Using 10 coins, how can you make change for 95 cents, that will not make change for a quarter?

Using 10 coins, how can you make change for 95 cents, that will not make change for a quarter?

  • MATH

translate the following phrase into algebraic expression the quotient of a number and nine minus…

Let the number be x: Then the quotient of the number and nine is x/9 Then the expression would be : y= (x/9) -3

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  • MATH

Using 10 coins, how can you make change for 95 cents, that will not make change for a quarter?

Use a fifty cent piece, one quarter, three nickels, and five pennies. That gives you 10 coins, and a total of ninety five cents. You also cannot make change for a quarter, because the smaller coins…

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  • MACBETH

Discuss and relate the first meeting between Macbeth and the three witches, and tell how this…

In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, the meeting between Macbeth and the three witches serves as the catalyst for the drama. The witches introduce the idea of his being king to Macbeth, or at least make the…

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  • THOMAS HARDY

What exactly does the soldier mean by discribing war as “quaint” and “curious” in Thomas Hardy’s…

Thomas Hardy is a British writer, and in British English, the word “curious” is more likely to be used to express “strangeness” or “oddness,” instead of “the state of wanting to know more,” as is…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

Contrast between court life between rural life with relevance to as u like it

As You Like It is a play that deals with the pastoral ideal. Shakespeare uses the court and the Forest of Arden to idealize pastoral living and the social equlizing of dwelling in nature as opposed…

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  • REFERENCE

How to Convert TOD generated from JVC to AVI/MP3/MP4/FLV/MPEG/MOV/3GP on Mac ? Brorsoft TOD…

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  • MATH

Which is the value for (1+i)^20?

(1+i)^20 = (1+i)^2*10 = [(1+i)^2 ]^10 = (2i)10 = (2^10)(i)^10 = (2^10)*(-1) = -(2^10)= -1024

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  • MATH

Calculate sinpi/3 + sin2pi/3 + sin3pi/3 + sin4pi/3.

S= sin(pi/3) + sin(2pi/3) + sin(3pi/3) + sin(4pi/3) Let us calculate each term: sin(pi/3)= sin (180/3)= sin(60)= sqrt(3)/2 sin (2pi/3)= sin(2(60)= sin(120)= sqrt(3)/2 sin(3pi/3)= sin(3(60)=…

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  • MATH

Determine z knowing that (z’ + 7i)/z = 6. z’ is z conjugate

we have : (z’+7i)/z=6 Let z= x+yi ==> z’= x-yi Now substitute: (z’+7i)/z= 6 (x-yi +7i)/x+yi =6 [x-yi +7i]/(x+yi)=6 Multiply by z= (x+yi) ==> (x-yi +7i]= 6(x+yi) ==> x-yi +7i= 6x +6yi…

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  • MADAME BOVARY

What is the nature of man and God in Madame Bovary?

Like everything else in Flaubert, there is complexity in this particular question. Human beings are depicted in a variety of manners in the novel. I do think that one particular present theme…

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  • MATH

Calculate sin(11pi/12).

sin(11pi/12) Let us rewrite 11pi/12 = 12pi/12 -pi/12= pi-pi/12 ==> SIN(11PI/12)=sin (pi-pi/12) But, sin pi-x= sinx ==> sin(pi-pi/12)= sin(pi/12)= ==> sin(pi/12)= sin(1/2)*(pi/6) But we…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Teenagers should be given more freedom. Please give your views for or against this statement….

My initial reaction to the question would be the need for greater clarification as being needed. When we are analyzing the need for more freedom for teens, what exactly are we trying to expand?…

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  • HISTORY

Can you describe how Reconstruction was brought to an end by white terror and the…

1877 is the most common date given for the end of Reconstruction, because it was that year in which Union occupying troops finally left the South as pat of the Compromise of 1876 agreement solving…

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  • THE LOTTERY

How does the plot itself tie into my thesis, keeping in mind the setting, point of view &…

Concerning your essay and “The Lottery,” plot, of course, is the arrangement and interrelation of events in a narrative work. Plot is what the writer has done to the events that make up a story….

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  • HANNIBAL

What is the effect of the institution on the individual? what is the role of the university in…

This is not going to be easy. I think that there are a couple of things here that need to be addressed. The first is that the role of the institution as shaping the individual is shown through…

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  • MATH

Using division, please find the square roots of the following numbers: ( 1 ) 10404 ( 2) 11025

1) 10404 First we notice that the endign number (4) is even, then the number is divisible by 2: 10404= 2* 5202 Now also, 5202 is ending with an even number (2), then it is diisible by 2: 10404=…

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  • RABINDRANATH TAGORE

Outline the character sketch of Ratan in Postmaster by Rabindranath Tagore.no

Ratan is one of the simplest and yet one of the most enigmatic feminine characters in Rabindranath Tagore’s short stories. She is village girl, simple, honest, caring. She is illiterate at the…

  • MATH

How can hypothesis help me in a job as a pschology?

A correlation describes how 2 VARIABLES are related and its strength. There are two types of variables, independent and dependent. So, from here you can eliminate your answer to either A or C. In…

  • POETRY

What can be a critical appreciation of the poem “My Parents Are Faking” by Ted Scheu?My Parents…

No matter what the poem, a critical appreciation will follow the same basics, though details of analysis will, of course, be different. We’ll use “My Parents Are Pretending” by Ted Scheu,…

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  • REFERENCE

what does it mean by Bruner ” Every Lad Needs Its Lass”?

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

With close reference to the text, discuss the idea that To Kill a Mockingbird is an indictment…

This novel highlights how different people have different responses to the society they live in. There are characters such as Aunt Alexandria or Mr. Cunningham who have very negative attitudes…

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  • MATH

determine if the expressions are polynomial if they are, classify them as a monomial binomial or…

A term in an agebraic expression could be a number , variable or both with any mathematical operation except + or minus. An algebraic expression wiith two or more terms are separated by + or…

  • NOAM CHOMSKY

What is the meaning of this sentence by Noam Chomsky: “Colorless green ideas sleep furiously”?

The sentence has no meaning. Chomsky coined it to illustrate that a sentence can be grammatically perfect but semantically meaningless.

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  • MACBETH

What is the dramatic effect of Macbeth Act 3 Scene 4?Could you tell me what the dramatic irony is…

In Act 3 Scene 4 of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Macbeth holds a banquet for the others in the kingdom and while at dinner, he thinks that he sees the ghost of Banquo. Macbeth addresses the ghost, but…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What laws does the state of Ohio have reguarding partner notification for HIV,AIDS and other…

Are you asking about past sexual partners or current sexual partners? Every state has what they call reportable illnesses and sexually transmitted diseases are part of them. The procedure is…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What are some procedures for collecting physical evidence at a crime scene such as blood?facts

The very first thing that must be done at all crime scenes is securing the scene. Law enforcement officials must limit access to the area/scene, this is done to maintain the integrity of the…

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  • HISTORY

Describe postwar expansion after the War of 1812, and explain how it resulted in the Panic of 1819.

The Treaty of Ghent (1814) at the end of the War of 1812 left all the issues that had led Britain and the U.S. to war unresolved. It simply restored the political conditions before the war. Yet, an…

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  • HISTORY

Describe the end of the first party system in the late 1810s and the beginning of the second one…

The first party system in the U.S. consisted of Federalists, led by Alexander Hamilton, and the Democratic-Republicans, led by Thomas Jefferson. After the War of 1812, the country experienced the…

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  • JONATHAN SWIFT

What does Swift think of Dryden?

Dryden is ridiculed by Swift in his satire The Battle of the Books (1704). Swift took part to the Quarrel of the Ancients and the Moderns with the publication of his satiric work. The Quarrel…

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  • THROUGH THE TUNNEL

What is the rising action of Through the Tunnel by Doris Lesing?

In the short story “The Tunnel” a young boy, no longer a baby but coming into adolescence, has discovered that some of the native boys on the beach disappear in the water and later return. He…

  • REFERENCE

what is religion?i want to know what exactly religion is.is it a mere belief in human mind that…

Religion has been defined as a “set of beliefs that gives meaning to the universe.” This doesn’t necessarily mean belief in a God. People are “religious” about all sorts of things – science,…

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  • HISTORY

Read the diary of anne frank and explain about cruelities commited on jew in not more than 250…

When you write your essay, be sure to mention the following: Jews were required to wear a Star of David attached to the outside of their clothing thereby identifying them for all to see. Jewish…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

Rosalind outshined Orlando in the play. How?’Rosalind is one of the most lively and intelligent…

In Act IV, Scene I, Rosalind, in her guise as the boy Ganymede, is coaching Orlando in the art of wooing her. Orlando seems not to realize that he is actually dealing with the real Rosalind, though…

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  • MACBETH

Explain the importance of Act 4 scene 3 of Macbeth in bringing out the contrast between a good…

Early in the play, Malcolm flees to England seeking safety from the murderer who has killed his father. Even though he is the rightful heir to the throne, Malcolm will not return to Scotland….

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  • MATH

Maths HLP!!!!!!!!!An office 8.5m long and 6.3 m wide is to be carpeted to leave a surround 600mm…

Well, how much have you done on this, Mimi? Have you drawn a diagram to show the 8.5 m x 6.3 m office rectangle with the smaller carpet rectangle within it? The smaller rectangle is (8.5-1.2) m x…

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  • JOHN DRYDEN

What year did John dryden write his translation to virgil’s georgics?

Dryden’s translation of Virgil’s poem, Georgics(The Works of Virgil) was published in 1697. It was a national event sparking a new interest in agricultural poetry and country life among the…

  • TEACHERS

Extra creditExtra credit is the bane of my existence. (Okay, that’s a bit of an exaggeration,…

That is a tough call, I agree. My thoughts usually go towards test corrections as a form of extra credit. But the kids have to explain why their original answer is not correct, as well as provide…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

write these essays: (1)a world without oil/petrol. (2)it is society that creates terrorist.i…

Yeah, this is not going to happen. In all sincerity, I think that it should be noted that few, if any, will write the essays for you. I am not sure that’s where this site is located in terms of…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

Rosalind and Celia are the bitter enemies of Duke Fredrick. Why?

As it turns out, in As You Like It, nobody is really anyone’s “bitter enemy.” Even the so-called evil Duke Frederick repents in the end and gives the court back to his brother Senior, whom he has…

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  • AS YOU LIKE IT

what is the plot of As you like it

A romantic comedy can be multifarious,with the main theme being love. In the play ‘As You Like It’ Shakespeare has introduced not only romance between four different couples but also different…

  • MACBETH

In Macbeth, we do not see Lady Macbeth for two Acts. What do you think has happened in the…

Excellent question! You have identified one of the biggest changes or transformations in this masterful tragedy that shows some of the consequences of unbridled ambition and acts of violence. When…

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  • BUSINESS

What would be the best ways to keep records of secound-hand novels in a small bookshop?

It’s pretty hard to argue with the efficiency of computerizing a book record system in an operation such as yours. Even though you are a small business, computers are now quite inexpensive, and…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the representations of Muslims in both printed and non-printed texts?

When we think about representation, we must remember that there is often a massive difference between how an object, individual or group of people is presented through media and then the actual…

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  • SCIENCE

Describe a single controlled experiment to find out how changing the colour of light affects the…

I’m not sure if this would work, but you could try this. Because one of the products of photosynthesis is oxygen, you might be able to put your water plants inside of an overturned, water-filled…

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  • SCIENCE

Is the work done here? “Porter carrying load on his head walking along the level road ” “Porter…

Yes the work is done, when the porter is walking along a road or he is climbing up or down. When he is climbing down also he has to work against falling down for which he has to generate an…

  • MATH

determine the value of k can i cross multiply ?2x^2 -9x+k= 2x+5 _________ ______…

(2x^2 -9x +k)/(3x^2-22x+7) = (2x+5)/(3x-1) But (3x^2 -22x +7)= (3x-1)(x-7) ==> (2x^2 -9x +k)/ (3x-1)(x-7)= (2x+5)/(3x-1) Now multiply by (3x-1): ==> (2x^2 -9x + k)/(x-7)= (2x+5) Now let us…

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  • MATH

A line segment with length 65 has one endpoint at (3, 9) . The other endpoint is at (-4, y) ….

We have a segment with end points (3,9) and (-4,y) . The segment is 65 unit long. We know that the formula for distance between two points is: d= sqrt[(x2-x1)^2 + (y2-y1)^2] 65= sqrt[(-4-3)^2 +…

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  • RELIGION

How can religion be likened to social inequality?How can religion be likened to social inequality?

Your question seems to relate to the ideas of thinkers such as Karl Marx, who famously stated that “Religion is the opiate of the masses.” What he meant by this is that in his opinion religion…

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  • MATH
  1. Which of the following is the equation of the line passing through (-1, 5) and…

y= (1/3)x +16/3…….(1) y= (1/3)x + 14/3…….(2) Both lines (1) and (2) are perpendicular to the line y= -3x+7 because the product of the slopes = -1 To verify which line passes through the…

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  • MATH

Find the length of arc s, if r = 10 and 0(with a line through it) = pi/6

The arc S is drawn between two lines with angle = pi/6 The arc represents a ratio of the circumference. This ratio would be the same ratio between the angles. The total angle of the circle is 2*pi…

 


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