What digits from 1-9 make a true satement you can only use each number once and you have to do it…

# What digits from 1-9 make a true satement you can only use each number once and you have to do it…

• MATH

What digits from 1-9 make a true satement you can only use each number once and you have to do it…

Note that order of operations is suspended for this problem. A answer is: ((1/2*5+7)*6*4/9+8)*3 = 100 A computer algorithm was used to solve this problem. If you were just trying to guess, there…

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• THE GRAPES OF WRATH

What images does Steinbeck use to portray of America during the Dust Bowl and Great Depression?I…

Interestingly, the images of desperation, desolation, and determination that are prevalent in John Steinbeck’s “The Grapes of Wrath” are portrayed both in the narrative and in the intercalary…

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• NO MORE DEAD DOGS

What is the problem in the book No More Dead Dogs by Gordon Korman?

The problem occurs when Wallace Wallace is asked by his English teacher to write a book report on the book, “Old Shep, My Pal,” and Wallace quite honestly expresses his displeasure with the book….

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• THE GIVER

What possible conflicts do you see building in the The Giver’s plot from chapters 1-3?no

Some conflicts develop in these opening chapters that involve the protagonist, Jonas. First, the reader is given a clue that Jonas is not an ordinary child when the incident with the apple is…

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• THE LADY OR THE TIGER?

For what crime is the young man accused and how does the princess signal her love when he is in…

This love affair moved on happily for many months, until one day the king happened to discover its existence. He did not hesitate nor waver in regard to his duty. The youth was immediately cast…

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• THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE

How does Dr. Jekyll interpret his realationship with Mr. Hyde in The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll…

In Chapter 10 of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Dr. Jekyll speaks about his relationship with Mr. Hyde. The relationship is a complex and progressive one. His scientific medical…

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• HAMLET

What’s the reason for the ghost’s appearance in Act I, Scene i in Hamlet?

The appearance of the ghost of Hamlet’s father in the beginning of the play serves as the inciting incident that really gets the drama underway. When Hamlet returns to Denmark after leaving school,…

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• LITERATURE

The Writer’s Presence; Origins by Barack Obama: Which chapter in Dreams from my Father is that?I…

Obama’s book is divided into four sections. The first one is “Origins”, while the second is entitled “Chicago,” which is followed by “Kenya”, and the concluding “Epilogue.” There are chapters…

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• BUSINESS

consumer behaviourDue to the emergence of industrial giants like BPL and Videocon in india after…

Consumer behavior has changed in that there is a greater sense of globalization which directly impacts the consumer in terms of how they get goods and the types of goods they seek. Industries have…

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• THE FOUNTAINHEAD

How does this novel apply to United States and global interaction?

“The Fountainhead,” by Ayn Rand is a novel that basically compares the ideals of Free market Capitalism and Communism. Rand had escaped Communist Russia and was a big supporter of the Capitalist…

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• THE GREAT GATSBY

how are readers supposed to feel about nick? in what ways does he come off as reliable or…

This question has already been answered many times. Here is a comprehensive link for you: http://www.enotes.com/great-gatsby/search?q=nick+reliable+unreliable

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• HARRISON BERGERON

When Harrison Bergeron takes over and joins together with the ballerina, what does this tell…

The incident when Harrison appears in the television studio after escaping from jail serves as the dramatic climax of the story. He bursts through the door, takes control of the studio, and engages…

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• THE LADY OR THE TIGER?

In “The Lady or the Tiger”, what does the author mean by “when he and himself agreed upon…

Simply put, it means the king answers to no one. He only consults with himself and it only takes he and himself (a literary play on words that means he and he alone) to make a decision. This…

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• TRIFLES

In “Trifles”, what are the different types of figurative language used?

Like most plays, Trifles depends on its dialogue and that does not always leave a lot of room for figurative language. Most examples of figurative language show up in the the descriptions by the…

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• GREAT EXPECTATIONS

How does dickens use first person narrative to immediatly create tension in the opening chapter?

When we read Great Expectations, we get the feeling immediately that is is Pip and not Dickens telling us the story. In the first two paragraphs, the youngster earns our sympathy and the tension…

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• THE MONKEY’S PAW

What is a summary for the short story “The Monkey’s Paw” by W.W. Jacobs?

A complete summary would be quite long, but the basics of the story is that a family is given a talisman- a monkey’s paw or foot- that was said to be charmed by an old fakhir in India. He wanted…

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• LITERATURE

What is Neo Classical Poery? What are the main features of the poetry of this age?long answer

Neoclassical poetry comes from 18th and 19th century American colonial contributors with conservative values. It is made up of heroic couplets – two lines of iambic pentameter that rhyme, and each…

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• ULYSSES

What are the characteristics of Ulysses in Tennyson’s poem?

Tennyson’s characterization of Ulysses is a bit different from the Homeric vision. The traditional texts present Ulysses as a character who seeks to be home with Penelope and Telemachus, an…

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• THE CAY

In what chapter of The Cay did Phillip and Henrik watch the excitement of the German attack on…

Phillip and Henrik watch the excitement at the docks of Curacao after the German attack on the Dutch islands at the beginning of Chapter 1. On the night of February 1942, German submarines attack…

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• DOVER BEACH

What does the scene at Dover Beach look like?

This is a neat question because it allows the reader to translate the figurative imagery from the poem into a mental “picture.” SO fun! Let’s use the exact images from the poem to create that…

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• 1984

What is the meaning of the party slogan “War is Peace”?

The answer rests with the paradox of the Party itself. Its propaganda says one thing, but it controls the population in the opposite way. The concept of “doublethink” is the heart of Party slogans,…

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• DOVER BEACH

In the poem “Dover Beach” by Matthew Arnold, why does the poet refer to Sophocles and the Aegean…

In the poem “Dover Beach” by Matthew Arnold, Arnold expresses a rather dreary and pessimistic view of life. He feels that all faith and love, and goodness and peace have departed from the world…

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• COLD SASSY TREE

What is the “tree” in the cold sassy tree significant? What does it stand for?

The town’s history is symbolized through the tree. Early in the town’s history there were many of the trees, and the town even took its name from the tree. However, with the advancement of more…

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• BRAVE NEW WORLD

What topica 21st century issues or problems does Brave New World Portend?Does Huxley envision…

Well, one issue that really wasn’t considered until the 21st century is fertility enhancement and in-vitro fertilization. The novel is rich with descriptions of sterilized, scientific reproduction,…

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• DOVER BEACH

What, according to “Dover Beach” by Matthew Arnold, was the state of faith at one time?

The answer to this question can be found right at the beginning of the third stanza. Arnold states: “The Sea of Faith Was once, too, at the full, and round earth’s shore Lay like the folds of a…

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• KING LEAR

Give explanation of, “Mend your speech a little, lest it mar your fortunes,” from King Lear.

Lear has asked his three daughters to tell him how much they love him, promising to give the most desirable one-third of his kingdom to the one who expresses her love most convincingly. The old man…

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• DOVER BEACH

What does Matthew Arnold hear in “the grating roar/of pebbles” in his poem “Dover Beach”? What…

Matthew Arnold begins his poem “Dover Beach” of describing a beautifully moonlit scene out his window, of the waves crashing on the beach before him. He describes the sea as “calm,” the moon as…

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• DOVER BEACH

Is “Dover Beach” by Matthew Arnold a descriptive poem or a meditative one?

Can’t it be both? Matthew Arnold, in his poem “Dover Beach,” is highly descriptive AND meditative. You can see his descriptiveness as he relays the beautiful scene out his window. He describes…

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• DOVER BEACH

In “Dover Beach” by Matthew Arnold, what is the effect of the moon on the straits?

In the first stanza of “Dover Beach,” Matthew Arnold describes a beautiful scene out of his window. He is looking down at the beach, the moon is shining, and the tide is gently lapping at the…

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• THE GREAT GATSBY

What images of death pervade in chapter one of “The Great Gatsby”? in chapter 1 ( the great gatsby)

One common image is the color gray. Fitzgerald utilizes color imagery throughout the novel, reflecting personalities and characteristics through the hues of accessories. while most of those colors…

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• LAW AND POLITICS

Can I cancel a time share contract that I got in on June1, 2009?

This depends completely on the terms of the contract. A contract is a legally binding agreement, and in the case of a timeshare, you would have had to sign a document promising to pay/make…

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• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What lessons did the children learn from their experiance in chapter 8 of “To Kill a Mockingbird”?

Chapter 8 is filled with excitement and suspense. It snows which is a rare thing in Alabama. School is canceled, and the children have the rare occasion to build a snow man, which later becomes a…

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• THE LITTLE PRINCE

What lessons do we learn from the pilot in Saint-Exupery’s The Little Prince?

One of the most important lessons we learn from the pilot is to look beyond the corporeal. We learn in the very first couple of chapters that the pilot struggled in his life because he saw things…

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• LORD OF THE FLIES

Why doesnâ€™t Ralph descend into savagery like the other boys on the island? How does he resist…

Ralph, as a representation of the ego, is conscious of inner morality and guidelines. He has a strict idea of what should be done as far as leadership rituals, and he resists the other boys…

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• THE GUIDE

In “The Guide”, was Rosie responsible for all the mishappenings happened to Raju?

I would say that while Rosie has a role in what happens to Raju, his own actions play a significant part in his own condition. His desire to encourage Rosie to become a dancer, to manage her…

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• SCIENCE

What is the best method of cooking meat from medical point of view?

Braising or broiling indoors is considered the safest way to cook meat by medical professionals. Braising means cooking on high heat in boiling liquid such as broth or seasoned water. Broiling is…

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• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird, what is the testimony of Heck Tate, Bob Ewell, Mayella Ewell, and Tom…

HECK TATE. Heck testifies that after being contacted by Bob Ewell, he visits the Ewell house to find a beaten Mayella on the floor. He says that he found the right side of her face badly beaten…

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• GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

What factors contributed to hunter-gatherers becoming farmers?

This is one of those questions that is purely speculative in its answer as none of us were there at the time to observe the process. That being said, I will take a stab at an answer. Humans had…

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• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Personality of Scout, Jem, Tom Robinson, Bob Ewell, and Boo Radley.what are some traits that each…

I’m not going to tell you, but I am going to explain how you can find out. Take a character and ask these questions: 1. What does the author say about him/her, 2. What does the character say…

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• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is cognitive psychology or methods of study for cognitive psychology?

Cognitive psychology is a study of the internal mental processes a person has. It has to do with how people mentally represent information processing. Experiments in this field have to do with…

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• EVELINE

Is Eveline’s decision to stay back logical? “Eveline” by James Joyce

Two motifs of Joyce’s are present in his story, “Eveline”: the stultifying effect of Catholicism upon the Irish people, and the emotional paralysis of the Irish. Clearly, these two motifs enter…

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• LITERATURE

What is a work in which sex is SUGGESTED, but not described, and how does the implication of sex…

In Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, Biff goes to Boston to find his father. Upon Biff’s arrival at the hotel room, he can’t get in immediately. His father, Willy, shoos “the woman” into…

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• TEACHERS

Any creative ideas on teaching story elements to fourth graders not interested in reading?!Any…

I am not sure what you mean by “story elements.” I do not teach elementary school, and do not know whether elementary school students learn terms like “plot,” “climax,” and “resolution.” I would…

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• THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

Discuss the characterizations of Rainsford and General Zaroff in “The Most Dangerous Game”.

Rainsford is a man secure in his veneer of civilization, though there are chips in this veneer as seen by his initial conversation with Whitney in which he is unable to sympathize with the plight…

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• THE NAMESAKE

Is it possible that Gogol blamed a dislike for himself on his name, and by changing his name he…

The idea behind your question strikes at one of the critical issues of the novel. Lahiri’s work seeks to examine how “hyphenated Americans” have to deal with the straddling of two worlds- the…

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• THE TEMPEST

Why does “The Tempest” begin with a big storm?

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• HATCHET

With special reference to chapter 11 to chapter 13, write about the changes in Brian in “Hatchet”.

At this point in the novel, Brian’s primary change is the development of his notion of “tough hope.” We start seeing that while Brian is still hopeful that he will be rescued, he becomes animated…

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• OEDIPUS REX

What is the significance in Oedipus the King?What are the significant themes or ideas in the play?

One of the most profound characters in all of literature, the evolution of Oedipus’ character is probably one of the most significant aspects of the drama. His evolution in character from who he…

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• LITERATURE

Hi Do you know if there are sites providing teachers with commentaries on some passages of…

There are many such web sites. There are articles about literary works for people who have access to the EBSCO database, which most people can use through their public libraries, articles…

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• PARROT IN THE OVEN

What does the following statement indicate about Albert in the book Parrot in the Oven?What does…

The statement “since teachers lifted their eyebrows with appreciation when handing back his test papers” tells us that Albert is a good student. Manny makes this observation about Albert when…

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