What is metaphysical about metaphysical poetry?

# What is metaphysical about metaphysical poetry?

• POETRY

What is metaphysical about metaphysical poetry?

well the Metaphysicial movement is all about the spiritual things and the speaker is concerned with high spiritual objects or love like it is not physical an example of a famos metaphysical poet…

• MATH

What is the abscissa of endpoint N(x,8) if the length of MN=5 and M(3,5)?

Given MN = 5, the coordinates of M is (3,5) and the coordinates of N is (x,8). So MN = sqrt {(xN-xM)^2+(yN-yM)^2} Therefore MN = sqrt{(x-3)^2+(8-5)^2}. MN = 5 = sqrt{(x-3)^2+3^3}. 5^2 =…

• TRIGONOMETRY1

What is the value of sin (a/2) if sin a=0.25? 90<a<180

Since we have to determine the sine of the half angle, we’ll apply the formula: sin (a/2) = +/- sqrt [(1 – cos a)/2] We know, from enunciation, that: 90 < a < 180 We’ll divide by 2 the…

• THINGS FALL APART

At the end of the discussion amoung Okonkwo and his friends, what major historical event is…

To which particular chapter are you referring to? I assume that you are talking about Chapter 19, the last chapter of Book Two of this excellent novel dealing with the intrusion of one culture into…

• MATH

Given that -0.66 is the solution of the equation 6x^3=10x(2x+1), determine the other solutions?

Q:Given the equation 6x^3=10x(2x+1), determine the solutions (edited). Solution: The given equation is 6x^3=10x(2x+1). Therefore 6x^3-20x-10x = 0. = > 2x(3x^2-10x-5) = 0. Or x= 0, Or…

• MATH

Verify if the system has solutions? y= square root (25-x^2) x=square root (400-25y^2)/4

To verify if the system has solutions: y= square root (25-x^2).(1) x=square root (400-25y^2)/4…(2). From (1): we get y^2 = 25 – x^2 So x^2 +y^2 = 25……(3) From (2) x^2 = (400 – 25y^2)/16. So…

• MATH

Need help in evaluation of indefinite integral. y= square root (-2x^2+4x+6)

We’ll factorize by -2 the radicand: -2x^2+4x+6 = -2(x^2 – 2x – 3) We’ll re-write the factor x^2 – 2x – 3 = x^2 – 2x + 1 – 4 We notice that we’ve get the perfect square (x – 1)^2 x^2 – 2x + 1 – 4 =…

• MATH

Decide if the expression 4^n -1 is the sum of terms of an a.p. or g.p.?

We’ll determine the general term bn of the sum of the terms,whose expression is 4^n – 1, and then, we’ll utter any other term of the progression. From enunciation: Sn=b1+b2+b3+…+bn…

• THE SNIPER

Justify the title of the short story, “The Sniper.”

This is a story that is centred around the experience of one sniper in a civil war that is fighting for his life against an unidentified enemy. The entire focus is placed on a relatively brief but…

• HAMLET

What are 3 aspects of Hamlet’s dilema that he must overcome to set things right? “the time is…

This scene comes directly after Hamlet has met and spoken with his father’s ghost. If I understand your question correctly, you’re looking at what he needs to do in order to set things right in…

• MATH

Help with math word problem?Hobbyists often compete for their model rockets to determine which…

We represent geometrically the figure as below: Let T be the top of the flight (rocket). Let G be the feet of the perpendicular from T to the ground. B and A be the points on the same line and side…

• GRAMMAR

relationship between active and passive voiceIs there a one-to-one relationship between active…

The main reason for using the passive voice, in my opinion, is to reduce the focus on the actor. You might do this, for example, if something bad has been done and you want to distract the reader…

• LITERATURE

sources and characteristics of the literature of restoration Discuss the sources and…

Restoration literature is that which centers on a reaction to or a celebration of the restoring of the Stuart king to the throne of England, namely Charles II. Certainly, it is a literature of…

• GRAMMAR

Well, if you asked me, changing the subject makes you the most worthless, heartless excuse for a…

When you are watching a television program like The Simpsons, you will find much dialogue that is not standard, grammatical English, and this sentence is definitely not because of the inconsistent…

• SCIENCE

Any idea about where to get science (k-6) research article review?

The best place to look for research articles and their summarized reviews for elementary school students is through teacher education journals, and through science periodicals to which you may…

• HISTORY

“For other nations, Utopia is a blessed past never to be recovered; for Americans it is just…

America is typically seen as a country of optimists. As the article linked below (from Forbes Magazine) shows, Americans typically feel better about themselves and their futures than people from…

• HEART OF DARKNESS

How could this theme statement be applied to life today? (two specific examples)Theme statement:…

There are several angles you could take with this question. If you think of Kurtz’s madness developing slowly over time as he is over-exposed to the jungle, you can make a definite connection to…

• EVERYDAY USE

Symbols in Everyday Use by Alice WalkerThere are many symbols in Everyday Use. The burning house,…

I would say that Dee’s new clothing represents her break from the past. She is trying to be this new woman who has broken away from her mother’s backwards life. The clothes symbolize that change….

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

At what age is reasonable to give a child a cell phone?At what age is reasonable to give a child…

This depends so much on the maturity of the child and the needs of the family. My oldest child is 8 and does not have a cell phone. I anticipate, though, that we would get her one probably when…

• THE ODYSSEY

Which encounter in the underworld was the most beneficial to the return home of Odysseus in The…

I think there are a number of aspects that are highly interesting about Odysseus and his voyage into the underworld in Book 11. Firstly, it allows Homer to make lots of links between the action of…

• LAW AND POLITICS

What is the difference between robbery and extortion?

One major difference between these two crimes is that extortion requires (to some degree) the consent of the victim whereas robbery does not. In both crimes, money or other valuable things are…

• LAW AND POLITICS

What is the one major difference between robbery and burglary?

The major difference here is that robbery is done face to face and burglary is not. The crime of burglary involves entering someone’s home illegally so as to commit a crime. In a burglary, the…

• THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE

In The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, who kills the Witch in the last part?

The answer to this question can be found in Chapter Sixteen, when Aslan leads the army of new recruits he has just gained from the palace of the White Witch and taken them to join the army of Peter…

• HISTORY

Should history be made into a Science?i need a few examples

History should not be made into a science because history cannot be made into a science. It is a good thing for history to become more rigorous and scientific in its approach, but the discipline…

• MATH

number problemfind 2 numbers if their arithmetic average is 28 and one number is 3 times larger…

Let the numbers be x and y. Given that the arithmetic average is 28. ==> (x+y)/2 = 28 We will multiply by 2: ==> x + y = 56…………(1) Also, given that one of the numbers is 3 times the…

• MATH

area of trianglehow is possible to determine triangle area whose sides are x and y axis and the…

Since you are given that the height and the base are the x and y-axis, all we need to do is find the intersection points between the axis and the line x-2. ==> The intersection point between the…

• HAMLET

Who is the real underdog Hamlet or Claudius? (Act 3 scene 3 based answer only)ONly act three…

I guess this depends on what you mean by “underdog.” Just in this scene, Hamlet clearly has the power over Claudius, at least for one moment. Hamlet could have killed Claudius while Claudius was…

• SCIENCE

electric field intensityhow to calculate electric field intensity when force is given (example)

The formula applied to evaluate the intensity of an electric field is: E = F/q, where F is the given force and q is the given charge. Let’s work on an example. Let’s have a force of F = 2.25 N and…

• MATH

line axis intersectioni don’t get what to do to find intersection of a line and x and y axis.

This depends on what you know about the line. If you have the equation for the line, it’s pretty easy to find the intercepts. You know that the x intercept, for example, is the point on the line…

• SCIENCE

propertiesproperties of magnetic lines of force

There are several properties of magnetic lines of force: the magnetic lines cannot cross each other; the direction of magnetic field at a point could be found drawing the tangent line to the…

• SCIENCE

How does size, charge,solublilty affect the ability of a molecule to pass across a cell membrane?

Small molecules are free to move across a semi-permeable membrane as long as there is a concentration gradient on either side of the membrane. The greater the lipid solubility of the diffusing…

• SCIENCE

concave/convex mirrordiscuss why concave mirror is converging and convex mirror is diverging

The reflective surface of a convex mirror bulges outward towards the light source. When light rays pass through this surface, they spread out (or diverge) away from each other so they end up…

• THE AWAKENING

I need 5 quotations from The Awakening, by Kate Chopin, about the sea.

Consider reading through Chapter 6 in The Awakening for a discussion of the sea. In this chapter, the narrative line of the story is broken by a figurative discussion of the sea. In the previous…

• SCIENCE

Find x abscisefind x if A(x,2) is on the line y=3x-5

Since the point A is on the line, then we’ll substitute it’s coordinates in the equation of the line: 2 = 3x – 5 We’ll move 3x to the left side: -3x + 2 = -5 We’ll isolate -3x to the left side. For…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Are mixed handed or ambidextrous children more likely to have mental health, language and…

There is at least one study that has been done in a peer reviewed (and therefore presumably reputable) journal that indicates that mixed handed children do in fact have more problems of the sorts…

• SCIENCE

condition what it is condition for a point to belong to a curve?

If a point is located on a curve, then it’s coordinates have to verify the given equation of the curve. Let’s take the line y = 3x + 2 and we’ll verify if the point A(1 ; 5) is located on the given…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What social theory best describes family violence?no

There are many social theories that directly identify or attempt to identify the social causes of learned behaviors, including violence. When it comes to violence within the family circle, one of…

• ETHAN FROME

In Chapter 9 of Ethan Frome, why does the blood “rush to Ethan’s face” when Zeena tells him that…

This short sentence has a lot of possible implications for interpretation, and perhaps a good reading of the sentence is a blending of several possibilities. When Ethan arrives home, he knows this…

• ETHAN FROME

Describe Mattie’s room in Chapter 9 of Ethan Frome. Why is this description important?

What is important about Mattie’s room in chapter 9 is that it is a stark portrait of a space that is completely devoid of all of the items that made the room Mattie’s. When Ethan enters the room…

• TO BUILD A FIRE

What is a good quote in the short story “To Build a Fire” by Jack London that talks about the…

I think one of the key quotes of this great short story that introduces the central conflict between the individual and nature comes towards the beginning of the story after we have had our initial…

• SCIENCE

Evaluate values of functiondescribe one method to evaluate values of functions

If we know the expression of the function, it is very simple to evaluate the value of the function. All we need to do is to substitute x by each value from the domain of definition of the…

• SCIENCE

Real solutionsi am not sure if is good to say “real solutions” if solve an inequality 5(x-1)<4x-7

Yes, it is correct, since all values located in the interval of values available for the given inequality, are real values. Let’s solve the inequality: We’ll remove the brackets: 5x – 5 < 4x -…

• MATH

the base of exponentialsolve 14^(14x+1)=5^x, but the bases are not equal. the eq. has solutions?

14^(14x+1) = 5^x To solve, we will apply the logarithm to both sides. ==> log 14^(14x+1) = log 5^x Now we will use the logarithm properties to solve. We know that log a^b = b^log a ==>…

• THE NECKLACE

Please give an outline of the short story, “The Necklace.”

The best way of course to understand and gain an appreciation for a short story is to read it for yourself. This is an excellent short story and it isn’t that long either, so it is well worth…

• ANIMAL FARM

Was the formation of the Seven Commandments done in a democratic way in the book Animal Farm?

No, the formation of the commandments was created by the pigs alone. They insisted this was done because of their great learning throughout their opportunity to learn, read and study. Because the…

• CINEMA

What is a good hook like a brief quote related to Hotel Rwanda and Schindler’s List?

I am assuming you mean a quote from either movie that relates to both. One such quote that stood out to me from Schindler’s List was a saying from the Talmud (Jewish holy text, law): And whoever…

• REFERENCE

internet and health carehow internet access improved our health care

I don’t think it’s improved things as much as it should, but it does help. Lots of reputable medical centers or government agencies, etc have their websites where you can go and get legitimate…

• 1984

What are three characteristics of Winston Smith and Julia in 1984?

I think that an interesting approach would be to give characteristics of both characters as a couple. The most elemental trait they share when they are a couple is that they seek to be discrete….

• MATH

find the terms34th term of a.p. if d=3 and a1=1 too many terms to calculate another method?

You do not need to write all the terms in order to determine the 34th terms. All you need to do is to use the formula to find any nth terms in the progression. Let a1, a2, a3, ………, a34 be…