The complete title of Moliere’s most famous play is Tartuffe, ou l’Imposteur, or in English, Tartuffe, or the Impostor. But in the play, and in academic criticism, the title character is referred to as a hypocrite. Explain the difference between a hypocrite and an impostor, relating these ideas to Tartuffe, the character. Discuss at least three symbols in A Doll’s House that Ibsen uses to illuminate the situation and/or the characters. Discuss Hamlet’s character flaw, often referred to as his problem. In classic tragedy main characters all have a fatal flaw. What is Hamlet’s and how does it affect the play. Academics suggest that Oedipus’ fatal flaw is hubris, or excessive pride. In what ways does this affect the play and how it ends?

The complete title of Moliere’s most famous play is Tartuffe, ou l’Imposteur, or in English, Tartuffe, or the Impostor. But in the play, and in academic criticism, the title character is referred to as a hypocrite. Explain the difference between a hypocrite and an impostor, relating these ideas to Tartuffe, the character.

Discuss at least three symbols in A Doll’s House that Ibsen uses to illuminate the situation and/or the characters.

Discuss Hamlet’s character flaw, often referred to as his problem. In classic tragedy main characters all have a fatal flaw. What is Hamlet’s and how does it affect the play.

Academics suggest that Oedipus’ fatal flaw is hubris, or excessive pride. In what ways does this affect the play and how it ends?

Engineering

Consider an idealized silicon npn bipolar transistor with the properties listed in Table 6Q9-1. Assume

uniform doping in each region. The emitter and base widths are between metallurgical junctions (not

neutral regions). The cross-sectional area is 100 μm × 100 μm. The transistor is biased to operate in

the normal active mode. The base-emitter forward bias voltage is 0.6 V and the reverse bias basecollector

voltage is 18 V.