• Copyright Law Questions and Opinion?

    How do the different legal protections for copyrights and moral rights relate to the different theories underlying intellectual property protection? In what ways are both copyrights and moral rights geared toward protecting artists and creators, rather than film or other producers? In your opinion, do these protections help to counteract the... show more
    How do the different legal protections for copyrights and moral rights relate to the different theories underlying intellectual property protection? In what ways are both copyrights and moral rights geared toward protecting artists and creators, rather than film or other producers? In your opinion, do these protections help to counteract the potential imbalances in contractual bargaining power between producers and creators?
    2 answers · Law & Ethics · 7 years ago
  • Questions about Copyright Law?

    Discuss the differences between copyright and moral right protections. Describe the interests or incentives that each serves to protect (eg. financial vs. reputational interests, etc.), and give some specific examples (eg. statute provisions) of how these particular interests are protected.
    Discuss the differences between copyright and moral right protections. Describe the interests or incentives that each serves to protect (eg. financial vs. reputational interests, etc.), and give some specific examples (eg. statute provisions) of how these particular interests are protected.
    1 answer · Law & Ethics · 7 years ago
  • Introduction to Calculus Derivative Question?

    a) F(x) = integral with x^2 (upper) and 0 (lower) of sq. rt. (2 + t) dt b) G(x) = integral with e^x (upper) and 1 (lower) of ln(t) dt
    a) F(x) = integral with x^2 (upper) and 0 (lower) of sq. rt. (2 + t) dt b) G(x) = integral with e^x (upper) and 1 (lower) of ln(t) dt
    1 answer · Mathematics · 7 years ago
  • Calculus Initial Value Problem?

    Solve the following initial value problem. dy/dt = sin(pi t) + t, with y(0) = 2
    Solve the following initial value problem. dy/dt = sin(pi t) + t, with y(0) = 2
    2 answers · Mathematics · 7 years ago
  • Introductory Calculus Question Regarding Integrals?

    Compute the following integrals: a) int. (e^−3x + 2/x) dx b) int. for 1 (upper) and 0 (lower) of (1/(1+x^2)) dx I was sick the day integrals were taught in class. Can you please provide the steps for solving these if possible? I couldn't format part b correctly. Thanks!
    Compute the following integrals: a) int. (e^−3x + 2/x) dx b) int. for 1 (upper) and 0 (lower) of (1/(1+x^2)) dx I was sick the day integrals were taught in class. Can you please provide the steps for solving these if possible? I couldn't format part b correctly. Thanks!
    1 answer · Mathematics · 7 years ago
  • Intro. Calculus Question?

    What is the most general antiderivative of h(x) = sec^2(2x)? I wasn't in class the day we learned antiderivatives because I was sick. If possible, can you show the steps for how you obtained your answer? Thanks!
    What is the most general antiderivative of h(x) = sec^2(2x)? I wasn't in class the day we learned antiderivatives because I was sick. If possible, can you show the steps for how you obtained your answer? Thanks!
    3 answers · Mathematics · 7 years ago
  • Intro. Biology Question?

    Hi. I was sick and missed class the day the teacher taught our class about enzymes and allosteric inhibitors. Please help me answer this question. Thanks! An allosteric enzyme bound to an inhibitor. The enzyme is in its ____ form, the inhibitor is bound to a ____ subunit, making the enzyme temporarily unable to bind __________. A) active,... show more
    Hi. I was sick and missed class the day the teacher taught our class about enzymes and allosteric inhibitors. Please help me answer this question. Thanks! An allosteric enzyme bound to an inhibitor. The enzyme is in its ____ form, the inhibitor is bound to a ____ subunit, making the enzyme temporarily unable to bind __________. A) active, catalytic, a second enzyme B) active, regulatory, substrate C) inactive, catalytic, a second enzyme D) inactive, regulatory, substrate E) inactive, regulatory, a second enzyme
    1 answer · Biology · 7 years ago
  • Introductory Calculus Question?

    Determine the values of the sequence a sub n for n = 0; 1; 2; 3; 4 in the following sequence: a sub n = sq. rt.(n + 4)
    Determine the values of the sequence a sub n for n = 0; 1; 2; 3; 4 in the following sequence: a sub n = sq. rt.(n + 4)
    1 answer · Mathematics · 7 years ago
  • Intro. Calculus Question?

    I was sick the day my teacher taught limits, so I don't understand how to do this practice problem. Please help me! Thanks! Determine if the following sequences converge or diverge. In case they converge, find their limit. (a) a sub n = sin(pi n): (b) b sub n = sin(2 pi n): (c) c sub n = e^-2n (d) d sub n = (n + 1)/n^2 (e) e sub n = (n^2 + 1)/n
    I was sick the day my teacher taught limits, so I don't understand how to do this practice problem. Please help me! Thanks! Determine if the following sequences converge or diverge. In case they converge, find their limit. (a) a sub n = sin(pi n): (b) b sub n = sin(2 pi n): (c) c sub n = e^-2n (d) d sub n = (n + 1)/n^2 (e) e sub n = (n^2 + 1)/n
    1 answer · Mathematics · 7 years ago
  • Introductory Biology Question about Food Webs?

    How do I figure out how many trophic levels exist when given a picture of a food web?
    How do I figure out how many trophic levels exist when given a picture of a food web?
    1 answer · Biology · 7 years ago
  • Introductory Biology Question?

    In a coevolutionary arms race, after a plant evolves a novel chemical defense against an herbivore, a) the herbivore can be expected to go extinct. b) the herbivore can be expected to disperse to new habitats. c) the herbivore can be expected to evolve resistance to the plant’s defense. d) the plant can be expected to colonize new habitats. e)... show more
    In a coevolutionary arms race, after a plant evolves a novel chemical defense against an herbivore, a) the herbivore can be expected to go extinct. b) the herbivore can be expected to disperse to new habitats. c) the herbivore can be expected to evolve resistance to the plant’s defense. d) the plant can be expected to colonize new habitats. e) the plant can be expected to outcompete all other plants in the same environment.
    3 answers · Biology · 7 years ago
  • Intro. Biology Question?

    Life on land depended MOST upon the evolution of photosynthesis because... a. the oxygen evolved during photosynthesis was needed for aerobic metabolism. b. oxygen was toxic to competing species. c. the cyanobacteria were used as a source of energy by other organisms. d. the oxygen evolved by photosynthesis led to the production... show more
    Life on land depended MOST upon the evolution of photosynthesis because... a. the oxygen evolved during photosynthesis was needed for aerobic metabolism. b. oxygen was toxic to competing species. c. the cyanobacteria were used as a source of energy by other organisms. d. the oxygen evolved by photosynthesis led to the production of ozone in the atmosphere. e. photosynthesis decreased the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere.
    2 answers · Biology · 7 years ago
  • Physics Homework Problem-please help it is due at 11:59 PM?

    Two spacecraft are 13,500 m apart and moving directly toward each other. The first spacecraft has velocity 525 m/s and accelerates at a constant −15.5 m/s2. They want to dock, which means they have to arrive at the same position at the same time with zero velocity. (a) What should the initial velocity of the second spacecraft be? (b) What should be... show more
    Two spacecraft are 13,500 m apart and moving directly toward each other. The first spacecraft has velocity 525 m/s and accelerates at a constant −15.5 m/s2. They want to dock, which means they have to arrive at the same position at the same time with zero velocity. (a) What should the initial velocity of the second spacecraft be? (b) What should be its constant acceleration?
    1 answer · Physics · 8 years ago
  • Please help me with this statistics free response question?

    An article titled "Guard Your Kids Against Allergies: Get Them a Pet" described a study that led researchers to conclude that babies raised with two or more pets were about half as likely to have allergies by the time they turned six. a) Is this study an observational study or an experiment? Explain. b) Describe a potential... show more
    An article titled "Guard Your Kids Against Allergies: Get Them a Pet" described a study that led researchers to conclude that babies raised with two or more pets were about half as likely to have allergies by the time they turned six. a) Is this study an observational study or an experiment? Explain. b) Describe a potential confounding variable that illustrates why it is unreasonable to conclude that being raised with two or more animals us the cause of the observed lower allergy rate.
    1 answer · Mathematics · 8 years ago
  • Short Multiple Choice Statistics Problem?

    I think I know the answer but am not sure. Can you help me understand the reasoning as to why one answer is better than the other. Thanks!!! A professor decides to make his class notes available in electronic form on the internet. At the end of the quarter, several students mention in the course evaluation that having the notes readily helped... show more
    I think I know the answer but am not sure. Can you help me understand the reasoning as to why one answer is better than the other. Thanks!!! A professor decides to make his class notes available in electronic form on the internet. At the end of the quarter, several students mention in the course evaluation that having the notes readily helped them do well in the class. This is an example of: a) an observational study b) an experiment c) neither of the above
    2 answers · Mathematics · 8 years ago
  • Help with easy multiple choice stat. question?

    I think I know the answer but am not sure. Can you help me understand the reasoning as to why one answer is better than the other. Thanks!!! A professor decides to make his class notes available in electronic form on the internet. At the end of the quarter, several students mention in the course evaluation that having the notes readily helped... show more
    I think I know the answer but am not sure. Can you help me understand the reasoning as to why one answer is better than the other. Thanks!!! A professor decides to make his class notes available in electronic form on the internet. At the end of the quarter, several students mention in the course evaluation that having the notes readily helped them do well in the class. This is an example of: a) an observational study b) an experiment c) neither of the above
    1 answer · Mathematics · 8 years ago
  • Need help!!! Who is the famous biologist in the picture?

    Here's the link: http://www.edline.net/dynimg/_HWBSi_/doc... Please help me! This is for my bio. class. I would really appreciate it. Thanks!!!!
    Here's the link: http://www.edline.net/dynimg/_HWBSi_/doc... Please help me! This is for my bio. class. I would really appreciate it. Thanks!!!!
    1 answer · Biology · 8 years ago
  • Who is the famous biologist in the picture?

    This is the link to the picture: http://www.edline.net/dynimg/_HKKT5_/doc... I would really appreciate your help. Thanks!
    This is the link to the picture: http://www.edline.net/dynimg/_HKKT5_/doc... I would really appreciate your help. Thanks!
    3 answers · Biology · 8 years ago
  • Help with Chemistry pH?

    Consider a solution formed by mixing 55.0 mL of 0.100 M H2SO4, 26.0 mL of 0.100 M HOCl, 25.0 mL of 0.200 M NaOH, 25.0 mL of 0.100 M Ca(OH)2, and 10.0 mL of 0.150 M KOH. Calculate the pH of this solution. I've done a ton of pH problems but have never run across one like this. I'm not sure where to start much less what to do. Please help!
    Consider a solution formed by mixing 55.0 mL of 0.100 M H2SO4, 26.0 mL of 0.100 M HOCl, 25.0 mL of 0.200 M NaOH, 25.0 mL of 0.100 M Ca(OH)2, and 10.0 mL of 0.150 M KOH. Calculate the pH of this solution. I've done a ton of pH problems but have never run across one like this. I'm not sure where to start much less what to do. Please help!
    1 answer · Chemistry · 8 years ago
  • Electrochem. Question?

    The electrolysis of BiO+ produces pure bismuth. How long would it take to produce 10.0 g of Bi by the electrolysis of a BiO+ solution using a current of 25.0 A?
    The electrolysis of BiO+ produces pure bismuth. How long would it take to produce 10.0 g of Bi by the electrolysis of a BiO+ solution using a current of 25.0 A?
    2 answers · Chemistry · 9 years ago