# Why might have the society become so violent?

**FAHRENHEIT 451**

**Why might have the society become so violent?**

In my opinion, this society became so violent because it became dehumanized. People stopped caring about each other — they stopped seeing one another as human and so people became “fair game” for…

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**HISTORY**

**Is J. Edgar Hoover related to the Gay/Velvet Mafia? If so, how exactly?**

Since the Gay Mafia (or Velvet Mafia) is generally a term that refers to upper-echelon homosexual members of the arts, music and fashion community, this alone should exclude the late, former FBI…

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**THE LOTTERY**

**What are the symbols in this story?**

The Lottery contains several symbols that contribute to the work’s entire meaning. A first symbol to consider is the stones. In the beginning of the story, the very stones that the children play…

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**PHYSICS**

**Find the increase of moment of inertia of a steel sphere of diameter 10 cm about it’s diameter…**

The moment of inertia of a solid sphere is 2mr^2/5, where m is the mass of the sphere and r is the radius. The mass of sphere = volume at 15 deg * density at 15deg C = (4/3)*10^3 * 7.7=…

**KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN**

**What are the conflicts throughout the play?**

I would argue that one of the main conflicts has to do with the struggle against society as a force, while also including elements of the fourth you list, struggling against elements within one’s…

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**SCIENCE**

**How can one make an analogy of a cell to a school?**

A cell, although microscopic, is very complex because it has tiny organelles which each carry out a particular role in maintaining the life of the cell. A school can be compared to a cell because…

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**THE HOBBIT**

**In The Hobbit, what are the “call to adventure” and “meeting the mentor” segments of the Hero’s…**

In the Hero’s Journey, the hero is an ordinary person who embarks on a journey of self-discovery to become a hero. In The Hobbit, Bilbo is a happy-go-lucky and somewhat hapless Hobbit who ends…

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**THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER**

**What is Tom’s attitude before the bargain in “The Devil and Tom Walker”?**

I think it is important to focus on what we are told about Tom Walker before he meets the Devil. It is clear that Irving doesn’t present him as a paragon of goodness. Consider this description:…

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**SCIENCE**

**A particle moves in a plane according to the law v=v0*i+b*omega*cosomega*t*jIf the particle is at…**

The formula for the vector of velocity is: v = vx*i + vy*j We’ll identify the projections of velocity form the formula v=v0*i+b*omega*cosomega*t*j: – x axis projection: vx = dx/dt = v0 dx = v0dt…

**HISTORY**

**Why did France’s overseas trade suffer during the French Revolution?**

First of all, you should probably look in your own text for this because different texts can emphasize different things and what I think is most important may not be what your text’s author…

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**WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE**

**Upon which things did Shakespeare depend when he wrote his plays?**

Your question is very broad. In fact, it is so broad that it is it almost not possible to answer because I am not sure where your interest lies. When you ask about what Shakespeare depended upon,…

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**SCIENCE**

**Determine the time after which the velocity of a ball,projected with speed v0 at an angle a0 from…**

At any timr t,the horizontal component x and the vertical component y of displacement of the projected ball with an angle a to horizontal and initial velocity v0 is given by: x = v0t cosa. y =…

**A HUNGER ARTIST**

**In “A Hunger Artist,” suggest reasons why Kafka selected an expert in fasting and not a priest or…**

Franz Kafka’s “A Hunger Artist” is a metaphor for the yearning and alienation we all experience, to some extent. A priest or a singer or a painter or a sculptor or an author might just as easily…

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**SCIENCE**

**What is a good scientific title that I can use for the following experiment?The experiment is…**

I understand what you’re asking for here, and I know the kind of title you probably need. I can’t tell whether you’re in high school or college, so I’m not sure if you can get by with something a…

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**PHYSICS**

**A particle is st in motion at the moment t=0, at the velocity v0 wher upon its velocity begins…**

Given that velocit v = v0(1-t/b), where b is aconstant. To find the distance s(t) during the time t. We know that velocity v = ds/dt. Therefore ds/dt = v0 (1-t/b). ds = v0(1-t/b)dt ds = v0dt…

**MACBETH**

**Considering all the relevant instances and happenstances in the entire play, can Lady Macbeth be…**

I don’t see Lady Macbeth as “the fourth witch.” In my mind, the fact that she suffers almost as much as Macbeth, and perhaps even more, indicates that she cannot be seen as a witch. She lacks the…

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**HISTORY**

**What was the experience of an ANZAC solider during World War Two?Please be detailed. Thanks.**

The Australian and New Zealand Army Corps or ANZAC had a substantial role during the World War 2. As Australia was closely associated with UK, it also declared war on Germany with the UK. Troops of…

**SCIENCE**

**The metal iron is cubic with a=2,86 A and with two iron atoms in the unit cube at 0,0,0 and…**

To figure out where are located the atoms, we’ll draw a cubic unit hat has the edge of 2,86 A. We’ll reproduce same cube parallel to the original one and one another and we’ll obtain a typical body…

**SCIENCE**

**Analyze physical properties of sodium chloride.**

Sodium chloride which is commonly referred to as table salt, has many interesting properties. There is a one to one ratio of sodium to chlorine atoms. The bonding that occurs between atoms is an…

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**THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST**

**How does humour arise from conflict?**

In The Importance of Being Earnest, the conflict arises from the fact that two friends, Jack and Algernon, lead double lives for their own pleasure. However, things become complicated when they are…

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**CHEMISTRY**

**74.10kg lime and 70.9kg chlorine producing 127.ookg bleaching powder and 18.01 kg water.How many…**

We know that bleaching powder is obtained through the reaction of lime and chlorine. We have to solve a proportions problem. We’ll put as the unknown x, the amount of required lime. We’ll apply the…

**SCIENCE**

**Why does ventricular pressure fall to a much lower level than aortic…**

Pressure in the arteries is due to the thick muscular walls that have a pulse. When the heart beats, the arteries push the blood using the muscles in the walls. This creates arterial pressure. In…

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**SOCIAL SCIENCES**

**Teachers on FacebookMy husband and I are both teachers. We have not joined Facebook due to being…**

Ah, the benefits and drawbacks of new technology. I am a teacher, and I am on Facebook. I do enjoy it, in that it really allows me to keep in touch with so many friends and relatives all over the…

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**MATH**

**If x ft. of stonewall is used as one side of the field, express the area enclosed as a function…**

we have 600 ft of wire to be used as the fence and separation. If ove side is x Then we need 3x because one of the sides is stone wall let the other side be y , then we need 2y ==> 3x + 2y =…

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**MATH**

**Determine the function f(x) if f(0)=0 and f'(x)=2x+1.**

f'(x) = 2x+1 We know that: f(x) = integral f'(x) = intg (2x+1) dx = intg 2x dx + intg 1 dx = 2x^2/2 + x + C f(x) = x^2 + x + c But we know that: f(0) = 0 ==> c = 0 ==>…

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**MATH**

**Find x for the identity is true 1+12^6x = 2*12^3x**

1 + 12^6x = 2*12^3x Let us rewrite: (12^3x)^2 – 2*12^3x + 1 = 0 Let y = 12^3x ==> y^2 – 2y + 1 = 0 ==> (y-1)^2 = 0 ==> y= 1 ==> y= 12^3x = 1 ==> 3x = 0 ==> x = 0

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**REFERENCE**

**What is the necessity of recreation?**

Not quite sure what context you are looking for, but at least in the context of schools, it is widely understood that kids cannot sit still and learn all day and the opportunity to get out and play…

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**MATH**

**Determine f(x) if f'(x) is (5x-3)/(x^2+4)**

f'(x) = (5x-3)/(x^2+4) So f(x) is the Int (5x-3)/(x^2+4)dx +C f(x) = Int(5x-3)/(x^2+4) dx= Int {5/2 (2x) dx-3Int{dx/x^2+4 }’…(1) We do the two integrations on the right separately : Int (5/2)…

**PRIDE AND PREJUDICE**

**What does the metaphor ‘olive branch’ mean in Pride and Prejudice in chapter 13?**

Actually, the olive branch referred to in Chapter thirteen is more of a symbol than a metaphor. This is mentioned in the letter that Mr. Bennet receives from Mr. Collins, who is his nephew and who…

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**THE RANSOM OF RED CHIEF**

**In the story “The Ransom of Red Chief,” explain in about 100 words the main characterwrite a…**

As the title suggests, the main character of O. Henry’s ironic story is the only son of Ebenezer Dorset, the boy who calls himself “Red Chief, the terror of the plains.” And, he is, indeed, a…

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**MATH**

**Evaluate result of cos pi/6+sin pi/3?**

cos pi/6 + + sinpi/3 We know that: cos pi/6 = cos 30 = sqrt3/2 Also: sin pi/3 = sin60 = sqrt3/2 Then: cos pi/6 + sin pi/3 = sqrt3/2 + sqrt3/2 = 2sqrt3/2 = sqrt3 ==>…

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**MATH**

**Determine the quadratic function if the graph passes through the point (0;1) , (1;3) and (-1;1)**

let f(x) = ax^2 + bx + c The points (0,1) (1,3) and (-1,1) passes through th curve. f(0)= 1 ==> f(0) = c = 1 ……….(1) f(1) = 3 ==> a + b + 1 = 3 …………(2) f(-1) = a -b + 1 = 1…

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**MATH**

**Find f'(c) for c = 2 and c = -1 forming the difference quotient f(x)= 2x + 3**

f(x) = 2x+3 Using thr difference quotient we know that: f'(c) = lim [f(x) -f(c) ]/(x-c) x –> c ==> f'(2) = lim [(f(x) – f(2)]/(x-2) = lim (2x+3 – 7 )/(x-2)…

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**REFERENCE**

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Just go to www.onlinedocumentconversion.com register & buy some credits then convert your file easily into doc format. If you have any difficulty, contact their ‘After Sales Support &…

**A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM**

**What kinds of questions can a reader ask about Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream to get at…**

There are many themes in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and there are many clues that tell us the themes. In order to derive a deeper understanding of the themes, it helps to be able to pick out…

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**DEATH OF A SALESMAN**

**In Death of a Salesman, how would you describe Linda’s attitude towards Willy at the beginning of…**

The music which opens Act II certainly sets the mood as we are introduced to a cheerful and happy scene as Willy and Linda have breakfast. It reminds us that they are in an optimistic mood as they…

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**HENRY V**

**The Chorus’ Prologue, Can someone please explain to me every sentence that they say in Henry…**

OK, here is what he is saying but I will summarize each sentence rather than take it line by line. A muse is inspiration, so the Chorus is calling for fiery inspiration where he could create for…

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**MATH**

**Differentiating f(x) results f'(x)= (2x-4)/(3x+5). Find f(x).**

f'(x) = (2x-4)/(3x+5) f(x) = integral f'(x) = intg (2x-4)/(3x+5) dx Let t= 3x + 5 ==> x = (t-5)/3 => dt = 3 dx ==> f(x) = intg (2(t-5)/3 – 4 ]/t = intg ((2t – 10…

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**MATH**

**Calculate F(x) if f'(x)=cosx/(sinx)^3**

f'(x) = cos/(sinx)^3 We know that : f(x) = integra; f'(x) ==> f(x) = intg (cosx/(sinx)^3 dx Let t = sinx ==> dt = cosdx ==> f(x) = intg (dt/t^3) ==> f(x) = intg (t^-3) dt…

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**INDIAN ENGLISH POETRY**

**What is the metaphor in the poem “Night of the Scorpion”by Nissim Ezekiel?Detailed description**

I might go a bit different on this and suggest an alternate way of examining the poem. There is the literal meaning of the poem in terms of the mother being stung by the scorpion. I would…

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**OTHELLO**

**Describe how Iago tries to make Othello jealous of Desdemona?**

The main part of Iago’s plan is to make Othello think that Desdemona is having an affair with Cassio. Part of the reason he feels that this will work is because Cassio is part of the upper class…

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**A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE**

**What is the impact of the climax in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’?**

I would say that from a realist point of view, the impact of the climax is that Stanley wins. The boorish behavior of Stanley, the way in which he manipulates Stella, and the fact that he ended up…

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**MATH**

**Simplify the ratio: 8 : 6/5show all you working out and explain how you got that answer.**

The given ratio is 8:6/5. We epress ratios in the smallest possible intgral ratios . So we bring the ratio intgral form by multiplying by 5 as the second term in ratio becomes integer by this….

**BUSINESS**

**If price elasticity of demand is zero, what does it mean?**

If the price of a product is plotted against the demand of the product, the slope of the curve generated is called the price elasticity of demand. If the price elasticity of demand is zero, it…

**SCIENCE**

For a heat engine or an engine that converts heat to work, like a gasoline engine, the efficiency of the engine is capped at a level below 1. Even if an engine were to have no loss due to friction…

**MATH**

**Determine the point on the x and y axes where 16x + y + 10 =0 intersects them.**

We are given the line 16x + y + 10 =0. Now we need to find the point in the x and y axes where this line intersects them. That is the x and the y intercepts. we can write the line in the form…

**MATH**

**evalute: 4 whole 3/8 + 2 whole 5/6 – 1 whole 2/3show all your working out and explain how you got…**

4whole and 3/8 +2 whole and 5/6 -1 whole and 2/3. 4+3/8+2+5/6-(1+2/3) (4+2-1) +(3/8+5/6-2/3) LCM of denominators = 24 5 + (3*3+5*4-2*8)/24 5+(29-16)/24 5+13/24 5 and 13/24

**MATH**

**Determine the slope of the line 8x – 32y -9 = 0?**

We have to find the slope of the line 8x – 32y -9 =0. First we express the equation in the form y = mx+c, where m is the slope of the line and c is the y-intercept. 8x – 32y -9 =0 keep y on one…

**MATH**

**Determine if i/(1+i) + i/ (1-i) is real or imaginary.**

To determine if i/ (1+i) + i/ (1-i) is real or imaginary, we have to convert the expression to make the denominator the same for both the terms. On simplification if we are left with an imaginary…

**HOMER**

**What are Homer’s epic poems used to portray about our society or what values do they seek to…**

The article makes very clear that the vales to be taken away from Homer’s works are the notions of honor and glory. The fact that Greek society placed such a high value on these attributes is…