What is the relationship between language and social context?

# What is the relationship between language and social context?

• MATH

Determine the reminder of P(x) division to Q(x), if P(x) = x^2002 + 2x^2000 – 5x^5 -10x^2 +2 and…

We assume P(x)/Q(x) = quotient h(x) + A/(x-1)+Bx+C/(x+1)^2………….(1), where P(x) = x^2002 + 2x^2000 – 5x^5 -10x^2 +2 and Q(x) = (x-1)(x+1)^2. Now multiply both sides by Q(x) and we get:…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is the relationship between language and social context?

There are many different approaches to this question, but one of the most obvious ways into thinking about the issues inherent here is to think about society and culture and how language relates…

• MATH

If S=1+1/2+(1/2^2)+…+(1/2^2008), S real number demonstrate that S is the bracket(1;2).

We’ve noticed that we have an addition of the terms of a geometrical progression with the ration q = 1/2. We know that the sum of n terms of a geometrical progression is written in this way: Sn =…

• AS YOU LIKE IT

What is Touchstone’s importance in the play As You Like It and how does he brings humor in the…

Touchstone, like all of the various fools in Shakespeare’s plays is an important character for several reasons. The fool has a powerful voice; he can say anything that comes into his mind, because…

• MATH

Calculate f'(x), x belongs to ( 0, infinite) if f:(o,infinite)->R, f(x) = 1/(x+1) +…

f(x)=1/(x+1) + ln (2x+1)/(2x+3) We know that lnx/y = lnx-lny ==> f= 1/(x+1) + ln(2x+1) -ln (2x+3) Now let us detrmine f'(x): f'(x) = -1/(x+1)^2 + 2/(2x+1) -2/(2x+3)

• THE TYGER

How do the sound effects in William Blake’s poem “The Tyger” help to contribute to the theme of…

William Blake wrote “The Tyger” 1794 and published it in a book of poetry Songs of Experience. The language of the poem makes the it easy to read; however, the poem is steeped in rhetorical…

In the poem “The Ballad of Birmingham,” what are the obvious types of social conflicts?

In Randall’s “The Ballad of Birmingham,” the obvious social conflict is racial discrimination. In the poem, there is a reference to a freedom march which is an allusion to the freedom marches led…

• SCIENCE

Activity to show difference in compressibility of three states of matter.the activity including…

What I do in my class to show the differences in the compressibility of matter is to use large syringes with caps. I get large syringes (60 cc) and in one I place water, in one I place fine sand,…

• AS YOU LIKE IT

How is As You Like It a romantic pastoral comedy? Give reasons for each part.

As You Like It is considered to be a romantic pastoral comedy, one of Shakespeare’s most light-hearted plays. It is a romantic comedy in that it ends in multiple marriages: Rosalind and Orlando;…

• WOMEN IN LITERATURE

Who were the most important American female writers between 1865 to 1912?How these female writers…

For readership, posterity and sheer popularity I would say Emily Dickenson and Louisa May Alcott.

• REFERENCE

How can i find cheap hotels in Atlantic city ?

I think that this is one area where the internet has become so dominant. It used to be that people could go to a travel agent or some other booking resource and be able to find a cheap hotel or…

• THE ROCKING-HORSE WINNER

Identify the speaker, plot and significance of the following quotes, from “The Rocking-Horse…

1. This quote is referring to the voices in the house that whisper “there must be more money,” and symbolizes the parents’ constant desire to have more wealth. The speaker is the narrator of the…

• THE THINGS THEY CARRIED

Give an example of these literary terms–paradox, dramatic irony, allusion, and ambiguity–from…

The creative story “The Things They Carried” by Tim O’Brien was written as a tribute to the men O’Brien served with in the Vietnam War. However, it is a work of fiction. The title…

• EVERYTHING THAT RISES MUST CONVERGE

What and where are dramatic irony, allusion, paradox and ambiguity in “Everything That Rises Must…

Flannery O’Connor was a master of irony in her short stories. In Everything that Rises Must Converge, there is irony in the character of Julian. Although the story is narrated in the third…

• WHY I LIVE AT THE P.O.

Discuss the story “Why I Live at the P.O.” by Eudora Welty.

A perfect example of a dysfunctional family can be found in “Why I Live at the P.O.” by Eudora Welty. In this kind of family, the individuals feel isolated even in the confines of the family….

• AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY

How is Dreiser’s AMERICAN TRAGEDY similar to the novels of English author Thomas Hardy? What is…

Both novelists write in the Realism/Naturalism genre which focuses on the stark reality of life without any embellishments. Realistic novels show life for what it really is for the common people…

• THE ABSOLUTELY TRUE DIARY OF A PART-TIME INDIAN

Why do you think Spokane Indian Reservation and Reardan was chosen for this particular storyline?

Sherman Alexie has used the Spokane Indian Reservation as the setting for many of his stories, particularly in The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven and its movie counterpart Smoke Signals….

• HISTORY

With regard to Tacitus, what do different historians have to say about his view of the principate…

Tacitus wrote about all the corruption and hypocricy of his day. Because he lived mostly under the emperor Domitian he knew firsthand the emperor’s tyranny, corruption, and decadence. He was…

• SCIENCE

What is the evolution of reptiles?and where did they come from?

Reptiles evolved from early land amphibians called Labyrinthodonts. This ancestor gave rise to four different groups of animals. The diapsids became dinosaurs, birds, and present day reptiles. I’ve…

Do you think time motion and work study has relevance on shop floor today? you may discuss this…

The utility of time and motion study has diminished to some extent with use of highly automated production equipments and processes. As a result of this kind of increasing automation, the…

• SCIENCE

What happens on the cristae and in the matrix of mitchondria?

The mitochondria are where cellular respiration takes place so they are the energy factories of the cell. The mitochondria produce energy for the cells in the form of ATP and produce chemical…

• MATH

How do u find the Maximum and the period of y=3sin1/3x? And what is the…

First you need to find the first derivative (y’)of the function. Then the zeros of y’ will be the extreme points of y. First let us determine y’: y= 3sin(1/3)x y’= 3(1/3)cos(1/3)x= cos(1/3)x Now…

• HISTORY

Why was the Bill of Rights added to the Constitution?

The Bill of Rights (the first ten amendments to the Constitution) was added to the Constitution of the United States as a compromise between the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists. They were…

• THE KILLER ANGELS

How is the issue of slavery dealt with by the characters in The Killer Angels?

The main concentration of Michael Shara’s Pulitzer Prize winning book The Killer Angels is on the development of the battle situation at Gettysburg in 1863, and how that plays out in the first part…

• POETRY

May I please have some help analysing the poem, Green Beret by Ho Thien?…

The surface meaning of the poem is about a Vietnamese village boy’s experience with the American troops during the conflict in his nation. There is an obvious clash of cultures within the battle…

• SEABISCUIT: AN AMERICAN LEGEND

What are some themes in Seabiscuit?How are they used in the book?

Hillenbrand’s Seabiscuit is definitely a story about the “underdog” overcoming the odds. In the book, Hillenbrand charts the stories of major players in Seabiscuit’s story, namely Charles Howard,…

• PORPHYRIA’S LOVER

What happens in “Porphyeria’s Lover” by Robert Browning? How did you react to these events?

In this poem, set in the mid 1800’s (probably around 1834 in England, where it was written), a man is waiting in his cottage for his loved one to come to him. She is a wealthy woman who had been…

• GWENDOLYN BROOKS

What are some of the associations you apply to the words and images of the poem “The Bean Eaters”…

It is a rather bleak picture of a poor, lonely couple that Gwendolyn Brooks portrays in her poem, “The Bean Eaters.” Unable to afford meat, the old “yellow pair,” African-Americans who have not…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

In a short paragraph, explain why the Senate can function effectively with a few more informal…

I am not sure that this is still true since the Senate has gotten to be more contentious lately, however… The main reason why this is true can be found in the number of members in the two houses….

• IN REFERENCE TO HER CHILDREN, 23 JUNE 1659

What reassurance does Bradstreet give her grown children?

In Anne Bradstreet’s poem, “In Reference to Her Children, 23 June 1659,” Mrs. Bradstreet, in recalling all the experiences of her children’s youth as the metaphor of little birds in her nest, the…

• HISTORY

How does the style of the Declaration of Independence compare with that of the Constitution?Why…

This is a very good question. Written in 1776 near the outset of the American Revolution, the style of the Declaration of Independence reflects the sense of urgency of the time and place it was…

• HISTORY

When was it legal for mixed races to Marry in the United States?Legal Regulation of…

In June 12, 1967, the Supreme Court made the ruling that interracial marriages are legal (Loving v.Virginia). This ruling did include all races. Prior to this ruling the individual states in…

• A VERY OLD MAN WITH ENORMOUS WINGS

How does Garcia Marquez’s use of setting contribute to the Magical Realism or of creating a…

The merging of fantastic elements with realistic detail, blurring the reader’s ability to discern the usual distinctions is what is known as Magical Realism. The village of “A Very Old Man with…

• MATH

Factor the following monomial -6p^3 q^2

-6*p^3 * q*2 To factor it: = -1*2*3*p*p*p*q*q.

• MATH

n/3-5=-15

n/3 -5 = -15 Add 5: n/3 = -15+5 n/3= -10 Now multiply by 3: n= -10(3) = -30 ==> n= -30 To check: Substitute with n = -30 n/3 -5 = -15 -30/3 -5 = -15 -10 -5 = -15 -15 = -15

• MATH

t/4-5=7

t/4 -5 = 7 Add 5: t/4 = 7+5 t/4= 12 Now multiply by 4: t= 12(4) = 48 To check: t/4 -5 = 7 Substitute with t= 48 48/4 -5 = 7 12 -5 = 7 7=7

• MATH

x/6-8=-14

I am not sure is your question is (x/6) -8 = -14 or x/(6-8) = -14 I will solve either way: (x/6) -8 = -14 Add 8 : (x/6) = -14 +8 x/6 = -6 Multiply by 6: x= -6(6) =-36 Now if the question is:…

• DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

Compare the literary style of the Declaration of Independence with the Constitution. Explain why…

I have always seen both documents as two complements to the equation of colonial freedom. The Declaration of Independence is true to its name. As a Declaration, it is comprised of rhetoric and…

• MATH

Name the property shown by the following statement 9x+0=9x is it cummutive property of addition…

9x+0 = 9x. 0 is the identity element of addition. Therefore 9x+0 = 0+9x = 9x is the commutative property of addition of the identity element of addition.

• ARTS

How we could criticise J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings from its gerne which is a high…

Lord of the Rings is very well received by readers and within fantasy literature community but this is not the case with literary critics. Despite the fact that it is an immensly popular work it…

• MATH

Which are the values for x, if lg(x-1)+lg(6x-5)=2?

lg(x-1) + lg(6x-5) =2 We know that lgx + lgy = lg(xy) ==> lg(x-1) + lg(6x-5) = 2 ==> lg(x-1)(6x-5) = 2 ==> lg(6x^2-11x +5)= lg100 ==> 6x^2 -11x +5 = 100 ==> 6x^2 -11x -95=0…

• MATH

Determine the equation of the line that passes through the point A(6,4) and it is perpendicular…

A line perpendicular to ax+by+c = 0 is of the form bx+ay+k = 0. So the line perpendicular to 2x-3y+1 = 0 is of the form 3x-(-2)y+k = 0. Or 3x+2y+k = 0. Since this line passes through A(6,4), the…

• MATH

Calculate the length of the median from A, in the triangle ABC. A(-2,-1), B(2,0), C(0,6).

To calculate the length of a segment, we have to know the coordinates of the endpoints of the segment. In this case, we know the coordinates of one endpoint, which is A. But we know that the…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

There are several ways to improve self confidence in communication. I think that in terms of being able to feel more comfortable with the concept of speaking in public, practicing in front of a…

• MATH

Determine m if the length of the line that passes through the points A(2,m) and B(m,-2), to be 4.

To find the coordinate m, we have to calculate the length of the segment AB: AB = sqrt[(xB-xA)^2 + (yB-yA)^2] AB = sqrt[(m-2)^2 + (-2-m)^2] But, from enunciation, AB=4 4 = sqrt[(m-2)^2 + (-2-m)^2]…

• ODE TO THE WEST WIND

Describe the second stanza of the poem “Ode to the West Wind” by Percy Bysshe Shelley.

The second stanza of “Ode to the West Wind” must really be understood and described in context of the first and third stanzas. This is because the punctuation divides stanzas one from two by a…

• MACBETH

Why was James I especially interested in witchcraft?

Concerning James I and witchcraft, I can tell you what textbooks used to teach Brit. Lit. say about the subject. In other words, I am not an expert on this and haven’t done research on it, and…

• MATH

Write the fraction as an expression using a negetive exponont other that -1 1/1000

1/1000 = 1/ (10)^3 = (10)-3 OR: 1/1000= 1/(10)^3= 1/(2*5)^3 = 1/(2)^3 (5)^3 = (2^-3)(5^-3)

• POETRY

Explain the meaning of the line, “Laugh and be merry together like brothers akin” in the poem…

Laugh and be merry together, like brothers akin,Guesting awhile in the rooms of a beautiful inn,Glad till the dancing stops, and the lilt of the music ends. These are some of the last lines of…