Shanya H.

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Question:

what is a term that can be used describe Gatsby in The Great Gatsby?

Shanya H.

Answer:

Well, Gatsby can be described as disillusioned, because of his false perception of the reality of his and Daisy's relationship.

European History

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Question:

What was the major event that set off the chain of events sparking World War One?

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Answer:

The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary, on June 28th, 1914 by a Serbian nationalist, was known as the shot heard around the world. The assassination of the Archduke, cause European countries to quickly choose sides and form alliances whose tensions would lead to world war one.

Algebra

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Question:

Hey, I need help solving this problem: Simplify. a^5b^4/a^3b^2

Shanya H.

Answer:

No problem. The first step is that we must remember one of our rules of exponents: When we have base x raised to exponent m and another base x raised to exponent n, then the answer is the base x raised to the difference of m and n. So that means that the answer is base x ^ m-n . The first step would be to subtract the exponents of similar bases : a^5-3 and b^4-2 , which would leave you with a^2b^2/1 which is = to a^2b^2

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