Solve the Linear Inequality: -2x+ 3

# Solve the Linear Inequality: -2x+ 3

• MATH

Solve 2^ (x -3) – 8 = 0

2^(x-3) – 8 = 0 First we will add 8 to both sides: ==> 2^(x-3) = 8 Now we will rewrite 8: we know that: 8 = 2^3 ==> 2^(x-3) = 2^3 Now since the bases are equal, then the powers are equals…

• MATH

Let f(x)= – X^2 – 4 x – 1 and g(x) = – 3 X^2 + 5 x + 4 . Find g(f(0)) .

f(x) = -x^2 – 4x -1 g(x) = -3x^2 + 5x + 4 find g(f(0) First we need to determine g(f(x) g(f(x) = g ( -x^2 – 4x -1) = -3(x^2-4x-1)^2 + 5(-x^2 – 4x -1) + 4 Let us factor (-x^2 – 4x -1) :…

• MATH

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• MATH

Suppose that x > 0 , cos(θ) = 45/x and sin(θ) = 24/x . Find x

sin a = 45/ x cos a = 24/x We are given that sine and cosine of an angle. Then we could use the trigonometric properties to solve: We know that: sin^2 a + cos^2 a = 1 Then we will substitute:…

• MATH

Solve the Linear Inequality: -2x+ 3 <5

-2x+ 3 <5 First we will subtract 3 from both sides: ==> -2x + 3 – 3 < 5 – 3 ==> -2x < 2 Now we will divide by -2: (remember that when dividing or multiplying by a negative number,…

• MATH

2½ inches per minute, 240 inches per hour, 1/4 foot per minute; which is fastest?

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• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Need help finding quotes from To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee that are examples of the…

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• MATH

which of the following statements is false? a) A quartic function could have two pairs of equal…

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• MATH

Solve the equation 3y+6=y-2 for y.

I think the question is to solve the equation for the value of y. Now you have given 3y + 6 = y – 2 subtract y from both the sides of the equation => 3y – y + 6 = y – y -2 => 2y + 6 = -2…

• THE DESTRUCTORS

Please give a summary of “The Destructors.”

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• A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR’S COURT

When Hank tells Clarence that he “ain’t more than a paragraph,” is he being sarcastic?

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• THE TELL-TALE HEART

Analyze the story “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe.

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• IN ANOTHER COUNTRY

In In Another Country, how is the Major different from the other wounded men?

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• PORPHYRIA’S LOVER

How does Browning use imagery, figurative language, and sound qualities in “Porphyria’s Lover”?

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Hope in the text1) how does the text offer hope for change?2) Is the text version of…

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• ORYX AND CRAKE

how does the text offer hope for change?1) how does the text offer hope for change? 2) Is the…

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• THE ROCKING-HORSE WINNER

In “The Rocking-Horse Winner” how old is Paul when he dies?

This is an interesting question, because I don’t think that the story ever actually says specifically how old he is, so we just have to use clues throughout to guess. When Paul is introduced, it…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What other events can be compared to Mrs.Dubose’s courage in To Kill a Mockingbird?

Several characters had their own moments of courage. Boo Radley had two. First, he covered Scout and Jem with a blanket during the fire at Miss Maudie’s. Then, he saved Jem and Scout from Bob…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird is Cal’s double life of being a servant for the Finches and a seemingly…

Imagine yourself in Calpurnia’s situation as a black woman living in the South in the 1930’s. Racism was rampant, her people were constantly discriminated against, poverty was constantly knocking…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird what is the purpose of the scene between Cal and Lula at First Purchase?

This scene serves a couple very useful purposes in showing the cultural and societal conflicts that existed in the South during the time that the novel is set. Even though it is a very simple…

• FROST AT MIDNIGHT

Please scan the last stanza of “Frost at Midnight” (detect the feet and the stress patterns…

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• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What value does reality TV have for society?What value does reality TV have for society?

In my opinion, if reality shows on TV are valuable at all, it is because they give people a way to dream. They allow people to imagine that it is possible for them, too, to become rich and…

• ROMEO AND JULIET

What are the three significances of Juliet’s speech in Act 3 Scene 2 Line 73-85 of Romeo and…

In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, it is the conflicts between the intense love of Juliet and Romeo and the hatred that divides their families that predominates throughout the play. Juliet’s…

• MACBETH

In Macbeth, how does Macduff describe the turmoil in Scotland?

In Act 4 Scene 3 of Macbeth, Macduff describes the turmoil in Scotland. He tells Malcolm that Scotland is under the control of a tyrant and that many senseless deaths have occurred. He says that…

• ESSAY LAB

Can somebody help me out on writing 3 paragraphs on some kind of argument?

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• ANIMAL FARM

In Animal Farm, what role does Boxer play on the farm?

Boxer is seen as a threat to Napoleon for a variety of reasons. Boxer is very strong on both physical and political levels. Napoleon, with the help of Squealer, comes to view Boxer as a threat…

• ANIMAL FARM

In Animal Farm, which of all animals seem to represent the point of view of the author?

I would say that Boxer probably best represents Orwell’s point of view. I think that this is something that is brought out for a variety of reasons. The first is that Orwell’s story ends on such…

• JULIUS CAESAR

What happens in the end of Julius Caesar?

At the end of this play, Rome finally regains its order and peace. The war between the various major characters finally ends. In its place, Octavius and Antony become the two men who indisputably…

• LITERATURE

In literary symbolism, what does the falcon generally represent?

The falcon is a proud bird, and it appears often in literature, symbolizing a variety of ideas. Shakespeare uses falcon imagery in Othello, when Othello characterizes his relationship with…

• HARD TIMES

In Hard Times, give a brief analysis of Thomas Gradgrind, Louisa Gradgrind and Josiah Bounderby…

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• POETRY

Please give a summary and critical appriciation of “The Lotus” by Toru Dutt.

In Toru Dutt’s poem, the speaker describes “Love” coming to “Flora” to hear her choice of which flower she thought should be named the “undisputed queen” of flowers. It seems that the rose and the…

• SCIENCE

Reward systemI have always believed in the intrinsic value of learning and felt…

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• THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

Explain the irony in the following quote from The Taming of the Shrew.”If either of you both love…

This is our first introduction to Baptista and his two daughters, Katharina and Bianca. We can sympathise with Baptista – he has two beautiful daughters, but one, Katharina, is so shrewish that no…

• ROBERT ANDERSON

What is the summary/analysis of ‘I’m getting old now’ by Robert Kroetsch? A summary or analysis…

The poem, I’m Getting Old Now begins with the statement: “I’m Getting Old Now” bringing out the poet’s awareness of his advancing age. As one grows old and nears the end, one thinks a great…

• GULLIVER’S TRAVELS

do you think that both gulliver’s travels and robinson crusoe are allegorical knowledge?

Gulliver’s travels & Robinson Crusoe are both novels which were written at the same period and they both had an accidents in the sea. They both were located in isolated islands and they met…

• MACBETH

What reason does lady Macbeth give for not killing Duncan herself in Macbeth?

The reason that Lady Macbeth gives for not killing Duncan herself is the fact that she is a woman. Lady Macbeth was a very ambitious person for herself and her husband, however, it was her husband…

• HISTORY

Why was printing important in bringing about social change?

In my opinion, the invention of the printing press (with movable type) was one of the most important ever. It allowed information to become available to many more people. This helped cause a…

• PHYSICS

Please answer the following question.If the coefficient of thermal expansion of steel is 1.1 x 10…

The coefficient of thermal expansion of steel is given as 1.1*10^-5 /C. Now the length of the steel rail is 4.2 m. The standard expression for the coefficient of thermal expansion in Physics is the…

• SCIENCE

What about science interests you the most?What about science interests you the most?

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• THERE WILL COME SOFT RAINS

In “There Will Come Soft Rains,” discuss and explain the use of irony in building and making his…

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• HISTORY

How should decisions about religious law be regarded by civil legal systemThe legal system based…

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• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

To Kill a Mockingbird essay quotesCan someone please tell me three quotes concerning what Scout…

In Chapter 11 of To Kill a Mockingbird, after having been made by Atticus to read to Mrs. Dubose, Jem and Scout talk with Atticus about her. Their father tells the children, “She had her own views…

• MY LAST DUCHESS

What are the best quotes to show poetic devices in “My Last Duchess” (e.g., alliteration,…

In “My Last Duchess,” the main poetic devices are: Verbal Irony: “She had A heart–how shall I say?–too soon made glad, Too easily impressed;” (How can being a happy, charitable person be bad?)…

• A WORN PATH

I need to support my idea about “A Worn Path.” I think the grandson in the story is dead. I need…

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• THE ROCKING-HORSE WINNER

Can you give me more details about some of the characters in “The Rocking-Horse Winner” by D. H….

The characters in this story are all very interesting, especially that of little Paul and his money-loving mother. His mother is described in detail in the first paragraphs of the story as a…

• SONNET 116

In “Sonnet 116,” what is the nature of the relationship described?

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• THE DUCHESS AND THE JEWELLER

Why were the duchess and the Oliver Bacon friends as well as enemies at the same time?

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• TEACHERS

How can students and professionals deal with the ethical issues of plagiarism?How can students…

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• HISTORY

Should governments have the power to restrict civil rights during crisis situations?im thinking…

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