What is your opinion on abortion?

What is your opinion on abortion?

• SCIENCE

What are some white-leaved Senecio bicolor adaptations?

An adaptation is a mechanism that provides an organism a way to deal with existence in an environment that it would normally struggle in. The use of color in the white-leafed Dusty Miller Senecio…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Highlight ten factors that can affect tourism demand and I will develop them myself.

Here are ten factors that may affect tourism and brief descriptions of each. 1. Weather- A tourist’s preference for weather is a big factor in their decision to visit somewhere. If a person…

• GUY DE MAUPASSANT

What is the satirical art of Maupassant’s work?

An excellent example of de Maupassant’s satire can be found in his short story The Necklace. In the story, Mathilde constantly complains of being poor and feels she deserves more because she is so…

• SCIENCE

How to read a measurement in ruler

Rulers are used to measure the length of an object in either centimeters or inches. Metric rules use centimeters. English rulers use inches. Regardless of the unit that is being used, the first…

• SCIENCE

Describe an experiment which you could use to support the theory behind positive phototropism….

Phototropism is the movement of plant in response to light. Positive phototropism refers to movement towards light, while negative phototropism means movement of plant away from the light. It has…

• MATH

Find the resultant force of 10N due East and 8N due West

We can do this like a number line problem. 10 N due east would be like +10. 8 N due west would be like -8. To find the resultant, we add these together. So, 10 + -8 = 2 So, the resultant would be 2…

• BUD, NOT BUDDY

In Bud, Not Buddy why did the people in the food line pretend that Bud’s name was Clarence?

In Chapter Six of Bud, Not Buddy, Bud accidentally oversleeps and is late to line up at the mission for his breakfast. By the time that he arrives, the line is already two blocks long. As Bud waits…

• THE BEAR

Discuss the title of the play The Bear?

The title The Bear comes straight from the play as a reference to Smirnov by Popova. Popova claimed that Smirnov was a crude man who did not know how to treat women. POPOVA. You don’t know how to…

• THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

In the Merchant of Venice, what four things does Shylock say he would do to a Christian?

The only reference in the play about what Shylock shall do to a Christian is when he refers to Antonio. He mentions that he will take revenge on him for the injustices he feels Antonio had done to…

• MATH

How to find the minimum value of a function f(x)=x^2-5 ?

Hello! As you know, x2x2 is always greater than zero or is equal to zero. And it is equal to zero only at x=0.x=0. Therefore f(x)=x2−5f(x)=x2-5 is always ≥−5≥-5 and it is equal to −5-5 only at x=0.x=0. So…

• LITERATURE

In regards to Emily Dickinson’s “Hope is the thing with feathers, where does Hope live? Why is it…

In “‘Hope’ is the thing with feathers,” Emily Dickinson compares hope to a bird which “perches” (2) in the soul, and is “sweetest – in the Gale – is heard -” (5). Thus, hope is most powerful in…

• LAW AND POLITICS

How can I compare the political systems of two states? I have to use at least four dimensions of…

Although it is slightly ambiguous, I will assume the question isn’t specifically referring to the US. Hence, by “states,” the question is not referring to US states (e.g. Ohio, California, etc.),…

• THE WAR OF THE WALL

Who is Jimmy Lyons in “The War of the Wall” by Toni Cade Bambara?

In “The War of the Wall” by Toni Cade Bambara, Jimmy Lyons was a young man from the neighborhood where the narrator lives. He had gone off to fight in the Vietnam War and was killed. The kids had…

• A DOLL’S HOUSE

What are the turning points in A Doll’s House?

In literature, a “turning point” is when the plot crisis leads to a moment of decision that turns the plot direction and that makes the upcoming climax inevitable. There can be minor turning points…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

Why does Ralph complain about the fact that Jack’s hunters “came back hours ago” and have been…

1. At this point in “The Lord of the Flies,” the boys have created a set of rules and have begun a system necessary for survival. Ralph has been voted chief and wants the boys to work on collecting…

• SCIENCE

When I make a cup of coffee by mixing coffee and hot water to make a solution is there a process…

Yes. You are describing the process of preparing a cup of instant coffee. When you mix water and instant coffee, a physical change occurs. The coffee solids are dissolved and suspended in the…

• EPICURUS

Discuss the following claim : the moral philosophy of the Epicureans added little, if anything,…

Aristotle, like most of the ancient Greeks, was concerned with defining happiness (eudaimonia). It must be clarified, at the outset, that the Greeks did not take “happiness” to be mere subjective…

• DOMBEY AND SON

What is the significance of Henry James’ and Walter Besant’s arguments in their essays “The Art…

In The Art of Fiction controversy, Henry James discusses his departure from Walter Besant’s arguments about the true purposes of the novel. For example, James rejects the notion that a novel should…

• FEUDALISM

How was society in Medieval Europe organized?

The main form of organization of medieval society was known as “feudalism.” Within this system, people were divided into three “estates”, the nobility, the clergy, and commoners. Society in this…

• HISTORY

What is your opinion of World War II?

This is an excellent question for a history student, because hidden in the question is the need to assess the veracity of secondary historical documentation. In other words, one’s “opinion”…

• OF MICE AND MEN

How does Steinbeck present the character of Curley in chapter 2 Of Mice and Men?

Steinbeck present Curley as a bully in chapter 2 in Of Mice and Men. At that moment a young man came into the bunk house; a thin young man with a brown face, with brown eyes and a head of…

• SCIENCE

How is ultrasonic sound used in industry?

Ultrasonic sound, also known as ultrasound, is produced by sound waves that have frequencies so high that they cannot be heard by the human ear. Explanations of four applications of ultrasonic…

• LITERATURE

What compelled Nicholas to enter the lumber room?

Nicholas was being punished for placing a frog in his bread and milk in the morning. He was not to go to the beach with the other children, and he was not to play in the gooseberry garden. His…

• SELF-RELIANCE

What does Emerson suggest regarding nonconformity? How does this view conflict with Romans 12:2?

Ralph Waldo Emerson was a transcendentalist meaning that he believed humans were inherently good, and that society and its institutions corrupted this purity. By nonconformity, Emerson meant to…

• A SMALL, GOOD THING

What is the meaning of this quote: “It was like daylight under the florescent trays of light.”…

Daylight is a conventional symbol for a new beginning, hope, understanding, having passed through the darkness of sorrow, and a positive movement in life; light in Raymond Carver’s “A Small Good…

• PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

How is Obama represented in Media?

The main thing you need to realize is that there are thousands of different media outlets across the entire world and each of them has its own point of view, although some are more reliable than…

• AN ESSAY ON CRITICISM

Please give an analysis of lines 297-300 of Alexander Pope’s An Essay on Criticism, Part Two….

The lines to which you are referring in Alexander Pope’s “An Essay on Criticism” are: 297 With gold and jewels cover ev’ry part, 298 And hide with Ornaments their want of art. 299 True wit is…

• A TALE OF TWO CITIES

How did the French Revolution begin?

The French Revolution was an outgrowth of the Age of Enlightenment, when human reason took precedence over the teachings of the church and the power of the monarchy and nobility. Prior to this…

• SCIENCE

What are some basic reasons for studying anatomy?

Anatomy is the study of the body’s external and internal structures and functions. Studying human anatomy is beneficial for the following reasons. 1. Medical professions- In order to treat patient…

• HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE

In the play How I Learned To Drive by Paula Vogel, who is Cousin Bobby, and how does he fit into…

In the play How I Learned To Drive, Cousin Bobby, also know as B.B. for “Blue Balls,” is the protagonist Li’l Bit’s cousin. He has no lines in the play and is essentially a flat, static character….

• FRANKENSTEIN

Describe Victor’s relationship with his father in the novel Frankenstein. Do they have a…

The character of Victor Frankenstein is deeply flawed. He tends to blur lines in every aspect of his life, including his desires, wishes, and even his relationships, based on his affection towards…

• ROMEO AND JULIET

How can I write a thesis statement about how Romeo and Juliet are infatuated with each other and…

First, check out the link I included. There is a nice discussion on love vs. infatuation. The irony of using this quote is that it is the only time that anyone shows something like love. Shortly…

• WAR IS KIND

What is the meaning of “War is Kind”?

Stephen Crane’s “War is Kind” is an ironic–even satiric at times–meditation in free verse upon the cruelties, waste, and senselessness of war. Replete with verbal irony [saying one thing, but…

• SCIENCE

How do people working in medical imaging make sure they are not exposed to dangerous levels of…

Healthcare professionals who work in the medical imaging area of healthcare run the risk of developing cancer as a result of their prolonged exposure to high energy radiation. To prevent this from…

• SCIENCE

How were CFCs discovered as the cause of the ozone depletion?

In the 1970’s, scientist Mario Molina set out to discover exactly what happened to the copious amounts of chloroflourocarbons (CFCs) that had been released into the atmosphere since their invention…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Compare Scout and Atticus to Burris and Bob Ewell. What can we conclude about the relationship…

In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, we see two distinct parent-child relationships that couldn’t be in sharper contrast to each other. The relationship between Scout and her father, Atticus, is one…

• KING LEAR

What is the meaning of Sharper than serpents tooth is ungrateful child from King Lear?

This quote comes from Act 1, scene 4 of William Shakespeare’s King Lear as the titular Lear laments that his children, more specifically his daughter Goneril, are inherently ungrateful. Lear…

• CONTENTS OF THE DEAD MAN’S POCKET

In Jack Finney’s short story Contents of the Dead Man’s Pockets, how does the sheet of yellow…

The setting in Jack Finney’s short story Contents of the Dead Man’s Pockets is established early, but incrementally. What we learn very early in Finney’s story is that it is cool or cold outside,…

• THE STORY OF MY LIFE

What happens to Miss Sullivan’s character during The Story of My Life by Helen Keller?

The Story of My Life is Helen Keller’s autobiography. She wrote the book to record the events of her life up until she was in her early twenties and in college. Annie Sullivan arrived in Alabama…

• ESSAY LAB

How can I start off an essay about me?

Personal essays can begin in a variety of different ways, and choosing the best method to start can depend on the subject matter. Before starting the essay, it helps to consider what topic the…

• REFERENCE

What is your opinion on abortion?

Abortion is one of those topics where feelings and emotions of every kind surface. I have very mixed feelings on abortion. Those who callously use it as a form of birth control are way over the…

• SCIENCE

What is the difference between Pasteurization and Sterilization?

Pasteurization and sterilization are two methods of prolonging the life of food items by inactivating or killing microbes that would otherwise cause spoilage of food. However, there are a number of…

• HOMELESSNESS

Where can I find information on ways to reduce homelessness?

Homelessness is often defined as those who have no fixed, adequate and regular nighttime residence or those whose night residence is a shelter. Some studies have shown that most of the homeless in…

• SCIENCE

Of all the species of sea turtles affected by the Gulf oil spill, the Kemp’s Ridley sea turtle stood to be impacted the most. It was the most endangered species in the world, and adding an oil…

• IN ANOTHER COUNTRY

In Ernest Hemingway’s “In Another Country,” how does the author convey events and emotions?

In order to understand Ernest Hemingway’s writing one must know more about his philosophy. Hemingway endeavored to write truthfully and often said he wanted to write “one true sentence.” Hemingway…

• REFERENCE

Discuss how I could go about answering the following question: How would you rate the experiences…

Any answer to this question will require you to engage in some reflective thought. You need to talk about your own experiences with these diversity and how you personally feel about them. Have you…

• THE VENDOR OF SWEETS

In The Vendor of Sweets, the relationship between the father and the son seems not to be all…

In The Vendor of Sweets, the generation gap between father and son strains their relationship. When Mali speaks reproachfully to his father that “Oh, these are not the days of your ancestors”…

• OF MICE AND MEN

In chapter 3 of Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men, what can you say was a moment of pity?

The biggest event in Chapter 3 is the execution of Candy’s old dog. Carlson is insisting that the dog must die. Candy is putting up a feeble defense, but he has everybody in the bunkhouse against…

• REFERENCE

Name five materials you use daily that are not chemically changed from their natural states.

1. Salt- For cooking, I use salt that comes from natural sources like seawater or from underground mines. 2. Wood- I live in a house built primarily of wood, and even the handle of my toothbrush is…