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  • English English English?

    Many have discussed how each of the poems you have read is subject to the relationship of Rising Action, Climax and Falling Action. Please explain how the climactic moment in each of the epic poems you have read (Gilgamesh, Odyssey) leads to a reversal and the so-called falling action of the poems. To answer this, you need to explain when the Climax occurs in each poem, how it reverses actions and events and eventually shapes the main characters’ fate in the falling action of the poem. Write separately for each poem. Start with Gilgamesh, then The Odyssey. About 100-200 words for each case.

    Please help and give a genuine response

    Poetry2 months ago
  • English EnglishEnglish EnglishEnglish English?

    Many have discussed how each of the poems you have read is subject to the relationship of Rising Action, Climax and Falling Action. Please explain how the climactic moment in each of the epic poems you have read (Gilgamesh, Odyssey) leads to a reversal and the so-called falling action of the poems. To answer this, you need to explain when the Climax occurs in each poem, how it reverses actions and events and eventually shapes the main characters’ fate in the falling action of the poem. Write separately for each poem. Start with Gilgamesh, then The Odyssey. About 100-200 words for each case.

    5 AnswersPoetry2 months ago
  • EnglishEnglishEnglishEnglish?

    Many have discussed how each of the poems you have read is subject to the relationship of Rising Action, Climax and Falling Action. Please explain how the climactic moment in each of the epic poems you have read (Gilgamesh, Odyssey) leads to a reversal and the so-called falling action of the poems. To answer this, you need to explain when the Climax occurs in each poem, how it reverses actions and events and eventually shapes the main characters’ fate in the falling action of the poem. Write separately for each poem. Start with Gilgamesh, then The Odyssey. About 100-200 words for each case.

    2 AnswersPoetry2 months ago
  • PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

    Given that you know the average mass of a cell phone, the mass of a square sheet of paper 11.5 cm on the side (20 lb paper), and that the average mass of an adult human in the world is about 62 kg (80 kg in North America), estimate a) the mass of your arm; b) the mass of four sheets of, (20 lb grade) copy paper, c) the mass of a standard tub full of water.

    1 AnswerPhysics4 months ago
  • PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

    A rubber band with a stiffness k = 35 N/m is stretched 12.0 cm, with a 1.0-gram paper bullet on it. The band is released horizontally from a height of 0.40 m. Assuming that energy is conserved, how far horizontally did the paper bullet first hit the floor?

    Physics4 months ago
  • PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

    Using a pencil, a fulcrum, string hangers, and a 70.0g weight, give values of one set of position to balance a) a 100 g weight, and b) a 160 g weight.

    Physics4 months ago
  • PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

    A 50-gram mass is attached to a vertical spring; the spring stretches 8.0 cm. Determine the stiffness of the spring. If it is now stretched an additional 2.0 cm, determine its period and frequency of oscillation.

    Physics4 months ago
  • PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

    Give yourself approximate values for the variables needed, and estimate (all metric!): a) your kinetic energy when you are jogging on a park; b) the elastic energy of a rubber band stretched 0.12 m c) the speed of sound of air in the room where you are taking the test

    Physics4 months ago
  • PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

    A sphere that is a perfect blackbody radiator has a radius of 0.090 m and is at 280°C in a room where the temperature is 22°C. Calculate the net rate at which the sphere radiates energy.

    W?

    2 AnswersPhysics4 months ago
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    Tension is maintained in a string as in Figure P13.49. The observed wave speed is 20 m/s when the suspended mass is 3.4 kg.

    (a) What is the mass per unit length of the string?

     kg/m ?

    (b) What is the wave speed when the suspended mass is 2.0 kg?

     m/s?

    1 AnswerPhysics4 months ago
  • PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

    Transverse waves with a speed of 48.0 m/s are to be produced on a stretched string. A 5.30 m length of string with a total mass of 0.0600 kg is used.

    (a) What is the required tension in the string?

     N ?

    (b) Calculate the wave speed in the string if the tension is 8.00 N.

     m/s?

    1 AnswerPhysics4 months ago
  • PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

    A 245 g mass is attached to a spring and executes simple harmonic motion with a period of 0.250 s. If the total energy of the system is 2.80 J.

    (a) Find the force constant of the spring.

     N/m ?

    (b) Find the amplitude of the motion.

     m?

    1 AnswerPhysics4 months ago
  • PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

    A 0.43 kg object connected to a light spring with a spring constant of 18.4 N/m oscillates on a frictionless horizontal surface. The spring is compressed 4.0 cm and released from rest.

    (a) Determine the maximum speed of the mass.

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    Incorrect: Your answer is incorrect.

     cm/s

    (b) Determine the speed of the mass when the spring is compressed 1.5 cm.

     cm/s

    (c) Determine the speed of the mass when the spring is stretched 1.5 cm.

     cm/s

    (d) For what value of x does the speed equal one-half the maximum speed?

     cm

    1 AnswerPhysics4 months ago
  • PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

    A brass ring of diameter 10 cm at 20.0°C is heated and slipped over an aluminum rod with a diameter of 10.01 cm at 20.0°C. Assume that the average coefficients of linear expansion are constant.

    (a) To what temperature must this combination be cooled to separate them?

     °C ?

    (b) If the aluminum rod were 10.05 cm in diameter, what would be the required temperature?

     °C ?

    Physics4 months ago
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    Use trigonometric identities to show that, for s1 and s2 given by eqs. (1) and (2), their sum is given by eq (3) .

      s1 = A sin (kx – ωt) ( 1 )    s2 = A sin (kx + ωt) ( 2 )  s = s1 + s2 = 2 A sin(kx) cos(ωt) ( 3 )

    3 AnswersMathematics5 months ago
  • PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

     A student in the outdoors, is 500 m from a large vertical mountain. She makes a short duration loud sound. If it takes 2.86 seconds for her to hear the echo of her loud sound, does she need a heavy jacket to be comfortable in the outdoors? Explain.

    1 AnswerPhysics5 months ago
  • PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

    A sphere that is a perfect blackbody radiator has a radius of 0.090 m and is at 280°C in a room where the temperature is 22°C. Calculate the net rate at which the sphere radiates energy.

    W?

    1 AnswerPhysics5 months ago
  • PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

    A sphere that is a perfect blackbody radiator has a radius of 0.090 m and is at 280°C in a room where the temperature is 22°C. Calculate the net rate at which the sphere radiates energy.

    W?

    Physics5 months ago
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    PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

    Tension is maintained in a string as in Figure P13.49. The observed wave speed is 20 m/s when the suspended mass is 3.4 kg.

    (a) What is the mass per unit length of the string?

     kg/m ?

    (b) What is the wave speed when the suspended mass is 2.0 kg?

     m/s?

    Physics5 months ago
  • PhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysicsPhysics?

    Transverse waves with a speed of 48.0 m/s are to be produced on a stretched string. A 5.30 m length of string with a total mass of 0.0600 kg is used.

    (a) What is the required tension in the string?

     N ?

    (b) Calculate the wave speed in the string if the tension is 8.00 N.

     m/s?

    Physics5 months ago