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• Math
The difference between terms for the first series is 7 (d1 = 7): 10 -3 = 717 - 10 = 7 The difference between terms for the first series is 2 (d2 = 2) 65 - 63 = 267 - 65 = 2 The term equation for...

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• Math
a1= a2 = 1 an = 2*an-1 + 3*an-2 a1= 1 a2 = 1 a3= 2*a2 + 3*a1= 2*1 + 3*1 = 5 a4 = 2*a3 + 3*a2 = 2*5 + 3*1 = 13 a5 = 2*a4 + 3*a3 = 2*13 + 3*5 = 26+15 = 41 a6= 2*a5 + 3*a4 = 2*41 + 3*13 = 82+ 39 =...

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• Science
Legionnaires' disease is the most severe of two forms an infection of legionellosis that manifests as pneumonia. The less severe pontiac fever is caused by the same infection; however, it produces...

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• Math
log 2 , log(2^x - 1), log(2^x + 3 ) ..... find f Since the above is an arthimatical progression, then: log (2^x - 1) - log2 = log (2^x + 3) - log (2^x -1) But we know that log a - log b = log a/b...

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• Math
The simple answer is it is not an A.P. because A.P.'s do not contain powers; however, to prove it: a1 = 1 + 4 = 5a2 = 4 + 4 = 8a3 = 9 + 4 = 13a4 = 16 + 4 = 20 a2 - a1 = 3a3 - a2 = 5a4 - a3 = 7 As...

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• Math
a1,a2,....,an is an arthimatical progression. an = (1/3)*n + 1/6 a1= 1/3 + 1/6 = 3/6 = 1/2 a2= 2/3 + 1/6 = 5/6 a3= 3/3 + 1/6 = 7/6 ..... We notice that a1,a2,a3,...,an are parts of an arthimaltical...

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• Math
4,9,14,19,....a20,...an We notice that the differenc ebetween terms is 5 ==> r= 5 a1= 4 a2= 4+ 5 = 9 a3= 4+ 2(5) = 14 ...... a20 = 4 + 19(5) = 99 an = a1 + (n-1)*r = 4 + (n-1)*5 = 4+...

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• Math
From in the information given: a1 = logaa2 = log(a^2 / b)a3 = log(a^3/b^2) Just from looking at it you can tell that it is, and the equation is log([a^n]/[b^(n-1)]); however, to solve it...

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• Literature
I must confess I'm not familiar with the Foster text (though it sounds intriguing), but I can offer you a few interesting and significant meals found in some classic literary works which you might...

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• The Bluest Eye
Each section of the novel offers a glimpse at one aspect/time of Pecola's life. Essentially framed around one year of her existence, the novel describes the events season by season, often...

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• William Shakespeare
They are not related in any way to each other. Marlowe was an aristocrat, upper crust artist with a penchant for self-destruction. He was snobby, a dandy, an alcoholic, a wild man, a brawler, an...

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• Hamlet
An important element of the unique approach to Hamlet in Branagh's film version is that he included flashbacks and scenes that don't exist in Shakespeare's play. So, in effect, he created his own...

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• Ode to the West Wind
In this poem, Shelley talks about the west wind as both a creator and a destroyer. He says that as it destroys things (through storms) it is also recreating new landscapes and new life. He hopes...

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• History
The Progressive Era is a long one, starting roughly in 1865 after the Civil War and lasting until 1921 when Warren G. Harding took over the Presidency and the 17th, 18th and 19th amendments had...

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• Sara Teasdale
The title of the Sara Teasdale poem hints to its true meaning. The word "barter" means to trade one thing for another. Teasdale's poem illustrates the belief that the good things in life do not...

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In athletics pyramid training is varying the duration and intensity of exercise throughout a training session. It is also known by its popularized name HITT - High Intensity Interval Training;...

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• Math
Let the lost weight = xWeight of potatoes at 99% - Weight of potatoes at 98% = x0.99(100) - 0.98(100 - x) = xSimplify:99 - 98 + 0.98x = x1 = x - 0.98x1 = 0.02x50 = xTherefore the total weight lost...

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• A Rose for Emily
The narrator's use of "we" suggests that although one person may be telling the story - she considers her opinions to be those of the majority. The actual identity (even gender) of the narrator in...

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• Grammar
I personally would teach it no differently than how one teaches mathematics: provide a set of rules, and how to make use of them step-by-step starting with the most basic of rules, and building in...

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• Science
Our tongues have millions of taste receptors on them. In addition, tooth paste is full of many different chemicals that clean our teeth. It is no surprise that these chemical can have an impact on...

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• Science
There are many different ways that doctors can check for drugs in the body. Drugs show up in the urine, hair, blood, etc. Prescription medications show up in a drug test the same way that illegal...

• The Odyssey
Polyphemus is the name of the Cyclopes who Odysseus encounters on his adventures after the Trojan War, as he attempts to find his way home. Odysseus lands on an island, and he and some of his men...

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• Roald Dahl
Both the young con man in "Dusk" and the old man in "The Umbrella Man" have concocted stories that will bring them relatively large sums of money if they have the desired effect on the victim. If...

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• Teachers
There is much within this question that poses some challenges in answering effectively. The most primary of them in my mind is the term "Asian teaching situations." Attempting to make a blanket...

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• Reference
The communicative approach and communicative language teaching are generally synonymous, though I believe other subjects could be taught using the communicative approach. As far as I know, at this...

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The question does not give any data of the jewellery brands to be marketed using franchise route, or the kind of franchise to be used. In this situation it is not possible to judge if franchise...

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• Reference
The X-bar theory is used when performing syntactic analysis on a phrase or sentence usually in the form of a syntactic tree. Essentially what this theory states is that there are syntactic...

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• Science
Absolutely! The blood vessels that run through your gums have a one way street to your heart. If you develop an infection deep in your gums, and it is left untreated for a duration of time the...

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• The Secret Life of Bees
Starting with your idea of their fathers - think beyond just the relationship each girl has with her father. Think about the relationship each girl has with her family*. Scout's is decidedly...

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• Animal Farm
You can see that the pigs are being treated differently from the other animals just about as soon as the revolution is over. Already in Chapter 3, the pigs are clearly treated better than any of...

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• Machiavellian Ethics
I have read The Prince several times. I have never read Utopia; I can judge it only by its title. In The Prince, Machiavelli described the behavior of princes as he had observed it to be during...

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• Great Expectations
Readers first become acquainted with Sarah Pocket in Chapter 11, when Pip arrives at Miss Havisham's and is instructed by Estella to wait in the corner of the room until he is called for. In the...

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• History
As other editors state, in comparison to other misdemeanours, the Watergate scandal was pretty mild compared to other presidential abuses of power. Of course I would have been disappointed, but...

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• The House on Mango Street
House on Mango Street was not written as an autobiography - exactly. Do not read into these stories as true events of the author's life. Instead of plot details, Sandra Cisneros uses the truth...

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• Law and Politics
I think that there is no way that the number of such issues will decrease in the future. I think it is inevitable that the number will grow. The reason for this is the fact that our technological...

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• William Shakespeare
If he had indeed written the plays, the reasons why he hid behind the image of Shakespeare are according to Marlovian theorists, the following: Marlowe was a larger than life character. He...

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An exit interview is what takes place between you, your manager, and someone from HR when you are voluntarily leaving your job to take a job at a different company. It usually involves answering...

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• William Shakespeare
In the past I've taught A Midsummer Night's Dream to both my drama class and English class simply because it's one of his more popular plays-I think students would recognize the name more than the...

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• Speech and Drama teachers
There are lots of rhetorical devices in Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech. King was a gifted writer and speaker; if you listen to this speech you will hear the rhythms of his soaring...

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• Science
The muscular system plays several roles in the human body. It is essential for locomotion, balance and posture, absorbing shock and heat, breathing, and digesting food. These are just a few of the...

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• Macbeth
Shakespeare's language is innately fighurative. In Macbeth his language has helped to enhance the setting. Macbeth is a story of evil, death and violence. Therefore the drama is enacted in a...

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• Law and Politics
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• Night
Like so much in Wiesel's work, there are many layers of analysis within this topic. What I take away from it is that the title's reference can be connected to the poem that is featured when...

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• Science
Digital signals are capable of carrying more information than analogue signals because digital signals make use of the bandwidth more efficiently by closely approximating the original analogue...

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• Hatchet
The first element used in Hatchet to create suspense is foreshadowing. Paulsen consistently gives clues of upcoming events. One of the first (and most obvious) examples is in the first couple of...

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• Science
Electrostatic phenomena are quite commonplace, but unusual events. There are many different examples of such events, but I will name only a few of them to demonstrate what they are: One example...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
Well this is an interesting question. At first thought, if we're comparing life circumstances, these girls almost couldn't be more different. I suppose to get the obvious out of the way first,...

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• Social Sciences
The short answer is it is uncivilized because it doesn't work. To publicly humiliate someone to an end that is not achieved is quite barbaric. Criminals are already quite ostracized from society,...

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