What are some decisions that the U.S. government has made recently?

What are some decisions that the U.S. government has made recently?

  • HISTORY

Why was the capture of Constantinople, in 1453, significant for both the Ottoman Turks and…

The capture of Constantinople by the Ottoman Turks in 1453 was significant for a number of reasons. First, the capture of the city made the Ottomans the most important power in southeastern Europe…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What are some decisions that the U.S. government has made recently?

I am not completely sure what you mean here. The US government makes lots of decisions all the time. Perhaps the most important recent decision that the US government has made has been to pass the…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

What are some songs that meaningfuly connect with the elements found in Fahrenheit 451?How do the…

As you know, Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 is a novel filled with symbolic interpretations and thematic discovery. Your assignment to connect lyrics with its universal themes is an intriguing…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

I need help giving an example from Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare that illustrates these…

For comic relief, you might look at the Act 4, Scene 5, the scene in which Peter self-importantly gives orders to the other servants. This scene contrasts with the high drama and tension of the…

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  • WILLIAM BLAKE

Waht are some sound affects in William Blake’s poem “The Tyger” from Songs Of Experience?

The most prominent sound device employed as a figure of speech sound scheme is that of repetition in Blake’s poem “The Tyger” from Songs of Experience (1794). There is the stanzaic repetition of…

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  • THE LOTTERY

What are the pros and cons of “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson? What are the pros and cons of…

I’m not exactly sure what you mean by the pros and cons, so I’m going to interpret this as the beneficial and negative effects of the story. Jackson’s story is largely a critique of blind…

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  • MACBETH

What is the dramatic significance of the soliloquies in Macbeth?

Most of the soliloquies in Macbeth are significant because they develop the dramatic irony and characterization in the play. For example, in Macbeth’s soliloquy regarding the dagger in Act 2 Scene…

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  • TRIFLES

What character change does Mrs. Peters seem to undergo in Trifles, and what causes it? What theme…

Mrs. Peter undergoes a very interesting transformation throughout the story. First, she is not a personal friend of Minnie’s and has no clue about the suffering that this woman had undergone by her…

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  • A DOLL’S HOUSE

In A Doll’s House, what two social conflicts harm both Nora and Torvald, and how do they relate…

The social conflicts inherent in the play harm both Nora and Torvald individually, and the resolution of these conflicts results in the destruction of Nora and Torvald’s marriage. The two social…

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  • HAMLET

In Act II, Scene 2 of Hamlet, Polonius says, “Since brevity is the soul of wit… I will be…

If there is one thing that Polonius isn’t, it is brief or concise or any other word that means direct or to the point or not long-winded. Therefore, it is ironic that he is uttering this phrase….

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  • MATH

Which is n order derivative for the function F(x)=1/x if F:R-{0} -> R.

F(x) =1/x = x^(-1) d/dxF(x) = (-1)x^-2 d^2/dx^2{F(x) = d/dx(-1)x^(-2) = (-1)(-2)x^(-3) d^3/dx^3 {F(x)} = d/dx((-1)(-2)(-3) x^(-4). Therefore dn/dx^n {F(x) } = (-1)(-2)(-3)…(-n)x^(-(n+1))…

  • MATH

How do u graph y=3 sin x and y = sin 3x on the same axes.

To graph f(x) = 3sinx and g(x) = sin3x Take the pair of suitable values for f(x) and x and plot the pairs (x,3sinx). The pair of certain values are given below fro x=0 to 180. x ….= 00,…

  • THE WORLD IS TOO MUCH WITH US

Emphasis on the acquisition on material wealth through commerce has caused wordsworth’s…

For Wordsworth, the acquisition of material wealth and unhealthy obsession with commerce that was present at the time of his writing has helped to create an atmosphere that he finds distasteful….

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  • MATH

Log3(2) = a . Prove that log16(24) = (1 + 3a )/4a

log3(2) =a. To prove that log16(24) = (1+3a)/4a. Solution: Logk (x) = log a(x)/log a (k). So log 16 (24) = log 3 (24) /log3(16) = log3(3*2^3)/ log3(2^4) = (log3(3)+log3(2^3))/log3(2^4) =…

  • MATH

If (x) = [(e^x) – ( e^-x)]/[(e^x) + (e^-x)] bijective, calculate the n order of it’s inverse.

f(x) = [(e^x) – (e^-x)]/ (e^x)+(2^-x)] = [(e^x)-(1/e^x)]/[(e^x)+(1/e^x)] = (e^2x -1)/ (e^2x) +1) = (e^2x +1 -2)/ (e^2x)+1) = 1 -[2/(e^2x)+1] y= 1- [2/(e^2x)+1)] y-1=…

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  • MATH

Prove that [(sqrt68) – 8] < 1/4 .

To prove this inequality, we’ll use Lagrange’s theoreme, for the function f(x)=sqrt x, where x belongs to the interval [64,68]. Let’s recall Lagrange’s theoreme, for a function f(x), on the…

  • MATH

Knowing that f(x)=1-2x, f:R-R calculate the sum f(f(1))+ f(f(2)) +…+ f(f(10)).

f(x) = 1-2x To find f(f(x)) we will substitute with x=f(x) ==> f(f(x))= 1-2(f(x) = 1-2(1-2x) = 1-2+4x = -1+4x The sum: S= -1+4(1) + -1 + 4(2) +…

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  • MATH

Find the a value so P(x) = x^3 – 3x^2 + 3x + a has multiple root.

A root has a multiplicity order only if it’s a root for the function and for it’s first derivative and for the second derivative and so on, considering the multiplicity order….

  • ARMS AND THE MAN

How does Captain Bluntschli portray the image of a soldier in Act I?

To begin with, although Captain Bluntschli is temporarily taking refuge in Raina‚Äôs room, he acts commandingly and warns that he has a gun. His appearance suggests that he has seen trouble, for he…

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  • LITERATURE

Detailed information on Julia Quinn’s vision and theme in writing? i need her style, interests in…

Think about a good Friends episode, and you have Julia Quinn’s romantic appeal encapsulated in a 30 minute episode: witty,real, and adoringly romantic. Julia Quinn (Julie Pottinger) didn’t start…

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  • MATH

Considering function f:R-R, f(x) = x + e^x. Demonstrate that f is bijective .

For verifying if a function is bijective, we can calculate the first derivative of the function, to verify if the function is strictly increasing. If the function is strictly increasing, then the…

  • MATH

station send buses outon reg intervals,first 4 depart times is 9:15am 9:53am 10:31am 11.09am…

This is clearly an arithmetic progression. There is the same interval between each of the times that the buses leave the station. Therefore, all you have to do is keep adding that interval to the…

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  • MATH

If a^2+b^2=1, a>0, b>0, then a*lna + b*lnb + (a+b)*ln(a+b)<0 ?

First of all, we’ll rearrange the expression given: a lna +b lnb<-(a+b)*ln(a+b) We’ll divide the inequality above, with the quantity (a+b) and the inequality will become: [a/(a+b)]*lna +…

  • MATH

If f(x) = arctgx demonstrate that f(x) is a concave function on the set [ 0, infinity )

In order to prove that f(x) is concave, we have to demonstrate that f”(x) < 0; but for f”(x) calculus, we must calculate firs derivative, first. f'(x) = 1/(1 + x^2), f”(x) = [1’*(1 + x^2) -…

  • MATH

Which are the parameters a, b, c so P(x) = x^20 + x^19 + ax^4 + bx^2 + cx + 2 to be determinate;…

For x = – 1 to be a multiple root of order 3, it has to cancel the function, the first derivative, the second derivative,but the third one, does not. f(-1) = 0, f'(-1) = 0, f”(-1) = 0 f(-1) =…

  • MATH

Solve for x, 4^x – 2^x = 56.

4^x -2^x =56 4^x -2^x -56= 0 Now let us rewrite 4^x as (2^x)^2 Now assume that 2^x = y ==> y^2 -y -56 =0 ==> (y-8)(y+7) ==> y1= 8 ==> y1= 2^x1=8 ==> X1= 3 ==> Y2= -7 ==>…

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  • THE WINTER’S TALE

What did Elizabethans think about God intervening in human affairs and how does this relate to…

The world of the play is not Christian so the Elizabethan audiences would have understood that. Both kingdoms, Sicily and Bohemia, are worlds where an oracle is consulted and statues come to…

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  • MATH

Calculate a1 if a3 + a4 = 8 and r = 2 The terms a1,a2,a3,a4 are the terms of an arithmetical…

a3 + a4 =8 r=2 We need to calculate a1 Since a1, a2, a2, a4 are terms of arithmetical progression, then: a2= a1+2….(1) a3= a1+ 4….(2) a4= a1+ 6…..(3) Now add (2) and (3): a3+ a4 = 2a1 + 10…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

A paragraph on “I will make a difference to my country.”

I assume you are looking for help in writing a paragraph with this topic. First you should brainstorm a list of ways you can make a difference to your country. Because this is only a paragraph, I…

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  • MATH

Prove that x1^2 + x2^2 is a natural number if x1 and x2 are the solutions of the equation x^2 -…

x^2 -3x+1 =0 ==> x^2 = 3x-1 x1, and x2 are solutions, then f(x1)=0 and f(x2)=0 x1^2 =3×1 -1 =0…..(1) x2^2 =3×2 -1 =0 …..(2) Now add (1) and (2): x1^2 + x2^2 = 3(x1+x2) -2 But from Viete rule…

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  • BUSINESS

What is account and accounting? What is Tally accounting? Define Tally.

Talley is an Indian information technologies company headquartered in Bangalore and with operations in the United Arab Emirates and in the East African nation of Kenya. Among its more prominent…

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  • THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL

Read the diary of anne frank and explain about segregation of jews in not more than 200 words.

If you have read this book, you will note that Anne Frank gives a poignant account of what happened to the Jews in not only Nazi Germany, but all over occupied Europe. There is an excellent study…

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  • WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Comment on the way Lockwood and Nelly Dean complement each other as narrators in Wuthering Height

Nelly and Mr. Lockwood are both characters and narrators in this novel. Nelly has a unique perspective as a narrator, however, because she has been an eye witness to most of the events and provides…

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  • MATH

Calculate tg (a/2) if sin a = 3/5 and a is in the interval (pi/2, pi)?

sin a= 3/5 We know that sina = opposite/hypotenuse = 3/5 Then, the adjacent^2= 5^2 -3^2 = 25-9=16 Then the adjacent= 4 Then cos a= adj./hypotenuse= 4/5. Now, we know that: tg(a/2)= sina / 1-cosa…

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  • MATH

Find t if the point A(t-1, t^2 – 3t) is in the quadrant 2

If the point A is in the second quadrant, that means that it’s coordinates are: xA<0 yA>0 xA = t-1 t-1<0 We’ll add 1 both sides: t<1 yA = t^2 – 3t t^2 – 3t>0 We’ll calculate the…

  • MATH

Find m and n if C(m,n) is the center of the circle circumscribed to the triangle AOB. A(4,-2),…

The formula for the circle is: x^2 + y^2 + ax + by +c =0 We have the triangle AOB , then A ,O and B are on the circle, Then A(4,-2) , O(0,0) and B(2,4) should verify the equation: First we will…

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  • MATH

Given that a belongs to (pi/2,pi) and cos 2a = -1/2, calculate sin a

cos2a= -1/2 But we know that cos(2a) = cos^ a -sin^2 a= -1/2 ==> sin^2 a= cos^2 a + 1/2…..(1) But sin^2 a + cos^2 a= 1 ==> sin^2 a= 1-cos^2 a……(2) Now add (1) and (2): 2sin^2 a= 3/2…

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  • HISTORY

Were college sports professional or amateur in the second half of the 19th century? Who gets to…

In the second half of the nineteenth century, college sports, while they were played by amateurs, did not prohibit professionals from entering into its ranks. In their early history, college…

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  • HISTORY

Discuss the rise of baseball in the second half of the 19th century. Who played baseball? Who…

In the first half to the 19th century, baseball was played in vacant lots and cow pastures. There were teams in large cities. I think members bought memberships on the teams just as people…

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  • MATH

Given that A(2,3), B(4,5), C(2,2), D(m,n), calculate m and n if ABCD is parallelogram.

If ABCD is a parallelogram, then the diagonals should intersect in the midpoints. That means: midpoint of AC is the same midpoint of BD: The midpoint formula is ((x1+x2)/2 , (y1+y2)/2) midpoint for…

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  • MATH

Find m if the function f(x)=(m^2-2)x-3 is decreasing.

f(x) = (m^2 -2)x -3 If the function is decreasing, then the first derivative is negative, or f'(x)<0 Let us determine the derivative: f'(x) = m^2 -2 m^2-2 <0 Add 2 ==> m^2 < 2 ==> m…

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  • MATH

Prove that 25/(4+3i) + 25/(4-3i) is a real number.

Z= 25/(4+3i) + 25/ (4-3i) First let us determine the common denominator: (4-3i)(4+3i)= 16 +12i-12i -9(-1)= 16 +9 = 25 Then : z= [25(4-3i) + 25(4+3i)]/25 Open brackets: z= (100 – 75i + 100…

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  • THE TEMPEST

Does Prospero desereve his sufferings?If Antonio had wronged Prospero, has not Prospero wronged…

I do think that Prospero has wronged both Caliban and Ariel. Prospero arrives on the island after having been usurped by his brother Antonio, and he feels wronged by his brother’s betrayal….

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  • MATH

Which is the solution of the equation arctg(x/3)+arctg(1/sqrt3)=pi/3 ?

First, let’s substitute arctg (1/sqrt3) by the corresponding angle, namely pi/6. The equation will become: arctg(x/3) + pi/6 = pi/3 We’ll subtract pi/6 both sides: arctg(x/3) = pi/3 – pi/6 For…

  • OSCAR WILDE

what are the characteristics of the Duke in the poem “My Last Duchess”?

The Duke has an imperious personality, he is fully conscious of it, and enjoys contemplating its effects on others. He tells the visitor that those who had seen the painting before him did not dare…

  • MATH

Determine the first term of the geometric progression b1,6,b3,24,…

b1, 6, b3, 24 Since it is a geametric progression, then: 6= b1*r ==> b1= 6/r b3= 6r 24= 6*r^2 ==> r^2 = 24/6= 4 ==> r= 2 ==> b1= 6/r= 6/2=3 Let us check: b1, 6, b3, 24 3, 6, 12, 24…

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  • MATH

Calculate (2+i)(3-2i)-(1-2i)(2-i).

We’ll open the first bracket: (2+i)(3-2i) = 6 – 4i + 3i – 2i^2, where i^2=-1 (2+i)(3-2i) = 6+2 – i (2+i)(3-2i) = 8-i We’ll calculate the second bracket: (1-2i)(2-i) = 2 – i – 4i + 2i^2 (1-2i)(2-i)…

  • MATH

Determine m and n if the lines mx + 3y +2 = 0 and 2x + ny – 8 = 0 are coincidental.

mx +3y +2 =0 2x +ny -8 =0 If the lines are coincidental, then the ratios of the coefficients are equals. ==> m/2 = 3/n = 2/-8= -1/4 ==> m/2 = -1/4 ==> m=-1/2 ==> 3/n = -1/4 ==> n=…

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  • MATH

Solve for x : sin(x – pi/4)=sin(3x + pi/4)

We’ll solve the equation by applying the inverse function arcsine, to the right side of the equation: x – pi/4 = (-1)^k*arcsin[sin(3x + pi/4)] + k*pi, where k is an integer number. But arcsin(sin…

  • THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

Where are the puns and epigrams in the play?Who speaks the puns?

The puns mostly surround all the conversation regarding the name Ernest and the adjective earnest. Most are said by Algernon, but at least each one of the characters has a go at a pun or an…

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