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• Math
Because of the fact that P(x) is a 3rd degree polynomial and it's divisible by x^2 -4x +5, we could write P(x) as multiplication between x^2 -4x +5 an unknown first degree polynomial, cx+d....

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• Math
We've noticed that the function is a fraction and we'll calculate it's derivative following this rule: (u/v)'= (f'*g-f*g')/g^2 f'(x)=[x/(x^2+1)]'=[x'*(x^2+1)-x*(x^2+1)']/(x^2+1)^2 f'(x)=...

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• English teachers
Although your post seems a bit cryptic to me, I would say that the best thing we can do as teachers is to "be there" for these teens when they come to us for help. I have always been amazed at how...

• Math
You need to remember that Vieta's formulas provide the relations between coefficients of equation and its roots. The problem provides an polynomial equation of third order,`x^3 -3x +1=0` , hence it...

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In the year 2007 china attracted FDI of , \$134 billion against only \$ 34 billion by India. This huge difference between the ability of the two countries to attract FDI can be directly attributed...

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• Math
sin 2x= 2 sin x 2 sin x cos x= 2sin x 2 sin x cos x - 2 sin x=0 2 sin x (cos x -1)=0 It's a two factors multiplication, and the result is 0 when one of these two factors is 0, too. 2 sin x =0, sin...

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• The Tempest
act 1 scene 2, lines 392 - 448 where caliban does a speech: CALIBAN: “I must eat my dinner. This island's mine, by Sycorax my mother, Which thou takest from me. When thou camest first, Thou...

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• Math
Here are two methods: First method: By trigonometry, Sin(a-b)+sin(a+b)=2sinAcosB sin15=sin(45-30) and sin75=sin(45+30). We use this idea her. Therefore,...

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According to Muhammad Yunus third world businesses cannot start and thrive because they have no access to loans. In particular, he showed that even small loans can have a substantial positive...

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• The Doll's House
Obviously, everyone will have different opinions, but for me, I really enjoyed this story and also enjoy teaching it. It seems to capture so much about society and how we learn the norms and values...

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• Edgar Allan Poe
Only Poe can answer this question definitively, but I'd have to say that yes, his own emotions did come through in his writing. In looking at Poe's life, it was easy to see that he was surrounded...

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• Ode to a Nightingale
Are you seeking "tender is the night," a phrase used by F. Scott Fitzgerald as the title of his 1934 work about an American psychologist Dick Diver and his wife Nicole, who is psychologically...

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• The Great Gatsby
Gatsby asks Jordan to ask Nick a favor. He would like for Nick to invite his cousin, Daisy, over for tea, and then have Gatsby conveniently drop by and run into her. This is because he has built...

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• Science
Electron/hole mobility is inversely proportional to the effective mass (m*) of the particle (u=qt/m). Therefore, heavier also means slower/less mobile. Thus the question boils down to, "why do...

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• Literature
Expressionism is not really a program or defined movement with a particular group of writiers. It is more of a reaction to the realism and naturalism writing and philosophy. Expressionist painters...

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• Othello
The trial is Othello and Desdemona against Brabantio (and Iago and Roderigo by proxy). The judge is the Duke. Both the prosecution, Brabantio, and the defense, Othello and Desdemona, use highly...

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• Lust
Judging from the atmosphere and details in the story, you can tell that the setting is somewhere in the 60's or 70's. What I would call historical about that is that here we are in 2009 and the...

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• History
The Populist Party was the political outgrowth of the Grange movement mainly comprised of small farmers from the southern ane western parts of the United States. The Populist platform centered on...

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• Frankenstein
Your paragraph shows promise, but the first sentence is a little fractured and over-long. You could try rewriting it as... There are three editions of the famous Frankenstein story, the first, of...

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• The Great Gatsby
The reunion between Gatsby and Daisy takes place in Chapter V, which is approximately the mid-point of the book. Gatsby and Nick have arranged for the reunion to take place at Nick's house, and...

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• Things Fall Apart
Obierika is like Ezeudu who warned Okonkwo not to participate in the death of Ikemefuna because the boy called Okonkwo "father". Obierika is more balanced than Okonkwo and appears to be able to...

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Flat and static characters are equated. They are the characters who do not change in a narrative; in other words, they remain the same from beginning to end and are often stereotypical....

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The product is new to your company but not to the market. Therefore, a market penetration approach should be adopted where the new product is set at a low price to attract a large market share. At...

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• Lord of the Flies
Since one of the major themes of the book is that man is inherently evil and civilization is what keeps that evil somewhat in check, I'd say it's pessimistic. Golding, having been greatly affected...

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• Lord of the Flies
Piggy is the voice of intellect. From the beginning when he talks to Ralph and tells him how to blow on the conch, he is the one who is practical and sees what needs to be done. He constantly...

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• Lord of the Flies
Golding uses nature as a literary tool to develop foreshadowing and to parallel the emotional states experienced by the boys. For example, in Chapter 3, Jack is out on a hunt for pigs. While he...

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• The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
There is lots of Personification throughout. Most of it has to do with the sun. The sun takes on human qualities and develops a pronoun of "he." "The sun came up upon the left, Out of the see...

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• Literature
So... A = Man B = Woman And neither is very emotionally mature or 'grown up' and both display rubbish communication skills. B: You don't trust me They are clearly a couple having an extended...

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• Lord of the Flies
I think that you are asking about the "beast" that some of the littluns fear. Some of them fear that it is a snake, not a "monster" like you might imagine. They think it is a snake because they...

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• Fahrenheit 451
The salamander is the symbol that is on the firemen's uniforms. It represents everything that they do, burning the books in the name of maintaining control of their civilization. It stood for...

• The Jilting of Granny Weatherall
Granny has memories of when she cared for her children and took care of her farm. She also helped her neighbors by caring for their sick children and their animals. She also was able to make it...

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• Julius Caesar
IN Act I, Scene 2 of Julius Caesar, Brutus appears worried about the fate of Rome. He is faced with an internal conflict - on one hand, he loves Rome and on the other, he loved Caesar. He...

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• The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
The King, the Duke, and Huck are digging in the Wilks cellar, where there is supposed to be \$6,000 in gold, but as they count, they see that \$415 is missing. They speculate that the dead man had...

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• Samuel Beckett
Well, there can be many answers to this. It is one of those questions where one can only guess. In the early works of Beckett, there is a certain kind of misogyny and one also finds a curious...

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• Fences
The first conflict between Troy and Cory is in regards to chores. Rose reminds Troy that he has said he would complete the fence in the yard and Troy insists that he will get it done, but Cory...

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• Hamlet
In "Hamlet" the young prince is greatly disturbed by the death of his father and by the precipitative marriage of his mother and his uncle. So he is stunned by the suddenness of events. Added to...

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• Brave New World
As a major character in "Brave New World," Lenina Crowne, a beautiful Beta, appears throughout the novel. In Chapter I Lenina is introduced as the nurse in the hatchery, In Chapter III Lenina...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
When Miss Maudie baked a cake, she also would bake three little cakes, one for each of the children. It was just another way that Maudie communicated her love and respect for them, even though they...

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• Macbeth
In Act IV Malcolm suspects that Macduff is an agent of Macbeth and wonders why Macduff left his family unprotected by going to England. To test his suspicions, he tells Macduff that he himself...

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• Macbeth
In Act IV, scene 1 Macbeth says this. He was indecisive and didn't want to go through with killing Duncan at first. However, he has become so evil by this point that he can order a murder without...

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• Macbeth
The "show of eight kings" is the fourth apparition that appears to Macbeth. These kings are all descendants of Banquo; just as the witches had originally predicted, his sons will become kings. In...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
Dill and Jem, on separate occasions, offer Scout ideas as to why Boo stays inside the Radley house. At the conclusion of Chapter 14, Scout asks Dill why Boo has never run away. Dill says, "Maybe he...

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• History
It meant then, as it does now-- that if you are hungry. you are not going to be happy. I don't mean hungry the way you get when you skip breakfast and have a late lunch. You're not going to be...

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• Life of Pi
Very carefully. Actually, you have to remember this story is a fantasy and things which seem impossible and irrational can happen in a fantasy. One of the things that an author must do is to carry...

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• Macbeth
Lady MacBeth is the prime mover and instigator in the entire regicide business. Her soliloquy reveals that she has great plans for their futures, but she fears MacBeth's nature, because unlike...

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• Romeo and Juliet

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
Several things happen during the novel that show that Jem is growing up. He takes less interest in his sister, childhood games and trying to make Boo Radley come out. He spends more time on his...

• Macbeth
The character flaws in both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are established early in Act I. When Macbeth first hears the witches' prophecies, he is intrigued, wanting to hear more, but the idea of...

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• Romeo and Juliet
The play never specifies what the familial relationship is between Mercutio and the Prince. The reader can probably assume that they are cousins or uncle and nephew; Mercutio would not be his...

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