What if?Okay I have a question, more out of curiousity than anything else. I just finished…

What if?Okay I have a question, more out of curiousity than anything else. I just finished…

• HEART OF DARKNESS

Last words Okay, I’m having a little difficultly in understanding the language within this novel….

Interpreting the meaning of “The Horror” has been a question asked since the initial publication of the novella. Even Conrad himself was reluctant to define it too explicitly. In general terms, the…

Explain and critically examine the statement?Free trade promotes a mutually profitable regional…

The statement is a very hopeful view of free trade and capitalist enterprises. There is a fundamental implication of the “invisible hand” that will enable as many people as possible to benefit…

• HEART OF DARKNESS

What if?Okay I have a question, more out of curiousity than anything else. I just finished…

I’m not familiar enough with Richard Wheatley’s work to offer much insight into your question. There are, however, a number of excellent critical essays on Heart of Darkness from a number of…

• MATH

Card is drawn from deck, numbered 1 to 20, card isn’t replaced other is drawn find probability a…

Prime numbers from1 to 20: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19 Thenb we have (7) prime numbers In the secong draw, there are 19 numbers left. we have two options: 1. If the first drawn number is a prime:…

• MATH

What is the probability of winning a lottery game where the winning number is made up of seven…

The probability of winning the lottery = the probability of choosing all 7 digits correctly. That is: The probability of choosing the first digit = 1/10 The probability of choosing the 2nd digit =…

• THE CRUCIBLE

What are some ideas from the Crucible that I can use for the promptâ€ť Staying true to our core…

The fundamental challenge you might have in such a prompt is that those that stayed true to their beliefs actually suffered in quite a large quantity. It did deal with conflict in a way, but it…

• THE CRUCIBLE

“It is better to die for what you believe in rather than lie to save your life”.Write a…

I think that you have to make a conscious choice before starting this essay. The primary distinction that you have to make is between whether you are going to pursue this as a personal reflective…

• HISTORY

Can you compare and contrast the economic and military advantages of both the North and the South…

I would suggest that if there is a textbook or a set of instructor notes that guides your assessment on such a topic, you should refer to these before anything else. In terms of what you will find…

• DUNE

What is a good thesis regarding Stilgar from Dune?okay, so, this is what I have to do via…

I’m hoping other people who are experts on Dune will chime in, but here’s my take. Stilgar is the Fremen chieftain who Paul and Lady Jessica run into in the desert after their flight from Arakeen….

• PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

Besides marriage, to what extent do property and intrigue lie at the heart of Pride and Prejudice?

Property: Tangible or intangible, property is one of the driving forces in Elizabeth Bennet’s society. Elizabeth and her sisters need to marry in order to provide property (estates, financial…

• KATE CHOPIN

Please…help me…what is the theme of The Kiss by Kate Chopin?

Many of Kate Chopin’s short stories deal with the experiences of women in a culture dominated by men. So it is with this story. A young woman, Nattie, is intent on making a match for herself with a…

• HISTORY

Please describe the Battle of Gettysburg in the American Civil War?

My guess is that you will get different answers to this question. In addition to this, I would suggest that if this is for a class and there are notes given by an instructor or a textbook analysis…

• THE WARS

Robert Ross a hero or anti hero?Do you see Robert Ross as a hero or an anti hero in the novel The…

a hero

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

If we are using Friedl’s analysis, then we would probably have to examine how the public and private distinction play into gender perception. The cause of women’s rights only received a large…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Society and sex roles by: Ernestine FriedlWhy is equality between the sexes so rare?

For many of the societies that Friedl analyzes the inequality between men and women exist in the capacity to own power and objectifications of it. For example, in hunter- gatherer social orders,…

Discuss the nature & significance of morale? Describe the relationship between…

I think that you can find many studies that indicate how morale and productivity are strongly linked. On the most fundamental of levels, worker morale is extremely important to the productivity of…

• HISTORY

How did president Johnson win the support of the american people during his first year in…

In my opinon, the main way that Pres. Johnson won the support of the American people during his first year in office was to cast himself as the heir to the ideas of John F. Kennedy. The American…

• POETRY

What do you think of this poetry?This is some of my not so good work, but i would like some…

There are many real interesting images present in this poem. I think that there could be a central molding of force to make these images more relevant. Obviously, there is a personal exploration…

• OTHELLO

Is it ultimately love that brings Emilia and Desdemona to their deaths and if so, is this…

I do not think that Emilia and Desdemona meet their respective ends because of love nor that love was what ultimately brought about their deaths. Iago’s jealousy and anger was what ultimately…

• SCIENCE

Why are there two positions in anatomy the axial and appendicular.

The axial skeleton is the skull, spinal column and rib cage. The appendicular skeleton consists of the bones of the arms and legs, as well as the pelvis and shoulder bones (limb girdles). The…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What are some quotes from Atticus in To Kill A Mockingbird that show his principles and…

Nearly everything Atticus says reflects his values and principles. I’ll give you three of the most significant and common ones, and there will be plenty for others to add, I’m sure. “You never…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid?

These are two programs that are similar in some ways but are really aimed at quite different populations. Both are programs of medical care provided (or at least paid for) by the government….

• SCIENCE

What in the body makes you snore and why?

When you sleep, and the flow of air in through your nose and mouth is blocked in some way, snoring occurs as the throat walls vibrate with the forced passage of breath between them. There are a…

• HAMLET

Which lines can be used to show Hamlet’s character in this soliloquy, “How all occasions do…

Concerning Hamlet’s “How all occasions do inform against me” soliloquy in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, the value Hamlet puts on reason is revealed first in the passage: …What is a man, If his chief…

• THE SUMMER OF THE BEAUTIFUL WHITE HORSE

What do you mean by garoghlanian tribe?

It sounds to me as if this is a question that could be best answered by an instructor. I say this because the instructor would be able to fully expand as to for what elements they seek to see in…

• GREAT EXPECTATIONS

Was it possible in Victorian times to become a lady or a gentleman without having a good social…

With Industrialization in England, the demographics of the city of London changed with a rising middle class. The new money of these people caused new needs and banking houses grew throughout the…

• ESSAY LAB

I have to do a biography of Richard Connell andI don’t know what format to use, or how to start…

Like any essay, after you’ve gathered your research materials or ideas, two things are most important: organization and style. I’m confident you can write this biography with both. Organization is…

• GREASY LAKE

What is the significance of the frogs and crickets in “Greasy Lake”?The narrator refers to them…

Interesting question. The frogs and crickets serve several purposes in the story. For one, the represent–much like the putrid waters of the lake itself–the kind of “filthy,” evil things most of…

• MATH

If c is the measure of the hypotenuse, find the missing measure,round to the nearest tenth if…

To do this, you need to use the Pythagorean theorem. If you remember, this theorem can be stated as A squared + B squared = C squared where C is the hypotenuse and A and B are the legs of the…

Comment on the view that TNC (transnational companies) are footloose within the global…

I would tend to agree with the idea that TNCs are “footloose” but I would argue that they are not as free to move as some people might think. To show what I mean, I will talk about a couple of…

• LITERATURE

What distinguishes a novel from a poem?What distinguishes a novel from a poem?

Of course the obvious difference is length–although Homer’s The Iliad and Dante’s Inferno and Cervantes’ Don Quixote are all long works in verse form. Let’s assume we’re not talking about these…

• THE CRUCIBLE

What are ideas for an expository essay over The Crucible? “Conflict brings out the best as well…

In responding to this prompt, consider the characters in the play through whom internal and external conflicts are developed, and examine their behavior in resolving their conflicts. Some of the…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

“Society and sex roles” Ernestine FriedlWhy is it possible in some societies like the Washo or…

Friedl argues that the reason lies in the division of public and private realms. In social orders where males were seen as public figures, or individuals who had an identity outside of the home,…

• ESSAY LAB

I need help/ideas for a compare/contrast essay on the novel The Life of Pi and the poem The…

In Life of Pi, Pi is stranded on a boat with a tiger who continually tests Pi’s resilience. Begin to deconstruct the tiger’s character: what are some of his traits? motivation? characteristics?…

• SCIENCE

What is the largest system in the body?

I’m going to guess that the reason no one has attempted to answer this a question is because it is a bit vague. I’m going to give you a couple of ideas and hopefully you can choose what you are…

• MATH

log 2 (2x-3) = 3

log2 (2x-3) = 3 2x-3 = 2^3 2x = 2^3 + 3 = 11 x = 11/2

• MATH

4ln (3x) = 8

4 ln (3xZ) = 8 Divide by 4: ==> ln (3x) = 8/4 = 2 ==> ln 3x = 2 ==> 3x = e^2 Now divide by 3: ==> x= (e^2)/3

• MATH

ln (2x-3) + ln (x-2) = 2lnx

ln (2x-3) + ln (x-2) = 2ln x ==> ln (2x-3)(x-2) = ln x^2 ==> ln (2x^2 -7x +6) = ln x^2 ==> 2x^2 -7x +6 = x^2 ==> x^2 -7x + 6 = 0 ==> (x-6)(x-1) = 0 ==> x1= 6 ==> x2= 1…

• MATH

log 2 (8x) – log 2 (x^2 -1) = log 2 (3)

log 2 (8x) -log 2 (x^2 -1) = log 2 (3) ==> log 2 (8x/(x^2 -1) = log 2 (3) ==> 8x/ (x^2 -1) = 3 ==> 8x = 3x^2 -3 ==> 3x^2 -8x -3 = 0 ==> (3x+1) (x-3) =0 ==> x= 3

• HEART OF DARKNESS

Clarification regarding the stroy line of Heart of Darkness.Is it correct or incorrect to say…

• MATH

7 + 2lnx = 6

7 + 2 ln(x) = 6 2 ln(x) = 6 – 7 = -1 ln(x) = -1/2 e^(ln x) = e^-1/2 x = 1/sqrt(e)

• SCIENCE

What are the superior exterior retinaculum and inferior extensor retinaculum?Need answer right…

Retinaculum refers to a structure that holds an organ or tissue in place. The superior extensor retinaculum and inferior extensor retinaculum are bands of fascia that cross in front of the ankle….

• MACBETH

In Macbeth, how does killing Banquo connect to the killing of Macduff’s family?

Concerning Shakepeare’s Macbeth, the ordering of killings demonstrates the extent to which Macbeth will go in order to maintain and enhance his power–sort of. Ordering Banquo’s murder makes…

• HISTORY

In reference to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963: Why was this an actual…

Personally, I think it was just another event in history and I think that this point of view will come to dominate as we get farther in time from the event. I think that recent historians have…

• BEOWULF

What are some external and internal conflicts that Beowulf faces?

Concerning conflicts in Beowulf, external conflicts abound. Beowulf fights Grendel, Grendel’s mother, and a dragon. He also faces skeptics, such as some of Hrothgar’s men, when he arrives in…

• TRIFLES

Discuss the play Trifles by Susan Glaspell.

Susan Glaspell wrote the one act play, Trifles, after working as a reporter. The play is based on an actual account of a murder. Working as a reporter on a newspaper, Glaspell covered a similar…

What three institutions influence economics the most?

I think that you could get a better answer to this question if you could be more clear about what you are asking. When you mention “institutions” what are some examples of what you want discussed?…

• THE JILTING OF GRANNY WEATHERALL

How does Mrs Weatherall character evolve over the course of the story

Considering that the story is narrated as a stream of consciousness, one might want to start stating that she is narrating from one same setting, but jumping from memory to memory. It would not be…

• LAW AND POLITICS

Explain the meaning, relevance and features of the Competition Act, 2002

The Competition Act 1998 plays a major role with the Enterprise Act 2002 in framing the competition policy in the UK. The two try to harmonize the completion policy of the UK with that of the…

• JULIUS CAESAR

In Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, why does Brutus not want Caesar to be king?

Brutus did not want anyone to be king (or dictator). Rome was a republic. That meant it was government by the people, for the people and of the people. Caesar had become very powerful and beloved…