What is Proctor’s response when Abigail speaks of her love for him?

# What is Proctor’s response when Abigail speaks of her love for him?

• THE CRUCIBLE

What is Proctor’s response when Abigail speaks of her love for him?

I assume that you are talking about the part in Act I, Scene 2 where Abigail tries to talk to John Proctor about the affair that they had together. The only time that she actually uses the word…

• MATH

calculate sqrt(576) without using a calculator

sqrt576: Let us try and factor: 576 = 2*288 = 2*2*144 = 2*2*2* 72 = 2*2*2*2*36 = 2*2*2*2*2*18 = 2*2*2*2*2*2*3*3 ==> sqrt(576) = sqrt(2^6)(3^2)…

• HEALTH ISSUES

My family has a history of diabetes and since I’m 21, I want to know how to prevent it, and what…

The tendency to develop Type 1 Diabetes is inherited, and while it can be controlled with insulin injections and proper diet and exercise, at this time there is no cure. You might be born with…

• MATH

simplify: 3/x + 2x/(x-1) + x/5

(3/x) + (2x/(x-1)) + (x/5) First we need to have a coomon denomenator which si : x(x-1)*5 = 5x(x-1) ==> [3(5(x-1) + 2x(5x) + x(x(x-1)]/ (5x)(x-1) = [15x -15 + 10x^2 + x^3 – x^2]/(5x)(x-1) = [x^3…

• JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE

Please explain the quote “Of all peoples, the Greeks have dreamt the dream of life best” and does…

Goethe’s quote reflects the Romantic love of “ages passed.” The Greek social order was one that held a great deal of passion for the Romantic thinkers. They loved “the good, the true, and the…

• MATH

log 5x – log 7 = log 32 + 5log5

log 5x – log 7 = log 32 + 5log 5 Let us rewrite 32 = 2^5 ==> log 5x – log 7 = log 2^5 + 5log 5 ==> log 5x – log 7 = 5log 2 + 5log 5 We have 5 is a common factor: ==> log 5x – log 7 = 5(log…

• SCIENCE

Would your patella be an example of endochondral ossification? If not what is the correct term…

Yes. The knee-cap or patella (a sesamoid bone which protects and stabilizes the anterior surface of the knee joint) is one of the few bones in the body that is completely contained within a tendon….

• HISTORY

Why have the Democratic and Repulican parties been so durable so as to maintain existence since…

There is no single correct answer to this. However, to me, the most likely answer is that the two parties have survived because of the US electoral rules. In the US system, it is very hard for a…

• MATH

Find the area of the triangle whose sides are 5, 5, and 7

Let ABC be a triangle where: AB + AC = BC = 7 We have the point D midpoint of BC where AD is perpendicular to BC. Then the area of the rectangle is: a = (1/2)*base * height = (1/2)*BC*AD…

• MATH

Find the mean for the following data: 1,3,3,4,2,5,5,7,8,9,10,2,1,5

The mean (m) or average = sum of the data/ total number of data We have 14 number. ==> m = (1+3+3+4+2+5+5+7+8+9+10+2+1+5 )/14 = 65/14 = 4.6 ( approx.)

• MATH

f(x) = (3x^3 + 2x^2 -3)^2 find f'(x)

f(x) = (3x^3 + 2x^2 -3)^2 Let u(x) = 3x^3 + 2x^2 – 3 ==> u’ = 9x^2 + 4x ==> f(x) = u(x)^2 ==> f'(x) = (u^2)’ = 2*u’ *u = 2(9x^2 + 4x )(3x^3 + 2x^2 -3)

• THE WORLD IS TOO MUCH WITH US

Why do you think the speaker would “rather be/ a Pagan” in “The World is Too Much With Us” by…

As a Romantic poet, William Wordsworth loved and respected Nature. As the speaker of his unconventional sonnet that reflects both his Romantic temperament and his thematic tendencies, he reflects…

• BRAVE NEW WORLD

Why shouldn’t someone like John take soma?

This is not a very clear question — are you asking why soma is bad in general or are you asking why it is not right for John in particular to take it? To most of the people in the society, soma is…

• SCIENCE

DOES PAIN NEAR YOUR OCCIPITAL BONE HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH TROUBLED EYESIGHT?

The occipital bone forms the postero-inferior part of the cranium or the skull. Pain in this area is not a classic symptom of vision problems but nevertheless could be related. Sometimes pain is a…

• FAREWELL TO MANZANAR

What are the themes of this book?could u please help me find some evidence that indicates the…

I would think that you could develop many different thematic applications of the book. Upon completing it, I think that asking what you saw the book as trying to prove would be a starting point in…

• THE PRINCESS BRIDE

The characters and their character typesThere are eight character types in each fairy tale (most…

Someone can certainly double check me on this, but here is my best shot off the top of my head. (Great movie AND book by the way.) 1. Wesley2. Inigo & Fezzik3. The 6 fingered man4. Prince…

• HISTORY

Has Israel always had the same name?I just need an answer before 5 pm central time an friday

This depends on what time period you are talking about. The actual country of Israel that now exists has never had any other name but Israel. That country was created in 1948 and has always had…

• THE GLASS MENAGERIE

How does gender lead to empowerment,illuminate it with examples from the play? under the light…

In the Glass Menagerie, first and foremost, we find the three main characters, Tom, Amanda, and Laura, all but powerless because they are immobilized by and in the shackles of a “dissolving…

• THE OUTSIDERS

How does author foreshadow that the church might catch fire in The Outsiders?

The author provides a few statements that foreshadow that the church might catch on fire. When Ponyboy first enters the church, he describes it as “a small church, real old and spooky and…

• SCIENCE

Is asthma something you are born with or can it develop later in life?

Actually it can be both. There are a rather large number of studies that point to certain genes being commonly linked to asthma sufferers though there is no definitive link between specific genes…

• THE FISH

In Elizabeth Bishop’s poem “The Fish,” is the expression “everything was rainbow, rainbow,…

“The Fish” is a poem overflowing with imagery. This particular line, of course, comes right at the end of the poem, right before the fish is released. I tend to think the line “everything was…

• LITERATURE

How can one summarize the story of Demeter and Persephone?From The Myth of Demeter and Persephone…

I think that part of the answer here is dependent on the audience. If one is attempting to articulate the myth’s summary to grade school children, I think that this summary will be different than…

• THE FLOWERS

How is the theme of death present in the short story “The Flowers” by Alice Walker?

The most obvious way that death is present as a theme is through the fact that Myop discoveres an actual dead person in the forest, and has to come to the harsh reality that people die, and…

• WALDEN

What is the significance of setting/place in Walden by Henry David ThoreauExplain the…

As a Transcendentalist, Henry David Thoreau held that every indidual can reach ultimate truths through spiritual intuition, which transcends reason and sensory experience. This spiritual intuition…

• REFERENCE

I help with a Powerpoint about the importance of writing.ppt

There can be many ways to approach the construction of this Powerpoint. The first step would be to review the assignment details from your instructor and ensure that everything that needs to be…

• A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND

What is a good man to the grandmother and to the narator?it still not clear to me what is a good…

As soon as this short story begins, the grandmother is reminiscing about how things used to be – “back in my day” when children had respect for their elders and when men were “gentlemen.” She talks…

• FAHRENHEIT 451

What are the situations in Fahrenheit 451?

The idea of “situations” needs more clarity. If you are referring to the idea of conflicts in the story, I think you can spend time analyzing the evolution of Montag and his own relationship…

• DEATH OF A SALESMAN

What does Linda think is the trouble with Willy’s life? Why is she angry at her sons, Why does…

Linda is very clear about Willy’s problem: She has witnessed the ghosts of the past showing up in his mind, and she is quite aware of his problems with dementia and delusions, and she knows that he…

• POETRY

I want to write a poem in iambic monometer. My topic can b on anything….can u help me in…

I would first ask yourself why you want to use monometer. In a momometer poem each line can have only one to two words, depending on the number of syllables. If you have only one word in the…

• REFERENCE

How to do preparation for NET Exam?I am MBA in International Business and Finance.. I want to…

The only NET exam I found was the Nurses Entrance Exam, but that doesn’t sound like what you are looking for. I couldn’t find anything business related, but if you have some information you can…

• MATH

x^3-4x^2+2x+1=0 how many postive roots are there? how many negative? What are the possible…

f(x)= x^3 – 4x^2 + 2x + 1 = 0 Let us try an substitute x=1 ==> 1-4 + 2 + 1 = 4-4=0 Then 1 is a root , then (x-1) is a factor for f(x) ==> f(x) = (x-1)*Q(x) ==> Q(x) = f(X)/(X-1)= (x^3…

• MATH

x= 112 degrees. ==> cos 112 = -0.3746 .==> sin 112 = sqrt(1-cos^2 112) = sqrt(1-0.1403) = sqrt(0.8597) ==> sin 112= 0.9272 2) sin1 = 0.0175

• HISTORY

How did the lack of involvment of the U.S. in the League of Nations cause its downfall?

I do not think that the US’s lack of involvement was the only thing that led to the downfall of the League of Nations, but it was part of the cause. The major cause (and US noninvolvement was part…

What is the major difference between the capture theory of regulation and the public interest of…

The idea of capture argues that regulatory agencies will invariably get “captured” by the industries that they regulate. This says that industries will be the ones that care most about the…

• SCIENCE

How would a person in a health care setting go about treating/providing care for a patient with…

Bed sores are also called pressure sores. These kinds of sores often occur because a patient may be lying on the same side for too long. Because of this, circulation is cut off from that area and a…

• ALICE MUNRO

Discuss the characters in “An Ounce of Cure” by Alice Munro.

“An Ounce of Cure” by Alice Munro explores the theme of growing up in 1960s America as a teenage girl. Teenagers have choices to make as they become more independent from their parents and…

• ALICE MUNRO

Discuss the plot of “An Ounce of Cure” by Alice Munro.

What happens when a girl gets dumped? This is the problem faced by the main character in Alice Munro’s “An Ounce of Cure.” The narration is first person point of view with the protagonist,…

• SCIENCE

How many degrees of allergic reactions are there from the least symptom to the most severe symptom ?

There are numerous types of allergic reactions. One person may have a completely different type of reaction to an allergen than another person. Allergies are very common and the most common…

• HAMLET

What makes Hamlet himself a modern character, according to Douglas Brode?From “I Know Not Seems”…

I believe Hamlet found himself at the proverbial crossroads of life. Many things contributed to this. He wanted the best for everyone especially his mother and Ophelia and felt that it was his…

• HAMLET

What makes Hamlet “the first true tragedy of character?”

The first step to answering your question would be defining your quote. You state: “the first true tragedy of character,” and this can be read in several ways. 1. By “tragedy of character”, you can…

• SCIENCE

ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS OF A HIATAL HERNIA THE SAME AS GALLBLADDER TROUBLE?

I can tell you that I had a gallbladder attack (I ended up having it removed the next day) and I had a lot of pressure and pain in my chest. The pain began in the front of my body and radiated…

What is the difference between demand-pull inflation and cost-push inflation?

The difference between these two types of inflation is found in their causes. Both have the same effects (increasing price level), but they are caused by different things. Demand-pull inflation is…

• SCIENCE

How does Viagra work?Just want to understand how the drug works!

Viagra is a medication that men can take if they have difficulties keeping an erection. An erection occurs when substantial amounts of blood enter the penis. Normally, when a man becomes aroused…

• JOHN STEINBECK

How do John Steinbeck and Zora Neale Hurston use images from nature to describe their characters’…

I would say that both thinkers articulate the condition of the dispossessed in American Society both within and outside of the confines of the Depression years. During this time frame, I think…

• A SEPARATE PEACE

What is an example of dramatic irony ( with explanation ) in A Separate Peace?

Dramatic irony involves the reader knowing more than the characters do. In Chapter 4, Gene comes to the conclusion that Finny’s escapades have all been an attempt to sabotage his grades. I found…

• THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO

How does Monte Cristo avenge the treachery of his friends?The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre…

Well, in a general sense, he did it with incredible deviance and a rather maniacal attention to detail. In each case he used people and events to create rather terrifying sequences of revenge. In…

• REBECCA

In Rebecca, the narrator is never named. What is the significance of this and what does it say…

In Rebecca, the heroine is the narrator, but she is also nameless. We know her only as Mrs. DeWinter after she marries Maxim DeWinter, although Rebecca was the prior Mrs. Dewinter. By not giving…

• LAW AND POLITICS

Should the United States make voting mandatory? Some people have suggested that the United States…

The idea of enlisting more citizens to participate in the democratic process would be beneficial to the overall electoral process because it would reflect a truer picture of the opinions of the…

• A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE

Explain why the colour white is an important symbol in “A Streetcar Named Desire.”

You might be better set in terms of exploring in a series of questions that could allow you to better understand the topic. The first question I would ask would be for you to examine when you see…