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• Math
x + 4 < -7 x + 4 - 4 < -7 - 4 Subtract four from both sides x < -11 x is less than negative 11

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• Math
We'll write x1+x2=5=S(from the term Sum) and x1*x2=P (product) We'll work a bit on the expression x1^3+x2^3. x1^3+x2^3=(x1+x2)^3-3*x1*x2*(x1+x2) We'll substitute in the expression above x1+x2 and...

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• The Prisoner of Zenda
Although the main plot does not focus here, within the story line the leit motif of self-sacrifice and unrequitted love does indeed appear. True to life (more times than not), there is no easy 'boy...

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• Math
First of all, we'll verify the expression for n=1, so that E(1)=2^(7*1+3)+3^(2*1+1)*5^(4*1+1)=2^10+3^3*5^5=85399 E(1)=23*3713 so E(1) is divisible by 23. Let's suppose that for k>1,...

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• William Shakespeare
The surface meaning of the poem is about a person, presumably a man, who is in love with this other person, presumably a girl. Obviously, the speaker has strong feelings towards the subject of the...

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• The Crucible
From the beginning of the play, Rebecca Nurse has served, along with John Proctor, as a voice of reason. She sees the children's deception for what it is, though interprets it as a "harmless" thing...

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• History
There can be many approaches to this question and I think you will need to be prepared for this question to be moved into a discussion realm. You will also have to assess different answers in what...

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• The Ultimate Safari
If we look at the opening lines of the story, where the girl's mother went out to the store and went missing (Notice: "She never returned. Never."), we can begin to understand Nadine Gordimer's...

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• Richard III
"And therefore, since I cannot prove a loverTo entertain these fair well-spoken days,I am determined to prove a villainAnd hate the idle pleasures of these days."(I, i) (Shakespeare) There is no...

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• Trifles
I think an updated version of the play would have some notable inclusions that might impact plot developments. The first inclusion would be the addition of information technology. Examine the...

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• Macbeth
The opening scene allows us to see that there will be an inversion of values and something "unholy" will be taking place in what we are about to witness. The Three Witches enter and give the...

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• Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night
The first two lines are "Do not go gentle into that good night,Old age should burn and rave at close of day;" For analysis of poetic devices such as consonance and assonance, it often helps to...

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• To Kill a Mockingbird
The film version of To Kill a Mockingbird portrays this relationship between Atticus and Miss Maudie a little differently than the novel. So, be careful not to get the two confused. The film...

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• The Kite Runner
At the end of the novel when Sohrab and Amir fly the kite together, the suggestion is that Sohrab is beginning to break out of the fear, silence, grief, and shame that had caused him to withdraw...

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• A Modest Proposal
Swift's satire addresses the subject of overpopulation and the poverty that results from it. This becomes the worst problem of the moment: I think it is agreed by all parties that this prodigious...

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• Trifles
For a charcter to be round, you need to be able to identify with that character and be able to see that character as a person. Both Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters are real women. Mrs. Hale is the...

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• The Stone Angel
bram never liked John but did liked marvin.marvin was the only on who supported bram in his farming activities.he loved marvin a lot from the very first day,marvin was born.even when marvin left...

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• Science
A fun thing to consider . . . 1. The Bermuda Triangle 2. Stonehenge 3. Loch Ness 4. the great pyramids 5. Easter Island 6. Area 51 7. the catacombs of Rome 8. Hornet, Missouri (location of the...

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• The Old Man and the Sea

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• Notes on the State of Virginia
Part of what makes Fuller's piece on the Fourth of July so powerful is that it speaks the vision and dream of what America should be, and not merely be content with what is. Being a leading...

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He did not tell his parents because they most likely would disapprove. Hanna was more than twice his age; he enjoyed his relationship with her so much that he was afraid that if his parents found...

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• Stephen King
The word misogyny has been around since the 16 hundreds, It is a word that basically means the hate of women. A misogynist is a person who hates women. In the story "Stud City," Edward "Chico"...

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• The Odyssey
Odysseus' function as a narrator can be seen as tragically human. There are conditions when his account in Book IX is accurate, but there are also significant omissions from his account. Homer...

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• Lord of the Flies
At the end of Chapter 6 of "The Lord of the Flies," the boys decide that they will search for the beast in the only unexplored area of the island; after their search, they will relight the fire....

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• Slam!
The central character in the book Slam is Gregory Harris, nicknamed "Slam". He learns some hard lessons in the story, and sums up his understanding saying, "What I wished was that things would...

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• The Red Badge of Courage
The Red Badge of courage was published in 1895, thirty years after the end of the Civil War. It is very representative of the realism that dominated American literature in the late 1800's, and...

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• Frankenstein
Shelley uses the title of "the modern Prometheus" was designed to be a modern interpretation of the creation myth. Prometheus was the Greek Titan who created man and also taught him the use of...

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• Social Sciences
The idea of nation building is a method of unifying disparate and separate groups into a national consensus and pulls at creating a shared consciousness and experience. Simply put, nation building...

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• History
Thomas Paine' pamphlet, "The Crisis," was one of the reasons the colonists were convinced of the need to fight against the British. Paine, a British citizen, went against the current in his...

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• History
The primary cause of Pearl Harbor was Japanese Aggression. Japan, under Emperor Tojo, had formed alliances with the other two Axis powers, Germany and Italy. The belief was the the war in Europe...

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• Frankenstein
I think that Shelley's use of the the title, "The Modern Prometheus" was designed to be a modern interpretation of the creation myth. Prometheus was the Greek Titan who created man and also taught...

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• John Dryden
Absalom and Achitophel came out in 1681. You can now read it in The Works of John Dryden 1882. Dryden's work utilizes biblical and historical allusions, and contains allusions to political...

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• Sociology and Philosophy
Sociology helps in the process of education in several ways. One way is that sociology represents education. The study of how people and societies interact within one another and themselves is,...

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• The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Huck’s assessment of himself in the first three chapters is Twain’s humorous use of an unreliable narrator. Huck is uneducated and is only thirteen; nevertheless, the inadvertent truths that he...

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• Lord of the Flies
In "Lord of the Flies," the election of chief is pivotal to the narrative as the establishment of leader on the island foreshadows the rising action and the resulting conflicts in Golding's novel....

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• Social Sciences
If I understand the question correctly, I think you are enquiring into summer school or continuing on with schooling after a school year has ended. From a student's point of view, I think that...

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• Frankenstein
This particular sentence refers to a dominant theme in the book, and one that is seen in much of modern literature. The modern conception of tragedy rests in the appropriation of the world in...

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• Ode to the West Wind
This line occurs in the fourth stanza of the ode, where Shelley compares and contrasts the 'destroyer' west wind and the spring breeze the 'life giver.' The west wind is the 'destroyer' because it...

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• The Prisoner of Second Avenue
Neil Simon, the premiere comedic playwright, writes about life in New York City. In his play The Prisoner of Second Avenue, Simon presents an unforgettable couple---Edna and Mel Edison--- who...

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• Julius Caesar
Marc Antony, who is part of the "train" of Caesar as he victoriously enters the city of Rome in Act I, is obviously a follower of Julius Caesar. Immediatedly after the assassination, Antony...

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• Jack London
This use of figurative language can be seen in a few ways. One would be through the use of personification, assigning human qualities to a non- human entity. When "fate asks too much" from the...

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• William Shakespeare
The overall meaning of the poem is that there is a natural end to all human endeavors. This natural end could be death, or it could simply be the termination point for all that is done....

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• The Ambitious Guest
ewan bahala kau mag basa kau tapos intindihin nyo nlang!!!!!

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• Literature
Maybe coz of the reason tht most of the astrologers try to fool the ppl by tht kind of stuff.

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• Literature
A rhetorical work that certainly reflects the dignity of the speaker whose topic is the potential of war in the pursuit of peace is Patrick Henry's "Speech to the Virginia Convention." In this...

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• Science
Ohm's Law for instantaneous values is: -L*di/dt=(q/C)+R*i (1) By the time when the power is maximum i=Im, it's derivative is deleted, di/dt=0 and the relation (1) is becoming: UCo=qo/C=-R*Im, from...

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• Science
tana = 3/5. sina = 3/sqrt(3^2+5^2)= 3/sqrt34. cosa=5/sqrt34 sin2a=2sinacosa=2*3*5/34 =30/34. cos2A= 2cos^2a-1=2*5^2/34 -1 = 16/34 cot80*ctg20*ctg40=tan10*cot20*tam50 as ctg theta=tan(90-theta)....

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• Science
Let ABCD be the vertices of the rectangle. Let M be any point in the rectangle. Construction: Draw a perpendicular from M to AB and CD. Let it meet AB at x and CD at x'. Now, since XX' is...

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• Science
Let the position vectors of the A,B,C,D be a,b,c,d respectively. Then by vector theory we have: AB=b-a, CD=d-c , AC=c-a ,BD=d-b, AD ==d-a and BC= c-b Threfore, x=AB*CD+AC*BD+AD*BC...

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• Frankenstein
Sometimes, the person who undertakes a quest gains knowledge that does not always result in a better understanding of consciousness. For example, Oedipus learns much of himself on his quest, but...

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