What is the point of conditioning in Brave New World?

# What is the point of conditioning in Brave New World?

• MATH

Use the Quotient Rule to find the derivative of the function.

Given:  Find the derivative using the Quotient Rule.  …

• MATH

Use the Quotient Rule to find the derivative of the function.

You need to find derivative of the function using the quotient rule:

• MATH

Use the Quotient Rule to find the derivative of the function.

• MATH

Use the Quotient Rule to find the derivative of the function.

• MATH

Use the Product Rule to find the derivative of the function.

Note:- If y = sqrt(x) ; then dy/dx = {1/(2sqrt(x))} If y = sinx ; then dy/dx = cosx

• MATH

Use the Product Rule to find the derivative of the function.

• MATH

Use the Product Rule to find the derivative of the function.

You need to use the product rule to evaluate the derivative of the function, such that:   Hence,…

• MATH

Use the Product Rule to find the derivative of the function.

You need to use the product rule to evaluate the derivative of the function, such that:   Hence, evaluating…

• MATH

Use the Product Rule to find the derivative of the function.

• MATH

Use the Product Rule to find the derivative of the function.

• JANE EYRE

How can I write a thesis on orphans of the Victorian period using Great Expectations, Oliver…

There are several elements to doing outstandingly good work on a thesis project. These include the quality of your research, the quality of your arguments, and the quality of your writing. To take…

• CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

Is there value in allowing children to develop at their own pace? Are there disadvantages to…

As no two children are alike, there really is no one-size-fits-all answer to this. If a baby is smaller and less coordinated than might be typical for its age and fails to reach normal…

• THE RANSOM OF RED CHIEF

Who is the protagonist in The Ransom of Red Chief?

By definition, the protagonist is the main character. They are the one attempting to affect a change in themselves or the present situation. Then the deuteragonist comes into play. This is the…

• MY ANTONIA

What are a few comparisons and contrasts between Jim Burden and Antonia Shimerda?

One important difference between Jim and Antonia is, of course, that Jim is a member of an established and properous Anglo Protestant family, while Antonia’s family are Catholic immigrants from…

• ONCE UPON A TIME

What was the purpose of writing this story?

Nadine Gordimer wrote “Once Upon a Time” as a protest against the political system of apartheid, a governmental and legal system that was being practiced in her home country of South Africa at the…

• JUNOT DIAZ

What is the summary of “This is How You Lose Her” by Junot Diaz?

This is How You Lose Her is written by Junot Diaz. The collection of nine short stories (“The Sun, The Moon, The Stars”, “Nilda”, “Alma”, “Flaca”, “Otravida, Otravez”, “The Cheater’s Guide to…

• ONCE UPON A TIME

In one word, what is the central idea of Once Upon a Time by Nadine Gordimer?

In explaining the central idea in Nadine Gordimer’s Once Upon A Time, the reader must consider which idea encompasses all the thoughts and beliefs which are prevalent in the story. In arriving at a…

• SCIENCE

Why are the electricity wires of the telephone not stretched?

Electrical utility wire systems are built to endure a variety of weather situations, and therefore must be flexible rather than rigid. The root matrix of a tree secures a solid trunk and its…

• THE CHOCOLATE WAR

Why is Jerry so troubled? In chapter 18 “The Chocolate War”

Jerry is troubled because he fears the consequences of his rebellion against Brother Leon; additionally, he is both tormented by the oppressive atmosphere of the school culture and by his inability…

• SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS

What are the similarities and differences in form and content between the Shakespearean Sonnet…

The Italian term sonetto simply means a short or little song. The fourteen-line sonnet form with which later became known as the “Italian” or “Petrarchan” sonnet appears to have first been…

• THE GREAT GATSBY

I’m currently writing a paper about how lies affect relationships in the book The Great Gatsby,…

The information occurs in Chapter 8: after the confrontation between Tom and Gatsby, Nick has been unable to sleep all night. He gets up when he hears a taxi going up Gatsby’s drive. He walks…

• EYES ON THE PRIZE

During the years depicted in this video, 1954-1956, the US Supreme Court ruled that racial…

The battle over the civil rights of blacks during the Civil Rights Movement was a conflict between federal and state’s rights. Many states in the South wanted to govern their own way and have…

• A SEPARATE PEACE

In the book A Separate Peace, how many times does the author use the word grey? What are the page…

If you are looking for the word “grey” exactly how you spelled it in the question, the book uses it exactly zero times. If the alternate spelling, “gray,” is acceptable, then the author uses the…

• ARTS

Discuss the concept of diglossia including its shortcomings.

When studying linguistics, the term diglossia denotes the existence of two dialects of the same language spoken in a single geographic area. Occasionally, it will refer to two languages such as…

• OF MICE AND MEN

How is the bunkhouse different to the setting of Chapter 1?

In Chapter One, the outdoors is presented as an environment of freedom and safety. George tells Lennie that, should there be any trouble, he is to run to this place and hide until George finds him…

• HISTORY

If the Progressive Movement was started today, explain the issues that you believe would be their…

The Progressive Movement dealt with correcting problems in our society. To answer this question, it is necessary to identify issues facing our society today. I will share some of the issues…

• SINNERS IN THE HANDS OF AN ANGRY GOD

Who is Edwards speaking to in his sermon?

Jonathan Edwards originally wrote his sermon for his parishioners in Northampton, Massachusetts. So, initially, his address was to his own congregation. His sermon was so successful that Edwards…

• MEETING AT NIGHT

How does the poet reflect or demonstrate in his words his desire to reunite with his love? What…

The speaker of the poem “Meeting at Night” demonstrates his desire to reunite with his lover through the use of imagery, words connoting sexual desire (connotations), onomatopoeia, alliteration,…

• IDEAS OF HEAVEN

Summary of Ideas of Heaven by Joan Silber.

Keep in mind that the full title of this story is Ideas of Heaven: A Ring of Stories. This title is significant considering the plot and the episodic nature of the book that actually contains six…

• HISTORY

In what year did Columbus discover America?

If we accept the premise of this question, which is that Christopher Columbus “discovered” America, then the correct answer is that he did so in 1492. There are many ways in which to argue…

• HISTORY

What are at least two themes from FDR’s “Four Freedoms” speech?

The Four Freedoms Speech was President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s State of the Union Address for 1941. Two major themes of this speech were the idea that isolationism was impossible and the idea…

• HISTORY

What is the Punic war?

The Punic wars were a series of conflicts between Rome and Carthage during the period from 264 BC to 146 BC. The reason for the name has to do with the history of Carthage. According to ancient…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Why does Atticus tell his children not to shoot mockingbirds?

Atticus tells his children that it is a sin to shoot mockingbirds. His statement surprises Scout so much that she asks Miss Maudie about it. Miss Maudie agrees with Atticus, explaining that…

• HENRY

What is the primary purpose of “Hearts and Hands” by O. Henry?

“Hearts and Hands” is a wonderful example of O. Henry’s signature literary style of irony. It is like watching a magician performing slight of hand. You are presented with three characters: a…

• HISTORY

What motivated new groups to come to America in the early 19th century and how did the Second…

On eNotes, we request that you ask only one question per post. As these two questions are really not closely related to one another, I will answer the second. The Second Great Awakening affected…

• JOHN BULL’S OTHER ISLAND

Can you comment on Irish culture and politics at the time when George Bernard Shaw wrote John…

John Bull’s Other Island by George Bernard Shaw was written in 1904. Shaw, himself Irish, wrote it for the Abbey Theater in Dublin, but Yeats and Synge didn’t think it fit with their vision of a…

• THE GIVER

Where do Jonas and Gabe go at the end of the story The Giver?

Jonas and Gabe escape to Elsewhere, leaving the community. When Jonas finds out that Gabe is going to be released, he has to take action. He grabs the baby and goes on the run at night. He and…

• HISTORY

How did the triangular trade impact the colonies?

The triangular trade impacted the colonies. The triangular trade process involves trade between three places. There were many triangular trade routes. Some routes that impacted the colonies…

• SPEAK

How does Melinda from Speak relate to Maya Angelou’s “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” poem?

Maya Angelou’s novel, I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings, is often characterized as a work of autobiographical fiction. Angelou’s novel is based on Paul Laurence Dunbar’s poem Sympathy where he talks…

• THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

What payment does Shylock demand if Antonio fails to fulfill the bond? Why?

If Antonio cannot pay back Shylock, Shylock demands that Antonio forfeit a pound of his flesh. The deal makes its first appearance in Act 1, Scene 3. Go with me to a notary, seal me thereYour…

• TALES OF A FOURTH GRADE NOTHING

What is the conflict and resolution of Judy Blume’s Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing?

The central conflict in Judy Blume’s Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing concerns the fact that Fudge gets all the attention because he is a troublemaker, leaving Peter to feel jealous and…

• LITERATURE

Does the poem “Flower Fed Buffaloes” express a general sense of loss–not just about the…

It is a sad (also very short) poem. The poem mentions how fields of wheat have replaced the prairie flowers and grass that the buffalo need. The writer (Vachel Lindsay) starts the poem by talking…

• SHE DWELT AMONG THE UNTRODDEN WAYS

In William Wordsworth’s “She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways,” what is the idea behind “a violet…

In “She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways” William Wordsworth is communicating three main ideas: Lucy is a relatively unknown person, Lucy is beautiful, and Lucy means a lot to the speaker. The line…

• ARMS AND THE MAN

How does Act 1 of Arms and the Man introduce the themes of the play?

Act I of Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw introduces two major themes of the play, the nature of love and war and the differences between their reality and the false images promulgated of…

What is an example of psychological torture in the story “The Cask of Amontillado”?

I would say that the most effective form of psychological torture in “The Cask of Amontillado” is Montresor not killing Fortunato in the cellar and then burying him. Montresor led Fortunato down…

• SCIENCE

What are the purposes of research?

Research is simply a detailed and focused study, using scientific methods, to understand why something happens and/or what are its applications. Research is basically done for two purposes: to…

• TRIFLES

In the play Trifles, do you think that the murder of Mr. Wright is justified in any way? Why or…

The murder of Minnie Wright’s husband was the consequence of pent up, disturbed and emotional chaos caused by an extended period of domestic violence. Minnie was isolated in the middle of nowhere….

• MACBETH

What are quotes that can be used to show that Macbeth is responsible for his own downfall?

The witches never tell Macbeth that he will have to murder Duncan in order to be king. But upon hearing their premonition that he will be king, this thought enters his mind. He is terrified at the…

• THE ORESTEIA

What happens to the Furies after the trial in Aeschylus’ Eumenides? What does this say about…

The Erinyes were the chthonic deities responsible for vengeance, responding to blood spilled on the ground with the demand that new blood should be shed in retribution. They are portrayed as three…