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**ROMEO AND JULIET**

**Any suggestions on how to improve my Romeo and Juliet comparison essay? We were assigned to…**

I will answer your question about whether or not your thesis is clear, arguable, focused, and good. Yes, I believe that your thesis idea is all of those things. I can’t offer specific feedback on…

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**OF MICE AND MEN**

**Why does George say that he and Lennie can’t leave yet?**

In Chapter 2 Lennie wants to leave because George warns him against Curley who is antagonistic, and about looking at Curley’s wife, warning him to avoid her. With the appearance of Curley in the…

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**OKAY FOR NOW**

**What is the best word to describe chapter 7 in Gary Schmidt’s Okay for Now?**

One word that describes chapter 7 of Gary Schmidt’s Okay for Now is optimistic, since the author creates a very optimistic mood throughout the chapter. Schmidt creates an optimistic mood by…

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**AND THEN THERE WERE NONE**

**What does everyone say is unusual when they arrive on the island?**

Chapter Two describes the arrival of the eight guests on the island. The guests are met by Thomas and Ethel Rogers, the butler and cook/housekeeper respectively. Agatha Christie lets us in on the…

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**NIGHT**

**Who unofficially teaches Elie the Kabbalah?**

At the beginning of the book, it is Moshe the Beadle, a kind of elevated homeless man of Sighet, who teaches Elie the Kabbalah. Many in Judaism felt that the Kabbalah, the Jewish mystic text, was…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, on what page can the following passage be found:…**

In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, the speech in question is spoken by Mr. Dolphus Raymond, a wealthy white man in Maycomb who is ostracized by society for living with and bearing children with…

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**BUD, NOT BUDDY**

**When Bud told Miss Thomas about how he found out that Herman is his grandfather, what happened?**

Bud goes upstairs to get the photograph of his mother to show to Miss Thomas and Mr. Jimmy, seeking confirmation that she is Mr. Calloway’s daughter. He enters his room to find his grandfather…

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**HISTORY**

**How did the decisions of President Madison, related to protecting American ships and settlers,…**

President Madison made some decisions related to American shipping and settlers that affected our country. The United States was getting tired with the British interference with our shipping…

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**SCIENCE**

**What happens when the supply of energy-rich molecules in a muscle is used up?**

Fermentation takes over. The energy-rich molecules you are talking about are glucose molecules, C6H12O6. They are what is normally used for energy production in animal cells. The normal process…

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**SULA**

**What is the message or lesson learned from Toni Morrison’s Sula?**

Morrison’s Sula is difficult to simplify down to a single moral, yet there are a number of salient themes and messages that we might identify in the novel. Part of the reason that Sula is hard to…

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**THE ADVENTURE OF THE SPECKLED BAND**

**What does Holmes’ examination of the will indicate?**

Holmes is gone until around one o’clock in the afternoon. When he returns to Baker Street he tells Watson what he has learned from reading the will of Helen Stoner’s mother. “I have seen the…

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**THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER**

**Who are the main characters in the story “The Devil and Tom Walker”?**

One main character is Kidd. Without him the story can’t really happen. He is an old, dead and gone pirate that made a deal with the devil to secretly hide his treasure. Tom Walker is the main…

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**THE PIGMAN**

**From Zindel’s The Pigman, write a series of letters between Lorraine and her mother discussing…**

Lorraine’s mother suffers from the hardships of being a single mom and feelings of rejection from her former husband. Lorraine suffers from an emotionally absent mother who can’t find a silver…

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**HISTORY**

**Why was the discovery of America so significant?**

The “discovery of the Americas” is perhaps more accurately described as a collision of European and American peoples and cultures. This had profound long-term effects. It led to the exploration and…

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**ROMEO AND JULIET**

**Who are the Montagues in Romeo and Juliet?**

Montague is Romeo’s family name. In Romeo and Juliet, the two feuding families are the Capulet and the Montague families. Romeo belongs to the Montague family, while his young love, Juliet, belongs…

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**SCIENCE**

**When an ambulance with its siren on is moving towards you does the wavelength of the sound get…**

When a siren approaches you the wavelength of the sound decreases, corresponding to an increase in frequency which we perceive as increase in the pitch of the sound. This is known as the Doppler…

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**THANK YOU, M’AM**

**What is Mrs. Jones’ purpose in talking to Roger about herself? Why do you think she gives him the…**

When Roger attempted to steal Mrs. Jones’ purse, she could easily have turned him in or chased him away. However, Mrs. Jones’ decides to take matters into her own hands and teach Roger a lesson….

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**What are some of Jem’s character traits in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird?**

Jem has many character traits throughout the novel To Kill a Mockingbird. One of Jem’s character traits is his bossy attitude toward Scout and Dill. Jem is continually giving Scout and Dill…

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**REFERENCE**

**Why was it difficult for the United States and Soviet Union to find common ground?**

It was difficult for the United States and Soviet Union to find common ground for diplomacy because they held radically different ideologies. The United States valued private sector control of…

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**WIZARD OF OZ, THE**

**What character development occurs in The Wizard of Oz?**

In the beginning of the Wizard of Oz, Dorothy is a farm girl from Kansas who has mostly led her life fairly sheltered. Though unafraid and bold, she doesn’t like being in a new strange land and at…

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**FRINDLE**

**In Frindle, how did Nick feel when people recognized him?**

After the newspaper article about the word “frindle” runs, which includes Nick’s picture, he becomes rather famous; people all over town recognize him wherever he goes. All this attention makes…

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**SCIENCE**

**Construct an argument for how earth’s interior layers may have formed, and how the layers…**

In the beginning, the earth was a part of the solar nebula, which was a huge gas and dust cloud. Earth was formed by a process called accretion, which basically is the accumulation of bits and…

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**SCIENCE**

**A student rolls a ball down a smooth wooden ramp and observes what happens. Then he puts…**

The student is most likely investigating the effect of friction on motion, by comparing the motion of the ball, along a smooth surface and a rough surface. In the first case, when the ball rolls…

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**HISTORY**

**Where was the slave trade banned as part of the Compromise of 1850?**

The Compromise of 1850 was an important compromise. The country was dividing along sectional lines, especially over slavery. This compromise attempted to resolve some of the issues that existed at…

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**HISTORY**

**What were some of the religious reasons the colonists went to Jamestown?**

The primary reason that the original settlers went to Jamestown was not a religious one. However, some early colonists in Jamestown did feel the need to spread the message of Church of England…

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**ANIMAL FARM**

**Compare Snowball and Napoleon’s contrasting leadership styles as they are presented in Animal Farm.**

There were marked differences between Snowball and Napoleon in their roles of leadership. An initial description of the two reads as follows: Napoleon was a large, rather fierce-looking Berkshire…

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**LITERATURE**

**What is the summary of Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food by Paul Greenberg?**

Four Fish begins with a graphic description of AquaBounty’s plan to modify salmon genetically in order to make them bigger and more suitable for human consumption. To produce the salmon, a chinook…

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**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**How is social justice reflected in Chapter 30 of To Kill a Mockingbird?**

Social justice, as per dictionary.com, refers to the “distribution of advantages and disadvantages in a society.” In Chapter 30 of To Kill a Mockingbird, there are two main instances of social…

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**SCIENCE**

**Is malleability a chemical or physical property?**

Malleability is a physical property of matter; it is not a chemical property of matter. It describes a piece of matter’s ability to be molded into thin sheets. This could be done by either…

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**ENDER’S GAME**

**In Ender’s Game is Ender born a hero or made a hero? Give three examples why.**

I would argue that Ender is made a hero. Here are three simple examples of why. 1: His decision to defend himself from bullies in school Graff and the others force Ender to be bullied so that he…

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**ROMEO AND JULIET**

**How does Shakespeare present love in Romeo and Juliet?**

Shakespeare presents love in three ways in Romeo and Juliet. He presents it as something that happens at first sight, something that can conquer anything, and as something that is worth dying for….

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**PRIDE AND PREJUDICE**

**What did Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice think constituted a good marriage?**

Elizabeth believes marriage should be based on love, but she is also practical: she does not wish to make a financially unsound match. For example, she tells her Aunt Gardiner that she finds…

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**THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH**

**In “The Masque of the Red Death,” how do the chimes of the clock affect the guests? What are…**

The chimes from the clock send a wave of unease over the guests at the party. When the clock chimes, the musicians stop playing, leaving the chimes to be the only sound throughout the rooms. Poe…

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**HISTORY**

**To what extent is militarism an important cause in the outbreak of World War I?**

Militarism was a major cause of World War One, and it was a symptom of the deeper causes of the war. In the decades before the war, tensions increased between European nations and empires over a…

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**THE RAVEN**

**What does the word “nevermore” represent in “The Raven?”: a. internal rhyme b. alliteration…**

Although Edgar Allen Poe does use internal rhyme and alliteration in the poem “The Raven,” the word “nevermore” is a refrain. The word is repeated eleven times in the latter stanzas of the…

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**HISTORY**

**How did female monarchs change the Tudor court?**

There were three kings in the Tudor line before a serious problem arose. The problem was that a male heir to the throne had not been produced and the Tudors were a relatively new monarchy. They…

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**HEALTH**

**I have chronic colitis. I am quite comfortable at home, but when I get in my car to go shopping…**

CogniMag is a scientifically researched hypoallergenic dietary supplement that claims to have a positive effect on cognitive functioning. Being hypoallergenic is important because various allergies…

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**THE PIGMAN**

**In Zindel’s The Pigman, how would you end chapter 2 if you could?**

Chapter 2 in Zindel’s The Pigman ends with John and Lorraine sitting on the bus laughing for no apparent reason. This is how they first bond and become friends, but there are some questions that…

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**LORD OF THE FLIES**

**In the novel Lord of the Flies, Golding shows the descent of order and rules into chaos and…**

1) In Chapter 2, during an assembly meeting the littlun with a mulberry birthmark on his face mentions that there is “beastie” on the island. This moment is significant to the collapse of civilized…

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**MATH**

**x−2y=1,y=x−1−−−−−√x-2y=1,y=x-1 Solve the system graphically or algebraically. Explain your…**

Let’s solve this system of equations algebraically. When possible, this method gives exact results and requires no drawing. From the second equation x≥1x≥1 and y≥0.y≥0. With these cautions we can…

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**MATH**

**xy−1=0,2x−4y+7=0xy-1=0,2x-4y+7=0 Solve the system graphically or algebraically. Explain your…**

Since the equations of the system are not transcendental equations, you may solve the system algebraically. You need to use substitution method, hence, you may use the second equation to express x…

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**MATH**

**x2+y=4,ex−y=0x2+y=4,ex-y=0 Solve the system graphically or algebraically. Explain your…**

You need to solve the system, hence, selecting to solve it algebraically, yields: x^2 + y = 4 e^x – y = 0 Replacing e^x for y in the first equation yields: x^2 + e^x = 4 e^x = 4 – x^2 Now, you need…

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**MATH**

**y−e−x=1,y−ln(x)=3y-e-x=1,y-ln(x)=3 Solve the system graphically or algebraically. Explain your…**

y−e−x=1y-e-x=1 y−ln(x)=3y-ln(x)=3 We will make substitution from the first equation. y=1+e−xy=1+e-x Now we plug that substitution into the second equation. 1+e−x−lnx=31+e-x-lnx=3 Now we see that the above equation…

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**MATH**

**y=x3−2×2+x−1,y=−x2+3x−1y=x3-2×2+x-1,y=-x2+3x-1 Solve the system graphically or algebraically….**

Let’s solve this system algebraically. The reasons are: a) not to draw a graph and b) highest accuracy. We have x3−2×2+x−1=−x2+3x−1,×3-2×2+x-1=-x2+3x-1, or x3−x2−2x=0.×3-x2-2x=0.There is one root x=0 and the remaining…

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**MATH**

**x−2y=4,x2−y=0x-2y=4,x2-y=0 Solve the system graphically or algebraically. Explain your choice…**

Let’s solve this system algebraically. The reasons are: a) not to draw a graph and b) highest accuracy. Express yy from the second equation, y=x2,y=x2, and substitute it into the first equation:…

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**MATH**

**x2+y2=25,2x+y=10×2+y2=25,2x+y=10 Solve the system graphically or algebraically. Explain your…**

Let’s solve this system algebraically. The reasons are: a) not to draw a graph and b) highest accuracy. Express yy from the second equation, y=10−2x,y=10-2x, and substitute it into the first equation:…

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**MATH**

**y=2x,y=x2+1y=2x,y=x2+1 Solve the system graphically or algebraically. Explain your choice of…**

Let’s solve this system algebraically. The reasons are: a) not to draw a graph and b) highest accuracy. Substitute y=2xy=2x into the second equation: 2x=x2+1,2x=x2+1, or x2−2x+1=0,x2-2x+1=0, or (x−1)2=0.(x-1)2=0….

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**MATH**

**(−23)x+y=2,2x−3y=6(-23)x+y=2,2x-3y=6 Solve the system by the method of substitution.**

Express yy from the first equation: y=(23)x+2,y=(23)x+2, and substitute it into the second equation: 2x−3y=2x−2x−6=6,2x-3y=2x-2x-6=6, or −6=6,-6=6,which is a contradiction. The answer: this system has no solutions.

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**MATH**

**6x+5y=−3,−x−(56)y=−76x+5y=-3,-x-(56)y=-7 Solve the system by the method of substitution.**

Express xx from the second equation, x=7−(56)y,x=7-(56)y, and substitute it into the first equation: 6⋅(7−(56)y)+5y=−3,6⋅(7-(56)y)+5y=-3, or 42−5y+5y=−3,42-5y+5y=-3, or 42=−3,42=-3, which is a contradiction. The answer: this system…

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**MATH**

**(12)x+(34)y=10,(34)x−y=4(12)x+(34)y=10,(34)x-y=4 Solve the system by the method of substitution.**

Express yy from the second equation: y=(34)x−4,y=(34)x-4, and substitute it into the first equation: (12)x+(34)⋅((34)x−4)=10,(12)x+(34)⋅((34)x-4)=10, or (12)x+(916)x−3=10,(12)x+(916)x-3=10, or (1716)x=13.(1716)x=13. So x=16⋅1317=12+417x=16⋅1317=12+417…

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