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• Othello
Form, structure, and language: When characters such as Othello (later in the play) or Iago (whenever he is alone or with Roderigo) demonstrate jealousy (Othello regarding Desdemona and Cassio and...

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• Science
Metabolism: All chemical reactions within an organism. Glucose: A simple carbohydrate or monosacharide produced by plants in photosynthesis, the chemical formula is C6H12O6 Proteins: Their...

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• Math
Let the height be s meter. The horizontal distance of the building = 36.2m The initial velocity of the stem =47m/s and direction 32.8 deg to horizontal. Therefore horizontal component of the...

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• Literature
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• Math
Given the inequality , (1/3)(4x-3)>(1/2)(x+5). This is an inequality which could be solved as below: Multiply both sdes by the LCM of 2 and 3 , i.e. 6 to get rid of the denominators. 2(4x-3)...

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• Of Mice and Men
It is significant that Curley's wife has no name, but is simply referred to in relation to her husband in Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men. Thus, she is easily perceived by the reader as an intruder...

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Adolf Hitler’s ascension to power began in September 1919 when He joined the Deutsche Arbeierpartei, later known as the Nazi party. This party was developed during after the First World War. It...

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• Science
Kidney size has nothing to do with stent placement. Stents are devices used to keep arteries and veins patent or open. Stents can be used in many anatomical locations like the coronary arteries,...

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• Essay Lab
The word essay originates from the French verb essayer, to try. The French writer, Michel Eyquem de Montaigne, first used the word in his brief, personal meditations in prose, Essais. So, an essay...

• Julius Caesar
In Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, Cassius uses Caesar's suspected ambitions as a motive to stir and rouse the suspicions of his co-conspirators. He took the time to carefully plot and suggest to...

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• A Rose for Emily
The dust and decay found in Miss Emily's house represent not only Miss Emily's fading life but also the fate of tradition in the Old South. Like Miss Emily, tradition (such as race relations and...

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• History
The run for the presidency in 1992 by Ross Perot can be seen as proof that money is the most important thing in any election in the United States. Ross Perot used his huge money supply to buy...

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• Math
The horizontal velocity component of the stone = 12.6m/s The initial vertical downward velocity = 0 The vertical final velocty = u +gt, where u is the initial velocity and g is the acceleration...

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• Math
What we must first understand is that the stone, if thrown horiztonally, has an intial velocity in the vertical direction of zero. Since you know the acceleration from gravity and the hieght that...

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• Math
What you have is a two dimensional motion question. Since there is no acceleration in the horizontal plane, that velocity would remain the same (constant). So you only have to solve for the...

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• The Crucible
The best explanations for the professed purposes of the court can be found in Act Three, as Danforth tries to explain it to the people assembled there. He declares that the purpose of the court is...

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• Math
The height of the ball is represented by the equation d = 1/2at^2 The veritcal component of the velocity of the ball from it's maximum hieght to the ground is represented by the equation vf^2 =...

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• Math
The initial speed of the stream of water, u = 47m/s The angle of the speeding steam x = 32.8 deg. The horizontal distance of the building , s=36.2m The horizontal component of the velocity of the...

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• Gaston Leroux
The Phantom, whose real name is Erik, resides beneath and haunts the Paris Opera House, one of the most beautiful buildings in all of Europe in the late 19th century. The book was originally...

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• Math
The horizontal displacement of the ball = 54.3m The horizontal and vertical components of velocity of the ball are 26cos26 m/s and 26sin 26m/s respectively. The vertical velocity component is...

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• Arts
The dramatic arc in most film plots is geared toward epic (ideal hero) and melodrama, (combination of tragedy and comedy). In Aristotle's classic tragic plot triangle for drama, the tragic hero...

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• The Crucible
In the beginning of the play, Hale felt there was a possibility of witchcraft in Salem. It was upon further investigation that he found inconsistencies in the girls’ stories which made him...

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• Games at Twilight
the themes of pineapple cake will include 1) the hollow pretentions of people 2) Going against conventions 3) Fear 4)Respect for the dead

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• Science
The ratio of stagnant fluid volume and the circulating volume is not fixed, but varies according to conditions of existence, so during physical exertion, for example, body needs of O2 and energy...

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• Science
Density Blood is heavier than water, having specific gravity 1055, compared to that of distilled water which has the value 1000. Blood density depends on the proportion of its components and in...

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• Science
According to the U.S. National Honey Board, "honey stipulates a pure product that does not allow for the addition of any other substance… this includes, but is not limited to, water or other...

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• Science
The main influence on the taste and smell of honey is the type of nectar from which the honey is made. For example, you'll often see honey in the store described as clover honey. Conversely, when...

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• A Rose for Emily
Perhaps the strongest similarity between the ideas of courtship expressed in "A Rose for Emily" and in "Araby" is the unrealistic perception that the main characters harbor for the object of their...

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• The Best of O. Henry
Even in real life when we see a single leaf or a few green leaves clinging to a tree late in the year when all the other leaves have fallen, we cannot help admiring the survivor or survivors for...

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• Science
Photosynthesis, the basic process in plants progresses as two segments, the first part termed as ‘light reactions’ and the second ‘dark reactions’. Light reactions: During light reactions,...

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Time and motion studies are analyses of the movements made by workers as they go about their daily routine duties. The studies' purpose is to determine if there are wasted movements that are...

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• Reference
One of the greatest things about enotes is you will almost always get a correct answer, when you ask your question clearly and accurately. There are so many people here with a wide variety of...

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• Science
The first scientific explanation of bio luminescence was developed by physicist Robert Boyle. Only in 1885 the French zoologist Raphael Dubois found two substances in the body of plants and animals...

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• Reference
You have come to the right place! Here's the process. Determine what category your question belongs in. If it's a book, it usually has it's own discussion board and Q and A section. Then, be...

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• Science
Definition The gas laws are mathematical formulations of the interrelationships among the four variables that describe the behavior of a gas sample: its volume (V), pressure (P), temperature (T),...

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• Guide to Literary Terms
There are dozens of literary terms. You will need to be more specific. I have given you a link below to the literary handbook here at enotes. Use this to look up specific literary terms such as:...

• Tears, Idle Tears
Elizabeth Bowen has written a compelling short story about an unhappy relationship between an immature, sensitive boy and his mother who portrays an arrogant personality. Elizabeth Bowen created...

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• Fahrenheit 451
I think that like so many of Bradbury's works, the novel is its strongest in forcing us to analyze how much of our modern society might parallel the vision given to us in the work. Our world might...

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• Bartleby the Scrivener, A Tale of Wall Street
This isn't much which will be helpful for a research thesis, but it's clear that Bartleby "prefers not to" conform, which is clearly a form of rebellion. The big question, of course, is why he...

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• Science
Liquid chromatography (LC) is a specific technique in which the mobile phase is a liquid. In this type, the stationary phase consists of a finely powdered solid adsorbent packed into a thin metal...

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• The Lagoon
The setting of Malayan forests does function as vey much integral to the story of Arsat imprisoned in an isolation of guilt & remorse in Conrad's The Lagoon. The natural setting consists of...

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• The Lagoon
Conrad's story explores the moral-psychological dilemma deep-seated in the mind of the Malayan native Arsat. Driven by uncontrollable passion for Diamelen, Arsat, a noble warrior & a...

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• Science
1. Continuous source of energy: There is no electrode material to be replaced as ordinary batteries. It runs continuously to produce power by feeding the fuel in it. This is the reason H2 – O2...

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• The Inheritance of Loss
There’s a couple of distinct, though intertwined, story lines in this book. What probably accounts for the “main” story line, is Sai, the granddaughter of a retired judge, and their...

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• George Orwell
The overriding aim of Lord Alfred Tennyson's "In the Children's Hospital" is to show that despite everything, it is not true that "the good Lord Jesus / has had his day." Tennyson wraps this...

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• The Catcher in the Rye
A very important symbol that Salinger uses in this famous text is the Museum of Natural History. Salinger uses this symbol to establish central truths about the character of Holden. One of the...

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• The Catcher in the Rye
Holden is suffering from several psychological problems (that we all suffer from), but his are compounded because he is still in the grieving process, due to his younger brother Allie's death....

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• The Bible
In this passage the Lord speaks to Cain like a kindly father, who is concerned that Cain's anger over the fact that his offering has been rejected by God will lead to his eternal disgrace and...

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• The Devil and Tom Walker
Yes, Tom Walker was emotional. His emotions were not necessarily typical, however. When he sees the Devil in the forest for the first time, he is surprised, not frightened. Tom Walker had not...

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