Difference Essay Topics

Resistance relationship for a conductor

Through it will experience low resistance to the rate of flow. 3. Different types of materials will affect the resistance in different ways. Materials such as copper, are very good conductors, and is used for connecting wires. Other materials such as nichrome (as used in the investigation) have a higher resistance than copper, and so… View Article

Positive charge

From what I know of resistance and the way that it alters I predict that as you lengthen the piece of wire the resistance will increase also. This is what I think will happen and I think this because I already know some information about resistance and have also done some preliminary work on this… View Article

A Square Investigation

Aim: The aim of this investigation is to find any rules, patterns of square numbers. Patterns/ rules will be discussed step by step below. Firstly a square number is a number multiplied by it. The name becomes apparent if one looks at a diagram of a square. e. g. 2^2 = 2*2= 4sq units; we… View Article

“Tipping” vs. Bribery

There are many similarities between paying a large tip to secure a better table in a restaurant and offering a bribe to secure a business contract. Firstly, both are essentially bribery. In both situations the bribe is something like an expression of gratitude before the fact, or, more accurately, an imposition of obligatory reciprocation—in both… View Article

Cake vs. Pie

There are two different types of people in the dessert world, the pie people and the cake people. These two desserts are both wonder in my world but there are lots of differences in these two similar after dinner treats. Pies are warm, baked, with a gooey filling of your choice. They have a hard… View Article

A World of Difference

Why do people live in one geographical area all their lives? Throughout my life time, this question has always fascinated me. What is the purpose, and what are the benefits? As a young girl, I grew up in the Mid-West, the famed “bread-basket” of the United States of America. My family owned a small dairy… View Article

How the Maid Made a Difference

Maid in Manhattan is one of the many Hollywood movies which portrayed the typical fairytale cliche—a love that went wrong but with the couple eventually ending happily ever after. The movie rose above the usual chick flicks in the industry through its capitalistic twist, nonetheless. Marisa Ventura, the hotel maid and single mother from the… View Article

Father Brown vs Brother Cadfael

Father Brown and Brother Cadfael were both men of the church who were put into situations where they needed to solve some sort of crime. Unmistakably the two had similarities in how they solve the crime. Who would have been better to solve a crime than a man of God? They had their differences in… View Article

Edgware in London to City Road

Using what I have learned from my study materials, I will compare Station Road, Edgware in London to City Road, Cardiff for either their similarities or differences relating to inequalities. Both roads are over 200 years old and have similar layouts. Station Road is located in a neighbourhood and is very similar to City Road… View Article

Journal Article Review

The general topic of forgiveness has received a magnitude of attention and research on a conceptual level in recent years. Hall and Fincham consistently noted, however, that self-forgiveness had little to no empirical study or research documented and believe this is a critical piece to an individual’s overall emotional health. In an effort to stimulate… View Article

Comparing and Contrasting Sonnet 130 and Ars Poetica

“Change what you see by changing how you see” (Huie). This quote relates to “Sonnet 130,” by William Shakespeare and “Ars Poetica,” by Archibald Mac Leish. Sonnet 130 is about the faults of his mistress, but realizes by the end of the poem, that his love is all that matters. This man did not see… View Article

Comparing and Contrasting Two Characters

There are different types of characters. Some are protagonists, and some are antagonists. Two antagonists, General Zaroff from “The Most Dangerous Game” and the king from, “The Lady or the Tiger?”, can both be compared.These two characters are similar yet different in their nature, or personality, actions, and attitudes. These characters are both similar and… View Article

A Lesson Before Dying. “If We Must Die” by Claude Mckay

In the passages “If We Must Die” by Claude McKay, the speaker set a courageous tone by using words like “brave”, “fighting”, and “honor” in sentences throughout the passage to show that the men were not afraid although they were outnumbered. This work of literature teaches the reader that if a group of people can… View Article

City Life Beats the Small Town

1. This essay is an essay of both comparison and contrast because the author points out the similarities while examining the differences. For example, having a cinema in both small town and big city is a similarity, but one cinema in small town showing three different movies at any one time, and a big city… View Article

Tell Tale Heart and the Black Cat

In both the “The Tell Tale Heart”, and”The Black Cat”, the stories end with a death of a person. Some events in the murder are similar and different. In this paragraph, I will talk about the story, “The Tell Tale Heart”. In the beginning of the story, the narrator wants to kill an old man,… View Article