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• Math
Momentum of body is defined as the product of its mass and its velocity.So,if the mass of the body is in units of Kg, and its velocity is in meters per second or m/s, then the momentum is in...

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• Sula
First, let me warn you that this question is strictly opinion-based and subjective. While one person might say that there is indeed forgiveness and support that opinion textually, another person...

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• Math
Given: Horizontal force = 52 N Mass = 22 kg Acceleration due to gravity = 9.81 m/s^2 As the box is moving at constant velocity the horizontal force is just enough to over come the kinetic friction...

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• Math
Given: Mass of ball = m = 0.55 kg Initial speed of ball = u = 0 Final speed of ball = v = 7.3 m/s Time taken for increase in speed = t = 0.19 s We know acceleration = a = (v - u)/t = (7.3 - 0)/0.19...

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• Math
Momentum is equal to mass multiplied by velocity. Given: Mass of child = 23 kg Mass of bike = 5.5 kg Common Velocity of child and bike = 5.3 m/s to northwest Therefore: momentum of the child =...

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• Far from the Madding Crowd
Hardy, though he lived a very normal, contented life, promotes the idea of fatalism or determinism in all his works. While there is almost always a "higher power" in his works (referred to as...

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• Twelfth Night
Concerning love as it hits Viola (Cesario), Olivia and Orsino (Duke), in the simplest terms, they all suffer from unrequited love (unreturned and unfulfilled love). This trio of unrequited lovers...

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• Math
Given or defined that x#y=y(1+x^2)^(1/2)+x(1+y^2)^(1/2). To prove that (x#y)#z = x#(y#z). Solution: (x#y)#z=z{1+(x#y)^2}+(x#y)(1+z^2)^(1/2), by defintion....

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• The Sniper
Let's take a look at that section of the story to better understand how the Sniper responds to being shot. I'll choose a few important quotes to illustrate: "His forearm was dead. "I'm hit," he...

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• Frankenstein
In chapter fifteen of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, the creature details how he came to understand how he was seen by the world. This new knowledge allowed the creature to understand the world...

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• The Kite Runner
No, it is not, although Hosseini's Afghan roots and his immigration to the United States are important points in common. Check out the references below, including a biographical profile of this...

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• Science
I've seen "The Day After Tomorrow" at least half a dozen times and I'm fascinated with the movie! Every time I watch it, I catch something in it I never noticed before. However, the likelihood of...

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• Law and Politics
The rationale for hate crimes is two-fold. First, there is something inherently worse about being attacked for an innate characteristic (race, etc) than for something that you can control (like how...

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Affect of subsidy on the domestic petrol prices of petrol definitely lower the effective prices of petrol in a country. This tends to push up the total consumption of [petrol in that country....

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• Twilight
In a word--no! One of the criticisms I've heard about Edward and Bella's relationship is that it gives girls and young women an unrealistic view of romantic love, painting it as all-consuming and...

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Many Americans prefer a car with a smaller engine or a hybrid car if they can choose. The recent government program, Cash for Clunkers showed data that Americans want cars with smaller engines. In...

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• Arts
Although most people today think that this is another one of Oscar Wilde's famous quips, the expression was not his orginally. This expression (or modifications of it) got thrown about by several...

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There are many factors. Some of these are: 1.There are many concerns about the Middle East: is it stable enough politically to assume that petro will be supplied regularly. 2.The Russians are...

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• The Old Man and the Sea
Hemingway portrayed Santiago's compassion by the way he sees the ocean. He says on page 30, "But the old man always thought of her as feminine and as something that gave or withheld great favors,...

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• The Necklace
In light of this theme, Mr Loisel is the anthithesis of his wife. In literature, he would be called a character foil, in that his qualities, being the opposite, highlight his wife's by sheer...

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• Fyodor Dostoevski
Fyodor Dostoevsky's short story "The Little Orphan" is a wonderful Christmas tale of mercy, love and redemption. A young boy in a bitterly cold cellar in winter-time St. Petersburg awakens to...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
The hypocrisy of these women is revealed through their conversations during the meeting of their Missionary Circle. They profess to be Christians doing good works, but their words and attitudes...

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• No One's a Mystery
A major symbol in Elizabeth Tallent's "No One's a Mystery" is the car ride that the narrator and Jack take through town. This car ride is symbolic of the journey on which Jack and the narrator...

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No it will not. The term that applies here is "marginal tax rate." This term means that a given tax rate applies to every dollar you make ABOVE AND BEYOND the upper limit of the lower rate. So, to...

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• Ode on a Grecian Urn
To understand the metaphor one must find the tension in John Keats's "Ode on a Grecian Urn." This tension is between the aesthetic ideal and reality. The images on the urn, that of maidens and...

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• The Masque of the Red Death
The costumes are many and varied, and are never identified individually. Yet Poe's description creates a scene of revelry, where costumers let their minds run free to design masques of all...

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• Brave New World
This quote comes as the Director is explaining how certain classes of humans are conditioned and engineered to perform certain tasks, regardless of what their own experiences might allow if they...

• Macbeth
Morality is often in the mind of the individual, but some areas of morality are commonly accepted, particularly that it is wrong to murder someone. Macbeth commits the murder of King Duncan. His...

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• Song of Myself
This section of "Song of Myself" is a commentary on the many fallen heroes that fight battles for us in war, and never come home to the victory parades, bands and marches that are thrown in honor...

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• Hamlet
Unlike his dead father who seems to have been a man of action, Hamlet is extremely pensive and passive. Of a melancholic temperament which is given to mulling over ideas, Hamlet is philosophical...

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• AP Literature and Composition
First of all, not on the topic of POV, "still stands against the opposing" sounds kind of strange to my ears at least. Do you mean to say that you still hold that opinion against opinions that are...

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• The Miracle Worker
When Captain Keller compliments Annie on what she has done with Helen, she asks one thing of him - to not undo what she has accomplished. When Captain Keller and his wife return after giving Annie...

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• Lord of the Flies
I think that "I will survive" would be played in Ralph's head because he is determined to get rescued and this song (even the title) represents hope and faith. (My opinion) "Be Prepared" from lion...

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• Science
Keeping in mind that not every developing country will have all of these factors... In general, there's no way to really connect population to whether or not a country is "developing." You can...

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• The Masque of the Red Death
In this story, Prince Prospero devises an idea to remain safe from the plague that "had long devastated the country". He decides to enclose himself in his castle, and seal it up so nothing can come...

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• Of Mice and Men
There is a lot of existing material on e-notes which should assist you to formulate your response (see links below). You need to establish for yourself where your boundaries for justice are, and...

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• Reference
In America, ninth grade is the first year of high school. It's a difficult time, because things get much more difficult. They also get complicated. Be involved in extra-curiculars, but don't...

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• Science
In general, there is a correlation between high education, relatively high median age and high GDP. The reasons for this are: High levels of educational achievement lead to higher GDP because...

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• Health
Roche (2009) indicated that Tamiflu is only effective in treating certain strains of the flu (influenza A and B). Since your doctor prescribed Tamiflu for the treatment (not prevention) of the...

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• A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings
"An Old Man with Enormous Wings" depicts marginalization within society through the characters of the old man and the spider girl. First, the old man is put in a chicken coop and neglected. a...

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• Fahrenheit 451
Clarisse's impact on Montag is, from the very start, profound and immeasurable. Before he even meets her the first time, he is moved by the mere fact that she has been in the area. Bradbury...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
The aforementioned quotation is certainly one of Atticus's lessons which Scout most took to heart in Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird. There are at least three examples in the novel where...

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• Guide to Literary Terms
An imaginative recount is the re-telling of events, usually in the first person. The imaginative part allows for embellishment beyond mere facts - perfect for primary school writing. A simple idea...

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• Sonny's Blues
James Baldwin suggests that barriers to intimacy come from at least several sources. These sources include "insular and mocking" attitudes; dark childhoods of repression; vision darkening escapism...

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• The Stranger
Camus's character Meursault in "The Stranger" has a free will. Because of his free will he always has a choice. His choice is what makes him free. Before he became calm and realized his free will,...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
The gifts in the tree are a key turning point in the novel, because we realize something very important about the mysterious character Boo Radley. Prior to the gifts in the tree, we all think that...

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• The Wednesday Wars
The Wednesday Wars by Gary Schmidt is set in 1967, and we know that based primarily on two events that were happening in the world around Holling Hoodhood and his family. The first time marker is...

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• The Story of an Hour
The setting of the story shifts from the public area of the house to the bedroom. Once inside her room, "Mrs. Mallard' becomes "Louise,' a significant detail that contrasts her role as wife with...

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• The Crucible
Miller's stage directions are lengthy, but several key statements should be noted as clear references to his intent that his entire play is analogous to McCarthyism. When describing the...

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• Grammar
A compound sentence is a sentence that has more than one main clause. A main clause has both a subject and a verb, but is not introduced by a subordinating word (like when, for example). So an...

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