The parable y = x^2 + 5x – 6 is intercepting x axis and y axis in the points P1 and P2 . Find…

The parable y = x^2 + 5x – 6 is intercepting x axis and y axis in the points P1 and P2 . Find…

  • MATH

The parable y = x^2 + 5x – 6 is intercepting x axis and y axis in the points P1 and P2 . Find…

y= x^2 + 5x -6 We need to find the x-intercept (P1) , and the y-intercept (P2) The y-intercept (P1) is (0,y) To find y, let us substitute with x=0: y= 0+0-6 =-6 Then (y-intercept) P1=(0,-6) Now…

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  • LITERATURE

Would the character of Tony Soprano be considered an antihero?Would the character of Tony Soprano…

I’d say Tony Soprano is the perfect example of an antihero. He’s a mobster, has a violent temper, has killed and extorted people for profit, and committed any number of other crimes, not to…

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  • GULLIVER’S TRAVELS

Is there any basis for regarding Wwift as a misanthrope?

The basis that many people use to immediately label Swift as a misanthrope is that he projects the worst qualities of humanism into the characters visited by Gulliver as a way to mock the way that…

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  • MATH

Solve the equation log 5 (x) + log x (5) = 5/2

First, we’ll use the property: log x (5) = 1/log 5 (x) Now, we’ll re-write the equation: log 5 (x) + 1/log 5 (x) = 5/2 We’ll move all terms to one side: log 5 (x) + 1/log 5 (x) – 5/2 = 0 We’ll…

  • YOUNG GOODMAN BROWN

Through the story “Young Goodman Brown”, what message does the author give us? (i.e. What is the…

To me, the main themes of this story are that A) all people have the capacity to be evil somewhere within them and B) that we must not lose faith in other people simply because they are capable of…

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  • LITERATURE

Critically discuss the syntactic differences between the modern English and the Elizabethan…

This is a complex question, and I certainly don’t claim to have much to offer you; however, I’ll give you two observations (without as much detail as you’d like, I’m afraid). When I think of…

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  • ROMANTICISM

Critically examine COLERIDGE’S concept of Poetry.How is it contrasted with that of WILLIAM…

Two years after the publication of Lyrical Ballads by Wordswoth and Coleridge, in 1800, Wordsworth added a theoretical preface to the book. This preface contained his central ideas on poetry e.g….

  • MATH

Determine the radius of the circumscribed circle to a right angle triangle. The cathetus of…

We know that the hypotenuse of the right angle triangle, inscribed in a circle, is the diameter of the circle. So, all we have to do is to determine the hypotenuse of the right angle triangle,…

  • MATH

Home work help! Maths Project>>>>> circle and pi relationship Please provide…

The Greek letter pi is used to represent a universal constant that we come across many mathematical and scientific calculations. It is defined as the ration of the circumference of a circle to its…

  • MATH

Solve for z, 2z’+z=3+4i.

We’ll consider z = a+b*i and it’s conjugate z’ = a-b*i and we’ll substitute them into the given relation. 2z’+z = 2(a-b*i) + a+b*i 2z’+z = 2a – 2bi + a + bi 2z’+z = 3a – bi But, from enunciation,…

  • MATH

Given the equation x^2+3x+1=0, calculate x1^3+x2^3=?

x^2+3x+1 = 0. To find x1^3+x2^3 Solution: X1 and x2 are the roots of the given equation. So,by the relatio, x1+x2 = -3/1= -3and x1x2 = 1.. So x1^3+x2^3 = (x1+x2)^3 – 3x1x2(x1+x2) = (-3)^3- 3(1)(-3)…

  • MATH

Calculate the length of the radius of the circumscribed circle to the triangle ABC.The sides of…

To calculate the radius of a circle that is circumscribed to a triangle, we’ll apply the formula: R = a*b*c/4*S, where: R – radius of the circle; a,b,c – sides of the triangle S – area of the…

  • MATH

Find out the intercepting point of the parable y = x^2-x+3 and the line y=2x+1?

At the intersecting point of the graphs y coordinates are equal .So, y= 2x-1 = x^2-x+3. Or 2x-1 = x^2-x-3 x^2-x+3-(2x-1) = 0 x^2-3x+4 = 0. (x-4)(x+1) = 0. x-3 = 0. Or x+1 = 0. Or x=3 . Or x= -1….

  • MATH

Calculate tg(a+b) if ctg a=2 and ctg b=5?

Given ctga =2. So tga = 1/2 Given ctgb =5 . So tgb = 1/5. WE use these values in tg(a+b) We know that tg(a+b) = (tga+tgb)/(1-tga*tgb). =(1/2+1/5)/(1-1/2)(1/5)) =((5+2)/(5*2)}/(5*2-1)/(5*2)} =7/9

  • MATH

Prove that the line y=2x-1 does not intercept the parable y=x^2+x+1 .

To prove that the line doesn’t intercept the parable, that means that they don’t have any common point, we have to solve the system formed by the equations of the line and parable. If the system…

  • MATH

Solve the equation 2^x + 2^(x+1) + 2^(x-1)=56

To solve 2^x+2^(x+1)+2^(x-1) = 56. Solution: 2^(x+1) =2*2^x and 2^(x-1) =2^x/2. So the given espression is: 2^x+2*2^x+(2^x)/2 = 56. Or (1+2+1/2)2^x = 56 (3.5)2^x = 56. 2^x = 56/3.5 = 16. 2^x =2^4….

  • BIRTHDAY LETTERS

What is the tone established in the lines “Inside your sob sodden kleenex, adn your saturday…

Hughes attempts to expose the complexity of his relationship with plath in this anthology. His is an answer to his critics and silencers. In this poem Hughes is sarcastic, his depiction of Plath as…

  • BIRTHDAY LETTERS

What is the tone in the poem ‘The Shot’? Are there any specific sections or movements in the…

The Shot is agressive and direct. Hughes subverts Plaths subjugation He presents himself as a victim of her bullet hence the cental metaphor of the poem. Hughes however still presents plath as…

  • RABINDRANATH TAGORE

Discuss the two best lines of the story, “The Postmaster.”Discuss the two best lines of the…

For me, I think that the two best lines come out of both a description of Ratan and a description of the painfully human condition in which she lives. I choose these lines because, in my mind, the…

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  • BUSINESS

What are Quality Circles? Examine the process involved in Quality Circles and evaluate the…

Quality circle may be defined as group of people (say about 12) working in an organization who voluntarily meet on a regular basis to identify, investigate, analyse and solve their work related…

  • SCIENCE

What is hot cathode ray tube?diagram

A cathode ray tube is a device that utilizes a stream of electrons striking a flourescent screen to make them visible. The tube has a vacuum so that the electrons do not encounter air and lose…

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  • A TALE OF TWO CITIES

I need 20 paradoxes in Charles Dickens’s A Tale of Two Cities. Please help.

Taking paradox in the broad sense as an apparent contradiction, Charles Dickens creates some paradoxical traits regarding the characters of A Tale of Two Cities. Here are some: 1. After Mr. Lorry…

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  • SCIENCE

What is leading to the spoilage of oceans and what protection measures have been taken to protect…

It’s a combination of things, mostly caused by man. The world is carrying over 6.5 billion people at the moment, and that population produces a gigantic amount of waste. In the last 50 years, but…

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  • A DOLL’S HOUSE

What are Nora’s strengths and weaknesses in her character how does these connect to her character…

Nora’s character strengths include her dedication to the men in her life (father/husband), her innocence and naivete, the ability to make people around her smile, and her loyalty and love for her…

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  • ROMAN FEVER

What is the symbolic significance of Mrs. Slade’s “eyes ranging …Colosseum”? Did she…

Mrs. Slade and Mrs. Ansley are engaging in their own mortal battle. They are fighting as skillfully as the gladiators of the Colosseum once fought, but much more subtly. Their weapons are words…

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  • PHILIP K. DICK

Philip K. Dick’s “Second Variety”, what is it about?

Second Variety was a short story written in 1953. (But there is also a collection of short stories called Second Variety, published in 1981). The science fiction story is set in the aftermath of…

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  • MATH

Simplify (2/x+9) + (5/x-9) choices are: 7/x+9 7/x^2-81 7x+27/7 7x+27/x^2-81

(5/(x-9) + (2/(x+9) First we will determine the common denominator which is (x-9)(x+9) = x^2 -81 ==> [5(x+9) + 2(x-9)]/(x^2-81) Now open brackets: ==> (5x+45 +2x -18)/(x^2-81) ==> (7x…

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  • THE ROCKING-HORSE WINNER

What are writs and why are they important in the story “The Rocking Horse Winner”?

Writs are usually legal documents issued by the courts, mandating some sort of behavior from a person. In “The Rocking Horse Winner,” the family is always short on money, and yet they live a…

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  • THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

Why is the lighthouse an important symbol in the Most Dangerous Game?

Richard Connell’s adventurous short story, The Most Dangerous Game, gains strength from his use of symbols, specifically that of the lighthouse. Lighthouses… have become symbolic monuments of…

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  • FLORENCIO SÁNCHEZ

Do you know of an article on Florencio Sanchez’s Barranca Abajo, which is also known as…

If you’re looking for articles, a great resource is Google Scholar. To use this tool, you simply go to the Google homepage and choose the link that says “more” at the top of the page (adjacent to…

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  • REFERENCE

Do people go to summer school if they fail classes like Spanish, gym (P.E.), or earth science?Do…

That depends on the rules of your school district or college, as they vary greatly. If you are in a program that has required courses and/or group requirements, you may have to repeat a course in…

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  • LITERATURE

What is defamiliarisation?

‘Defamiliarization’ is a term used for the first time by the Russian Formalists in general and Victor Shklovsky in particular. In the formalistic emphasis on the structural emanation of meaning in…

  • HISTORY

What compromises did Congress propose in dealing with slavery in the territories and how well did…

The main ones were the Three-Fifths Compromise, the Missouri Compromise, the Compromise of 1820 and the Compromise of 1850. None of them worked very well and the Civil War broke out in spite of…

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  • LITERATURE

Quiz on Literary terms and examplesWhat are the common literary terms. I have a quiz on literary…

If you are just starting out the main ones to focus on in my opinion are alliteration, onomatopoeia, similes, metaphor, imagery, allegory and symbol. You can then expand this list by looking at…

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  • HAMLET

The conflict between Ophelia and Hamlet character illuminates the meaning of the work as a whole….

I think that you can progress in a variety of ways with such a question. In my mind, I would say that the fundamental premise in their relationship is that they both have feelings for one another….

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  • REFERENCE

How is counseling different than patient education?How is counseling different than patient…

To me, the fundamental difference between both concepts is the formal structure in one that might not be as apparent in the other. Patient education sounds like a formal process. There would be…

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  • MACBETH

What are the main images in Macbeth and what is their purpose? Images I thought of were milk,…

I think that the entire nature of an inverted world could be symbolized by the witches, themselves. Their opening lines of “fair is foul” indicates that the world in which we are going to be…

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  • SHILOH

How does the setting of the story “Shiloh” contribute to our understanding of it?

In the short story “Shiloh” the reader is given the setting of a place in Kentucky. One is also told that the man is at home with his wife after having an injury that has changed his ability…

  • HISTORY

How did the Great Depression affect political tensions?I am not set exactly but I think i want…

Political tensions and the causes you mention of women’s, African-American rights and child labor concerns are largely separate in the 1930s. There were some advances, particularly for blacks with…

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  • THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER

Is the narrator insane or is Roderick Usher insane?Please provide direct evidence from the story…

While Edgar Allan Poe’s narrators are often unreliable, the narrator of “The Fall of the House of Usher” seems at first acutely sensitive to his environment, rather than mentally disturbed. In the…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Almost half of todays marriages end in divorces. Second marriages are even more likely to fail…

You’ve got a lot of questions to answer there, too many, really for this space, but let me get you started. Marriage, as a social institution, has been around for a very long time, and in my view,…

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  • THE QUEEN OF SPADES

Explain the theme of the nature of God and the nature of man in “The Queen of Spades.”

Since Pushkin employs magicalism in “The Queen of Spades,” it is a little awkward to identify the theme of the nature of God versus the nature of man in the story. Critics generally prefer to…

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  • BUSINESS

“The location of plant can be affected by political consideration also”. Explain the factors…

I think that the implication of the statement is that political interests and business ones can work in collusion with one another. It is no accident that commerce and politics have a very strong…

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  • THE STORY OF AN HOUR

Write a quotation sandwich (introduction/ response is bread, brief quote filling) on this theme…

I will tackle one of these stories: “The Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin. After hearing of the untimely death of her husband, Louise Mallard begins to realize that she is now free from the…

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  • GUIDE TO LITERARY TERMS

What are literary terms and explain with relevant examples?Literary terms with examples from…

I will use “The Story of an Hour” for examples. Chopin uses several literary devices in her construction of “The Story of an Hour.” Symbolism (using an object to represent another object or idea)…

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  • GUIDE TO LITERARY TERMS

What are the literary terms ? Explain with examples.I have a quiz on literary terms with…

Consider using a dictionary for literary terms to help you find the terms that you need, but for now, here are some examples of the terms that you have listed: Plot–the sequence of events in a…

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  • MACBETH

In act one scene seven, does Macbeth’s opening soliloquy suggest that he is to blame for Duncan’s…

Act 1.7 of Shakespeare’s Macbeth is before Duncan is murdered. Technically, the soliloquy doesn’t prove anything, since it is before the assassination. At the same time, of course Macbeth is…

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  • MATH

write the fraction as a expression using a negetive exponent other than -1

I will give you examples on how to right fractions using negative exponents” For example we have the fraction: 16/9 This could be written as: 4*4 / 3*3 = 4^2/3^2= (4/3)^2 If you flip the function ,…

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  • MATH

How many 9inch blocks of wood can be cut from a board that is 71/2 feet long?

its 12*7.5 because 12 inches in a foot 90 inches divided by 9 inches is 10 so you can make 10 strips/ planks

  • MATH

It is 1 1/3miles from Aaron’s House to Curtice’s house, if Aaron runs 2/5 of the way to Curtis…

The distance (d)= 1 1/3 = 4/3 mile Aaron runs 2/5 of the distance (d) ==> The distance he run = (2/5)*(4/3) = 8/15 mile The distance remains to Curtis house =…

 


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