ll put the complex number in its rectangular form: z = a + bi The magnitude of z is: |z| = sqrt[Re(z)^2 + Im(z)^2] |z| =…

• ALGEBRA1

rational exponentsI have to simplify whithout using a calculator [5/(4^-1-9^-1)]^1/2.

[5/(4^-1-9^-1)]^1/2 First we will rewrite the negative exponent as fraction. We know that 4^-1 = 1/4 and 9^-1 = 1/9 ==> 5/ (1/4 – 1/9)]^1/2 Now we will simplify the denominator. ==> [ 5/…

• LAW AND POLITICS

U.S. Government Critical ThinkingList & explain two reasons why you believe a two party…

I’d say a two-party system is better than a mulit-party system because it encourages more moderation (though we’re not doing too well on moderation in the US right now, I must admit). In a…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Discuss the recurring theme of absent mothers and abusive fathers in To Kill a Mockingbird.

The first absent mother would be the mother of our main character Scout Finch. She died when Scout was two, so she never knew her. However, growing up in an era when girls wore dresses and…

• SCIENCE

Explain how the structure of DNA enables the molecule to be easily transcribed. Why is this…

D.N.A. consists of a double helix. One can think of a ladder, which has two sides, with steps in between. Since the molecule has two sides, each side is the complement of the other and can function…

• SCIENCE

blue color and foodi don’t understand why avoiding associations between food and blue color?

I wonder if this is a cultural thing. Here in the US, there are kinds of food and drinks that are colored blue. For example, a lot of people like “sports drinks” like Gatorade and Powerade. One…

• APPLICATIONS

complex conjugatewhat is complex conjugate of a number

We’ll write a complex number in rectangular form: z = a + bi The complex conjugate is: z’ = a – bi If we’ll multiply the complex number by its complex conjugate: z*z’ = a^2 + b^2 But the absolute…

• APPLICATIONS

Problem with complex numbersSimplify this expression. (3+2i)(3-2i)

If we’ll multiply the brackets, we’ll get a difference of squares. We’ll apply the formula: (a-b)(a+b) = a^2 – b^2 We’ll put a = 3 and b = 2i (3+2i)(3-2i) = 3^2 – (2i)^2 (3+2i)(3-2i) = 9 – 4i^2 But…

• REVELATION

In Flannery O’Connor’s story titled “Revelation,” how is external ugliness compared to internal…

In Flannery O’Connor’s short story titled “Revelation,” internal and external ugliness are compared and contrasted in various ways. Here are some examples: Claud has an ugly sore on his…

• I KNOW WHY THE CAGED BIRD SINGS

I want my students to write an essay about “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.” What could be a…

Depending on the abilities of your students, I always find it most helpful to let them pick their own essay topics with your help. You might find it helpful to have them sit and write about the…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is the advantage of enforcing laws?

One advantage of enforcing laws is that it leads to greater stability and order in a society. I have attached a link below on the “broken windows” thesis, which argues that the toleration of petty…

• RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Function topicExplain what is a function.

Basically a function is a relationship between variables in which one variable completely determines the value of the second variable. In a function, whenever one variable has a certain value, the…

• GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

Why was a sedentary lifestyle decisive in the history of technology?Chapter 13

According to Chapter 13, there are two reasons why a sedentary lifestyle (one in which people stopped being nomadic and settled down in villages) was important for the development of technology….

• SCIENCE

what are the positive effects of exercise and appropriate levels to decrease the risks of…

There are many positive effects of physical exercise. Some of the most commonly cited are improvements in cardio-vascular health, the possibility of reducing cholesterol and increasing vascular…

• BIOLOGY

CactusI want a cactus but i do know nothing about taking care of this plant. Need advice.

As with many plants, cactus need food, light, and water. You would think that cactus would not need water, but if a cactus is in a pot, it needs more water than if it were in the ground. You are…

• SCIENCE

explain what each main food component is used/needed for in the human body:Include:- -…

Carbohydrates are found in sugary and starchy foods. They contain the building block glucose. Glucose is an important monosaccharide which provides the body with energy. Excess glucose can be…

• HISTORY

How successful was Wilson in enlisting the force of humanity to help in issues such as child…

In his first term, I think that you can find much to demonstrate that Wilson was rather successful in “enlisting the force of humanity” in his attempts to be a Progressivist leader. On one hand,…

• SCIENCE

pet intoxicationi have a cat and it’s eating almost everything. what could be harmful for it?

Chocolate is supposed to be very bad for cats because of the theobromine and the caffeine. Other things with caffeine, including tea and coffee are bad as well. Oddly enough, you should not give…

• GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

In Ch. 15, what are the deficiences of Australians or superiorities of the Europeans helping the…

In this chapter, Diamond is arguing that the Europeans were able to dominate the Australians because Europe (and Eurasia in general) was able to create large societies based on food production….

• HISTORY

Why is the Children’s Crusade, in a sense, a shame for the Christian West? Why is the Children’s…

This depends to some extent on what you believe about the Children’s Crusade. Because this event was not an “official” crusade, blessed by the Pope, there are not really any solid records about…

• GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

What are three factors that hindered food production in Australia?Chapter 15

The answer to this can be found roughly halfway through Chapter 15, pages 308-9 in my copy of the book. Diamond argues that there are three reasons why food production was very difficult in…

• GRIMMS’ FAIRY TALES

How can I write a thesis on the relationship of the original Grimm works & modern day…

I think you are correct in assuming a relationship between cultures and their literary productions. In the case of the Grimm brothers, some of the tales they collected go back before the 19th…

• THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES

This particular story of Homes and Watson is considered epistolary because of the sections of the story that are told through letters or “epistles” from Watson as well as his diaries but generally…

• REFERENCE

What is the insight or effect of the allusion Hercules beetle to the greek mythology Hercules?…

Consider this: According to Roman Mythology, Hercules was the illegitimate son of Zeus and Alcmene, the wisest and most beautiful of all mortal women. Hera was enraged at Zeus for his infidelity…

• HISTORY

Why did the US and Britain invade Afghanistan in 2001?Why did the US and Britain invade…

As with any invasion of a country and coordinated miltary operations, there are a complex data set of reasons. I think that one can argue that the American interest in Afghanistan in 2001 centered…

• HEALTH ISSUES

What are the short and long terms affects of smoking marijuana?

Marijuana use, in the short term, leads the user to lose coordination, slows reaction time, interferes with a person’s judgement, a diminished sense of fear and a sense of euphoria. It also acts…

• WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

Describe the function of memory in Wordsworth’s “Daffodils” and “We Are Seven.”

From the outset, I think that one could argue that the construction of both poems is the result of memory. Wordsworth’s own experiences play a formative role in each poem. The girl in “We Are…

• THE LIFE OF LANGSTON HUGHES: VOLUME 1, 1902-1941

What was Harlem like when Langston Hughes lived there?

At the time of his writing, Hughes and other members of the Harlem Renaissance had seen Harlem as the center of the Black experience. Thinkers like Hughes found Harlem to be a cultural center from…

• HISTORY

Why did America, Britain and others invade Iraq in 2003?Why did America, Britain and others…

This is a question with many possible answers. In fact, in the winter of 2003, I was teaching International Relations and I structured my whole class around the idea that the US was going to…

How we can retrieve historical information from Homer’s Iliad?

The Iliad reflects more than one historical period. First, the Bronze Age (around 1200 B.C.) is the setting for the Trojan War that is recounted in the epic. Because the Iliad was preserved orally…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What are the differences between Walter Cunningham’s, Chuck Little’s, and Burris Ewells’…

Out of these three characters, Walter Cunningham and Little Chuck Little are higher than Burris Ewell in social class standing. Chuck isn’t seen again in the novel, but it’s assumed that he has a…

• RALPH WALDO EMERSON

Referring to Emerson, discuss the basic principles of American Transcendentalism.

Emerson’s primary contribution to the Transcendental movement was the assertion of individual voice in all circumstances. Emerson’s belief in human “transcendence,” the ability to perceive and…

• SCIENCE

The functions of the blood include transport of substances and protection against blood loss and…

There are many potential answers to this question. For example, in terms of respiration, the substance oxygen is picked up in the capillaries surrounding the alveoli in the lungs and transported to…

• EDGAR ALLAN POE

What is a gothic story? Describe it referring to the works of E.A. Poe.

Edgar Allen Poe is famed for his short fiction which characterises the word Gothic so excellently. Gothic is a term used to describe literary works that contain supernatural, wild or/and mysterious…

• THE LOVELY BONES

What is the setting like in Susie’s heaven in The Lovely Bones?

The answer to this question can be found in Chapter Two of this great novel. This, of course, occurs directly after the brutal murder of Susie by Mr. Harvey in his structure that he had built in…

• THE GARDEN PARTY: AND OTHER STORIES

Referring closely to “The Garden Party,” examine how Mansfield presents the character of Laura.

Great question! Laura is of course the young and rather idealistic young woman through which Mansfield shows the class-consciousness that dominates the novel. She is introduced as a character who…

• THE GIVER

What is the difference between the concepts of honor and power in The Giver, as on pg. 84?

Jonas is surprised when he first learns that The Receiver of Memory has honor but not power (84). He assumes that since the position is so highly regarded, The Receiver will be able to do whatever…

• SCIENCE

What do the metals calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, copper, and iron have in common?

Every one of these elements can react with oxygen to form an oxide or if oxygen and water are present, a hydroxide. For example, iron and oxygen chemically combine to form rust, or iron oxide….

• JULIUS CAESAR

Why do you think Shakespeare gives Caesar so few lines and so little stage time, even during the…

Julius Caesar simply isn’t a main character in Shakespeare’s Julus Caesar. Brutus is the tragic figure of the play, and the central conflict is between Brutus and Antony. Caesar is simply the…

• BRAVE NEW WORLD

What do “ending is better than mending” and “the more stitches, the less riches” mean in Brave…

Both of these quotes illustrate the World State’s commitment to creating new revenue for its industries. Both quotes essentially say that it’s better to buy something new than to try to fix the…

• THE OPEN BOAT

In “The Open Boat,” what does the shark symbolize?

You are only allowed to ask one question so I have had to edit down your question. Please do not ask multiple questions in future. You might want to think how the presence of the shark ties in with…

• BRAVE NEW WORLD

What is the state’s attitude toward sex, marriage, and family and how does this attitude support…

The attitudes toward these three elements of society are essentially opposite of what our society believes. In the World State, the citizens are required to have sex with many different partners….

• HISTORY

When did people begin talking about human rights?

Athens is remembered as the first democratic society. Many of the ancient city-state’s early philosophers also popularized groundbreaking perspectives on human rights, although to modern society,…

• THE GREAT GATSBY

How is Daisy cynical in The Great Gatsby?

In The Great Gatsby, one example of Daisy’s cynicism is evident when she tells Nick the narrator about the birth of her daughter. She explains how dissappointed she was when the baby turned out to…

• A&P

What are some examples of connotation in “A & P” by John Updike?

A connotation is a word that has two meanings: its literal interpretation and the cultural interpretation that it is given. Many phrases that we use today in our language have no literal meaning in…

• OF MICE AND MEN

How is George a “round” character in Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men?

George is a round character because he achieves a change in the plot as it goes. In comparison to Lennie, for instance, he is able to realize that he has hurt Lennie in the past and feels remorse…

• THE PORTABLE PHONOGRAPH

What is suggested by the quote “We are the doddering remnants of a race of mechanical fools” in…

One of the strongest elements of the short story is its questioning of progress. The story features a setting that has been decimated by world conflict. Technological advancement and progress…

• HAMLET

Although they are both intelligent men, Laertes and Polonius are mere pawns in the play Hamlet.

So, I’m making the assumption that this is a thesis statement around which you want to frame a paper. First: ‘intelligent’ is the correct spelling. Now, before I can go anywhere with this, I would…