# What does Captain Beatty in Fahrenheit 451 look like physically?

**FAHRENHEIT 451**

**What does Captain Beatty in Fahrenheit 451 look like physically?**

The interesting thing about Beatty is that we don’t get a direct description of his appearance, so we have to make guesses, based on other clues. The first inference that we can make is when…

1 educator answer

**THE HOUSE ON MANGO STREET**

**What are two examples of allusion, hyperbole, and symbolism in The House on Mango Street?**

Here is one example of each: Allusion–In the chapter titled “Rafaela Who Drinks Coconut and Papaya Juice on Tuesdays,” Esperanza makes an allusion to Rapunzel. She says that Rafaela leans out the…

2 educator answers

**THE HOUSE ON MANGO STREET**

**What are two examples of hyperbole in The House on Mango Street?**

One example of hyperbole in The House on Mango Street is in the chapter titled “Those Who Don’t.” Esperanza says that people who don’t know the neighborhood come into it scared. She implies that…

2 educator answers

**DANTE’S INFERNO**

**what’s the main message of the bookWhat’s the main message of the book and who was the audience…**

One of Dante’s messages is his belief that various types of sin will have different consequ3encesz in the afterlife. Of course, the religious control of almost all aspects of life during Dante’s…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Calculate the expression E=sqrt(1 + 1/2^2 + 1/3^2)+sqrt(1 + 1/3^2 + 1/4^2)+…+sqrt(1 + 1/n^2 +…**

E = (1+1/2^2+1/3^2)+(1+1/3^2+1/1/4^1)+….(1+1/n^2+1/n+1)^2 .. n terms Solution: Consider 1+1/r2+1/(r+1)^2 =[ r^2(r+1)^2+(r+1)^2+r^2]/(r^2(r+1)^2) = (r^4+2r^2+3r^3+2r+1)/(r^2(r+1)^2) =…

**MATH**

**“a” is a real number and x+y+z=a. If E(x,y,z)=xy+xz+yz, maximum of E(x,y,z) is =?**

x+y+z =a. (x-y)^2+(y-z)^2+(z-x)^2= x^2+y^2-2xy+y^2+z^2 -2yz+z^2+x^2-2xy = 2(x^2+y^2+z^2) – 2(xy+yz+zx)>0 x^2+y^2+z^2 > xy+yz+zx Adding 2xy+2xz+2yz, (x^2+y^2+z^2+2xy+2yz+2zx) >…

**MATH**

**Knowing that ABCD parallelogram, find the real numbers a,b,c, so that D to be the center weight…**

We assume that The coordinates of D is the origin (0,0) , DA = x, AB = DC = y and AB makes an angle m with x axis. Then X coordinate centre of mass of a, b and c =…

**MATH**

(x^2 -9)^1/2 = 4 First we will square both sides: ==> ((x^2 -9)^1/2)^2 = 4^2 ==> (x^2 -9) = 16 Now add 9 to both sides: ==> x^2 = 25 ==> x= +-5

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Which is the equation of the line that is parallel to x+y=2 and the point (2,5) is on the line?**

We know that 2 lines are parallel if the values of their slopes are equal. The given equation is x+y=2 and we have to write in the standard from, which is y = mx+n. We’ll isolate y to the left…

**MATH**

**The points A(1,1), B(0,2), C(-2,0) are on the graph of f(x)=ax^2+bx+c. Determine f?**

f(x) = ax^2 + bx + c The point A(1,1), B(0,2), and C(-2, 0) are on the graph. Then the point A, B, and C verifies the equations: f(1)=1 ==> a+b+c= 1….(1) f(0)= 2 ==> 0+0+c= 2 f(-2)=0…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**The first term of a geometric progression, b1=2 and the ratio q=-2. b1*b2*b3*b4=?**

b1, b2, b3, b4 are terms of a geometric progression where the ratio q=-2 We know that b1= 2 ==> b2= 2*-2 = -4 ==> b3= -4*-2= 8 ==> b4= 8*-2= -16 Then: b1*b2*b3*b4= 2*-4*8*-16 = 1024

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Determine the area of the triangle ABC if AB=4,AC=6 and the angle a=30 deg.**

We draw the triangle ABC and consider that AC=6 is the base of the triangle. Then we draw a line from B to a point D where BD is perpindicular to AC Then the area (a)= (1/2) AC * BD But we have…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Which is the function f(x)=ax+b ? f(1)+f(2)+f(3)=6a+2b f(4)=8**

f(x) = ax+b f(1) = a + b f(2) = 2a+b f(3) = 3a+b f(4) = 4a + b =8 ……(1) f(1)+f(2)+f(3)= 6a+2b a+b + 2a+b + 3a + b = 6a + 2b 6a + 3b = 6a + 2b ==> b= 0 Now substitute in (1): 4a + b =8 4a +0…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Given the points A(4,3), B(2,5) and the line d:-x+y=9. Prove that d || AB.**

If the 2 given lines are parallel, then the values of their slopes are equal. First, we’ll have to put the equation -x+y=9. in the standard from, which is y = mx+n. We’ll isolate y to the left…

**MATH**

**A triangle has the sides AB=5, AC=12, BC=13 cos C=?**

First, we notice that AB^2 + AC^2 = BC^2 5^2 + 12^2 = 13^2 25 + 144 = 169 169 = 169 This relation is nothing but the Pythagora’s theorem, which it is applied into a right angle triangle, si the…

**MATH**

**The radius of the circumscribed circle to ABC triangle is R=3/2 and BC=3. sin A=?**

To calculate sin A, w’ell apply the sine theorem: BC/sin A = AC/sinB = AB/sin C = 2R 3/sinA = 2*(3/2) 3/sinA = 3 3 = 3*sinA We’ll divide by 3: 1 = sin A That means that the measure of the angle A…

**MATH**

**Given w=f(x,y,z)=z*e^(1-sqrt(x/y))+y^3*ln(x^2+z^2) x(t)=(t-1)e^t, y(t)=t^3, z(t)= 4+sint Find…**

The total derivative of a multivariate equation w = f(t,x(t),y(t),z(t)) is defined as: dw/dt = df/dt + df/dx * dx/dt + df/dy * dy/dt + df/dz * dz/dt The answer to your question is yes, but only in…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**A circle with centre O has PA & PB as tangents. Q is a point on circumference on the opposite…**

First you need to draw the circle with tangent lines and the point Q. Then connect the point Q with both A and B. We know that : The angle AQB = (1/2) angel AOB Now we have the quadrilateral AOBP…

1 educator answer

**SAKI**

**comparision between the trickster in Dusk by Saki and Guru Nayak in Astrologers Day.(350-400 words)?**

In Astrologers day Guru Nayak himself is a fool as he was unable to recognize The Astrologer (the man who harmed him) while in Dusk the trickster makes Gortsby a fool by taking money (sovereign…

**FAHRENHEIT 451**

**What is the significance of The Sieve and the Sand to Fahrenheit 451 as a whole?How does this…**

Several important things are learned in this section. The first is that we finally meet Faber, who had been hinted at in the previous section. We meet him face to face, and with Faber, Montag…

1 educator answer

**GRAMMAR**

**How do I convert active voice into passive voice? (I) Who will be the umpire in tomorrow’s…**

(i) The umpire will be who in tomorrow’s match? (ii) By then, the restaurant will be closed. OR They will have closed the restaurant by then. In passive sentences the subject is no longer acting,…

2 educator answers

**MATH**

**Which statement leads you through to estimate mentally the quotient of 19125 to the nearest…**

191/25 . 25*4 =10. So 191/25 = 191*4/(25*4) = 764/100 = 7.64 –> 7.6are all equivalent. That is the preference. So one and two are nearly same type of choice. Last choice is to work…

**WUTHERING HEIGHTS**

**How had her stay at the Grange change Cathy and how Heathcliff react to his change (wuthering…**

Catherine and Heathcliff grew up together and enjoyed each other’s company. They grew closer and closer as they grew, but when Catherine is bitten by the Linton’s guard dog and must recuperate…

1 educator answer

**BUSINESS**

**Explain the concept of Microeconomic Reform?**

Microeconomic Reform (simply called Economic Reform) is policies aimed at creating a more streamlined, efficient economy. Now I’m no economist, but I’ve observed that everything runs better when…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**If cos x=-1/3 and x is in (90,180), calculate sin x=?**

cos x = -1/3 We kow that cosx= adjacent/ hypotenuse = -1/3 Then the oppsite = sqrt(3^2 – 1)= sqrt(8) = 2sqrt(2) Then sinx = opposite/ hypotenuse = 2sqrt2/ 3 Since x is in the second quadrant, the…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Calculate the sum 1+2+2^2+………..+2^9=?**

We notice that the terms of the sum are the consecutive terms of a geometric progression. 2^2 = 2*2 2^3 = 2*2^2 ………………. 2^9=2*2^8 The term 1 = 2^0 So, in the sum, there are 10 terms….

**GREAT EXPECTATIONS**

**What clues indicate Pip is narrating in a more mature phase of his life and what is the effect…**

Since Great Expectations by Charles Dickens is a bildungsroman, or novel of maturation, there is a growth in Pip’s perspectives as the narrative proceeds. That having been noted, there is,…

1 educator answer

**BY THE WATERS OF BABYLON**

**What does the east, west, north, and south represent in the story?**

In my opinion, the four directions do not have four separate meanings. I think that the only direction that really has a specific significance is the east. The east represents knowledge and the…

1 educator answer

**HISTORY**

**What is your assessment of how well American democratic politics and values served the dreams of…**

I would say that American democratic politics and values have served diverse people imperfectly. This is sort of like the story of our country in general — these people have not been served…

2 educator answers

**MATH**

**The graph of f is intercepting the graph of f. Find the intercepting point if f=3x-1 and g=1-3x?**

The point of intersection is where the functions meet, and the point of intesection verifies both lines: f= 3x-1 g= 1-3x To find where the lines intersect: 3x-1 = 1-3x 6x = 2 ==> x= 2/6 = 1/3…

1 educator answer

**HISTORY**

**In what way did the Civil War’s outcome realize or fail to realize the founding principles of…**

I think the founding principles of this nation can be seen in the Declaration of Independence. The Declaration states that “all men are created equal” and that they are endowed by their…

2 educator answers

**HISTORY**

**In what ways did colonialism contribute to the economic underdevelopment of Africa?no**

I think that colonialism contributed in a variety of ways to the economic underdevelopment of many nations and continents. Africa was one very powerful case, though. The consistent and thorough…

3 educator answers

**MATH**

**Calculate tg a if a belongs to interval (pi, 3pi/2) and sin a = -4/5?**

sin a= -4/5 No let us assume that a is an angle in a right triangle. sin a = opposite / hypotenuse = -4/5 Then the adjacent= sqrt[(5)^2 – (4)^3] = 3 Then cosa= adjacent/hypotenuse=-3/5 (because it…

1 educator answer

**BUSINESS**

**Which is the best place to play a poker games?**

Online gambling is actually illegal – so be very leary of any websites that offer real “winnings.” It is even dabbling in illegal activity for websites to offer “prizes” for any compterized…

1 educator answer

**SCIENCE**

**What substances can and can not diffuse through the lipid bilayer?**

You are describing the structure of the cell membrane. It has two layers, consisting of hydrophobic (water repelling) tails, oriented towards each other, and hydrophilic (water loving) heads,…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**how to solve the equation 2*3^x + 3^(1-x)=5?**

2*3^x + 3^(1-x) = 5 Let us expand the equation: 2*3^x + 3^1 * 3^-x = 5 2*3^x + 3/3^x =5 Let 3^x =y 2y +3/y = 5 2y^2 + 3 = 5y 2y^2 -5y + 3 = 0 Factorize: (2y-3)(y-1) =0 y1= 3/2 ==> y1=3^x1=3/2…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Given d1|| d2, calculate t? d1: x+y-1=0 d2:3x-ty-2=0**

d1: x+y -1= 0 ==> y= -x +1 ….(1) d2: 3x -ty -2 =0 ==> y= (3/t)x -2/t Since d1 and d2 are parallel, then the slop of d1 (m1) = the slope of d2 (m2) m1= -1 m2 = 3/t But m1= m2 ==> -1 =…

1 educator answer

**THE BIBLE**

**Questions in the book of proverbs chapter 1 up to 15 in king james version.**

You do not state what your questions are. I’ll give an overview of these verses and if this is not what you need, please be more specific. Chapter 1 of Proverbs begins with an explanation of the…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

2lg x = lg(3x-2) lg (x)^2 = lg (3x -2) Then: x^2 = 3x -2 ==> x^2 -3x +2 =0 Factorize: ==> (x-2)(x-1) ==> x1= 2 and x2= 1 To check: 2lg (2) = log(3(2)-2) log(4) = log (4) For x2= 1: 2log(1)…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**If the numbers a,6,a-5 are the terms of a geometric progression, which has to be the value of a?**

a, 6, a-5 are terms in geometric progression Then: 6 = ar a-5 = 6r ==> a -5 = 6(6/a) ==> a-5 = 36/a ==> a^2 -5a -36 =0 ==> (a-9)(a+4) ==> a1= 9 and a2= -4 To check: a, 6, a-5 = 9,…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Which are the real solutions of the equation f^2+2f-8=0, if f is a real function? f(x)=3x-1**

f^2 + 2f -8 =0 Let us factorize: (f +4)(f-2) =0 Then: f1= -4 f2= 2 But we know that : f= 3x -1 ==> f1= 3×1-1 = -4 ==> x1= -3/3 = -1 ==> f2= 3×2 -1 = 2 ==> x2= 3/3 = 1 Then the solution…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Verify if the product is zero: sin1*sin2*sin3*…sin2009?**

sin1 * sin2 * sin3 *….*sin2009 We need to verify if the product is zero. Some of the terms are: sin180 =0 sin360= 0 Then the porduct is: P= sin1*sin2*…*sin180*…*sin360*…sin2009 =…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Calculate the value of the inverse function in the point 2011, if f(x) = 2x-1?**

f(x)= 2x -1 First let us determine the inverse f(x)^-1 y= 2x -1 y+1 = 2x ==> x= (y+1)/2 Then the inverse is: f(x)^-1 = (x+1)/2 Now we need to calculate f(2011)^-1 f(2011)^-1 = (2011+1)/2 =…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Which is the value of the coefficient a if the lines are parallel? 3x+y-5=0 and ax-4y+7=0**

3x + y -5 =0 The slope (m1) = -3 ax -4y +7 =0 The slope (m2)= a/4 Since both line are parallel, then : m1 = m2 -3 = a/4 ==> a= -12 Then the equation is: -12x -4y + 7 =0

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Determine the equation of a line which passes through a point (2,-3) and is parallel to another…**

The equation of the line is: y-y1 = m(x-x1) Where (x1,y1) is any point passes through the line, and m is the slope. We have the point (2,-3) passes through the line. Then: y-(-3) = m(x-2) y+3 =…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Find the real solution for the equation log 9 [2^(x-1) – 1]=0.**

log 9 [2^(x-1)-1] = 0 We know that log 9 (1) =0 ==> log 9 [2^(x-1)-1] = log 9 (1) ==> 2^(x-1) -1 = 1 ==> 2^(x-1) = 2 ==> 2^(x-1) = 2^1 ==> x-1 = 1 ==> x= 2

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Calculate the ratio of the arithmetical progression, if a11-a3=24 ?**

To calculate the ratio of the arithmetical progression, we’ll write the terms given in the relation from enunciation, with respect to the first term and the ratio, using the formula of the general…

**THE NATION OF ISLAM IN LITERATURE**

**How does the Nation of Islam act as a foil to Christianity? Is this foil necessary? Why?How does…**

I think that the question is an interesting one and can be seen in very clear terms in the Civil Rights struggle in America of the 1950s and 1960s. Leaders like Dr. King and Malcolm X were…

3 educator answers

**MATH**

**Which is the length of the median from the vertex A(1,3) of triangle ABC? B(-3,1), C(3,-3)**

To calculate the length of a segment, we have to know the coordinates of the endpoints of the segment. In this case, we know the coordinates of the A endpoint, which is a vertex of the triangle…

**MATH**

**If a1 and a2 are the terms of an arithmetical progression, where a1=-2 and a2=1, which is the sum…**

a1 =-2 , a2 = 1. a1,a2,a3,…are in arithmetic progression. The common increment = a2 – a1 = 1- -2= 3 So a1 = -2 , a2 = -2+3 = 1, a3 = a2+3 =1+3 =4, a4 = a3+3 = 4+3 =7, a4 = a3+3 = 7+3 =10….