What are some of the high technology gimmicks and comforts that exist in Brave New World?

# What are some of the high technology gimmicks and comforts that exist in Brave New World?

• THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

What is a possible thesis for an essay which compares and contrasts Katherine and Bianca in The…

A thesis must be clear and provable. In Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, the two sisters make an interesting subject to write about because they appear to be so different. What is surprising…

• BRAVE NEW WORLD

What are some of the high technology gimmicks and comforts that exist in Brave New World?

In Brave New World, there are any number of high-tech gimmicks and comforts that the residents of the New World enjoy. For instance, when Henry Foster and Lenina have their date, Henry drives his…

• SCIENCE

set up problem on spreadsheetthere are 53 candies in a box. there are 21 more apple candies than…

I am not sure why you would want to put this problem on a spreadsheet. Spreadsheets will create equations for you, but aren’t really used for solving problems like this. Basically, your equation…

• GREAT EXPECTATIONS

How does Dickens use the characters and events in Great Expectations to show that wealth is…

This is an excellent question, and there are certainly plenty of aspects you could look at: the reality of Pip’s London life, the description of his lodgings, the relationship that he has with…

• MATH

propertyon what base log a^b=b*log a?

We know that a^b = a*a*a*….*a multiplied b times. Now, we’ll take decimal logarithms both sides: log a^b = log (a*a*a*….*a) Based on product rule of logarithms, we’ll transform the product into…

• MATH

prime numbers vs. prime factorsprime factors and prime numbers meaning is the same?

The term of prime number is given to the number that cannot be divided by other numbers, except 1 and itself. Prime factor is a factor of a number that has the property to be a prime number: Let’s…

• DOCTOR FAUSTUS

Please guide me on how I cna find the complete text and complete paraphrase of Doctor Faustus by…

The best first place to get a complete text of Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus is right here on eNotes: eText of Doctor Faustus. Of course, the Gutenburg Project has thousands of classic texts. After…

• MATH

Notice that if you open the brackets yields: You need to have all terms to one side such that: You should use quadratic formula such that: Identifying a,b,c yields: a=1, b=-2, c=0…

• MATH

slope-intercept form of the equation of the linewhat is the slope-intercept form of the equation…

The slope intercept form of an equation is given as y = mx + b where b is the y intercept and m is the slope. So you already have y = mx + 5 You can find the slope of the line by using two points…

• THE LITTLE PRINCE

Why is The Little Prince so important to Saint-Exupery?

The Little Prince is a very important character because its role in the story increases throughout the narrative, and makes it a character of much greater depth and significance than one first…

• MATH

absolute value discussioni don’t get this |5y+3| = |8y-8|

Using the properties of absolute value yields: Hence, evaluating the solutions to absolute value equation yields and .

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Are surveys a good way of conducting research?

Surveys (questionnaires and such) are a major part of research in the social sciences. They come with their advantages and disadvantages. The major advantage of doing a survey is that you can…

• MAHATMA GANDHI

What heroic traits does Mahatma Gandhi display through his actions?

I would say that Gandhi’s acts of defiance are ones that are able to count as heroic, reflective of his own sense of character, and representative of his political beliefs. An example of this…

• MATH

how to discuss exponential equationhow to discuss exponential equation a^f(x)=b? example included

af(x)=baf(x)=b You should use the logarithms as you use the squaring when you need to remove a square root such that: Notice that the logarithms have the property to bring down the exponent, as it…

• ANIMAL FARM

In the book, Animal Farm where are there examples of flag waving and half truths?

In my mind, the best location for finding examples of half truths and flag waving have to rest with Squealer. Essentially, the search is for examples of individuals who are manipulating the truth….

• MATH

algebra used to define a linewhat does mean y=mx+n? use algebra to explain

Any spot on a graph is defined by a coordinate with a value on the x axis (horizontal) and the y axis (vertical). An equation like the one you gave can be used to find each point on a given line….

• HISTORY

What is an example of how the principle “All Men Are Created Equal” has affected government…

If you are asking about government policies in the United States, then the most obvious answer would be that this principle has affected government policies towards racial minorities. Since the…

• TRIGONOMETRY MATH

function topici don’t understand the functions sine and cosine. how it works?

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• THE HAMLET

In Faulkner’s The Hamlet, the Ratcliff allegory, who is the Devil?

Ratliff’s allegory is the centre of the narrative. However, it is not woodenly allegorical in the sense that one might apply the Prince figure to a number of the citizens in Frenchman’s Bend. Most…

• SCIENCE

explain the termsterms in science/math: operation,binary operation,identity

An identity element is a special element in a binary operation on a set. Binary means two, so a binary operation is one which involves two operands, such as adding two numbers, or multiplying two…

• HISTORY

What was the most difficult part of everyday life in the Renaissance?This is for any class….

This is a difficult question to answer because A) it would have been different for different types of people and B) because it is a matter of opinion as to which thing was the most difficult. If we…

• MATH

factor discusshow to factor x^9-y^9 i know to factor x^3-y^3. it helps?

Notice that may be solved as a difference of cubes such that: Notice that you may write such that:

• MATH

geometry problemIn a right triangle, one leg is 4 times the other. The hypotenuse squared is 153….

Yes. The area of the triangle is .5(base*height). In a right triangle, the two legs are the base and the height. You can use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the lengths of the legs. Once you…

• THE GREAT GATSBY

In The Great Gatsby, how does Fitzgerald tell the story in Chapter VI, specifically in reference…

Fitzgerald develops Chapter VI with sections of narration and exposition, moving from one to the other and back again. The chapter begins with Nick’s recounting Gatsby’s encounter with a young…

• ANTIGONE

In Antigone, how does Haemon attempt to reason with his father?

After King Creon decides to put Antigone to death for her crime against the state, he is approached by his son Haemon, who is Antigone’s lover and fiance. Haemon pleads with his father to spare…

• MATH

Factor completely 512×3−1512×3-1

You should use the formula that factors a difference of two cubes such that: x3−y3=(x2+xy+y2)(x−y)x3-y3=(x2+xy+y2)(x-y) Considering x=512×3−−−−−√3=8xx=512×33=8x and y=1–√3=1y=13=1 yields:

• MATH

consecutive integersi struggle to find three consecutive integers whose squares added give 110.

You should consider the consecutive integers such that and Notice that the problem provides the information that the sum of the squares of these integers is of 110 such that: Reducing…

• A SEPARATE PEACE

Self identityHow will Gene’s ability affect him in life?

I’m not exactly sure what your question means. If you’re asking about Gene’s literal abilities–his athleticism, his intellect–I’m sure they will help him be successful in life, as those are…

• THE RAPE OF THE LOCK

The Rape Of The Lock- Canto 1 (Lines 1-26)Can somebody critically analyze Canto 1 of the poem The…

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• FAHRENHEIT 451

In Fahrenheit 451, why did Beatty choose to say the lines from Shakespeare? It’s on page 119 in…

In Part 3 of Fahrenheit 451, Montag is arrested by his fire-chief, Beatty, for the crime of possessing and reading books. This takes place at the scene of a “fire”–a bookburning perpretated by…

• OF MICE AND MEN

In the world of the itinerant worker during the Great Depression in Of Mice and Men, the competition for jobs was sharp as strangers vied against one another for work. This strained relationship…

• HILLS LIKE WHITE ELEPHANTS

What attitudes and values emerge from the conversation in Hemingway’s Hills Like White Elephants?

I think that what makes this story so wonderful is its ambiguity. I think that it is quite deliberate that Hemingway describes a story with so much technical precision, yet its overall…

• HILLS LIKE WHITE ELEPHANTS

What is so important about the setting in “Hills Like White Elephants”?

As symbols, the hills which resemble “white elephants,” the treeless railroad tracks, and the station, represent the characters and their relationship as they imbue the narrative with meaning. In…

• MACBETH

Is it possible to argue that Macbeth is the villain of the play and Banquo or Macduff it’s hero?…

In Act I Macbeth, Shakespeare shows the hero and villain conjoined. Unlike other tragedies, like Othello, where there is a clear division between hero (Othello) and villain (Iago) from the start,…

• THE BLACK CAT

What is the plot of ‘The Black Cat’? please tell me what is exposition, rising action,…

30:00 PM? Ok, well let me take a quick crack at it. Exposition: narrator reveals he loves both cats and dog above men. He has married young and tries to introduce his wife to this love of animals….

• THE WESTING GAME

what does the mistake mean in the book “the westing game”?

The mistake is Sydelle Pulaski. She was never to be apart of The Westing Game. The person who was to be apart of the game was Sybille Pulaski, but Sam Westing sent the invitation to sunset towers…

• THE EGG

who is narrating the story of the egg

the boy he has 1st person point of view

• HILLS LIKE WHITE ELEPHANTS

What is the significance that it is the woman who identitifes that the hills look like white…

This is subject to your own interpretation. I’ll offer a couple ideas. This is a selfish, shallow man trying to convince the girl to have an abortion; which we understand without either of them…

• ANIMAL FARM

In Animal Farm, what drastic actions do the pigs commit to shatter the animals’ complacency?

There are several examples of actions the pigs take to control the other animals. Since you mention complacency, I am not sure what part of the book you are referring to. The animals were…

• THAT EVENING SUN

What is the main theme of “That Evening Sun” by Faulkner?

If I had to choose one theme of “That Evening Sun,” by William Faulkner, I would choose fear. The story explores several kinds of fear that are caused by living in the Old South. Nancy, of…

• LAW AND POLITICS

What is the current Supreme Court ruling on the 2nd Amendment?

The most recent important cases on the Second Amendment have greatly broadened the meaning of that amendment compared to the jurisprudence that had existed before those cases. These cases were…

• LAW AND POLITICS

How does the “fighting words” doctrine apply to printed material?

I think that the key and most critical function of the “fighting words” standard comes out of the Chaplinsky decision that gave rise to the concept. The direct aiming of language to a particular…

• POETRY

What are the similiarities and differences between Victorian and Romantic poetry.

These two periods contrast more than they favor, specifically when analyzing the social and cultural perspectives. The Romantics saw a great shift from their actions being governed by God, piety,…

• LAW AND POLITICS

How does the fighting words doctrine apply to police officers?

Historically, this doctrine has been used to prosecute people who have abused police officers verbally. As with the fighting words doctrine as a whole, the status of the doctrine with regards to…

• LAW AND POLITICS

What is the ‘fighting words’ doctrine in regards to free speech?

The “fighting words” doctrine says that there are certain kinds of words that are not protected by the First Amendment. This is because the use of these words is not really speech — it is more…

• SCIENCE

Could the planet Mars support life? Please give at least two specific reasons that support your…

In order for a planet to support life it has its requirements, 1. Water 2. Certain chemicals and a source of energy. just having these two requirements can support primitive organisms in a…

• THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

How does Huck pacify the angry king and duke when they confront him?Mark Twain’s The Adventures…

The scam of the duke and the king falls apart with the arrival of Peter Wilks’s true brothers, William and Harvey, although at first the gullible townspeople still rally around the shifty pair….

• THE LESSON

Why does the author use the student/professor relationship to express his central idea in The…

Like much with Ionesco work, there is a purpose and a statement seeking to be made with everything within it. If the traditional teacher/ student relationship is considered, one sees that the…

• SCIENCE

iPads in the Classroom Frog Dissection from Punflay, is an educational app designed for the…

I think that programs that simulate frog dissection are the way to go. Kids experience everything through video games anyway. Why not cut out the cruelty, death and smell and let them dissect…