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• Physics
Since the same volume of fluid flows through the sections at any given time, the volume of flow per second in the normal cross sectional area of radius r is pr^2*12 m^3. = the volume of flow per...

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• Physics
The principle of Burnoulli states that the pressure and kinetic energy of the flow of liquid remains constant for a paticular volume of fluid flowing in stream line. So the law of conservation...

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• Chemistry
You can help yourself :) Here's what to do... In any class like chemistry or math, you HAVE to work the problems. Do not ever assume that because you have watched the teacher do them on the board...

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• Chemistry
If the volume V0 of mercury is heated from t1 degree C to t2 degree C, then the volume v1 of mercury after expansion is given by: v1 = v0(1+gamma(t2-t1)), where gamma is the coefficient of...

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• Chemistry
The answer is B. Here is how to derive the answer. The formula for thermal expansion of volume is Change in volume = gamma*original volume*change in temperature where gamma is the volume expansion...

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• Physics
The answer is D. This can be easily determined by using the formula for linear expansion due to temperature (or linear thermal expansion). This formula is stated as change in length = alpha times...

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• The Salutation
This poem is about the awesomeness of Life. In the poem, Thomas Traherne seems to speak as a person who "though once was blind, now can see" to quote the hymn. It is also reminiscent of the story...

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• Reference
I've had the same problem. Here is why: Apple allows you to register a finite number of computers to work with purchased music and videos. I believe that number is 4, unless they changed it. So,...

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• Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting by in America
This an a pretty broad question and I am sure that you will get many different answers. Here are a few values that I think has been important to America over the years. First, I believe that there...

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• Geology
If you're talking about why it's important for someone in high school to study rocks, I'd say it's because you need to be exposed to a little of everything (in terms of academic subjects) in high...

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• Hilaire Belloc
I haven't read Belloc's book, but since no one else is answering, let me try to help based on what I know of Napoleon. The quote you cite basically says that the same drives and qualities that make...

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• Shakespeare's Sonnets
This sonnet has a passionate and mysterious theme ' the dark lady!' Although the main theme is love, the fuller discussion rests on the idea of 'loving as a friend.' Many people will be familiar...

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• Science
Generator is an equipment which generates electrical energy from mechanical energy. It is a rotating equipment in which current is generated when one or more coils of an electric conductor rotates...

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• Literature
That's really tough! I'm not sure how well a new program can even be implemented in six months, let alone have time to produce true measures of outcome. It would seem to me that most teachers would...

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• Social Sciences
All you need to do is to be calm and address each point the journalist makes and flesh it out like this: Explain and define what texting is. If relevant and there is scope ,mention what texting...

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• Literature
In modernism, self is seen as fragmented and unknowable. This fragmentation is lamented and decried. Poetry is seen as a means of trying remedy the fragmentation. [Postmodernism also identifies...

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• History
Yes and no. He was the emperor of Rome from 117 to 138 AD. He was one of the emperors known as the "good emperors." But he wasn't really an emperor of the western empire because at the time he...

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• Biology
The adrenal glands are responsible with producing of the t hormones which have an important role when the organism is struggle with stress situations: adrenaline and cortisol. In some situations,...

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• Preludes
Preludes is a pretty name for the poem written by T.S. Eliot - it suggests music, and also the presage of an event, usually something exciting or something to look forward to. It's written in free...

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• G. K. Chesterton
The essay 'A Piece of Chalk' by G.K. Chesterton was typical of those writings of his which reflected on life's deeper purpose, meaning and facilitation which were brought on by the simplest of...

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• The Day They Came to Arrest the Book
In the novel The Day They Came to Arrest the Book Club by Nat Hentoff, Barney Roth reminds me of our school librarian. She is very aware of the concept of censorship, and she makes a display of...

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• Macbeth
What an interesting question! When I think of Macbeth, two ideas or lessons immediately come to mind: Greed will get you nowhere! The quote, "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts...

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• Great Expectations
This refers to the oldish critical school that would like to stick to the Humanist reading of literature in moral and philosophical terms. The classical position about literature till date is that...

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• Science
People who practice holistic Medicine and ancient healers have often identified medical benefits as follows: Cinnamon-the oils have been used to treat athlete’s foot, promote dietary...

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• Health Issues
Canavan disease is one which usually has an onset in the early infancy period. The onset and progression is very rapid, and some symptoms might include unusual muscle tone for the age and stage of...

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• Biology
For example, the response of the bean to an attack is a smell which attracts plant's defenders.If the plant aggressor is the spider mite, then the plant's smell is alluring the predatory mites...

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• The Crucible
The most obvious example of someone trying to maintain his reputation in Act III of The Crucible is John Proctor. He tries to keep his name as untarnished as possible, given the fact that he...

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• Science
Spinae (a.k.a. sacrospinalis and erector spinae) - a group of muscles and tendons that stretch vertically from the posterior of the ilium (largest bone in the pelvis) to the base of the skull -...

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• The Outsiders
Part of the allure of the title in Hinton's work is the idea that social settings are constantly defined with insiders and "outsiders." Each social realm is predicated upon some level of...

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Office is word which is used in many different ways. Perhaps the most common use of the word. The most common meaning of the word office, and perhaps the meaning intended in this question is a...

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• Social Sciences
I don't know which kinds of effects you are thinking of, but to me, the main effect is on teens' writing. The effects of texting can, I believe, be seen right here on this site. Hardly anyone...

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• The Merchant of Venice
I don't see your essay posted; so based on what your teacher said to you, you left out the analysis part of your paragraph. If you are writing a paper on how a writer uses figurative language in a...

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• The Merchant of Venice
First, I strongly suggest that you go back to your teacher and tell her that you don't understand what she means. She is there to help you and since it's her assignment/feedback that is unclear to...

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• Literature
Pistol/gun/weapon= life and death -the sound of the shots helped lead Rainsford to the shore of Ship-Trap Island Yacht= protection -once Rainsford fell off the yacht, he was in danger Palatial...

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• The Sea-Wolf
Your question is general to the fact that each protagonist is different in each story. However, the protagonist does in each story help guide the plot. It all depends on the decisions/the...

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• Macbeth
When given the news, Macbeth regrets that his wife has died at this point. His first reaction: She should have died hereafter; indicates his frustration that she dies at a time when he is too...

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Here are some reasons: Professors demand textbooks that look fancy. Compare modern textbooks with ones from 25 years ago and the old ones look much less impressive. Fewer pictures, more text,...

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• A Midsummer Night's Dream
The number four is a motif in Midsummer Night's Dream. There are four young people. In Act I, Scene 1, Shakespeare talks of four days and four nights of dreams. The numerology symbology for the...

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• Macbeth
In Scene 5 of Act V, when Macbeth learns of Lady Macbeth's death, he reflects She should have died hereafter/There would have been a time for such a word.(V,v,17-18). He rues that his wife has...

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• By the Waters of Babylon
For the setting of "By the Waters of Babylon," you will have to give generalized details, not specifics, because no specifics are given in the text at all. We can narrow it down to a pretty...

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• Othello
"Faith" comes from the Anglo-French "feid," from Latin "fidēs," which means "trust" and "confidence." In Latin, "bona fide" means "in good faith," or honest intention. "Faith" is mentioned 21...

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• A & P
In the setting of Updike's story, the late 1950s, the A & P grocery stores were THE grocery store of small town USA. The name A & P came to be synonymous with "grocery store" in the way...

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• Chemistry
The net ionic equation shows the ions that have participated in the reaction. All other ions are spectator ions. If an ion starts out aqueous, and remains aqueous, it hasn't done anything. It is a...

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• Math
The slope of the line joining the two points(x1,y1) and( x2,y2) is (y2-y1)/(x2-x1). So, the slope of the line joining P((-6,2b+3) and Q(7,-1) is (-1-(2b+3))/(7-(-6))=...

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• Bartleby the Scrivener, A Tale of Wall Street
Pertaining to the three employees of the narrator of Bartleby, the Scrivener, their nicknames are Turkey, Nippers and Ginger Nut. Turkey and Nippers are copyists. Turkey is approaching 60 years old...

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• Rip Van Winkle
Gender and politics are really the two main themes of Rip Van Winkle. The gender issue is pretty clear, but the political one is less so. In terms of gender, the story is a very stereotypical one...

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A business firm can be organized as per different types of legal frameworks. The main types of these frameworks are: Sole proprietorship: In this his type of firm only one person or individual owns...

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• Till We Have Faces
The ending of Till We Have Faces by C. S. Lewis starts at the beginning of the book! As the story opens, Orual is beseeching the gods and pleading her case because she believes she has been wronged...

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• Cyrano de Bergerac
There are lots of reason why the Cadets have no respect for de Guiche. First, he is a married man who is conniving to have an affair with another woman (Roxane). Second, he is the Cardinal's...

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