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• Math
If n is very large , we can write this as Sn = summation (limit){(1/(1/2+1/n))(1/n)+(1/(2+2/n)0(1/n)+......(1/(5+0/n))(1/n) = =Integral of (1/x)dx = {logx},x=2 tox=5 = log(5/2)=0.916291 >3/4....

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• Bliss
You could start with the denotative and connotative meanings of the words. Then describe the symbolism of marriage and move on to the responsibilities of each partner to a successful committed...

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• Math
Because x,y,z are natural numbers, we have: 3x<5x 3y<4y 3z<4z 3x+3y+3z<5x+4y+3z=60. We'll take 3x+3y+3z<60 and we'll divide it by 3, x+y+z<20 In the same way: 5x=<5x, 4y<5y,...

• The Diary of Anne Frank
Though the Franks have been planning for a move to the Annex for a while, and have been transferring belongings and supplies there in small quanitities, they have not been able to complete their...

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• Math
123456*{...}=999999-876543 123456*{...}=123456 {...}=1 234567*[..]-234566=1 234567*[..]=234566+1 [...]=1 345678*(...)=345678 (...)=1 456789-x=1 x=456788

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• Math
The equation could be written : 1+2+3+72+...+73+74+...+1236-(1+2+3+...+72)=1000x 618*1237-36*73=1000x 764466-2628=1000x 761838=1000x x=761.838

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• Astronomy
If you define an "alien" as anything that, by our earthly definitions, is alive, then it stands to reason that they do in fact exist. However, the first definitive discovery of extraterrestrial...

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• Twelfth Night
In Act IV Scenes 1 and 3, Olivia mistakes Sebastian the twin brother of Viola to be Cesario with whom she has fallen in love with. In Sc.1 she authoritatively breaks up the quarrel between...

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• Fahrenheit 451
The police knowingly pursue a man they know is not Montag. The media knowingly broadcasts the pursuit and capture of a man they know is not Montag. Though the actual capture of Montag is important,...

• Brave New World
In Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World," Fanny Crowe is a Beta who represents the conventional thinking of her caste. In Chapter 3, she scolds Lenina for only dating Bernard and not being...

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• Of Mice and Men
A prevalent theme of Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men" is the alienation of men, particularly in the Depression era when so many had to abandon their homes and become itinerant workers in efforts to...

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• The Tempest
Ariel’s role in the beginning is very significant, because he is the one who conjures the tempest that causes the shipwreck. He does this at Prospero’s bidding, because he was once imprisoned...

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• Hamlet
In order to figure out how to perform this soliloquy correctly, you must first think about its underlying meanings. To be, or not to be, that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to...

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• Animal Farm
In Ch.2, the animals revolt and to their surprise successfully take over the farm from Mr.Jones: "Now, as it turned out, the Rebellion was achieved much earlier and more easily than anyone had...

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• Math
We know that (n+1)^m < n^m+n^n+{nC2*n^n-2+ (n-1) lesser terms} <2n^m+{nC2*n^(n-2)}n <2n^m+(n^(n+1)-n^(n))/2 =n^n{(n+3)/2}<n^(n+1), for all n>(n+3)/2 or n>3. Thus n^n+1 >...

• To Kill a Mockingbird
This is a tough question if you don't understand what the word "libel" means, which you rarely hear in everyday speech. On definition of libel that applies here, from the Princeton web dictionary,...

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• English teachers
First of all, contact the company that publishes your yearbook. They have LOADS of information & materials, as well as on-call assistance. Get whatever they have and find out who your go-to...

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• Sinclair Ross
Sinclair Ross, A Canadian writer, wrote while he worked as a banker until his retirement. Ross's parents divorced when he was young, and he lived with his mother. Despite Ross never marrying, he...

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• Great Expectations
This question troubled me because I could not remember Pip marrying Estella. It caused me to bring out the text. Keep in mind that Dickens wrote this as a serial- a bit like today's soap opera-...

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• Fahrenheit 451
White has significance in several cultures, many of which attach similar meanings to the color. The most popular associations include purity or cleanliness. We see this in the cultural tradition of...

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• Geology
29.22% of the earth's surface is land. 70.78% of the earth's surface is liquid water. Most of the earth's water is salty or permanently frozen. Approximately 3% of the 70.78% of earth's surface is...

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• The Scarlet Letter
Chillingworth, Hester's actual husband working as a doctor under an assumed identity, became Dimmensdale's physician and moved in his house. In time he began to suspect that his patient's maladies...

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• A White Heron
Several themes are developed in the story, but the primary theme is one of self-discovery. "A White Heron" is an initiation story, a narrative in which the protagonist changes in a significant way...

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• Julius Caesar
It sounds as if you have started your own research into the similarities and differences between these characters. Have considered these? Similarities: Brutus and Cassius both have taken note of...

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• Reference
The word neighbor can be used as a noun, an adjective, or a verb. The word comes from an Old English word that means dweller. The main definition of the word neighbor is a person, persons, or...

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• Slaughterhouse-Five
Slaughterhouse Five can be compared to Huck Finn -- people have called Vonnegut a "modern day Mark Twain." You could also compare it to Catch-22 by Joseph Heller, which is another darkly humorous...

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• Flowers for Algernon
Dr. Strauss gives Charlie "some pink pills" to "make (him) sleep good" (March 29). When Dr. Strauss gives Charlie the pills, it is about two and a half weeks after his operation. Charlie is just...

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• Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry
During this era, the early 1930's, in the South, the schools were small rural schools that didn't have much money. The people didn't have much money either and couldn't afford to go out and just...

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• Twilight
First, let's do some terminology defining. You probably know what a metaphor is (using a descriptor that compares two unlike things to mean something - for instance, "that little girl is like a...

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• Law and Politics
Subletting an apartment is tricky. The laws are different from state to state, but one thing is true in all states; even if you sublet a property, the person's name on the lease always remains...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
According to the dictionary, "Synecdoche can be a defined as a figurative representation in which the part of an object is used as a linguistic placeholder for the whole object (part represents...

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• Macbeth
Macbeth's character flaw, in a single word, is greed. (In more than one word, it would be unfettered political ambition.) Greed, by definition, means the selfish desire to acquire something, a...

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• Reference
If the situation is really as you say, first of all I am very sorry you are having to deal with it. And if the people in charge are not helping, that is inexcusable. One thing which seems to get...

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• Whirligig
Brent's parents love him, but they are very caught up in their own materialistic wants and do not really see who Brent is. While the family eats dinner together, they do it in front of the tv and...

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• All Quiet on the Western Front
Detering was overcome by homesickness and deserted. He was caught by the military police, and court-martialed. Detering was "one of those who kept himself to himself". One day, he saw a cherry...

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• Paul's Case
"Paul's Case" by Willa Cather is a short story that tells about a disillusioned high school student who takes a trip to New York, not unlike Holden Caulfield, and finds that his imagined life of...

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• The Wedding
At the beginning of the story, Wilson senses that Jane is pulling away from him. He questions whether his wife still loves him. They have grown distant in their daily lives, really living parallel...

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• Antigone
Beowulf and Antigone are indeed both heroic characters. Beowulf is heroic in the tradition of myth and legend. As a young warrior, he is strong, courageous, and fierce in battle; he is also a doer...

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• A Midsummer Night's Dream
snacks, Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" refers to the summer solstice (the longest day of the year), around June 23, but in fact the play is set in May. Still, the holiday of Midsummer...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
Your question confuses two separate deaths in the Radley family. In the beginning of Chapter 8, we learn that Mrs. Radley died that winter, the winter when it snowed in Maycomb and when Miss...

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• Social Sciences
I think that if there is a conception of spirituality in any mode of relationship, there is ethical considerations. The idea of "most ethics" can be broadened to simply invoke "ethical conduct,"...

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• When the Legends Die
They lived like their people before them, hunting for food and wasteing nothing. They used everything off the animals and gathered/smoked food for the long winter.

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• Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry
The man that lives with the Logans to help and protect the family while Papa is away is Mr. L.T. Morrison. Mr. Morrison has lost his job on the railroad. He was fired for getting into a fight...

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• Into the Wild
Chris McCandless was an adventurer all of his life. In Krakauer's book, the chapter entitled, "Chesapeake Beach" we read about Chris's childhood. Walter McCandless Jr. describes Chris as a boy who...

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• Shakespeare's Sonnets
Consonance occurs in the alliterative sh- that occurs in lines 1, 3, 4 and 5 (shall, shake, short, shines) and again in lines 9 and 11 with the repetition of "shall." You can hear assonance in the...

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• Tuesdays With Morrie
In chapter 3, called "The Student" Mitch tells of his encounter with death. He writes about his favorite uncle dying at an early age of pancreatic cancer. This was the uncle that Mitch had wanted...

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• A Modest Proposal
First and foremost, as satire, it deals with a variety of social issues. The underlying purpose behind the essay is to criticize the British government's attitudes and treatment toward the Irish in...

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• The Poetry of Robert Frost
"Fire and Ice," for all its brevity, develops a profound theme and raises intriguing questions in regard to human nature. The primary literary device in the poem is that of implied metaphor. Fire...

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• Macbeth
Lady Macbeth says this line immediately after reading a letter she has just received from her husband. In that letter, Macbeth informs his wife that the witches have prophesied that he will be...

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