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Shakespeare
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Question:

What is an interpretation of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew final monologue by Kate?

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Answer:

The final monologue in Taming of the Shrew has been a large consideration to feminist critics. Many would say it is a book against feminist rights, however some might say that considering the time it was written it was very relaxed. The final monologue while says that Kate admits to being tamed, it also mentions that while she submits she also does so because she trusts her partner not to ask her to kiss his feet.

Basic Chemistry
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Question:

What are hypertonic, isotonic and hypotonic solutions?

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Answer:

Hypertonic solutions are solutions that contains more solute than solvent, for example if you have more salt than water in a solution it can be said to be hypertonic. Isotonic means that there is an equilibrium. Hypotonic solutions mean there is very little solute to solvent ratio.

Biology
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Question:

What are hallucinatory neurological conditions and what are some of their main attributes?

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Answer:

One hallucinatory neurological condition is Charles Bonnet's syndrome, which is mainly attributed to visual hallucinations where the hallucinations are predominantly simple (although in some cases can be quite elaborate) and it is unlike schizophrenia in the fact that the hallucinations do not interact with the individual.

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