Please briefly explain how you might implement a public health campaign.

Please briefly explain how you might implement a public health campaign.

  • ROMEO AND JULIET

List a few examples of sexual innuendos found in Romeo and Juliet. What are the deeper meanings…

Shakespeare’s works are rife with sexual innuendo. Remember that the plays were performed to live audiences and these jokes and puns were used to further entertain the crowd. Some examples from…

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  • SCIENCE

A diver runs horizontally with a speed of 1.5 m/s off a platform that is 20 m above the water….

Hello! I hope the diver will hit water, not ground 🙂 The velocity is a vector, and in this case it will be neither vertical nor horizontal. Let’s find its projection to the horizontal (x) and…

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  • B. WHITE

What are some of the literary similarities and differences between these two works in their…

Both pieces, “Digital Scheherazades in the Arab World” by Fatema Mernissi, and “Once More to the Lake” by E. B. White, are about how people view the past and how difficult it is to adjust to the…

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  • THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

How does the song “Basket Case” relate to Holden Caulfield from The Catcher in the Rye? List…

The lyrics in the Green Day song, “Basket Case,” can connect to Holden Caulfield in several ways. Billie Jo Armstrong of Green Day said that he wrote the song because he believed that he was…

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  • LITTLE WOMEN

What are the characteristics of transcendentalism in Little Women?

In Little Women, the March family recognizes the power and importance of being in nature. Marmee routinely insists that her daughters go outside, and so they have created their Busy Bee Society,…

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  • SCIENCE

What things can you compare with birds and reptiles?

Birds and reptiles are both made of eukaryotic cells. Both are heterotrophs, which means that they cannot produce their own food and must eat to survive. Both are chordates (also known as…

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  • ONE CRAZY SUMMER

The book One Crazy Summer is a part of which series?

One Crazy Summer, written by Rita-Williams Garcia, is the first book in the Gaither Sisters series. In this book, eleven year-old Delphine and her two younger sisters travel to California to be…

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  • THE CAY

How was Phillip selfish in the novel The Cay?

In The Cay by Theodore Taylor, Phillip and his mother must leave Curacao as Phillip’s mother no longer considers the area safe, although his father will stay behind to continue his job on the…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

What is an example of figurative language in William Golding’s novel, Lord of the Flies?

William Golding uses many types of figurative language throughout his novel, Lord of the Flies. On page 18, we find examples of both personification and simile in “When these breezes reached the…

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  • SCIENCE

a ball 1 is thrown horizontally from the top of a building that is 50 meters tall. if another…

Hello! I assume that we ignore air resistance and that “dropped” means zero initial velocity. The only force which acts on either ball is the force of gravity. It acts downwards regardless of the…

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  • THE CATBIRD SEAT

What is the plot of “The Catbird Seat” by James Thurber?

Erwin Martin has a problem. A toxic person and bully by the name of Ulgine Barrows has infiltrated his normally quiet, well-organized workplace called F & S. The office has been Mr. Martin’s…

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  • A THEORY OF JUSTICE

Explain the “veil of ignorance” as employed by John Rawls in A Theory of Justice. What does…

The veil of ignorance is a very important part of Rawls’ argument in A Theory of Justice. It allows us to evaluate possible actions without prejudice. This makes it possible for us to do a…

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  • THE LADY OR THE TIGER?

Identify verbal irony in Stockton’s “The Lady or the Tiger?”

Verbal irony in Stockton’s “The Lady or the Tiger?” can best be identified by understanding what verbal irony is. Verbal irony…is a trope in which a speaker makes a statement in which its actual…

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  • MACBETH

Why doesn’t Macbeth have a guilty conscience?

Macbeth does have a guilty conscience, however, as his crimes accumulate, it becomes deadened because Macbeth becomes accustomed to his evil nature which he fully embraces in the second half of the…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How does the trial and everything surrounding it change the town of Maycomb?

This question assumes too much. It assumes that the trial changed the town. It would be great if Lee wrote about how the injustices and the racism of the town caused an uproar and changed ensued….

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  • SALVAGE THE BONES

How would you describe Skeetah in Salvage the Bones? What are some of his characteristics?

In Salvage the Bones, Skeetah is a fiercely loving and loyal brother who ironically still engages in the harsh practice of dog fighting. Skeetah is like an overprotective father when it comes to…

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  • HISTORY

Why was there a revolution in Iran in 1979?

There was a revolution in Iran in 1979 because the people of Iran had become disenchanted with the rule of the Shah. They felt that he was modernizing and Westernizing their country to a degree…

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  • GO SET A WATCHMAN

I have to write a thesis on Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird and Go Set A Watchman. Kindly…

One thesis statement that can apply to Go Set a Watchman and To Kill a Mockingbird is that people must embrace taking action that might be uncomfortable in order to form their identity. Both works…

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

Compare the motives of Cassius and Brutus for participating in the assassination of Caesar.

Although they hold similar positions within the Roman government, senators Brutus and Cassius have entirely different motives for participating in Caesar’s assassination. Cassius is a primary…

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  • MATH

If you wanted to have $1,000,000 in savings at retirement, how much would you need to save each…

You need to save $1,000,000 in the next 30 years; your investment earns 5% annual interest. Your present value PV is zero, the future value FV is $1,000,000, the interest rate i is .05, and the…

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  • HISTORY

How did the weakness of the Articles of Confederation affect U.S. relations?

The Articles of Confederation created a weak federal government for our new country. Other countries knew this, and they were going to test us to see how we would respond. Under the plan developed…

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  • FATEMA MERNISSI

In “Digital Scheherazades in the Arab World” by Fatema Mernissi, what are some specific examples…

“Digital Scheherazades in the Arab World” is a scholarly article written by Fatema Mernissi and published in the journal Current History in 2006. As such, its writing style is scholarly, although…

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  • HISTORY

I have a history assignment, the question that I have to answer in detail, is ‘The Assassination… 1 image

So, if I understand this correctly, your teacher has given you an outline (bottom part of the picture) of exactly how they want you to do this essay, is that correct? If so, all you really have to…

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  • ARTS

What are the Photoshop techniques that Fong Qi Wei uses for his photos?

There are several techniques used to create the Time is a Dimension series by Fong Qi Wey, and they are not necessarily restricted to photoshop. These techniques could be achieved by most ‘layer…

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  • TUCK EVERLASTING

How do Jesse’s feelings and Miles’s feelings about the spring differ?

Jesse feels that the spring’s gift of immortality is a wonderful gift. He thinks it is something to be used for fun, because he never has to worry about dying. He can go anywhere he wants and do…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What do we know about Atticus and the Finches in To Kill a Mockingbird?

We know that Atticus is an attorney and he is also a member of the state’s House of Representatives. He grew up at Finch’s landing. He got married when he was older after he had begun practicing…

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  • THE BEGGAR’S OPERA

How does The Beggar’s Opera contain elements of sentimental comedy?

Well, to answer your question, we have to go back to the 18th century when many writers began writing plays which were of a high moral nature. Characters overcame their flaws or fallibilities…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

The end of the Cold War has brought about what sort of change in the president’s international role?

The end of the Cold War has brought about some decline in the president’s (and the United States’) international role. This decline happened because the US lost its standing as the leader of…

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  • HISTORY

How did the New Deal affect the economy?

The New Deal greatly affected our economy. When President Roosevelt took office, 25% of our population was unemployed. Businesses were closing and banks were failing. People felt hopeless and…

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  • SCIENCE

How can we prevent earthquakes and damages caused by earthquakes?

Unfortunately, we are unable to stop the earthquakes from happening. These are natural occurrences and we do not yet possess any technology to prevent them from happening. In fact, we cannot even…

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  • LETTERS TO A YOUNG POET

Where, according to Rilke, should the poet find beauty?

The simplest answer to your question is that Rilke believed a true artist could find beauty everywhere, because it exists everywhere. In fact, Rilke pretty much states exactly that in Letter Five…

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  • THE SLAVE’S DREAM

What are the Romantic features of the poem “The Slaves Dream”?

Romanticism was a reaction to the Industrial Revolution, which brought huge population growth, pollution, a wider divide between rich and poor and thus, widespread abject poverty, and disease. So…

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  • D.

What influence did Sappho have on imagist poet Hilda Doolittle, pen name H.D.?

Sappho, a Greek poet born on the island of Lesbos in the 7th century BCE, was renowned for her lyric poetry. Lyric poetry is ancient, and just like the name implies, was intended to be sung to…

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  • JOHN DONNE

What is the tone of John Donne’s poem “The Good Morrow”?

John Donne’s poem “The Good-Morrow” is part of his Songs and Sonnets published in 1633, and although he called this a sonnet, the poem is 21 lines long rather than 14 and is a mix of iambic…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

Some quotes about innocence and experience in “Lord Of The Flies”?

I like this one from the very end of the book, when Ralph has finally been rescued. And in the middle of them, with filthy body, matted hair, and unwiped nose, Ralph wept for the end of…

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  • THE STORY OF AN HOUR

In the short story, “The Story of an Hour” by kate Chopin, what kind of relationships do the…

Kate Chopin tells us the story of one Louise Mallard in a very subtle and restrictive way. Louise knows herself to be an individual soul and she has no wish to play the role of a conventional ideal…

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  • THE STORY OF AN HOUR

Compare “The Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin and “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins…

Both of these stories, Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” and Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper,” offer a chilling view of the treatment of women, most especially during the…

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  • THANK YOU, M’AM

What is the denouement of “Thank You Ma’m” ?

The denouement of Hughes’s story is when Mrs. Jones closes the door on Roger, leaving him to navigate his future choices. The denouement–or declining action following the climax of the plot–of…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the peculiar behavior of water during expansion and contraction?

Water behaves like other substances as it goes through temperature changes. As it loses heat (cools down), the individual water molecules have less and less energy; therefore, they move around and…

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  • THERE’S A CERTAIN SLANT OF LIGHT

How does Emily Dickinson present her idea of light in the poem “There’s a certain slant of light”?

Dickinson’s view of light is the opposite of what light generally symbolizes. For most readers, a “Slant of light, / Winter Afternoons” (ll. 1-2) would generally bring a sense of happiness; winter…

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  • LOVE (III)

What is the portrayal of love in the poem “Love (III)” by George Herbert?

“Love (III)” by George Herbert is a poem written as a conversation between God and a worshipper. The author was a religious man who was wrote this poem with both a religious and secular…

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  • THANK YOU, M’AM

In “Thank You, M’am,” how did Mrs. Jones react when Roger tried to steal her purse?

From the beginning to the end, Mrs. Jones reacts in a way that is completely beyond Roger’s expectation. In the first place, Roger is quite sure that he would be able to pull the purse slinging…

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  • SCIENCE

How many moles are present in 5 atoms of helium?

One of the most difficult concepts for new students of chemistry is the concept of the mole. The mole is really just a representative, named number, like pi, or a dozen. You can have a dozen of…

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  • HEALTH

Please briefly explain how you might implement a public health campaign.

In order to implement a public health campaign, there are six steps that are recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The six steps include: describe the problem, perform market…

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  • JACQUES PRÉVERT

In the poem, “Breakfast”/ “Dejeuner du Matin,” by Jacques Prevert, what does the scene depict?

“Dejeuner du Matin” is a deceptively simple poem that creates the dreary scene of a detached man and his despairing wife who sit together, but alone at the same time, because they sit across from…

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  • RAYMOND’S RUN

Explain, with quotes, how the characters in “Raymond’s Run” think and feel about Raymond.

Raymond suffers from mild mental retardation. He has got an abnormally big head, causing others to make fun of him. His sister and protagonist, Hazel Elizabeth Deborah Parker, famous as Squeaky, is…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the relationship between geographical location (e.g. inland/coastal) and the amount of…

For areas where the ground is heated by the Sun (especially the tropics), convection rainfall is common. The Sun heats the ground, which in turn heats the air just above the surface. This hot air…

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  • SCIENCE

What is communicable disease?

A communicable disease is an infection that can be spread from one organism to another. Organisms spread communicable diseases via either airborne bacteria or viruses. Communicable diseases can…

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  • WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

Why did Wordsworth use the language of the rustics in his poetry?

The answer to this question is somewhat complex, as Wordsworth himself had a fair bit to say about it in his “Preface to Lyrical Ballads.” Wordsworth discusses his choice of language by first…

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  • HISTORY

What do the direct speeches tell us about the place of divination in Zhou politics? How does the… 1 image

  1. Ancestor veneration was quite common in China, and continues to some extent even today. It is an act of filial piety, which is a Confucian tradition that mandates respect for one’s elders,…

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