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• History
According to Dog Whistle Politics: How Coded Racial Appeals Have Reinvented Racism and Wrecked the Middle Class, George H.W. Bush originally rejected the idea of using race in his 1988 presidential...

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• Math
Gabriel's Horn is made by revolving the function `f(x)=1/x` about the x-axis, with the domain `1lt= x` . The volume can be found by slicing the horn up into infinitesimal circles of radius `f(x)`...

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• Boys and Girls
In completing this assignment, you should start with an introduction that focuses on this theme as part of the rise of individualism. You should make the point that as a literary, philosophical,...

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• One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
One important quotation from the novel is: “If you don't watch it people will force you one way or the other, into doing what they think you should do, or into just being mule-stubborn and doing...

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• Math
The volume underneath a surface `S(x,y)` can be calculated by `V=int int S(x,y) dA` Where the bounds of integration are the area under the curve. Therefore, `V= int int_A z(x,y) dA` `V=int_1^2...

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• Reference
John Locke provides his definition of knowledge in An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, written in the late seventeenth century. Locke believed knowledge is obtained the moment you perceive...

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• C. S. Lewis
Clive Staples Lewis was born in 1898 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He was a former atheist who became a Christian apologist. One of the great thinkers of our time, he died just before his 65th...

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• The Odyssey
One interesting paper topic would be Homer's portrayal of father-son relationships, concentrating on the relationship between Telemachus and Odysseus. When the epic starts, Telemachus has never met...

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• When the Sleeper Wakes
Winston (1984) and Graham (When The Sleeper Wakes) are both idealized figures in the respective novels. Both men are avowed revolutionaries, and both rebel because of their conscientious natures....

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• Math
For 95% confidence interval we can calculate the true proportion as; `P = barp+-1.96sqrt((barp(1-barp))/n)` Where; P = true proportion of perry como fans `barp` = Observed proportion of perry como...

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• History
Pollack explores the myths that govern boys and, by extension, men in America and argues that there is a gender crisis in our country. Pollack believes that the society as a whole still endorses...

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• Poetry
Death is a topic for many a poet and the individual's approach to this topic ranges from flirtation to metaphysical contemplation to fear and even rebuke. Here are some suggestions. One way to make...

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• Math
Part (a) Yes, the covariance and correlation coefficient between two variables will always have the same sign. This is easily seen from the definition of correlation coefficient. Let `X` and `Y` be...

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• Poetry
Lyric poetry has three academically recognized features that are usually stated as emotion, imagination and melody. Friends, behold!In a sacred mannerI have been influencedAt the gathering of the...

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• History
Believers in Stoicism, a philosophy that developed in ancient Athens, believed that by living a virtuous life, people could achieve happiness. Adherents of this doctrine believed that virtue is...

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• History
The Children's March was an African-American youth protest against segregation; it occurred during the first week of May in 1963 and began on May 2. Many of the participating youth were still...

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• Sundiata
Sundiata has many of the characteristics we encounter in other heroes of oral epic. First, he is of noble birth and is a character greater and more powerful than ordinary humans. Before he is born,...

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• Lazarillo de Tormes
Born to impoverished parents and bereaved of his father at a tender age, Lazarillo learns that life is a hard taskmaster. However, he also learns that he can thrive by manipulating human frailties...

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• Going After Cacciato
The narrative structure of Chapter 24, "Calling Home," involves four soldiers in Vietnam--Eddie, Doc, Oscar, and finally Paul Berlin--going into a soundproof booth one by one to speak by radio...

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• History
The Freedom Summer, also referred to as the Mississippi Freedom Project, took place in the summer of 1964, when civil rights groups such as the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and SNCC (Student...

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• History
Brown v. Board of Education was a landmark case in United States history as it arguably launched the civil rights movement. The Little Rock Nine were the first black students to enact this ruling...

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• History
Emmett Louis Till was a 14-year-old African-American teenager from Chicago who was brutally murdered in Money, Mississippi, in August of 1955 when visiting relatives in the segregated south. Till...

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• Science
The force on block 1 from the first spring is `F_1=-k_1x` Where `x` is the position to the right of the equilibrium position. Let y be the distance to the right of block 2's equilibrium position....

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• History
The English Bill of Rights was enacted in 1689 after the overthrow of Charles the II, in what is known as "The Glorious Revolution." Charles the II alienated nearly everyone in England at the time...

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• Math
A company manufactures headphones for \$35. They want to make a profit of 24%, so they want to know how much they should charge for the headphones. One way to approach this problem is to reason...

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• Math
A fourth order taylor polynomial `p_4(x)` about `x_0=0` has the form `p_4(x)=y(x_0)+y'(x_0)x+(y''(x_0))/(2!)x^2+(y'''(x_0)) /(3!)x^3+(y^((4))(x_0))/(4!) x^4` We need the values `y(0)` , `y'(0)` ,...

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• Math
The formula for the Taylor polynomial of degree `n` centered at `x_0` , approximating a function `f(x)` possessing `n` derivatives at `x_0` , is given by...

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• Math
Solve `int 8/(16-x^2)dx` Factor the denominator and pull the `8` outside the integral. `=8int 1/((4-x)(x+4))dx` Preform partial fraction decomposition on `1/((4-x)(x+4))` ....

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• The Heptameron
Basically, a frame narrative or story is defined as a story within a story. In Margaret de Navarre's The Heptameron, frame narratives highlight God's providence and man's reliance on divine care....

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• Reference
Remember that eNotes policy allows for only one question per post (or two, if they are short). With that in mind, I will answer three out of the five questions. a) What it is the opportunity cost...

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• Wuthering Heights
The first thing you will need to do to create work on the postgraduate level is to sort out some factual details. The Gothic period was the late eighteenth century. Wuthering Heights, although...

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• Lanark
The first issue you have here is that your essay needs to have a coherent point. Night Waking is a novel about parenting, told from a mother's perspective. Lanark is really not about parenting and...

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• Reference
The purpose of the FTC, according to their website, is to "protect consumers and promote competition." The Bureau of Consumer Protection enforces Congressional and FTC rules about competition to...

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• Law and Politics
The article proposes that proportionality reviews are crucial in efforts to correctly interpret the Cruel and Unusual Punishments Clause. Additionally, proportionality highlights a retributive...

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• Kubla Khan
Coleridge's poem expresses a very dreamy, imaginative vision that is characteristic of the Romantic emphasis on individualism and the importance of one person's unique perceptions. Coleridge...

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• Economics
In 1993, the single market became a reality for twelve member countries: Italy, Germany, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Greece, Belgium, Denmark, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and...

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Process strategy involves figuring out the most efficient way to produce a good or deliver a service so that processes do not need to be outsourced and so that quality assurance is maximized. There...

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There are three primary motivations for developing a business model that includes the delivery of high quality goods and services: market reputation, customer loyalty and retention, and customer...

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• Frankenstein
Both the DeLacey and the Frankenstein families are close, loving families, although Felix and Agatha are much more devoted to their father and each other than is Victor Frankenstein to his family....

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• Reference
The informal economy is economic activity that is not taxed or monitored by the government. Students in a university or college setting often establish networks related to the informal economy with...

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• A Rose for Emily
Miss Emily Grierson is in conflict with her family history, her culture, and time. Family history In the exposition of Faulkner's haunting story, Miss Emily is introduced as a "fallen monument"...

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• Lysistrata
The first thing you need to do in order to complete this assignment successfully is to think about the major ideas of Aristophanes's Lysistrata. Although some modern critics think about the play in...

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• History
Carlos Bulosan, a Filipino poet born in 1913, writes about his early years growing up in the Philippines in his 1946 memoir America is in the Heart. He writes of the time right after World War I:...

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• Poetry
There is no doubt that people are often the products of their age, and poets such as those mentioned certainly exhibit characteristics of the literary movement in which they lived or about which...

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• Literature
Scanning poetry means that a person is marking out the rhythm and meter of a particular poem or line within a poem. Most poets try to follow a repetition of stressed and unstressed syllables within...

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• Reference
Karl Mannheim (1893-1947) was very critical of positivism because he thought it provided no room for theory and ignored the role of interpretation and understanding by concentrating only on...

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• Reference
Veblen believed the leisure class was made of people who did not need to do industrial work and who had types of occupations that were of higher status. He wrote in The Theory of the Leisure Class:...

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• Psychology
1. What objections did Mead have to behaviorism? George Herbert Mead objected to the behaviorist theories of John Watson, who held that only observable behavior could be studied. Watson held that...

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• Criminal Justice
The author of this book, Petherick, states that the signature of a crime is different from the M.O., or modus operandi of a crime. The M.O. refers to the behaviors needed to carry out the crime. On...

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