What are two dangers associated with combating bacteria with antiobiotics?

What are two dangers associated with combating bacteria with antiobiotics?

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Explain the relationship between the media and crime.Explain the relationship between the media…

I would argue that the relationship here is mostly one way. Crime helps to feed the media and enables the media to continue to be profitable. Crime is one of the things that is very “good” for the…

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  • SCIENCE

What are two dangers associated with combating bacteria with antiobiotics?

A danger associated with fighting bacteria with antibiotics is bacterial resistance to the drug. Bacterial resistance occurs when bacteria with a mutation that provides resistance to an antibiotic…

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  • THE ODYSSEY

In The Odyssey, describe Odysseus’ relationship with Athena and Zeus.

Odysseus’ relationship with these two particular gods could be described specifically as close, devoted, and friendly. In regard to Athena, as the goddess of war and wisdom, she frequently appears…

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  • BUSINESS

As an investor, what importance do common stock prices have?

The main importance that common stock prices have for an investor is that they have a great deal to do with whether the investor makes money on his or her investment. When you buy stock, you hope…

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  • SCIENCE

how is a virus and animal cell similar and different?

Both a virus and an animal cell contain genetic material ultimately surrounded by a protective outer coat. This, however is where the similarities end. An animal cell contains DNA as its genetic…

  • LAW AND POLITICS

Must an inmate complete 85% of their time before being released?

Many states have laws that require inmates to serve at least 85% of their original sentence. Without knowing what state you are in, it is impossible to say what the law is in your state. In…

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  • THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

Did any details in “The Most Dangerous Game” demand that you suspend your disbelief?

Yes. I couldn’t believe that when Zaroff had Rainsford up the tree that first day of the game that he didn’t just kill him. I guess that wouldn’t make for a very good ending. The author would not…

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  • BRAVE NEW WORLD

In Brave New World, why does John refuse to attend the party for the Archbishop?

We are given the answer to this question at the beginning of Chapter 12, when Bernard is trying desperately to continue exploiting the savage to boost his own credentials in his society. Note the…

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  • A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Explain Ignorance and Want, who appear in Stave 3 of A Christmas Carol.

Ignorance and Want are children who appear from inside the robes of the Ghost of Christmas Present. Dickens says of them: They were a boy and girl. Yellow, meagre, ragged, scowling, wolfish; but…

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  • THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

Can someone help me find examples of loneliness and family in The Catcher in the Rye?Examples AND…

There are two specific instances in which Holden states that his problem is loneliness. The first is to be found at the end of Chapter 19 in which Holden is having drinks at the Wicker Bar with a…

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  • SCIENCE

What are 4 ways viruses are considered living and non living. I need 4 for eachi have for…

Viruses are living because: They have genetic material either DNA or RNA They make transcribe and translate these genetic material though with the help of host machinery.They have a protein coat…

  • THE BRONZE BOW

In The Bronze Bow, what is the plot and resolution of the story?

The plot is driven by the personal quest of Daniel, who lose his father and uncle to the Romans and is seeking revenge. Daniel wishes to help the bandit leader Rosh build an army to drive the…

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  • THE SCARLET LETTER

What are some quotes from The Scarlet Letter and Infidel that represent the same thing happening…

This is an interesting comparison because there are quite a few uncanny similarities between The Scarlet Letter andInfidel, a nonfiction work. Below are several similarities and quotes to get you…

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  • HISTORY

How did French relations with the Indians compare with those of Britain?

Basically, the French had better relations with the Indians than did Britain. This is not because the French were morally superior — it is because they needed the Indians economically where the…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

how does piggy use his intelligence in the novel?what things does he do and how does he show…

“‘You have doctors for everything, even the inside of your mind[…]’ said Piggy expansively, ‘is scientific, that’s what it is. In a year or two when the world is over they’ll be traveling to Mars…

  • MACBETH

In Macbeth, what does conversation between Macduff and Malcolm imply about what audiences would…

This is a great scene and pivotal in understanding both the characters of Macduff and Malcolm. Let us start by understanding that Malcolm is afraid of returning to England. He is probably about…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

Of Mice and Men is an allegory. What symbols would you use for Crooks and Candy?

Candy is the easier of the two to assign allegorical meaning to. Many people would associate “candy” with something that many people need, want, and/or desire. Here, Candy is the exact opposite….

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

Is the original intent of the 6th amendment relevant in today’s world?

I do not think that the original intent is particularly relevant today. There are two reasons why I say this: First, we have moved away from the values of the Framers in terms of the rights given…

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  • THE FRIENDS

In “The Friends,” how do Phyllisia and Edith contrast?Please list how they both act. For ex.:…

Although Phyllisia Cathy values her friendship with Edith, she finds herself embarrassed by Edith’s appearance, and this attitude is what most differentiates the two. Phyllisia is intelligent (like…

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  • NIGHT

In the book Night, what are three important messages?

Wiesel’s narrative reveals so many messages. It is difficult to limit it to three. I would say that one profound messge is to alert individuals to the level of cruelty of which humans are…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

How would I go about making a poem out of Lord of the Flies?

If your teacher has not specified that you must create a certain style of poem for this assignment, I would suggest that you consider writing a bio poem. I use this style of poem in conjunction…

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  • MATH

How can I prove that ” 1 – (sin^2x / 1 + cotx) – (cos^2x / 1 + tanx) = sinxcosx ” using trig…

We need to prove that: 1- ( sin^2 x/ ( 1+ cotx) – ( cos^2 x/ (1+ tanx) = sinx*cosx We will start from the left side and prove that it equals the right side. Let us preview some trigonometric…

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  • TEACHER TIPS

Can you give me a word or a group of letters that I can use for “Word Mine”… it is a game to…

Depending on the age level (not just ability) of the students with whom you will use this activity, “Word Mine” is a great warm up to use in light of current events, holidays, or other topics…

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  • MATH

A dart gun is fired while being held horizontally at a height of 1.00m above ground level, and at…

First part: The dart moves horizontally 5 m from a height of 1 m. So it took took t seconds to fall by 1 m. Therefore the time taken to reach the ground is given by height h = (1/2)gt^2. Or t =…

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What can be done to reduce bullying in the future?

There are many efforts to prevent or reduce bullying that are being carried out in schools across America. I would say that most of them revolve around a couple of ideas. First, there are efforts…

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  • HISTORY

AfghanistanU.S. military operations in Afghanistan apears to be following the Russian experience…

I think that you state part of the problem well, but I think that you are leaving out one major issue. Specifically, I think that a major part of the problem is that we are trying to coax a…

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  • HISTORY

Why did many Southerners believe that they were the victims of an antislavery conspiracy?

I think that first you have to realize that many people tend to feel that there is a conspiracy against them when things don’t go their way. That is why, for example, the Tea Party thinks Obama is…

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  • HAMLET

Find two references to disease and decay in Act I of Hamlet. What might these references signify?

One important example of the theme of decay is found in Hamlet’s first soliloquy when he says that Denmark, and more specifically his mother’s remarriage “Tis an unweeded garden / That grows to…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

In America, why do so many married couples get divorced?They are mainly divorced because they are…

I am not sure that it makes sense to say they divorce because they’re not ready to live on their own. You would think people who aren’t ready to live on their own would stay together. I think that…

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  • HAMLET

What signs are we given of the potential for madness of Hamlet’s part in Act I? Provide two…

One of the most powerful signs we are given is after Hamlet’s interaction with the Ghost. The soldiers that are with him and Horatio are worried that Hamlet is mad as he pursues the ghost into the…

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  • PROOF

In the play proof, what kind of character does claire play as? Is she a foil for catherine?

A foil is a secondary character who contrasts with a major character; Claire is defintely a contrast to Catherine. Catherine is brillant very much like her father and probably mentally unstable….

  • THE CHAMBERED NAUTILUS

What message is sent by the nautilus in stanza 4?

In Oliver Wendell Holmes’ poem “The Chambered Nautilus,” the poet describes through the first three stanzas, the practice of sea creatures living in a shell for a time. And when a creature decides…

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  • EDGAR ALLAN POE

What are three short stories by Poe with similar characterization?

If you are focusing on the topic of characterization, I would have to pick stories that feature first person narrators who we come to suspect are unreliable. This is something that Poe does very…

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  • FRENCH REVOLUTION, THE

What were some positive and negative outcomes of the French Revolution?

On the positive side, one can easily argue that the removal of King Louis XVI was a step in the right direction, as he had bankrupted France, and his royal court lived with every luxury while…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

How would the criminal justice system be altered if state attorney generals supervised local…

State Attorney Generals are usually charged with looking after the legal interests of their particular state, and then after larger legal interests and issues that affect a significant part of…

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  • HAMLET

How does Shakespeare invite us to compare Hamlet with Laetres and Fortinbras in Act I?

It is very clear that Shakespeare intends for us to see a correlation between these three men as they are presented in Act 1. They are all about the same age and are all, in some way, dealing with…

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  • EXTREMELY LOUD AND INCREDIBLY CLOSE

what are the symbols?

Oscar always walks to the Black’s houses to ask questions about the key because he is afraid of public places (e.g. public transportation). Public places are symbols for how his father died, while…

  • HAMLET

Hamlet swears Horatio to two things in Act I. What are they?plzz help!!

There really is only one thing that Hamlet makes Horatio swear, in Act I, but Hamlet makes Horatio swear it at two different points. The first thing that Hamlet makes Horatio swear is that he will…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Could you please explain the following quote in To Kill a Mockingbird?”…without catching…

In this passage Atticus talks with his brother after their Christmas meal; his brother Jack expresses his conern with Atticus’s acting as defense attorney of Tom Robinson because he fears the…

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  • HISTORY

How did the Compromise of 1850 try to settle the issue of slavery in the new lands? What roles…

The Compromise of 1850 dealt with the land the U.S. acquired from Mexico in the Mexican-American War. This land was known as the Mexican Cession. This compromise attempted to settle the issue of…

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  • HISTORY

Why did attempts to achieve utopia during the period (reform movement) tend to fail?

I assume that you are talking about the time in 1830s and 1840s when there were a number of attempts at building utopian communities. I would argue that the utopian communities failed because A)…

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  • THINGS FALL APART

In “Things fall apart” what are the merits and demerits of Igbo culture?

Of course the answers depend on one’s perspective, and the lack of the ability of one side to see each other’s merits is what leads to most of the conflict in the story. The Igbo culture appears to…

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  • THINGS FALL APART

Can you please identify a difference and similarity between the Igbo gods and the missionaries’…

One of the main themes in Things Fall Apart, is that of the conflict between western culture and Igbo culture. One of the ways this is manifested in the text is with religion. Missionaries come…

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  • THINGS FALL APART

Could you please tell me how the arrival of the missionaries influence the Igbo community, in…

At first, the missionaries seem to be nothing more than an annoyance as the Igbo laugh at them and their strange ways and give them a very undesireable plot of land near the forbidden forest. The…

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  • HISTORY

Should Lincoln’s position in handling the secession crisis be judged favorably or unfavorably?

I would argue that you have to judge Lincoln’s position favorably. I do not think that Lincoln could have done any better than he did. When Lincoln was elected, the South already distrusted him…

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  • HISTORY

Identify a period that is considered a “golden age” and explain why it is considered “golden”.

I would argue that there are two kinds of “golden age.” First, you can have a golden age that is golden because a country is better (in one or more ways) than other countries. It can be more…

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  • MATH

Solve the equation f(x) = 2x^2 + 8x – 18 = 0

f(x) = 2x^2 + 8x – 18 We need to find x values such that f(x) = 0 ==> 2x^2 + 8x – 18 = 0 First let us factor 2 from all terms: ==> 2( x^2 + 4a – 9) = 0 Now we will divide by 2: ==> x^2 +…

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  • LITERATURE

In what ways do the alternating naratives between past and present in Jodi Picoult’s novel…

Jodi Picoult’s novel are known for innovative twists and unusual deliveries. Nineteen Minutes is no exception. The issue here is the bouncing back and forth from past to present. This accomplishes…

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  • MATH

solve the system 2a-b = 8 a+3b = 4

2a – b= 8……………..(1) a+ 3b = 4 ……………(2) We have a system of two equations and two variable. Then, we can solve the system using either the elimination or substitution method. We…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Why is Jem so upset the knothole is plugged in To Kill a Mockingbird?

Jem and Scout have received little mysterious treasures such as gum, a spelling medal, and small carved figures in the knothole of the tree, and Jem is fairly sure that these items were placed…

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