What is the meaning of Dell Hymes when he said :"There are rules of use without which the rules…

# What is the meaning of Dell Hymes when he said :"There are rules of use without which the rules…

• GRAMMAR

What is the meaning of Dell Hymes when he said :”There are rules of use without which the rules…

I won’t write your essay, but I can give you my take on his ideas and appropriate background for support. Dell Hymes, considered to be a “giant” of linguistics and anthropology, dedicated his life…

• JOHN DONNE

Write a critical note on Donne as a poet of love. Give examples from the poems you have…

One approach you could take in a critical note on Donne as a poet of love is to detail the methods he uses in his love poetry. For instance, in “Song,” Donne’s love poem is contrived of…

• MATH

Find x? sin^{2}x – sin2x + sinx + cosx – 1 =0

To neela: I want to solution: (sinx)^2 – sin2x + sinx + cosx – 1 = 0. Thank!

• PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

In Pride and Prejudice how do the Bennett daughters’ choices in spouses reflect their characters…

Lydia’s choice in husband, the fickle, shallow and irrascible Wickham, reveals her own shallow, fickle and flighty character. Wickham isn’t that great of a guy; in fact, he is quite a scounderel…

• MATH

How to write the equation of the circle in the standard form, with the properties: center at the…

We’ll write first the equation of the circle in the standard form: (x-a)^2+(y-b)^2 = R^2 a and b are the coordinates of the center of the circle and R is the radius of the circle. From enunciation…

• MATH

find the inverse using elementary row transformation 0 1 2 1 2 3 3 1 1 pls send it fast…

Let the matrix be A a (3 X 3) matrix. and R is the inverse ==> A X R = 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 x y z 1 0 0 1 2 3…

• THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR

Why were the government officials afraid of the government inspector?

Government officials, particularly in this story, are always looking for two things, one is more power, and the other is how to get away from folks more powerful than them, or at least to curry…

• MATH

Solve the system x^2+y^2=2 2x-y=1

x^2 +y^2 =2…..(1) 2x-y=1…..(2) We will use the substitution method: 2x-y=1 ==> y=2x-1 Now substitute in (1) x^2 + (2x-1)^2 =2 x^2+ 4x^2 -4x +1 =2 5x^2 -4x -1 =0 Factorize: (5x+1)(x-1)=0 x1=…

• MATH

Find the center and the radius of the circles (x-4)^2+(y-1)^2=9 x^2+y^2=25

The standard formula for the circle is: (x-x1)^2 + (y-y1)^2 = r^2 Where (x1,y1) is the center of the circle and r is the radius. (x-4)^2+(y-1)^2=9 The center is the point (4,1) The radius is…

• SCIENCE

Describe the charge of each of these objects: a) 15+ and 15- b) 10+ and 15- c) 20+ and 10-

I’m not sure what you asing without more information but I am guessing that it wants the net charge of each of the objects. A +15 charge means that the object has 15 more positive charges than…

• MATH

Which are the solutions of the equation lgx+lg(x-3)=1?

lgx+ lg(x-3)=1 We know that: logx+lgy= lgxy and, log10=1 Now substitute; lgx(x-3)=lg10 ==> x(x-3)=10 ==> x^2-3x = 10 ==> x^2 -3x -10=0 Now factorize: ==> (x-5)(x+2)=0 x1= 5 x2=-2 ( this…

• MATH

Give details for solving the equation lg (3x+2)=lg(2x-3)

g(3x+2)=lg(2x-3) We know that if logx=log y, then x=y ==> 3x+2 = 2x-3 ==> x= -5 To check your answer: log(3(-5) +2 = lg(2(-5)-3) lg (-13)= lg(-13) However, the answer is impossible because x…

• MATH

Solve for x and explain 2^(x^2+2x)=1/2

2^(x^2+2x)=1/2 But 1/2= 2^-1 ==> 2^(x^2+2x)= 2^-1 Then, X^2 + 2X= -1 Move -1 to the left side: ==> x^2 + 2x+1 =0 Factorize: (x+1)(x+1)=0 Then The solution is x= -1 To check your answer:…

• SCIENCE

Why does the month of February have 28 days and a 29th day in the leap year?

Because the length of days and the calendar year are based around the rotation of the Earth and how long it takes the Earth to revolve around the Sun one time. This takes approximately 365 days to…

• SCIENCE

what is science concepts?give examples of science concepts and their technology.

The Building Science Concepts series of books is designed for use by teachers to build students’ science understandings, as appropriate to the learning needs and contexts of those students. The…

• MATH

use the distributive property to write the expresion as an rquivalnt expression.then evaluate it…

The distributive property can be performed as: a*(b+c) = a*b+b*c In our case: a=-10 b=6 c=-2 Then -10*(6+(-2))= -10*6 + -10*-2 = -60 + 20 = -40 But…

• A WHITE HERON

In The White Heron, why does Sylvia not speak or cannot speak?

In the last line of the second to last paragraph in the story, the author writes, “Sylvia cannot speak; she cannot tell the heron’s secret and give its life away.” Sylvia’s only friend, the…

• POETRY

What does Denise Levertov’s poem, In Mind talk about?

Denise Levertov is known for writing poems that seem very simple on the surface. She takes common, every-day occurrences and observations and turns them into something metaphysical. She elevates…

• THE KITE RUNNER

Guilt, atonement and redemption are themes in the novel, The Kite Runner. What is Hosseini trying…

One of the main themes is obviously guilt, particularly the guilt that Amir feels ever since that day in his childhood when he allowed Hassan to be raped after running his kite for him. That guilt…

• THE KITE RUNNER

How important is it that the story is set in Afghanistan and the USA and predominately among…

Kahled Hosseini can be considered one of the Diasporic writers. Diasporic writers are those that come from other countries for various reasons, are displaced persons, but write about their…

• LITERATURE

What are the six eras of English literature?…such as Victorian era, etc.

According to Enotes, here are the 6 or 7 major periods of English literature with sample texts and authors: Old English: Beowulf, unknown Middle English: Canterbury Tales, Chaucer Renaissance/Early…

• A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND

When was slavery abolished in the United States? When did this story take place?From comments in…

Abraham Lincoln issued “The Emancipation Proclamation” in 1863, during the Civil War. This proclamation declared that the slaves were free, but since the Civil War was still going on, the southern…

• A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND

What was the “Great Depression?” What influence of the Depression do you find in “A Good…

The Great Depression was a severe worldwide economic depression that took place right before World War II. In most countries, it started about 1929 and lasted until the late 1930s and early 1940s….

• A TALE OF TWO CITIES

Name four characters and list a quote that best describes that character. plzz help i need…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Did you grow up in a home in which females and males had different jobs and responsiblities? how…

I certainly did grow up in a household like that. My mother was the only female since my three brothers and I were all male, but there was definitely this sense of what was my mother’s job and…

• TESS OF THE D’URBERVILLES

What aspects of Vicorian life are depicted in Tess of the d’Urbervilles?I have an exam of British…

I highly recommend you read the information on this novel that is here on eNotes to prepare for your exam. If you click on the link “historical context” you will find valuable information about the…

• THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

How was Holden as an older brother toward Phobie?

Holden was extremely dedicated, but he also had a strange way of trying hard to keep Pheobe from being exposed to things that had bothered him so much. Just as he stated in his desire to be the…

• MATH

If f(x) = x/(x^2 +1) find the solution of f'(x).

f(x)=x/(x^2+1) Let f(x)= u/v where u= x ==> u’= 1 and v= x^2 +1 ==> v’= 2x Then f'(x)= (u’v-uv’)/v^2 = (x^2+1)- 2x^2)/(x^2+1)^2 = (1-x^2)/(x^2+1)^2 The solutions…

• MATH

(1/cosec2x-1/sin2x)sin2xcos2x =1+sin2xcos2x/2-sin2xcos2x

(1/cosec2x -1/sin2x)sin2xcos2x = 1+sin2xcos2x/2-sin2xcos2x Let us start from the left side: We know that cosec= 1/sin ==> (sin2x -1/sin2x)sin2xcos2x Open brackets: ==> [(sin2x)^2…

• SCIENCE

First Artificial life createdResearchers at the J. Craig Venter Institute have managed to…

Artificial life is really a controversial topic. Many people will argue and say that man does not have the right to create life, only God does. So, it becomes a religious matter. In my opinion, I…

• HAMLET

The motive of madness – how is it presented in Hamlet?Hamlet by William Shakespeare

Hamlet is a good example of an Elizabethan “Revenge” play. One of the essential elements in a revenge play is that a character is often driven “mad” as he/she contemplates taking revenge. In…

• KING LEAR

Please, present the motif of power in King Lear

Enotes has a wonderful “Sample Essay” topical outline that details the political struggle for power in the play. Here are some details: OutlineI. Thesis Statement: The emotional effect is…

• GATHERING BLUE

Human rights in Gathering Blue??For my essay, I am arguing that the books defies human rights. I…

Of course, your conclusion has to be based on what argument you are making in your essay — how you are making the argument. Your conclusion should simply be wrapping up your argument and…

• HISTORY

Explain this statement, ”No food, no civilisation.”

I guess your question really focuses on the forgotten importance of basic resources such as food when it comes to civilisations. Unfortunately, no matter how inspiring a leader a civilisation has…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is the composition of lok sabha?i would like to know age wise analysis as well as education…

Composition by states and territories Subdivision Type No. of constituencies[2] Delhi Union Territory 7 Andhra Pradesh State 42 Arunachal Pradesh State 2 Assam State 14 Bihar State 40 Chandigarh…

• MATH

how much power is used by a 40kg athlete by climbing 10m high ladder in 10s?

Power is the rate of work done. Work is done when force is applied on an obeject and displaces it. The amount of work done is the product force and the displacement of the object in the direction…

• TO SIR, WITH LOVE

What is a summary of Chapter 1 in To Sir With Love?

The story opens with Mr. Richard Braithwaite riding a crowded red double-decker bus in London. He is squashed in his seat by a large, ribald lady named Rose, who engages in good-natured repartee…

• MATH

Find two ways to calculate tg15 .

We need to calculate: tg15 Method (1): We know that tg=sin/cos ==> tg15= sin15/cos15 = sin(45-30)/cos(45-30) We know that sin(x-y)=sinxcosy-cosxsiny and we know…

• MATH

Solve the expression E = ( i^1997 + i^1999)/i^1998.

E = (i^1997+i^1999)/i^1998 =i^1997/i^1998 +i^1999/i^1998 =1/i + i. = 1*i/i^2 + i = i/(-1) +i =-i + i = 0

• MATH

Solve for x :- log[base 4](x-1) = log[base 2](x-3)

We’ll change the base 4 of the logarithm into the base 2: log[base 4](x-1) = log[base 2](x-3) log 2 (x-1) = log 4 (x-1)*log 2 (4) But log 2 (4) = log 2 (2^2) We’ll apply the power property of…

• MATH

Compare 3*tg2 to 2*tg3 .

To compare 3tg2 and 2tg3. Solution: We presume the angles are in radians. tg3 = t(3-t^2)/(1-3t^2) tg2 = 2t/(1-t^2), where t= tg1 Therefore , 2tg3 = 2t(3-t^2)/(1-3t^2) 3tg2 = 6t/(1-t^2). So 3tg2…

• FAHRENHEIT 451

What quotation in “Fahrenheit 451” relates to Montag’s questioning his morals and how?

Late into the first part of the book, Montag witnesses a life-altering event when the old woman refuses to walk away from her books when her house and her books are about to be burned. She would…

• STOPPING BY WOODS ON A SNOWY EVENING

What are the symbols in “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost?

The most significant symbol in the poem “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” would be the woods. Through the adjectives that the speaker uses in the poem, the reader should recognize the…

• OTHELLO

Discuss the importance of race in Othello.

One of the first instances where race becomes important, and where it actually sets the theme for the rest of the novel, is when Rodrigo and Iago call out to Brabantio to inform him that his “white…

• SCIENCE

How would I know if I am pregnant?

Most females become suspicious when they miss a menstrual cycle, they are “late” with the monthly event. Some women experience slight spotting, this may be a clue. Other women report that they have…

• THE GREAT GATSBY

Compare and contrast the characters of Tom and Gatsby.

In most ways. these characters could not be more opposite. Look at the following: 1. Tom is crude; Gatsby is more refined. Though Tom has grown up with money, he is not refined nor is he gracious….

• SCIENCE

How many calories should I eat everyday?

Caloric consumption is highly individualized. The ADA (Am.Dietetic Assoc.) states that most adults should consume approximately 2,000 cal./day. In the U.S., a vast majority of people consume more…

• PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

In what chapter in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice does Mrs. Bennett reveal that the Lucases…

In Chapter 9, Volume 1, when Mrs. Bennet goes to Netherfield to visit Elizabeth and Jane who is ill, in order to direct the conversation away from Mrs. Bennet’s and Darcy’s debate about country…