# What role did the Axis Powers play in WWII?

**THE PIGMAN**

**Where were the bad omens at the zoo?**

If you are talking about The Pigman, there are three omens that the character Lorraine sees when she goes to the zoo with Mr. Pignati and John. Lorraine feels uneasy throughout the trip, beginning…

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**LITERATURE**

**From the movie, Six Degrees of Separation, Given a particular set of constraints on the…**

Before beginning to answer your question, let me mention that the movie Six Degrees of Separation has many differences (some subtle and some not so subtle) from the play by Guare of the same name…

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**LITERATURE**

**What customs/norms/cultural codes are at play in the context (time/place) of the movie Six…**

Just as a disclaimer to the movie Six Degrees of Separation, just keep in mind that it is different from three other interpretations: the play by Guare, the true story about Hampton, and the…

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**LORD OF THE FLIES**

**From The Lord of the Flies, which quotes show that the boys, being immature, violent and…**

The boys attempt to set up their own society, but their immaturity and jealousy prevent this from being truly realized. Some examples of quotes that describe their violence and immaturity…

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**REFERENCE**

**I need help writing three different versions of a main claim, can someone help me please?…**

Radley Balko is a policy analyst with the Cato Institute, a libertarian public policy center in Washington, D.C. Libertarians, of course, are firm believers in minimal government involvement in…

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**MATH**

**How do you make the left side equal to the right side? (sinA-cosA/sinA) + (cosA-sinA/cosA) =…**

sinA−cosAsinA+cosA−sinAcosA=2−secAcscAsinA-cosAsinA+cosA-sinAcosA=2-secAcscA First, express the left side with same denominators. Since the LCD of these two fractions is sinAcosA, it becomes:

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**JANE AUSTEN**

**What was the reception of Jane Austen’s work at time it was written? For example, did people…**

Jane Austen lived and wrote during an age when women’s roles in society continued – as would be the case for many more decades – to be constrained by antiquated notions of gender inequality,…

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**DALLOWAY**

**An in-depth explanation as to which of the three seems to be the most modernist novel: Mrs….**

While all three novels are Modernist in their approach, with narratives cast in first person, plots concerned with the ills of society after World War I, themes of disillusionment and…

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**MATH**

**The sum of three consecutive number is fifty seven. Find the numbers.**

Let x be the first number. So, the second and third numbers are represented by the expressions x+1 and x+2, respectively. Then, to set-up the equation, take the sum of these three numbers.

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**MATH**

**The sum of Bob, Mary and Sues age is fifty nine. Bob is twice Sue’s age. Mary is one year younger…**

In the problem, the age of Bob and Mary are being compared to Sue’s age. So let x be the age of Sue. Then, express in math form the given conditions. For the condition “Bob is twice Sue’s age”, its…

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**MATH**

**A rectangle has a perimeter of 40 feet. The length is 4 feet longer than the width. Find the…**

In the problem, the length is being compared to the width. So, let x be the width of the rectangle. width = x Then, express in math form the condition “the length is 4 ft longer than the width”….

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**BRIGHTON ROCK**

**What is Colleoni’s influence in Graham Greene’s Brighton Rock? Your website has virtually nothing…**

The reason the eNotes summary for Graham Greene’s novel Brighton Rock provides little information on the character of Colleoni is because the mob boss’s presence is felt well-beyond the…

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**MATH**

**Find the indefinite integral ∫2sec(x)−1dx∫2sec(x)-1dx**

The integral ∫2secx−1dx∫2secx-1dx has to be determined. ∫2secx−1dx∫2secx-1dx= ∫2(1cosx)−1dx∫2(1cosx)-1dx = ∫21−cosxcosxdx∫21-cosxcosxdx = ∫2⋅cosx1−cosxdx∫2⋅cosx1-cosxdx =

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**MATH**

**Find the indefinite integral ∫(tan(x))(ln(cos(x)))dx∫(tan(x))(ln(cos(x)))dx**

To solve, apply u-substitution method. Let, u=ln(cosx)u=ln(cosx) Then, differentiate u. du=1cosx⋅(−sinx)dxdu=1cosx⋅(-sinx)dx du=−tanxdxdu=-tanxdx −du=tanxdx-du=tanxdx So, expressing the integrand in terms of u, it becomes:…

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**MATH**

**Find the indefinite integral ∫53ex−2dx∫53ex-2dx**

The integral ∫53⋅ex−2dx∫53⋅ex-2dx has to be determined. Let 3⋅ex−2=y3⋅ex-2=y dydx=3⋅ex=y+2dydx=3⋅ex=y+2 ∫53⋅ex−2dx∫53⋅ex-2dx = ∫5y⋅(y+2)dy∫5y⋅(y+2)dy 1y⋅(y+2)=Ay+By+21y⋅(y+2)=Ay+By+2

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**MATH**

**A bungee cord is 30.0 m long and, when stretched a distance x, it exerts a restoring force of…**

The best equation to use for solving this problem is Hooke’s Law. Hooke’s law is based around elasticity of springs and other “elastic” materials such as a bungee cord. The equation uses the force…

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**MATH**

**Show that if A is both diagonalizable and invertible, then so is A inverse.**

The fact that A is invertible means that all the eigenvalues are non-zero. If A is diagonalizable, then, there exists matrices M and N such that A=MNM−1A=MNM-1 . Taking the inverse of both sides of…

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**MATH**

**A is a 7 x 7 matrix with three eigenvalues. One eigenspace is two-dimensional, and one of the…**

A matrix is diagonalizable if it is similar to a diagonal matrix. For an n x n diagonalizable matrix, the sum of the dimensions of its eigenspaces must equal n. The two given eigenspaces – 2D and…

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**MATH**

**Find the indefinite integral ∫sin(x)cos(x)−−−−−√dx∫sin(x)cos(x)dx**

Find ∫sin(x)cos(x)−−−−−√dx∫sin(x)cos(x)dx We can use substitution: Let u=cos(x), then du=-sin(x)dx. So we can rewrite the integrand as: ∫−u−12du∫-u-12du Now we van use the general power rule (since

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**MATH**

**A is a 4 x 4 matrix with three eigenvalues. One eigenspace is one-dimensional, and one of the…**

A matrix is diagonalizable if it is similar to a diagonal matrix. For an n x n diagonalizable matrix, the sum of the dimensions of its eigenspaces must equal n. If a matrix is 4 x 4, the sum of…

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**MATH**

**Seven and one-half foot-pounds of work is required to compress a spring 2 inches from its natural…**

To compress a spring 2 inches from its natural length we need 7.5 ft/pounds, or 7.5*12 = 90 inch/pounds. Therefore from Hooke’s Law: ∫20kxdx=90∫02kxdx=90 k222−k022=90k222-k022=90 k = 45 Therefore…

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**MATH**

**Use the shell method to find the volume of the solid generated by revolving the plane region…**

y=x−−√y=x y=0y=0 x=4x=4 Axis of revolution x=6x=6 Graph the given equations to determine the bounded region. (Note: The blue curve is the graph of y=sqrtx. The green line is the graph of y=0….

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**MATH**

**Find the volume of the solid generated by revolving the region bounded by the graphs of the…**

y=9−x2y=9-x2 y=0y=0 x=2x=2 x=3x=3 First, graph the given equations to determine the bounded region formed by their graphs. (Note: The blue curve is the graph of y=9-x^2. The red line is the graph…

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**MATH**

**Set up and evaluate the definite integral that gives the area of the region bounded by the graph…**

First we need to find equation of the tangent line which we can do by using the following formula: y=f'(x0)(x−x0)+y0y=f′(x0)(x-x0)+y0 In our case f'(x)=y’=3×2−2f′(x)=y′=3×2-2 f'(−1)=3(−1)2−2=1f′(-1)=3(-1)2-2=1 By plugging that into…

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**THE RISE OF DAVID LEVINSKY**

**Did the education system fail David Levinsky?**

The educations system truly did fail David Levinsky both in Russia and in America. Let’s look at both in order to answer your question fully. In Russia, Levinsky loses the draw of education when…

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**HISTORY**

**In what ways did land warfare develop in the years after 1945? Include: tanks, missiles and tactics.**

The evolution of land warfare post-World War II needs to be examined from two main perspectives, that of the United States Army, and that of the Armed Forces of the Soviet Union. The reason for…

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**THE ROCKING-HORSE WINNER**

**What is the main conflict in the story “The Rocking-Horse Winner”?**

The main conflict in the story is the mother’s inability to accept responsibility for her own happiness and also her false belief that money will supplant love and provide happiness for her. She…

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**BUSINESS**

**Suppose you attend a meeting at work to discuss whether to change the price of your product. You…**

Yes, it does matter whether demand is elastic or not when discussing price. After all, the whole point of inelasticity is that the demand exists irrespective of price because the product is…

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**THE BUDDHA IN THE ATTIC**

**There are two collective ‘we’ narrators in the course of the novel. How would you describe them?…**

Throughout most of the novel, Otsuka’s collective “we” refers to the Japanese picture brides who travel to the United States. As Otsuka stated in an interview, the collective voice allows her to…

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**BUSINESS**

**Analyze the five pillars of management: leadership, communication, negotiation, motivation, and…**

I want to begin this answer by saying that you should be careful using a phrase such as the “five pillars of management” just because if you do extensive research on the subject you will come up…

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**LITERATURE**

**What is the summary of the short story House Taken Over, and what theme is it? Also, who are the…**

House Taken Over is a short story written by Julio Cortazar. It is set in Buenos Aires and it centers around a brother and his sister. The brother is the narrator and is unnamed, his sister is…

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**THE CATCHER IN THE RYE**

**In Catcher in the Rye, why doesn’t Phoebe want Holden to leave?**

This is such an interesting way to word this question just because it’s usually stated in reference to Holden instead of Phoebe. Usually the reader wonders why Holden gets angry at Phoebe….

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**THE LADY OF SHALOTT**

**How would I compare John Keat’s poem ‘On the Sea’ and Alfred Tennyson’s ‘Lady of Shallot’, in…**

Both poems essentially focus on the ideal of the artist/poet to indulge his/her talent and find inspiration in nature. It seems though, that Keat’s poem focuses more on a universal theme: man’s…

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**LAW AND POLITICS**

**How does democracy represent the will of the people when the people do not execute their own will?**

Democracy represents the will of the people because the people actually vote over problems and bills. However, in a representative democracy, which is what is in the United States, the people do…

**ARTS**

**How has art changed since the invention of the internet?**

Art has changed drastically since the invention of the internet. For one, a lot more artworks are now being created digitally. There are programs designed to create “paintings” on a computer that…

**MATH**

**What does the standard deviation tell me about my data?**

The standard deviation of a set of data points is a measure for expressing the spread of the data about their (sample) mean. It is the square root of the variance of the data about their mean. The…

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**SCIENCE**

**What do chemists do for a living?**

Nowadays, many chemists are employed to operate a range of devices that can be used to identify unknown substances. One of the most widely used, High Performance Liquid Chromatography, is tied to a…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**What is a good idea for a research paper in the field of social sciences?**

A very interesting topic within social sciences is “social identity.” It describes the process through which individuals acquire their identity. For example, there is the case of “us versus them.”…

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**HISTORY**

**What led to the involvement of the Americans in WWI?**

The United States entered WWI for two main reasons – the sinking of the Lusitania and the Zimmerman Telegram. Of course, the U.S. also entered the war to assist its allies as well as fight for…

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**LITERATURE**

**What were some “bestselling” novels in the early 19th century?**

The entire 19th century was one hundred years worth of discovery, new ideas, and change. Many people were beginning to step out of the “Christian norm” that most of many societies, such as…

**RELIGION**

**Has religion historically brought peace, or conflict?**

Historically, religion has been a source of peace and hope for millions but also a source of conflict. As a source of peace, religion has contributed to better coping mechanisms and mental health…

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**HEALTH**

Cholera can be treated. Only about 5-10% of people infected with cholera may require treatment. Treatment occurs through rehydration therapy, antibiotics, and zinc. Cholera causes people to become…

**LAW AND POLITICS**

**Why do some countries have prime ministers, while others have presidents?**

Well that depends on the type of government in the country Some countries have decided on electing a president who will have all the power while others have decided on electing a PM. For example,…

**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**What are some fields I can go into with a degree in sociology?**

Sociology is the study of the development, structure, and functioning of human society. Mostly, sociologists study human interaction, and it has a wide range, from crime to religion. As you can see…

**BUSINESS**

**What is a good industry to get into if I want to start a business?**

This is a tough question. There are so many different possibilities as to what you can do if you want to start a business that you could do literally anything in the entire world. I definitely…

**ARTS**

**What role does art play in our modern lives?**

“Art is looking at things carefully.” William Saroyan When the world insists that scientific logic is the only epistemology, and when the “Free Enterprise System” dictates the worth…

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**SCIENCE**

In Physics, force is defined as a vector quantity that is able to change the speed of kinematic state (motion or rest), of a body or that may cause deformation in bodies. When we want to change the…

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**HISTORY**

**What role did the Axis Powers play in WWII?**

The Axis Powers in World War II mainly consisted of Germany, Italy, Japan, and smaller countries that sided with them (such as Hungary and Romania). The Axis Powers main goal in WWII was to, first…

**JANE EYRE**

**Who is the main antagonist in Jane Eyre?**

There doesn’t seem to be any one antagonist in Jane Eyre. Jane comes across many over the course of the book, beginning with Jane’s aunt and her cousin John. John torments Jane throughout her…

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**MATH**

**Tomas has a bag of 200 hard candies. Suppose he chooses a candy without looking. There is 25%…**

# of candies: 200 chance of choosing a cherry candy: 25% or 25/100 or 0.25 or 1/4 200*0.25=50 cherry candies You need to multiply 200 by 0.25 or 1/4 to figure out how many cherry candies are in the…

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