What is a and b if ax+by=0 passes through the points (9,8) and (8,9)

What is a and b if ax+by=0 passes through the points (9,8) and (8,9)

  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Based on Chapter 7 of the UN Charter, how did the United Nations have right to war with North…

According to Chapter 7 of the United Nations Charter, the Security Council has the right to determine when a nation has committed an act of aggression or an act that tends to breach the peace of…

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  • MATH

What is a and b if ax+by=0 passes through the points (9,8) and (8,9)

The rule of the line that is passing through 2 given points is that the coordinates of the points are verifying the equation of the line. Let’s see how: If the point (9,8) is on the line ax+by=0,…

  • SCIENCE

Why do we burp?

One of the things we ingest when we eat food or drink liquid is gas. Drinking a carbonated beverage, for example, such as soda or beer, ingests gas into the stomach. Given that the density of…

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  • SCIENCE

How does the filter in a cigarette work?

The filter of a cigarette is made of a fibrous or spongy material, fitted as a plug on one end of the cigarette. The smoker draws the cigarettes smoke by puffing from this end. As a result the…

  • BUSINESS

When a company is acquired, what does open offer mean?

A joint stock company is acquired by acquiring the majority shares or stocks of the company. This can be done by purchasing the shares using normal stock exchange facilities, or private…

  • BUSINESS

Why is inflation considered good?

Inflation is not considered to be good in general. It is considered good for at least one part of the population, however. Inflation is good for people who are in debt. If you are in debt, the…

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  • MATH

What is the equation of the perpendicular bisector drawn between the points joining (4,2) and (4,…

Two lines are perpendicular if the product of their slopes is -1. We’ll write the equation of the line that passs through the points (4,2) and (4,6). Let’s note the points above as A and B. We’ll…

  • HISTORY

Names of a local and foreign archaeologist.plz leave a website too so i can get a picture of them

The first two that come to mind are Dr. Bob Brier (U.S.) and Dr. Zawi Hawass (Egypt) Both men are experts in the archaeology of ancient Egypt. However there are experts in this field covering every…

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  • THE NECKLACE

Who was the usher?

In the first part of the short story “The Necklace” it describes the issues off Madame Loiselle, namely, the things that made her unhappy. In her case, it is described that one of the things that…

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  • HISTORY

Can you please discuss some of the philosophies that appeared as a result of the success of big…

Massive monopolies and trusts that did so well in the late 1800s, such as Standard Oil and U.S. Steel, encouraged a number of philosophies and approaches to business that are somewhat uniquely…

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  • JULIUS CAESAR

How is the purpose of Anthony’s speech achieved with figurative language?Julius Caesar by William…

Marc Antony’s funeral oration after Caear’s assassination is given with two intents: It is meant to disprove what Brutus says about Caesar’s being ambitious It is meant to turn the people against…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the energy of a 531 nm photon emitted from a light source?Answer in units of J.what is…

The energy of a photon is given by the expression E = h*c / L where h is the Planck’s constant, c is the speed of light and L is the wavelength of the photon. Planck’s constant h is equal to 6.626…

  • 1984

Although she hates the Party, why can Julia be called “apolitical”?

In my opinion, Julia can be called apolitical because her hatred for the Party is not based on any ideology. Instead, she only hates the Party because of the impact that it has on her personal…

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  • 1984

Define “motif” and explain why one motif in the novel is the scarcity of consumer goods such as…

One question per day, please. I’ll answer the middle one. The motif (recurring mini-theme) of the scarcity of goods is based on the real wartime efforts of the British government (and U.S.,…

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  • 1984

Orwell creates an element of suspense when the smell of chocolate causes Winston to recall a…

The larger implication of the memory is that it is the one element of consciousness that lies outside of the reach of Big Brother. Winston’s memory of something that is “moving vaguely around the…

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  • THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

What is Holden’s final goodbye to Pency Prep?

Holden yells, “Sleep tight, ya morons!” as he leaves Pency Prep on his journey to New York City. The phrase is a sarcastic, passive-aggressive taunt. It’s a cowardly act, since no one is really…

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  • SCIENCE

Can two concave lenses be used to make a telescope?

A concave lens which can also be called a diverging lens is said to have a negative focal length. The rays that exit the lens are more divergent when they exit the lens than they were when they…

  • MATH

In how many different ways can 10 children sit in a circle?

In a circle the children are seated and the relative posiion is of the consideration.. So if we fix the position of one child , then counting the position sitting from the left of the child as…

  • MATH

How can I find the area of a triangle given the coordinates of its corners ad (x1,y1),(x2,y2) and…

Let the verices of the triangle be A(x1,y1), B(x2,y2) and C(x3,y3) . Then I imagine (I can not draw here) A , B ,C on a graph sheet. AB, BC and CA form the trapeziums with respect to X axis. Area…

  • SCIENCE

Is there any hereditary disease that affects only women?

There are no hereditary illnesses that affect only women. In humans, men have one X and one Y chromosome and women have two X chromosomes. The hereditary disorders which are X-linked dominant…

  • SCIENCE

Why is more energy released in a fusion reaction than in a fission reaction?

In both fission as well as fusion reactions the energy released is proportional to the decrease in the mass of the products of the reaction compared to the mass of the elements the reaction starts…

  • MACBETH

Macbeth: Characters’ Casting RoleWhat descriptions would be given to Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, and…

Interesting idea. Macbeth has two layers. One is the loyal and valiant soldier, loyal to friend and King. The other is ambitious and ruthless leader, prone to paranoia and willing to do anything…

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  • THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES

In The Secret Life of Bees, what is funny about Lily’s comment about “poor news reporting?What is…

Lily’s comment about “poor news reporting” shows in a humorous way that in her childlike view of the world, the things that are happening to her personally are the most important; she still has the…

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  • THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES

In The Secret Life of Bees, why does the mother wiping her daughter’s nose catch Lily’s…

When Lily sees the mother wiping her daughter’s nose, the act catches her attention because it is the embodiment of the love that she seeks for herself. As a motherless child, she sorely misses the…

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  • THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

In The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, how does the Wilks episode show Huck’s growth and…

This episode that occurs in Chapters 24-30 in the book is another indication of how Huck Finn develops as a character as he works against the dastardly scheme of the Duke and the King to…

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  • SCIENCE

Professional DevelopmentI have never once in my 29 years of teaching learned anything of value in…

I feel the term is way too loosely applied, and I feel your pain. The problem, I feel, is that PD is not usually conducted by your colleagues, teachers, it is conducted by administrators (who…

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  • MATH

Solve simultaneously: 3 to the power p = 9(27) to the power q and log 7 to the base 2 – , and…

To silve 3^p = 3(27)^q. Solution: 3^p = 3*(3^3)q, as 27 = 3^3. 3^p = 3*3^(3q) , as (a^m)^n = a ^(mn). 3^p = 3^(3q+1), as a^m*a^n = a^(m+n). Now , since bases on both sides are equal , the exponents…

  • GRAMMAR

Is this a run on sentence and if it is how can i break it apart. In my eyes the…

No, this is not a run-on sentence. It does, however, have many phrases which are confusing upon first glance. The subject is “first-past-the-post” (which I confess, I have no clue what that…

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  • REFERENCE

What is the benifit the teacher is trying to achieve by this:7th grade writing classroom. The…

You have asked a very topical question to do with feedback and marking and how we do it effectively as teachers. The situation you refer to is known as peer marking, and whilst it does have the…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is the main argument in this quote? I have no clue what it even means.”The senate is truly a…

The main point of this quote is that the Senate should be able to remain above the political excitement of the day. It should be able to sit back, not get swept up in the excitement, and be more…

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  • THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MALCOLM X

In The Autobiography of Malcolm X, does author Alex Haley explain or describe in the “Epilogue”…

Alex Haley met and worked with Malcolm X a couple of times before they sat down to start the interviews for the book. The interviews eventually covered Malcolm X’s life and his first religious…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the biome known as the tundra like?

The tundra is found in the Northern Hemisphere, in Northern Canada, Alaska and Russia, for example. This biome consists of dwarfed trees, mosses and lichens, which grow on rock. It is a place where…

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  • ESSAY LAB

Write a story on “A stitch in time saves nine.”Write a story on “A stitch in time saves nine.”

This proverb is a metaphor that draws from the image of sewing, or more likely, counted cross stitch. In fact, it was probably a very common saying to stitch into samplers. Essentially it means…

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  • E. HOUSMAN

What is the mood in the poem “When I was one-and-twenty” by A.E Housman?

I would use two words to describe the mood in this poem. I would say that it is wry and wistful. In the poem, the speaker is sort of sadly amused at himself. He looks back at his attitudes back…

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  • HISTORY

How would you analyze President Reagan’s Brandenburg Gate address?

Reagan’s famous speech in front of the Brandenburg Gate and the Berlin Wall in 1987 has been often quoted and the clip replayed over and over as a pivotal point in the Cold War, where the leader of…

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  • I STAND HERE IRONING

What are the symbols present in “I stand Here Ironing” ? How do these symbols help communicate…

One key principle in this monologue is the powerlessness the narrator feels over daughter. There is a pervasive feeling of disappointment in this relationship despite the narrator’s best efforts…

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  • HISTORY

Why were many native-born Americans alarmed at the large number of immigrants who came to the…

There have been at least two times that this has happened and I am not clear as to which one you are talking about. In the 1840s, the major problems that “native” Americans had with the immigrants…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

How does the theme gender roles in the society relate to the novel The Great Gatsby?Please use…

Traditional gender roles are easily defined in The Great Gatsby through the male and female characters. First of all, Daisy and Myrtle, the main wives of the piece, stay home and look pretty….

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  • GREASY LAKE

What is the setting in “Greasy Lake” and why is it so important?

The primary setting of “Greasy Lake” is Greasy Lake, a lake in the worst sort of ecological condition full of refuse and other filth. The first section of the story is set in the streets of a town…

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  • LITERATURE

In “The Wind Our Enemy” by Anne Marriott, what are the literary and poetic devices in this…

Simile But sky like a new tin pan hot from the oven The feel of hard leather a fortune more sweet than a girl’s silky lips The wheat in spring was like a giants bolt of silk Personification A…

  • LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord of the Flies, chapter three, what are four things Jack uses to hunt pigs that resemble…

The third chapter starts off with an excellent description of Jack and how he hunts. To me, you can see everything you need to in the second paragraph: Jack crouched with his face a few inches…

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  • ILIAD

Who is the epic hero in The Iliad? Hector or Achilles?

You are, I imagine, referring particularly to Book 22, which narrates the titanic final battle between Hector and Achilles and then Hector’s death. As to who is the more “heroic”, there are…

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  • SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT

What genre is Sir Gawain and the Green Knight?

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, part of classical and medieval literature, falls into the genre of Medieval Romance, particularly as an Arthurian legend. However, unlike other legends the tone…

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  • SINNERS IN THE HANDS OF AN ANGRY GOD

How has the conception of the divine in “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” by Jonathan…

The vision of the divine that is presented in Edwards’ speech is one that indicates God being displeased with humanity. In the sermon, it is the sinful actions of human beings that has created a…

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  • THE WASTE LAND

What is the objective correlative? Give examples of the objective correlative from T.S. Eliot’s…

Objective correlative is an external equivalent for an internal state of mind. Eliot criticized for example Hamlet because he said that Shakespeare made an “artistic failure”, due to Hamlet’s…

  • FRANKENSTEIN

What is the importance of Clerval in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein?Need quotes to support answer.

Dr. Henry Clerval is Victor’s best and most beloved friend. He serves as an anti-Victor in many ways: They are both doctors, but Henry remains ever the most humanist one, having a natural…

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  • THE WASTE LAND

What are the new poetic techniques used in The Waste Land?

  1. S. Eliot is one of the major contributor to Anglo-American Modernism, the turn-of-the-century eclectic movement that revolutionized literature and the arts. Eliot’s poetry strives to observe the…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord of the Flies, what are Jack’s attitudes toward grownups?Lord of the Flies by William Golding

In Lord of the Flies, Jack is the character who represents the darker elements of human nature. Despite that, when we first meet him he’s pretty civilized–especially compared to what he’s going…

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  • THE SNIPER

In “The Sniper”, how does the plot of the story build suspense?

Clearly suspense is a very important element in this short story. From the very first paragraph the suspense that keeps us reading builds until we reach the shocking ending of this tale. Note how…

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  • KATHERINE MANSFIELD

a dill picklei would like to know all the possible plots , subplots and themes in dis story.

One theme may be that social class is real. The plot involves a man and a women who used to be lovers who meet again. Then man expresses a feeling that social class does not mean anything, and…

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