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• Math
x+y=5 ...........(1) xy =8............(2) are the 2 equations given. Therfore, x-y = [(x+y)^2 * 4xy]^(1/2) = (5^2-4*8)= (-7)^(1/2) Therefore x+y = 5 and x-y =...

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• Math
We'll group the terms in an expedient manner. It appears the grouping the first and the second together and the third and fourth together, we'll obtain another common factor. E(x)=3x*(x-2y) +...

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• Math
3*63^(1/2)-700^(1/2)+2*(28)-(175)^(1/2) =3*(9*7)^(1/2)-(7*100)^(1/2) +2*(7*4)^(1/2)-(25*7)^(1/2) =7^(1/2){ 3*3-10+2*2-5) =7^(1/2){13-15} =-2*7^(1/2)

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• Math
The given expression is: { [ (8x^6)/(-2x^3) - (2x^4)/(-x^2)] / (2x^2) } +x-3 {[(8/-2)x^(6-3) -(2/-1)x^(4-2)](2x^2)}+x-3 ={[-4x^3+2x^2]/(2x^2)}+x-3 ={[-4/2)x^(3-2)+(2/2)x^(2-2)]}+x-3 ={-2x+1}+x-3...

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• Literature
That is an interesting assignment. There are many ways in which to personify an apple. Let me give you a possible twist. Many people say that the apple is evil. The reason they say this is because...

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That is a good question, especially in this down market. Here are some strategies that managers use. First, there is the idea of diversification. In short, you do not want all your eggs in one...

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• Math
To simplify: E(x)=[4-(3+x)/x] /[ (x-1)/(x+1)] -[ 4/(x-2x^2) ] Right side has 2 terms. First term: [4-(3+x)/x]*(x+1)/(x-1) =[ (4x-3-x)/x](x+1)/(x-1) (3x-3)(x+1)/[x(x-1)] = 3(x-1)(x+1)/[x(x-1)]...

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• Grammar
It is hard to answer this question because the changes from Old English to Modern English have been so great that it's hard to talk about them as even being the same language There are a couple of...

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• Math
To calculate [(12x^2 * y - 3x * y^2)/(-3xy)] + 5(x-2y) The expression in the first rectangular bracket: [(12x^2 * y - 3x * y^2)/(-3xy)] = 3xy(4x-y)/(-3xy) =-(4x-y)..................(1) Adding...

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• Math
The n term Tn of a geometric progression is of the form, Tn = a*q^(n-1). Thereore, in this case, bn = a*q^(n-1). b6 = 25 and b8 = 9, So a*q^(6-1) = 25.................(1) and a*q^(8-1) =...

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• School for Scandal
Initially honour seems to be in short supply in School for Scandal: The gossips are completely without honour; Lady Sneerwell makes fun of such marriage and this is why she constructs the plot, a...

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• The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
In the story "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", the narrator is not Tom, but a third person omniscient narrator who has deep understanding of Tom's personality, and why he is the way he is. The...

• Math
It is obvious that we have to determine the function coefficients, in order to calculate the sum. For this reason, we'll take from enunciation the given facts, namely f(1)=2, f(-3)=-2, and we'll...

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• Math
As the point A lies on y = f(x) =-5x+2, the coordinates of A should satisfy the graph. So, (a+1)/2 = -5(a-1)/3+2 or 3(a+1) = 2*(-5)(a-1) +12 or 3a+3=-10a+10+12 or 3a+10a= 10+12-3 or 13a = 19 or a...

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• Math
f(x) = x-1, when x<1 and f(x) =x+1 when x>1. f(-3) = -3-1 =-4. f(0) = 0-1 = -1, f(-4) =-4-1 =-5 , as x<1 f(3) =3+1 =4 as x>1. Therefore, a=f(-3)*f(0)-f(-4)*f(3) =(-4)*(-1)-(-5)*(4)...

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• The Magician's Nephew
There are a lot of themes in this book. Each reader has to think for him/herself about which are the main ones. Here are a few themes: Maturation -- Digory matures a great deal over the course of...

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• Math
a) finding f(x)=ax+b given two points A(-3,2) and B(-4,5); b) finding c=b-a answer exercise a) then b) goes without saying- Answer to a)...

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• Far from the Madding Crowd
First, I don't know that one could legitimately argue that Hardy intends for what happens between Frank Troy and Fanny to be interpreted as revenge on Fanny's part. Fanny does not seek revenge....

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• Math
f(x) = 3x-a or y= 3x-a. Since A is a point on the graph or satisfying the graph (here a straight line),its coordinates should satisfy y = 3x-a. Therefore, substituting the coordintes, we get: a-4...

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• The Count of Monte Cristo
Revenge, of course, drives all of Edmond Dante's actions after he is falsely imprisoned. It keeps him alive in prison, gives him strength and motivation to carry out his elaborate strategy to...

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• The Kite Runner
In the book "The Kite Runner" Baba is the father of Amir. Amir and the family servant's son, Hassan, are close friends. Baba is very kind to the Hazara boy. What one does not know nor do the...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
I agree with mckapen1's statement that the central fear in Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird is a fear of the "dark" -- meaning. of course, the white people's fear of black people. The black...

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• The Scarlet Letter
In the book "The Scarlet Letter" the reader is being set up to think that the action of the person behind the oak door is one of a very serious criminal. The looks on the people's faces are so...

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• Cat in the Rain
The main characters in this Hemingway story are an American couple--George and his unnamed wife--an Italian padrone (hotelkeeper), and a hotel maid. The couple is on vacation in Italy, and they are...

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• Reference
Making a car more aerodynamic reduces fuel consumption. To improve air resistance in a car, manufacturers attempt to reduce what is called aerodynamic drag, or the force that opposes the direction...

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• Science
Bluetooth technology refers to an open protocol for exchanging data between different devices using wireless communication over short distances using short wave length radio waves. The word...

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• Into the Wild
McCandless might first be defined by his non-conformism and his willingness to eschew the financially comfortable background in which he was brought up. Krakauer states that he 'believed that...

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• The Seafarer
To me, the contrast that is implied is a contrast between the old, pagan, heroic values of the days gone by and the new, more Christian and peaceful values that the poet is recommending to people....

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• The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail
The play features many moments of Thoreau's resistance being motivated by a sense of personal and conscientious opposition. I would submit that the act of not wanting to pay taxes to a nation...

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• The Scarlet Letter
I think that Pearl is described as a flower so that Hawthorne can talk about her coming out of the "rank luxuriance" of her mother's sin. The metaphor here reminds me of a flower growing out of...

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Pushkin employs two Russian literary conventions in "The Queen of Spades." He uses the device of employing a Russian character of German descent to symbolize the virtues of prudence, hard work, and...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
All quotes spoken by Atticus When a child asks you something, answer him, for goodness' sake. But don't make a production of it. Children are children, but they can spot an evasion, Chapter 9...

• Physics
The resultant of two forces acting on the same point is maximum when the forces are acting in the same direction and minimum when they operate in opposite direction. When the two forces are acting...

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• History
I think that the Harlem Renaissance occurred where it did because New York City was sort of a melting pot of African Americans from other parts of the US and even from the Caribbean. By this time,...

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• Science
Supposing that you are reffering to alkali cleaners,well,first of all, it's important to know what alkali cleaners are used for. They are good at cleaning all kind of greasy surfaces, as glass,...

• The Chocolate War
In Chapter 3 of The Chocolate War, the word "Why?" had been scrawled in "a blank space no advertiser had rented" on the side of the bus. Beneath that word, someone "had slashed in answer" the words...

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• The Monkey's Paw
Nobody gave the paw to Mr. White. He grabbed it off the fire himself when Morris threw it there. Morris threw it there because he did not want anyone else to have it. He knew that any wishes that...

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• History
What do you consider to be "important characteristics?" I guess what I would say she must have had two very important characteristics -- intelligence and determination. The reason I say this is...

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• History
Big question, so I can only give you a little on each thing: Industrialization did two things. First, it made it so the European countries needed raw materials. They thought African colonies...

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• Social Sciences
Although you say they're not human, you are clearly assuming that they have some form of what we'd call "higher intelligence" because you are assuming they have language and you are going to bring...

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• A Day No Pigs Would Die
Robert's willingness to help the Widow is repaid tenfold when she recommends to Mr. Tanner that he take the boy with him to the Rutland Fair. Robert has never been to the Fair, but has been longing...

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• History
President Franklin D. Roosevelt was the main force behind both of these programs, but especially the Lend-Lease Program. Before the US got drawn into WWII, most Americans did not want to get...

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• Fahrenheit 451
In this case, Montag is surprised because he would have thought that he would be angry at Faber. The context here is that Montag is remembering when he met Faber. He saw Faber in a park and could...

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• The Kite Runner
It is really not possible for anyone to tell you how to conclude your essay unless they have seen your essay. A good conclusion has to in some way go with the rest of the essay. Usually, it will...

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• Winter Dreams
Some of the whims that Fitzgerald describes in Judy Jones relates to her character. Her constant dismissal of men as her suitors might be one such whim. She dismisses men with disarming...

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• The Lovely Bones
Apart from a very significant literary allusion, I am guessing that it was the writer of the screenplay for The Lovely Bones that wrote the poem you speak of (because Alice Sebold does not include...

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• Gathering Blue
It is not clear, but the story suggests that the Singer who performs the incantations in the annual ritual of "The Ruin" does so against his will. Such is the case of the little girl named Jo who...

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• The Black Cat
The man in the story starts out as a nice man who lives a good life with his wife and pets. As time progresses he begins to change. He becomes more demanding of his environment and cruel. His...

• Into the Wild
Chris McCandless gave away his inheritance that had been set aside for school and headed across the United States. He worked many odd jobs along the way and met many different people. The book...

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• Science
I think it would be hard to seriously argue that computers have been, overall, a curse to mankind. Computers have changed our lives and, I think, very much for the better. So many things are so...

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