Which of the following tasks is least effective at preventing a computer virus A. Anti-virus’s software up to date B. Anti-virus preforms routine scans C. Anti-virus Software is set to scan your computer Weekly. D. Anti-virus software scans all documents that are downloaded.
Find the rate of change: Jame scan earn $300 in royalties for 250 books. Rounded to the nearest cent, what is the rate of change for James’ royalties? (Please put the right answer)
He stops at the ocean’s edge, smiles almost shyly, as if he fears disturbing her, and stretches out a colossal hand. His blue eyes are like lasers in the night. The beams bounce off his fingernails, five hard blue shields. They scan the beach, illuminating shells and sleeping gulls, then focus on her. The porch turns blue, ultraviolet. Her hands, too, are blue. Celia squints through the light, which dulls her eyesight and blurs the palms on the shore. Which of the following is an example of a hyperbole? “smiles almost shyly, as if he fears disturbing her” “and stretches out a colossal hand” “His blue eyes are like lasers in the night.” “The porch turns blue, ultraviolet.”
1984, you might have been asked to read this one already in school, if not I suggest going ahead and reading it; its fun to be ahead of your class.
Originally published in 1949 by George Orwell, 1984 depicts a dystopian world of the ‘future’. The book is less of a prediction more then it is a warning of what could be. It follows one character who is desperately trying to remember what real life is like, and gets tangled up in all sorts of messes along the way.
You could read Alice in Wonderland or Mary Poppins, theres a million great classics out there Im sure you can find on any website.
Personally I prefer fantasy novels;
Brandon Sanderson’s The Rithmatist
This book follows a young student through a steampunk style, magic infused world. It takes a moment to not chuckle at the concept of monsters that are essentially drawings, but its a very well done book with beautiful writing and mental scenery
Patrick Rothfuss’s, The Name of the Wind
This is my favorite book of all time. Patrick Rothfuss’s work is honestly amazing in this book. Mind you its probably not all that wise for the feint of heart through perhaps the second chapter; but it really is amazing. The sculpting of the world, the depth of the characters its utterly masterful. The story opens with Kote, a fairly normal seeming innkeeper and his dark haired companion Bast. Fairly normal until a man happens upon the inn, looking for a certain Kvothe, a man thought to just be a legend and a story… and Kote’s past is drug up, and other things that should probably be better left alone.
The correct answer will be compound microscope.
Robert Hooke designed and used two and three-lens compound microscopes.
These were one of the best such microscopes of his time which were made of leather-covered cardboard, 7 inches long, 4 inches wide with a 15 inch brass rod which can slide up and down.
With this microscope he observed variety of organisms such as cell walls of cork, insects, feathers, bryozoans and flea, diagrams of which he published in his books “Micrographia”. Hooke also examined the fossils with microscope.
Thus, compound microscope is the correct answer.