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• History
Slavery did not directly cause the Civil War. Instead, it was the differences between the northern and southern economies that caused the war. Of course, slavery was one of those differences. To...

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• Miss Brill
The epiphany of the story is when, after many Sunday visits to the park, Miss Brill realises that there are many people who come and go, and that their arrivals and departures are like the...

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• Miss Brill
Unfortunately, you are not allowed to ask multiple questions on enotes, so I have edited your question to focus on the climax of this tremendous short story. The problem with living life as an...

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• Math
sin(x-1/4*p)cosx=(1/2*2^0.5)(sinx)^2 (sinxcos(p/4)-cosxsin(p/4)]cosx] = (sqrt2/2)(sinx)^2 (1/sqrt2)(sinx-cosx)cosx =( 1/sqrt2) (sinx)^2 Dividing 1/sqrt2, weget: (sinx-cosx)cosx = (sinx)^2...

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• In the Time of the Butterflies
In the book In the Time of the Butterflies Maria liked to have male attention. She was very flirtatious and would have a lot of suitors but did not feel anything for them. When she met the man...

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• Tears, Idle Tears
In "Tears, Idle Tears," by Alfred Lord Tennyson, the narrator is distraught at the realization with regard to how time has passed. No longer in the youthful season of life, the narrator observes...

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• Holes
A palindrome is a word or phrase that means the same thing written either right to left or left to right. For instance, the word "racecar" is a palindrome. If you spell it bacwards, it's still...

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Roads almost always represent the journey of life. They can also be seen as connectors and, in the post-apocalyptic world of McCarthy's novel, as a pathway that is fraught with danger (pretty much...

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• Best Friends Forever
I think what you can do is try to look at things from another perspective. If you have a best friend, then you presumably love that person. If you love that person, you want what is best for that...

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• Trifles
If you do not have to compare the short play Trifles with another short story, but rather with just another work found in Literature and the Writing Process, then I would choose to compare Antigone...

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• Oedipus Rex
The Thebans probably did not chase Laius' murderer because they were distracted by the lifting of the plague laid on the city of Thebes by the Sphinx. When Oedipus arrived in the city and solved...

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• Math
(sinx)^4+(cosx)^4 = 1 The soltion is obvious but a procedure is as below: s^4+(1-s^2)^2 = 1, where s = sinx. Also (sinx)^2+(cosx)^2 = 1 is a trigonometric identity for all x. So, (cosx)^4 =...

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• The Crucible
In Act 1, Abigail does John that Betty's sickness has nothing to do with witchcraft, a statement that he has apparently told Elizabeth. When John and Elizabeth find out how much the fear of...

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• Oedipus Rex
The Oracle at Delphi tells Oedipus that he will murder his father and marry his mother, a prophecy that he tries very hard to avoid happening. Ironically, his attempts to avoid his fate lead to him...

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• Online Teaching
The conflict is the unrequited love of the boy. Of course his mother should love him but she cannot. Bowen used detailed descriptions of the natural world, in the park, to mirror the relationship...

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• Self-Reliance
There is a time in every man's education when he arrives at the conviction that envy is ignorance; that imitation is suicide; that he must take himself for better, for worse, as his portion: that...

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• Science
The concept of a field-effect transistor (FET) is conseptually very simple, and predates even the BJT as a concept. Basicaly, an applied electric field induces excess charge in a channel, which...

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• Science
In the following we will describe the construction, working principle and characteristics of a MOSFET transistor. The JFET transistor is similar in many aspects to the MOSFET transistor. A MOSFET...

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• Harrison Bergeron
The government in the short story "Harrison Bergeron" is trying to keep everyone equal by giving them handicaps that restrain them in their strengths, and keep them from standing out or excelling...

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• Tuesdays With Morrie
Dying is the only conclusion to being alive. As Morrie knows he is dying and teaching those around him how to accept his death, he is teaching them how to live. Morrie knows that he is going to...

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• Winter Dreams
The main character, or protagonist, of the story is Dexter Green. Dexter is a young man at the beginning of the story. He is an excellent caddy at the golf club but gives up his job when belittled...

• The Red Badge of Courage
Stephen Crane withholds the name of Henry's regiment until late in the novel, The Red Badge of Courage. Like many of the men, the unit is a faceless group awaiting their turn to die in battle (in...

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• Fences
Some say Troy is a classical tragic hero. Some say he is a modern tragic hero. I tend to think he is more the latter than the former. Key questions: does Troy reach an epiphany before his death?...

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• Essay Lab
I understand paranormal activity to refer to things such as hauntings or extra-sensory perception, things that probably close to half (or more) of the population believes in firmly and another...

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• Peyton Place
This is an interesting question, and it has an even more interesting answer. I love the old Peyton Place movies, so I just had to take a stab at finding an answer for you. On books.google.com, I...

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• Social Sciences
There can be many communication barriers in the work place and in life. Some are verbal, others are written, and still others are silent, like body language and facial expressions. Here are some...

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• Science
Some illnesses cause loss of appetite, or include symptoms of gastrointestinal distress that make eating problematic. But it's important to feed the body during illness. The old adage "Starve a...

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• Science
Calcium and vitamin D and phosphorous are important foods for building strong bones. Vitamin D is mainly absorbed y exposure to sunlight, so even in winter it's important to spend time outside each...

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• Math
The kinetic energy of an object is dependent only on the speed and mass of the car. Thus, though the question specifies the value of acceleration of gravity, at has no impact on the kinetic energy...

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• Math
The potential energy of any body lifted vertically above the eath is the product the mass of the body and gravitational acceletion and the height lifted. Tims mass, m =71.5kg The cceleration due...

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• Math
Given: Mass of first bullet = m1 = 2.6 grams = 2.6/1000 kg = 0.0026 kg Mass of second bullet 2 = m1 = 5.7 grams = 5.7/1000 kg = 0.0057 kg common speed of the two bullets = v =30.0 m/s Kinetic...

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• Math
At the lowest positon the potential energy is assumed to be 0.The lowest point of the is also the most bottom point of the the bottom point of the circular arc, about which the swing makes the to...

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• Science
A pain in the ear caused by a simple cold may be sharp, dull or may have burning character, with an intensity that can range from simple discomfort to strong pain.Even if the fluid in the ear is...

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• Math
Kinetic energy of any object is given by the formula: kinetic energy = k = (m*v^2)/2 Where: m = mass and v = speed of the object. If speed of car v become four time than the increased kinetic...

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• Physics
Kinetic energy of any object is given by the formula: kinetic energy = k = (m*v^2)/2 Where: m = mass and v = speed of the object. In the question the let us say: average mass of massive molecules...

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• History
to correct my spelling#3 is supposed to be spelled Petrarch! sorry!

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• Reference
There are lots of possible answers to your question, but it is hard to guess at which one of them would be right without more information about your particular computer and how you connect to the...

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• Literature
it describes king arthurs legendary conquests and his eventual fall.

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• All My Sons
At the beginning of All My Sons, Joe Keller asserts himself as a strong, confident, charismatic character. Although some of the characters question whether Joe appears innocent in the eyes of the...

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• Math
Kinetic energy of any object is given by the formula: kinetic energy = k = (m*v^2)/2 Where: m = mass and v = speed of the object. In the question the let us say: mass of golf ball is m1 and speed...

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• Math
Given: Mass of airliner = m = 6.6*(10^4) kg Kinetic energy of airliner = k = 1.1*(10^9) we have to find speed (v) of airliner. We know kinetic energy is given by the formula: k = (m*v^2)/2...

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• Math
It is assumed that in part A) and part B) of the question the the diver leaved the diving board with speed of 0 (zero). A) Total height of the board is 9.0 m above water surface. Therefore, when...

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• Macbeth
Shakespeare wrote the Scottish play to honor the Scottish James I, who published a treatise on witchcraft and was fascinated with the occult. Below are from "Real Macbeth and His Times": It seems...

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• Pride and Prejudice
I don't know that we have evidence to indicate that Jane Austen did consider herself an artist. There is nothing in her letters that indicates a reference to herself in a capacity as artist....

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• Law and Politics
Since this has the tag "the best presidents" I'm going to assume that's what you mean. And I'm assuming you mean American presidents. George Washington. Most important for winning the...

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• The Merchant of Venice
In Act II Sc. 7 the Prince of Morocco arrives in Belmont to try his luck in winning Portia. He is led to the room where the different caskets are kept. After debating and reasoning within himself...

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• Reference
Ethics are important in healthcare. Doctors have long followed the Hippocratic Oath, which means they will not harm their patients. HMOs, on the other hand, are for-profit and often make...

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• Macbeth
This short scene from Act 4, sc. 2, shows how Lady Macduff feels about her husband's absence and shows the general current mood of Scotland. Lady Macduff is angry that her husband has left them in...

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• Macbeth
Before the scene opens in Act 4 Scene 2, Ross has told Lady Macduff that her husband has fled from Scotland. The scene opens with Lady Macduff being deeply agitated. She is demanding to know why he...

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