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Subject: Writing

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The suffix “-esque” typically means “style of” and is added to names of famous people to refer to their mannerisms. After reading The Metamorphosis, written by Franz Kafka, how would you define the "Kafkaesque" writing style and how is it implemented in the story?

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Throughout The Metamorphosis, Kafka presents dark, fantastical themes that exhibit truths in reality. The lack of explanation of Gregor's transformation into an insect and his parents disgusted, horrified reaction to their son prompts readers to question whether or not unconditional love within family truly exists.

Subject: Pre-Algebra

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3 < √ x < 7 is equivalent to saying: a. 6 < x < 14 b. 6 < x < 49 c. 3 < x < 7 d. 9 < x < 49

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D is the correct answer. In order to solve this equation, the student needs to square the entire expression. 3² < (√ x)² < 7² 9 < x < 49

Subject: US History

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Describe the overall emotion and attitude of the average American citizen during the 1930s.

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The economic collapse of the 1930s, known as the Great Depression, affected Americans in their work and personal lives. As the unemployment rate suddenly increased, many felt disheartened in their inability to support their families, resulting in dissatisfaction with the Hoover administration for its lack of responsibility.

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