• ## An examination of a school handbook from a local public high school shows that the “expectations” of students are more like laws by which a citizen must abide to live in a society. “Respect the teacher’s position as leader in the classroom . . . ” sounds like a statement of a tyrant. These “expectations” seem forced upon the students with no freedom. If schools want students to be successful citizens, they should allow students to take the courses they want and let them breathe. Which change would make the evidence stronger? supporting the analogical evidence with empirical evidence by providing a comparison to a similar situation in a foreign country supporting the empirical evidence with anecdotal evidence by giving an example of how a specific teacher enforced the rules supporting the anecdotal evidence with empirical evidence by examining a range of school handbooks from various public schools supporting the anecdotal evidence with empirical evidence that suggests schools are wasting money by enforcing rules

For the most part, the CSA’s constitution was a word for word copy of the US Constitution.  Therefore, you can find many similarities quite easily.  For example:-Both constitutions ban the international slave trade.-Both constitutions provide for a bicameral national legislature.-Both constitutions have the same...

• ## What is the range of the function f(x) = 3×2 + 6x – 9

Posted in Mathematics I have a solution here however with a slight change in the equation:  f(x)=3x^2-6x+1 My solution is: The domain is all real numbers–there are no restrictions like a square root or variable in the denominator this is a U shape parabola and you want to find the bottom point, it is at the

• ## . Each U.S. coin is mapped to its monetary value. Tell whether this situation represents a function. Explain your reasoning. If the situation represents a function, give the domain and range.

. Each U.S. coin is mapped to its monetary value. Tell whether this situation represents a function. Explain your reasoning. If the situation represents a function, give the domain and range.

• ## WILL UPVOTE! Question 9 (Multiple Choice) Which of the following is an example of moving properly through range of motion? A) Locking your joint in a full extension B) Extending the joint to challenge your muscle C) Partially moving the joint without full muscle movement D) Fully moving the muscles without locking your joint

D. This activity is not appropriate because it stretches muscles not used in the exercise.Simply walking is not enough to properly warm up the quadriceps, hamstrings, calves and hipflexors.He needs to do traditional warm-up exercises such as high knees. He also needs to do a brief stretch of his hamstrings, quads, and...

• ## I need to know if my paper is in order and is grammatically correct. Symbolism, 1the use of symbols to invest things with a representative meaning or to represent something abstract by something concrete, is used in novels and stories by authors worldwide. Why do authors choose symbolism? Symbolism is a unique style of literature that allows authors to express themselves indirectly on delicate or controversial matters through the use of symbols. These symbols can range from a variety of things and have various meanings. But one unique author, Cynthia Ozick, took symbolism to another level in her short story “The Shawl”. She uses, as you already guessed by the title, a shawl, to symbolize life and death. But the unique part is that the symbolism of the shawl changes with each character and has an effect on the other characters. The characters used are Magda, Stella, and Rosa. The first character Ozick uses to convey the symbolization of the shawl is Magda. Magda is a small infant with “eyes blue as air” and “smooth feathers of hair nearly as yellow as the Star sewn into Rosa’s coat.” With Magda the shawl symbolizes life. We can see this in this excerpt. “It was a magic shawl, it could nourish an infant for three days and three nights. Magda did not die, she stayed alive, although very quiet.” Ozick uses the shawl as a kind of shield to keep Magda alive longer then what either Rosa or Stella expected. However the shawl did not only keep Magda alive it also affected Stella by making her jealous. “Sometimes Stella carried Magda. But she was jealous of Magda. A thin girl of fourteen, too small, with thin breast of her own, Stella wanted to be wrapped in the shawl, hidden away, asleep, rocked by the march, a baby, a round infant in arms. ” This affected Stella to a point where she took the shawl away from Magda, virtually causing Magda to die. The next character Ozick uses to convey the symbolism of the shawl is Stella. Stella is a thin, small fourteen year old who is jealous of Magda. Her jealousness, caused by the wanting of the shawl from Magda, causes her to steal the shawl. Although intended for warmth, the shawl, in all, made Stella cold-hearted. “Then Stella took the shawl away and made Magda die. Afterward Stella said: “I was cold.” The cold went into her heart: Rosa saw that Stella’s heart was cold”. In reference to Stella’s coldness, the first sentence in the first paragraph is a sort of foreshadow to this event. When the shawl is with Stella it affects Rosa by making her Angry. It also affects Magda by bringer her out into the open. The third and final character Ozick uses to convey the symbolization of the shawl is Rosa. Rosa is the mother of Stella and Magda and is as light as “air”. In the hands of Rosa the shawl symbolizes comfort. “So she took Magda’s shawl and she filled her own mouth with it, stuffed it in and stuffed it in, until she was swallowing up the wolf’s screech and tasting the cinnamon and almond depth of Magda’s saliva; and Rosa drank Magda’s shawl until it was dried.” Rosa used the shawl to keep from screaming out in her pain after seeing Magda killed by the Nazi soldier. Because Rosa is the last character mentioned in the story, when she has the shawl it doesn’t affect any other character. In conclusion, Ozick’s “The Shawl” is a very deep and saddening story. Through the use of symbolization Ozick not only affects the character that has the shawl but also the other characters in the story. Without the symbolic meanings the shawl would mean nothing. For example, Magda would have just been a baby wrapped in a blanket. But Ozick gave the shawl a meaning, a life preserver. Now the scene is completely different. Magda is now a baby wrapped in a shawl only able to survive by the protection of the shawl. And it now affects the character Stella by making her jealous of Magda. With the symbolic meanings of the shawl the story now vivid and has a clearer meaning.

Answer: The appositive phrase in the sentence given is:__________________________________“little Sierra” .____________Explanation:_________________________ An “appositive” refers to a “noun” or “noun phrase” that renames another noun right beside it. ______________ In the...

Prepositions are words such as aboard, above, across, after, along, anti, around, as, at, before, beneath, below, behind, beside, by, but, beyond, between, concerning, considering, down, during, except, for, following, like, inside, into, minus, near, off, on, onto, plus, through, to, under, up, upon, with, withought and...

• ## Mark all of the statements that are true. (will attach graph shortly) a. The range for this function is the set {3}. b. This graph is not a function because the value of y is the same for every value of x. c. The domain for this function is all real numbers. d. The domain for this function is the set {3}. e. All real numbers are in the range of this function. ***CHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY!! And please explain!! :)

Answer: Hence, the correlation coefficient is:                r=1.0 Step-by-step explanation: We know that the correlation coefficient ”r” is calculated by the formula: Let x denote the data point (Number of days since purchase) Let y denote the data point (Mileage Displayed on odometer) x        ...

• ## A projectile is fired with an initial speed of 500m/s and angle of elevation 30 degrees. find the range, max height and speed at impact

The bullet has a certain pre-impact momentum, p(bul), that is given as the product of the bullet’s mass, m(bul), and it’s pre-impact velocity, v(bul)  p(bul) = m(bul) x v(bul)  Since the block is at rest prior to being struck, its original momentum is 0 kg*m/s. The total momentum of the system pre-impact is...