I need help doing a review packet for school.
1) Pick a character from the book, and relate it to a character from a Steinbeck book.
2) Pick a setting from a scene, and tell why the setting is important to the scene.
3) Pick a part you deem unrealistic.
4) Pick a passage and tell why you think it is particular effective.
Please help with any of these from the book "Pride & Prejudice".2 AnswersBooks & Authors1 decade ago
What are all of the types of simple machines that make up a wine opener like the one shown here:3 AnswersPhysics1 decade ago
The equation Efficiency=(Work output/work input)x100% can be translated to find the work output by using the equation work output= (Work input x Efficiency)/100%.... what equation that derives from the original efficiency equation can be used to find work input?
With the information:
1 k Watt - hr = 5 cents
Incand.= $1.49 to buy at 100 W
Fluor.=$13.99 to buy at 15 W
How long do incandescent and fluorescent light bulbs have to run for the fluorescent light bulb to be equal in price to the incandescent light bulb at that time?
How do I do this?2 AnswersPhysics1 decade ago
I have to do a report on the laws of Physics in a sport for 11th grade Physics. I chose Racquetball as my sport. So, I've identified Newton's three laws of motion in Racquetball, but I need to know where to find Conservation of Momentum, Conservation of Energy, and Conservation of Angular Momentum in the sport of Racquetball. Please help. Help with one is much appreciated.
At our school, you go in groups, and there is no central theme for the entire dance, but themes for each group you go in. People always make T-Shirts for Sadies . . . but our group came up with the group of "Opposites"? I thought it was a stupid idea . . . they thought: HOT and COLD, NIGHT and DAY etc. I need a better idea to out weigh theirs. Something creative. I've heard of people doing the superhero theme, cops and robbers . . . But it has to be a group theme that can be applied to one couple. EX: Group theme: Opposites... One couple can be: Night and Day, another Hot and Cold, etc. Please Please Please HELP.6 AnswersDancing1 decade ago
It's not for homework. I just want to know what happens in it. I don't have the time to read it all but I wanted to know everything that happens in it. Especially with Hal. Someone was telling me about it but I can't find a plot summary anywhere.
Where have you seen an optical illusion in real life? EXAMPLE: The lettering on a road (i.e. BUMP) seems perfectly readable when driving in a car. But when you stop and look at it, it looks drawn out and elongated. Where have you seen an optical illusion?1 AnswerPsychology1 decade ago
I use Opera Mini, and I have a Sprint phone.2 AnswersOther - Electronics1 decade ago
"Tides of War" shows how Alcibiades' pride and genius ultimately becomes his downfall. What modern classic book(s) [1984, The Grapes of Wrath, East of Eden, Shakespeare, The Sound and the Fury, Catch-22, Brave New World etc.] have characters that have had a downfall from their own pride or genius or drive?
I had gotten into an arguement with my friend about digrating media towards women. He had on a song that talked about women being called 'ho's and them being viewed as objects. Later, I expressed that I wanted to see "Superbad". He called me out saying that I shouldn't see it if I wasn't going to listen to as he didn't agree 'digrating' music. We argued for a while about if men are digrated also. I took the side that women are exploited much worse than men. He said that women sometimes exploit themselves through stripping, and that they chose to do that. I said that they sometimes have no choice. He then came back to the fact by saying that seeing "Superbad" is only endorsing sex. I said I disagreed because I can watch a movie and not look at it for the sexual material although the producers may interpret that otherwise. He said women made that movie also and didn't stop the digrating things toward women, but I retorted that men wrote the script. What's your view on the arguement??4 AnswersOther - Family & Relationships1 decade ago
Can someone give me a brief but detailed synopsis of what happened in Morris West's "The Shoes of the Fisherman" novel? I was supposed to read it but I just need a synopsis of what happened. Also a brief sentence on how well it was written is nice.
The hallway was darkened with a pigment that held no name. As soon as it seemed that a name could be christened for the mysterious and dark color somebody negated and took a different stance from the christener. Hence came forth that no being could present the shade any name or title for it to be classified under.
When the hallway was devised it seemed plausible and brilliant. It was thought out to be architectural genius. The plan being was to have the hallway six hundred feet long and rooms would be attached. It would be ten feet wide and fifty feet tall. There would be no basement or second floor. Just the hallway and the rooms leeched on.
At one end of the hallway was the brass door that led out to the sea breeze of the ocean. On the opposite end of the hallway, six hundred feet across, was a piece of art. The canvas was painted scarlet and left to dry.9 AnswersBooks & Authors1 decade ago
10 points to the Best and most Detailed answer.3 AnswersTheater & Acting1 decade ago