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• Math
By simplifying fraction (156/273), is resulting the irreducible fraction (4 / 7), and the sum of its numerator and denominator is 4 + 7 = 11. The fraction (4 / 7), must be amplified with a...

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• The Great Gatsby
In F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby the character Owl Eyes is likened to the picture on the huge billboard in The Valley of Ashes, the great wasteland outside suburban New York. Like the...

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• Airframe
i don't think that we can put pictures in yhe answers so you shousd search on google

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• Shakespeare's Sonnets
Many traditional sonnets are love sonnets. They are often written extolling the virtues of one's love, or written to describe the loved one with flowery imagery and metaphors. This sonnet spoofs...

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• History
At the beginning of WWI, it was not clear which side the US would take if it did enter the war. But by the time the US was seriously considerinig entering the war, it was clear that it would be on...

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• William Shakespeare
Of course, a poem may be interpreted however the reader wishes. My interpretation does not agree with that of the first answer. Here are the lines about this age of life And then the...

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• Math
Given: Capacity of Tank = 30 m^3 Length of tank = 4 m Width of tank = 3 m Capacity of model of tank = 240 cm^3 = 240/1,000,000 m^3 = 0.00024 m^3 Depth of tank = (Capacity)/(Length x Width) = 30/(4...

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• The Great Gatsby
The Big 4, according to Enotes, are: Culture Clash American Dream Appearances and Reality Moral Corruption In addition, the novel is full of Dualities and Contradictions: "reserving all...

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• Arts
I would think that the recording industry changed things by pushing more musicians towards music that would sell. I would think this would have helped to endanger lesser-known, folk kinds of music...

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• Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Here is the poem: Break, Break, Break Break, break, break,On thy cold gray stones, O Sea!And I would that my tongue could utterThe thoughts that arise in me.O well for the fisherman's boy,That he...

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• The Tell-Tale Heart
In the short story "The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allen Poe, the perception of the narrator is a marvellous example of how a madly disturbed person can be both crazy and yet highly intelligent at...

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• Of Mice and Men
I would say that this is because he was writing during a time, and about a group of people, for whom there seemed to be little hope. He wanted to dramatize the terrible situation that such people...

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• History
The Puritans originated in Europe during the Reformation. They were so named because they wanted to further purify the Church of England, the Anglican Church. They believed that the Anglican Church...

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• Great Expectations
Herbert Pocket, Jr. is Pip's roomate in college and his best friend. Herbert is not terribly bright, but he is an extremely kind person and a loyal friend. Herbert is unquestioningly generous; when...

• Romeo and Juliet
First you need to clarify your thinking and your question. What can you mean by, "Is he really as the author intended?" Shakespeare's dead and the character is what he is. You can come up with...

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• Literature
The book is a classic. It tells the true story of life in the depression era...no frills, no lies. Life is not always hunky-dorey with a happy ending. We do not live in Disney films, and the...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
In this chapter, Scout describes a very eventful but awful first day at school. She has just tried to explain to her techer, Miss Caroline, that giving Walter Cunningham a quarter to buy his lunch...

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• Call It Courage
Basically, Mafatu is afraid that the spearhead is sacred to the god of the cannibals and that he (Mafatu) will be punished if he takes it. He fears that taking it from the altar of the god might...

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• History
The Contract with America was a set of promises that the Republican Party used during the midterm elections of 1994. The Contract is widely seen as having helped them take over control of the...

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• History
These two philosophies from the Gilded Age really have very little in common. To the extent that they do have anything in common, it is the desire to help improve society. Both philosophies did...

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Distribution channels refer to the set up of organizations and methods used to display, sell and deliver physical products to the end customers. Distribution strategy refers to the decisions taken...

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• Antigone
When Creon discovers that Antigone has defied his edict to bury her brother, he demands that she be brought before him, and he condemns her to death for defying his authority. Throughout the play,...

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• Reference
Are your speaking of the language portions of standardized testing, like the state standardized tests, SAT, or GED? Language is multi-faceted and very subjective; therefore, it is very difficult to...

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• As You Like It
There are at least one or two similes from this poem that are quite easily understood. They have to do with the second and third ages of man in Shakespeare's poem. The first has to do with the...

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Line 3: "His breast was bare" combines alliteration with visual imagery to evoke feelings of sympathy in the reader. Line 9: "Beneath the palm-trees on the plain" is geographic alliteration to help...

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• History
If one were to make the assumption that I had nothing to do with the affair, I would try to ensure that my constituents knew that as a member of government, I can safely say that the United States...

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• There Will Come Soft Rains
The last remnant of man's power, man's intellect, man's technology, man's spirit, man's existence on earth, is sputtering into oblivion; the house is on fire and trying to save itself. Like what...

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• Othello
Othello effectively separates from Desdemona once he thinks she has cheated on him with Cassio. He joins Iago in plotting double murder: Othello orders him to kill Cassio, and he will--at Iago's...

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• Of Mice and Men
In the novel 'Of Mice and Men' by John Steinbeck, Curly's wife illustrates one of the themes - power - when she has the cheek, front and sheer nerve to invade a person's privacy and personal space....

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It is clear that this impressive poem discusses the true nature of freedom and slavery through its content. Note how the poem is built around a central contrast between the slave at the beginning...

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In this poem Longfellow is using lots of figurative language and this simile is one of them. The flamingoes are bright red in color as most of us already know and the main character is using this...

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Just about everything that the slave sees in his dream represents freedom. Let's look at the things one by one. The first thing he sees is a river. This can be a symbol of freedom since the river...

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• 1984
We have limited access to any "groups" in 1984. We only have Winston's limited perspective. He doesn't even know much about his own class. So, much of your paper will be inferential. We only...

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• Biochemistry
It initiates protein synthesis by carrying coded information form the DNA to the sites of protein synthesis. So without it, cells would not be able to carry out protein synthesis.

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There are a few themes worth noting in "The Slave's Dream." I think the best to look at is the liberation of the slave. Under the circumstances of this particular slave, he is released from this...

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• Romeo and Juliet
In the play 'Romeo and Juliet' by William Shakespeare, the author shows us two dynasties or famous aristocratic families who both have a bevy of servants and courtiers to help run their households....

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• Of Mice and Men
At the start of the book, Lennie and George are just coming to the little heavenly bit of the Salinas River near Soledad. They have been hitchhiking this way so that they can get to the ranch...

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• Heart of Darkness
Kurtz is brave because he despises the manner in which the tyrannical British unjustly uses capitalism to exploit the African natives and destroy their continent. He wants justice to prevail. He...

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• Look Back in Anger
England had unseated Winston Churchill as Prime Minister in the wake of a Labour party victory on behalf of the working and lower classes of England's society and thereby ushered in social reforms...

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• 1984
Winston is deprived of nearly every right, privilege, and freedom imaginable. Here's a rough outline: Main Topic: Political/Legal disenfranchisement I. Denied right to privacy (Freedom from search...

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• Othello
In the play 'Othello' by William Shakespeare, the author presents several issues that have social implications. There is racial inequality, gender inequality as well as workplace and family...

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• William Blake
I do not know that "The Clod and the Pebble" gives any real new insight into the meanings of "The Lamb" and "The Tyger" because I think I understood those the same way before I read "The Clod and...

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• Cinema
Both films are representative of Aronofsky's attempt to analyze the hidden motivations and primary driving forces of characters who find their dreams deferred. The mathematician in "Pi" is one who...

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• A Separate Peace
I would echo the above answer and say that you need to study scenes until you find some in which the "nature of friendship reveals" something about true virtue. Coming up with the thesis first is...

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• William Blake
In this poem, Blake seems to be saying that the unselfish love that the clod praises is too weak. He seems to me to be saying that the clod is about to be trampled by the cow's hooves and all its...

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• Science
PCR is very sensitive and volatile, and can be easily contaminated. In the lab, you can avoid and prevent possible contamination by being careful to avoid contact, using a separate preparation...

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• The Masque of the Red Death
Poe's "The Masque of the Red Death" simply reveals that no one can escape death. The host takes every precaution and seals out the world, but to no avail. Death gets in anyway. The "figure in...

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• Lord of the Flies
In Chapter Five of Lord of the Flies, after the debacle of the meeting that Ralph has called in order to impress upon the boys the importance of maintaining the fire and to explain that the beast...

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• Out of the Dust
Billie Jo's father gains a new respect for his daughter after he sees her compete in the talent show. Billie Jo says, "It's okay with him if I want to play. He didn't even know I was at the piano...

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