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HistoryAlthough it is a bit confusing to figure out what you really want and need to know about Delius because of your very general question, I am happy to attempt to give you some ideas as to Delius'...

ReferenceA number of options have been discussed and suggested (and some of them have been implemented as well) for preventing the spread of ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria), especially as it...

HamletIf we look at the "To be or not to be" soliloquy and the following scene with Hamlet and Ophelia from PBS' Hamlet and compare it with the original text and earlier adaptations, several differences...

HistoryThe main impacts of European colonization on women in different European colonies in Asia, Africa and the Americas can be listed as the following: 1) Domestication: The women in various colonies...

BusinessA supply chain is a system consisting of every component starting at raw materials and ending at the consumer end. So, everything, including the people, research, development, production,...

Lord of the FliesIn Lord of the Flies, the initial feelings of "enchantment" and the confidence that Ralph's father, a Navy commander, will come and rescue the boys, is slowly overtaken by fear and feelings of...

Lord of the FliesIn Lord of The Flies, despite the idyllic and "enchanted" island and the fact that the boys are not controlled by "grown ups," and so intend to have some fun, whilst waiting to be rescued,...

MathWe want a onetail test value in the student's tdistribution such that the area to the left is .05 with degrees of freedom 6. See the attached table: First scan down the column for degrees of...

Of Mice and MenI would not say that the desire for power is a central theme of the book, Of Mice and Men. For example, the word power is not even used once in the novel. However, it is there in the background in...

The Prime of Miss Jean BrodieIn literature, the use of flash backs is quite common. Flash forwards are less renown but equally effective in establishing a course rather than a direction and theme of a novel. Often the...

Cat and MouseIn anatomy, lacunae are the small gaps within the bone matrix; in the gaps reside osteocytes. This sytem of cavities (lacunae) with residing osteocytes are connected through a system of minute...

LiteratureIndividuals who experience traumatic or otherwise lifeaffirming or changing events can be considered to have exposed their inner selves in a manner that others can only hope to fully comprehend....

MacbethIn Macbeth, the witches have a devastating influence on Macbeth. In Shakespeare's day, the witches or "Weird Sisters" would have been the epitome of evil and, in terms of the witches own words in...

The ChrysalidsJoseph Storm is the father of David, Mary, and Petra. He is not a nice guy. Kind of has a "holier than thou" type attitude. He does believe that he is a man of God, but the reader learns to...

Math(1) `y=2sec(2xpi/2)+1 ` The general form is y=a sec[b(xh)]+k a performs a vertical dilation, b is a horizontal dilation (affects the period), h performs a horizontal translation, and k performs...

The OdysseyJust to add to readerofbooks' answer above, I'll mention that atheism did exist in ancient times and in Ancient Greek culture. Though religion was a foundational pillar of most states that granted...

ReligionThe answer to this question is an intensely personal one and one which you must answer for yourself. Our views on Christology will not necessarily be anywhere near to yours and it would be much...

Oedipus RexBoth Sophocles' play "Oedipus Rex" and the file "Minority Report" raise the interesting question of whether it is possible to simultaneously possess foreknowledge of the future and have free will....

Animal FarmThis is a great question. The text says that all the animals unanimously awarded this honor upon Snowball and Boxer. The animals decided unanimously to create a military decoration, ‘Animal...

Julius CaesarI'm not sure "most people" would consider Julius Caesar the tragic hero of the play. He does have some elements of a tragic hero. Namely, he dies. Also his misfortune is not entirely deserved, but...

MathYes, you are on the right track. You can use the substitution u = 3x, which then means that du = 3dx (so, dx = du/3) and `x^2 = (u/3)^2 = u^2/9` When you plug all this into original integral, it...

MathTo prove a statement by induction, it has to be shown that the following two conditions are satisfied: 1) The statement is true for n = 1 (or any applicable initial value of n) 2) Assuming that the...

Orality and LiteracyWalter Ong's 1988 book Orality and Literacy was a landmark in communication theory, articulating many of the central concerns of the Toronto School about the relationship between technologies of...

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MathThe function y = x  5. x is the absolute value of x. This the distance of the point (x,0) from the origin. If x >= 0, x = x and if x < 0, x = x The function y = x 5 can be...

Math(2, 6), (1, 7) To solve this, we can substitute the x and y values into the equation to see if they are solutions. First, let's substitute the (2,6). 6(2)+0.5(6)`<=5` 123`<=5`...

Math(10, 3), (5, 7) To check if the ordered pairs are solutions to inequality, we can substitute x and y values into the inequality. `15>2(10)2(3)` `15>206` `15>14.` 15 is greater than 14....

Math(3, 7), (5, 4) We can substitute the x and y values of the ordered pairs into inequality to check if they're solutions. Let's try (3,7) first. `(3)(7)<= 10` `3+7<= 10` `10<=...

Math(1, 3), (0, 2) We can substitute the x and y values of the ordered pairs into inequality to check if they're solutions. First, let's do (1,3): `12(1)+4(3)>=3` `1212>=3` `0>=3` Since 0...

MathFirst, multiply both sides by two to get rid of the 1/2 you're left with: `20(x+1)=x18` Then, distribute the 20 in front of (x+1) and you're left with: `20x+20=x18` then, combine like terms...

MathUse distribution method to solve this. So the 2 is multiplied by both the 3x and the 5....while the 7 is multiplied by the x and also the 2 to get: 6x10=7x+14 10=x+14 24=x. We can check if this...

MathTo solve this, we have to isolate the x so we can find the x value. We first move the variables to one side to solve this: 2=10x+1 Then we move the 1 to the left side by subtracting it from both...

MathTo solve this we have to isolate the x. 3x8=16. 3x=24. x=8. We get 8 for the solution. Now we can check this answer by substituting x into equation. 6(8)8=3(8)+16 488=24+16 40=40. They give...

MathIsolate the x to solve this. 0.5x10=8. You add 10 to the right side to get 18. 0.5x=18. Now you divide both sides by 0.5. x=36. We can check if this is the right answer by substituting x into...

Math4x+11=39 4x=28 x=7. To check this, we substitute x into equation. 4(7)+11=39 28+11=39 39=39. Both are same numbers. Therefore, x=7 is correct solution.

MathThe lines are parallel, so there is no solution. The slopes of the lines are 3/4.

MathThe first equation, rearranged for y is y = 3x + 4. This is the same as the second equation. So this system has infinitely many solutions.

Math`1/2 x + 3y = 6` `1/3 x  5y = 3` Graph the linear system and tell how many solutions it has. If...The intersection x = 6, y = 1 appears to be a solution. Plugging this into the two equations shows that this is a solution. `(1/2)*6 + 3*1 = 6` `(1/3)*6 5*1 = 3` ``

Mathx = 1 y = 2 appears to be a solution. Plugging this into the two equations shows that this is a solution.

Mathx = 4, y = 6 appears to be a solution. Plugging this into the two equations shows that this is a solution.

Math`2x  y = 7` `y = 2x + 8` Graph the linear system and tell how many solutions it has. If there is...There are zero solutions because the lines are parallel. They both have slope 2

MathThis system has infinitely many solutions because the two equations are equivalent.

MathDividing the second equation by 2 gives us `(1/3)x +7y = 2` ``which is the same as the first equation. The two lines are the same line and so there are infinitely many solutions.

MathGiven the system of equations y = 5  x and x + 3y = 15. Each of the equations represents a straight line. The graph of the two is: From the graph, the point of intersection of the two lines...

MathThere are zero solutions.

MathThe equations 7x + y = 10 and 3x  2y = 3 represent two straight lines. The number of solutions is dependent on whether the lines overlap. are parallel or intersect each other. The graph of the...

MathThere is a typo in the question, the first expression x + 5 is not an equation. If an assumption is made that the first equation is x + 5 = 0 and the second equation is x + y = 1, the two can be...

ReferenceProvide a clear, logical discussion, including the four primary dimensions, on the constitutional...The Eighth Amendment of the US Constitution prohibits the application of 'Cruel and Unusual Punishment' on a human being. There are four primary dimensions to decide if a given punishment is...