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health
My mistake the answer is B adenocarcinoma is a type of cancer
June 28, 2010

health
Correct
June 28, 2010

Government
From what I remember in my Government class it is A
June 23, 2010

US Government
I need help writing a 3 page paper on evaluating a congressperson from the house of representatives. I chose Nancy Pelosi. Can someone help to get started?
June 15, 2010

stats. plz help i have exams in two days!
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May 25, 2010

English: Plagiarism, Clichés
"to be, or not to be, that is the question," was used in a poem is that okay?
May 23, 2010

English: Plagiarism, Clichés
Is a Cliché phrase considered Plagiarism? (the author is dead more than 390 years ago.) Is it okay to use it in a writing piece or poem? Should/will it be penalized or will you be given punishment if only used in 8th grade? Thanks
May 23, 2010

english
There are several reasons for not eating meat. One reason is that dangerous chemicals are used throughout the various stages of meat production. ...
May 22, 2010

Science
What is the probable relationship between rebound centers and locations where ice accumulates? What is the probable relationship between rebound centers and thickness of ice in Canada?
May 12, 2010

English
I just wanted to say thanks guys for all your help in my English class I really enjoy working with Jiskha
May 10, 2010

American Lit
Think of the way the book describes them. As in are they both brave or kind. Consider the way they both passed away, and what happened before they both died? Also, think of their age difference and how Natty was told to have died alone and how John died not so much alone. Also...
May 9, 2010

Math
A polynomial function with rational coefficients has the following zeros. Find all additional zeros. 2, -2 + ã10
May 3, 2010

Chicago Manual (CM) and Council of Science Editors
Question 1 5 points Save Which of the following fields uses Chicago Manual of Style (CM) documentation? psychology history education biology Question 2 What information goes in the parentheses when using CM style numbered notes? the publishing information the article title the...
May 2, 2010

Logical, ethical and emotional appeal
Question 12 Which of the following visual arguments contains an ethical appeal? none of the above 1 a bar chart of 2003 housing construction sales per state an advertisement for corn seed that shows a farmer and his family standing next to a tractor with their farmstead behind...
May 2, 2010

visual images and how to use them
Question 12 Which of the following visual arguments contains an ethical appeal? none of the above 1 a bar chart of 2003 housing construction sales per state an advertisement for corn seed that shows a farmer and his family standing next to a tractor with their farmstead ...
May 1, 2010

visual images and how to use them
Logical fallacies tend to be ____________________. nonexistent in visual arguments more common in verbal arguments than in visual arguments and often harder to detect more common in visual arguments than in verbal arguments and often harder to detect nonexistent in verbal ...
April 30, 2010

Math
evaluate the expression 2x-3y-4z x=7 y=-3 z=-1
April 30, 2010

Math
2x+y x=2/7 y=5/6
April 30, 2010

Math
-7/58y times 29y to the 2 power
April 30, 2010

Math
10c(9c-1)-8=88c+10
April 30, 2010

Math
0.3x+14.2=x-8.41
April 30, 2010

Math
5 to the second power - (3- 4 to the 3rd)
April 30, 2010

writing for the web
Question 1 This step in planning a Web project involves learning about HTML text editors, the original tools for creating Web pages. Choose a method for creating HTML pages. Gather your materials. Storyboard your pages. Choose a single-page or a multi-page format. Question 2 ...
April 29, 2010

English
The snow was falling fast and was so pretty to behold, but we dreaded having to shovel and salt the walkways.
April 29, 2010

English
Please correct the sentence below, adding punctuation and changing words as needed. The snow was falling fast and was so pretty to behold but we dreaded having to shovel and salt the walkways.
April 29, 2010

English
Please correct the sentence below, adding punctuation and changing words as needed. We found the play was quite intriguing though it was difficult to follow and the audience became engaged with the action onstage and with the actors in general.
April 29, 2010

visual images and how to use them
Question 12 Which of the following visual arguments contains an ethical appeal? none of the above 1 a bar chart of 2003 housing construction sales per state an advertisement for corn seed that shows a farmer and his family standing next to a tractor with their farmstead behind...
April 29, 2010

visual images and how to use them
Question 6 Television and print advertisements are visual arguments because ____________________. none of the above words are visible in the advertisements they are designed to convince us to buy a product, vote for a candidate, support a cause, and so on they are always in ...
April 28, 2010

visual images and how to use them
Question 2 Which of the following is NOT a question to consider when analyzing visual images? If there are people in the image, how do they seem to relate to each other? If there are words in the image, what is their relationship to it? Where is the image being seen (in a ...
April 28, 2010

visual images and how to use them
Question 12 Which of the following visual arguments contains an ethical appeal? none of the above 1 a bar chart of 2003 housing construction sales per state an advertisement for corn seed that shows a farmer and his family standing next to a tractor with their farmstead behind...
April 28, 2010

Finding and evaluating sources
Question 15 Now that you have a list of citations and their accompanying bibliographic information, what question is not relevant when evaluating the source's audience? Can you tell who the author's intended audience is? Can you determine if the audience is suited to ...
April 28, 2010

research writing as a process
I think the thesis is aruging for alternative medicine and benefits as an option in place of traditional treatments
April 28, 2010

research writing as a process
Please correct the sentence below and make it an appropriate thesis statement. In this essay, I will argue that alternative medicine is popular and everyone should use it. As we learn more about the benefits of alternative medicine, patients should be allowed access to it as ...
April 28, 2010

research writing as a process
Which of the following is a goal you may want to accomplishin a research project? to formulate a thesis statement to think about the purpose of the research project. to pick something you wrote a paper on last year and just correct the errors to analyze my answer to analyze
April 28, 2010

research writing as a process
how can I turn this into a appropriate research question? . Why are kids so violent today? What is wrong with them?
April 28, 2010

research writing as a process
well my other choices are it states your position it summarizes the information it ask a question now it cant be ask a question cause from what I read it answers it. and it cant be summarizing information cause thats a conclusion so I have to go with stating your position
April 28, 2010

research writing as a process
how does a thesis function it points out the inadequacies of the opposing views
April 28, 2010

Adjectives and Adverbs
Question 11 This modifier illustrates the rule that one-syllable words usually take -er and -est endings. mellowest least sweetly less generous nearer Question 12 This modifier illustrates the rule that three-syllable words take more, most and less, least. prettier larger ...
April 28, 2010

Adjectives and Adverbs
Question 7 This modifier illustrates the rule that adverbs of two syllables take more, most and less, least. more beautiful smaller most safely sillier Question 8 This modifier illustrates the rule that adverbs of two syllables take more, most and less, least. mellowest least ...
April 28, 2010

research writing as a process
Question 14 How does a thesis function? it points out the inadequacies of the opposing views it states your position it summarizes the information it asks a question my answer it summarizes the information
April 28, 2010

Adjectives and Adverbs
1.This modifier illustrates the rule that adjectives of two syllables vary. If the word ends in -y, change the y to i and add -er, -est endings. Otherwise, some two-syllable adjectives take -er, -est endings. Others take more, most and less, least. more quickly least ...
April 28, 2010

research writing as a process
Which of the following is not a characteristic of a thesis? It is very narrow. It is expressed in a sentence. It does not announce. It is not too broad. my answer It does not announce.
April 28, 2010

research writing as a process
Question 20 What does a thesis statement do? explains how you came up with your topic announces what you plan to do in your paper introduces the controlling idea of your paper lays out the process of your paper my answer introduces the controlling idea of your paper
April 28, 2010

research writing as a process
14 I think is states your position
April 28, 2010

research writing as a process
Question 14 How does a thesis function? A.it points out the inadequacies of the opposing views B.it states your position Cit summarizes the information D.it asks a question Question 17 5 points Save Which of the following is not a debatable thesis statement? A.The United ...
April 28, 2010

research writing as a process
Question 10 What should you do once you have formulated a research question? A.determine your definitive stance on the issue B.take a nap; this is the easy part c.study APA format D. collect information about the topic Question 11 What questions should you ask yourself as you ...
April 28, 2010

research writing as a process
6.What's the next step to choosing a topic once you've identified a general subject? narrowing the topic formulating a thesis thinking about the nature of writing finding a general topic Question 7 What question should you consider when narrowing the topic? Where is my...
April 28, 2010

research writing as a process
Question 1 What is one of the first steps in a research project? to think about the purpose of the research project. to consult a writing center tutor to formulate a thesis statement to find all the research you'll need Question 2 Which of the following is a goal you may ...
April 28, 2010

critically anazlyzing images and using them
Question 16 Images help to send messages, so we should choose our images based on ____________________. what the audience wants to see our own favorite images how we analyze our audience, what our underlying claims are, what logic we use, and what emotions we want to provoke ...
April 28, 2010

critically anazlyzing images and using them
Question 12 Which of the following visual arguments contains an ethical appeal? none of the above 1 a bar chart of 2003 housing construction sales per state an advertisement for corn seed that shows a farmer and his family standing next to a tractor with their farmstead ...
April 28, 2010

critically anazlyzing images and using them
Question 7 Television and print advertisements ____________________. are unbiased; after all, viewers can see the facts themselves may appear unbiased, but they are attempting to shape our opinions by showing viewers the facts they choose to present none of the above are ...
April 28, 2010

critically anazlyzing images and using them
Question 1 Which of the following is NOT a question to consider when analyzing visual images? Who produced the image? If there is a foreground and a background, what is in each? What are its parts, do they belong together, or do they contrast with one another? What does the ...
April 28, 2010

Using souces and avoiding plagirism
Question 4 What is a summary? a brief restatement using your own words an extended restatement that includes in-depth analysis a brief restatement using quotations an exact quotation of the main idea my answer a brief restatement using your own words
April 28, 2010

Using souces and avoiding plagirism
Which of the following is correct? a quotation is the record of your original source’s main point in your own words a quotation is the record of the exact words of your source indicated by quotation marks a quotation is the record of the exact words of your source ...
April 28, 2010

English
Question 8 5 points Save Use quotation marks when you introduce what sort of information? a speaker’s name as well as what the speaker says familiar material titles of your essays definitions of words my answer familiar material
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
ok I got the answer Long quotations of more than four lines
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
Question 16 Use quotation marks to set off the exact words of someone else in all but which of the following options? Up to three lines of poetry A brief phrase Short quoted passages of less than four lines Long quotations of more than four lines my answer a brief phrase
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
Up to three lines of poetry
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
Question 16 Use quotation marks to set off the exact words of someone else in all but which of the following options? Up to three lines of poetry A brief phrase Short quoted passages of less than four lines Long quotations of more than four lines C
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
familiar material
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
Question 8 5 points Save Use quotation marks when you introduce what sort of information? a speaker’s name as well as what the speaker says familiar material titles of your essays definitions of words MY ANSWER A
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
Question 9 5 points Save Which form of punctuation follows the quotation mark? a period a semicolon a question mark when the quoted material is a question an exclamation mark when the quoted material is exclamatory in nature MY ANSWER B
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
When quoting two lines of poetry, what should you do? set off the lines as you would a longer quotation insert the lines the way you would any other quote, but in between the two lines of poetry, insert a slash insert the lines the way you would any other quote, but in between...
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
When you want to add material to the quoted information, what do you do? put brackets around the added material put single quote marks around the added material put parentheses around the borrowed material avoid doing this--there is no need to add material to borrowed ...
April 27, 2010

English
Short quoted passages of less than four lines
April 27, 2010

English
Question 16 Use quotation marks to set off the exact words of someone else in all but which of the following options? Up to three lines of poetry A brief phrase Short quoted passages of less than four lines Long quotations of more than four lines MY ANSWER B
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
Question 2 Save If you want to remove words and phrases from borrowed material you’re quoting, what do you do? you should not remove words and phrases from quotes; you should always use the entire quote you insert an ellipsis to represent the omitted material use dashes ...
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
1.Which of the following is one reason to use quotation marks in a sentence? to show you have used someone’s exact words in your paper and the quote is under four lines to mark an indirect quote to show paraphrased information you borrowed from a source to mark a quote ...
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
13.Use ________ for direct quotes. quotation marks hyphens exclamation marks dashes My answer A
April 27, 2010

English Qutation Marks
4.When quoting two lines of poetry, what should you do? set off the lines as you would a longer quotation insert the lines the way you would any other quote, but in between the two lines of poetry, insert a slash insert the lines the way you would any other quote, but in ...
April 27, 2010

English Qutation Marks
Please correct the paragraph below, adding punctuation and paragraph format as needed. Ashley never makes a mistake said Tom. It must be hard being so perfect Mary added. I believe it is grinned Samantha but then, I am only guessing. Lord knows I’ve made my share of ...
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
Question 16 Use quotation marks to set off the exact words of someone else in all but which of the following options? Up to three lines of poetry A brief phrase Short quoted passages of less than four lines Long quotations of more than four lines Question 17 In a direct ...
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
quotation marks for 12
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
Question 12 Put ________ around a person's exact words. parentheses dashes commas quotation marks Question 13 Use ________ for direct quotes. quotation marks hyphens exclamation marks dashes answer for 13 A
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
Please correct the paragraph below, adding punctuation and paragraph format as needed. Ashley never makes a mistake said Tom. It must be hard being so perfect Mary added. I believe it is grinned Samantha but then, I am only guessing. Lord knows I’ve made my share of ...
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
Question 1 Which of the following is one reason to use quotation marks in a sentence? to show you have used someone’s exact words in your paper and the quote is under four lines to mark an indirect quote to show paraphrased information you borrowed from a source to mark a...
April 27, 2010

Using souces and avoiding plagirism
Question 13 Which of the following is incorrect? quote when the writer’s words are especially vivid quote when you have run out of your own ideas quote when a paraphrase would be less clear quote when the words the source uses are important to the discussion Question 14 ...
April 27, 2010

QUOTATION MARKS
Question 16 Use quotation marks to set off the exact words of someone else in all but which of the following options? Up to three lines of poetry A brief phrase Short quoted passages of less than four lines Long quotations of more than four lines My Answer B
April 27, 2010

Using souces and avoiding plagirism
use quotations frequently
April 27, 2010

Using souces and avoiding plagirism
12.Which of the following is incorrect? use quotations that illustrate the author’s own viewpoint introduce quotations with words that signal the relationship of the quotation with the rest of your discussion use quotations frequently use quotations as evidence or as ...
April 27, 2010

Using souces and avoiding plagirism
my answers 4.B 5.B 6.B 7.B 8.A 9.B 10.D 11.
April 27, 2010

Using souces and avoiding plagirism
Question 4 What is a summary? a brief restatement using your own words an extended restatement that includes in-depth analysis a brief restatement using quotations an exact quotation of the main idea Question 5 Which of the following is not a characteristic of a summary? ...
April 27, 2010

Finding and evaluating sources
What clues about the worth of a source might the index or table of contents tell you?
April 27, 2010

Finding and evaluating sources
MY ANSWER C the works of Mark Twain
April 27, 2010

Finding and evaluating sources
Question 18 Of the following sources, which would provide the most in-depth information? full-text journal article from library database newspaper article article abstract from library database general encyclopedia article Question 19 Publication dates would be most important ...
April 27, 2010

Finding and evaluating sources
Question 15 Now that you have a list of citations and their accompanying bibliographic information, what question is not relevant when evaluating the source's audience? Can you tell who the author's intended audience is? Can you determine if the audience is suited to ...
April 27, 2010

Finding and evaluating sources
12.These sources of information provide up-to-date and generally reliable information about current events. Newspapers and news organizations Scholarly articles Serious trade books and articles Sponsored Web sites MY ANSWER A
April 27, 2010

Finding and evaluating sources
When using search engines, how do you conduct searches that include two or more items? use and between the terms use but between the terms use not between the terms use for between the terms MY Answer A
April 27, 2010

Finding and evaluating sources
Now that you have a list of citations and their accompanying bibliographic information, what question is not relevant when evaluating the author of a source? How reputable is the author? Who considers the author an expert? Is this the last book the author has published in this...
April 27, 2010

Finding and evaluating sources
1.When should you begin choosing appropriate sources for your topic? as soon as you get the assignment after the rough draft is due as soon as you have a good working thesis statement after you decide how long your essay will be Question 2 What qualities should you look for in...
April 27, 2010

Adjectives and Adverbs
This modifier illustrates the rule that adverbs of two syllables take more, most and less, least. more quickly least dignified prettier larger
April 27, 2010

Adjectives and Adverbs
This modifier illustrates the rule that adjectives of two syllables vary. If the word ends in -y, change the y to i and add -er, -est endings. Otherwise, some two-syllable adjectives take -er, -est endings. Others take more, most and less, least. nearer mellowest least sweetly...
April 27, 2010

Adjectives and Adverbs
This modifier illustrates the rule that adjectives of two syllables vary. If the word ends in -y, change the y to i and add -er, -est endings. Otherwise, some two-syllable adjectives take -er, -est endings. Others take more, most and less, least. smaller sillier most safely ...
April 27, 2010

Adjectives and Adverbs
This modifier illustrates the rule that adjectives of two syllables vary. If the word ends in -y, change the y to i and add -er, -est endings. Otherwise, some two-syllable adjectives take -er, -est endings. Others take more, most and less, least. happiest biggest most simply ...
April 27, 2010

Adjectives and Adverbs
Question 1 This modifier illustrates the rule that adjectives of two syllables vary. If the word ends in -y, change the y to i and add -er, -est endings. Otherwise, some two-syllable adjectives take -er, -est endings. Others take more, most and less, least. more quickly least ...
April 27, 2010

Physics
Two converging lenses are placed 31.0 cm apart. The focal length of the lens on the right is 22.0 cm, and the focal length of the lens on the left is 15.0 cm. An object is placed to the left of the 15.0 cm focal-length lens. A final image from both lenses is inverted and ...
April 27, 2010

word order
Where should adjectives be placed?
April 26, 2010

word order
What do adverbs describe when they are placed before the noun? the gerund the verb the noun the adjective MY ANSWER the adjective
April 26, 2010

word order
Which is the most logical order for adjectives? size, shape, color color, size, material material, nationality, size age, shape, size my answer A
April 26, 2010

word order
Where should adverbs be placed?
April 26, 2010

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