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OAB is a sector of the circle with centre O and radius 6cm where <AOB = 30°.
To answer this question, I suggest first drawing a diagram to ensure that all inputs are placed into their correct position in the area formula for a sector. A= 0.5 × a × b × sinC = 0.5 × 6 × 6 × sin30° = 0.5 × 36 × 1 22 ∴ Area=9cm^2
A text holds its appeal across changing contexts because of the relevance of ideas and the way it is crafted. How has Bronte crafted the text Jane Eyre to explore the complexity of identity, providing specific examples in one paragraph.
Jane’s transient class position and social mobility is deliberately crafted by Bronte in order for Jane to be a reflection of other social classes. Bronte’s authorial manipulation of the motif, pictures and portraits, is utilised to juxtapose Jane to Blanche Ingram, represented through the contrasting and conflicting styles of portraits where Jane draws herself “in chalk… faithfully, without softening one defect” and Blanche in the “freshest, finest, clearest tints” and “softest shades and sweetest lines”. This illustrates the physical and social distinctions between the upper and lower class, and how Jane is forced to comprehend that she is unable to compete with the upper class for Rochester’s love. Through this, Bronte is able to effectively portray the rigid societal structure of the Victorian era. Bronte progresses the idea of social boundaries further through interjecting Jane’s voice and addressing the reader in third person, to challenge and criticise the Victorian perception of morality being distinctively parallel to social class. This interjection by Bronte exemplifies this and enables the novel to reach across contexts as it challenges the readers own interpretation of class being an indicator of our moral values. The depiction of universal themes of social class ensures textual integrity and the text's ability to transcend time. As you can see in answering this question, I have followed the STEEL (Statement, technique, example, effect and link) structure. To ensure success in answering essay questions, I would suggest following a similar structure.
The rate at which water flows into a sink is given by dV/dt = 2t / (1 + t^2). V denotes the volume of water in the sink and t is in seconds. Initially the sink is empty. Find the amount of water in the sink after 10 seconds.
To find the actual amount of water in the sink, we need to integrate the equation. Currently, the equation is denoting the rate at which water flows. After integrating, you will get V = [ln(1 + t^2)]^(10 and 0) because of the integration rules with logs. = ln(101) - ln(1) = ln(101/1) (log rules – the difference of two logs is equivalent to the first log dividing by the second) = 4.6
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