Where in the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, does it say that Boo Radley killed his dad?

# Where in the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, does it say that Boo Radley killed his dad?

• MATH

∫ye0.2ydy∫ye0.2ydy Evaluate the integral

You need to use the substitution 0.2y=u0.2y=u , such that: 0.2y=u⇒0.2dy=du⇒dy=du0.20.2y=u⇒0.2dy=du⇒dy=du0.2 Replacing the variable, yields: ∫y⋅e0.2ydy=(102)∫u0.2⋅eudu∫y⋅e0.2ydy=(102)∫u0.2⋅eudu You need to…

• MATH

∫xcos(5x)dx∫xcos(5x)dx Evaluate the integral

∫xcos(5x)dx∫xcos(5x)dx To evaluate, apply integration by parts ∫udv=uv−∫vdu∫udv=uv-∫vdu . So let: u=xu=x and dv=∫cos(5x)dxdv=∫cos(5x)dxDifferentiating u and integrating dv yield: du=dxdu=dx and…

• MATH

f(x)=2x(1+x2)2,[0,2]f(x)=2x(1+x2)2,[0,2] Find the average value of the function on the given interval.

Given f(x)=2x(1+x2)2,[0,2]f(x)=2x(1+x2)2,[0,2] Average Value Formula=1b−a∫baf(x)dx1b-a∫abf(x)dx fave=12−0∫202x(1+x2)2dxfave=12-0∫022x(1+x2)2dx =(12)⋅2∫20x(1+x2)2dx=(12)⋅2∫02x(1+x2)2dx =∫20x(1+x2)2dx=∫02x(1+x2)2dx Integrate using…

• MATH

f(x)=2sin(x)−sin(2x),[0,π]f(x)=2sin(x)-sin(2x),[0,π] Find the average value of the function on the given…

The average value on an interval is the integral on this interval divided by the length of the interval. The length is ππ . The integral is (−2cos(x)+12cos(2x))∣π0=2+12+2−12=4.(-2cos(x)+12cos(2x))∣0π=2+12+2-12=4. So the…

• MATH

f(x)=1x,[1,3]f(x)=1x,[1,3] Find the average value of the function on the given interval.

The average value on an interval is the integral on this interval divided by the length of the interval. The length is 2. The integral is ln(x)∣3x=1=ln3−ln1=ln3.ln(x)∣x=13=ln3-ln1=ln3. So the average value is…

• MATH

f(x)=(x−3)2,[2,5]f(x)=(x-3)2,[2,5] Find the average value of the function on the given interval.

The average value is the integral of a function over an interval divided by the length of an interval. The length here is 3, found the integral:

• MATH

h(u)=(3−2u)−1,[−1,1]h(u)=(3-2u)-1,[-1,1] Find the average value of the function on the given interval.

The average value is the integral of a function over an interval divided by the length of an interval. The length here is 2, let’s found the integral:

• MATH

h(x)=cos4(x)sin(x),[0,π]h(x)=cos4(x)sin(x),[0,π] Find the average value of the function on the given interval.

The average value is the integral of a function over an interval divided by the length of an interval. The length here is π,π, found the integral. Find the indefinite integral first, for this make…

• MATH

f(θ)=sec2(θ2),[0,π2]f(θ)=sec2(θ2),[0,π2] Find the average value of the function on the given…

Given f(θ)=sec2(θ2),[0,π2]f(θ)=sec2(θ2),[0,π2] Average Value Formula=1b−a∫baf(x)dx=1b-a∫abf(x)dx fave=1π2−0∫π20sec2(θ2)(dθ)fave=1π2-0∫0π2sec2(θ2)(dθ) Integrate using the u-substitution method. Let…

• MATH

f(t)=esin(t)cos(t),[0,π2]f(t)=esin(t)cos(t),[0,π2] Find the average value of the function on the given…

The average value is the integral of a function over an interval divided by the length of this interval. The length of interval is π2π2 here, to find the integral start from the indefinite…

• MATH

g(x)=x−−√3,[1,8]g(x)=x3,[1,8] Find the average value of the function on the given interval.

The average value on an interval is the integral on this interval divided by the length of the interval. The length is 7. The integral is 34×43∣8x=1=(34)(16−1)=454.34×43∣x=18=(34)(16-1)=454. So the average…

• MATH

f(x)=sin(4x),[−π,π]f(x)=sin(4x),[-π,π] Find the average value of the function on the given interval.

The average value on an interval is the integral on this interval divided by the length of the interval. The length is 2pi. The integral is −14cos(4x)∣πx=−π=−14(1−1)=0.-14cos(4x)∣x=-ππ=-14(1-1)=0. So the average…

• MATH

f(x)=4x−x2,[0,4]f(x)=4x-x2,[0,4] Find the average value of the function on the given interval.

The average value on an interval is the integral on this interval divided by the length of the interval. The length is 4. The integral is (2×2−13×3)∣4x=0=32−4⋅163.(2×2-13×3)∣x=04=32-4⋅163. So the average…

• HARRISON BERGERON

What are the similes Vonnegut uses when he describes George Bergeron’s thoughts?

In “Harrison Bergeron,” each of the similes Vonnegut uses to describe George Bergeron’s thoughts suggests the illicitness of having an original or unique idea. For example, as George watches…

• A TALE OF TWO CITIES

In Charles Dicken’s novel A Tale of Two Cities, what is the mood at the end of the section in…

The mood of the ending of Book the Third is one of dread and suspense. The reader is aware of the situation in Paris, and can be certain of trouble for Charles. The compassion of Charles for his…

• LAW AND POLITICS

What is the foreign policy that is supported by the use or threat of military force?

Many foreign policy strategies are supported or backed by the military power of the country employing those strategies. In the Cold War, the idea of Mutually Assured Destruction prevented direct…

• THE GREAT GATSBY

What insights does Nick provide about Jordan’s character and what do these insights tell us about…

Nick Carraway, the filter through whom we view The Great Gatsby (Fitzgerald), is part of the careless and dishonest world he is showing the reader. He is attracted to Jordan Baker, whom he begins…

• SEEDFOLKS

In the book, Seedfolks, how does the garden change Sae Young?

The character, Sae Young, has had a pretty difficult life since moving to Cleveland from Korea. She works in a dry cleaning business her family owns, and is basically happy until her husband dies…

• HISTORY

What were some reasons why Rome was a good site for a city?

Let’s take these one by one. First, Rome was located along the Tiber River, which ran from the Mediterranean across the northeast of the peninsula. Second, Rome was built near seven hills which…

• TANGERINE

Compare and contrast the Costello brothers’ relationship and the Fisher brothers’ relationship.

The brothers’ relationships are much more different than they are alike. This difference stems from the fact that Mike Costello is a foil to Erik. A foil is a character whose traits contrast…

• MATH

Consider two circles, centered at the origin, of radii 1 and 2, respectively. In each circle,…

An arc length represents a portion of the entire circumference of a circle with 360˚. The circumference of a circle is defined by the formula: C=2πrC=2πr A circle with a radius of 1 has a…

• SCIENCE

What is the formula for finding pressure and what is the SI unit used?

The pressure, by definition, is the amount of force per unit area. So the formula for pressure is p=FAp=FA , where F is the magnitude of the force and A is the area of the surface to which the…

• HARPER LEE

What does To Kill a Mockingbird have to do with Harper Lee’s personal life?

Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird is a work of fiction, but draws heavily on her own childhood experiences. The character of Scout Finch is based on Lee herself, who used to watch her father…

• A PAIR OF SILK STOCKINGS

What need is awakened in Mrs. Sommers by the pair of silk stockings? What inner conflict does…

Mrs. Sommers is “one who knew the value of bargains.” She is a very frugal woman whose family struggles to make ends meet, though we know that in her youth she belonged to a fairly well-off…

• THE NECKLACE

What forms of characterization are used in the short story “The Necklace”?

In his short story, “The Necklace,” Guy de Maupassant uses direct characterization when describing the main character Madame Loisel and we should also consider her to be a dynamic character because…

• SCIENCE

What are the similarities and differences of reflection and refraction? thanks

Reflection and refraction are both behaviors of waves , such as light and sound waves. To “reflect” means to “bounce off of”. Reflection of light occurs the best off of smooth, hard, and…

• SCIENCE

A car of mass 800 kg is at rest. The engine exerts a resultant force of 2000 N for a distance of…

1. a) This question involves the work-energy theorem, which states that the work of the external forces acting on a system equals the change of the kinetic energy of the system. In this case, the…

• STARGIRL

What is the significance of the porcupine theme in Jerry Spinelli’s novel Stargirl? Why…

In his young adult novel of conformity and tolerance, Stargirl, author Jerry Spinelli’s protagonist and narrator, Leo Borlock, is infatuated with porcupines. More accurately, he is infatuated…

• 1984

How does the police patrol carry out its task?

In 1984, the police patrol uses helicopters to carry out its task. These helicopters can hover in between buildings in order to allow the police to look in through people’s windows. Snooping allows…

• TWELFTH NIGHT

What are the similarities and differences in Viola’s and Olivia’s circumstances in Shakespeare’s…

Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night is a romantic comedy concerning the loves and adventures of two pairs of lovers, Sebastian and Olivia and Orsino and Viola. All of the protagonists are members of the…

• ROMEO AND JULIET

What is a summary of the prologue of Romeo and Juliet?

The Prologue of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet provides several spoilers about the tragedy’s plot for those in attendance. It also displays Shakespeare’s expertise as a sonneteer, as it is written…

• TUCK EVERLASTING

What two places does the author describe in the Chapter One of Tuck Everlasting?

Two settings described are the road and the house in the Treegap woods. The author uses personification to describe two settings as if they were people. One is the road through the woods, and the…

• HISTORY

Were the Americans justified in rebelling against the British?

Deciding if the Americans were justified in rebelling against the British depends on your point of view. I will explain the thinking on both sides of the issue so you can make an informed…

• ANIMAL FARM

How does Major’s speech introduce the plot of the Animal Farm? Focus on the conflict introduced…

Major begins with striking statements. First, he says that he will not be alive much longer. Next, he claims that he now understands the nature of life as well as any living being. Unfortunately,…

• TREASURE ISLAND

What is a good thesis statement for the book Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson?

If you are asking for a thesis statement, I am assuming you are going to be writing an essay. I am going to make some suggestions for thesis statements that you could then develop into interesting…

• GRAMMAR

How do I reverse this sentence? Civil rights fighters would be good examples.

The way to reverse this sentence is to say “Good examples would be civil rights fighters.” Still better would be “A good example would be civil rights fighters.” Really, your collection of civil…

• LITERATURE

How can I summarize the poem “Then and Now” by Oodgeroo Noonuccal?

Odgeroo Noonuccal was a member of the Noonuccal aboriginal people of North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah in the Noonuccal language) in Queensland, Australia. She was born in 1920, and lived most…

• SCIENCE

My teacher told me that pits are areas in a plant cell where there is no secondary cell wall. Is…

Your teacher is correct. Secondary cell walls make the cell walls more resistant to degradation, but are less flexible and decrease the amount of water permeability. Pits are openings (holes if you…

• SCIENCE

What are characteristics and/or functions of fast and slow twitch muscle fibers?

Many differences exist when looking at the characteristics and functions of both slow and fast twitch skeletal muscle fibers. Classically, muscle fibers are broken into four subtypes. Slow twitch…

• FRANKENSTEIN

Why does Victor refuse to build Frankenstein a wife?

In the book, Frankenstein, Victor considered making a fellow creature so that the creature might not be alone. After hearing the creature’s speech about being companionless, Victor considers…

• HISTORY

What are the benefits and drawbacks of a direct democracy vs a representative democracy?

There are benefits and drawbacks to direct democratic and to representative democracy. In a direct democracy, the people make all the decisions. They discuss proposed laws and vote on them. They…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

Swadesh Kumar is visiting his village. He is accompanied by one of his friends. They decided to…

To answer your question, we first have to define what fundamental rights are. Depending on where you live, fundamental rights constitute specific rights that are protected under the constitution of…

• FRANKENSTEIN

In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, why does Victor’s father send him to the University of Ingolstadt?

Victor Frankenstein is the product of an enlightened but perhaps overly-insular family environment. His seemingly unquenchable thirst for knowledge is, of course, the precipitating theme that…

• HISTORY

Why did Harriet Tubman want to help slaves run away?

Harriet Tubman was an abolitionist. She was born into slave and knew firsthand of its harsh effects that it had on her people. She escaped to freedom in 1849 leaving behind her family. She then set…

• DALLOWAY

What narrative techniques are significant in Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway?

The narrative technique Virginia Woolf employs in Mrs. Dalloway is extremely significant for a number of reasons. Perhaps the most significant and most commonly discussed technique is Woolf’s use…

• HISTORY

How did religion impact the culture of Colonial America?

Generally speaking, Colonial America would not have existed if not for religion. It was to escape religious persecution that the Puritans left England for the New World. They decided to settle in…

• JOHN EDGAR WIDEMAN

Discuss double consciousness and flight in Wideman’s “Hazel.”

“Hazel” is a short story from John Edgar Wideman’s Damballah. The term “double consciousness” was created by W.E.B. Du Bois to describe the twin dichotomies African-Americans must face on a daily…

• SCIENCE

What is a semi-permeable membrane?

Permeability refers to the ability of a surface to allow the transport of particles across it. A membrane is termed permeable if it allows the transport of molecules across it. A semi-permeable…

• SCIENCE

In a prairie ecosystem, seeds are eaten by mice, which are eaten by foxes. What will happen if…

An example of a food chain has been provided in this question. The components of this food chain are seeds, mice and fox. Here, seeds are the primary food, which is eaten by the mice, who in turn…