a material capable of transmitting energy, particularly in the forms of heat and electricity
a material or device that prevents or reduces the transmission of heat, electricity, or sound
a component of an electric circuit that resists the flow of electricity and is used to control the flow of electric current
a pattern of end rhymes in a poem, such as 'aabb' or 'abab'
expresses the writer's attitude toward his or her subject
a technique in which a sound, word, phrase, or line is repeated for emphasis or unity
a ship privately owned and crewed but allowed by a government during wartime to attack and capture enemy ships
a person who favors the equal division of land and property
an act, decision, or case that serves as a guide or example for similiar situations that follow
a triangle that contains a right angle
an angle formed by the perpendicular intersection of two straight lines; an angle of 90°
an introduction/conclusion type where the author uses a brief story to address the issue
a type of conclusion where the author provides advice or caution in order to tell what the reader can DO about the issue
a measure of energy required to move a charge from one point to another
an electronic instrument that can measure resistance, current, and voltage
the side opposite of the right angle in a right triangle
the side(s) that create the right angle in a right triangle
banning trade with another country
forcing prisoners to serve in the army or navy
three main points that a writer states in the final sentence of the introduction of an essay to take a stance on a topic
a word or phrase connecting one thought or sentence to another.
to make a transition from one paragraph to another smoothly and without interruption
A number that, when squared, yields a given number. For example, since 5 × 5 = 25, the square root of 25 (written √25) is 5.
To reduce a number or fraction to it's smallest possible form
containing terms of which an increase in one term results in a decrease in another term.
Having the same or a constant ratio.
any visionary system of political or social perfection.
any philosophy based upon the doctrine that the principles of reality are to be discovered by the study of the processes of thought, associated with Ralph Waldo Emerson
the belief in