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• Math
First, let's write the general form of the equation of the line: y=mx+b, where m represents the slope and b represents the y intercept. Analyizing the given equation of the line, y = 5x + 4, we'll...

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• Math
The first impulse would be to multiply both sides with (x-3), which it's not so simple as it looks, because we don't know that (x-3) is positive or negative. We'll solve the problem discussing 2...

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• Of Mice and Men
I do not know which time you are talking about since Lennie says this to George more than once in the book. But it does not really matter -- George's response is always pretty much the same....

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• Macbeth
In Macbeth, women were defined by their husbands: they take on his status and rank. So, both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth go through the following character changes. However, Lady Macbeth experiences...

• Math
First, let's remind the rule of absolute value: |x|<c if and only if -c<x<c Applying the rule to our relation, we'll get: |x + 3| =< 5 if and only if -5=< x+3 =<5 Subtracting 3...

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• History
The Electoral College, while controversial in some respects, probably isn't going anywhere because it is part of the Constitution, and abolishing it would require support from more states than we...

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• Science
Economic costs will be incredibly large. Not only are they losing money from the loss of oil itself but they are losing money in the cleanup process as well. They are going to have to pay millions...

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• Math
Let's analyze each factor of the function f(x) = (x-1)^2*[(x+4)]. The factor (x-1)^2 will be always positive for any value of x, except when x=1, when the function will be canceled. For the...

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• Math
First, we have to factorize the expression. x(5-2x)>0 The key points of the function f(x) = x(5-2x) are the roots of x=0 and (5-2x)=0. So, the key points are x=0 and x=5/2. For x<0, the...

• Science
LOCATION: In the Gulf of Mexico, 40 miles southeast of the coast of Louisiana. BP: British Petroleum is the fourth largest company in the world and the largest in Great Britain. TRANSOCEAN LTD.:...

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• 1984
It seems as if there might have been cooperation between O'Brien and Charrington. Charrington presented the apartment as if there was no telescreen in it, but it turns out that there was. If he...

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• Ezra Pound
Ezra Pound uses the classic technique of the evocative power of sounds in his scheme (a kind of figure of speech) for evoking emotion in "Taking Leave of a Friend." The image of "Blue mountain" and...

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• Social Sciences
I'm guessing the argument behind this question is that professional athletes are overpaid. Certainly it is an easy argument to agree with. However, if you look at the business of professional...

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• Science
The gluteal muscles are largest. The gluteus minimus and maximus comprise this group. They are your buttocks. A very close second is the bilateral latissimus dorsi muscles which are your "lats"....

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• Twilight
I'm going to have to say that 'Midnight Sun' in most likely going to be the only re-written version of Twilight from Edward's point of view. Stephanie Meyer has said that Twilight will be the only...

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• Guide to Literary Terms
I agree with the above teacher. Fate is being personified. Fate cannot speak, it cannot be defied, and it cannot whisper. But humans can do all of these things. That is the definition of...

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• Peter Pan
You have some great information brainstormed. The key point you are missing is a theme statement. Once you get this down it can serve as the thesis for the whole paper. Then, the examples you...

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• Good Advice Is Rarer than Rubies
The "opening section" is a bit confusing to me. I think more detail is needed here in order to deliver a more focused answer. I would say that Rushdie's description of the "Tuesday Women" who...

• Henry Fielding
Henry Fielding's novel 'Joseph Andrews'(1742) was an early example of his 'comic epic in prose'. The novel was the story of a footman, Joseph, who was seduced by the wife of his master--Lady...

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There are three types of verbal irony: sarcasm, overstatement, and understatement. Sarcasm is saying the direct opposite of what you mean for humorous effect. Overstatement (also known as...

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• John Donne
The Sun Rising is a monologue to the Sun, in which the narrator both exalts it and insults bringing with it a lot of descriptive and emotive language that gears towards the necessity of the Sun in...

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• Warriors Don't Cry
What she means by this is that you do not get dignity or freedom from how others treat you or from what things you have. Instead, we get our dignity from our own minds -- we have dignity and...

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• Social Sciences
The study of history is often times the study of patterns, so yes, I do agree. One example that leaps to mind is the British experience during the American Revolution and the American experience...

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• John Donne
The poem The Flea presents us with two lovers who have been bitten by a flea. In his own naturalistic and existentialist way, John Donne places the male character telling his beloved woman that,...

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• John Donne
If we go with the traditional characteristics of metaphysical poetry, certainly John Donne fits the bill with The Sun Rising. First, metaphysical poetry often presents an argument against an unseen...

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• Anniversary
It is always dicey and difficult to speculate as to why a particular author wrote what they did, or to ask how they felt. Unless they themselves tell you the answer, you can never be sure whether...

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• John Donne
In "The Flea" John Donne's speaker uses the metaphysical conceit of a flea's blood-sucking to convince a possible lover to join him in physical (sexual) union. It's a kind of pick-up line using...

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• History
There's probably a specific answer to this question to be found in your textbook and you should check for that. People do not always emphasize the same things so my answer may not be exactly what...

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• Poetry of Moore
Yeah, I am. She rocks. Here's some basic info: Birth and Death Date: November 15,1887- February 5, 1972 Hometown and Areas of primary residence: Born in Kirkwood, Missouri School of Poetry:...

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• Literature
Wow. I thought I would have to ride the fence on this, but let's use different terms, and I can prove my case. What if we used the word feedback with regard to the other two terms. Constructive...

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• Reference
You must first start out in small tournaments, such as charity. These are often held in your own community. Then you can search for tournaments that are near you in larger cities. The goal is to...

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• Epithalamion
An epithalamion is a type of poem that has its origin in Greek nuptial day celebration poetry. Spenser wrote his Epithalamion to celebrate his wedding day although it was written three years after...

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• History
One thing is to teach tolerance and to try to make people see the fundamental similarities between them so that they will not want to kill one another. This is difficult to do, though. A second...

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• Science
Here is a basic physics explanation for many of the improvements: When you are in a car that is moving you have momentum = mass x velocity and kinetic energy = 1/2 x mass x velocity squared. When...

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• The Crucible
No, I don't believe Abigail is a sympathetic character and, in fact, I think the audience grows to despise her actions and manipulations of others throughout the play. When she steals away under...

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• The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
Junior's game pits his current school against his former school. It is a chance for Junior to bring the two halves of his life together on the basketball court in front of those very people from...

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• Twelfth Night
Let's look a these terms: Comedy, Triumph of True Love, and Heartbreak, as they describe the love relationships in Twelfth Night. First, Comedy. Structurally, a play that is termed a Comedy is...

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• The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" is not a book, but in fact a short story by F. Scot Fitzgerald. The emphasis in the film is on the love story of Benjamin and his wife; she becomes a major...

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• Brave New World
The "utopian" society of Brave New World is set up in a pyramid caste system structure. There are two, three, five, or six castes/classes, depending on how you look at the novel. Within the Alpha...

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• Lord of the Flies
Simon's trance and conversation with the Lord of the Flies is the theme of the book - that the evil in the world lies within the heart of mankind, not from without. As early as chapter 5, Simon...

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• The Piece of String
It's actually rather difficult to determine a true climax to Guy de Maupassant's short story, "The Piece of String." The primary events in the story seem to be the accusation against Maitre...

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• Matthew Arnold
Arnold’s touchstone method is a comparative method of criticism. According to this method, in order to judge a poet's work properly, a critic should compare it to passages taken from works of...

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• 1984
When you ask how, you lead me to believe that you are looking for the writing techniques he used to portray these horrors. Characterization is used as he demonstrates Winston's insecurity about Big...

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• History
The SS operated as Hitler's elite police force. They were a group of individuals who were committed to the Nazi party and the leadership. They were seen as authentically German, representative of...

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• As You Like It
Rosalind's humor is "healthy" in that it is compassionate. It pokes fun, gently, at the foibles of human nature, particularly those of men and women in love. She can even make fun of herself, as...

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• As You Like It
Celia, as lovely and supportive as she is, is certainly overshadowed by her vivacious cousin, Rosalind (one of Shakespeare's most brilliant creations). Celia's own father, Duke Frederick, admits...

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This is a good Question . The Ford motor campany goes through 4 types of test (as said in your question) Which are the Customer value ,competencies, extenability ans sustainability.(as said in...

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• Literature
Since you put this question in the literature section, I assume that you are asking what is meant when (in old works of literature) it is said that someone had "a flux." If that is what you are...

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• Law and Politics
I have always found it interesting that tobacco can be readily purchased so easily despite its obvious health hazards. As the leading cause of lung cancer, cigarettes can be directly attributed to...

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