Why does stopping the oil spill pose such a difficult task?

Why does stopping the oil spill pose such a difficult task?

  • SCIENCE

Why does stopping the oil spill pose such a difficult task?

The main reason that the oil spill is such a difficult thing to deal with is the fact that it is so far under the surface of the ocean. At those depths, the water is so cold and the pressure so…

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  • ASTRONOMY

the earth we live on is dying!!!!!We need to look after the earth or it will die and we will die!!!

Actually, the Earth will be fine – the planet has been here for a very long time and will continue to do so long after we as a human species are gone. With climate change, pollution and…

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  • ESSAY LAB

Any ideas on how or what I could write in a paragraph entitled “Satisfaction comes from helping…

A basic well written paragraph is pretty simple, if you make sure it contains each of the following “ingredients”: Topic Sentence: Either you are going to agree with the statement or disagree. In…

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  • LITTLE WOMEN

What is the conflict between Amy and Jo in Little Women?

I believe the conflict you are asking about is the one that occurrs when Laurie invites the older girls, Jo and Meg, to the theater to see the play Seven Castles. Amy, who has not been invited,…

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  • A VERY OLD MAN WITH ENORMOUS WINGS

Discuss the blend of realistic and fantastic details. Does this blend make the story more or less…

“A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings” is an intriguing blend of the ordinary and the supernatural, of reality and the fantastic. Consider the following: A girl disobeys her parents (real) and is…

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  • HAMLET

What is the tragic flaw in Hamlet?Indecision?

Any question about Hamlet’s flaw is a loaded question. Some of the possibilities that have been suggested are: He’s really mad, not just pretending; he sets out to act mad while he is already…

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  • HISTORY

How can the American legal system justify itself morally if it jeopardizes the right of…

I realize that this question has been posed several times, but I wanted to suggest another answer to it. The same analysis applies in that some level of specificity is needed in addressing it….

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  • HISTORY

Read The Diary of Anne Frank and explain about segregation of Jews in not more than 200 words…

I think that you have much to compose a worthy of response using the text itself. I would reflect on Anne’s words, themselves. How does she describe the segregation of those who were Jewish…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

In your eyes, how is Jay Gatsby perceived as a madman ?

Gatsby isn’t a madman in The Great Gatsby. I’m not sure exactly what madman means, but whatever you’re thinking of Gatsby probably doesn’t fit the definition. Gatsby is hopelessly in love. He is…

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  • THE KITE RUNNER

What are good examples of heroism (what it means to be a hero) in the novel The Kite Runner….

Wow! Great question, and if I may dare to make a suggestion to enotes I would ask them to move this into the discussion category as there are going to be a multitude of responses to this question….

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  • LITERATURE

justify the title of the story “a fishy story” by jerome k jerome.

It is named so because all the story is going around the fish.

  • SCIENCE

In the human body, excess glucose enters the anabolic pathways and may be converted into glycogen…

If glucose is not needed by the body for immediate energy, it is stored in the liver and muscles as glycogen. Glycogen is easily broken back down to supply energy to the body. However, the liver…

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  • ARTS

What is the basic framework for ordering music through time? is it A. Value, B. Phrase, C….

The basic framework for ordering music through time is meter. Music is divided by vetical bar lines into measures, each measure having the same number of beats. For example, in 6/8 time, there are…

  • CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD

What does the “pool” represent to Sarah?

I would say that the pool represents a force of equality for Sarah. Constantly driving to make peace with her state of being impaired of hearing and the world that does not seem to understand nor…

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  • HISTORY

compare and contrast industrialism in lowell and Cincinnati?Thanks alot for your help.

I must admit I know very little about industrialism in these places but as no one else has replied yet I can give you some ideas of how to compare and contrast. I assume you have some of the…

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  • FAHRENHEIT 451

What are some good concrete details to go with the themes of Fahrenheit 451? The theme…

I’ll provide a few example of specific evidence for each: A society that does not value knowledge is unmotivated, dangerous, and potentially violent- In the world of the novel, we see the effects…

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  • EVERYDAY USE

What are the main social conflicts in “Everyday Use”?

Three of the main social conflicts in “Everyday Use” are illustrated in the relationships between Dee and her sister Maggie. One of these is the social conflict about the need for social…

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  • THE GIVER

In The Giver, where did Jonas take Gabe?

When Jonas found out that Gabe was to be “released” (killed) because he did not sleep through the night, he decided to leave the Community with Gabe, in order to save him. Jonas thought that he…

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  • REFERENCE

What does “integrity” mean?

Integrity is defined as consistency in actions, values, methods, measures, expectations and outcomes. It has also been defined as having an intuitive sense of honesty and truthfulness. I always…

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  • GUIDE TO LITERARY TERMS

How do setting/staging and theme relate to plays?

I presume you’re asking how setting and staging relate to the theme of a play? Generally, the setting and/or stage directions of a play serve to prepare the audience for the author’s thematic…

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  • JOHN F. KENNEDY

What three phrases are repeated in JFK’s inaugural speech

On Friday, January 20, 1961, John F. Kennedy delivered his inaugural address as President of the U.S.A. One of the rhetorical devices that Kennedy used in his speech was anaphora; that is, he…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

How would I compare the role of women in The Great Gatsby and Macbeth?

This is the kind of question that one should ideally spend a great deal of time thinking about. I’ve never thought of The Great Gatsby and Macbeth in relation to one another. That said, since you…

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  • MATH

find the x-intercept and the y-intercept for the graph of the equation 2x+2y=-6

Since this equation is in standard form we can answer this by allowing both x and y to equal zero, one at a time. Starting with x=0 we get the equation 0x+2y=-6 or 2y=-6 divide both sides of the…

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  • THE BRONZE BOW

What is the quote on page 195 of The Bronze Bow about Rosh?

The topic of debate on page 195 of my copy of The Bronze Bow, the 1961 Houghton Mifflin publication, is Rosh’s habit of stealing from the poor peasants to support his band of warriors. The…

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  • MATH

find the x-intercept and the y-intercept for the graph of the question x+2y=10

x+2y =10 To find where the function intersect with x-axis, then x will be 0: 0+2y =10 ==> y= 5 Then the function intersect with the x-axis at the point (0,5) Now the function intersect with the…

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  • BECAUSE I COULD NOT STOP FOR DEATH—

What are the similarities between Mary Oliver’s “When Death Comes” and Emily Dickinson’s “because…

In both “When Death Comes” and “I could not stop for death,” the main similarity is that both speakers discuss death. However, their attitudes toward death are very different. In Oliver’s poem, the…

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  • MATH

find four solutions of the equation write the solutions as order pairs y=-3x-6

We can answer this question by constructing a table of values, picking values for x, substituting those values in, and calculating the y value – frequently people like to use a table that looks…

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  • HENRY

Why o.henry called his story witches’ loaves ?

  1. Henry was a master of irony. Almost all of his short stories dealt with the ironies of life. This is also true of the story “Witches Loaves.” The title is ironic for two reasons. One is that he…

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  • SCIENCE

What is eco-tourism?What is eco-tourism?

Ecotourism is when people from one place go to another place to see natural things that they could not see in their home country or region. They are going to a second region or place to see an…

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  • ARTS

List ten ways in which a cricketer can be out. Please give terms used for these ways.Terms used

Bowled = ball is bowled and hits batsman’s wickets (if at least one bail is removed by the ball) Caught = ball is hit and caught (like a fly ball in baseball) Leg Before Wicket (LBW) = when the…

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  • THE POETRY OF ROBERT FROST

What are some examples of metaphors that Robert Frost has used in his poems?

Most of Robert Frost’s poetry contains or is built upon a central metaphor. While these metaphors may all be different, there are a few things he keeps central throughout his poetry: a search for…

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  • THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS

What is the point of the controversial last scene? What are some places in the novel Roy…

In many ways you answered the first question with the second. The last scene between Ammu and Velutha is quite poignant and quite graphic. Roy spares no detail in describing the physical love…

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  • THE GREAT GATSBY

I have to write an essay comparing Hamlet to The Great Gatsby to The Wall by jean paul sarte….

Comparing a Shakespearean play, a modernist novel, and an existential short story is not an easy task. As far as answering your question, “What should I write about?”, I believe that due to the…

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  • HISTORY

What were the key factors in the American military victory in the Revolutionary War?What were the…

I am certain that you would be able to find many different reasons as to why the Americans won in the Revolutionary War. I think that any standard US History book could indicate this. I would…

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  • BUSINESS

How would an accounting system change or accounts be added or financial statement change if I…

Many companies provide both products and service for their products. It’s not difficult to modify the accounting system as the basic principles of accounting still exist-everything has to balance…

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  • LITERATURE

What are the 6 phases of tragedy?Which one poem and one short story would fit each phases? (Plase…

I will give you the 6 phases – but you should read them over and decide out of what you have read in this class which works fit best. Oedipus is a character who fits this sequence almost…

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  • SAKI

Dusk can be associated with what kind of an atmosphere in this short story?”Dusk” by Saki

One poet wrote that twilight, or dusk, is a time of other worldliness, for it is that vague space between time, being neither day nor night. In twilight there is a suspension of the world and of…

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  • A JURY OF HER PEERS

What are the exposition, conflict, antagonist, protagonist, complications, crisis, climax, and…

Exposition: We follow Mrs. Hale from her kitchen to Mrs. Wright’s kitchen. We are introduced to the men and the focus of their murder investigation, and we are introduced to the women who are…

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  • MATH

Study various aspects of Pythagoras theoremplease i need its answer in 10 pages

1 a and b are adjascent sides of right angle and c is the hypotenuse. Then a^2+b^2 = c^2. 2. The sum of the area of the squares formed by the right angle forming sides equal to the area formed…

  • HOWARDS END

In E. M. Forster’s Howards End, what exactly is meant by the epigraph ‘Only connect…’?

You can find plenty of examples to justify your reading. It certainly applies to the character of Henry Wilcox, who could be a better person if he listened to the passions that he has inside rather…

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  • BUSINESS

According to the AS/AD Model and the wealth effect, as the price level falls, ceteris paribus,…

I believe that the answer that you are looking for is that people will spend more money by buying more goods and services. This will cause aggregate demand to increase. The reason for this is that…

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  • BUSINESS

exchanged in the financial sector

I am sorry to report that your question “exchanged in the financial sector” is incomplete and unanswerable. Please review your question and resubmit with details of what is being exchanged, and…

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  • BUSINESS

What are the impacts of the economic crisis on Tourism?TOURISM

In a phrase, quite a bit. The fact of the matter is that people are not inclined to take vacations and engage in tourist activities when there is little in way of financial security. Consider the…

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  • WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

Did William Shakespeare have a lover when he was married to Anne Hathaway?

Since the true biographical documentation of William Shakespeare is limited, any such information concerning possible lovers and affairs is even more scarce. There is no true factual data that…

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  • MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN

What are the dramtic techniques used in Mother Courage and Her Children and The Threepenny Opera?

Both plays serve as examples of Bertolt Brecht’s “epic theatre”. They are structured more like epic poems than the traditional tragedies that follow Aristotle’s rules. In both plays, the audience…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

What is “Secret Life of the American Teenager” about?

The Secret Life of the American Teenager is about a group of teenagers and their lives. There is a lot of emphasis placed on their interactions with one another. The television program is focused…

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  • WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

I need some ideas of religous concepts in William Wordsworth’s works throughout his life?

Wordsworth embodies English Romanticism in his poetry by combining nature images to a search for meaning and truth. Often, his images and symbols could be considered religious. Here are a few to…

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  • HOUSE OF THE SPIRITS

How is power portrayed in the novels Like Water for Chocolate and The House of the Spirits?

In Like Water for Chocolate and in House of the Spirits, the idea of power is expressed in one way through the themes of victim and victimization, justice and injustice and the mutual themes of sex…

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  • HISTORY

Anyone over 50+ years old just so I can do an interview for American History ? The interview is…

This interview cannot be conducted within the 3500 characters that enotes alots, and you do not allow messages to be sent to you, so you are going to have to rethink your project.

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  • SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY LITERATURE

How does science fiction/horror author create an alternate reality as a way of exploring issues…

In many ways, some of the most powerful aspects of Science Fiction is its ability to create a reality that allows the reader to examine practices in their own. For example, Ursula LeGuin’s “The…

 


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