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July 28, 2014

July 28, 2014

Total # Posts: 64

**English**

Ok Thank you so much ma'am for your help!

**English**

Yes Ma'am Ms.Sue and it was wrong. I am thinking this may be the answer but not totally sure. Answer choice C C. Whitman believes that he can predict what people who read his poetry in the future will think.

**English**

What can you infer about the poet’s attitude about humanity from these lines in “Song of Myself”? These are really the thoughts of all men in all ages and lands, they are not original with me, / If they are not yours as much as mine they are nothing, or next to ...

**math**

the sum of 11terms of A.P is 891.find the 28th and 45th terms if the common difference is 45

**government**

The United States government puts high tariffs on a certain product that is imported from other countries. What effect does this have in the United States? A. U.S. producers have to compete more with the imported product. B. The product costs more in the U.S. that on the world...

**english**

Judging by the behavior of Cassius and Brutus in Act IV, what prediction might you make about their battle with Antony? A. Brutus will betray Cassius and join Antony's army. B. Cassius and Brutus will not work well together in battle. C. Cassius will betray Brutus and join...

**english**

Which of the following lines from the story is an example of indirect characterization? A. “The old lady had not heard him; only Chig had heard.” B. “She smiled. She had all her teeth, but they were too perfect to be her own.” C. “They had been met at ...

**English**

When previewing the following lines from Sonnet 18, how many sentences should readers plan to read fluently? So long as men can breathe, or eyes can see, So long lives this, and this gives life to thee. A. two B. none C. four D. one

**alg**

Write an equation of a line whose graph is parallel to the graph of y = 3x – 10.

**Lit**

Sterling Browns Riverbank Blues. Who do you think Brown wrote this for and who was the audience?

**earth**

I think it might be D.

**earth**

haha okay thnx again ^_^ much appreciated

**earth**

answered most of your Q's :) and thanks for answering mine! :P

**earth**

A.

**earth**

D.

**earth**

A.

**earth**

either A. or D.

**earth**

B. convection

**earth**

yes its B.

**earth**

I think its D. sea floor spreading

**earth**

C. melting

**MATH!!!**

how do I do 2(3g+2)=1/2(12g+8) ? is it possible?

**MATH!!!**

is w+3=w+6 possible? I don't know how to do this... <----

**MATH!!!**

How do I do w-3=w-6 ? Is it possible?

**MATH!!!**

how do I do 3(d+12)=8-4d ? Please! need help!!!!

**MATH**

how do i do 8t+5=6t+1 ?

**MATH**

How would i do 11w-9-7w=15 ?

**MATH HELP!!!!!!**

how would I solve the problem, 10=2/7n+4 ? Please I need help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

**MATH HELP!!!!!!**

how would I solve the problem, 10=2/7n+4 ? Please I need help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

**math**

how would I solve 10=7-m? I dont understand how to find the variable and I use flowchart!none of my math books show me how! so how can I solve problems like these?

**Reading & Lit**

Yes ma'am, sorry for the typo. I think it means double leg irons that prisoners wear.

**Reading & Lit**

Southern Road by Sterling Brown What does gDouble]shackledh mean?

**physics**

A CONVEX LENS PRODUCES O REAL AND INVERTED IMAGE 2.5 TIMES MAGNIFIED AT A DISTANCE OF 25CM FROM THE LENS.CALCULATE THE FOCAL LENGTH OF THE LENS,

**Lit**

Southern Road by Sterling Brown What do you think Sterling Brown means when he mentions the chain gang?

**sci**

The degree of intense A. Intensity B. Measurement C. Potential Energy D. Electricity I say B

**Math**

A line horizontally drawn from the center of the circle. A. Radius B. Axiom C. Circumference D. Vertex I chose a and I was told I was wrong Help please

**Vocab2**

A group that has exclusive business rights and titles. A. Company B. Corporation C. Investment D. Proprietorship I say b

**Vocab1**

Practices by a certain group of people A. Customs B. Beliefs C. Traditions D. Norms Can someone please help!!

**Vocab**

Basing the Results on Probability A. Calculation B. Abstraction C. Classification D. Relation I am saying calculations

**algebra**

an insect flies 20 ft. in 1 s. how fast does the insect fly in miles per hour? round to the nearest hundredth if necessary.

**math**

each member of the committee has agreed to sell 50 tickets to the fair. student tickets r $3 each and adult tickets r $5 each. let t represent the number of student tickets that u sell. write a simplified expression in terms of t for the total amount of money u raise for selli...

**Chemistry**

Thank you, I've done this and submitted it only keep getting it incorrect, so I was wondering what I could be doing wrong. Thank you

**Chemistry**

How many kilojoules are required to raise the temperature of a 150. g sample of silver from 25 °C to 135 °C? Silver has a specific heat of 0.235 J/g °C.

**Cochise College**

how many kilojoules are required to raise the temperature of a 150. g sample of silver from 25 °C to 135 °C? Silver has a specific heat of 0.235 J/g °C.

**math Help**

Okay so i know the domain of ~fx= 1 / (x^3-4x)~ is all real numbers except -2, 0, 2 so how do i express it in INTERVAL NOTATION? Thank You!

**math**

what is the domain for f(x)= 1 / (x^3-4x)? Thanks!

**math**

A bond has an average return of 6.8 percent and a standard deviation of 4.6 percent. What range of returns would you expect to see 68 percent of the time? a. 2.2 percent to 11.4 percent b. 4.6 percent to 11.4 percent c. 4.6 percent to 22.8 percent d. 11.4 percent to 22.8 perce...

**math**

Smith and Jones has two separate divisions. Division X produces custom work on a pre-paid basis only for long-term customers and therefore, is subject to less risk than division Y. The company has assigned a discount rate equal to the firm's WACC minus 2 percent to divisio...

**Reading**

Hi would it be ok if you can help me out in some of my school work because I can see that we took the same coarse. My e-mail address is crusita15 at ay oh el

**Grammar**

Oh, okay. I understand now. Thank you!

**Grammar**

Hi! My question is about prepositions/prepositional phrases. Here is an example sentence. "Think of the time you would save, not to mention the view." Would the first prepositional phrase be simply 'of the time' or would it include 'think' at the begi...

**CHEMISTRY**

if insulin has 6 cysteines, how many millimoles of IAA would be consumed in a blocking reaction containing 10 mmol of reduced insulin? mass of cysteine - 121 g/mol.

**Chess**

yes....thst us right

**Social Studies**

What do experts believed injluedced the Assyrians to become warriors?

**English**

Emily nice, sporty, cute, smart daughter of Tracey Softball, basketball, volleyball happy, joyful, cold love, friends, family laughter, help, peace snakes, Olivia, Julia Gabby, Hawaii, South Carolina Valley Center Last name

**MATH!!!**

yes!!! it is. GREAT JOB!!! See u knew the answer the whole time all u needed to do was to try. If you ever need help again I will be on!! Emi

**MATH!!!**

U need to try and figure it out and then ask if it is right. Jiskha is not a tell u the answer website. It is a try and then ask!! OK!!! Now figure it out then ask and then I will help u!! GOOD LUCK!

**writing**

One reason is that the month would be longer another is that hopfuly would have more snow days!! I can't think of anymore.

**chemistry**

in dealing with alcohol mechinisms, how do you know when to do dyhydration (elimination) or substitution? is it secondary and teritary undergo both Sn1 & E1 and primary undergo Sn2 and E2. or is one mech actually preferred? it seems like H2SO4 is always dehydration.

**chemistry**

what chemical properties of the nitrogenous bases contribute to stability of DNA?

**chemistry**

a solution in which no more solid can be dissolved is referred to as ???? Saturated?

**chemistry!**

[blank] mL of 6.0 M H2SO4 are needed to prepare 300 mL of 1.0 M H2SO4 solution. 50 mL x M = mL x M (works for dilution problems but not for all stoichiometry problems.)

**Chemistry**

Why doesn't potassium ion K+ from KMnO4 appear in the following two unbalanced equations: MnO4– + C2O42– Mn2+ + CO2 MnO4– + Fe2+ Mn2+ + Fe3+ ? The potassium ion is a spectator ion. You have written ionic equations (but omitted the arrows to separate the reac...

**acids and alkalis**

those at the top are wrong most of those are acids so expect your homework to be marked wrong if you trust this site to help and i am a "Sciense Boff" so say many and sometimes the tutors.

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