# What arguments can be made for the statement that "no other subject taught in school is as…

**ESSAY LAB**

**HOW WOULD YOU GO ABOUT A FULLY AUTOMATED HOUSE?IT IS A CREATIVE ESSAY.BUT I CANT THINK OF ANY KEY…**

Is this in response to some science fiction piece like Ray Bradbury’s “There Will Come Soft Rains”? I imagine that the only thing to do in a house that is completely automated would be what you…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**What arguments can be made for the statement that “no other subject taught in school is as…**

One argument for the primacy of teaching moral science (ethics) in school is that ethical grounding is necessary for healthy individual and community life. Those who are ethically grounded suffer…

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**BUSINESS**

**How has inflation influenced our lives?i need an essay of about 250 words on the topic kindly…**

Of course, none of us can write this for you since we are not in your family and do not know your family. Therefore, we cannot know what effects of inflation your family has felt. What we can do…

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**ESSAY LAB**

**A few questions about the use of quotations in essay writingHello, I am French, preparing an…**

First, you say you are taking a literature class through distance learning, which I’m going to assume means online. You say you’ve been reading various literature and will, for your final, be…

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**A&P**

**Are the girls at fault wearing such revealing attire or are the males at fault for having such a…**

You can definitely argue this both ways. I’ll go with the idea that it’s the men’s fault. My main evidence is the way that Sammy reacts right from the start. The first thing we see in the story…

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**THE TELL-TALE HEART**

**What are some images or details that help you create the mood in the short story “The Tell-Tale…**

When we read this excellent short story it is hard not to escape the fact that one of the moods that Poe so excellently created is terror and fear. This is a story that you would be wise not to…

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**SCIENCE**

**What are the advantages and drawbacks of using solar energy?What are the advantages and drawbacks…**

Solar energy is one of the most widely available forms of energy, one that is renewable and which humanity will not run out of. Solar energy can be put to use in hundreds of ways and replace the…

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**MACBETH**

**In Macbeth, which king possesses the “king-becoming graces” mentioned by Malcolm in Act 4,…**

In the passage, Malcolm is not referring to a particular king; he is naming all the characteristics that a good king must possess. Within the context of the play, they would most accurately…

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**RENÉ DESCARTES**

**How does Descartes define what it means to be human, and what is the signifcance of the definition?**

Descartes claimed that there is an essential distinction between the mind (or soul) and body. Proceeding from his famous maxim, “I think, therefore I am,” Descartes concluded that the first…

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**MATH**

**AB is a vector whose tail is at (-4,2) and whose head is at (-1,3). Determine the coordinates of…**

Given that A(-4,2) and B(-1,3) Let us calculate the length of AB. ==> AB = sqrt(-4+1)^2 +(2-3)^2 = sqrt10 ==> Then, the length of GH is also sqrt10. But, GH is in oppsite direction of AB….

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**MATH**

**AB is a vector whose tail is at (-4,2) and whose head is at (-1,3). Determine the coordinates of…**

Given that A(-4,2) and B(-1,3) Then the vector AB is written as follows. => AB = ( -1+4)i + (3-2)j = 3i + j Now given that F( 3,-2). We will assume that E (x. y). ==> EF = (3-x)i + (-2-y)j =…

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**MATH**

**AB is a vector whose tail is at (-4,2) and whose head is at (-1,3). Determine the coordinates of…**

Given that A(-4,2) and B(-1,3) Then we will write the vector AB as follows. ==> AB = (-1+4)i + (3-2)j ==> AB = 3i + j Also, given that C (-6, 0), we need to find D such that: AB = CD Let us…

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**THE GREAT GATSBY**

**In The Great Gatsby how are Gatsby and Myrtle parallels, considering the values, aspirations and…**

These two are great to consider as parallels. First, both want what they can’t ever have. That which they both want happens to be attached. Although Gatsby wants Daisy and Myrtle wants Tom, Daisy’s…

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**ROMEO AND JULIET**

**Does anyone know 3 examples of Romeo’s tragic flaws from Romeo and Juliet?**

I think it is important to understand the characteristics of a tragic hero to write your essay. A tragic hero will often be noble, not necessarily in social status, but in terms of character. Romeo…

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**THE GREAT GATSBY**

**Considering Nick’s character and Gatsby’s career in The Great Gatsby, what is there about Gatsby…**

Nick mentions this in the first couple of pages in introducing the book. He specifically cites the fact that a moral code was of value to him, and Gatsby did something to horribly destroy that. So,…

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**SCIENCE**

**How can a sound project be made using recycled household items?apply knowledge about sound to…**

Why not create a xylophone, using bars of wood and hollow gourds to create the different sounds. Longer gourds provide a low sound and shorter gourds, a high sound. Arrange them in order of length….

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**REFERENCE**

**what was education like in the 1960s 70s and 80swhat was education like in the 1960s 70s and 80s**

I was in grade school in the ’70s and ’80s, finished HS in 1986 so I think I can talk about this from a student’s point of view, though not that of a teacher. My memory is that school was much more…

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**LAW AND POLITICS**

**Can a state “opt out” of Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier thus preventing school administrators from…**

The thing that is very important to realize here is that this case does not tell states or school districts what they must do. Instead, it tells them what they may do. In this case, the Supreme…

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**A CHRISTMAS CAROL**

**What examples in A Christmas Carol suggest Dickens believed that society and individuals should…**

Well, you might want to consider how Scrooge acts before he receives his night-time visits and then also how he acts after this life-changing experience. One of the clearest examples that has to do…

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**OUT, OUT—**

**What is the plot of “Out, Out –” by Robert Frost?”Out, out –” poem by Robert Frost**

The poem “Out, out –” by Robert Frost is titled as an allusion to a passage from Macbeth by Shakespeare. In the allusion passage, Macbeth is commenting on the fragility of life, and the…

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**OUT, OUT—**

**In “Out, Out – ,” analyze how these narrative elements work to convey what you think is the…**

The main theme of this poem is the fragility of life and the meaning of death, and this is conveyed through the narrative style of the poem. It reads like a story and has many short story…

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**FAHRENHEIT 451**

**In Fahrenheit 451 how does Faber give Montag wisdom?**

In Fahrenheit 451, I see Faber give Montag wisdom in 3 ways. First, he physically puts thought into his head. The ear piece Montag wears in an effort to know what to do when he performs his acts of…

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**DEATH OF A SALESMAN**

**In Death of a Salesman, how old are Biff and Happy during their conversation in the bedroom? Does…**

The conversation between Biff and Happy that takes place in their bedroom is found in the beginning of the play. The time is the present. Willie has just returned home, tired and confused; Biff and…

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**MATH**

**Find the points on the graph of y= 1/3 x^3 – 5x – 4/x at which the tangent is horizontal.**

Given the curve y= (1/3)x^3 – 5x – 4/x We need to find the horizontal tangent line to the curve y. ==> The equation of the line is: y-y1 = m(x-x1) where m is the slope. But we know that the…

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**MATH**

**Find the slope of the demand curve D(p) = 20 / sqrt (p-1), p>1, at point (5,10)**

The demand slope is given by D(p) = 20 / sqrt (p – 1) The slope of the curve is the value of the first derivative at the required point. D(p) = 20 / sqrt (p – 1) => 20* ( p – 1)^(-1/2) D'(p) =…

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**MATH**

**Determine lim f(x) as x approaches 4, where f(x)= {1, if x does not equal 4 f(x)={ -1, if x = 4**

We have to find f(x), lim x–> 4 The function f(x) has the value: f(x) = 1 at x not equal to 4 and f(x) = -1 at x = 4 We see that approaching x=4 from x = + inf, f(x) = 1 Approaching x = 4 from…

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**HILLS LIKE WHITE ELEPHANTS**

**In the story Hills Like White Elephants what kind of resolution does the story offer?**

I think that part of the story’s beauty is that it really does not offer a resolution. In a commitment to present consciousness as it is, Hemingway does not capitulate to traditional storytelling…

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**THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER**

**Is “The Fall of the House of Usher” by Edgar Allen Poe a satirical parody?**

Poe wrote “The Fall of the House of Usher” as an exploration of Gothic elements more than as a satirical parody. Like most Gothic pieces, the story has a dark mood, and dark content. It…

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**HISTORY**

**Evaluate the effectiveness of the U.S. government in dealing with the slavery issue from…**

There are two ways to look at how effective the government was in dealing with slavery. You can say that the government dealt with it effectively because it managed to put the issue off and keep…

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**HILLS LIKE WHITE ELEPHANTS**

**In “Hills Like White Elephants,” how do details of setting and physical action contribute to our…**

Hemingway uses the setting as a metaphor for the couple’s relationship. What the setting tells us is that, while both parts of the view are part of the same landscape, the parts are are divided…

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**HISTORY**

**What makes Chichen Itza a great example of Mayan engineering?**

In addition to being a political and economic center for the Maya, Chichen Itza also served as an astronomical and religious center. One of its buildings, El Caracol (literally, “the snail” in…

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**TRIGONOMETRY1**

**Tangent of double anglecalculate the tangent of double angle sinx+cosx=1, tan2x=? cos2x=?**

Given that: sinx + cosx = 1 We need to find tan 2x We know that: tan2x = 2tanx / (1-tan^2 x) Then, we will determine tanx Let us divide the equation by cosx ==> sinx + cosx = 1 ==>…

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**RESEARCH METHODOLOGY**

**Lagrange’s ruleProve the relation of trigonometry sin^2x+cos^2x=1 with Lagrange’s rule**

If we consider the expression (sin x)^2 + (cos x)^2 as a function f(x), in order to demonstrate that f(x)=1 is a constant, we have to calculate the first derivative of this function f(x). If the…

**PHYSICS**

**Confusion between mass and weightExplain the confusion between mass and weight.**

Mass can be considered as a fundamental characteristic property of matter. In other words, if there is matter, there is mass. An electron and an elephant are both matter; both have mass. If we…

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**SCIENCE**

**Continuity of a function of one variableCheck continuity f(x)={3x-5, x is different to 1 /…**

To check the continuity of a function of one variable, we’ll have to follow the algorithm: f(a) is defined lim f(x) exists, x-> a lim f(x) = f(a), x->a In this case, a = 1 We’ll compute f(1)…

**HISTORY**

**How was the slave trade organized and who controlled each aspect of the trade?**

The Atlantic slave trade was taking place between Africa and the Americas, for the most part. Of course, different people participated in it at different times and different people profited from…

**PHYSICS**

As the first post said, this story is not really true. It is interesting how we tend to tell stories about people spontaneously realizing some truth about physics or the natural world in this way….

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**APPLICATIONS**

**Trigonometric functionsHow to determine a trigonometric function if i know tanx=m/n, is possible…**

If you know that tan x = (m/n), you can find sin x. Go about it this way: tan x = (m/n) => sin x/ cos x = m/n now change cos x to sin x, use (cos x)^2 = 1 – (sin x)^2 => sin x/ sqrt( 1- (sin…

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**HISTORY**

**What purpose did Chichen Itza serve? Thank you so much for your help**

Since Chichen Itza was a place where many people lived over the course of many centuries, it had a variety of purposes. But the answer you are probably looking for is that it was a ceremonial and…

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**SCIENCE**

**Biological functions of waterBiological functions of water**

Hydrolysis which is key in the digestive process, requires water. In this process, water is inserted into a nutrient and enzymes are present to catalyze the reaction. The nutrient is broken down…

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**THE BIBLE**

**How does the author of “The Parable of the Prodigal Son” convey its meaning?I’m trying to figure…**

[I have tried to find a separate group for this excellent parable, but unfortunately it appears that such a group does not exist, so I will leave this question in The Bible group, though of course…

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**RESEARCH METHODOLOGY**

**Inclination of a lineInclination of a line**

Inclination of the line is the angle made by a line to x axis. The inclination of the line depends on the gradient of that line. The gradient of the line is the ratio between the y direction…

**WINTER DREAMS**

**How would you describe the character of Dexter as it relates to a theme of success in “Winter…**

One of the aspects of contemporary society that Fitzgerald always seemed to write about, at least to some extent, is the American Dream. Here, in this story, clearly Dexter is an excellent example…

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**HISTORY**

**How was the treatment of black Southerners in 1890 similar to and different from their treatment…**

There were many similarities between the way that blacks experienced life in the South during these two eras, but there are major differences as well. The major similarity is that blacks were…

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**THE BIBLE**

**Can you compare “The Gospel of Luke” with our current society? Give examples.Can you compare “The…**

One focus of the Gospel of Luke (as with the other gospels in the New Testament) is the life of Jesus. Though much seems the same between this book and the other accounts of Christ’s life, the…

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**PHYSICS**

**By how much should the length of a pendulum be shortened if with its present length it loses half…**

The time period of a pendulum is given by 2*pi*sqrt (L/g), where L is the length of the pendulum. In the problem, the pendulum loses half a minute per day. This implies that the length of the…

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**PHYSICS**

**adiabatic processadiabatic process**

The main characteristic of an adiabatic process is that it will be no heat transfer, at all. Q = 0 To get an adiabatic process in a system, we’ll have to isolate the system very well, such as the…

**DEATH AND THE KING’S HORSEMAN**

**What assumptions are made by colonials about the native peoples?**

In Wole Soyinka’s play “Death and the King’s Horseman” the colonials, best represented by the character of Simon(and his wife Jane) Pilkings, does not understand the culture or the people of the…

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**SCIENCE**

**using pythagorean theorem to get a polynomial equationA right triangle has a hypotenuse that is…**

You know that your legs are x and 2x + 2. You know your hypotenuse is 13. You know that the Pythagorean Theorem says that the sum of the squares of the legs is equal to the square of the…

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**MATH**

**help to determine sideshelp to determine sides of triangle hypotenuse=20cm sides: x and 2x**

By the Pythagorean Theorem, we know that the sum of the squares of the legs equals the square of the hypotenuse. So we square all of the terms that you have given