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Catcher in the Rye Analysis

Throughout The Catcher in the Rye, Holden Caulfield mentally refuses to grow up. He is at an age where he is transitioning into adulthood, but he desires to revert back to being a child. Holden fears change and all of the responsibilities that come along with being an adult. For this reason, Holden becomes particularly fond of the museum because “in that museum, everything stayed right where it was, and nobody'd move” (Salinger, pg. 121). Holden’s anxiety for change may stem

Influence of Byzantine Empire

Known for being the most powerful society of its time, the Byzantine Empire enjoyed a period of prosperity and progression. The Byzantines outlasted its predecessor, the Roman Empire, and managed to survive for about a thousand years, thus influencing neighboring states and even the modern world. Validating this claim, influences of the Byzantine Empire are present in the spread of Christianity and modern day Mediterranean cuisine.  

Tell Tale Heart Edgar Allen Poe Summary Analysis

In The Tell Tale Heart, Poe illustrates a story of a person that is psychologically disturbed. However, the narrator claims he is sane by telling the readers how calm and careful he is. The story starts off with the narrator explaining his reasoning for wanting to kill the old man. His passion grew not from money or greed, but from his hatred of the old man’s pale blue eyes, the Evil Eye. The narrator separates the vulture eye from the old man because although he is obsessed with getting rid

Percentage of Copper in a Penny Lab Answers


1. Why didn't the government change pennies to be entirely zinc if that would be cheaper?

Answer: The government uses copper to coat the zinc because zinc is a highly reactive metal.

2. If all of the zinc did not react, how would your final answer be different?

Answer: If not all the zinc reacted, then the final mass of the penny wold be higher, and there would be a higher percent error.

Possible Errors in the Experiment:

If the zinc is not fully exposed, not all of it reacts, thus turning the solution slightly yellow. If not all zinc reacts. the final mass would be higher. This can be solved by cutting the penny directly in half. If you shaved the edge of the penny, this will not fully expose the zinc and it will also make the mass of the copper smaller.

Social Psychology FRQ

Jacquie and Lisa are part of a group at the local high school that is trying to end the cliquishness in the high school that has led to fights after school. Explain how what each of the following terms means and how it might contribute to the situation.  a. prejudice b. in-group c. social norm d. scapegoating e. equal status contact

Psychological Disorders FRQ

Cory has difficulty leaving his house on time since it takes him so long to check everything and to make sure his bathroom is clean. He gets upset easily when his mother tries to rush him. He will yell and scream when she asks him to stop and get going. Explain what each term is and how it applies to his experience.  a. obsessive-compulsive disorder b. DSM-IV c. Psychopathology d. Behavioral perspective

Sensation and Perception FRQ

Explain how a football player would make use of each of the following during a game.  a. Visual acuity b. Gate control theory  c. kinesthesis d. location of sound e. convergence  f. selective attention

Psychology Neuroscience FRQ

As a parent you are trying to stress to your child why wearing a helmet when bike riding is so important. Your child is trying to tell you they feel dumb and look silly wearing a helmet, but your concern is their safety. Using the following terms, explain to your child why it is imperative to wear a helmet.

Best Online Clothing Store Ever!

So recently I found this website It is like an online thrift store, and they have AMAZING deals. I got 12 pieces for around $60. That's almost $5 a piece, and on top of that it was free shipping! Now I did use a 40% off coupon, and its probably not available anymore, but thredup always has great deals. If you download their app, and make a purchase through your phone, its 20% off your entire order.

2013-2014 AP SCORES!

SO during the 2013-2014 school year, I took AP Chemistry, AP World History, and AP Psychology. I am happy to say that I PASSED of the three tests. YAY! For both Chemistry and World History, I got a 3. I actually really wanted to get a 4 in Chemistry and I thought I got a 2 in World, so I guess it all worked out for me getting 3 on both. Then in Psychology, I got a 5!! WOOP! I was quite surprised but nevertheless very happy. Overall, I would say that it was satisfying.


Introduction: When magnesium reacts with hydrochloric acid, hydrogen gas is produced. The gas can be collected in a eudiometer where its volume may be determined. Knowing the number of moles of magnesium used, we can calculate the volume of hydrogen produced per mole of magnesium used. The balanced equation for this reaction allows us to determine the molar volume of a gas at standard temperature and pressure.
Purpose: How much volume does one mole of gas occupy at standard temperature and pressure (STP)?

AP Psychology TLI Practice FRQ

Shayne is a ten-year-old boy with a 140 IQ. He has two brothers. Shayne is also a champion swimmer and honored banjo player. Explain each concept and discuss how each may be applied to Shayne’s intelligence.
a. giftedness
b. Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences
c. Heritability
e. Social influences of intelligence

Chapter Summaries of The Power of Place

Hey guys I found my old summer assignment on the Power of Place, and I hope this helps!

Chapter 1: Globals, Locals, and Mobals According to Harm De Blij, the world is categorized into 2 groups: the core countries and periphery countries.  Being born in either a core or periphery country can have a large impact on whether you are a global, local, or mobal. The globals are usually found in the core countries which are located in countries such as Canada, Australia, Japan, America, and most of west Europe. Since most globals

Chapter Summaries of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

Hey guys I found my old summer assignments on the 7 Habits, and I hope they help!
Part one: Get in the Habit Habits are a big part of a teenager’s life. They can either balance out a teen’s complicated and busy life or make life harder and make it into a disaster. Kids always complain that they don’t have time for anything because of all their schoolwork, friends, family, sports, etc. Some kids even go through