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I would be interested to hear from students about this question. What do you find challenging about studying Shakespeare? What would help you? What do you like about studying his plays?
If I understand correctly, from the map of plate boundaries and direction of the plate's movement in my book, seismic activity is associated with collisional plate boundary but there is not much explanation on this beyond this. Can someone please explain more on this? Is the level of activity less than that at a conservative margin since the plates are moving less rapidly or is there actually more activity due to the extreme pressure?
Or is it simply enough to know that they're related at A level?
"We wanted to be together and we didn't care that the only sunlight in that apartment snaked through the partially subterranean windows for about an hour every afternoon. It was like trying to line up a Stonehenge equinox to catch an ephemeral ray on your bare forearm."
Here, what does the last sentence mean?
Please help me..
"We celebrated with dinner as a BYOB Indian restaurant that, for unknown reasons, is covered with Christmas lights. It's also cheap beyond belief, two things I have to believe are correlated."
I don't understand what the last sentence refer to. Please help me.
Question: points A (-1,-2),B(7,2) and C (k, 4), where K is a constant, are the vertices of triangle ABC. Angle ABC is a right angle. Calculate the value of K?
to find the volume of an irregular shaped wooden piee a sinker made of steel (relative density = 7.85) having a mass of 157 g was used. if the levels of water before and after immersing the sinker wood ombination are 102 ml and 170 ml respectively then find the volume of woodewn piece