What arguments does Lady Macbeth use to convince Macbeth to commit the murder?

# What arguments does Lady Macbeth use to convince Macbeth to commit the murder?

• SCIENCE

What is the difference between metaphase I and metaphase II?

During metaphase I of meiosis, chromosome tetrads line up along the middle of the cell. In other words, during metaphase I of meiosis, the chromosome tetrads line up along the metaphase plate….

• THE SNIPER

In “The Sniper,” how is the armored car personified?

Liam O’Flaherty’s short story “The Sniper” is about the action between Republican and Free State snipers on the rooftops above Dublin during the Irish Civil War. The reader follows the story from…

• MATH

Show the Sturgis Rule Calculation and then fill in the chart for the Cell Boundaries N = 100…

Sturges’ rule is a way of calculating the number of bins (e.g. categories or classes) of a set of data. It is assumed that the data come from a normally distributed population. Sturges’ rule states…

• THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

List the qualities that Portia feels a husband should have in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice.

In Act I, scene ii, Portia and Nerissa discuss the suitors who have come to take their chances to win Portia’s hand in marriage. Since Portia cannot choose a husband for herself, for each must try…

• MATH

A manufacturing process fills soft drink bottles with a population mean equal to 12.074 ounces…

We are given that the population mean mu=12.074, with a population standard deviation sigma=.046. We are asked to find the percentage of the population with the following properties: (a) Find…

• FRINDLE

Is the word frindle from the book Frindle actually a real word?

No, the word frindle is not a real word. In the story, however, it becomes a real word. The genre of the book is realistic fiction, and in the story the word frindle winds up in the dictionary….

• SCIENCE

What is an example of passive transport?

Diffusion and facilitated diffusion are two examples of passive transport. Passive transport is transport through a cell membrane that does not require energy. In either diffusion or facilitated…

• THE CHAMBERED NAUTILUS

In “The Chambered Nautilus,” what are the “webs of living gauze” referred to in Line 8? According…

In this poem Oliver Wendell Holmes is glorifying the chambered nautilus and mourning the death of a single representative of the species. In the first several verses, the nautilus is compared to a…

• THE LADY OR THE TIGER?

Why was the ending of “The Lady or the Tiger” by Frank Stockton surprising?

The ending of “The Lady or the Tiger” by Frank Stockton is surprising because we, the readers, are left to decide what happened. The story does not give us an answer, and we have no way of knowing…

• TWO KINDS

What kind of a teacher is Mr. Chong?

Mr. Chong is a piano teacher. He is not in great shape because of his advanced age. In fact, he is deaf and can barely see. Jing-mei’s mother, Suyuan Woo agrees to clean Mr. Chong’s house in…

• THE REVOLT OF ‘MOTHER’

In the story “The Revolt of ‘Mother’,” what might the qualities of Mrs. Penn’s house say about…

The house that Sarah Penn was living in at the beginning of the story is old and rundown. It is stated early on in the story that Mrs. Penn had been living in that tiny house for forty years even…

• MACBETH

To Macbeth, the first and the second two apparitions say contradictory statements. What are the…

The first apparition conjured by the witches in Act 4, scene 1, tells Macbeth to “Beware Macduff.” The second apparition says, “Be bloody, bold, and resolute. Laugh to scorn / The power of man,…

• I HEARD A FLY BUZZ—WHEN I DIED—

How does the poem “I heard a Fly buzz–when I died” connect to today?

This poem by Emily Dickinson was written around 1863, yet because it deals with the subject of death, it is still as meaningful today as when it was written. Interestingly, the narrator of the poem…

• HISTORY

Where did the Spanish influenza begin in the United States and how did it spread in Europe and…

It is believed that the epicenter of the Spanish influenza was actually in France in 1918. Early reports, however, show that it first showed up in the United States at Fort Riley in Kansas and in…

• MATH

Use the data below and the chart provided to construct a Pareto diagram for software defects….

A pareto chart consists of a bar chart, with bars in descending order of length, and a line graph representing the cumulative total. Please see the attached graph:

• THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

Richard Connel’s short story “The Most Dangerous Game” is about a deadly duel in an island jungle between two big game hunters. It is an excellent read with plenty of intrigue and suspense. 33….

• THE CAY

In The Cay, how does Phillip know that its morning while he is blind?

Like many people who lack one of their senses, whether it is blindness or deafness, they quickly learn to use their other senses to cope and survive. In Phillip’s case, he realizes it is morning…

• MACBETH

What are William Shakespeare’s qualifications for writing Macbeth?

This is an interesting question. Shakespeare was a commoner, not a nobleman, and certainly not close to royalty, so what could he know about the ambitions of a person hoping to become a king? These…

• LAW AND POLITICS

According to James Madison what are the strengths of a republic?

James Madison believed in the concept of having a republic. While James Madison and others worried that a republic could lead to chaos and disorder, they knew it was better than being ruled by a…

• LAW AND POLITICS

What did James Madison believe were the strengths of democracy?

Many have misconstrued James Madison’s Federalist No. 10 as an argument against democracy. However, it was an argument for a republic, which is a form of democracry. Madison opposed the idea of a…

• LONDON

I need help with an essay on Blake’s poem “London.” I have to write on the structure, imagery,…

This poem is one of the “Songs of Experience” written by William Blake that contrasts with his “Songs of Innocence.” While Songs of Innocence took an optimistic and positive view of life and…

• CINEMA

How was porn originated?

It is difficult to say how pornography really began, but what sets pornography apart from other material is that it is intended to be sexually arousing to the viewer. Art which depicts nude figures…

• SCIENCE

A gamma ray might have a wavelength as long as an?

In comparison to other members of the electromagnetic spectrum (such as visible light, infrared, ultraviolet rays, etc.), gamma rays have the longest frequency and hence the smallest wavelength….

• LORD OF THE FLIES

Why was Lord of the Flies banned in many school districts?

Lord of the Flies is widely considered such a staple in high school classrooms today that most people would be surprised to find that this book was considered too controversial for classroom…

• THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY

What effect do Walter Mitty’s daydreams have on the story “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty?”

In James Thurber’s entertaining short story “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” the main character’s daydreams remove him from the irritations of his mundane life by providing him with an heroic…

• SCIENCE

Why do protons contain a positive charge? Why do electrons contain a negative charge?

I’m not sure there is a meaningful answer to this question, at least not one that is known to current science. We can explain why we call them positive and negative. It was basically an arbitrary…

Characterize Montresor. What kind of person is he?

Montresor is an extremely proud man; he is also very clever and manipulative. At the beginning of the story, he exaggerates the number of injuries he had sustained at the hands of Fortunato, as if…

• SCIENCE

When starch is digested, which monosaccharides are released?

Hydrolysis is the process by which large polymers are broken down into their sub– units known as monomers. These monomers are small molecules that are repeated inside the larger polymer and held…

• HISTORY

Why was the Berlin Wall detrimental to Germany? What are some reasons why?

The Berlin Wall was detrimental to Germany in that it separated families. The Soviets, worried about a drain of ability and anti-Soviet information to the Western side, built the wall. The…

Explain the phrase “bent in the undergrowth” in Frost’s “The Road not Taken.”

This phrase appears at the end of the first stanza of the poem. It represents the point where the speaker can no longer see where the first road he looks down will lead. We can visualize the…

• THE MINISTER’S BLACK VEIL

What do we know about Mr. Hooper in “The Minister’s Black Veil”?

We know that he has a reputation for being “good” as he is called “good Parson Hooper” or “good Mr. Hooper” often by both townspeople and the narrator. Further, the narrator tells us that Mr….

• HARRISON BERGERON

What are some concrete examples from the text that show, despite the government’s extreme…

The premise of Vonnegut’s short story “Harrison Bergeron” is society cannot be successful when trying to create equality by stripping individuality from its people. In the short story the…

• THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

What is Twain’s attitude toward religion in Huckleberry Finn ?

Twain criticizes Christianity in Huckleberry Finn for its advocacy of slavery. Huck, for example, has learned through the church that slavery is a moral and beneficial institution. The novel…

• MATH

Find the Length of the curve y=(x^4/8)+ (1/(4x^2)) on [1,3] For the derivative I got…

You need to find the length of the given curve, on the interval [1,3], using the formula ∫31ds∫13ds , where ds=1+(dydx)2−−−−−−−−−−√.ds=1+(dydx)2. You need to differentiate the equation of the curve

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

“Is the current level of federal government spending good economic policy?”

There is no way to answer this question objectively. Different people will have different answers. Moreover, there is no way to prove that the current level of government spending is good or bad…

• FREAK THE MIGHTY

According to Kevin, what is robotics and how is it used?

The first time Kevin visits the “down under,” Max’s basement bedroom, the two boys have a conversation that begins with Kevin explaining why he calls his mom the “fair Gwen of air.” This, of…

• HAMLET

In Shakespeare’s Hamlet does Hamlet actually become mad or not?

I would first like to say that this is a highly contested question. Critics continue to argue vigorously about it. My opinion, however, is that Hamlet does not actually become insane, but puts on…

• MACBETH

In Macbeth, if the witches have control over the apparitions, then what is the point of the first…

As it turns out, the other two apparitions (and, for that matter, the circle of kings that later appear) do not actually contradict the first one. The important thing, though, is that Macbeth…

• A DOLL’S HOUSE

What type of stage would be used for A Doll’s House?

A Doll’s House is a simplistic and minimal play in terms of set design requirements. This allows for a good deal of flexibility in each individual production. There is no reason why it couldn’t be…

• THE STORY OF MY LIFE

What is the summary of Chapter 15 of The Story of My Life?

Helen visited her home in Alabama from school during the autumn. She began writing the story of her life so far during this visit. Helen wrote fearfully at first. The terrible experience of The…

• MACBETH

What are the similarities between Hitler, Stalin, and Macbeth?

Ruthless, relentless ambition drove Hitler, Stalin and Macbeth. Each was willing to anything to win, and each threw all notions of ordinary morality under the bus in their pursuit of power. All…

• TO BUILD A FIRE

What is the narration of this story? Is it first person retrospective?

First person narratives always employ the words “I,” “me,” “mine,” “my,” etc. Edgar Allan Poe’s famous story “The Cask of Amontillado” is a good example of first-person retrospective narration. “To…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Where is Calpurnia’s house located?

Calpurnia’s house is located in what is called the Quarters; it is mainly where the African-American community in Maycomb lives. Although Calpurnia works as a cook and housekeeper for the Finches,…

• HISTORY

What event marked the beginning of the French Revolution ? Add this point to the time line

Prior to the Revolution, France had fallen into a terrible debt due to several poor harvests and their involvement in the American Revolution and the Seven Years’ War. The government tried to…

• ROMEO AND JULIET

Is Juliet a static or dynamic character?

Throughout the course of a story, characters may experience change. If a character does not change during the story, that character is considered static. On the other hand, if a character does…

• PSYCHOLOGY

What are three elements of Freud in everyday use?

Three elements of Freud that have seeped into the everyday consciousness are the Freudian slip, the Oedipal complex and the superego. In a Freudian slip a person secretly reveals a thought they…

• MACBETH

What arguments does Lady Macbeth use to convince Macbeth to commit the murder?

Throughout the play, it is Lady Macbeth who plans and urges her husband to kill King Duncan. In Act One, Scene 7, Macbeth agonizes about whether he can kill Duncan and doesn’t feel like his…

• THE COP AND THE ANTHEM

In “The Cop and the Anthem,” what is a metaphor? What do these words stand for: “sailing away on…

The words about “sailing away,” and “southern skies” are contained in an early paragraph of the story. The hibernatorial ambitions of Soapy were not of the highest. In them there were no…

What did you think of the solution to the mystery?

“The Red-Headed League” is one of the best Sherlock Holmes stories because it is based on such an unusual idea. The criminal John Clay invents a job for Jabez Wilson to keep him out of the way…