What is the relationship between air pressure and air density?

What is the relationship between air pressure and air density?

  • RULES OF THE GAME

In “Rules of the Game,” what are the characteristics of Waverly’s mother?

Waverly’s mother is an interesting figure. She is proud, ambitious, and family orient. First, she is proud. She is proud of her daughter. When she finds out that Waverly has a gift to play…

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  • OTHELLO

Why is the handkerchief in Othello a very significant component of the events which occur in the…

The noted filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock helped popularize a particular filmmaking term: “the MacGuffin”. The MacGuffin is an object or some other prop that motivates and drives the characters and…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

A sea lion at a zoo is trained to wave to a crowd of visitors. During training, the sea lion…

In order to answer this question, we must first define what classical and operant conditioning mean. Classical conditioning, also known as pavlovian conditioning, is a type of learning process in…

  • THE GREAT GATSBY

Are the settings in The Great Gatsby essential to the story line? Could the story take place…

Because of the importance, in the novel, of the clash between old money and new money, the settings of East Egg and West Egg and what they each represent are important. It is not impossible to…

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  • THE MINISTER’S BLACK VEIL

What evidence hints at or suggests Mr. Hooper’s reason for wearing the black veil? What effect…

While there is some implication within the story that Mr. Hooper’s decision to start wearing the black veil had something to do with the death of a female member of his congregation, we never learn…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What are two examples of literary devices in Chapters 1-11 of To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee?

Harper Lee uses many literary devices throughout To Kill a Mockingbird. On pages eight and nine, Lee describes the Radleys’ yard, personifying the picket fence in this line: “The remains of a…

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Why might Atticus, in Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, be considered a literary hero to some…

Atticus Finch, the calm, commanding voice of moral authority in Harper Lee’s classic coming-of-age novel To Kill a Mockingbird is the quintessential modern literary hero. He is self-effacing,…

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  • THE RANSOM OF RED CHIEF

What is the theme of “The Ransom of Red Chief”?

There are a number of themes that can be identified in “The Ransom of Red Chief.” For me, the two main themes can be summed up in proverbs: “don’t bite off more than you can chew,” and…

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  • OF MICE AND MEN

What does Lennie do with the pups in Of Mice and Men?

The child-like Lennie loves to pet creatures such as the mouse he previously had in his pocket, in the clearing, when he and George camped out the night before coming to the ranch. Now that they…

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  • HISTORY

I need help coming up with a thesis for the Industrial Revolution. It has to be an argument and…

If you need to have something to write about that connects the Industrial Revolution to the present day and which can be made into an argument, here are some possible topics: Whether workers were…

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  • THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH

Why does Poe describe the Red Death so vividly in the first paragraph and Prince Prospero in the…

In The Masque of the Red Death, Poe chooses to describe the disease and the prince in that particular order due to their respective importance to the story. The Red Death is the main aspect of this…

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  • SCIENCE

Why is renewable energy more efficient than non renewable energy?

Non renewable energy comes from sources that take a long time to develop and can not be renewed in short time frame. The examples of no renewable energy sources are coal, natural gas, diesel,…

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  • SCIENCE

Why has the discovery of the existence of HeLa cells been so difficult for the Lacks family? Do…

Although one can only guess how Henrietta Lack’s family would have fared had she lived a longer life, one can appreciate how difficult it is for the family, when a mother dies very young and leaves…

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  • HISTORY

Before the Declaration of Independence, who did the colonists elect to make laws in the colonies?

Before the colonists declared independence with the Declaration of Independence, they elected people to the local government in the colonies. While voting was reserved for men who owned property,…

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  • MATH

What is an easy way to solve problems using the Binomial Theorem? Or could you explain how to do it?

You may use binomial theorem, by itself or combined with other theorems, to solve different problems. For example, you may write the number “e”, not only as a limit, but as a series, using binomial…

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  • HISTORY

Identify three ways the Great Depression impacted the American people

The Great Depression impacted the American people in a variety of ways, including increase in poverty, social fragmentation, collapse of government and social institutions. One way Americans were…

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  • HISTORY

Why is the automobile important to the history of the Roaring 20s?

The automobile was important to the history of the Roaring ‘20s for at least two reasons. One of these reasons was economic while the other had to do with culture and society. Economically, the…

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  • LITERATURE

In, “Fahrenheit 451,” what does Montage’s home look like?

We don’t get a lot of description about Montag’s house, but what we do get shows that it is a modern house with futuristic advances. One of the first descriptions we see is when Montag has to…

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  • HISTORY

Why did the Whigs and Democrats in the United States agree on Indian Removal? More specifically,…

I do not believe that the premise of this question is accurate. The Democrats and the Whigs did not really agree on Indian Removal. Instead, the Democrats were in favor of Indian Removal while…

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  • SCIENCE

Is it true that the more mass a material has, the greater the temperature?

Temperature is an intensive property of a material, which means, it is independent of the quantity (mass or volume) of material. That is to say, a substance will have the same temperature whether…

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  • SCIENCE

What is an apple made of?

Apples are made of a fleshy fruit on the inside that contains many things. There is a outer covering called the skin, or peeling. There is also a central portion which is harder, which contains…

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  • SCIENCE

The lithosphere, asthenosphere, inner core, and outer core areas of Earth are classified and…

The lithosphere, asthenosphere, inner core, and outer core of Earth are classified and divided into layers based on density differences. Density is defined as mass per unit volume. Substances…

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  • SCIENCE

which naming system you would use: a.acid or b.covalent 1 image

  1. is aqueous nitric acid, which is named according to the IUPAC system for acids: The ion name (nitrate) ends in -ate so the acid name ends in -ic. 2.  is anhydrous nitric…

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  • SCIENCE

Which naming system you would use? Acid or Covalent? 1 image

An acid is identified by its ability to donate protons or H+ ions readily. The addition of protons or hydrogen ions is what makes the solution more acidic and reduces its pH. In the given cases,…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

What is a quote that Jack speaks without the conch shell?

In chapter five, Ralph spends a great deal of time worried about how he can possibly maintain his leadership given his inability to think ahead of things and adapt to the changing situation. He…

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  • HISTORY

What was the Umayyad Principality in ancient Islam?

The Umayyad Principality, as you call it, is more typically known as the Umayyad Caliphate or the Umayyad Dynasty. This was a Muslim state that was powerful for almost 100 years starting in the…

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  • STEPHEN KING

What is a summary of “Quitters, Inc.”?

“Quitters, Inc.” is a short story by Stephen King which was published as a part of his book, Night Shift. It concerns a man named Dick Morrison who wants to quit smoking. He bumps into an old…

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  • HISTORY

What was the historical significance of universal male suffrage in the United States?

Universal male suffrage was an important concept and development in American politics. In the United States, men had to own property to be able to vote. This began to change in the 1800s. As…

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  • THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

In Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye, what is an example of Holden being hypocritical in chapters…

A hypocrite is someone who says one thing and does another. They are people who hold everyone up to their standards but may not live up to them themselves. Holden, being a very judgmental teenager,…

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  • THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER

In Poe’s “The Fall Of The House of Usher,” what does Roderick represent?

Understanding what Roderick represents in Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher” is a subjective exercise at best, based upon perceptions of readers and literary critics, for no one has the ability…

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  • THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER

What is Irving criticizing in The Devil and Tom Walker?

Washington Irving is critical of a number of different things in “The Devil and Tom Walker” including religious hypocrisy and avarice. However, the most central target of his criticisms is the…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

What does Ann Putnam mean when she tells Reverend Hale “There are wheels within wheels”?

Ann Putnam is referring to her belief that there must be witchcraft in Salem Village, because she thinks this is the only explanation for her inability to conceive or to bear a child who lives past…

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  • A ROOM OF ONE’S OWN

What problems does proliferation of male authored books and views about women pose

One of the biggest problems posed by the proliferation of male-authored texts is its subjectivity. A strictly male perspective does not given women a voice in literature, the purpose of Virginia…

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  • ONCE UPON A TIME

What are some quotes that support the theme Invasion of Privacy in the short story “Once Upon A…

The invasion of privacy represents the major family’s major fear in “Once Upon a Time.” The family fears that the outside world will invade their private world of happiness. This becomes the…

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  • SCHINDLER’S LIST

In Thomas Kenneally’s Schindler’s List, what is likable about Schindler himself, and why do the…

In the “Author’s Note” preceding his fictionalized biography of Oskar Schindler, the German businessman who ingratiated himself into the good graces of the German military hierarchy and who used…

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  • MATH

let the function f be differentiable on an interval I containing c. If f has a maximum value at…

Hello! This sounds very simple, and differentiability of f is not necessary. What does it mean by definition that “f has a maximum value on an interval I at x=c”? That for any  ,…

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  • HISTORY

Why did Germany ask the Allies for an armistice in November 1918?

Germany asked the Allies for an armistice (an agreement to stop fighting) rather than surrender, as they knew that they could no longer win the war, following a series of offensives earlier in…

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  • HISTORY

How would you characterize American foreign policy in the 1920s and 1930s?

I would say that American foreign policy in the 1920s was rather different from that of the 1930s. In the 1920s, the US undertook diplomatic endeavors that were meant to make another war…

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  • BECAUSE I COULD NOT STOP FOR DEATH—

How does the speaker feel about giving up her life? What proof from the poem can you offer?

The speaker doesn’t mind having lost her life. She was too busy her whole life, anyway–so busy, she could not stop for Death–and when Death came, she “had put away / [Her] labor and [her] leisure…

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  • HISTORY

What differentiated Franklin Roosevelt’s response to the Great Depression from that of Herbert…

Herbert Hoover and Franklin Roosevelt had very different responses to the Great Depression. President Hoover believed our economy goes through cycles. He believed we needed to wait things out, and…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

What is an allusion about love in the last half of Romeo and Juliet?

I don’t know if your assignment is looking for one in particular, but there are several. Romeo and Juliet in general is an allusion to the Greek story of the lovers Pyramus and Thisbe, who are…

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  • HISTORY

How was the history of the Native Americans impacted by the American Revolution?

Native American history was affected by the results of the American Revolution. Prior to the Revolutionary War, the British prevented the colonists from moving west of the Appalachian Mountains….

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  • DOWN THESE MEAN STREETS

Why do you think Ms. Washington specifically called the principal, “White man” in Juan Pedro…

Early in his autobiographical novel about growing up Puerto Rican-Cuban in the desperately poor community of Spanish Harlem in New York, Down These Mean Streets, author and former prison inmate…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the relationship between air pressure and air density?

Air pressure, or atmospheric pressure, is defined as the weight of air in Earth’s (or another planet’s) atmosphere. Pressure is a force exerted on or against an object by being in contact with a…

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  • SCIENCE

When 10.0 mL of a 0.1 M Cu+ solution are mixed with 1.0 mL of a 1.0 M Cl- solution, a precipitate…

According to the stoichiometry of this reaction the solubility product constant is:  =  This is the maximum amount of CuCl that will remain dissolved…

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  • A TALE OF TWO CITIES

What are significant events that happen in Book One: Recalled to Life of A Tale of Two Cities…

Book I of A Tale of Two Cities acts as an exposition for the plot and subplots. There are several significant events that happen in Book I that affect this plot and the mood of A Tale of Two…

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  • THE POETRY OF BARAKA

How does Baraka’s poem “An Agony. As Now.” compare to his poem “Black Art”?

“An Agony. As Now.” reflects the poet’s feelings of captivity and helplessness while “Black Art” is furious and pointedly divisive. The first was written in 1964, the second in 1966. As you can…

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  • HISTORY

Identify two results of the United States’s intervening in the revolution in Cuba.

Because I do not know what time period you want the effects to come from, I will discuss three effects of the US intervention in the Cuban rebellion against Spain. Two effects were rather…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

In The Great Gatsby, why does Gatsby tell Nick his parents are dead?

Gatsby tells Nick that his parents are dead because he does not want Nick or anyone else to know anything about his origins. He is clearly not from a wealthy family or background, and throughout…

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  • THE HOBBIT

What are the nights like in Mirkwood? Why can’t they light fires?

Sauron’s arrival greatly changes the Greenwood (also known as Greenwood the Great). This darkening, combined with the arrival of giant spiders, bats, and orcs, gives the forest a new name: the…

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