# Discuss the details of the meadow and its inclusion in “The Shawl” by Cynthia Ozick.

**THE SHAWL**

**Discuss the details of the meadow and its inclusion in “The Shawl” by Cynthia Ozick.**

“The Shawl” by Cynthia Ozick imparts insight into the lives of three Polish Jews who try to survive in a concentration camp during World War II. The story is told in third person point-of-view…

1 educator answer

**MOCKINGJAY**

**What one object would symbolize the protaganist, antagonist, the setting, the major conflict, and…**

Perhaps the central symbol of Mockingjay is the mockingjay itself. A symbol is a thing that represents something else. In Collins’s dystopian future, scientists are able to splice genes in order to…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Calculate the diagonal of a rectangle if the base is 14 less than the height and the diagonal is…**

let the base be (B) and the height be (H) , and the diagonal be (D) given B = H – 14 ……….(1) and D = 2H – 22 ……..(2) But we know that: D^2 = H^2 + B^2 ==> D =sqrt (B^2 +H^2) Now…

1 educator answer

**THE ROAD NOT TAKEN**

**I need an explanation for this poem: ”The Road Not Taken,” with a resource.From a book,…**

For sources concerning Frost’s “The Road Not Taken,” you can see the page on enotes that I will leave as a reference below. That article is a source itself, and it includes a list of books which…

1 educator answer

**PHYSICS**

**If there are two resistors r1 and r2 in a parallel circuit. r2 is 15 ohms greater than r1 and R=4…**

If 2 resisters R1 and R2 ohms are connected in parallel, then the resulting resistance R of the circuit is given by the relation: 1/R = 1/R1 +1/R2 ….(1) Inthe given situation, R2 = 15+R1 ohms….

**LORD OF THE FLIES**

**I need a couple of things that Ralph symbolizes in Lord of the Flies.(I am making a poster, and…**

In William Golding’s allegory, Lord of the Flies, Ralph is life’s golden boy, his Adam, who discovers the Garden of Eve on the island: Here at last was the imagined but never fully realized place…

1 educator answer

**LAW AND POLITICS**

I would say that there are two purposes for bail — one that is meant to be of help to the defendant and one that is meant to help the state. When a person is charged with a crime, he or she may be…

1 educator answer

**BLACK BEAUTY**

**Suggest one hands-on activity plan (easy language arts) for Black Beauty that reflects critical…**

One of the important devices Sewell uses in this book is writing in first person…or should I say first “horse?” Narrative point of view in fiction is a key concept that you can help your…

2 educator answers

**ESSAY LAB**

**I’m writing a paper and I’m having trouble determining the correct word to use. Which sentence is…**

The first one is correct. It has an Inverted Subject: the subject follows the verb because there is never a Subject. In subject-verb agreement issues, be sure not to get confused by a prepositional…

1 educator answer

**POETRY**

**Expain one simile in the poem “Time” by Allen Curnow in full details.”time” by Allen Curnow**

The entirety of the poem demonstrates great attention to the idea of metaphor, so it is difficult to locate the lone simile. It lies within these lines: I, Time, am all these, yet these existAmong…

1 educator answer

**POETRY**

**Explain one example of personification in the poem “Time” by Allen Curnow.**

I, Time, call down, condense, confer,On the willing memory the shapes these were: Personification is defined as giving a non-human object or idea human characteristics, qualities or abilities….

1 educator answer

**POETRY**

**Explain the theme of the poem “Time” in full detail.”Time” by Allen Curnow**

It would seem that using time as your theme might be too simple, but, it is definitely a theme. To maybe specify time more clearly, you could use the perseverence of time. Sometimes when we…

1 educator answer

**REFERENCE**

**How does the single-gender classroom affect students, and what kinds of benefit dose it have?How…**

According to studies by Cambridge University, UK and Stetson University of Florida, which are reported by the National Association for Single Sex Public Education (NASSPE), single-gender classrooms…

3 educator answers

**MATH**

**The base of a rectangle is three less than twice the height. Determine the dimensions of the…**

Let the dimensions be b and h We know that the base (b) is 3 less than twice the height: ==> b = 2h – 3 ……..(1) But the area (A) = 135 ==> b*h = 135……..(2) Now substitute b : ==>…

1 educator answer

**THE LADY OR THE TIGER?**

**How is jealousy a pervasive theme in ”The Lady or the Tiger?”?**

Clearly the central situation of the story leads itself to the discussion of jealousy as a major theme. The beautiful princess of the story has to decide whether to allow her lover to gain his life…

1 educator answer

**THE MERCHANT OF VENICE**

**How is the idea of risk taking evolved throughout the Merchant of Venice?**

The fact that the “merry sport” part of the loan negotiation was not included in the bond might suggest the importance of including all pertinent details in writing when conducting business or…

**BLACK BEAUTY**

**What’s your evaluation (opinion) of the book Black Beauty?**

In my opinion, Black Beauty is a wonderful piece of literature. While many examples of “classic” literature are difficult for young readers to decipher, this novel is not. This particular book is…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**The difference of two positive integers is 9 and the difference of their squares is 189. What is…**

let both integerts be n and m ==> n – m = 9 ……..(1) The difference of their square is 189 ==> n^2 – m^2 = 189 We knoiw that n^2 – m^2 = (n-m)(n+m) ==> (n-m)(n+m) = 189 but n-m = 0…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Points (6, -2) and (a, 6) are on the line with a slope of 4/3. What is the value of a ?**

given, A(6,-2) and (a, 6) where the slope m = 4/3 We know that the fomula for the slope is: m = (yB-yA)/(xB-xA) ==> 4/3 = (6–2)/(a-6) ==> 4/3 = 8/ (a-6) ==> coross multiply: ==>…

1 educator answer

**H. LAWRENCE**

**What is the tone of the poem “I am like a rose” by D. H. Lawrence? (with references from the poem)**

The tone of “I am Like a Rose” by D.H. Lawrence is pretty hard to miss, it seems to me. Here the speaker of the poem is comparing himself to a rose–and the rose suffers by comparison. In…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**The sum of two numbers is 53. Three times the smaller number is equal to 19 more thhan the larger…**

We can set up two equations to help us find the two numbers. First, because the two numbers add up to 53, we can say x + y = 53 Next, if x is the smaller number, we can say that 3x = y + 19 Now, we…

2 educator answers

**MATH**

**Solve for x: 169^x + 13^x = 79**

169^x + 13^x = 79 Let us move 79 to the left side: ==> 169^x + 13^x – 79 = 0 Now let us rewrite 169 = 13^2 ==> (13^2)^x + 13^x – 79 = 0 ==> (13^x)^2 + 13x – 79 = 0 Let y = 13^x : ==>…

1 educator answer

**LAW AND POLITICS**

**Describe the major issue positions of Democrats and Republicans in Texas.Describe the major issue…**

In general, Texas is a socially and politically conservative state that consistently votes for Republicans at the national and statewide level. Politics within Texas, however, are a bit more…

3 educator answers

**MATH**

**Prove that the point (0;25) is on the line y=x+25.**

y= x+ 25 if the point (0, 25 ) is on the line, then the point should verify the equation . Let us substitute y = x + 25 25 = 0 + 25 25 = 25 The point verifies the equation of the line: Then, (0,…

1 educator answer

**MATH**

**Which is the value of x if 3x + 15 > x + 17 ?**

3x + 15 > x + 17 Subtract 15 from both sides to get all the numbers isolated on one side of the equation. 3x > x + 2 Now subtract x from both sides so that only one of the sides has any x…

2 educator answers

**THE SCARLET LETTER**

**How might Hester’s life have turned out differently if Pearl had not been born?In Chapter 13,…**

Assuming everything else, including her relationship with the baby’s father, were the same, the one exception being the birth of Pearl, it is likely that Hester’s life would have turned out much…

2 educator answers

**HOW MUCH LAND DOES A MAN NEED?**

**What is the theme of “How Much Land Does a Man Need”?**

One overriding theme can be found in Tolstoy’s short story “How Much Land Does a Man Need?” One must learn to be content with what one has without getting too greedy and grasping. Pahom is a man…

3 educator answers

**MACBETH**

**How does the suffering brought upon others by Macbeth contribute to the tragic vision of the work…**

In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, the tragic protagonist’s ambition and hubris (acting above his station in life) cause Macbeth to inflict harm on others. That harm is the direct result of Macbeth’s…

3 educator answers

**ODE TO THE WEST WIND**

**Compare Shelley’s “Ode to the West Wind” with Pope’s “Ode on Solitude” by examining the chief…**

A comparison of Shelley’s “Ode to the West Wind” and Pope’s “Ode on Solitude” reveals some of the chief characteristics of the ode, including its possibilities for variability. The ode is a form of…

1 educator answer

**TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD**

**How does Harper Lee portray the relationship of Scout and Calpurnia here in To Kill a…**

Calpurnia was the hired housekeeper in the Finch family. Not only does she take care of the house, but she becomes somewhat of a motherly figure, filling in for Atticus’s deceased wife. While he is…

1 educator answer

**FAHRENHEIT 451**

**In Fahrenheit 451, is the society to blame for where they are now?**

I would say that the society of the time of the book is partly responsible for where they are now. The society of earlier days (when you sort of add all the earlier days together) is more…

1 educator answer

**HISTORY**

**Why was the Creel Committee created?**

The Creel Committee, also known as the CPI or Committee on Public Information, was created by President Woodrow Wilson in April of 1917, just one week after the US had entered the war. The main…

1 educator answer

**THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER**

**How can I portray a character in The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter?**

Characterization (the portraying of a character) is accomplished in one of six ways: 1. the character’s actions 2. the character’s words 3. the character’s thoughts 4. the physical description (…

1 educator answer

**LAW AND POLITICS**

**I have to write an essay about criminal justice. I need help with an introduction/ body paragraph…**

I will be more than happy to help you! I would like to know the topic of the paper as well as if the paper is being written in APA format or MLA format.

**BHARATA MUNI**

**Discuss the important features of Bharata Natyam.**

I don’t think that you can go very far without discussing the importance of the Bharata Natyam. The idea of the classical dance as having divine origins is probably one of the greatest…

1 educator answer

**THE TEMPEST**

**What is the part played by magic in The Tempest?**

In Shakespeare’s The Tempest, the part that most clearly represents the magical realm of the island is Ariel. Ariel is a sprite who, before the setting of the play, had been imprisoned in a tree…

1 educator answer

**ROMEO AND JULIET**

**I have to write an essay on “Too rash, too unadvised, too sudden.” is she right? (Romeo and…**

In a word, the events of the play suggest that Juliet is right. Their love is moving at a fast and furious pace which builds until Romeo finds himself the murderer of Tybalt without really meaning…

4 educator answers

**SCIENCE**

**On rare occasions, a baby is born who lacks the ability to form active white blood cells. How…**

If a baby is born without the ability to produce white blood cells its body will be extremely vulnerable as it will not be able to fight external pathogens. The baby can be kept in a sterile…

**MATH**

**Evaluate the value of the expression (i^97+i^95)/i^96=?**

We know that sqrt (-1) = i or i^2 = -1. Also i^4 = (-1)^2 = 1. Now we have to find the value of (i^97+ i^95) / i^96 (i^97 + i^95) / i^96 dividing each term of the numerator by the denominator =>…

**MATH**

**Two angles measuring p and q are complementary . If 3p-2q=40 calculate the measure of smaller angle.**

Since p and q are complementary, p+q = 90….(1) Also given 3p-2q = 40…(2) 2*(1)+ (2) gives: 2(p+q) +3p-2q = 2*90+40 = 220 2p+2q+3p-2q = 220 5p = 220. p = 220/5 = 44deg q = 90 -44 = 46 deg. The…

**MATH**

**If two positive numbers are such that the sum of their squares is 49 and the difference of their…**

Let the two numbers be x and y. Then the sum of x^2+y^2 = 49 and x^2-y^2 = 23 Therefore (x^2+y^2)(+(x^2-y^2) = 49+23 = 72 2x^2 = 72. x^2 = 36 x = 6. or -6Therefore the other number is given by…

**MATH**

**Four consecutive odd integers have the sum of 64. Which are the integers .**

An odd integer is of the form 2m+1. So we assume that 2m-3 , 2m-1 , 2m+1 and 2m+3 are the 4 consecutive odd numbers and their sum = 2m-3+2m-1+2m+1 +2m+3 = 8m which should be 64 as given: 8m =…

**MATH**

**There are two numbers whose sum is fifty. Three time the first is five more then twice the second…**

According to the problem there are two numbers with a sum of 50 and three times the first number is 5 more than twice the second. To find the two numbers let the us assume the first number is X. As…

**MATH**

**The angles of a triangle are in arithmetic progression. Prove that the triangle has the angle of…**

Since the angles are in arith metic progression. So the angles are a ,(a+d) and (a+2d). Then sum of the angles: a+a+d+a+2d = 3a +3d which should be 180 degree in atriangle. Therefore 3(a+d) =…

**MATH**

**calculate the sum of the terms of series 3,5,7,…,2003**

To find the sum 3+5+7+9+……+2003. The starting term is a1 = 3. The succesive term has the common difference d = 5-3 = 7=5 = 9-7 =2. The last term an = 2003. Therefore the number of terms n =…

**WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE**

**Compare Shakespeare and Wordsworth as poets of nature.Compare Shakespeare and Wordsworth as poets…**

I think that both used nature as a critical part of their poetry. Shakespeare seemed to use nature as a metaphor, a way to articulate artistic themes or ideas. For example, in discussing love…

2 educator answers

**MATH**

**Given that sin a = 3/5, cos b = 24/25. a is in (0,90) and b is in (180, 270 ). Calculate sin ( a…**

Here we need to find sin (a+b) and sin (a-b). We are given sin a = 3/5 and cos b = 24/25 Now we know that: sin (a+b) = sin a*cos b + sin b*cos a sin (a-b) = sin a*cos b – sin b*cos a Also as a is…

**MATH**

**Verify the identity cos29 * cos1 – sin29 * sin1 = cos 28 * cos 2 + sin 28 * sin 2.**

To verify cos29 * cos1 – sin29 * sin1 = cos 28 * cos 2 + sin 28 * sin 2. Solution: We know that cosacosb – sinasinb = cos(a+b). Applying this to Left side of the equation, we get : cos29cos 1…

**MATH**

**Simplify [(6x^2*y^2)/(9x^2-9y^2)]/[(18x^2*y^3/(3x-3y)]**

To simplify [(6x^2*y^2)/(9x^2-9y^2)]/[(18x^2*y^3/(3x-3y)] Solution: 9x^2–9y^2 = 9(x^2-y^2) = 9 (x-y)(x+y) 3x-3y = 3(x-y). Therefore the given expression could re writtens as:…

**MATH**

**Calculate cos31*cos1 + sin31*sin1.**

The given expression we have to find the value of is cos31*cos1 + sin31*sin1. Now we know that cos (a-b)= cos a*cos b + sin a*sin b. Now here we have the expression of the same form with a replaced…