# What are 3 reasons that Winston Smith from the book 1984 is or is not a hero?

**THE GREAT GATSBY**

**What are parallelisms and what examples are presented in the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott…**

Well, grammatically, parallelism generally refers to a sentence structure which “matches,” so to speak. For example, “The young girl was interested in gathering flowers, pressing them in books,…

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**1984**

**What are 3 reasons that Winston Smith from the book 1984 is or is not a hero?**

Reasons he is a hero: 1. He stands up for something he believes in. Though there is incredible pressure to simply go along with Big Brother, and though there appears to be little hope of success…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**How do children learn about the differences between what they see and what other people see?**

It’s difficult to tell from your question if you mean what they physically are able to see, their perceptions of reality vs. those of adults or how the role of imagination and mental immaturity…

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**THE BLUEST EYE**

**In The Bluest Eye, why are the child’s reading primer passages repeated and run together?**

In Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye, the first section of the novel is preceeded by a re-creation of a children’s primer based on the Dick and Jane readers of the mid 1900s. Historically, the…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Discuss social division and its influence on politics in India.**

I would say that social division plays no different role in Indian politics than it does in any democratic order. The greater social division there is, the greater the likelihood that politicians…

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**ROMEO AND JULIET**

**What is the motivation/drive of friar lawrence?**

I think that there are a couple of main motivations behind Friar Lawrence’s actions. The first, and less important, of the two is doing what is right for Romeo. The Friar is clearly concerned with…

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**THE GLASS CASTLE**

**What are some examples of irony in The Glass Castle?I need help find examples of irony in the…**

One of the most common forms of situational irony in literature is when children take on traditional adult roles. This is ironic, of course, because young children are expected to be dependent on…

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**GREAT EXPECTATIONS**

**What is the exposition of Great Expectations by Charles Dickens?**

In the plot of a narrative or drama, the exposition is the part of the work that introduces the characters, the setting, and the basic situation or problem. Such information is typically presented…

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**LAW AND POLITICS**

**Is there a Law protecting Primates from being experimented?**

The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights protects all human beings from such experimentation, but there is no law that extends to protect non-human primates, or to declare them as…

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**THINGS FALL APART**

**What tone is created with the use of “In the end ….”?**

Of course, ostensibly, the tone created is one of finality, of things being finished and having run their natural course. One of the things about the ending of the book though, is that in some…

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**MATH**

**Prove that log 5 (6)+log 6 (7)+log 7 (8)+log 8 (5)>4I’ve put the base the first and the…**

log 5 (6) + log 6 (7) + log 7 (8) + log 8 (5) > 4 We know that log a (b) = log c (b) / log c (a) Let c be 10 ==> log a (b) = log b/ log a Then, let us rewrite: log 6/ log 5 + log 7/ log 6 +…

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**MATH**

**How many digits have the number 2^12 * 5^8 =?**

2^12 * 5^8 = 2^(8+4) * 5^8 = 2^8 * 2*4 * 5^8 Rearrange: = 2^4 * 2^8 * 5^8 = 2^4 * (2*5)^8 = 16 * 10^8 = 16 * 100,000,000 = 1,600,000,000 There are 10 digits ( 1 billion and 600 million)

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**MATH**

**Calculate f(-7) if f(7)=7 f(x)= ax^7 + bx^3 + cx – 7**

f(x) = ax^7 + bx^3 + cx -7 f(7) = a(7)^7 + b(7)^3 + c(7) -7 = 7 ==> (7^7)a + (7^3)b + 7c = 14………(1) f(-7) = a(-7)^7 + b (-7)^3 + c(-7)-7 = -1(a(7^7) – b (7^3) – c(7) – 7…

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**PRIDE AND PREJUDICE**

**In Pride and Prejudice, how do we know that Lydia and Wickham’s marriage is not working out?**

I don’t think there is a direct statement that this marriage is failing, but when we recollect the moral and intellectual character of Lydia and Wickham, we don’t have much to hope for. Lydia is…

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**MATH**

**There are given the ratios a/b = b/c = c/a . Demonstrate that a=b=c !**

a/b = b/c = c/a Let a/b = x ==> a = bx …(1) ==> b/c = x==> b = cx …..(2) ==> c/a = x ==> c = ax …..(3) Multiply (1) (2) and (3) ==> abc = abc x ==> x = 1 ==> a/b = x =…

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**MATH**

**If x+y+z=0 and and xy+yz+zx=0, thenit is true that x=y=z?**

x+ y + z = 0 xy + yz + zx = 0 ==> x = y = z ??? Let us start from x + y + z = 0 Let us square: ==> x^2 + y^2 + z^2 + 2(xy + yz + xz) = 0 ==> x^2 + y^2 + z^2 + 2(0) = 0 ==> x^2 + y^2 +…

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**MATH**

**Which is the decomposed form for the expression x^2 + 4x + 3?**

f(x) = x^2 + 4x + 3 Let us calculate the roots: x1 = [-b + sqrt(b^2 – 4ac)]/2a = -4+sqrt(16-12)/2= -(4 + 2)/2= -1 ==> x1= -1 is a root, ==> (x+1) is a factor of f(x) x2= [-b – sqrt(b^2 -…

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**MATH**

**How to solve the equation sin x + arcsin x = 0**

sin:R – [-1; 1] arcsin: [-1 , 1] – [ – Pi/2; Pi/2] So, x belongs to R intersected with [-1, 1] . => x belongs to [ -1, 1] If x belongs to [-1,0) then sinx < 0, arcsinx < 0…

**MATH**

**Prove that the first 3 decimals of the number ( sqrt26 + 5 )^3 , are all nule.**

We know that (sqrt26+5)(sqrt26-5) =1 Therefore sqrt26-5 = 1/(sqrt26+5) {sqrt(26-5}^3 = { 1/sqrt(25 +5)} ^3 < {1(/5+5)} ^3 = 1/10^3= 0.001. Also {sqrt26+5}^3 – {sqrt26-5}^3 = (a+b)^3-(a-b)^3…

**MATH**

**Calculate the value of the product (1-1/2^2)(1-1/3^2)(1-1/4^2)…(1-1/10^2)**

(1- 1/2^2) (1- 1/3^2)(1- 1/4^2) … (1- 1/10^2) We know that: 1- 1/x^2 = (1- 1/x)(1 + 1/x) ==> (1- 1/2)(1+1/2) (1- 1/3)(1+1/3) …. (1- 1/10)(1+1/10) =…

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**MATH**

**If x = sqrt(2-sqrt3)^2 then x+sqrt3 = ?**

x = sqrt(2-sqrt3)^2 x = 2-sqrt3 Therefore x+sqrt3 = 2-sqrt3+sqrt3 = 2.

**MATH**

**Calculate the result of multiplying, without multiply: 96*104**

We could write the 2 factors of the product, having the number 100 as pivot: 96=100-4 104=100+4 So, 96*104=(100-4)( 100+4) But (100-4)( 100+4) is the difference of squares: 100^2 – 4^2 96*104 =…

**MATH**

**Which is the value of true of the inequality ? 1/log2Pi + 1/log5Pi > 2**

We will use the formula for logarithms, of reversing the base with the number, in order to obtain a sum of 2 logarithms with the same base. We’ll use the property of product of logarithms with…

**MATH**

**Which is the value of true of the identity: 1/(1-x) + 1/(1+x)+ 2/(1+x^2)+ 4/(1+x^4) + 8/(1+x^6)…**

We’ll group the first 2 terms to calculate the sum of them: (1/1-x)+(1/1+x)=(1-x+1+x)/(1-x)(1+x)=2/(1-x^2) The new quotient will be added to the third term. [2/(1-x^2)]+…

**MATH**

**If a^2 + b^2 = c^2 + d^2 = 1 and ac + bd = 0 , which is the value for bc – ad = ?**

a^2 + b^2 = c^2 + d^2= 1….(1) ac + bd = 0……….(2) we need: bc-ad = ? From (1) let us multiply (by c^2 + d^2) both sides: (a^2 + b^2)*(c^2 + d^2) = c^2 + d^2 (ac)^2 + (ad)^2 + (bc)^2 + (bd)^2…

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**MATH**

**Why a convex polygon cannot have 4 acute angles ?**

The sum of exterior angles of a convex polygon (with any number of sides) is 360 degrees. If the polygon had 4 vertex with acute angles, then the adjacent exterior angles would measure more than 4…

**1984**

**In Nineteen Eighty-Four, how do Syme and razor blades help define Winston Smith’s character?**

Syme and razor blades come togther when in the canteen the philologist and specialist in Newspeak asks Winston Smith if he has any razor blades to spare. “Not a one,” Winston replies, guiltily….

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**MATH**

**Demonstrate the inequality a +1/a>=2**

a + 1/a >= 2 Multiply by a : ==> a^2 + 1 >= 2a Move 2a to the left side: ==> a^2 – 2a + 1 >= 0 ==> (a-1)^2 >=0 (a-1)^2 is positive for all real numbers exept for a=1 where it…

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**MATH**

**Which is the value for the sum of polynomial coefficients ? g(x) = (x+2)(x^2 + 2x + 1)**

g(x) = (x+2)(x^2 + 2x + 1) Let us open the brackets in order to have a 3rd degree function is standard form. g(x) = x^3 + 2x^2 + x + 2x^2 + 4x + 2 = x^3 + 4x^2 + 5x + 2 Then the sum of the…

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**ROMEO AND JULIET**

**What are audiences left at the conclusion to a shakespearian play? Please refer to at least one…**

The most simple answer to your question would be that at the end of any of Shakespeare’s plays audiences are left satisfied. By that I mean that they are given a sense of resolution and a sense of…

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**MATH**

**Verifiy that (X1)^2 + (X2)^2 + (X3)^2 + … + (Xn)^2 < 1 if 0<X1<1 and Xk+1 = Xk -…**

From enunciation, we have the relation x k+1=x k – xk^2 xk^2=xk – xk+1 Using this formula, we can write the given sum: x1^2 + x2^2 + ….+xn^2, as follows: (x1-x2) + (x2-x3) + …+(xn-xn+1)…

**MATH**

**Knowing that 100 = 6^2+8^2 is true, how can i build a solution, in the real numbers set, for…**

100 = 6^2 + 8^2 10^2 = 6^2 + 8^2 We need to find x and y such that: 100*10^2 = x^2 + y^2 If we use the similarity of two right angle triangles we can conclude that the number s we have are sides…

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**MATH**

**Which is the result of the calculus 2sqrt3(sqrt3 – 2) + 4sqrt3?**

2sqrt3(sqrt3 -2) + 4sqrt3 Let us open brachets by mu,tiplyint by 2sqrt3: = 2sqrt3* sqrt3 – 2*2sqrt3 + 4sqrt3 = 2(sqrt3)^2 – 4sqrt3 + 4sqrt3 = 2*3 – 4sqrt4 + 4sqrt3 = 6 + 0 = 6

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**ODE TO THE WEST WIND**

**1- Explain the third and fourth stanza of the poem “Ode to the West Wind” by Percy Bysshe…**

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**MATH**

**Decompose the polynomial in factors with the grade lower than the grade of initial polynomial…**

We’ll write the number -66 as (-64-2) in order to obtain an even number of terms that we can group after, in a convenient manner. 8x^3+x-66=8x^3+x-64-2=(8x^3-64) + (x-2)= But x^3-8 =…

**MATH**

**How do i solve these and what method do i use : (1)x=2y (2)3x+y =7 (1)3x+5y=2 (2)3x-3y=10…**

x= 2y…….(1) 3x+y = 7……..(2) First let us substitute (1) in (2) x= 2y ==> 3x + y = 7 ==> 3(2y) + y= 7 ==> 6y + y = 7 ==> 7y= 7 ==> y = 1 Now substitue in (1) x= 2y x= 2(1) x=…

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**MATH**

**For a triangle is given the next relation for its surface 4A = ( a + b + c )( a + b – c) . Prove…**

4A = (a+b+c)(a+b-c) by data. Therefore, by Heron’s formula 4sqrt{s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c)} = (a+b+c)(a+b-c0, where s = 2(a+b+c) 4sqrt(s(s-a)(s-b)s-c)) = 2s*2(s-c) sqrt{s(s-a)(s-b0(s-c)} = s(s-c). Squaring…

**MATH**

**Which is the minimum value for x^2 + 14x + 50= ?**

Let f(x) = x^2 + 14x + 50 Let us find f'(x) f'(x) = 2x + 14 2x + 14 = 0 ==> 2x = -14 ==> x= -14/2 = -7 The extreme value is f(-7) Since the extreme value is negative, then it is a munimmum…

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**HISTORY**

**What were the Reconstruction plans put forth by Congress and the President (both Lincoln and…**

President Abraham Lincoln could see the writing on the wall by 1863, that the Union would most likely win the war, and the need for reconstruction of the national politically, economically and…

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**THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN**

**“But maybe next day Miss Watson would take hold and knock it all down again. I judged I could…**

In my opinion, what Miss Watson is trying to do is instill in Huck a harsher, more “fire and brimstone” kind of Christianity than the kind that the Widow was trying to teach him. What this…

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**HISTORY**

**Why did it take the Union so long to defeat the South? Your answer should include a discussion…**

There is no one simple answer to this. My take on it is that the Union took so long because it had a very difficult job to do in order to defeat the Confederacy. If you think of the way the war…

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**SCIENCE**

**What are the Marine Environmental Issues today?**

Perhaps one of the biggest and most drastic issues right now environmentally is the oil spill in the gulf. So far it has caused tremendous and permanent damage to the ecosystems and will possibly…

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**HISTORY**

**Discuss the emergence of the abolitionist movement in the US in the decades leading up the Civil…**

Many historians (myself included) stake the critical beginning of the modern abolition movement as 1831, with the beginning of the abolitionist newspaper The Liberator, published by William Lloyd…

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**LAW AND POLITICS**

**if you break into a house,with no weapon no1 was in the house,u didnt steal anything,u have no…**

The typical charge that would apply in a case with these details is called “Breaking and Entering”. It basically means the accused trespassed on someone’s property, forcibly entered the premises,…

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**LAW AND POLITICS**

**How does the polygraph as a investigative tool, impact the Homeland Security specialist?Consider…**

A polygraph examination or a ” lie detector” test is merely a tool used by law enforcement agencies which has fallen out of favor over the last few years. The results of a polygraph exam are…

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**HISTORY**

**What affect, if any, did the abolitionist movement have on changing the opinions of northerners…**

It’s important to note that most northerners did not believe in black equality, even after the Civil War. In general, this was a racist country, and would remain so for quite some time. The…

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**MY FRIEND FLICKA**

**What is the theme of My Friend Flicka?**

The two primary themes of Mary A. O’Hara’s fine horse story, My Friend Flicka, deal with (1) the traditional conflicts of man versus nature; and (2) fantasy versus reality. Young Ken McLaughlin is…

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**SCIENCE**

**What precautions must be taken before giving a blood transfusion?Medical**

Another key precaution that has to be taken in the process before giving someone a transfusion is that the doctor or nurse has to establish whether or not there are any blood disorders that could…

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**SCIENCE**

**Explain the conditions that may cause hemolytic disease of a newborn?**

Hemolytic disease of the newborn is characterized by generalized edema, hepatomegaly, splenomegaly, jaundice and anemia at birth. This disease is caused by incompatibilities between the maternal…

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**SCIENCE**

**What is hemolysis, and how can it occur after a mismatched blood transfusion?Anatomy**

Hemolysis means the blood cells burst or split. Hemo (blood) lysis (split). If the blood hemolysizes during a blood transfusion the patient most probably received a blood product that is…