One of favorite professor's suggestions was to somehow find a way to meaningfully and personally connect a new word to yourself. Invest in a good dictionary and thesaurus. Learn how to use context clues to figure out unfamiliar terms before resorting to a dictionary, ...
August 20, 2008
Another word for valid is deductive. Technically, they are close in meaning. However, they are not interchangable. Deductive (or valid)refers to how the conclusion must absolutely follow given the premises. Sound means that the premises and the conclusion are all actually true...
August 12, 2008
"Black-white interracial marriage has soared- after anti-miscegenation laws were struck down by the Supreme Court in 1967- from 65,000 in 1970 to 422,000 in 2005." If you would like to know from where I pulled this quotation, then I will gladly tell you.
August 9, 2008
I fell in love with logical reasoning after just one course in college. Keep on trying. This material is difficult but not impossible. Knowledge of this sort may have practical applications later on in your life depending of what path you take.
August 7, 2008
computers ( basics)
MS Word 2003 documents are compatible with the 2007 edition, but the 2007 documents are not backwards compatible with MS Word 2003. The reason for this is simple, abeit not obvioius. Word 2003 saves files as .doc, whereas Word 2007 saves files as .docx. In order to open and ...
August 5, 2008
Logic and Design
I need help with pseudocode, and any help regarding forming these programs in Visual Logic would be helpful as well. Question 1: You have been asked to design the logic that will display each of the following lines to a screen. John Doe 52 The end Program written by: Brandon ...
August 5, 2008
We did this in Algebra III, but I can not remember how to do it. What course does this fall under for you, Tommy? Is there a section in your textbook that mentions this, possibly as an extension or application or some such extra bonus material?
August 4, 2008
Keep in mind that some people claim that such forms of address make them feel old. You might want to stres how polite habits cultivated in the classroom now could have impact in the future in other settings.
July 28, 2008
Congress (the legislative branch) is the only agency that has the constitutionally derived authority to declare war on another country. Look up the War Powers Act of 1973 and look at the actual text of the Constitution itself.
July 27, 2008
As a history major, Noah, I can tell you that the discipline does not always neatly packaged exact answers. Understanding of history can pay off because "those who do not know the past are doomed to repeat it."
July 24, 2008
What you just saw was using the point slope form in order to get the answer in to slope-intercept form (y=mx+b). M represents slope and b represents the y intercept (0,?). Slope is determined by dividing the rise or fall (vertical change) over the run (the horizontal change).
July 21, 2008
That a before a human direct object is called the personal a. The le is an indirect object pronoun. Diste is the infinitive verb dar (to give) conjugated in the tú form of the preterite.
July 12, 2008
eth. need some info please
In my college-level "non-western" art history course the introduction to Edward W. Said's Orientalism was a required reading assignment. Mine was not definitely not an Axia class, either.
July 9, 2008
Have you ever considered creating and then posting a policy that explains what types of content are acceptable versus what kinds of material are forbidden? If you would not mind telling me, how would you generally describe these forbidden posts?
July 7, 2008
You might be interested to know that there was a historical debate that attempted to resolve the issue of whether law and politics were essentially the same thing or radically different things.
June 23, 2008
Try the Supreme Court case that ended school segragation by race, which was Brown vs. the Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas. That happened in the 1950's, although most of the key events seemed to have happened in the 1960's.
June 23, 2008
Is this actual lab data or just a hypothetical situation? If these are actually experimental results, I would suspect that there was some sort of error that would account for such a sharp difference.
June 18, 2008
Could somebody solve my on campus parking problem? As a commuter student, I would be blissful to not have to depart up to forty-five minutes early even on a day with ideal conditions just to get a parking space.
June 10, 2008
First of all, the topic of Columbine is well-known and not really new news to people. Secondly, the year as well the victim totals are incorrect. Finally, linking such a tragedy with such an oversimplified cause as dress codes sounds unreasonable or unlogical.
June 9, 2008
Anonymous, you should be grateful that there are people here who put in their time to help others. If you want your questions answered right away, go hire a private tutor, it only costs money and stop whining!! Was this site established for you? You make it sound like someone ...
June 3, 2008
Can someone please help me identify the thesis statement in this article? CNN) -- In coming to grips with AIDS, the worst health calamity since the Middle Ages and one likely to be the worst ever, consideration inevitably turns to the numbers. According to estimates from ...
May 26, 2008
This is more biology or genetics than anthropology. These letters do indeed stand for nitrogeneous bases, but you need to know the rules for how the hydrogen bonds work. These bases are always paired up in the same fashion. For DNA, adenine and cytosine always travel together ...
May 26, 2008
I'm sorry, it didn't come with the paragraphs I was asking about originally. Here it is: CNN) -- In coming to grips with AIDS, the worst health calamity since the Middle Ages and one likely to be the worst ever, consideration inevitably turns to the numbers. According ...
May 26, 2008
Can you identify the thesis statement here please, thanks: AIDS in Africa: Dying by the numbers 'We used to think of AIDS as a health issue; we were wrong' A man cares for his grandson, orphaned by AIDS, in a suburb of the eastern Zambia town of Chipata (CNN) -- In ...
May 26, 2008
I have been required to read this novel in both high school and college. I have never understood why some people absolutely love it because I barely enjoyed it on any level.
May 22, 2008
art history college level
Is there anybody out there who really knows art history or anyone who is at least aware of some helpful art history resources out there? For comparison and contrast purposes, I need to know more about some individual French academic artists and their specific works with ...
May 19, 2008
You might find it interesting to know that George Washington was not the first president of the USA. The Articles of Confederation provided for an official with the title of president before the foundations for our current constitution were set down.
May 17, 2008
Federalism is an idea where a central government shares power with lesser units. Keep in mind there are historical examples where nationalism has become unhealthy and led to wars.
May 16, 2008
I take it you mean the Articles of Confedration that was our first constitution way back in the 1700s? A confederation as opposed to other forms of government (for example, unitary or federalism) emphasizes the political power of the smaller divisions over an apparatus of ...
May 14, 2008
You have submitted one of my personal favorite questions in the history of this site! Seriously though, was/were there some event(s) in your life that inspired your curiousity with regards to this topic? It is important to learn about this subject matter sooner or later. By ...
May 13, 2008
DUE AT MIDNIGHT: HELP ME!!
Tell me more about what you know already? For example, do you know that a nephron is part of those renal organs known as the kidneys? Do you know that an ion is an electrically charged atomic particle that could be either positive or negative? Do you know that opposites ...
May 7, 2008
The origins of the state are to be thought of as a two way street of expectations between the governor and the governed. In this reciprocal relationship, the rulers are obligated to do their job for the subjects, and the subjects also have a role to fulfill under their rulers...
May 6, 2008