What were some major points in Luther’s 95 Theses?

What were some major points in Luther’s 95 Theses?

  • SCIENCE

a 15.0 g marble is dropped from rest onto the floor 1.44m below.If the marble bounces straight…

You should remember the formula that helps you to evaluate the impulse such that: J=m⋅vJ=m⋅v Since you need to find the magnitude of impulse to the the marble, by the floor, you should calculate the…

  • MARTIN LUTHER

What were some major points in Luther’s 95 Theses?

First, it should be noted that the story of the 95 Theses being nailed to the door of the Wittenberg cathedral is an urban myth. The theses, following standard procedure for the period were…

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  • AMERICAN SLAVERY

What was the nature of slavery in the southern United States before the Civil War?

Before the Civil War, slavery was a crucial part of the socio-economic system of the southern United States. It was far different from, and worse than, Graeco-Roman forms of slavery because it was…

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  • HISTORY

Aztec empire power and legitimacyDiscuss the source of power and legitimacy of the Aztecs

The Aztec Empire was not the same kind of empire as the European ones. The rulers did not usually rule directly through military command. It was an alliance of villages that paid tribute to the…

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  • MATH

This is a story problem from Algebra II. I’m in the chapter Quadratic Equations. Any help would…

Since the base is 6 feet shorter than twice the height of the tent, then b=2h−6b=2h-6 . But the area of the tent is 12bh=5412bh=54 which means: 12bh=5412bh=54 sub for b 12(2h−6)h=5412(2h-6)h=54 clear fraction…

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  • LAW AND POLITICS

In light of court cases holding bartenders liable for serving alcohol to someone who is drunk,…

This is an interesting problem and hinges on the difference between a current state of an individual and a predisposition. A bartender can be expected to identify obvious symptoms of drunkenness…

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  • THE RAPE OF THE LOCK

What does Alexander Pope’s satire “The Rape of Lock” demonstrate about gender politics in…

Although the story of the Rape of the Lock by Alexander Pope is a satire, and, in accord with the conventions of the mock epic, prone to comic exaggeration, it does portray in a fairly accurate…

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  • MATH

This is a story problem for algebra II. I’m in the unit of quadratic equations. I’m having…

Let x be the width of the garden and y be the length of the garden. Then the perimeter is 2(x+y)=66 which we can use to isolate y: 2(x+y)=662(x+y)=66 x+y=33x+y=33 y=33−xy=33-x Now look at the area, which is…

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  • THE CRUCIBLE

In the play The Crucible, discuss the purpose of John and Elizabeth meeting at the end of Act IV.

In The Crucible by Arthur Miller, Salem has changed in the three months since John Proctor was arrested and placed in the jail’s dungeon. The purpose of their meeting in Act IV relates to…

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  • A DOLL’S HOUSE

Discuss Nora’s decision to leave her family in A Doll’s House. Is it truly the only way she can…

When we examine the ending ofA Doll’s Housewithin its context, we must accept the decision that Nora makes as the one and only choice available for her. Known as “The Father of Modern Drama”,…

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  • SLAVERY

Describe the ways some slaves resisted slavery.

Slaves resisted slavery in many different ways. Some were very dramatic, others were not. The most dramatic way of resisting slavery was to engage in a slave rebellion. These were very uncommon…

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  • IRAQ (2004)

What were the underlying issues in the Iraq War?

The basic underlying issue in the Iraq War that began in 2003 was the United States’ need to have stability in the Middle East. This area is extremely important for the world’s economy because…

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  • MATH

How do you find surface area?

Surface area is the sum total of all of the surfaces of a solid three dimensional geometric shape. For a cube, the calculation is simple. The surface of a cube is composed of six squares (four…

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  • HISTORY

What are some of the key events that are occurring in the Iraq War?

March 19, 2003 – Bush announces the start of the war. April 9, 2003 – Baghdad Falls. May 1, 2003 – Bush announces “Mission Accomplished” and declares that the military phase of the battle against…

  • THE OUTSIDERS

What happens when Pony comes home after his curfew in The Outsiders?

Ponyboy had a strict curfew on school nights which he routinely observed, knowing that he would have to deal with Darry if he came home late. Even on the Friday night when Pony first met Cherry and…

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  • BRAVE NEW WORLD

John ends up being the main protagonist in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World. What purpose, then,…

Bernard is the first protagonist for the first part of Huxley’s novel. The reader sees most of the new world through his eyes until he discovers John the Savage. Bernard’s suffering for acceptance…

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  • HISTORY

What would be the best topic for an 8-page paper on the history of Spain?Can be any topic within…

To some extent, the best topic for a paper on the history of Spain is a topic that interests you. It will be somewhat difficult to write a paper that long on a subject that bores you. You may…

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  • WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

How did written communication evolve?

There were many early ways of visually conveying information. Among the best studied is the system of tokens used to represent the contents of sealed containers in ancient Mesopotamia. The types…

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  • 1984

In 1984, why does Winston recognize the Ministry of Love as “the place with no darkness”?

The phrase “the place with no darkness” is actually introduced into this excellent novel in Chapter 2 at the very beginning, when Winston dreams of O’Brien, and is repeated at various other stages…

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  • MATH

divide 3x^2-4x+3 by x+3please show your work on how u got the answer thank you

Divide 3×2−4x+33×2-4x+3 by x+3x+3 : 3x -13 ————– x+3 |3x^2 -4x +3 -(3x^2+9x) ————- -13x+3 -(-13x-39)…

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  • WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

Explain the history of written communication.

The history of written communication is extremely complex, with many different kinds of writing arising in many different places. Written communication has been used for a wide variety of…

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  • TANGERINE

Urgent! Describing the Role of Paul FisherFor a literature project I have to describe how Paul…

A protagonist is teh hero of a story, or the main character. In Tangerine, the story centers around Paul and his experiences as a transfer student. Paul is an outcast because he is blind, and…

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  • JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU

How did Rousseau affect music?How did Jean-Jacques Rosseau impact music?

As I understand it, Rousseau helped to influence the Romantic movement in music. Rousseau is famous in philosophical circles for having proposed that human beings are free in the state of nature…

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  • ETIQUETTE AND EATING HABITS

How does knowledge of etiquette, in the hospitality industry, help make guests feel more…

When guests arrive at a hotel or a restaurant or an event, they will expect and want to be treated with courtesy and respect. This is where a good grounding in proper etiquette is important for…

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  • BUSINESS

how will a hospitality manager’s knowledge of etiquette help the manager be a good trainer from…

The first thing one should understand is that no one in any of these types of positions should ever try to “train” or “manage” or “serve” a guest or guests until he has been truly trained himself…

  • PERSONALITY

What are the most important and least important criteria for a good personality theory?

The foremost ongoing challenge for anyone trying to develop a theory of personality is measurement. In other words, one needs to develop some account that can measure personality traits accurate in…

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  • WORLD WAR I

What effects did the US have on World War I?

The United States had an impact on World War I before, during, and after the time that it was actually involved in the war. Before the US was involved in the war, both sides wanted to keep the US…

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  • THE EVOLUTION OF CALPURNIA TATE

What was the bargain that Calpurnia and Granddaddy had made in chapter 22?

Calpurnia and Granddaddy made a bargain concerning the Thanksgiving turkeys. Calpurnia’s brother, Travis, had been put in charge of tending to the 3 turkeys, but he did not realize they would have…

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  • POLITICAL SCIENCE

What are the three types of votes in Congress?

There are two possible ways in which to interpret this question. First, we can look at it in terms of the mechanics of voting. There are three ways in which the votes of the members of either…

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  • ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST

In chapter 11 of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, one critic has said that the other men “hate”…

Perhaps, the Acutes resent McMurphy in Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest because he demonstrates the manliness that they lack. For instance, Billy Bibbit is emasculated by his mother, Harding…

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  • ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST

In Chapter 11 of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, what does McMurphy teach the patients in the…

Sorry, but part of my answer was wiped out when I pasted it. Here is the complete version: Having gained access to an old hydrotherapy room where they can avoid the noise of the radio, McMurphy…

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  • ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST

In Chapter 8 of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, how does McMurphy manipulate Spivey?

This event clearly indicates the way that the conflict between Nurse Ratched and McMurphy spreads out to involve others and in particular, in this case, Spivey. After McMurphy has asked Nurse…

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  • ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST

In Chapter 8 of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, how does McMurphy get to Ratched?

This event allows McMurphy finally to win his bet with the other patients that he could make Nurse Ratched lose her cool and get angry. Even though he manages to win a vote to watch the game, Nurse…

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  • HEALTH

Can somebody find me Early Childhood Education Newspaper Article please?i need the website that i…

Here are a few possibilities; the NY Times story looks at how researchers have found that the more baby rats are cuddled and physically cared for by their mothers, the better they were at solving…

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  • DEATH OF A SALESMAN

In what ways does the ideological conflict between Willy and Biff become obvious in Death of a…

When Biff tries to get a loan from his old boss and is rejected, he realizes an important fact about his personality. He realizes that he has been fooling himself; deluding himself with an…

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  • MATH

I have a story problem from Algebra II…I wrote it below.Two ships leave a port, one sailing…

Your setup is correct. The hypotenuse of the right triangle is 17 and the legs are x and (x+7). Use the Pythagorean Theorem: x2+(x+7)2=172×2+(x+7)2=172 2×2+14x+49=2892×2+14x+49=289 2(x2+7x−120)=02(x2+7x-120)=0…

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  • THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER

What is Tom’s motive?

After Tom met “Old Scratch” in the forest, he is offered a deal in which the fortunes that had been buried by Kidd the pirate would be his if he agreed to what the”devil” asked him. Those details…

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  • MACBETH

In Macbeth, why does Shakespeare bring Banquo and Macbeth together right before Macbeth is about…

Banquo and Macbeth were there to hear the witches’ prophecies, that Macbeth would be Thane of Cawdor and king, and that Banquo’s descendants would be kings. Putting Banquo and Macbeth together just…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

what are the various clinical issues commonly confronting the victims of violent crime.

Violent crime is a universal problem and the symptoms of it are widespread. Fortunately, clinical diagnosis and therefore treatment is far more readily available and victims are, sometimes, able to…

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  • ROMIETTE AND JULIO

Identify three times when Romiette experienced stereotyping in the book.

I think that one instance of stereotyping in the book can be seen when Julio’s father blames Romiette for the troubles that Julio is in. He is blaming her because she is African- American,…

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  • MATH

Functional equation

Guess you do not have a specific question regarding functional equation. But to give you an idea about functional equation, it is a function that consists another function, can be known, unknown or…

  • THE GREAT GATSBY

In The Great Gatsby, what does Gatsby say that aggravates Tom?

Tom dislikes Gatsby from the start and ascertains quite early on that Gatsby might be involved in bootlegging. Eventually, Tom recognizes that there might be something between Daisy and Gatsby. In…

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  • MATH

Find the value of x so that the given terms are consecutive terms of an arithmetic sequence. 2x2x…

In arithmetic sequence, two consecutive terms has a common difference (d). d=an+1−and=an+1-an If the arithmetic sequence is 2x, 3x+1, x^2+2 , the common difference is: d=a2−a1=3x+1−2xd=a2-a1=3x+1-2x…

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  • LANGSTON HUGHES

Discuss “Theme for English B” by Langston Hughes.

Langston Hughes’ poem “Theme for English B” is a thought provoking poem. When first approached, the poem seems to be for the black reader; however, it really speaks to the white man….

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  • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

How does Harper Lee create tension and suspense in Chapter 20 of To Kill a Mockingbird?

Chapter 19 ends when Scout takes Dill outside after getting sick while listening to Mr. Gilmer’s cross examination of Tom Robinson. So, the tension has already been building inside the courthouse….

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

How do we know Romeo is worried about attending the party at the end of Act I, Scene iv, in Romeo…

SERVANT: Now I’ll tell you without asking. My master is the great rich Capulet; and if you be not of the house of Montagues, I pray, come and crush a cup of wine. Rest you merry! In Verona, two…

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  • MATH

Find the general form of the equation. Graph the circle r= 2; (h,k,) = (0,2)

Since we are given with the radius (r) and center (h,k), let’s substitute these values to the center-radius equation of circle. (x−h)2+(y−k)2=r2(x-h)2+(y-k)2=r2 (x−0)2+(y−2)2=22(x-0)2+(y-2)2=22 x2+(y−2)2=4×2+(y-2)2=4

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  • MATH

Give examples of quadratic relationships in nature other than projectile motion. How else can…

Virtually any question involving area can be modeled with a quadratic equation. (1) Find the area of an oil spill of radius r. A=πr2A=πr2 is quadratic in r. (2) Find the maximum area encompassed by…

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  • BUTTERFLY

What are the gender role assumptions that Gallimard and Song make about one another in M….

Gallimard assumes that western men are intellectually and physically superior to eastern men in all ways, and that eastern women will automatically be attracted to western men because of this…

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  • MATH

What happens to the shape of a parabola, as the distance between the vertex of the curve and the…

Let y=ax2+bx+cy=ax2+bx+c be equation that defines our parabola. Coordinates of vertex are:(−b2a,−D4a)(-b2a,-D4a) Coordinates of focus are:(−b2a,1−D4a)(-b2a,1-D4a) Where DD is discriminant D=b2−4acD=b2-4ac. Note…

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