I have to identify the word in () as either adverb or preposition and if it's a preposition I have to list its object. 1.I'm sure he let the dog come (in) last night. 2.The bus drove (past) the people waiting at the bus stop. 1. adverb 2.preposition-people
I have one more to check. Restaurants and shops line the banks of the Thomas River in London. line=intransitive
Can you tell me if these are correct? I have to tell if the verb is transitive or intransitive. 1. Charles Dickens described the slums of London in his novels. 2. Terrible slums and poverty existed along the riverbanks. 3. In ancient times, traders from other countries sailed ...
box of chalk and 2 staplers cost $10.00. Three boxes of chalk and 2 staplers cost $18.00. How much is a box of chalk and a stapler?
It is also one of the oldest lakes in the entire world. I have to identify the adjectives. oldest
6th grade Math
Please help me solve. (3y+2y)-1y+7=51
Simplify. #1. 5(2-i) - 3(4+3i) ..my work: 10-5i-12-9i -2-14i Do you leave this as the answer or can you simplify it further? #2. (2-i√2)²
What is the freezing point of a solution of AlCl3 that contains 55.0 g AlCl3 dissolved in 390 g of water?
4th grade math
Meg's dog Angel eats 4 1/4 c of food each day. Explain how Meg can determine how much food to give Angel if she needs to feed him only 2/3 as much. Need help solving.
How do I get a fraction to it's simplest form?
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