write expressins representing three consecutive even integers

# write expressins representing three consecutive even integers

• MATH

write expressins representing three consecutive even integers

You need to write a reccurence relation that allows you to evaluate any three consecutive even integers, such that: n−2,n,n+2n-2,n,n+2 You should notice that a sequence of three consecutive numbers…

• HISTORY

What would a day at the Circus Maximus be like for a chariot racer?

It is difficult to answer this kind of question with any degree of precision or certainty because the evidence is so scanty. In general our sources for the classical world come from the higher…

• THE SCARLET LETTER

In Chapter 8 of The Scarlet Letter, what does Chillingworth note about Dimmesdale’s defense of…

Chillingsworth notes that Dimmesdale presents his defense of Hester with unusual passion. He says to him, “You speak, my friend, with a strange earnestness”. When Hester feels that the group…

• BUD, NOT BUDDY

What did Todd tell Bud was in the shed in the story Bud, Not Buddy?

Todd tells Bud that there are vampire bats in the shed, as well as spiders and centipedes. He claims that “the last kid who got put in there got stung so bad he was swole up as big as a whale when…

• THINGS FALL APART

What is the theme and the conclusion of Things Fall Apart?

One theme of the novel is that inability to adapt to changes can lead to one’s downfall. This is shown in the conclusion, when Okonkwo hangs himself rather than submit to the laws of the British…

Describe the levels of management and the skills needed by managers at each level. This is from…

Put simply, there are three levels to management: a) Top-level b) Low-level and c) Mid-level. Top-level management is the highest level, and it includes the positions that hold the most…

• JULIUS CAESAR

In Julius Caesar, what are the similarities and differences between Brutus and Caesar? Who is the…

The play is named after Caesar, but Brutus is the play’s protagonist. He is a Shakespearean tragic hero; the play concerns his internal and external conflicts and ends with his downfall and…

Who was Salieri in the movie version of “Amadeus?”

In “Amadeus,” Antonio Saleri is portrayed as classical composer of mediocre ability who was eaten up by his envy of Mozart. He is portrayed as sick, miserable, jealous … but is this true? I am…

• SCIENCE

Are there any foods suitable for human consumption that have protists in them?I need to be able…

As you may well know, many of the uni-celled members of kingdom Protista are responsible for human sicknesses and diseases associated with contaminated or unsanitized water and diseases carried by…

• THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

In Connell’s short story “The Most Dangerous Game,” what is Sanger Rainsford’s attitude or tone…

Rainsford is on his way to Rio to pick up hunting guns especially designed for shooting jaguars. He is an accomplished hunter out to find a new thrill, and the blood-lust passion of the hunt is…

• HATCHET

Why does Brian fail to signal the search plane?

Although Brian had figured out how to make fire by the time the search plane flew by (after seeing sparks in the dark when the hatchet struck the shelter wall), he did not have the signal fire…

• THE JOY LUCK CLUB

Why does Jing-Mei Woo’s mother think she can become a prodigy?

Jing Mei’s mother thinks she can become a prodigy because she has been watching clips of Shirley Temple, a young girl who was a famous actress well known for her singing and dancing abilities. She…

• PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

How is love presented in “Pride and Prejudice”?How is love presented in “Pride and Prejudice”?

By having her protagonist declare fairly early on that she will only be happy if she marries for love, and in the end she holds out and does just that, it proves that romantic love trumps all of…

• THE ODYSSEY

In the eleventh book of The Odyssey, what is the message Achilles delivers to Odysseus?

When Odysseus sees him in the Land of the Dead, Achilles doesn’t really have a message for him, but wonders why Odysseus has ventured to such a horrible place. Odysseus tells him he’s there for…

• DEATH OF A SALESMAN

What connection is there, if any, between Biff’s return and Willy’s inability to get past Yonkers?

Willy is upset because Biff is coming home, yet again, unable to hold down a job or make it on his own. While Biff isn’t entirely incompetent, the problem is that his attitude and puffed up sense…

• LAW AND POLITICS

Can you legally be charged interest on money that you borrow but have not received yet?Say you go…

If you borrowed the funds on a Friday afternoon, as you stated, why didn’t you receive the funds then and there? When you borrow money from a bank or any other institution for that matter, you…

• JAMES THURBER

Why is Jack Smurch not a hero in “The Greatest Man in the World”?

If you’re still interested, here’s an answer. It’s true that Jack Smurch has succeeded in flying solo over the Atlantic Ocean, something that no one has done before. But… He’s hot-tempered,…

• INCIDENT AT HAWK’S HILL

What are some negative character traits for Ben from Incident at Hawk’s Hill?

Ben is barely six years old and slightly autistic, so character traits that might be considered negative in other characters may be dependent on his mental capabilities rather than his deliberate…

• FAHRENHEIT 451

In “Fahrenheit 451” why does Montag run to Faber’s house?

To give a bit more detail to the previous answer, Montag runs there because he is fed up with his society, confused, and needing answers. It hasn’t been too long since Captain Beatty invaded his…

• JULIUS CAESAR

In Julius Caesar, what are the supernatural events and which characters are affected by them?

Shakespeare’s audiences were fascinated with supernatural events, frequently believing in them as reality rather than acts of imagination. Shakespeare gave his audiences what they enjoyed; many of…

• GULLIVER’S TRAVELS

What is the point of view of Gulliver’s Travels?

Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift is written using first person point of view. With regard to point of view used in literary works, the three most common types are: First person: The story is…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In “To Kill a Mockingbird” what events led to Arthur’s being shut in the house for fifteen years?

The initial event was being caught causing ruckus in the town with his buddies when they were teenagers. They were just goofing off, and ended up locking the town’s beadle (law-man) in the…

• A ROSE FOR EMILY

What are the differences between the old and the new South in the story “A Rose for Emily”?

The old South is represented by Emily’s father, Colonel Sartoris, and Judge Stevens. They all believed in men being chivalrous while women were the weaker sex. Society was made up of “landed…

• A ROSE FOR EMILY

In “A Rose for Emily” what would be Homer Barron’s view of the story? How would he tell it?

Homer would probably be completely taken aback, and a bit baffled by the entire thing. He comes into town, a newcomer, is well-liked, goes about his business, and for some reason attracts the…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In To Kill a Mockingbird, what were the fears and superstitions the townspeople of Maycomb had…

The fear and superstition about the Radley home, specifically about Boo Radley’s presence, live primarily in the imaginations of the children of Maycomb, although some of the adults (certainly not…

• BIOLOGY

How much blood does a person’s body contain?

A typical human body contains approximately a gallon and a quarter, or ten pints, or 4.7 liters of blood.

• INHERIT THE WIND

In the play Inherit the Wind, in Bert Cate’s trial was it Henry Drummond who defended him?

Yes. In the play, Henry Drummond is a famous defense attorney who is brought to Hillsboro, Tennessee, to defend Bert. His fee is paid for by Hornbeck’s newspaper, the Baltimore Herald, because the…

• FAHRENHEIT 451

In “Fahrenheit 451” how has Faber changed compared to the previous time he met with Montag?If…

The first time they met, Faber had been paranoid and careful. The second time they met, he eventually lets Montag into his house and trusts Montag, revealing things that he wouldn’t have before….

• BUD, NOT BUDDY

What had Todd really done to Bud before his mother came into the room in Bud, Not Buddy?

Todd had provoked a fight with Bud, and before his mother came into the room, had given the smaller boy a sound trouncing. On his first night at the Amos’ house, Bud awakens from a sound sleep to…

• FAHRENHEIT 451

In “Fahrenheit 451” did Beatty want Montag to kill him in the third part?

That is what the book says. Montag, thinking back, realizes, “Beatty had wanted to die. He had just stood there, not really trying to save himself,…joking, needling, …yelling at people and…

• DEATH OF A SALESMAN

How do the themes of alienation and performance relate to Death of a Salesman?

The themes of alienation and performance are central in the play, and each relates directly to the tragedy of Willy’s life. Willy’s relationship with Biff is one of alienation stemming from the…

• THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS NOW

I need four quotes/excerpts saying some juicy things from the novel, That Was Then, This Is Now.

1. After hustling a couple of Texans out of \$25 while shooting pool at Charlie’s Bar, Bryon and Mark are cornered on a dark street by their unhappy opponents. They have a handgun, and things look…

• THERE WILL COME SOFT RAINS

In “There Will Come Soft Rains,” what effect does the final description of the house have on the…

This really is a personal question based on your own opinion, but if you need some help, here is what I recall about the end of that story. The house is in shambles, after it was unable to sustain…

• MACBETH

What body part do the witches have in Act 1 of Macbeth?

In Act I of “Macbeth” as the witches meet on the battlefield, they discuss the evil and disruption they have caused. The first witch has had a disagreement with a sailor’s wife because she would…

• THE COLOR OF WATER

What struck James as odd about his father in chapter 12?

Hunter Jordan, James’ stepfather, was a very unusual man. James was struck by the old fashioned clothes that Jordan wore, the fact that he was not interested in civil rights or the Mets and that he…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord of the Flies, who assumes the role of chief?

In “Lord of the Flies,” Ralph originally assumes the role of chief, but this role is usurped by the violent and savage power of the hunters led by Jack who understands that he can manipulate the…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord of the Flies, how is Piggy handicapped?

Piggy is a short and overweight boy who wears glasses and represents order and democracy. He is afflicted with asthma and doesn’t care to do strenuous work on the island. He tries very hard to…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

What is the main reason Ralph is worried about the boys not coming back to the meeting?

This bit comes just after Jack has shouted “Bollocks to the rules!” and run away from the assembly. Ralph and Piggy are left standing there, wondering what to do next. Piggy encourages Ralph to…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

Where does Percival say the beast comes from?

Percival Weyms Madison is quite an important character in the novel, as he, perhaps more than anyone else, is a clear yardstick for how far the boys have descended into savagery. It takes a while…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord of the Flies, Piggy explains to Ralph that Jack can be very dangerous – not to Ralph, but…

Here’s the bit from the novel you need: “I’m scared of him,” said Piggy, “and that’s why I know him. If you’re scared of someone you hate him but you can’t stop thinking about…

• SCIENCE

Explain what solids such as glass , wax and clay have in common.

They are “amorphous” solids. What this means is that they do not actually take on any particular form but they can be shaped into various and useful forms by humans, very convenient! Some people…

• NIGHT

In Night by Elie Wiesel, what eight words separate Elie and his family forever?

In the third section of the book, Elie arrives at Auschwitz with his family. As they depart from the train, the SS officers command, “Men to the left! Women to the right!” Elie responds with the…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord of the Flies, what logic does Jack use to assure the others that there are no large…

In chapter 2 Jack listens to the littlun who is scared. What he tells Jack, Jack then repeats aloud to the group. When the littlun says that there’s a beastie on the island, Ralph denies it 5…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

Describe Jack’s violent reactions in Lord of the Flies.

Jack shows lots of violence in this book. Perhaps the first time he is really violent is when they kill the pig. He gets his hunters to kill the sow, and then they torture the poor thing. Next…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord of the Flies, where could the laziest boy find an easy meal?

The best place for even the littluns to find food was in the forest. There was plenty of fruit to be picked. In chapter 3 Simon takes the littluns into the forest and helps them to reach the fruit…

• THE NAMESAKE

What are the themes in The Namesake?

Some of the themes in The Namesake are immigration into another country; assimilation into one’s own lifestyle the customs, traditions and attitudes of the new country; marriage; home. Immigration…

• LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord of the Flies, describe the eerie felings Jack describes about hunting.

Halfway through chapter 3, Jack explains how he feels when he’s hunting. “If you’re hunting sometimes you catch yourself feeling as if–” (then he blushed) “There’s nothing in it of course….

• LORD OF THE FLIES

In Lord of the Flies, what does Ralph consider their primary objective?

Ralph’s objective is to get the signal going so any passing ship will see them and come rescue them. In order to keep that signal going, however, the boys must work together to keep the fire lit….

• ROMEO AND JULIET

In Romeo and Juliet, how does Gregory’s behavior change when he spots Tybalt in the distance?

When Gregory sees Tybalt coming, he knows that Tybalt is a fiery character. He will not back down to a fight. When he sees Tybalt he says “Say ‘Better.’ Here comes on of my master’s kinsmen.”…