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MacbethWhen the English army, led by Malcolm, embarked on its mission to end the murderous and tyrannical rule of Macbeth, the usurperking of Scotland was all alone in the castle of Dunsinane, deserted...

A Tale of Two CitiesThroughout the novel doubles are used by Dickens to draw contrasting parallels. We can see this with the focus on the two cities, and the opening sentence clearly establishes the importance of...

After ApplePickingMy advice to you to best address this writing prompt is this: Think of a job or profession that you would enjoy the most. You have mentioned dancing or singing, both of which are enjoyed by those...

Law and PoliticsThere is no way to answer this question without knowing what state this offence took place in. Sentencing guidelines, unless they are for violation of a federal statute, differ from one state to...

HamletIn the final scene of Act I, the Ghost appears to Hamlet and tells him that his uncle, Claudius, murdered Hamlet's father. Because the audience knows this, and no other character other than Hamlet...

ScienceCytoplasm is the jellylike material found inside all cells. It is mostly water, and it provides a place for the cells essential chemical reactions to take place. It also helps support the...

HamletHamlet's external conflict develops because of his uncle and mother wanting him to stop moping about over his father's death. Also, there are the conflicts brought to the fore by Fortinbras and...

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young GirlThe math master who punished Anne's talking in class with writing assignments was Mr. Keptor. By her own admission, Anne was quite garrulous in class. Her "old math master", Mr. Keptor, became...

Brave New WorldI believe that this question could be argued both ways. In Huxley's time, I would say that the world this book offers would not have been possible simply because of the technology involved, though,...

The Lady of ShalottOne of the central oppositions of this wonderful poem is that of the "art" of the Lady of Shallot and her weaving, and the reality that is seen so strongly in Sir Launcelot as he comes bursting...

To Kill a MockingbirdOne characterrelated issue that may benefit you is that of single fatherhood. Atticus finds himself in an unusual position for the 1930s, as he is forced into the role of single father. What was...

HistoryThere was a great deal of Marxist influence in the 1917 revolutions in Russia, both in the March overthrow of the Imperial government and the seizure of power by the Bolsheviks in October. The...

Richard CoryEdwin Arlington Robinson's career spanned the literary bridge between the very late 1800s and the early 1900s, with his winning three Pulitzer prizes in the 1920s. "Richard Cory" is an example of...

MathUsing the formula (a+b)^3=a^3+3*a^2*b+3*a*b^2+b^3 (1+i*(3)^1/2)^3=1^3+3*1^2*(3)^1/2+3*1*((3)^1/2)^2+((3)^1/2)^3=1+3((3)^1/2)*i93((3)^1/2)*i=8 We could see that we've obtained a real number, so...

BusinessI an not sure if it is possible to draw diagrams on this forum of question and answer. However, I will answer your question in words and some simple mathematical expressions. First of all let us...

MathFollowing the property of logarithmic function lgx1+lgx2+lgx3+....+lgxn=lg(x1*x2*x3*...*xn) In our case: lg(1/2)+lg(2/3)+...+lg(99/100)= lg((1/2)*(2/3)*(3/4)*...*(98/99)*(99/100))=lg(1/100)=2

Mathctg 2x=ctg(x+x)=(1tg^2x)/2tgx=(1(1/ctg^2x))/2*1/ctgx =(ctg x)/2(11/ctg^2x)=3/2(11/9)=(3/2)(8/9)=4/3

UtopiaThough Sir Thomas More wrote Utopia almost five hundred years ago, its relevance for the modern world remains as meaningful as it did for More's own society. While it is true that the world today...

MathThe equation could be written, also: 6(x2)^1/2=x+6 We'll square the expression above: 36(x2)=x^2+12x+36 36x72=x^2+12x+36 x^224x+108=0 x1=[24+ sq root (24^24*108)]/2=18 x2=[24 sq root...

Great ExpectationsOut of the abridged edition that I have, I found the passage where Biddy asks Pip why he wants to be a gentleman. "Do you want to be a gentleman to spite her or to win her admiration? Because if...

The Great GatsbyLevity is a word that means humor, laughter, lightness of mind. Lack of appropriate seriousness in a serious situation. Synonyms are: flippancy, flippant, frivolous, giddiness, trivial Another...

MathWe know that the tangent function is odd, so tg(x)=tgx. The equation will become: tg x=12tgx 2tgxtgx=1 tg x=1 x=arctg1 + k*pi But arctg 1=pi/4 x={pi/4,5pi/4}

MathIf 2,a,b are in geometric progression, then using the property of geometric progressions which says that the each term of a geometric progression is geometric average between the 2 terms neighbour...

MathWe know that i^2=1, i^3=i^2*i=1*i i^4=i^2*i^2=1*1=1 In this way, we note that the values of the i powers are iterative after 4 steps. So, we can group the terms of the expression in this way:...

MathYou should remember that `arcsin (a) = alpha` . Calculating the sine function both sides yields: `sin(arcsin 1/2 + arcsin x) = sin (pi/3)` Use the trigonometric formula: `sin(alpha+beta) = sin...

MathWe'll try to write the line equation, using the formula y=mx+n, where m is the slope of the line. The reason for writing the equation in this way is that we could use the property which says that...

MathLet's use some logarithmic rules before: 1=lg10 lgxlgy=lg(x/y) x>0 Now, let's solve the equation: lg(x+1)lg9=lg((x+1)/9) 1lgx=lg10lgx=lg(10/x) lg((x+1)/9)=lg(10/x) From one of the properties...

Soldier's HomeIn terms of theme, "The Soldier's Home" seems to "answer" another Hemingway story, "In Another Country." "In Another Country" shows the loneliness and isolation of a young American soldier at war...

MathThe second grade function is described by the expression: f(x)=ax^2 + bx + c f(1)=1 f(1)=a*(1)^2 + b*(1) + c=ab+c ab+c=1 f(0)=1 f(0)=a*(0)^2 + b*(0) + c=c c=1 f(1)=3 f(1)=a*(1)^2 + b*(1) +...

MathLet's discover the set A, composed by the 11 multiplex, numbers formed from 2 digits. A={11*1,11*2,11*3,11*4,11*5,11*6,11*7,11*8,11*9} A={11,22,33,44,55,66,77.88.99} S =...

MathCalculate the length of the circle radius inscribed in a triangle which has the sides' lengths of...If we know the lengths of the triangle sides, we could calculate the radius with the help of the following formula: R=S/p, where Rradius, Saria of the triangle and psemiperimeter of the...

MathThe length of the height we could find in the aria of a triangle formula, which is: S = (BC*h)/2 In this formula we know the length of BC=15, but we don't know the value of the aria. Though we...

MathUsing the unit complex cube roots, we have: z^3  1=0 z^3=1 But z^3  1 = (z1)(z^2 + z + 1)=0 If the product of 2 factors is null, that means that one of the 2 of them is null, too. (z1)=0 z=1...

MathWe know that the coordinates of the parabola vertex are V(b/2a;delta/4a), where a,b,c are the coefficient of the parabola function and delta=b^2 4*a*c. y=f(x)=x^2 + 5x + 1 a=1, b=5, c=1, 2a=2,...

Twilight"Midnight Sun," the book written from Edward's point of view, started as a writing exercise by Stephenie Meyer. Somehow copies of the first written chapters were leaked on the internet, upsetting...

The Great GatsbyFirst, "The Great Gatsby" relates to the motif of sports in terms of the cheating aspect that is presented in every sport mentioned in the novel. Obviously, one of the larger themes of the novel...

Animal FarmIn a nutshell, consider the following: Squealer, Napoleon's 'right arm pig,' both knows and acts (he is intelligent and manipulative); the donkey Benjamin knows but does not act (He is smart enough...

The Pit and the PendulumIf you are looking for expressions of fear, you need to look for any synonyms of fear, and any other physiological reactions that the narrator has when he is afraid. To do this, it requires a...

The Grapes of WrathDuring the Grapes of Wrath era, the traditional family unit was comprised of a mother, father, and children. Usually, couples had large families to assist with chores around the farm or home, and...

MathThere are 13 pairs of prime numbers <100 that have a difference of 12: 5 and 17 7 and 19 11 and 23 17 and 29 19 and 31 29 and 41 31 and 43 41 and 53 47 and 59 59 and 71 61 and 73 67 and 79 71...

MacbethIn Act 4 Scene 3 of Macbeth, Malcolm praises King Edward of England by telling Macduff about the King's healing powers. He says that the King cures his people who are sick and suffering and that...

PoetryIt is extremely difficult to make any money from writing poetry, but there are many poetry contests out there. I don't know much about the market for poetry in Russian, but if you live in New York...

The ListenersUsing word choices, setting, ghosts and a mysterious errand, the author makes this poem very uncanny. He describes how there is a "moonlit door," so, it is at night, and it is so quiet that you...

To Kill a MockingbirdDespite Mrs. Dubose's outward hostility toward the Finch children, she possesses a number of personality traits which are admirable. Her iron will, to begin with, makes her constitution one that is...

Hamlet"For he was likely, had he been put on, to have proved most royal,..." (Fortinbras). Do you agree...Hamlet was loved by the Danish people which Claudius points out to Laertes in Act 4, sc. 7, ll. 1720. This indicates that the people would be in favor of having Hamlet as their king. Whether or...

The RockingHorse WinnerMy initial reaction to this question is no. "The Rocking Horse Winner", although very distant and flowing in its style, is not streamofconsciousness. In streamofconsciousness writing, the...

After ApplePickingThe applepicker is mentally exhausted. He is on the edge of sleep, but his mind is still very active, and he knows "what form (his) dreaming is about to take". He is physically tired, but his...

Lord of the FliesEXPOSITION. We discover that the boys are on their way from England to the safety of Australia to avoid a nuclear threat to life in Europe. We learn some background information about Ralph and...

Lord of the FliesYou need to start by thinking about what a "frame story" is before you can identify it. A frame story is a story that literally "frames" the main story, just as a frame "frames" a picture, either...

Lord of the FliesPersonification is giving human qualities or characteristics to something which is nonhuman or nonliving, and William Golding does use personification in Lord of the Flies. In chapter two, Ralph...