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• Astronomy
We can assume that the altitude of the satellite is x from earth and so it is earths radius R +x meter distant from the centre of the earth. The satellites speed is v . We also assume that the...

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• Math
Answer to your Limits Question: 1) If you Factor the Numerator you will get (x-3)(x+3)/(x-3) allowing you to cancel the (x-3). You will then be left with (x+3). Using substitution you can conclude...

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• Physics
For all of these questions, you need to use the following equation, which will tell you the force of gravity in those situations: Fg = (Gm1m2)/r^2 where G is the universal gravitational constant,...

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• Physics
We know by the Newton and Keplar's, gravitational law that, (T2/T1) ^2 = (R2/R1)^3, which gives the comparison of period of earth T1 and that of the asteroid T2, with their respective distances...

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• Geology
The Tropic of Cancer and Capricorn are imaginary lines of latitude running parallel with the Equator. Both are 23.5 degrees north and south of it, Cancer in the north, Capricorn in the south, so...

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• Guide to Literary Terms
That is a good question and paradoxes are wonderful things, because they make you think! With that said, one must also be open to the fact that a paradox may actually a contradiction. I think one...

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• Murder in the Cathedral
Martyrdom is undoubtably a central theme in 'Murder in The Cathedral' by T.S. Eliot. Before beginning any assignment on a theme, be sure you know what the terms mean. A martyr is someone who is...

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• Langston Hughes
It depends on the boy, I'm sure. Some 12-year-olds are much more mature than others. In American culture, at risk of oversimplifying, we tend to view all children as completely lacking in...

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• Literature
The word sensuous refers to anything which affects the senses. That is sight,hearing,scent,touch and taste. In literature, we usually appreciate vivid imaginative writing that can evoke memories,...

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• Of Mice and Men
Whit describes Curley's wife as "a tart." This means that she is a woman who does not have a good reputation. As we continue to learn more about Curley's wife, we learn that she may not really be...

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• Dreams from My Father
From reading Dreams From My Father by Barack Obama, it's clear that the absence of his father left a vacuum in his life with all the unresolved attachment/separation issues that that usually...

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• History
While I am not aware of a particular joke, I would say that African- Americans had many insights to the elements of the Great Depression and the New Deal. Initially, many African- Americans would...

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• Hamlet
When Hamlet murders Polonius, Gertrude continually questions him. She is distraught by what he has done and seeks to make sense of his rants. She asks: O me, what hast thou done? As kill a king?...

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• The Destructors
Very good question! To me, three central ideas that you could refer to in your middle paragraphs would be: the setting and context, the personal background of Trevor and finally how Trevor...

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• Literature
In the film, Swades, there is a very poignant scene that deals with this very reality. One of the challenges that India faces is the notion that a country where there is so much rapid...

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• Ode on a Grecian Urn
In this poem, the narrator has found an old urn (like a vase) that was made long ago by some Greek person. The urn is decorated with two scenes -- one of lovers listening to musicians under some...

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• Of Mice and Men
Or... Lennie could be quite challenging too - he gets talked about a lot but we never really get inside his head except when George mentions what Lennie used to say, or what we can guess from the...

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• History
This sort of depends on what you're trying to say about it, but here are a few ideas: A map of the invasion beaches (Gold, Juno, Sword, etc) labelled with which country's soldiers invaded. Pictures...

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• Arts
He thought they would look like hipppies

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• Chikazu's Group
I think that a definition of true love cannot stray from the idea that individuals have to feel completely at one with another and yet feel themselves. One of the most challenging elements in any...

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• Business
The reason for this can be seen in the definition of economic profit and in the definition of perfect competition. Economic profit means profit after you pay out your explicit AND implicit costs....

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• Frankenstein
Your question is not specific concerning the "he." Are you talking about Robert Walton? Robert Walton meets Victor Frankenstein in the North Pole while trying to dig his ship out from the ice...

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• Business
In business and management almost all decisions are taken under some degree of uncertainty, and therefore involve varying degree of risk. Thus the the decision are not classified according to...

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• History
In the United States in the 1920s, women were starting to want smaller families. This is not true for all women, but it is true on average. The 1920s were a time when women were becoming freer in...

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• History
My thesis for this topic would be that the imperialist past of Kenya helped cause the one-party government and tribal conflict that has caused many of Kenya's current and recent problems. When...

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• Business
Bascially, what determines this is whether your industry enjoys economies of scale or not. A decreasing cost industry is one where, as demand goes up for the industry as a whole, the costs go down....

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• The Odyssey
Certainly, the ideas in Homer's work can be appreciated by many a student. The notion of the voyage, the hero, the idea of "grace under pressure," as well as the concept of the homecoming are two...

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• Olaudah Equiano
Probably the best answer to this question is the "talking book." Equiano's slave narrative presents an early and powerful treatment of the power of literacy, a power that most slaves did not have...

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• The Watsons Go to Birminghamâ€”1963
Your original question is to be noted because it contained more questions than I have ever seen in any one question in my time as an editor for enotes. You are not allowed to ask multiple...

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• The Road to Memphis
Cassie says that the thing about going on a coon hunt was that a body had to be totally prepared, and that included taking along every item of importance. The list of those items is very...

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• History
The only similarity I can see between these three revolutions is that each of them was to some extent about democracy or, at least, about reducing the power of a monarchy. The French and American...

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• Physics
Yes, an object can have both of these at the same time. Potential energy is energy that is stored in an object. Kinetic energy is the energy that is associated with motion. So what you have to...

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• The Crucible
Since Mary went to Salem to be part of the proceedings (the witch trials), she has become less meek in her attitude toward Elizabeth and John Proctor. She seems strange to them and they are...

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• The Outsiders
Although Dallas Winston is really more of an anti-hero, both characters in Susan E. Hinton's teen novel, The Outsiders, fit the heroic mold. Johnny Cade overcomes many obstacles in his life...

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• Social Sciences
People who assume that society would benefit from the decriminalization of drugs typically make the following arguments: Decriminalization would increase tax revenues, some of which could be used...

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• Health Issues
I guess I don't really see where this can be discussed by anyone who isn't a neuroscientist. Addiction seems to me to be at least partly a failure of will power on the part of the individual. But...

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• The Canterbury Tales
The first thing that has to be understood about The Canterbury Tales is that it is a parody of life at the time, which means it is poking fun at the people. With that in mind, you have to look at...

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• Business
The correct answer here is C -- I will need a dividend of \$1.60 per share. Here's how this is calculated. Because the 12% return is annual, there is no need to worry about compounding or anything...

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• Business
I disagree... You are right that B is correct. Here's how to go about it. First, you need to figure out how much you will need at the beginning of your retirement (so that you can draw money out...

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• 1984
If you think about it, how do we know that anything exists? The only way I know anything is through my own consciousness. I can not know anything except through my physical senses and my ability...

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• The Odyssey
This question has been previously asked and answered in sections. Please see the links below: Summary of Chapters 1-4 Chapters 5-8 Chapters 9-12 Chapter 13 Chapters 13-14 Chapters 15-19 Chapters...

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• The Witch of Blackbird Pond
In Chapter 2, Kit unwittingly offends Nat by calling the Dolphin a "filthy ship". The incident takes place not long after Kit and Nat first meet. They come from completely different backgrounds,...

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• Science
Nothing works 100% of the time, not even vaccinations. So no, vaccines do not completely protect you from diseases. There is a chance that you could contract a disease (I don't think you should...

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• Heart of Darkness
First, you have to identify your theme. Was one discussed/provided in class? If not, decide on one "big idea" that you see manifested in the text. Love, Death, Ignorance, Respect, etc. are big...

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• Moby Dick
With one of the most famous sentences in all of literature, Herman Melville opens his narrative with "Call me Ishmael." With this line, Melville introduces the Biblical allusion of the son of...

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• Math
I think this is what you are asking. Find the Determinant of 5(A^t)(B^7)((a^-1)^5)(B^t) You need to first find A^T = [[3,-2];[2,-2]] and B^T =[[5,2];[3,1]] Multiply as given in the problem. To find...

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• History
I don't think Patrice Lumumba should have been assassinated because it was murder and murder is morally wrong! Even if he was engaged in conspiracy, tyranny, treason, civil war, immoral acts, or...

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• Law and Politics
I think that without question poor people need to have lawyers appointed for them when they are defendants in criminal cases. The reason for this is that the law and legal proceedings are very...

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• Frederick Douglass
One could argue that there are several points of comparison between the stories of Antwone Fisher and Frederick Douglass. In Finding Fish, Antwone Fisher narrates his life story and describes his...

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• A History of Cambodia
Phnom Penh, which is now the capital of Cambodia, has been an important city in that region for centuries. It is first known to history as the capital of the Khmer Empire, the empire which built...

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