What emotions do you think Hamlet experiences over the course of this speech?it’s the act 4 scene…

# What emotions do you think Hamlet experiences over the course of this speech?it’s the act 4 scene…

• HAMLET

What emotions do you think Hamlet experiences over the course of this speech?it’s the act 4 scene…

Most readings of Hamlet in this situation suggest that this is the point where Hamlet goes from being an incredibly conflicted man who cannot take action on any level to being a man who is capable…

• MATH

What is the difference in the monthly payments between the one year term and the seven year term…

We can calculate the monthly payment for a mortgage using the formula: M = P [ i*(1 + i)^n] / [ ((1 + i)^n)-1] where M is the monthly payment, i is the annual rate of interest divided by 12, n…

• SPEAK

can u help me to do 5-7 sentence summary teleplay about the novel speak by laurie halse…

Sorry, I hit the wrong button. If your assignment is the latter then ask yourself what you felt was “missing” from the novel. Is there a scene you wish the author had written? Perhaps one that…

• PHYSICS

Why does a rock projected with a slingshot go faster if the rubber is stretched an extra distance?

The rubber band in a slingshot is an elastic band which when pulled to extend it beyond its equilibrium length returns to the original length when released. The behavior of the rubber band can be…

• MATH

State the domain and range and explain the importance of the horizontal asymptote in the…

The function for the profit is given as: P(x)=(5x-400)/(x+600) Note: Here, the domain is x > 0. I have taken this as the domain under the assumption that you cannot sell less than 0 kilograms of…

• HAROLD PINTER

Please give an example of dialogue peculiarity of Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party?

Harold Pinter uses silence, stream of consciousness, empty repetition and confusion in his dialogues. He does this to mirror the unreliability of language and truth. This goes for truth in general….

• SCIENCE

In relation to biology, in the study of evolution, what would one say it is to be alive?

In the environment there are biotic and abiotic factors that are both important. Abiotic factors include things like temperature, water, climate, oxygen, amount of sunlight, etc. These are…

• PHYSICS

If you do 110 J of work to elevate a bucket of water, what is its gravitational potential energy…

When a body is raised by a height h, it requires work to be done. This is equal to m*g*h, where m is the mass of the body, g is the acceleration due to the gravitational force of attraction and h…

• A MODEST PROPOSAL

Who is the “expert” to whom Swift refers in “A Modest Proposal”?

Throughout this excellent satirical essay, Jonathan Swift appeals to the expert advice of a number of individuals to support his argument and give what he is saying an illusion of credibility. It…

• A MODEST PROPOSAL

In “A Modest Proposal,” in paragraphs one through five, Swift uses the term, “mother.” In…

You are right in identifying that in paragraph six Swift cleverly uses a different word to describe the “mothers” that have gone before in previous paragraphs. Clearly the diction that Swift…

• OF MICE AND MEN

Could you please analyse this relating to Of Mice and Men: Lennie – with his death the dream dies.

Bereft of the love of family and friends, a place in the world, and personal dignity, the itinerant worker of the 1930s Great Depression possessed little hope of any future. Steinbeck’s setting of…

• THE HUNGER GAMES

summarize chapter 8 of the hunger games

Katniss Everdeen, our protagonist, heroine, and narrator, has just returned from her interview with the Gamemakers (chapter 7) in which she shot an arrow directly through the apple in the pig’s…

• CANDIDE

How does Candide tie into the culture, economics, and politics of pre-revolutionary France?

When Candide was published in 1759, thirty years before the beginning of the French Revolution, it did not create a stir: It created a political firestorm–and literal fire. Voltaire was living in…

• GULLIVER’S TRAVELS

What do the emperors of Blefuscu accuse the Lillputians of doing with religion? no

The battle between the Blefuscu and the Lilliputians began several years before Gulliver met them. The problem was that the emperor of Blefuscu (who is ancestor of the current one), cut his finger…

• MATH

if f(x)=(3x^0)-x^(1/2) find f(9)

The function f(x) = (3x^0) – x^(1/2) Now any number to the power 0 is 1 So f(x) = 3 – x^(1/2) f(9) = 3 – 9^(1/2) => 3 – 3 => 0 Therefore f(9) = 0

• LITERATURE

language as a living and growing organism Discuss language as a living and growing organism and…

Languages and their grammar do change over time. Generally, common usages change in ways that offend those who believe in prescriptive grammar. However, grammar rules often change to reflect the…

• WATER FOR ELEPHANTS

In Water for Elephants, is Leo a person or a tiger?The context is: Jacob finds Leo under a…

When the animals are let loose and a stampede breaks out in the menagerie of the Benzini Brothers circus, workers, performers, and animals run in all directions. Jacob sees Leo and one of the…

• S. ELIOT

elements of symbolism Trace the element of symbolism in T.S Eliot’s poetry? plz answer in…

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• MATH

The picture below represents the graph of the function y=4xy=4x . b) You need to reflect the graph over the x axis such that: Notice that the red curve is the graph of original function

• THE GREAT GATSBY

What would a map of the setting of The Great Gatsby look like?I can’t visualize where the main…

I’ve enclosed a link to a map of Long Island and Manhattan. The map is at the bottom of the page. Long Island Sound is at the top of the map and is noted. The Eggs are a little bit difficult…

• MATH

3^(x^2+4x)=(1/9)^2

We have to solve 3^(x^2+4x)=(1/9)^2 for x. 3^(x^2+4x)=(1/9)^2 => 3^(x^2+4x)=(1/3^2)^2 => 3^(x^2+4x)=(3^-2)^2 => 3^(x^2+4x)= 3^-4 As the base 3 is the same, we can equate the exponent….

• MATH

Ken and Bob took out \$125000 mortgage at 8.75% three years ago. The amortization period was 25…

The monthly payment for a mortgage can be calculated using the formula: M = P [ i*(1 + i)^n] / [ ((1 + i)^n)-1], where M is the monthly payment, i is the annual rate of interest divided by 12, n…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

How would Kohlberg’s six stages of moral reasoning apply when deciding whether or not to turn a…

A person’s decision on whether to turn in the family member or not would depend on where the person was in Kohlberg’s six stages. If the person making the decision is an adult, we will assume that…

• DULCE ET DECORUM EST

How are the horrors of war expressed in “Dulce et Decorum Est”?

I assume that you are referring to “Dulce et Decorum Est” by Wilfred Owen, his most famous poem, and I have edited the question accordingly. Please remember in future to provide the title of the…

• A ROSE FOR EMILY

In the story, “A Rose For Emily,” what about her personality help her to endure during the years…

In the story A Rose for Emily, several personality traits may have allowed her to continue to live a life as if nothing had happened out of the ordinary in terms of the death of her longtime…

• LAW AND POLITICS

What’s your personal opinion of the Lionel Brogden vs. State case?What’s your personal opinion of…

Without being privy to all of the information and evidence presented in the case, it’s hard to assess the court’s ruling without being completely subjective. It basically comes down to whether or…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Identify the main social impacts of tourism.

Tourism can have a significant impact on the society of a country or an area that makes tourism its main industry. This is especially true if the basis of tourism is showing tourists something…

• TEACHERS

What is learning?What is learning?

I moved this to the “Teachers” category because it is one of those questions that educators upon which reflection is needed on an almost constant basis. To define it might move this question into…

• MATH

Describe all the transformations needed to change y=2^x into y=-3log⑶125X^3.

Starting with y = 2^x, it is not possible to get the result y = -3*log(3) (125*x^3) We can achieve the same by the following: y = -3*log(3) (125*x^3) Use log b^a = a*log b => y = -3*log (3)…

Describe the main factors affecting tourism demand.

Economists argue that there are a variety of factors (other than the price of tourism) that could affect the demand for tourism. These factors include: The income of the consumers. When the…

• SCIENCE

Why can you “see your breath” on a cold day?

When we breathe out, carbon dioxide rich air from our lungs is let out. The process of respiration uses oxygen from the air we breathe in and adds carbon dioxide to the air we breathe out. This…

• THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH

What are the three most important symbols Poe uses in “The Masque of the Red Death”?

Poe’s “The Masque of the Red Death” is a macabre story that employs symbolism in a dark and sinister manner. The seven rooms Certainly, the seven rooms, each of a different color and style, are…

• SONGS OF INNOCENCE AND OF EXPERIENCE

In Songs of Innocence and Experience, do you think that anger is the predominant note in The…

This is a very interesting question that is rather difficult to answer. To summarise my feelings, whilst I think we can identify anger in a large number of the Songs of Experience, I don’t think we…

• THE TRIUMPH OF LIFE

PLEASE EXPLAIN LINES 157 TO 175 OF THE TRIUMPH OF LIFE BY P.B. SHELLEY.PLEASE GIVE SIMILES USED…

This is the section of the poem to which you are referring: ..the fiery band which heldTheir natures, snaps–while the shock still may tingleOne falls and then another in the pathSenseless–nor is…

• THE TAMING OF THE SHREW

In The Taming of the Shrew, explain Petruchio’s unconventional and almost ridiculous behaviour in…

We need to hold in mind Petruchio’s overall purpose and what he is trying to achieve to fully appreciate what he does in this hilarious act. He is engaged in trying to “tame” the “shrew” that he is…

• THE SNIPER

How does the resolution of the conflict of “The Sniper” help reveal the theme?

Excellent question. Clearly any discussion of the “main theme” of a work of literature is going to be debatable precisely because any work of literature can have a multiplicity of meanings and…

• SCIENCE

A ray of light entering through the pole of a concave lense emerges without deviation; why?

This is because the ray is entering and leaving the lens at an angle of incidence of 0 degrees (or at a normal) to the glass/air interface at those points. For any value of refractive index the…

• RELIGION

How did you help to spread the faith? How did you help to spread the faith?

Surely this has to be something that you would answer on your own. Those of us who answer questions on here are in such different circumstances than you (we’re old, have children, etc) that our…

• THE CARETAKER

What does the Buddha statue stand for for each character? Why does Mick crash it?

The Buddha statue stands for the calm and sensible qualities of Aston. When Aston places it on the disconnected stove it shows how in Aston’s mind the material and spiritual are mixed and…

• MACBETH

Please analyze the following quote by Macbeth:If it were done when ’tis done, then ’twere…

Macbeth begins to have doubts about the plan to assassinate Duncan. This is one of the first moments when we see Macbeth’s inner conflict. He is compelled by ambition and Lady Macbeth’s…

• JULIUS CAESAR

What is the dramatic significance of the opening scene of Julius Caesar?

I would say that its dramatic significance or purpose is three-fold: To set the play in time and place and introduce the character of Caesar through the opinions that common citizens have of him…

• MACBETH

Please explain the following quote from Macbeth. Who says it? And to whom?Sleep shall neither…

This is spoken by the First Witch to the other two Witches in Act I, scene iii. First, it should be noted that, in stage time, we see and learn much more about the Witches in Act I than in all the…

• THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

In Connell’s “The Most Dangerous Game”: “the world is made up of two classes -the hunter and the…

No matter where we turn, we are either being taken advantage of, or we may in fact be the one taking advantage of others. You see it in the high school setting as one student can manipulate a whole…

• EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY

What is the importance of the operant conditioning in humans?

Operant conditioning is a process of behavioral training proposed by B.F. Skinner in which a combination of actions followed by immediate reinforcement is used to propel a behavior. Slowly the…

• THINGS FALL APART

In what ways does Achebe question received notions of history in Things Fall Apart?

This is an excellent question to consider. To me, I think Achebe chooses to challenge received notions of history by giving us a fully developed picture of tribal life before the incursion of white…

• NARRATIVE OF THE LIFE OF FREDERICK DOUGLASS, AN AMERICAN SLAVE

What results from Frederick Douglass’ escape from bondage?

One of the most powerful elements to emerge from Douglass’ escape is the idea of creating social solidarity. Douglass never loses sight of connecting his struggle to a larger one. For example,…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are the different schedules for reinforcement in operant conditioning?

If you are talking simply about the timing of reinforcement, there are two different types of schedule. One is called a fixed interval schedule and the other is called a variable interval…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Compare and contrast the four reasons why forgetting occurs.

There is sometimes difficulty in determining what is actually an occurrence of forgetting and what is simply an inability to retrieve information. However, there are several theories with regard to…

• SCIENCE

Explain why psychologists are concerned with human biology. Explain why psychologists are…

Psychologists are very concerned with human biology for numerous reasons. First of all, psychology is very scientific and deals specifically with the mind. Generally speaking, psychologists attempt…