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• John Locke
I would say that Locke was influenced by Descartes. While he might have held some fundamental disputes with Cartesian logic, the basic premise of the realm of the private is something that...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
I would confirm for you that the characters listed by the student above are the most important characters in the book for various reasons. Scout, whose real name is Jean Louise, narrates the story...

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• I Stand Here Ironing
In Tillie Olsen's "I Stand Here Ironing" the mother's act of ironing is a metaphor for an examination of the past in an effort to reconcile her responsibilities to and relationship with her...

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• Math
(x+1)(x+5)(x+3)= -3 First let us open brackets: ==> (x+1)*(x^2 + 8x + 15) = -3 ==> (x^3 + 8x^2 + 15x + x^2 + 8x + 15 = -3 ==> x^3 + 9x^2 + 23x + 18 = 0 Now let us factor" ==> (x+2)(x^2...

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• Math
The answer to this is 59. 10 x 5.9 = 59 The easiest way to do this is to understand what happens to the decimal point when you multiply a number by 10 (or by 100 or by any multiple of 10). When...

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• Teachers
With the information is given, I think that the primary benefits from the activity is primarily reading based. The action of bringing reading material (newspaper) from home helps to broaden the...

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• Math
x^4 - 7 = 6x^2 First let us move 6x^2 to the left side: ==> x^4 - 6x^2 -7 = 0 Now let us factor: (x^2 - 7)(x^2 +1) = 0 ==> x^2 - 7 = 0 ==> x = +-sqrt7 ==> x^2 + 1 = 0 ==> x= +- i...

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• Arts
The old expression, "A picture is worth a thousand words" still holds true in contemporary society although the truth of photographs is nowadays questionable, what with such techniques as...

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• Of Mice and Men
Consider the life of a segregated African-American in 1930s California. And Crooks is not only segregated from the other ranch hands, but he is the only black man ostensibly anywhere nearby. I...

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• Math
f(x) = x^2 + 6x - 5 First we need to obtain the first derivative's zeros: f'(x) = 2x + 6 = 0 ==> 2x = -6 ==> x= -3 Now we have a critical values at x= -3 which means the the function f(x) has...

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• History
Babylon was a city in ancient Mesopotamia located on the Euphrates River and was about 55 miles south of the modern city of Baghdad in Iraq. There are several important artistic and cultural...

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• Math
ln e^3 + ln e^3x = 6 We know that: ln e^a = a*ln e = a*1 = a Then: ln e^3 + ln e^3x = 3 + 3x = 6 Now subtract 3 : ==> 3x = 3 Divide by 3: ==> x= 1

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• Math
2z + z' = 3 + 2i let z = a+bi ==> z' = a-bi Now substitute: ==> 2(a+bi) + (a-bi) = 3 + 2i ==> 2a + 2bi + a - bi = 3 + 2i Group like terms: ==> 3a + bi = 3 + 2i ==> 3a = 3 ==> a=...

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• Math
2x - y = 5 ...... (1) x + y = 3 ........(2) We will use the elimination method: Add (1) and (2): ==> 3x = 8 ==> x= 8/3 Now to calculate y, we will substitute in (1): 2x -y = 5 ==> y= 2x-5...

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• Math
The line passes through A(1,3) and B(2,-1) Then: y-yA = m (x-xA) where m is the slope. m= (yB-yA)/(xB-xA) = (-1-3)/(2-1) = -4 Then: y-3 = -4(x-1) y-3 = -4x + 4 ==> y= -4x +7

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• Math
log 3 (x) + log 3 (2) = 2 We know that: log a + log b = log a*b ==> log 3 (x)*2 = 2 ==> log 3 (2x) = 2 ==> 2x = 3^2 ==> 2x = 9 ==> x= 9/2 = 4.5 Then the answer is: x= 4.5

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• Science
Within the region described as the hypogastric or hypogastrium, you can find most of the small and large intestine, the bladder, and depending on how you divide things up, portions of the stomach,...

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• Arts
Complementary colors are colors that are opposite one another on the color wheel (see reference link). The colors "vibrate" with each other, causing them to be more prominent to the eye than if...

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• American Scripture
I believe that the answer to this question can be found in the title of Part 2 of Chapter 4 -- "An All-But-Forgotten Testament." Basically, Maier argues that for many years after the Declaration...

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• Religion
I would say that Swami Vivekananda's welcome to the crowd was electrifying and reflective simultaneously. Consider that in 1893, Hinduism was not fully understood as a unifying force, but rather...

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• The Secret Life of Bees
In The Secret Life of Bees, Lily is a fourteen year-old narrator who frames her story in the first person. This narration is common to coming-of-age bildungsroman literature, especially Southern...

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• Math
Because it is not specified what we have to prove, we'll solve the following steps. For the beginning, in the given addition, we have the terms a^-1, b^-1 and c^-1. We'll substitute these terms by...

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• Math
y= (2x-1)/(2x+1) First ley us cross multiply: ==> y*(2x+1) = 2x-1 ==> 2xy + y = 2x - 1 Now group temrs with x: ==> 2xy - 2x = -y-1 Now factor x: ==> x (2y - 2) = -(y+1) Now divide by...

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• History
I think that if there is a textbook or some type of external force that guides your class, focusing on the answer this gives might be a good start. In my mind, I would say that Jefferson's work...

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• Math
(cosx)^2 + sin2x = 0 We know that: sin2x = 2sinx*cosx ==> cos^2 x + 2sinx*cosx = 0 Facros cos(x): ==> cosx*(cosx + 2sinx) = 0 Then : cosx = 0 OR cosx + 2sinx = 0 cosx = 0 ==> x=pi/2 ,...

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• Chemistry
We'll write the decomposing reaction of lime carbonate: CaCO3 ->CaO + CO2 So, we've answered to the second question: the type of reaction - decomposing reaction Now, we'll write the rule of...

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• Guide to Literary Terms
As a suggestion about writing metaphors, remember that there are four ways to write metaphors, depending on whether the literal and figurative terms are respectively named or implied: 1. In the...

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• Law and Politics
The short answer to this is that the word "station" means something like "status." What this part as a whole means is that if you have a status that is separate (from other countries) and equal (to...

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• The Awakening
There is evidence of at least two possible allusions in the second part of Kate Chopin's novel, The Awakening. In Chapter 28 – “…comprehend the significance of life, that monster made up of...

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• Essay Lab
Let me give you a few tips: 1. Open with a word picture that vividly describes a image or feeling. One way to do this is to make sure you use sensory details and lots of adjectives and adverbs....

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• Religion
I assume you mean a social injustice, as in, would it be considered sinful from the Catholic perspective, or the Biblical one, to undergo plastic surgery. I have read the Bible several times in my...

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• Science
According to kinetic theory particles (atoms, molecules) are in constant thermal motion unless at absolute zero. Molecules of water have attraction forces between them, and if the molecules aren't...

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• Chemistry
We'll write the reaction of Ca with the water: Ca + 2H2O -> Ca(OH)2 + H2 Now, we'll apply the rule of three: 1 mole of H2 .............. 22.4 liters x moles of H2 ............. 0.224 liters...

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• The Pit and the Pendulum
There are at least five major literary devices in "The Pit and the Pendulum." Edgar Allan Poe is the "father" of the horror story. The first device is one that he uses so masterfully in his...

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• Social Sciences
I think that Jung would argue that in fields such as learning and education, human beings are driven by the need to individuate. Jung was passionate about this in terms of how individuals learn....

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• Math
We'll apply kinetic energy variation rule: dE =dL (*) E = E1 + E2 (1) E1 = (G1+P)*v12/2g (the kinetic energy of the hanging weight) E2 = J2* ω2/2, where ω = v1/R2 and J2 = G2*R22/2g ω = angular...

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• O. Henry
I think that the bold words that you call to our attention are very similar in meaning to the rest of this passage. They are all meant to reinforce the idea that Fuzzy's actions are recalling the...

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• Hamlet
Before Claudius and Polonius overhear the planned encounter between Ophelia and Hamlet, Polonius peaks Claudius' interest in Ophelia as the cause of his mad behaviour in Act II, scene ii. He...

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• Rip Van Winkle
In my opinion, the story of the old men and their bowling is meant to help give the story its fake serious tone. This passage sort of refers us back to the beginning of the story and supplements...

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• Reference
The Data Protection Act is a law in the United Kingdom, passed in 1998, and it was intended to protect individuals' privacy and to help prevent data/identity theft, especially online. It specifies...

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• Science
When using the scientific method to solve a problem or question, one formulates an educated guess or hypothesis which is a possible answer to the problem or question. In order to test your...

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• A Rose for Emily
In addition to the previous post, Keep in mind that Faulkner used phrases such as "an eyesore of all eyesores", and "a reminder of the past" to refer to both Emily's house and Emily herself as a...

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• Science
Glucagon is a hormone which serves the purpose opposite to that of insulin. Instead of lowering the blood sugar level it increases it. This is necessary in cases where a diabetic has taken too much...

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• Romeo and Juliet
I think I'm getting old, because all the young actors and actresses--those who would be of an age to play these roles--seem pretty much the same to me. I am taken by Dakota Fanning, though, and...

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• Reference
It sounds to me like you are asking for the major aspects of what makes up all human language. Obviously you understand many languages are used by humans, so we need to identify what makes them...

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• The Crucible
I have edited your question because you asked two. You are only allowed one question per entry. In Act III, I really start to get mad at Rev. Parris. Everything he says is accusatory, and the only...

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• Math
The amount of the gift \$7000 becomes 10,000,000 200 yars. To find the rate of interest, we first see that an amount P invested in yearly compound interest becomes P(1+r) in the first year,...

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• Teachers
I would say that television can reap some great benefits to kids in the K-8 range. Prior to any of these, I think that, like the internet or any other medium, it has to be facilitated through...

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• Alfred, Lord Tennyson
In his works, Tennyson combined his interest for science with his (unorthodox) Christian faith. Tennyson was particularly interested in geology and biology. He was influenced by the elaboration of...

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• History
Gandhi's view of Satyagraha was conceived as an idea to not merely defeat, but to convert an adversary. It was different than passive resistance, which still establishes one force in direct...

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