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• The Necklace
I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for, but the novel The Innocent Man by John Grisham shares a common theme with the short story, "The Necklace" by Guy de Maupassant. In the story,...

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• Science
Plated electrodes are made from a metal rod and a shell composed of different chemical compounds. Metal rod is made of same material as metal base, but with a more elaborated design. So, coated...

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• Macbeth
That depends on how you view free will v. fate. Was it fate that Macbeth should run into the witches on the heath in Act 1, sc. 3 or were these witches somehow already aware of Macbeth's character...

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• Math
Cos 3A = 4(cosA)^3-3cosA and cos2A= 3(cosA)^2 -1 Therefore putting arc cos x = A , in cos(3arccos x)=cos(2arccos x)+1 we get: 4(cosA)^3-3cosA = 2(cosA)^2-1+1 or 4(cosA)^3-2(cosA)^2-3cosA =0 cosA...

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• Math
We'll use the same cos identity twice: cos (a+b) = cos a cos b - sin a sin b cos (a+c) = cos a cos c - sin a sin c Multiplying... (cos a cos b - sin a sin b)(cos a cos c - sin a sin c) cos^2 a cos...

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• Math
The magnitude of the sides of the equilateral triangle are equal. The vertices of the triangle are z1=1+0*i,z2= 2+1*i and the 3rd we assume z = a+bi. Therefore |z-z1|^2= |z-z2|^2 = |z2-z1|^2=...

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• Math
In a triangle a side could be expressed in terms of the other two sides and the included angle by the other two sides: So, b^2+c^2-2bc cosA= a^2 is a trigonometric identity. Comparing this with...

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• Science
how do we know the first rule?

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• Math
E(x) = 1+cos x. The expansion of cos x is as follows: cos x= 1-x^2/2+x^4/4!-x^6/6!+x^8/8!+.......... Therefore, E(x) = 1+cosx = 1+1/1! -x^2/2!+x^4/4!-x^6/6!+x^8/8!+.......... E(x) =1+sin x The...

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• The Story of an Hour
Since Kate Chopin was very concerned about the plight of Victorian women who were repressed by their husbands and the society of which they were in control, you may wish to argue that Mrs. Mallard...

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• Math
To avoid confusion to read cos^-1 (x) with (cos x)^-1, we write cos inverse x which is also arc cosx and similarly we write sin inverse x which means arc sinx. We know that cos [sin inverse x]...

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• Arts
Blogs are interesting portals and virtual communities. I think you can research the blog culture in many different ways. Here are some examples or suggestions for further study. 1. You can study...

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This term may have a special significance in business vernacular, but in general terms it means what it suggests: that a person manages his own time and his own work and activities. Part of...

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• The Fall of the House of Usher
There are two points to consider in addressing your question about a thesis for "The Fall of the House of Usher." The first is that a thesis, by definition, must be arguable, which means that the...

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• Island of the Blue Dolphins
In the Newberry Award winning book "Island of the Blue Dolphin" the Aleut ship comes to the island. The girl and her brother had gone to the to gather roots. The roots only grew there in the...

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Perfectly inelastic supply means that suppliers will provide the same amount of product regardless of the price. In this case, if a new sales tax is imposed on the product, the seller will be...

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Perfectly elastic supply means that if the price of the product goes down, suppliers will not supply any (because they won't make any money) but if the price goes up, they will supply essentially...

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It has been much commented upon that Satan actually could be viewed as the "hero" of this great epic classic, as God appears to be boring and uninteresting in comparison. We are given much more...

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• Law and Politics
What do you mean secrets about me ...or do you mean hiding secrets from me? If you mean hiding secrets from me then yes i do believe the government is hiding secrets.

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• Oedipus Rex
It is very true that in Oedipus Rex, by Sophocles, King Oedipus and his wife’s brother, Creon, learn through Apollo’s oracle at Delphi that Thebes is being destroyed by fires and plagues...

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• Faulkner's (William) Short Fiction
Miss Emily had a real problem dealing with life in a normal way, and there are plenty of examples in William Faulkner's short story "A Rose for Emily." In Part I, Emily refuses to pay her taxes,...

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• Nathaniel Hawthorne
The primary similarity between Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter and "Young Goodman Brown" is that both stories deal with the basic conflict of good versus evil. In each story, an innocent...

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• The Outsiders
First to say, I LOVE THIS BOOK. They couldn't live without Johnny because Johnny was basically their brother. As you should know Johnny doesn't have a good life at home so he turns to his gang as...

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• Of Mice and Men
In John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men," little is known of Curley's wife other than the fact that she is from Salinas. One evening when she enters the stables and Crooks's room, she talks to Lennie...

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• Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey
Wordsworth is communicating to the reader that the natural environment, specifically here the banks of the river Wye, give him as much joy, inspiration and energy as they have previously. As a...

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• Gaming
Video games are an activity that I enjoy a lot, but sadly I am not very good at them. I absolutely love the classic video games like Zelda, Castlevania, Mario, Donkey Kong, and other...

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• Math
Obviously, the above answer is correct. But just to answer some of the stuff you asked about. You already have all of the x's on one side so you don't have to transfer anything. When you do...

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• A Tale of Two Cities
We first meet Madame Therese Defarge the wife of the wine shop owner Ernest Defarge in Ch.5 of the First Book of "A Tale of Two Cities." Dickens describes her commanding presence in the following...

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• The Scarlet Letter
Parallel to the telling act of Hester's donning the scarlet letter and not freeing herself from her shame despite the reiterpretation of the symbolic "A" in Chapter XIII, is the despair of the...

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The most likely way to look at this is that it's a movement along the demand curve. You have the theater trying to attract people to come at a different time by lowering their prices. This moves...

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• Math
Simplifying 15mn 1/5 15mn 1/5 means (15mn) *1/5 or one fifth of 15mn. Therefore, 15mn*(1/5) = 15*m*n*(1/5) =15*m*(1/5)*n as n*(1/5)=(1/5)*n as multiplication is commutative. =15*(1/5)*m*n as...

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• History
The previous answer is partly correct in that, yes, paper was invented to write on. But why did people want to write on stuff? The major reason for that is that it's important for governments to...

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• The Most Dangerous Game
The son of a wealthy Russian and a former Cossack cavalry commander under the Czar, the hunting-obsessed General Zaroff is the antagonist in the classic Richard Connell short story, "The Most...

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• Lord of the Flies
This is actually a pretty common phenomenon, at least among some people. The act of putting on a mask seems to allow some people to behave in ways they otherwise wouldn't be able to. On the one...

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• Ender's Game
Two things come to mind when thinking about Ender at the end of the third chapter. The first is that he seems gullible in that he completely buys into everything Graff is saying to him in order to...

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• The Giver

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• History
Everything I've ever read argues that the new forms of entertainment (professional sports, vaudeville, Wild West Shows, etc) were a very democratizing force in Gilded Age America. The textbooks...

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• History
The major change in urban life during the Gilded Age is that there was just so much more of it -- the number of people living in American cities boomed. Economic development, and the development of...

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• History
In the late 1800s, the American educational system started to split in a way into two separate systems. One of these was aimed at producing the managerial types that would be needed for all the...

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• History
I'm assuming that you're talking about the time after Reconstruction here. During this time, the great majority of money invested in Southern industry came from the North. This is not surprising...

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My interpretation of informal business is doing things for people on the side, either for profit or as a hobby, and getting paid in cash, or trading service for service. It generally isn't for the...

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• The Lovely Bones
No. Towards the end of the book, the reader is led to believe her body is about to be discovered when Ruth and Ray are near the landfill where Susie's body was dumped. But the bones never are found...

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• A Separate Peace
Besides Gene (who sees Finny as his competitor until Gene realizes that he is in competition with himself), Brinker always assumed that Finny and Gene were competitors. Brinker's assumption is...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
In the novel, Atticus tells Jem not to use his air rifle to kill mockingbirds because they make music and are not destructive or harmful in any way. Thus the mockingbird is established as a...

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• The Best of Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes often explains his reasoning to Watson at the end of a tale, after the mystery has been solved and the guilty party is either dead or has been taken off to jail. Another good...

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• Contents of the Dead Man's Pocket
It sounds as if you already have a number of great ideas there that you can develop. What you need to do now is find textual evidence to support what you think about these points. To me, what is...

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• Jane Eyre
To answer the question, I would have to disagree with one premise contained in your question. I disagree that Jane found love with her cousins. Sure, she was independent, and her cousins were...

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• The Open Window
One might say that Vera is bright and imaginative, but one might also say that she is a confirmed liar. The author of the story does not explain that "romance at short notice was her speciality"...

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• The Giver
When we meet Jonas, he is eleven-years , and he is about to go through the ceremony of 12. Through the details told in the story community in which he lives is extremely structured. The controlling...

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