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The ShiningThis question is useful. It is useful to be reminded that King isn't just a horror writer, or just out to shock readers and gross them out, but also uses a wide range of literary techniques, such...

ScienceA capacitor `C` is in series with a resistor `R` . The capacitor is charged, and then a switch is...After the switch is closed, the charge on the capacitor decreases as `Q(t)=Q_0e^(t/(RC))` The initial energy of the capacitor is `U=Q_0^2/(2C)` So we want to solve for a time such that...

ScienceSuppose a current loop of area `a` carrying current `i` , with moment of inertia `I` is placed in...This is essentially the problem of the simple pendulum applied to a current loop. The dipole moment p will want to align itself to an external magnetic field. The torque is: `tau=m xx B=iaB...

HistoryThe answer to this question is, of course, a matter for debate, both for modern historians and for people who actually lived through the period in question. The effects of the SpanishAmerican War...

LiteratureThe word "existential" refers to anything that concerns, relates to, or affirms existence. This entire text addresses the nature of human existence, namely, the fact that human beings are...

Law and PoliticsIt is entirely appropriate that the Bill of Rights has a provision addressing the individual citizen's right to privacy from government authorities. The authors of the Constitution knew how vitally...

The Plague of DovesThroughout The Plague of Doves, Billy and Corwin Peace evolve in opposite ways. While Billy becomes a cruel tyrant, Corwin eventually grows from a troubled youth to a talented musician. Billy...

MathThe probability that a particle with the wavefunction `Psi(x)` will be found in some region `R` is `int_R Psi(x)^2 dx.` In our problem it is `int_(oo)^0 Psi(x)^2 dx =int_(1)^0 Psi(x)^2 dx...

HistoryThroughout recent history, Latin America has had a significant impact on the United States due to its proximity and close trade relations. There are many economic and political ties between the two...

ScienceThe magnetic field produced by a current carrying wire is: `B=(mu_0 I)/(2pi r)=(mu_0 I)/(2pi d)` Then use the lorentz force law per unit length is `F/L=q/L(v xx B)=lambda (v xx B)=(lambda*v xx...

ScienceThere are 4 forces acting on the block:gravitational force `mg` downwards,the force `F_0` downwards,the reaction force `N` upwards,the friction force `F_f` horizontally. The net force `F_(n et),`...

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ScienceThere are three forces acting on the lead cube:gravitational force with the magnitude `Mg` downwards,buoyant (Archimedes') force `mg` upwards,lifting force of unknown magnitude `F` upwards. Here...

ScienceI will solve this problem in a general way that would work for any one body parabolic, elliptic or circular orbits. The total energy of an arbitrary classical orbit is derived from its Lagrangian....

July's PeopleIn July's People, how did Maureen's character grow and evolve while she was outside soaked in the...Maureen's character evolved significantly while she was outside soaked in the rain, although this evolution was not entirely positive. Alone in the bush, Maureen comes to realize that her values...

PhilosophyThis is, in some ways, a variant on the "trolley problem" in philosophy. One of the main issues here is that it forces a choice in a way that may not be entirely realistic. Thus my response would...

Eudora Weltya) In this story, the man and woman dance beautifully together at Baba's, appearing to onlookers as if they have always been a couple. True. The name of the beer shack is actually "Baba's Place."...

ReferenceI'm going to focus on the first set of related questions about the German study, as per eNotes' policy. If you have more questions, you can submit them separately. The study concerns the anchor...

Math1. The Koch snowflake at stage 0 is an equilateral triangle with side length 1 unit. a) Find the... (1 image)Hello! 1. When constructing the Koch snowflake, we start with an equilateral triangle (stage `0`). On each subsequent stage the figure remains a closed polygon, all segments of this polygon have...

LiteratureThis story functions as a satire because it makes the argument that most people  "98.4 percent of all those who die in a given month," in fact  live such uneventful lives, are so "satisfied"...

The Mill on the FlossHow do you write a literary criticism of The Mill on the Floss? I don't know what to write about....There are several different approaches you could take to the assignment. The key to writing a critical paper of this type is to focus on one very narrow topic you can investigate in depth. A key to...

The Man Who Turned Into a StickThe transformation of the young boy's father into a stick within Kobo Abe's oneact play The Man Who Turned Into a Stick serves as the catalyst for the other characters' transformation (or, at...

LiteratureKobo Abe wrote The Man Who Turned into a Stick as part of a series of plays intended to serve as a commentary on the nature of dehumanization. Exploitation and dehumanization are central themes in...

Sir Gawain and the Green KnightThis is a great question, as it wrestles with a fundamental problem in the text. In the fourth part of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, the Green Knight spares Gawain's life, although he chooses to...

HistoryWorld War I started in 1914, when a nineteenyearold Serbian nationalist killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the throne of the Hapsburg empire. The eventual result was that the...

Lonesome DoveThis is an interesting question because many of the reasons Lorena Wood begins to disassociate herself from people and activities actually traumatize her as well. Generally, Lorena has to...

ScienceTwo black holes of mass `m=10M_s` are traveling at 80% the speed of light and collide head on and...We must apply conservation of relativistic 4momentum, `P^(mu)=[E_(t o t)/c,p]` . Where` p=gamma*mv` is the relativistic spatial momentum. `P_i^(mu)=P_f^(mu)` `P_(i,1)^(mu)+P_(i,2)^(mu)=P_f^(mu)`...

Math`r=2csc theta+3` To solve, express the polar equation in parametric form. To convert it to parametric equation, apply the formula `x = rcos theta` `y=r sin theta` Plugging in `r=2csctheta +3` ,...

MathThe formula of arc length of a parametric equation on the interval `alt=tlt=b` is: `L = int_a^b sqrt((dx/dt)^2+(dy/dt)^2) dt` The given parametric equation is: `x=t` `y=t^5/10 + 1/(6t^3)` The...

MathThe equation for arc length in parametric coordinates is: `L=int_a^b sqrt((dx/dt)^2+(dy/dt)^2) dt` Where in this case: `dx/dt=d/dt (t^(1/2))=1/2t^(1/2)` `dy/dt=d/dt(3t1)=3` `a=0, b=1` Therefore...

MathArc length of a curve C described by the parametric equations x=f(t) and y=g(t), `a<=t<=b` where f' and g' are continuous on [a,b] and C is traversed exactly once as t increases from a to b,...

MathThe formula of arc length of a parametric equation on the interval `alt=tlt=b` is: `L = int_a^b sqrt((dx/dt)^2+(dy/dt)^2) dt` The given parametric equation is: `x = e^(t)cost` `y=e^(t)sint` The...

MathThe formula of arc length of a parametric equation on the interval `alt=tlt=b` is: `L = int_a^b sqrt((dx/dt)^2+(dy/dt)^2) dt` The given parametric equation is: `x=6t^2` `y=2t^3` The derivative of...

MathThe formula of arc length of a parametric equation on the interval `alt=tlt=b` is: `L = int_a^b sqrt((dx/dt)^2+(dy/dt)^2) dt` The given parametric equation is: `x=3t + 5` `y=7  2t` The derivative...

Math`x=5+3cos theta` `y= 2+sin theta` First, take the derivative of x and y with respect to theta. `dx/(d theta) = 3sin theta` `dy/(d theta) = cos theta` Take note that the slope of a tangent is...

Math`x=3cos theta` `y=3sin theta` First, take the derivative of x and y with respect to `theta` . `dx/(d theta) = 3sin theta` `dy/(d theta) = 3cos theta` Take note that the slope of a tangent is equal...

MathThe parametric equations are: `x=t^36t` (1) `y=t^2` (2) From equation 2, `t=+sqrt(y)` Substitute `t=sqrt(y)` in equation (1),...

MathGiven parametric equations are: `x=t^2t` `y=t^33t1` We have to find the point where the curves cross. Let's draw a table for different values of t, and find different values of t which give the...

Math`x=sqrt(t)` (1) `y=t5` (2) Draw a table for different values of t and plot the points obtained from the table.(Refer the attached image). Connect the points to...

Math`x=t^3` (1) `y=t^2/2` (2) Draw a table for different values of t and plot the points obtained from the table.Connect the points to a smooth curve.( Refer the...

Math`x=1+t` (1) `y=t^2` (2) Draw a table for different values of t and plot the points obtained from the table (Refer the attached image). Connect the points to...

Math`x=2t3` (1) `y=3t+1` (2) From equation 1, `x+3=2t` `=>t=(x+3)/2` Plug in the value of t in equation (2) `y=3((x+3)/2)+1` `y=(3x+9)/2+1`...

MathFrom the table of power series, we have: `(1+x)^k = 1 +kx+ (k(k1))/2! x^2 +(k(k1)(k2))/3!x^3 +` ... To apply this on the given integral `int_0^0.2 sqrt(1+x^2)dx` , we let: `sqrt(1+x^2)...

MathFrom the table of power series, we have: `(1+x)^k = 1 +kx+ (k(k1))/2! x^2 +(k(k1)(k2))/3!x^3 +` ... To apply this on the given integral `int_0.1^0.3 sqrt(1+x^3)dx` , we let: `sqrt(1+x^3)...

MathFrom a table of power series, recall that we have: `arctan(x) = sum_(n=0)^oo (1)^n x^(2n+1)/(2n+1)` To apply this on the given problem, we replace the "`x` " with "`x^2` ". We get: `arctan(x^2)...

MathFrom the Power Series table for trigonometric function, we have: `arctan(x) =sum_(n=0)^oo (1)^n x^(2n+1)/(2n+1)` `= x x^3/3 +x^5/5  x^7/7 + x^9/9...` Applying it on the...

MathFrom the table of power series, we have: `cos(x) = sum_(n=0)^oo (1)^nx^(2n)/(2n)!` `= 1x^2/(2!)+x^4/(4!)x^6/(6!)+` ... To apply this on the given integral `int_0^1 cos(x^2) dx` ,...

MathFrom the Power Series table for trigonometric function, we have: `sin(x) =sum_(n=0)^oo (1)^n x^(2n+1)/((2n+1)!)` `= x x^3/(3!) +x^5/(5!)  x^7/(7!) +...` Applying it on the integral...

MathFrom the basic list of power series, we have: `ln(x) =sum_(n=0)^oo (1)^(n) (x1)^(n+1)/(n+1)` `= (x1)(x1)^2/2+(x1)^3/3 (x1)^4/4 +...` We replace "`x` " with "`x+1` " to setup:...

MathFrom the table of power series, we have: `e^x = sum_(n=0)^oo x^n/n! ` `= 1+x+x^2/(2!)+x^3/(3!)+x^4/(4!)+x^5/(5!)+` ... To apply this on the given integral `int_0^1 e^(x^2)dx` , we replace...