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    What does privileged privacy mean?

    • SCIENCE

    How do I determine momentum using mass and velocity? Please someone help me, I’m failing this… 1 image

    The momentum of an object is the product of its mass and velocity. Thus, as the example shows, the momentum of a bird of mass 0.04 kg and a velocity of 19 m/s is given as: Momentum = 0.04 x 19 =…

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    • SOCIAL SCIENCES

    What does privileged privacy mean?

    In relation to research, privilege and privacy are connected to ethical considerations in the research process. In social or behavioral research, privacy is related to the handling of information…

    • RAYMOND’S RUN

    Who challenges Squeaky? How does she respond?

    In “Raymond’s Run” by Toni Cade Bambara, the main person who challenges Squeaky is Gretchen, a girl who is around the same age as Squeaky and is a runner as well. Gretchen challenges Squeaky by…

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    • LITERATURE

    Which of Perseus’ adventures would make the best action-adventure movie? Why?

    I have to say his beheading of Medusa. (Of course, Clash of the Titans is about pretty much the same thing). Not only does the myth include multiple stages of the quest, it has everything a good…

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    • OF MICE AND MEN

    Describe Curley and his wife in Of Mice and Men. What do their actions tell you about each of them?

    Curley and his wife have a very turbulent relationship in Of Mice and Men. Curley is possessive regarding his wife. He shows this in chapter 2, when he is repeatedly asking if anyone knows where…

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    • BUD, NOT BUDDY

    What is the date of opening night from Bud’s flyer in Bud, Not Buddy?

    This detail is mentioned only once in Bud, Not Buddy and can be found in the first chapter of the novel. The answer to your question is that the opening night was June 16, 1932. The full sentence…

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    • THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

    Compare the discussion between Whitney and Rainsford and the after dinner conversation between…

    This is a great request. In Rainsford’s conversation with his friend, Whitney, Rainsford says that there are only two classes in the world – the hunted and the huntee. Rainsford does not…

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    • ANIMAL FARM

    What things does a society need in order for it to be successful and have happy citizens? Based…

    One criteria that is a necessary condition for a happy and successful society is a suitable living space. A landscape with a decent climate, fertile soil, plentiful food supply, and a source of…

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    • THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

    What are some examples of how Holden’s character develops in the first ten chapters of The…

    In the first ten chapters of The Catcher in the Rye, Holden has left Pencey Prep and is out in New York City trying to find a place where he fits in. At the end of Chapter 10, Holden is just…

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    • SCIENCE

    The atomic number of an element tells you the number of what?

    The atomic number of an element tells us how many protons are within the nucleus of that element. The number of protons and electrons are the same for a neutrally charged species. The number of…

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    • THERE WILL COME SOFT RAINS

    What is the definition of personification, and what is one example of personification from the…

    Personification is the act of attributing the qualities of a human to something that normally does not have those qualities. Inanimate objects are frequently personified as a means of revealing…

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    • SCIENCE

    What is an ion?

    The atomic structure is such that the protons and neutrons are housed within the central nucleus of an atom. The electrons are located in either an orbit or cloud that surrounds this dense, central…

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    • NIGHT

    What does Elie see with his own eyes in Night?

    Part of the sadness and power of the book Night is that Elie sees everything with his own eyes. What makes things even sadder is that he sees everything with very young eyes. Innocence is…

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    • THE SCARLET LETTER

    The Scarlet Letter Dimmesdale tells Hester in Ch. 19 that Pearl has been kind to him two times…

    The first time Pearl and Dimmesdale “met” is when Hester was brought before the entire town to face her punishment. She stands on the scaffold with only her baby, listening to the townspeople…

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    • THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM

    How are the walls designed to force the narrator into the pit?

    The walls of the narrator’s prison are not attached to the floor or ceiling. That means that the walls themselves can move independently from the rest of the room. It proceeded from a fissure,…

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    • THE LOTTERY

    What are the conflicts in the short story “The Lottery”?

    There are a number of conflicts within the short story, “The Lottery.” First, there is the conflict among villages. Some villages have stopped the lottery. This particular village is more…

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    • ROMEO AND JULIET

    In what ways is Romeo in love with Juliet in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet?

    In Shakespeare’s poignant tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Romeo is at first impulsively infatuated with Juliet, then he becomes passionately in love, and, finally, he is unselfishly in love with…

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    • THE COLD EQUATIONS

    What are the cold equations referred to in Tom Godwin’s short story “The Cold Equations”?

    There are two “cold” equations used and referred to in Tom Godwin’s short story “The Cold Equations.” The first is the equation used to calculate the exact amount of fuel needed for an Emergency…

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    • SCIENCE

    What is the molecular shape of GaBr3?

    Molecular shape (or geometry) is the three-dimensional arrangement of the atoms that make up a molecule. The molecular shape of a molecule may determine the molecule’s polarity, reactivity, phase…

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    • HISTORY

    How did the Gulf War affect music in the 1990s?

    The Gulf War’s influence on music is linked to the Vietnam War. The devastated morale at the close of Vietnam led many young people growing up in the 1970s and 80s to hear horror stories of…

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    • SHOOTING AN ELEPHANT

    What is “betel juice?” How was it used in the story, “Shooting an Elephant?”

    Betel juice, also called betel nut juice, is the juice that is produced when a person chews betel nut. Many people in Asia (mainly Southeast Asia) chew betel nut, as do many people in parts of…

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    • SCIENCE

    If you were dying of radiation poisoning and cancer, would you still need to have chemotherapy,…

    Radiation and chemotherapy are both aggressive yet acceptable treatments for many forms of cancer. Some cancer patients receive both forms of treatment, but not usually at the same time, because…

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    • SCIENCE

    The actual mechanical advantage of a pulley is 2. The pulley has 3 supporting strings. What is…

    Hello. The efficiency of a simple machine can be expressed as the ratio of the actual mechanical advantage divided by the theoretical mechanical advantage. You were given the actual mechanical…

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    • ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES & SOCIETY

    Are there any examples of unnecessary damage made to the environment by native groups of the past?

    Environmental degradation started quite early in human history and there are numerous examples from across the globe. One of the most dramatic examples was the deforestation of Easter Island by…

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    • SCIENCE

    How is the model of an atom like an atom and how is it different? Also, what are the limitations…

    There have been several different atomic models over time. JJ Thompson suggested the “plum pudding” atomic model. He imagined the atomic structure to be similar to a positively charged plum pudding…

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    • AFTER TWENTY YEARS

    What are some examples of situational irony in “After Twenty Years?”

    The main situational irony in “After Twenty Years” involves the fact that Bob is waiting for Jimmy and doesn’t realize he is actually talking to him. Then when Jimmy leaves, Bob thinks Jimmy didn’t…

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    • LAW AND POLITICS

    In California, the proposition that established the amount of tax paid on a person’s home wasA….

    The correct answer to this question is Option B. None of the other options is about the amount of tax paid on homes. In addition, Prop 13 is famous for having limited property taxes in…

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    • HISTORY

    How were the Scots defeated at the battle of Falkirk? Does the source adequately describe the… 1 image

    The source is far too brief to tell an accurate account of the rout of the Scots at Falkirk. This is due to insufficient description of the historical terms and the strategy of both sides in the…

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    • THE CRUCIBLE

    In The Crucible Act II, what does the biblical allusion to Moses and the parting of the Red Sea… 1 image

    The biblical allusion given in the play is: “Abigail brings the other girls into the court, and where she walks the crowd will part like the sea for Israel.” The explanation of the allusion is…

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    • A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND

    What happens to the grandmother in “A Good Man Is Hard to Find”?

    The grandmother encounters the man she has read about, the Misfit; faced with death with him, she recognizes herself as a sinner like him, and she receives grace as she dies. The self-righteous…

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    • SCIENCE

    What could be two sources of error in my lab about the law of conservation of mass and popcorn…

    When popcorn is heated until it pops using hot-air popping, the mass of the resulting popcorn should be less than the mass of the kernels before they are popped. This is due to the reason the…

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    • LAW AND POLITICS

    California spends most of its annual budget on: A. education and health and human services B….

    The best answer to this question is Option A. As you can see in the chart that is in the link below, the majority of California’s state government spending goes to providing health, education,…

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    • LAW AND POLITICS

    The value of explicit rules in bureaucratic institutions is that theyA. facilitate individually…

    The correct answer to this question is Option D. One tip for you on questions like this is that you should look to see if many of the options all say essentially the same thing. In this case, all…

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    • THE BALLAD OF THE SAD CAFÉ

    Why did Carson McCuller write the book called The Ballad of the Sad Cafe?

    The Ballad of the Sad Cafe explores themes which include gender roles, love, loneliness and isolation. These emotions and themes reflect events in the author’s life. That is, the book has…

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    • AMONG THE HIDDEN

    Is it considered fair that Luke’s parents did not inform him that it is illegal for them to have…

    The answer to this question would depend on the point of view of the person being asked. Different characters in the story would consider this question differently. Eventually in the story Luke…

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    • LAW AND POLITICS

    Regulation is a policy that encourages or discourages certain behaviors by imposing a…

    This statement is true. Regulation does consist of legally-binding rules that are meant to affect people’s behavior. Regulations are legally-binding rules that tell people what they must or…

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    • SCIENCE

    A spring-loaded gun, fired vertically, shoots a marble 9.0 m straight up in the air. What is the… 1 image

    Hello! Because nothing is specified, I suppose that the vertical shot is made (formally) from the height 0. Also we’ll ignore air resistance. Then the height of the marble during the first shot is…

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    • LAW AND POLITICS

    A government shutdown is often the result of disagreement betweenA. the president and CongressB….

    Either Option A or Option B could be correct. In our current situation, Option A is the better answer, but that could be different in the future. Right now both houses of Congress are controlled…

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    • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

    In To Kill a Mockingbird, why does Aunt Alexandra come to stay with the Finches? What is she like?

    When Aunt Alexandra first arrives at the Finch house, Scout thinks she is there for a short visit. She quickly finds out that her aunt’s stay will be much longer than that. Aunt Alexandra explains…

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    • BUSINESS

    Is it ethical for the law to impose liability retroactively?

    On eNotes, we request that you ask one question per post. Therefore, I will answer your first question. In my view, it is not ethical to impose liability retroactively. People need to be held…

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    • SCIENCE

    If potatoes were grown in space would they taste the same and would Mcdonald’s still flourish on…

    I doubt that the potatoes would taste exactly the same as Earth potatoes. Even potatoes grown in different regions of Earth taste differently. That has to do with soil composition (minerals and…

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    • RELIGION

    What or when is Lambeth’s Eve?

    The Arch Bishop of Canterbury lived in Lambeth’s Palace. The grounds overlooked the Thames River in London. The buildings experienced decay and destruction through civil war, and the world wars….

    • SOCIAL SCIENCES

    Why is Ghana an LEDC?

    Ghana is a less economically developed country (LEDC) because it fits the criteria that are used to identify such countries. Specifically, it is relatively poor and it also has bad scores on other…

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    • SCIENCE

    How do watersheds influence the chemistry of the stream flowing through it?

    A watershed is an area of land that, when it rains, has water that runs across it’s surface on it’s way to a stream. Whatever is on that land can be swept up in the surface runoff of the water….

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    • LITERATURE

    Identify the figure of speech in the following statement: “thy mind is a very opal.”

    There are two primary figures of speech which are used to compare one entity to another. One of them is called “simile”; the other is called “metaphor.” A simile normally uses the word “as” or…

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    • SCIENCE

    What is the mass of 724 ml of water?

    Mass and volume of a substance are related by a material property known as the density. The density of an object is the ratio of its mass to volume. Mathematically, density = mass/volume The…

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    • THE OPEN WINDOW

    In the story “The Open Window,” how is Framton described?

    The character of Framton Nuttel is characterized, directly and indirectly, as a man who was frazzled by a nervous condition from which he has not entirely recovered. He doubted more than ever…

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    • SCIENCE

    What happens to the volume of an object when it is heated?

    All substances expand when heated, that is, the volume of a substance will increase when it is heated. This happens because of the motion of molecules making up the material. When the material is…

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    • CHINUA ACHEBE

    What kind of man is Okeke in the short story “Marriage Is a Private Affair”?

    Okeke is Nnaemeka’s father who disapproves of his son marrying Nene. Okeke is a religious man who follows a strict interpretation of the Bible. Achebe writes that Okeke routinely reads the…

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    • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

    How does Harper Lee present the character of Atticus?

    Lee presents Atticus as a humble, wise, thoughtful man. He raises two children on his own (with Calpurnia’s help) and teaches them the ways of the world as if he were teaching adults. Atticus is…

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