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• History
To me, this statement by a commander of peacekeepers raises the question of whether peacekeeping can ever work under rules such as the ones he describes. In the statement, the commander points out...

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• Science
It depends...is the bleeding immediately after sex or weeks after sex? If it is immediately after sex then I would say that perhaps something inside the woman (for example, the hymen) has a minor...

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• Math
We notice that we have to solve an exponential equation, so we'll re-write it first: 2^(x^2-4x+3)=2^(-1) Because the bases are the same, namely 2, both sides of the equality, this means that the...

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• Brave New World
You can find the answer to this towards the end of Chapter 18. We are not explicitly told that they girl who comes down out of the helicopter is Lenina, but it is certainly implied. What John does...

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• History
Sending peacekeeping troops to an area of conflict is a difficult thing if the sides in the conflict are not really willing to have peace. You can see this in the experience of the peacekeeping...

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• Math
The length of this field is 110 units and the width is 50 units. Here is how to find those answers: Let L equal the length and w equal the width. In this case l = 2w + 10 and 2l + 2w = 320 Now...

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• Their Eyes Were Watching God
In many ways, the muck--the Everglades--could be considered something like an Eden for Janie. All of her life, Janie has dreamed of a place where she can be herself and she can love the man she is...

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• Cry, the Beloved Country
Clearly, any reading of this novel identifies racism as a central theme, but I think that Paton is actually exploring something deeper than the symptoms of the situation we are presented with....

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• Math
We observe than the first and the third sides are longer than the second side. Let's put: x=the second side, in feet 2x=the first side, in feet 3x-20=the 3rd side, in feet. The sum of the 3 sides...

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• Literature
Charles Hooper was a man of courage. He met with a severe accident and got paralysed but he mustered courage to adapt himself to the new situation. He displayed great persevarance during his...

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• Math
The three sides of the triangle are 66 for the first side, 34 for the second and 44 for the third. Here is how to find this: Let A be side 1, B be side 2 and C be side 3. We know that a + b + c...

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• Philip Larkin
As a poet, Philip Larkin has often been seen as an anti-modernist -- that is, as a poet who consciously rejected many of the most influential poetic trends of the first half of the twentieth...

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• Social Sciences
The Feminist Movement advocated for women's rights in respect to many different things. It dealt with equal rights including voting and equal pay. It also dealt with domestic violence and sexual...

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• Philip Larkin
In answering this question, much depends on how one chooses to define "romantic" and "anti-romantic." For example, if one chooses to define "romantic" as implying optimism, naivete, celebration of...

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• The Merchant of Venice
Shakespeare gives Antonio a decidedly unsavory side to his character while showing the persecution that Shylock justly feels a reaction to, so it is possible, from one perspective, to read The...

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• Julius Caesar
It seems that Antony made a quick appeal to logic so that his audience would not lose interest in his speech. If he had begun with pathos, the appeal to emotion, the audience would have no reason...

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• Great Expectations
In his bildungsroman, Great Expectations, Charles Dickens employs humor and comic relief through the use of ridiculous and silly characters to whom he gives typically ridiculous names. And, he...

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• 1984
Both novels point out some of the faults of systems that are based on the system over everything else. If you look at the ways that Big Brother and Nurse Ratched maintain control over the inmates...

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• Macbeth
The witches' portrayal may differ based upon choices made for an individual production. But they are generally seen as evil, manipulative and mysterious. Thematically, they may represent the idea...

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• Math
In this problem, you are simply asked for the relationship between the two variables. You are not asked to find the actual ages of the two because there is not enough information to find the...

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• Math
Let's establish the dimensions of the original rectangle: x=width of the rectangle, in umits; 2x=length of the rectangle, in units. We'll put into equation the enunciation: The area of the first...

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• Ode to the West Wind
The Shelley describes the powerful effect of the west wind in the sky. The west wind brakes away the "Clouds" like earth's decaying leaves from the boughs of Heaven. After being plucked, these...

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• Math
The three angles of this triangle are 35 degrees, 70 degrees, and 75 degrees, respectively. Here is how to figure that out: Let us call the first angle A, the second B and the third C. That gives...

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• Double Indemnity
Three themes are the idea of senseless (or at least relatively) killing, sexuality and greed. These are shown in a number of ways: Huff shows this first one as he considers the idea of killing...

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• Noam Chomsky
As a cognitive psycho linguist Chomsky basically established the accepted paradigm of the Language Acquisition Device (LAD) which is an ideal linguistic corpus that exists within our brain which...

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• Cinema
V, the main character in V for Vendetta, simulates the actions of Guy Fawkes. Guy Fawkes attempted to blow up the House of Parliament in England in the early 1600's. "People should not be afraid of...

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• The Story of an Hour
When we refer to the style of a given piece of literature, we are actually talking about an umbrella-term that could be used to refer to a large number of different components, including point of...

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• Math
For factorizing the polynomial we have to expand the square, first: 5(a^2-2ab+b^2) - 4a^2 + 4ab. Now, we just have to open the bracket, multiplying each term by 5: 5a^2-10ab+5b^2-4a^2+4ab Now,...

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• A Long Way from Chicago
Yes, Joe did become a soldier. The last chapter of the book, entitled "The Troop Train," takes place in 1942. Joe sees in the dawning of World War II a chance "to realize (his) old dream of...

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• Of Mice and Men
John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men exhibits many characteristics basic to others created by authors of the Lost Generation. One that comes to mind immediately is Sherwood Anderson's Winesburg, Ohio....

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• Oedipus Rex
These are three different questions, and they're not particularly connected; so, I'll do my best to give you the best sense of this section of the play. Oedipus is a good king who has heard the...

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• Religion
I certainly think that there is some validity to the statement. Yet, I would qualify it to a great extent. Obedience to parents is a powerful concept if it is one that has been proven worthy. If...

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• Math
X*x*x*x*x = (x-2)^4+2 x*y = xy-2(x+y)+6 then x*x = xx -2(x+x) +6 = x^2 -4x +6 = (x-2)^2 +2 now (x*x)(x*x)=[(x-2)^2 +2] [(x-2)^2+2]= (x-2)^4 +2

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• Math
First we'll substitute the law of composition x*e with the expression given by the enunciation, substituting y by e. So, x*e = x^(3lne), where lne=1. x*e=x^3 But, from enunciation, x^3=1. x^3-1 =...

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• Treasure Island
The story begins at the Admiral Benbow Inn, located at Black Hill Cove on the southwest coast of England. Later, the setting changes to Bristol, an English seaport where the ship Hispaniola is...

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• Math
A0 = (0, 2) A1= (1, 3) the line A0A1 y- y0 = m (x-x0) where m is the slope and = (y1-y0)/(x1-x0)= (3-2)/(1-0) = 1 ==>using A0 y-2 = 1(x-0) ==> y = x+2

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• Math
If A(x)*A(y)=A(x+y), calculate A(1)*A(2)*...*A(20)? Solution: let x = 1 and y=2 then A(1)*A(2)= A(1+2) = A(3) ..... multiply by A(3) now A(1)*A(2)*A(3) = A(3)*A(3) = A(6)= A(1+2+3) ==>...

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• Julius Caesar
In Act 3, Scene 2, when Antony is addressing the mob he shows them the torn and bloody cloak covering Caesar's body in order to stir them up even further than he already has done. Antony, of...

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• Math
To prove that "*" is a composition law over the set (2 ,+ infinite), we have to verify if the result of the composition is an element of the set (2 ,+ infinite). That means that xy-2(x+y)+6>2 If...

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• Tuesdays With Morrie
In Tuesdays With Morrie, Morrie's father is a father in name only. There is a division of labor in the house, and Morrie's parents marriage is segregated. Morrie's mother takes care of the kids,...

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• Math
f=x^3+3x^2+4x+2 ==> f = (x+1)(x^2+2x+2) g=x^3+4x^2+x+4 ==> g = (x^3+4x^2) + (x+4) ===> x^2(x+4) + (x+4) ==> (x+4)(x^2 +1) ==> g= (x+4)(x-1)(x+1) then the GCD = (x+1)

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In "The Cask of Amontillado," referring to a wine, Montresor has received offenses and an insult from Fortunato. It is the insult that determines Montresor on revenge. The Latin language family...

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• History
The law code of Hammurabi, like many of the other early Mesopotamia law codes, serves to legitimate the role of the monarch by framing monarchy as an intermediary between the divine and the human...

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• The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Washington Irving's writings have a supernatural element to them, and this is part of the gothic tradition in literature. Although not as dark and intense as some other "gothic" writers--such as...

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• Macbeth
Macbeth takes place in Scoutland, during Medieval times. It is said that Shakespeare chose this setting to please the new king, James, who became king when Elizabeth I died leaving no heirs. James...

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• History
Rosa Parks is famous as the woman who is said to have started the Montgomery Bus Boycott in Alabama in 1955. This was the first major mass public action of the Civil Rights Movement. I say that...

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• Social Sciences
I'm almost 30, and perhaps lucky to say that I've never lost someone really close to me - nor any family members. I have, however, experienced the death of students, suite mates (in college) and...

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• Social Sciences
To me, this depends greatly on the circumstances of the death. The more unexpected the death and the younger the person, the harder it is to deal with. For example, my grandmother died when she was...

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• History
I can think of three things that you could call "achievements" in the life of Khomeini. First, he was a major part of the Islamic Revolution that overthrew the Shah of Iran. This revolution led to...

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