What is one fact on how the Americans were able to win Revolutionary War?

What is one fact on how the Americans were able to win Revolutionary War?

  • OF MICE AND MEN

In Of Mice and Men, why does George trust Slim?

One reason why George trusts Slim is because Slim inspires that level of emotion amongst the other ranch hands. This is evident in Crooks who shows a certain level of deference to Slim in calling…

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  • MATH

Can someone please explain how to solve one or 2 of these exponential equations? Thanks! 1 image

(3) 5x−4=25x−65x-4=25x-6 To solve exponential equation, it is better if we can express each side with the same base. 5x−4=(52)x−65x-4=(52)x-6 Then, simplify the right side by applying the exponent…

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  • PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

In chapter 42 of Pride and Prejudice, what techniques does Austen use to describe the…

Jane Austen very cleverly uses Elizabeth as first-person observer, to comment about her parents’ ineffectual and unsatisfying (at least to her father) bond. The fact that Elizabeth is the one who…

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  • FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON

Can I please get help, I need to compare and contrast “A Summer of my German Soldier” and…

In this essay, you will need an introduction, three body paragraphs where you write the comparisons and contrasts, and a conclusion paragraph for a total of five paragraphs. First, you need to…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

How are Romeo, Juliet, and the Capulets, impatient in Romeo and Juliet?

It seems everyone in Romeo and Juliet are impatient, which could be a leading factor to the tragedy of these two young lovers. Romeo is impatient from his first sighting of Juliet. He determines…

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  • STILL I RISE

How does Maya Angelou present difficult circumstances to the reader in the poem Still I rise?

In this poem, the speaker (Maya) is addressing her oppressors (members of the current and traditionally white oppressive culture). She acknowledges how she (and her people) has been wronged, yet…

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  • MATH

If the Mean Value Theorem can be applied, find all values of c in the open interval (a, b)such…

The mean value theorem tells you that a certain slope is possible over an interval. What this question is asking you is to find all the points (values of c) where this slope exists over the…

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  • LITERATURE

Could I please have a short summary of My Struggle: Book One by Karl Ove Knausgaard?

The first part of Knausgaard’s memoir deals with his childhood and early adult years. It is a rather ordinary childhood: going to school, falling in love, playing in a band. He talks about his…

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  • GUESTS OF THE NATION

What is a summary of “Guests of the Nation”?

The story is set in early twentieth-century Ireland, during the Irish nationalist uprising against the British occupation. The events take place in an isolated farmhouse where two Englishmen,…

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  • THE MAN WHO LIVED UNDERGROUND

What are the similarities in Richard wright’s “the man who lived underground” and ” the invisible…

Ironically, Richard Wright’s story “The Man Who Lived Underground” (1944) is a condensed version of a novel he wrote but could not get published, and Ralph Ellison’s novel Invisible Man (1952)…

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  • BUSINESS

Do you think Work Breakdown Structures are important to building a successful project plan? Do…

Work Breakdown Structures are beneficial because they help organize projects into sizable chunks for teams to work on. This form of organization helps with budget development and allocation because…

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  • LITERATURE

Talk about the theme and importance of ballroom dancing in “Master Harold … and the Boys” by…

The importance of ballroom dancing emerges as a critical metaphor in Fugard’s drama. Hally questions what happens in ballroom competition when contestants bump into one another. Upon receiving…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

How do the mass media play into our society’s views of human sexuality? (In one paragraph)

In order to appreciate the role the mass media plays in society’s views of human sexuality, it is good to go back and look at the images portrayed in old television programs from that particular…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Why do most of us, at least most of the time, obey the rules?

There is no one factor that singlehandedly causes us to obey the rules. In most cases, there are a few different factors that help to cause us to obey. Some of the most important factors are…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

When do we grow up and become adults? How does social class affect the defining of the beginning…

There is no single point at which we can say that all people reach adulthood. We sometimes define adulthood in terms of reaching a particular age, but not all people are adults at exactly that…

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  • RELIGION

Critically analyse Psalm 23 and one Christian Spiritual Writing (slightly negative) explaining…

Please use this answer to generate ideas for your own analysis which should also include your opinion. Psalm 23 is the very well-known “The Lord is My Shepherd.” The various psalms are attributed…

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  • REFERENCE

What’s the Ending summary in the Book Bud Not Buddy

At the end of the book, Bud, Not Buddy the main character, Bud, reveals he is Calloway’s grandson. Calloway responds by locking himself in his room, and crying. Buddy goes to his room, which…

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  • A RAISIN IN THE SUN

Why does Walter throw Mr. Lindner out of the house?

Because Walter has foolishly trusted his friend Willy with some of his insurance money that his mother has entrusted to him, Walter decides that he can recoup his loss by calling Mr. Lindner from…

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  • HISTORY

In what ways did the Civil Rights Movement succeed?

The Civil Rights Movement succeeded in at least two main ways. First, it succeeded in that it won more legal rights for African Americans. Second, it succeeded because it helped to create a less…

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  • BUSINESS

Discuss whether too much governmental regulation of business or too little governmental…

The answer to this is, of course, a matter of personal opinion. There is no way to objectively determine which thing, too much regulation or too little, is more dangerous to business and to the…

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  • THE ALCHEMIST

In The Alchemist, when Santiago is robbed in Tangiers, he has to take a menial job with the…

Through Santiago’s experience in Tangier, the power of self-education and soul searching becomes essential to the narrative. One example of this would be the hardship that Santiago experiences in…

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  • THE QUEST FOR EL CID

what are some differences and similarities between “the quest for el cid” and the great epic “the…

Both works deal with the same time period and individual. El Cid was a real person living in eleventh century Spain. However, Fletcher’s The Quest for El Cid is a historical document that focuses…

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  • BUSINESS

Assume that Christine has an endowment of $40,000 in Year 1 and again $40,000 in Year 2. a)…

Christine gets $40,000 in Year 1 and $40,000 in Year 2 as endowment. It is assumed she gets the two amounts at the start of the year and her expenses are also made at the start of the year. In the…

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  • HISTORY

Why did Americans see an increase in manufacturing during the War of 1812?

Americans saw an increase in manufacturing during the War of 1812 because the war cut them off from their previous supply of imported manufactured goods. With imports cut off, the Americans had to…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

Read the following quote from Martin Niemöller (1892-1984), a German pastor who lived during the…

When Montag arrives with his book, Faber asks if he may hold it. As he turns the pages fondly, reading a random passage here and there, he reminisces about how he reveled in books as a boy. “Lord…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

How does one formulate research questions based on concepts and determine the variables that…

To complete your assignment, you’ll first need to understand exactly what independent and dependent variables are. Independent variables stand alone and are not changed by other factors. Dependent…

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  • A ROSE FOR EMILY

What are your analysis, thesis, and argument about William Faulkner’s story A Rose for Emily?…

William Faulkner’s short story A Rose for Emily is about a reclusive aging woman, a spinster in the language of the time, who is the subject of much town gossip as well as the target of the…

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  • REFERENCE

I do not have any idea how to answer this question for Interpersonal Communications: Climb down…

The abstraction ladder is a visual analogy which employs a ladder a speaker should “climb” up and down in order to keep the audience engaged and the speech effective. To elucidate the purpose of…

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  • MATH

An airplane flies at an altitude of y = 5 miles toward a point directly over an observer. The…

The attachment is the figure that represents the given in our problem. To solve for the rate of change of angle of elevation, let’s apply the formula of tangent function.

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  • LITERATURE

How was Mary Karr’s relationship with her father in the book Lit?

Mary Karr’s relationship with her father as recounted in Lit is definitely complicated. On the one hand, she says between her mother and her father, it is her father who wins “the better parent…

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  • SEXUAL HEALING

Sexual Healing by Jill Nelson: What are the themes of this book? Setting? Rising action?…

Sexual Healing tells the story of best friends Lydia Beaucoup and Acey Allen, who find their current relationships (or lack thereof) unsatisfying. After an enjoyable chat about their ideal man, the…

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  • BUSINESS

Question 1 You are given the following information about the capital market: Supply Q=10+100r ;…

  1. a) The first equation in this question is meant to allow us to derive a supply curve for a capital market. It is meant to tell us the quantity of capital supplied at every possible interest rate…

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  • ECONOMICS

Question 3 Mary earns $50,000 in period 1 and in period 2. In period 1, the economy goes into a…

  1. a) Classical economic theory assumes that prices and wages are highly flexible. Thus a tax rebate sent out to every citizen would increase the price of goods (including that plasma TV that Mary…

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  • THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO

Several times Montresor ask Fortunato to turn back. Why would he do this when he is deliberately…

Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Cask of Amatillado” has become a classic tale of revenge as told by the unreliable narrator of Montresor. Montresor feels that he has been wronged by Fortunato and uses…

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  • AMERICAN REVOLUTION

What is one fact on how the Americans were able to win Revolutionary War?

In any human engagement, there is always a psychological factor. So, even though the Americans were outnumbered and under-equipped, they were determined to break from the oppression of the British…

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  • NEFTALÍ RICARDO REYES BASOALTO

What are the hidden meanings behind each of the 15 sections of Pablo Neruda’s Canto General?

Pablo Neruda’s Canto General reflects the history of South America and its people. Each section of the Canto corresponds to a difference facet of this history: 1. A Lamp on Earth: The natural…

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  • GULLIVER’S TRAVELS

Why is greed a problem in Gulliver’s Travels?

Gulliver witnessed greed in lots of different ways, until in the end he becomes convinced it is one of humanity’s principle vices. The story shows us greed when the giant (Brobdingnagians) farmer…

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  • MATH

how do u do using properties with rational numbers

The question asked is very vague. There are many things that can be done with rational numbers, some basic operations are addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. When working with…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

I need to write a critical response on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, and the topic is…

Nick Carraway begins the novel by talking about himself. He perceives himself to be trustworthy and honest. He is “inclined to reserve all judgments” and is therefore open-minded and not…

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  • MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

What are examples of suspension of disbelief in Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing?

One example of suspension of disbelief can be seen in the moment at the masquerade in Act II, scene 1, when Don Pedro pretends to be Claudio in disguise to ask for Hero’s hand in marriage on…

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  • SEXUAL HEALING

In Sexual Healing by Jill Nelson, who are the protagonists and antagonists? How do they fit in…

Lydia and Acey are the protagonists of the novel. They are the agents of action and the ones who lead the development of the plot. Their desire to open what essentially amounts to a brothel is…

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  • THE RAVEN

Is there simile comparison from the Simpsons to Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven?

The 1990 Halloween-themed episode of The Simpsons was titled “Treehouse of Horror,” and featured three short vignettes, one of which was a take-off on Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven. Actually, it…

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  • HISTORY

Why did jane Addams resist the pressure to join an organized religion and become a missionary?

The short answer: She defined herself loosely through organized religion, as is apparent in her “(receiving) the rite of baptism and (becoming) a member of the Presbyterian church in the…

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  • LITERATURE

What type of sentence is this? The first milestone in lighting may have occurred when early man…

A simple sentence has one independent clause and no dependent clauses. An example is: The dog likes bacon. A compound sentence has two or more independent clauses, or two simple sentences. An…

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  • BUSINESS

Please summarize the article “Pizza Hut Wants to Roll Its Dough in Africa.”

Duane Helliloid’s article for Businessweek, “Pizza Hut Wants to Roll its Dough in Africa”, tackles a common theme: the failure of American businesses to adequately study prospective foreign markets…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Would you like to have Atticus as a father? Why?

Atticus would be (is, in the novel) a wonderful father. Unlike most adults, he does not talk down to children. He does not talk down to anyone. He gives everyone respect. We learn this lesson early…

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  • CHILDREN’S LITERATURE

How do words and pictures come together to create meaning for the reader in The Tale of Peter…

Beatrix Potter’s perennial classic The Tale of Peter Rabbit is a traditional children’s tale in a single narrative. Voices in the Park, by contrast, is composed of separate narratives from…

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  • FRANKENSTEIN

In Frankenstein, why is Frankenstein considered “The Modern Prometheus”?

‘The Modern Prometheus’ is the subtitle to the story and is very revealing. It gives a very strong hint as to how we are really meant to take the character of Frankenstein. In classical mythology,…

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  • MACBETH

I need a quote for my essay that explains why Macbeth wants to murder Banquo and Fleance in Macbeth.

Macbeth is aware that Banquo is getting suspicious, and he wants to get him out of the way. As we can tell from Banquo’s speech at the beginning of the scene, he is getting suspicious. This is…

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  • DAO DE JING

What is the central problem in Dao De Jing?

Dao De Jing, written during the turbulent period of the Warring States, addresses the question of how one is to live and rule virtuously. In setting out the tenets of a righteous life, the text…

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