What does this mean? "And, again, he saw himself in a green parl talking to an old man, a very…

# What does this mean? "And, again, he saw himself in a green parl talking to an old man, a very…

• FAHRENHEIT 451

What does this mean? “And, again, he saw himself in a green parl talking to an old man, a very…

This line comes from the part after the old lady burned herself up, where Montag is starting to feel that something is wrong with his society. He is looking at the lists of banned books and starts…

• MATH

Determine m and n for f:[-2,4]->R. f(x)=3x-2 and g:[m,n]->R, g(x)= 4x-2 have the same image.

f:{-2,4} –> R . f(x) = 3x-2. g: [m, n] –> R . g(x) = 4x-2. To detrmine m and n : Since the images are same : f(-2) = 3(-2) -2 = -8 = g(m) = 4m-2 ….(1) f(4) = 3*4-2 = 10 = g(n) =…

• SHOELESS JOE

What are important quotes in Shoeless Joe that can be related to everyday life besides “If you…

I would assert a couple of ideas in answering this question. When we are looking at quotes from Kinsella’s work that have relevance to daily life, I think that the one cited does not work. I…

• THINGS FALL APART

Is Okonkwo to blame for his own downfall?

A case can be argued for a “yes” or a “no” answer for this question, I believe. The choices Okonkwo makes are largely responsible for his downfall. He is determined not to be like his father, who…

• MATH

Solve for x : 15^(2x-3) = 3^x*5^(3x-6)

15^(2x-3) = 3^x * 5^(3x-6) Rewriting the equation , we get: (15^2x /15^3 = 3^x*5^3x /5^6 15^2x/ (3^x*5^3x) = 15^3/5^6 (3^2x * 5^2x )/(3^x*5^3x) = 3^3*5^3/5^6 3^x/5^x = 3^3/5^3 (3/5)^x = (3/5)^3….

• LOVE MEDICINE

In Chapter 2 of Love Medicine, what is the relationship between Marie and Sister Leopolda?

In Louise Erdrich’s novel, Love Medicine, Sister Leopolda and Marie have an unhealthy relationship: Sister Leopolda sees Marie as a soul the Devil craves, and she is physically and emotionally…

• MATH

2^2*sqrt(x-5) – 4*2^sqrt(x-5) + 3 = 0. x=?

2*2sqrt(x-5) -4*2^(x-5) +3 = 0 We Put 2^sqrt(x-5) = y. Also 2^2sqrt(x-5) = {2^sqrt(x-5)}^2 = y^2. So we can rewrite the equation as: y^2 -4y +3 = 0 (y-3)(y-1) = 0 y-3 = 0 Or y -1 = 1. y =3 Or y =…

• ARTS

How are fashion and architecture related? – potential role of architecture as an element having…

In his great classic, Notre-Dame de Paris [ later called The Hunchback of Notre-Dame], Victor Hugo writes, Indeed, from the beginning of things…architecture was the great book of humanity, the…

• MATH

lg(x+1)-2lg(x-1)=1. Calculate x=?

lg(x+1) – 2lg(x-1) = 1. To calculate x. Solution: we lnow that 1 = log10. So the given equation could be written as: lg(x+1) -2lg(x-1) = lg 10. lg(x+1) = lg 10 +2lg(x-1) lg(x+1) = lg 10 +lg(x-1)^2…

• AN ANTHEM

Can you help me annotate the poem “An Anthem” by Sonia Sanchez?”an anthem” is the whole title of…

Annotation is very personal in that it is the reader’s transaction with the text. Each reader will come to a text with his/her own life experiences and background knowledge, for that reason, each…

• SCIENCE

How do we balance redox reactions by ion electron method?

To balance redox reactions you have to look at each of the elements in the reaction and see which ones have changed their oxidation number. To do this, assign an oxidation number to each element…

• ESSAY LAB

What specific aspects are crucial to a reflection statement? What is the purpose of a reflection…

A reflection statement is a “looking back” experience. If it is in regard to a piece of literature, then your personal reaction to the story is being sought. Your statement will show self-awareness…

• MATH

1+lgx=lg(1+x) x=?

First, we’ll impose the constraints of existence of logarithms: x+1>0 x>-1 x>0 The interval of admissible values for x is (0,+inf). Now, we’ll solve the equation: 1+lgx=lg(1+x) We’ll…

• MATH

Verify if the equation 5^2x + 35^x – 2*49^x = 0 has solutions.

5^2x+35^x-2*49^x = 0 To find x. 5^2x = (5^x)^2 35^x = 5^x * 7^x , 49^x = (7^x)^2. So the given equation could be wwritten as: u^2 -uv – 2v^2 = 0 where u = 5^x and v= 7^x (u-2v)(u+v) = 0 U = 2v or…

• MATH

Solve the equation log 2 (log 3 (x+1)) = 2 2,3 bases of log

The equationlog2(log3(x+1))=2log2(log3(x+1))=2 has to be solved. If logbx=ylogbx=y , x=byx=by . Using this property first gives: log3(x+1)=22=4log3(x+1)=22=4 Again using the same property x+1=34x+1=34 x + 1 =…

• LYSISTRATA

what role does the chorus play in lysistrata?

The chorus bring about the plot development, enhances us to know certain characters and finally brings the play to anend.

• MATH

36^x – 42*6^x + 216 = 0 Determine the solution of the equation.

36^x – 42*6^x+216 = 0. To solve for x. 36^x = (6^2)^x = (6^x) 2. So the given equation could be written as: y^2 – 42y+216 = 0 , where y = 6^x. y^2-6y – 36y+216 = 0 y(y-6) – 36(y – 6) = 0…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

what American government and politics mean to you.what American government and politics mean to you.

You would surely get better answers if you asked more specific questions… as it is, I am not sure what you are asking. Are you asking how we feel about US government and politics? If so, my…

• MATH

5^2*sqrt(x+1) – 6*5^sqrt(x+1) + 5 = 0

5^2*sqrt(x+1) – 6*5^sqrt(x+1) + 5 = 0 To solve for x. 5^2sqrt(x+1) = [5^sqrt(x+1)]^2 Put 5^sqrt(x+1) = y in the given equation and rewrite the equation: y^2 -6y +5 = 0 (y-5)(y-1) = 0 So y-5 = 0 Or…

• ESSAY LAB

Argumentative essayArgumentative essay,argumentative essay examples,how to write an argumentative…

First of all, doing research on the topic for the argumentative essay is essential. Gathering as much data on both sides of the issue provides you with support and with the information that you…

• MATH

Solve for x: (2+sqrt3)^x – (2-sqrt3)^x = 2sqrt3

(2+sqrt3)^x – (2-sqrt3)^x = 2sqrt3. We know that 2-sqrt3 = (2-sqrt3)((2+sqrt3)/(2+sqrt3) = (4-3)/(2+sqrt3) = 1/(2+sqrt3) y^x+1/y^x = 2sqrt3 y^2x +1 = (2sqrt3)y^x (y^x)^2 – 2sqrt3y^x +1 = 0. This…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

what you hope or think the obama administration will accomplish in the futurewhat you hope or…

For me, I hope that the Obama administration will do the following things in however much time it has left: Figure out some way to either move towards victory in Afghanistan or get us out of…

• MATH

Solve lg(x-3) + lg(x+3)=0

log(x-3)+log(x+3) = 0. To solve for x. We know by property of logarithms that: loga +log b = logab and 0 = log 1. Substituting in the given equation, we get: log(x-3)(x+3) = log 1. Take…

• MATH

Determine the equation of the line that passes through the point ( -1 , 1 ) , ( – 2 , 4 ) and the…

The equation of the line passing through (x1,y1) and (x2,y2) is given by: (y-y1 ={ (y2-y1)/(x2-x1)} {x-x1}..(1) (x1,y1) = (-1,1) and (x2,y2) = (-2,4). Substituting in (1) we get: y-1 = (4-1)/(-2 -…

• OTHELLO

In the final scenes of Othello, what cinematic techniques effectively show how Othello is…

If you’re referencing a film version, I’m not sure which production you’re studying. However, there’s certainly plenty of textual evidence that shows Othello to be a victim at the end of the…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

what you think obama’s new administration has accomplished so far or has not asscomplished?What…

This is purely opinion, of course. To me, the Obama Administration (with help from the Bush Administration) has prevented the recession from becoming really bad. I think the bailout and stimulus…

• MATH

Solve the system -6/(x-1) – 3/(3y+5) = -3 5/(x-1)+3/(3y+5) = 2

Put 1/(x-1) = a and 1/(3y+5) = b inthe system and we rewrite the equations: -6a -3b = -3 …..(1) 5a+3b = 2 ………(2) Adding the (1) and (2): -6a+5a = -3+2 -a=-1 Or a = 1 ; 1/(x-1) = 1. or x-1…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is positive and negative about US political decisions?What is positive and negative about US…

If I understand your question correctly, you’re wondering about the positive and negative aspects of laws which have been passed (“political decisions”). Obviously, that depends upon the law, as…

• MATH

Given that f(x)= – 3x + 5 solve f(1) + |f(x)+x| = < f(0).

f(x) = -3x+5. To solve for f(1) +|f(x)+x) | < f(0) Solution: f(1) = -3+5 = 2 f(0) = -3*0+5 = 5. f(x)+x = -3x+5+x =5-2x So the given inequality becomes: 2 + | -3x+5 +x | =< 5 |5-2x| < 5-2…

• MATH

Which is the reminder of the division f/g if f=x^5+3x^3-2x^2+x+1 and g=x^3-x ?

First , we’ll write the rule of division with reminder: f(x)=g(x)*C(x)+R(x), where the degree of the polynomial R(x) < the degree of the polynomial g(x). Because the degree of g(x) is 3, the…

• MATH

Given that 3x+3y-1=0 and x-4y+4=0 calculate y intercepts and the slopes of the lines .

To calculate the intercets of the lines: 3x+3y-1 = 0 and x-4y+4 = 0. Solution: We rewrite the equations of the lines as: 3x+3y = 1……..(1) x-4y = -4 ………(2). eq (1) – 3eq(2) eliminates x:…

• HISTORY

What were the global effects of the Titanic sinking in 1912?

In my mind, one of the world wide implications of the sinking of The Titanic reflected the validation modernist frame of reference. At the time, such a connection was not made, but there is much…

• THE MONKEY’S PAW

What are the contrasting elements in “The Monkey’s Paw” with that of Indian people?

In “The Monkey’s Paw,” Sergeant-Major Morris reveals that he got the dried appendage from “an old fakir…a very holy man. He wanted to show that fate ruled people’s lives, and that those who…

• FAHRENHEIT 451

In Fahrenheit 451 discuss the role that allusions play in the story.In Fahrenheit 451 discuss the…

Your question picks up on what is an interesting aspect of this novel – the sheer number of allusions that there are to other texts. Obviously, quotes play a major part of this novel, a world where…

• HISTORY

In what ways did the French&Indian War alter (change) the political, ecenomic and IDEOLOGICAL…

This is way long of a question… But the idea is that the colonists were happy to be British up until the war. After that, they started to become angry at the British. The war led to the…

• SCIENCE

How are memories formed in the brain?

The brain is made up of two main kinds of cells, neurons and glia. Neurons form the biological basis of mental processes such as memory, while glia have mainly a supporting role (delivering…

• HISTORY

Compare and Contrast the major groupings of British North American colonies in terms of thier…

The major idea is that the Chesapeake was populated by people who came as individuals (many as indentured servants) looking to make money. This led to plantation agriculture. In the Mid-Atlantic…

• MATH

Evaluate the limit of the function f(n)=(1^2+2^2+…+n^2)/(n^3+5n^2-n) n–>infinite

First, we’ll verify if it is a case of indeterminacy, so we’ll substitute infinite into the given expression: f(inf)=(1^2+2^2+…+inf^2)/(inf^3+5inf^2-inf) f(inf) = inf./inf. indeterminacy case We…

• SCIENCE

What is happening with your brain when you dream while you sleep?Why can we remember some dreams,…

Dream is story or a sequence of events that a person appears to watch and participates in during sleep. The dreams are imaginary, but they are related to to the dreamers life and past experiences….

• HISTORY

Comapre and contrast the major European groups that settled in North America between 1500 and…

The French and Spanish tended to integrate more with the Indians whereas the English tended to try to push the Indians away. This was because the French and Spanish needed the Indians economically….

• HISTORY

How was life in America transformed (changed) with the arrival of Europeans beginning in…

The main thing is that the natives stopped being independent and started to be controlled by the Spanish. The Spanish Crown gave haciendas and the right to have encomiendas to the conquistadors…

• MATH

Find the intercepting point of the lines -x+5y-6=0 and 2x+8y=1

To find the intercepting points of -x+5y-6 = 0 and 2x+8y =1 The given equations of the lines are rewritten as: -x+5y = 6 …..(1) 2x+8y = 1…..(2). We solve the equations as the solutions of the…

• PSYCHOLOGY

Define the psychological term “catharsis” and explain Joseph Breuer’s theory of how it impacts…

The psychological term catharsis is associated with psychodynamic theory and is described as the experience of intense emotional release. In psychoanalysis, therapists encourage patients to…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

In Chapter One, what do the very different responses to the buds (“like candles”) suggest about…

When they see the bushes with the buds, Simon is the one who notices the resemblance to candles. This suggests that he is more of an imaginative person whose life is in his own head. He is a…

• MATH

x=? – ln 2 – ln 2x + ln ( x – 2 ) = 0

We’ll set the constraints of existence of logarithms: x-2>0 x>2 2x>0 x>0 The common interval of admissible values for x is (2,+inf.). Now,we’ll could solve the equation in this way,…

• MATH

given that x is in (-1;1) prove that arcsinx=pi/2-arccosx

For the beginning, we’ll re-write the given expression, keeping the constant pi/2 to the right side and moving the term (- arccos x) to the left side. arcsinx=pi/2-arccosx arcsinx + arccosx = pi/2…

• MATH

if y=(x-a)(x-b) shows that at the particular point of the curve,where dy=0,x will have the value…

For the beginning, let’s differentiate the function. dy=(x-a)(x-b)dx Since the function is a product, we’ll apply the product rule when differentiating a product. (f*g)’ = f’*g + f*g’ We’ll…

• MATH

Prove that the function f(x)= 10x +10^x allows an inverse function.

To prove that the given function has an inverse function, we’ll have to verify first if the given function is invertible. For this reason, we’ll have to demonstrate that the function is a…

Why can’t I get a very good answer to my question on the errors in the bank conciliation…

You will also probably have better success if you limit the number of questions or issues to one or two. As a rule, editors at eNotes are not allowed to complete student assignments or essays for…