What were some of FDR’s major accomplishments?

What were some of FDR’s major accomplishments?

  • HISTORY

What was the creation of the consumer economy during the late 1800s and and what were its effects…

The consumer society that took shape in the United States between the end of Reconstruction and the end of the First World War was the direct result of the relentless process of industrialization…

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  • HISTORY

What were some of FDR’s major accomplishments?

Basically, FDR did two things. First, he helped reduce the impact of the Great Depression. Second, he led the US during most of World War II. This means that he was president during two of the…

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  • SCIENCE

When is it necessary to use a defibrillator?

A defibrillator is a device that discharges a controlled electric shock to break an arrhythmia. Defibrillation is done in the case of arrhythmias, atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, ventricular…

  • LIFE OF PI

How is agnosticism represented in Life of Pi?

In Life of Pi agnosticism is represented by Pi’s father, an entrepreneur now heading the Indian Pondicherry Zoo, while atheism is represented by Pi’s biology teacher. Pi is ardent about science but…

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  • BECAUSE I COULD NOT STOP FOR DEATH—

What is the summary of Because I could not stop for Death-“?

In this poem, Death is personified as a lover, someone who woos the (female) speaker, who he picks up in his carriage as though they were going on a date. The speaker has, evidently, just died….

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  • ATLAS SHRUGGED

According to John Galt, selfishness is both moral and practical. Explain what he means by this?

Ah yes, “Who is John Galt?” First of all, you have taken this statement out of context. The novel opens with a picture of New York City under a communist regime. The city is basically in ruins….

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  • REFERENCE

Role of MIS in ManagementWhat is the role of Management in the context of MIS or how management…

Basically, the more managers know about the Management Information Systems in their company the better. A company’s data is its wealth. Secure servers are crucial, and management needs to know…

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  • PLATO’S REPUBLIC

Discuss the main subject of Plato

The main subject of the Republic is the nature of the soul. This is clearly set out in the first book, and yet the majority of the text is devoted to the organization of the ideal city. There are…

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  • REFERENCE

Religion and its effects on culture/politicsHow do you think religion affects the culture and/or…

Faith is personal, and to that degree it has no impact whatsoever on culture or politics–or at least that would be true if we all lived in a vacuum, which we don’t. What a person believes and how…

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  • GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

Explain why there is or is not a basis for studying individuals, inventions, and specific events…

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  • GUIDE TO LITERARY TERMS

What does non-fiction mean?

Non-fiction is a term applied to literary works. The term implies that the subject matter of the reading material is truth. When searching for materials that fit this description one may come…

  • LITERATURE

Book ClubI am starting a book club at my school, and I am trying to find books that teens will…

Maybe you could check with the librarian for titles directed at teens that are always being checked out. The librarians also no doubt know which ones are going to meet with the approval of…

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  • PORPHYRIA’S LOVER

How does Browning use literary and poetic techniques, in “My Last Duchess” and “Porphyria’s…

Numerous answers to your question could be given. Far too many for a short-answer format such as this, in fact. I’ll give one answer. Browning’s use of a first-person speaker in both poems allows…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord of the Flies, what does this metaphor mean: Ralph and Jack are two continents of…

In Lord of the Flies, Ralph and Jack both represent opposing modes of experience and feeling. Ralph believes that the boys’ main goal should be surviving for long enough to get rescued from the…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

Help me in identifying the characterization in this passage of The Great Gatsby.Most of the big…

The characterization of Gatsby in the passage: Nick uses diction, imagery, and figurative language to develop Gatsby’s character as one who believes in dreams and the world of illusion. He…

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  • MACBETH

What does Lady Macbeth mean when she says ‘That which hath made them drunk…

Lady Macbeth is referring here to the guards who protect King Duncan. Part of the fiendish plot to kill the king in order for her husband, Macbeth to succeed to the throne involved drugging the…

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  • GUNS, GERMS, AND STEEL

What aspects of Diamond’s evidence do lay readers have to take on faith? Which aspects are…

Lay readers generally means people without professional expertise in the subject area of a nonfiction book. Since Diamond writes about a huge number of topics – ancient history, geography,…

  • PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

What was J. Austen saying about her society or time period by including satire in Pride and…

What Jane was saying about society with her satire is that Society had to seriously take a step back and stop taking itself so seriously. Rank systems, marital status, heraldry, aristocracy,and all…

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  • SCIENCE

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR A BROKEN OR FRACTURED RIB TO HEAL?

Broken ribs usually break when there is some kind of trauma to the chest area, such as a fall or an injury from a car accident. It is also common for people involved in sports activities to…

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  • THE DEVIL IN THE WHITE CITY

WHY is it important to try to understand the motives of a person like Holmes in The Devil in the…

Understanding motives is a difficult task, especially after so much time has passed, as is the case with Holmes in The Devil in the White City. He was a complicated man, and Erik Larson doesn’t…

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  • ENDER’S GAME

what are some reason why children should or should not be soldiers .ITS FOR ENDER’S GAME! MAYBE…

At the end of Ender’s Game, Mazer Rakham explains that the perfect commander in the bugger wars had to be a child. He says that, compared to adults, children are less cautious and more willing to…

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  • SCIENCE

How are Darwin’s ideas of survival of the fittest so well illustrated by Carson’s observations on…

In 1962, Rachel Carson published the book, Silent Spring which illustrated the effect of pesticides on the environment and all the organisms that live there. In her book, not only did the insects…

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  • HISTORY

Why was Reagan’s foreign policy called “the Second Cold War?”Reagan’s foreign policy efforts are…

I think that if you have a textbook or an instructor’s resource to assist, I would focus on these elements in addition to what you might find here. The idea of “the second Cold War” refers to…

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  • LIFE OF PI

Other than orange and green, what is a symbolic color in Life of Pi?

Another color that is symbolic in this novel is the color red. The Hindu use it as an expression of joyful occasions. Pi’s early religious experience involved is grandmother taking him to the…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

What type of book is Lord of the Flies considered?

Lord of the Flies is considered to be a fictional allegory. An allegory is a work of literature that functions entirely as a symbol for some other idea. The characters, setting, and other details…

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  • MATH

I’m having some trouble and I’ve not been very good at math, so I need some help with (7x+2)3+8x

Remember PEMDAS–parentheses, exponents, multiply, divide, add, subtract, in that order. Look at the expression you want to simplify. The first thing to do is multiply both of the variables in the…

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  • THE GRAPES OF WRATH

How does each member of the Joad family feel about going to California and leaving home in The…

For the most part, the members of the Joad family seem resigned to their fate in regards to their feelings toward leaving home and moving to California. None of them particularly want to leave, but…

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  • ARTS

What is the major trend in ballet, music, and other performing arts during the past three decades…

You will probably feature different answers to the question based on personal beliefs and ideas. I would say that the exploration of individual expression has probably become more present in the…

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  • THE CHOSEN

what can you say about your commitment to your education?reflection and realization

This sounds like a really personal question – I’m wondering if you are interested in how we feel, or looking for ideas on how to write how YOU feel… That said – anyone who is a teacher is pretty…

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  • GRAMMAR

Combine each pair of sentences by changing one of the sentences into a participial phrase.Films…

Particilples and participle phrases are “ing” or past tense verbs that are being used as adjectives. In the second sentence, the word designed could be used as an adjective to describe the…

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  • HISTORY

Do we still have separation of powers between Congress and the President? Or do they now work…

We most definitely still have separation of powers between Congress and the Presidency. This is sometimes more obvious and sometimes less, but it is clearly there. For example, during this…

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  • GRAMMAR

Rewrite the following sentences so that related ideas are expressed in similar or parallel…

You need to clarify what is being “used” in each part of the sentence. If you add that verb to the second half of the sentence that becomes more clear, and you will have created a parallel…

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  • SCIENCE

What worm that can live in the body does not have a nervous system?

Parasitic flatworms or Platyhelminthes can live in the intestine of their human host. They attach by means of suckers or hooks and feed on nutrients the host has eaten. Because they do not have to…

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  • MATH

find the perimeter of the circle whose area = 25pi.

We know that the area of the circle is: a = r^2 *pi = 25*pi ==> r^2 = 25 ==> r = 5 Now we know that the circumference for the circle is: C = 2r*pi ==> C = 2*5*pi = 10*pi We know that pi=…

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  • MATH

find the area of the right tringle whose sides are 3, 4, 5

The right angle triangle, we have two sides and a hypotenuse, we know that hypotenuse is the largest sides Then the hypotenuse is 5, The other sides are 3 and 4: Now the area of the triangle : a =…

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  • MATH

x+ y = 5 2x-y = 4 solve x and y

x+y = 5 ……..(1) 2x-y = 4 ………(2) Using the emimination method, let us add (1) and (2): ==> 3x = 9 ==> x= 9/3 = 3 Now using the substituting method substotite in (1): x+ y = 5 ==>…

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  • MATH

ln 3x + ln e^2 = 2

ln 3x + ln e^2 = 2 We know that: ln e^a = aln e = a ==> ln 3x + 2 = 2 Now subtract 2 from both side: ==> ln 3x = 0 ==> 3x = e^0 = 1 ==> x = 1/3

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  • MATH

3log x + 3log 5 = log 6

3log x + 3log 5 = log 6 Let us factor 3: ==> 3[log x + log 5] = log 6 We know that : log a + log b = log ab ==> 3(log 5x) = log 6 ==> log (5x)^3 = log 6 ==> (5x)^3 = 6 ==> 125x^3 =…

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  • MATH

log 2x + 2log 5 = 2

log 2x + 2 log 5 = 2 We knwo that: alog b = log b^a ==? log 2x + log 5^2 = 2 ==> log 2x + log 25 = 2 Also, we know that: log a + log b = log ab ==> log 2x*25 = 2 ==> log 50x = 2 ==> 50x…

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  • THE WEDNESDAY WARS

What is one example of what Holling learns about Shakespeae in The Wednesday Wars?

An important lesson that Holling learns from Shakespeare is that “it’s hard to care about two things at the same time – like caring about the Montague family and caring about Juliet too.”…

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  • ROBERT FROST

What are the top three poems that make Robert Frost a best-loved poet?

The three most anthologized Frost poems are probably “Birches,” “The Road Not Taken,” and “Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening.” I like these, but my top three would be “Design,” ” One…

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  • LORD OF THE FLIES

Ralph talks about going to get Piggy’s glasses. Eric says,”they will be painted, You know how it…

In the book The Lord of the Flies a group of school boys has crash landed on an uninhabited island. A boy named Ralph and a young man named Jack have become mortal enemies as civilized rules die…

  • OUTLIERS: THE STORY OF SUCCESS

May I please get a summary of Chapter Two (“The Ten Thousand Hour Rule”) of Outliers.I have read…

In the second chapter of Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell outlines his 10,000 hour rule. This basically means that people who are successful have put in a great amount of time practicing and preparing…

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  • 1984

What is doublethink in 1984?

Doublethink is sort of the foundation of the society the Winston Smith is living in in this book. It is the idea that a person can have two kinds of thought in their head at the same time. These…

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  • SCIENCE

Is there any pill that can be obtained over-the-counter from a drug store that can make a female…

Drugs that are used to make women more fertile are obtained by prescription only. An example of a drug that is prescribed for fertility is Clomiphene. Clomiphene helps the body to make more of the…

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  • BLACK BEAUTY

What is the resolution in Black Beauty?

In the novel that did more for ending cruelties to horses than any other publication, Black Beauty is sold to a corn dealer after Jerry the cab driver becomes ill, but the dark stables harm his…

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  • WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Examples of quotes that describe the style of Emily Bronte?-quotes that show the author’s style…

Emily Bronte’s classic, Wuthering Heights, is a novel that contains much imagery and figurative language that matches the passionate characters and untamed setting. Surely, readers will have no…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

How does the destruction of books lead to more happiness and equality?According to Beatty

The destruction of books leads to happiness in two major ways. First, by destroying the books, you end the sort of inequality of intellect that you used to have. You stop having the smart people…

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  • ILIAD

In the Iliad, identify the protagonist and explain his or her motivation.

There are many different answers to this question. If you are operating from a textbook or an instructor’s directives, pay attention to these elements before anything else. Given the breadth and…

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  • RUBÁIYÁT OF OMAR KHAYYÁM

Is the following line from one of Shakespeare’s works? Quote: The moving finger writes; and,…

Although most quotes that you can think of tend to come from Shakespeare or the Bible, it turns out that this line is not from any Shakespeare work at all. You can use any of a number of…

 


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