summary of where the mind is without fearit is the poem by rabindranath tagore

summary of where the mind is without fearit is the poem by rabindranath tagore

  • RABINDRANATH TAGORE

summary of where the mind is without fearit is the poem by rabindranath tagore

This poem is a humble prayer of the poet to the lord of life to enlighten his country( India) into a heaven of intellectual freedom, truism,reasoning and above all a land of full potentiality. Here…

  • THE OUTSIDERS

What are the dynamics of the Greasers and the Socs?

THE GREASERS. The greasers are generally kids who come from the “wrong side of the tracks”: Most come from lower income families and, often, from broken homes. They have very little money, except…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

What things do the McClellans do which cause them to be classified as peculiar?

The main thing that is weird or strange about the McClellan family (and especially Clarisse) is the fact that they like to just hang out together and talk. They do not watch the parlour walls and…

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  • GRAMMAR

Why is the sentence not considered a parallel structure, and what can be done to make it…

Parallel structure means that compound phrases and clauses need to be in the same form. In this case, there is a participial phrase, “applying ingenuity” but its corresponding phrase (that is…

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  • THE POISONWOOD BIBLE

What is the author’s style in The Poisonwood Bible? Can you give examples of that style?

In The Poisonwood Bible, the most prominent aspects of style employed by Kingsolver are the manipulations in narrative voice. Each chapter in the novel is told by one of five characters: Orleanna…

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  • GRAMMAR

Make this sentence have parallel structure.No two snowflakes are exactly alike, and leaves are…

Parallel structures need to be the same, whether they are phrases, word combinations, or clauses. To make this sentence a parallel structure, you need to put the two independent clauses into the…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Identify ways that a capitalist system might prevent monopolies from forming?

When you say “capitalist system,” do you mean a pure market economy in which the government stays out of the economy? If so, there would be no way to keep monopolies from occurring. The important…

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  • ESSAY LAB

Does the media determine our reality?I have just been given an assignment that asks me to write a…

I think the similarity between these two movies (in reference to your assignment) is that the main characters in each – at the beginning – are completely unaware that the life they live is not what…

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  • GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

What major barrier divides Africa from Eurasia?In Jared Diamond’s Guns Germs and Steel, chapter…

To me, Diamond is not really saying that there is a major barrier that divides all of Africa from Eurasia. Instead, there is a major barrier that separates central and southern Africa from…

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  • LITERATURE

What is cultural materialism?

Cultural materialism is a concept that is related to the writer Marvin Harris. It is a materialist approach that implies that culture emerges as a product of things. Consider this; when thinking…

  • LORD OF THE FLIES

Why does the author, William Golding, include Ralph, Piggy, and Samneric in the terrible crime of…

William Golding includes Ralph, Piggy, and Samneric in the killing of Simon to suggest that none of the boys are without inherent evil and guilt. Even though these four boys have stayed out of…

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  • GREAT EXPECTATIONS

What is ironic about Pip and Herbert’s discussion in Chapter 41 of Great Expectations by Charles…

In Chapter XLI of Great Expectations, there are a couple of incidences of irony. For one, when Pip declares to Herbert that he can no longer accept money from his benefactor now that he knows what…

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  • TWELFTH NIGHT

Explain the emotions of Viola in Act I, Scene 2 of Twelfth Night.

In this scene from Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, Viola is concerned about finding her twin brother and worries that he has died. However, the sea captain, whom she trusts–“For saying so, there’s…

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  • SCIENCE

What happens to the ear when hearing lose occurs?

When hearing loss occurs it is because one or more parts of the ear are not performing correctly. There are three different kinds of hearing loss. There is conductive hearing loss, neural hearing…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

What is the overall theme of Fahrenheit 451? Explain in an easy to understand way please.

In my opinion, the overall theme of this book is that people can lose their freedoms and even their ability to truly be human if they do not work to protect those things. In the book, the people…

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  • LITERATURE

appreciation of The Sea by james reeves?how to write the form and structure for it?

“The sea” is a poem by james reeves.he takes a close look at the changing nature of the sea.this poem is written in freeverse style.but there are three stanzas.these are devoted to describes the…

  • SCIENCE

How many bones are in the body?

There are 208 bones in the adult human body. We are born with more but these extra bones fuse together during childhood. Some sources will say that we have a slightly different number of bones in…

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  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

What is the significance of Willy trying to kill himself in Death of a Salesman?

Additionally, Willy had a false idea about most aspects of his life: He thought they were in really dire straits when, in fact, the day of his death his wife had posted the last house payment, and…

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  • MATH

plzzz tell me which book is best for reference for 9th standard maths…is it rd or srijan or any…

which board does your school follows? icse? cbse? or some regional?

  • SCIENCE

For points to raise in a speech and symposium, what are details on hormones in plants?It’s my…

Plants are affected by hormones which are organic compounds synthesized in the plant and transported to areas where needed. Auxins are involved in rooting, apical dominance and plant-cell…

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  • MATH

plzz answer my question with full method of solving it… what will be the area of an isosceles…

Let x be the lenght of the equal sides in the triangle. Since the triangle is right angles, then : heypotenuse^2 = side^2 + side^2 ==> 30^2 = x^2 + x^2 ==> 900 = 2x^2 Divide by 2: ==> 450…

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  • SCIENCE

Is the hematocrit significant, what is it?

The hematocrit (Hct.) is a percentage of the blood volume that consists of erythrocytes (red blood cells), or the volume in cubic centimeters (cc’s) of red blood cells that are packed in a blood…

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  • THE SCARLET LETTER

The view of societyHello! I am writing a literary analysis on the Scarlet Letter. The topic that…

The point of the community’s making Hester an example to be scorned so that they feel better about themselves is a valid one. After all, one of the themes of Hawthorne is his criticism of the…

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  • MATH

Solve the following system of linear inequations: 2x+9>5-3x 5x-7=<3x+11

2x + 9 > 5-3x Group similar: ==> 5x > -4 ==> x > -4/5 Then x belongs to (-4/5, inf)………(1) 5x-7=<3x+11 Group similar: ==> 2x =< 18 ==> x =< 9 ==> x belongs…

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  • MATH

Calculate the multiplicative inverse of (3+4i)/(4-5i).

(3+4i)/(4-5i) To find the multiplicative inverse, all you need to do is flip the function so the product of the number and its inverse = 1 Then the inverse is: (4-5i)/(3+4i) Now let us simplify:…

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  • OTHELLO

What dramatic function does the conversation between Montano and the two gentlemen serve? (…

This is a really good question, rkturn! In theatre, especially on a stage like The Globe (where we assume Othello played), it is very important to keep the audience apprised of the location of…

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  • MATH

Show that the function f(x)=4x^3-7 is a bijective function.

To prove that f is a bijective function, we have to demonstrate that f is one-one, onto function. Let’s prove that f is one-one function: For this purpose, for x1 = x2 => f(x1)= f(x2) 4×1^3-7 =…

  • MATH

find the equation of the straight line which passes through (2,-3) and is parallel with x axis or…

We have 2 cases: Case (1): passes through (2,-3) and parallel to x-axis, Parallel to x-axis means that the slope = 0 ==> y-y1= m(x-x1) ==> y+3 – 0 ==> y= -3 Case 2: Passes througth (-2,…

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  • HEART OF DARKNESS

How does Marlow maintain suspense when he is telling the story?

Marlow fully captures the attention of the others on board the Nellie early in the frame story by suggesting that the tale he is about to tell is not only one that changed his life forever but also…

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  • MATH

A train 50m long moving on a straight track passes a pole in 5 seconds. Find the speed of the…

If the train passes the pole in 5 seconds, and the train is 50 meters long, its speed is 10 meters per second. You can find that by dividing its length by the time that it takes to pass a given…

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  • MATH

The midpoints of the sides of a triangle are (2,2), (2,3), (4,6). Find the equations of the sides.

Let ABC be the triangle such that: mid point AB = ((xa+xb)/2, (yb+yb)/2) = (2,2) ==> xa+xb/2 = 2==> xa+xb = 4……(1) ==> (ya+yb)/2 = 2 ==> ya+yb = 4…….(2) midpoint AC= (xa+xc)/2,…

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  • MATH

Log 5 (5x+25) – 2 = 0

log 5 (5x+25) – 2 = 0 Move 2 to the right sides by adding 2: ==> log 5 (5x + 25) = 2 ==> 5x + 25 = 5^2 ==> 5x + 25 = 25 reduce similar: ==> 5x = 0 ==> x= 0 Let us check the answer:…

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  • MATH

Solve for x log 3 12 = log 3 (3x+27)

log 3 (12) = log 3 (3x +27) We know that: if log a b = log a c ==> b = c In our case, we could wrire: 12 = 3x + 27 Subtract 27 from both sides: -15 = 3x Now divide by3: ==> -5 = x ==> x=…

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  • SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS

How I do write a Shakespearean style sonnet (like Sonnet 14)?How do I write a Shakespearean style…

I will explain that a Shakespearean sonnet is written in iambic pentameter (which means 5 repetitions of a weak stress followed by a strong stress– for example, ‘toDAY / i FOUND / a DECK / of…

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  • MATH

Find the equation of the straight line which makes angle 30 with positive direction of x axis and…

The equation is: y-y1= m(x-x1) Since the angle for the line is 30, then : m= tan30 = 1/sqrt3= sqrt3/3 Since it cuts the y axis at +5 , then the point (0,5) belongs to the line: ==> y-5 =…

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  • “MASTER HAROLD” . . . AND THE BOYS

What knowledge of art can be gained by focusing attention on its social, cultural or historical…

I think that the question might be a bit more broadened that you anticipate. It seems to me that the question is asking about the contexts in which it is created and how this enhances the overall…

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  • THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY
  1. H. Lawrence: Sons and Lovers Oedipus complex in Sons and Lovers

The novel tells the story of a miner’s family-the Morel family. Mrs. Morel is disillusioned with her husband, a coarse and hard-drinking miner. Therefore, she places all her expectations on her…

  • MATH

Log 4 (2x-16) = 4

log 4 (2x-16) = 4 Let us rewrite : (2x -16) = 4^4 2x -16 = 256 Now add 16 to both sides: ==> 2x = 272 ==> x = 272/2 = 136 Let us check: log 4 (2(136)-16) = 4 log 4 ( 272-16) = 4 log 4 (256) =…

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  • MATH

Solve for x : ln (x+3) – ln (x+1)^2=0

ln (x+3) – ln (x+1)^2 = 0 We know that: ln a – ln b = ln (a/b) ==> ln (x+3)/(x+1)^2 = 0 ==> (x+3)/(x+1)^2 = e^0 = 1 ==> (x+3)/(x+1)^2 = 1 Multiply by (x+1)^2 ==> x+3 = (x+1)^2 Now…

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  • MATH

log 5x – 1 = log 5

log 5x – 1 = log 5 Let us move 5 to the left side: ==> log 5x – log 5 – 1 = 0 Now add 1 to both sides: ==> log 5x – log 5 = 1 We know that: log a – log b = log (a/b) ==> log (5x/5) = 1…

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  • SPEECH AND DRAMA TEACHERS

How do I make a speech and talk about preventing burglary at home?There has been an increase in…

I think that you have many strong points to begin a speech and a talk about preventing burglary in one’s home. There are a variety of approaches one can take in formulating the speech on such a…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

in Chapter 8, how does Nick leave Gatsby?F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby

If you are asking whether Nick leaves Gatsby by car or on foot or whatever, it seems that he leaves on foot. He has been hanging around with Gatsby and then he goes towards the hedge between their…

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  • WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Write a short account of Catherine’s mental state as revealed in Chapters 11 and 12 of Emily…

The source of all of Catherine’s emotional problems is clearly set forth by Catherine herself in Ch.9 when she tells Nelly Dean, My great miseries in this world have been Heathcliff’s miseries,…

  • MATH

Wich is the minimum value of the function f= 5x^2 – 15x +1 ?

f= 5x^2 – 15 x + 1 First we need to determine the first derivative f’ and find critical values: f'(x) = 10x – 15 Now to calculate critical value we need to find f'(x)’s zeros: => 10x – 15 = 0…

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  • MATH

Solve square root (2x+6)=4

sqrt(2x+6) = 4 First we need to square both sides: ==> [sqrt(2x+6)]^2 = 4^2 ==> 2x + 6 = 16 ==> 2x = 10 ==> x = 5 Let us substitute to make sure that the function is defined for x=5:…

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  • MATH

Solve for x log 4 x > 3 – log 2 x

log 4 (x )> 3 – log 2 (x) We know that: log a b = log c b/ log c a ==> log 4 (x) = log 2 (x)/log 2 (4) ==> log 2 (x) /log 2 (4) > 3- log 2 (x) But log 2 (4) = 2 ==> log 2 (x) / 2…

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  • MATH

Find the equation of the line that passes through (3,4) and the sum of it’s intercepts on the…

The equation for the line is: y-y1 = m (x-x1) We have the point (3,4) psses through the line, ==> y-4 = m(x-3) ==> y = mx – 3m + 4 ==> y – mx = -3m + 4 Divide by -3m + 4: ==> y/(-3m+4)…

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  • KING LEAR

In what manner and under what authority does Albany reclaim power that Edmund may have? ( King…

Albany is son-in-law to the King and husband to Goneril, and as such, holds much power. In the fight against the French armies, he holds authority and commands the troops. Edmund begins the play…

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  • MATH

Find the equation of the line which passes through the point (-2,3) and makes an angle 60 with…

The equation for the lines is: y-y1 = m(x-x1) where m is the slope Let us substitute with (-2,3) ==> y- 3 = m(x+2) Since the line makes a 60 degree angle , then the slope = y2-y1/x2-x1 = tan60 =…

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  • MATH

Reduce x*sqrt3 + y +2 = 0 to the slope intercept form and hence find its slope, inclination and y…

x*sqrt3 + y + 2 = 0 The equation for the slope intercept form is: y= mx + c where m is the slope First we need y on the left side by itself, so we move all other terms. ==> y= -(sqrt3)*x – 2…

 


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