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• History
Many of the most eminent mathematicians lived in the ancient past. First among mathematicians is Euclid. Beyond lending his name to Euclidean geometry, in his greatest work, the Elements, he...

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You have rightly said that we cannot ignore the customer's perspective. But there are many more considerations that you must think about to make your venture a success. First of all you must be...

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• Macbeth
You can also say that it is a tragedy because the protagonist has all the characteristics of a "tragic hero", you know, the main character whose vicisitudes make you almost feel sorry for him...

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• William Shakespeare
shaz88, I hope that these are enough details about Shakespeare's marriage for you: William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway on November 27, 1582. He married her at the age of 18; she was 26 years...

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• The Merchant of Venice
That's a little too much to ask for, dont you think?

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• A Separate Peace
I bolded what needs fixed. The novel I am in is called A Separate Peace by John Knowles. My name is Gene, and I am sixteen years old at Devon during World War II. I was a very competitive student...

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• Fahrenheit 451
Excellent question that identifies one of the most intriguing aspects of the character of Guy Montag. Montag is a very interesting protagonist to study, because he is by no means a perfect hero -...

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• Math
Call arctg(1/(1+r+r^2)= Tr. Summation arctg(1/(1+r+r^2)=Summation Tr; r=1,2..n. To find limt{T1+T2+T3+.....+Tn} as n-> inf. Tr = arctg{1/1+(r(r+1)}=arctg{((r+1)-r)/[1+(r+1)r]} =arctg(r+1)-arctg...

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• Colonialism
The Berlin Conference began on November 15, 1884 and ran until the following February, and essentially divided Africa into spheres of influence among major nations. Competition over the...

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• Math
a=1/(x-1)+1/(x-2)+..1(x-2009) Multiply by the LCM both sides and rewrite as: P(x)=a(x-1)(x-2)(x-b)... (x-2009) - (x-2)(x-3)--(x-2009) -(x-1)(x-3)--(x-2009) -(x-1)(x-2)(x-4)----(x-2009)...

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• Math
There are a couple of ways to evaluate this inequality. One is to graph arctg (x) and x-x^3/3 and note that the two graphs intersect. Thus it is not always true that f(x) < x - x^3/3 A quick way...

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• Math
f(x) = 1/e^x + e^x = e^-x + e^x Int(e^x) = e^x + C Using the chain rule, Int(e^-x) = Int[-(e^-x)/(-1)] = e^-x/(-1) + C so, Int(f(x)) = -e^-x + e^x = e^x - e^-x + C and from x = 0 to 1 Int(f(x) =...

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• Math
A function is convex over a region R if every point on the function in R lies beneath the line connecting the boundaries of R. The second derivative of a function can tell us whether a function is...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
There are several reasons why Atticus is unbiased: 1. He tells Scout to see things from other people's perspectives. This is seen towards the beginning of the novel with Scout's teacher--Miss...

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• Arts
Photojournalism plays a prominent role in disseminating both information and misinformation nowadays. Photographs can also arouse emotion much more quickly than the written word. For one thing, a...

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• Macbeth
Victor's decision to destroy the partner he was creating for the Creature is the one decision that determines everything that happens to him for the rest of his life. If he had just created the...

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• Because My Father Always Said He Was the Only Indian Who Saw Jimi Hendrix Play 'The Star-Spangled Banner' at Woodstock
sarcastic for sure

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• Hamlet
1. Conniving. He constantly manipulates characters around him to serve his own means. He pulls off a sneaky murder of Hamlet's dad, manages to woo and win the queen, convinces Rosencrantz and...

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• Macbeth
True to the witches' formula, Macbeth is both fair & foul and, what is more, he is always conscious of the co-existence of opposites in him. Very early in the play, in act1 sc.3, the fair but...

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• Macbeth
Duncan rewards Macbeth with the title of the Thane of Cawdor, and all land that comes with it. He also says that Macbeth will rise to new levels of power and glory, saying “I have begun to plant...

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• Amy Lowell
Without a title, it's difficult to tell you where to find the poem. I did a search for Lowell's poems that contain the words "hand" and "opera" and found "An Opera House." Could this be the poem...

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• Amos Fortune, Free Man
Compared to the town of Woburn from which Amos and Violet are traveling, Jaffrey is still largely unsettled. Even though she has been a slave, Violet has become accustomed to "the comfort of a big...

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• Beat Movement
I feel the same way about Philip Larken. How long did it take his poetry to be "discovered"? especially if they don't find the majority of a person's work, like Dickinson, while they are alive.

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• The Outsiders
Character vs. character: Johnny vs. Bob- This is one of the more obvious ones, as Bob attacks Johnny not once, but twice in the novel. Because Johnny is the most gentle of the greasers, and...

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• A Midsummer Night's Dream
As Lysander says, "The course of true love never did run smooth." Love in A Midsummer Night's Dream is portrayed as complicated and difficult, yet Shakespeare does it in a way that is humorous and...

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• The Zoo Story
Edward Albee's "The Zoo Story" is a darkly humorous examination of two people's existence. The entire drama is an interaction between a middle aged family man and a misplaced, lost, man who is...

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• An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
msbrezzy101, No, the bridge does not break. A trap door on the bridge opens and Payton Farquhar is hanged. Bierce's "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" contrasts the real passage of time with...

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• History
Excellent answer. The Marshall Plan, the brainchild of George C. Marshall (who had been head of the Allied Chiefs of Staff during WW II), really had no intended connection to the Truman Doctrine...

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• History
The relationship between individual rights and the common good is a fundamental question in political philosophy, and it is certainly an important consideration for the Founding Fathers. The...

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• Literature
rising action

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There are a number of issues to your husband's inquiry and because your question is somewhat vague I will at least touch base on several scenarios. 1. Verbal agreements are not binding in a court...

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• I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
Until the poet is in communion with Nature he is "lonely as a cloud," but when his spirit connects with the lovely sight of the daffodils, he "could not but be gay" with the "wealth the show to me...

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• I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
The poem starts off describing a cloud that is wandering all alone. The words that Wordsworth picks to describe it emphasize his loneliness, alienation, and how he feels no connection with anyone...

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• The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
In The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn tells Tom the cure for curing warts and that is what takes them to the graveyard. Hucks states, ""Devil follow corpse, cat follow devil, warts follow...

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• Fahrenheit 451
This novel is very exciting. I enjoy watching Montag come alive when he begins talking to Clarisse and questioning all the things he has taken at face value, and noticing things around him that he...

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The quantity of a product manufacturers are willing to supply to the market. They select a level of supply that maximizes their profit. When the quantity supplied in a market is equal to the...

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• Twilight
One way to interpret this quote, which comes after Edward has revealed his true nature, and that he used to watch Bella sleep, is that he is teasing her about the "ordinary" content of normal...

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• The Outsiders
Ponyboy is basically on his own--at least free of adult supervision--whenever Darry is at work, which is most of the time since he often works a double-shift. They really don't have much choice,...

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• The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
While Jim is sleeping, Tom hangs Jim's hat on a tree branch so Jim will be confused as to how it got there. Jim is highly superstitious and develops a story of being visited by witches who rode him...

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• The Most Dangerous Game
General Zaroff, whose full name is never known, inhabits Ship-Trap Island, where he hunts "the most dangerous game": human beings. A Russian, an excellent host, and an excellent hunter, the general...

• Reference
Deflation, inflation and mass unemployment, with all the attendant social dislocation, and the whole thing spreading from country to country and affecting the entire world- yeah, it sure looks...

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• The Communist Manifesto
The Communist Manifesto was written in 1848 by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels and stands as the classic statement of the political beliefs from which the theories and assertions of communism...

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• The Historical Novel
khairul, Sir Walter Scott did not invent the form of the historical novel, as he was quick to admit, but he can be viewed as its greatest practitioner. Starting with "Waverley", Scott uses his...

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• My Last Duchess
Browning's poem is an excellent example of a dramatic monologue. It is a monologue because the entire poem consists of the words spoken by a single voice, Duke Ferrara's. It is dramatic because it...

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• Sonnet 29
You said you know the rhyme scheme of 14 lines (ABAB CDCD EFEF GG) and it's in iambic pentameter (ta DA ta DA ta DA ta DA ta DA). You will have three stanzas of four lines, followed by a...

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• Tears, Idle Tears
mandana1, Tennyson's "Tears, Idle Tears" is a brooding lyric as a classic example of poetic suggestion. The poem opens with a paradox. The speaker unexpectedly finds himself weeping when “looking...

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• The Merchant of Venice
1. Shylock does not die in Merchant. However, he does see his punishment as worse than death. When the Duke gives him his first sentence (before Antonio suggests an alternative), Shylock...

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• Reference
Post the writer's name, the subject headline (including "Re"), "Online Posting," website's name, date of posting, then cut-paste complete address. Roberts, Edgar A., Writing About Literature, 11th...

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• Math
Also, note that this number does not have what is typically referred to as "decimals". We use that term for portions of a number that are less than one. For example, the number 6 and 5 tenths...

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