What is meant by “experimental set-up” and “control set-up” in biology?

What is meant by “experimental set-up” and “control set-up” in biology?

  • REFERENCE

What is the Data Protection Act?I have no idea on this and I want to know what it is and on what…

The Data Protection Act is a law in the United Kingdom, passed in 1998, and it was intended to protect individuals’ privacy and to help prevent data/identity theft, especially online. It specifies…

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  • SCIENCE

What is meant by “experimental set-up” and “control set-up” in biology?

When using the scientific method to solve a problem or question, one formulates an educated guess or hypothesis which is a possible answer to the problem or question. In order to test your…

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  • A ROSE FOR EMILY

What is the significance of setting and character in “A Rose For Emily?”

The dominant aspect of setting in Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily” is the post-Civil War South. The dominant aspect of character is Emily’s resistance to change. Emily’s family was once Southern…

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  • SCIENCE

What is glucagon. Should diabetics take it?

Glucagon is a hormone which serves the purpose opposite to that of insulin. Instead of lowering the blood sugar level it increases it. This is necessary in cases where a diabetic has taken too much…

  • ROMEO AND JULIET

Who should play in a modern Romeo and Juliet play as wells as give the reasons why u choose those…

I think I’m getting old, because all the young actors and actresses–those who would be of an age to play these roles–seem pretty much the same to me. I am taken by Dakota Fanning, though, and…

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  • REFERENCE

What are characterstics of human language?

It sounds to me like you are asking for the major aspects of what makes up all human language. Obviously you understand many languages are used by humans, so we need to identify what makes them…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

What is Reverend Parris’s role throughout Act 3 of The Crucible?

I have edited your question because you asked two. You are only allowed one question per entry. In Act III, I really start to get mad at Rev. Parris. Everything he says is accusatory, and the only…

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  • MATH

A gift $7,000 to a city grew to $10,000,000 in 200 years. At what interest rate compounded…

The initial amount gifted to the city was $7000. After 200 years it now is $10,000,000. For a principal amount P, rate of interest r and time period t, the amount that P becomes after t is given by…

  • TEACHERS

For K – 8 students, what are the benifits of television as a visual media?

I would say that television can reap some great benefits to kids in the K-8 range. Prior to any of these, I think that, like the internet or any other medium, it has to be facilitated through…

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  • ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON

Which side did Tennyson take in the conflict between science and religion in the Victorian Age?

In his works, Tennyson combined his interest for science with his (unorthodox) Christian faith. Tennyson was particularly interested in geology and biology. He was influenced by the elaboration of…

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  • HISTORY

Discuss Gandhiji’s view on Satyagraha with special reference its means and methods.

Gandhi’s view of Satyagraha was conceived as an idea to not merely defeat, but to convert an adversary. It was different than passive resistance, which still establishes one force in direct…

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  • BUSINESS

How should marginal costs be considered when determining prices?

The basic rule of setting prices is that a firm must produce a quantity of goods or services that allows the marginal revenue to be equal to the marginal cost. This is called the profit-maximizing…

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  • RELIGION

Has the modern man really died spiritually? Is it a bad sign?with the development of technology…

Technology is in no way an object of reductionism. If we apply well the benefits of change and we discipline ourselves to understand that life will continuously bring improvements to our way of…

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  • SCIENCE

why are holes heavier than electrons?The question comes from semiconductors in electronics…

The concept of electron and hole effective mass in semiconductors has been developed starting from the mobility of carriers (be them electrons or holes). When an external electricc field EE (or…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Why did Scout Finch intervene on behalf of Walter Cunningham in the classroom in chapter two of…

In essence, Scout takes it upon herself to teach Miss Caroline about the citizens of Maycomb–in this case, Walter Cunningham. When Walter refuses the lunch money that Miss Caroline offers him and…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

In Act 1 of The Crucible, why does Betty start to scream?

Well, you have asked an interesting question because when Betty does start to scream it is highly revealing to watch how different characters interpret her outburst. Note what we are told in the…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

In The Crucible, how does Samuel Parris act towards children?

We are actually given a very thorough depiction of the Reverend Samuel Parris at the beginning of Act One by Arthur Miller. He builds up a very full picture – far fuller than the majority of…

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  • WAITING FOR GODOT

Give background of past life of Vladamir, Estragon and Pozzo.

There is no such past life or background information as far as the three central characters Didi, Gogo and Pozzo in Samuel Beckett’s play Waiting for Godot. The back-story tradition is typical of…

  • THE GIFT OF THE MAGI

What is the symbolism in “The Gift of the Magi”?

This highly ironic short story is normally used in schools as an excellent example of situational irony – when something happens that we don’t expect it to. However, your question is right in…

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  • THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY

What are the methods and techniques Henry James uses to portray Isabel’s character and identity…

Chapter 42 of The portrait of a Lady marked a new direction in literary works towards the exploration of human consciousness. The chapter heavily focuses on Isabel’s inner feelings and the…

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  • REFERENCE

Difference between Procedures, Methods and Events in Visual Basic?

You can simplify programming task by breaking programme in smaller logical components. These components are called procedures. Procedures are useful for condensing repeated or shared tasks, such as…

  • THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA

What was the author’s purpose in the book The Old Man and the Sea?Ernest Hemingway was the author

Hemingway’s purpose is to write both a realistic and allegorical novella that mirrors his own twilight in his writing career. The novel is very realistic. Hemingway lived in Cuba and was an active…

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  • A ROSE FOR EMILY

What is the most important element of fiction in “A Rose for Emily”?

Widely considered one of the greatest of American authors, William Faulkner is superb in his employment of all elements of fiction. In his “A Rose for Emily” Faulkner’s unique use of several…

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  • THE YELLOW WALLPAPER

What is the most important element of fiction in “The Yellow Wallpaper”?Charlotte Perkins Gilman

First published in 1892, “The Yellow Wallpaper” brought different reactions from what has come from modern commentators who have perceived Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s story as a feminist indictment…

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  • MATH

How do you determine if a polynomial is the difference of two squares?

There may be several approach to determine whether a given polynomial is a difference of the squares of two other polynomials. However if R(x) is a polynomial which could be expressed as the…

  • THE CRUCIBLE

In Act IV of The Crucible, why won’t Danforth pardon the prisoners?

At this point, even Danforth understands that the whole witchcraft hysteria was probably a hoax, and that he and the Puritan court had sent innocent people to their deaths. By Act IV he is trying…

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  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

In Death of a Salesman, what mistakes did Willy make at the beginning of the play where his…

I believe that you might be referring to perhaps Willy’s biggest mistake and it was his refusal to go with Bernard to enter the timber business and instead following David Singleman’s “get rich…

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  • A&P

Please critique the introductory paragraph for my A&P essay:A&P is considerable one of…

Good ideas, but I would suggest a few things. First, watch the editing. Be sure to italicize the title, use capital letters and correct punctuation and spelling (e.g., “open-minded”) when…

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  • MATH

how do i write 303.090 and 720,004,002 in word name

Numbers before the decimal point are written as the number of millions followed by the number of thousands, the number of hundreds, number of tens and number of ones. And digits after the decimal…

  • THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH

In “The Masque of Red Death”, what does Prospero’s running through all of his rooms and…

You have asked a very astute question. The answer involves an interpretation of the other symbols in the story to understand what is represented by both the intruder and then by Prospero’s movement…

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  • NORTHANGER ABBEY

Discuss Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey as a gothic novel. Consider all the elements that…

Northanger Abbey is a parody of a gothic novel. The parody rests on Austen’s character Catherine’s being gullible, imaginative and excessively naive about the difference between fiction and life….

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  • THE LOTTERY

Discuss specifically the possible symbolism of the elements in “The Lottery.”Discuss the…

A haunting short story, Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery” juxtaposes ordinary circumstances and activities with ones that are macabre. Even in her use of symbols, the ordinary become darkly…

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  • TO BUILD A FIRE

In “To Build a Fire” as a whole, how do the setting and plot reinforce each other?

It is important to consider the underlying philosophy of this chilling (in both senses of the word) short story. Jack London was a naturalist writer. Naturalists went beyond realism in an attempt…

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  • SCIENCE

How are species related to the concept of biodiversity?

Your question is a bit unclear, but I think you are asking for how the two concepts relate. An ecosystem is the environment and the species that live in it. Ecosystems can be large or small (see…

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  • MATH

How do you find the norm of a vector?What a norm looks like compared to the vector graphically.

The definitions for the norm of different types of norms could be combined and given as below: Let v be an n dimensional vector such that v = (x1,x2,x3,…xn). Then the pth norm of v is…

  • IN THE TIME OF THE BUTTERFLIES

What page is the quote “God and Trujillo” on?

I can’t remember a quote exactly like that. However, there is on page 202 a scene in which Patria is describing the two portraits hanging on the wall at her Mama’s house. She was so “used to the…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What is the status of privacy and freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures on a school…

Even though they are on school property and are minors, students do have some right to privacy and to be free of unreasonable searches and seizures. What is really different is that there is no…

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  • THE LITTLE PRINCE

What are the themes in The Little Prince?Antoine Saint-Exupery’s Le Petit Prince

Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery isread as both a child’s fantasy tale and as an allegory for adults that reaffirms the importance of friendship, altruism, love, and imagination. The…

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  • SCIENCE

Explain the movement of the amoeba once a drop of yeast solution is placed into the culture. I…

Amoebas move with pseudopods which are like false feet. In other words, although they lack tissues or organs, the sensitive cytoplasm inside the cell will begin to stream in the direction of a…

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  • SCIENCE

What are three changes that might cause an environment to change– that might alter the…

The first is the elment called weather. When the weather changes drastically due to environmentally-caused events crops get affected as well as the people who grow them. Weather can turn crops that…

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  • THE THINGS THEY CARRIED

What are some good discussion questions about the book The Things They Carried?These are the 5…

One question that I ask my class to explore refers back to the topic of truth that O’Brien brings up in Chapter 7 “How to Tell a True War Story.” In this chapter, O’Brien argues that people are…

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  • MATH

How many days can you feed the people in a shelter if there is food for 160 people for 40 days…

Let us say that we have x amount of food enough to feed 160 people for 40 days. ==> 160 needs x for 40 days. ==> Ater 15 days: ==> 160 people consumed (15/40)*x =(3/8)x of the food. Then…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

What guarantees that a Canadian cannot be forced to vote for a particular candidate?

In Canada, as in the United States and some other countries, has universal suffrage, meaning every citizen of Canada who is 18 years of age or older has the right to vote. The same part of the…

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  • FREDERICK DOUGLASS

Whats the theme of “The Heroic Slave” from Frederick Douglass?

Douglass’ short story reveals the theme that those who are enslaved do have power and can exercise some level of autonomy over their condition. Madison, the protagonist in the story, is not one…

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  • LITERATURE

Who is credited with being the greatest and most influential writer of short fiction in the…

I would first go with Edgar Allan Poe. The other big name that leaps to my mind is Herman Melville, who wrote some very powerful short fiction, but the influence of Poe’s short fiction is more…

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  • DAVID WALKER

What’s the theme of “Our Wretchedness in Consequence of Slavery”from Appeal to the Coloured…

One of the most dominant themes of Walker’s work is to bring out the idea that enslavement is not something that happens only in America to Black people. Rather, it is a worldwide condition of…

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  • MATH

Lim x-> infinity (1-(e^x))/(1+(2e(^x)))

We need to find the value of (1 – e^x) / (1 + 2e^x) for x–>infinity Divide both the numerator and denominator by e^x [(1 – e^x) / (1+ 2e^x)]/ e^x => [(1 – e^x)/e^x] / [(1+2e^x)/e^x] => [(…

  • SCIENCE

Is too much exposure to sunlight harmful to a person with third degree burns?

Exposure to much of anything for someone with third degree burns is probably harmful. Third degree is the most serious type of burn, and includes blistering, plus loss of skin and tissue, so…

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  • HAMLET

Why is Prince Hamlet considered a Gothic tragic hero?

There was a movement in British literature in the 19th century that was termed “Gothic.” It contained supernatural elements, dark and foreboding settings and often included direct or symbolic…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

In Faherenheit 451 what are three things that are similar in our society and Montag’s society?

I think you can at least argue that the following things are quite similar between our society and that of Montag: People are constantly bombarded with intrusive types of entertainment. We have…

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