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Posts by Hayley

Total # Posts: 243

Science
How is geotropism/gravitropism related to roots and shoots?
March 8, 2012

chemistry
How do i calculate the concentration of H2O2 after 150 mL of distilled water is added to 30 mL of 1.0 M of H2O2?
March 5, 2012

Health
1. What is needed to make blood cells? 2. What pair of workers is needed to produce estrogen? 3. What is needed to produce eleven hormones that control the actions of other endocrine glands? 4. What is needed to pass oxygen from lungs into blood vessels and welcome carbon ...
December 4, 2011

math
use the bus shelter method to work out 1/8 as a decimal
September 22, 2011

Physics
A car accelerates uniformly in a straight line from rest at the rate of 2.7 m/s 2 . What is the speed of the car after it has traveled 58 m? Answer in m/s
September 18, 2011

Science
1.How can a model be used to determine possible sources of error in an experiment and to identify questions for further investigation?
August 22, 2011

physics
how long does it take an automobile traveling at 76.9 km/h to become even with a car that is traveling in another lane at 57.9 km/h if the cars' front bumpers are initially 145 m apart?
August 22, 2011

Math
The table shows the driving distance from certain cities. From To Driving Dis mi Pittsburgh Johnstown 55 Johnstown Allentown 184 1. Write a number sentence that compares the mileage from Pittsburgh to Johnstown to Allentown, and the mileage from Allentown to Johnstown to ...
August 19, 2011

Math
The table shows the driving distance from certain cities. From To Driving Dis(mi) Pittsburgh Johnstown 55 Johnstown Allentown 184 1. Write a number sentence that compares the mileage from Pittsburgh to Johnstown to Allentown, and the mileage from Allentown to Johnstown to ...
August 18, 2011

Science
Thanks:)
August 17, 2011

Science
I have to use the terms hypothesis, controlled experiment, and variable in the same sentence.
August 17, 2011

Math
2x+11y=9 4x-8y=0 how do I solve this system of equations?
August 14, 2011

Comm 155
I recently(adverb) bought my(adj) kids their favorite(adj) movie Rio. They have been eagerly(adv) and patiently(adv) waiting for it to come out on DVD. Rio is about a blue(adj) macaw named Blue who is brought(adj) to Rio de Janeiro to breed with the last(adv) known female blue...
August 14, 2011

Comm 155
my assignment is: Use at least five adverbs and five adjectives to write a 150- to 300-word review of a movie, sporting event, musical performance, or television show. • Bold all adverbs. • Underline all adjectives. • Compare the event to one or more similar ...
August 14, 2011

geometry
pi* sorry for the misspell :) I'm hungry so pie sounds yummier doesn't it? anyways, good luck with your geometry :)
June 14, 2011

geometry
Actually, you don't have to multiply by pie. I take the same course as this anonymous person and I got 100 on my assignment. You just multiply 2.25 times the 3 and you have your answer :)
June 14, 2011

English
1.At what time should Jill and Amy's parents pick ___ up after the party? 2.As we approached the house, one of the dogs began to wag ___ tail. 3.Both of the horses jumped over the low fence between ___ coral and the field. 4.If you want to have a dog, you will have to ...
May 4, 2011

English
2.was 4.Most, is 5.have
May 3, 2011

English
1.The brilliant blue waters (make, makes) the area popular. 2.Either Sydney, Australia, or Budapest, Hungary (were, was) settled by the British. 3.In Bahrain (is, are) located important oil reserves. 4.(More, Most) of the world's population (is, are) in Asia than anywhere ...
May 3, 2011

English
1.Either Max or Neil (know, knows) the answer to that question. 2.All of us (want, wants) to see that movie next week. 3.Her aunt and uncle (own, owns) a ranch in Wyoming. 4.(Was, Were) you standing at the bus stop when the rain started? 1.knows 2.want 3.own 4.Were
May 3, 2011

English
They
April 12, 2011

English
1. Them are the juiciest oranges that I have ever eaten. I have to replace incorrect pronoun with correct pronoun. 1. Replace I with we
April 12, 2011

English
1. The finalists in the chess tournament were her and I. 2. Them and Jack want to go to the circus on Friday night. 3.Sara told him and I about the new restaurant. 4.Did Lawrence read the article about volcanoes to she and her sister. 5.Whom will bring the refreshments for the...
April 11, 2011

English
Mr. Takagi is the (principle, principal) violinist in the orchestra. So in the sentence would it be principal?
April 6, 2011

English
Could you please explain #4 so I can understand between the two?
April 6, 2011

English
1. The guide (lead, led) the hikers to the river. 2. Marlo has (passed, past) the fitness test with flying colors. 3. By the time we got to the store, it was (already, all ready) closed. 4.Honesty is just one of the (principals, principles) of Tamika's moral code. 5.We ...
April 6, 2011

English
1. I (past, passed) the library on my way to the grocery store. 1. past
April 5, 2011

English
1. You (passed, past) the boat launch a few miles back. 2. The bus drove (passed, past) the bus stop without stopping. 1. passed 2. past
April 5, 2011

Modern History
Okay! Thanks
March 31, 2011

Modern History
I've got to compose a thesis for my modern history paper on Hitler or Stalin. We are looking at studies of power, in particular the abuse thereof. I'm normally an A grade student but both thesis' I've proposed were either just a statement or too broad. I would ...
March 31, 2011

Social Studies
Describe and define the types of government that the different city-states chose for themselves. I mean about Crete- Or minoans
March 22, 2011

math
a figure on the left is the base of a right solid whose sides are 10 centimeters tall. what is the volume of the solid in cubic centimeters?
March 9, 2011

English
1. The news about the hurricane is _____ in the newspaper. comparative form of clear) 2. My brother has seen this movie _____ than he has seen any other. (comparative form of often) 1.clearer 2.more often
March 1, 2011

English
1. (Who, Whom) wrote this poem about Knoxville, Tennessee? 2. Has anyone told told Maya or (she, her) about the opera? 3 .The coach was happy with (we, us) runners. 4. (Who, whom) should I thank for the tickets? 5. Mr. Yu helped (we, us) students in the library. 6. (Who, Whom...
February 28, 2011

English
1. (Who, Whom) wrote this poem about Knoxville, Tennessee? 2. Has anyone told told Maya or (she, her) about the opera? 3 .The coach was happy with (we, us) runners. 4. (Who, whom) should I thank for the tickets? 5. Mr. Yu helped (we, us) students in the library. 6. (Who, Whom...
February 28, 2011

English
Thanks. I think I got hang of it now.
February 28, 2011

English
1.The winner of the essay contest was (she, her). 2.(Who, Whom) did you baby-sit for yesterday? 3.Next year, (we, us) students will go to the Museum of Natural History. 4.Mrs. Hsing made Lily and (they, them) new costumes. 5.The ball landed between Austin and (I, me). 6. It ...
February 28, 2011

English
1. My parents are proud of Mina and (we, us). 2. The wranglers gave (he, him) some roping lessons. 3. My sister and (she, her) stayed after school. 4. We are responsible for all of (they, them). 5. (We, Us) Simpsons love this movie. 6. (Who, Whom) will you meet at camp? 1.us 2...
February 28, 2011

Math
Thanks for your help. Have a good night.
February 27, 2011

Math
1. 3(1+4)=(3X1)+(3X4) Would this be Distributive Property
February 27, 2011

Math
1. 4+7=7+4 2. 9+5+3=3+5+9 3. 5(7+1)=35+3 4. (1+2)+3=1+(2+3) 5. 6(a-3)=6a-18 6. (9+5)+4=5+(4+9) A. Associative Prop of Addition B. Associative Prop of Multiplication C. Commutative Prop of Addition D. Commutative Prop of Multiplication E. Distributive Prop 1.A 2.C 3.E 4.A 5.E 6...
February 27, 2011

Math
Would it be E?
February 27, 2011

Math
1. 3+2+1=1+2+3 2. 3(1+4)=(3x1)+(3X4) 3. 9(5+6)=45+54 4. 9+(4+3)=(4+3)+9 5. (9+7)+6=9+(7+6) 6. 5(a+7)=5a+35 A. Associative Prop. of Addition B. Associative Prop. of Multiplication C. Commutative Prop. of Addition D. Commutative Prop. of Multiplication E. Distributive Prop. 1.C ...
February 27, 2011

English
Thank you
February 6, 2011

English
1.The fawn (lay, laid) down in the undergrowth. 2.Every night this week, the cat has (lain, laid) on the piano bench to sleep. 3.Have they (risen, raised) prices? 4.The balloon slowly (rises, raises) as the air heats up. 5. The bread dough is (rising, raising) in the pan. 1....
February 6, 2011

English
My grades have risen snow lay
February 6, 2011

English
1.Mom always (____) her glasses down somewhere and then can't find them. 2.No one could believe that Carol had been (___) near the dog the entire time. Use correct form of sit or set 1.sets 2.sitting 1.My grades have (----) a little each semester. 2.My father jokes that he...
February 6, 2011

English
1.All of the balloons on the string (popped) except two. 2.Do you (want) to buy those books? 3.Daniel's dog is (following) the trail to the river's edge. 4.For thirty years the noon whistle has (blown) exactly on time. 5.The players have (challenged) their parents to a...
January 28, 2011

English
1.Before she followed the white rabbit through the tiny door, Alice has (shrank, shrunk) to a very small size! 2.Vulcan's hammer (rang, rung) as he worked metal for the Roman gods. 3.Not only have I never (rode, ridden) a roller coaster, but I probably never will. 1.shrunk...
January 19, 2011

English
Thank you.
January 19, 2011

English
1.That cute little puppy has (stole, stolen) a biscuit. 2.The Boys Choir of Harlem has never (sang, sung) more beautifully. 3.Jimmy's toy sailboat had (sank, sunk) to the bottom. 4.Why had the dog (took, taken) the cell phone outside? 5.Why have all those people (swam, ...
January 19, 2011

English
1.After our guests had (ate, eaten), we all toured the city. 2.He (did, done) the experiment that very afternoon. 3.Lenny had never (drove, driven) a tractor before that day. 1.eaten 2.did 3.driven
January 18, 2011

English
1.It is amazing that no one has ever (fell, fallen) off that latter. 2.Have you (ate, eaten) at the new Philippine restaurant? 1.fell 2.eaten
January 18, 2011

English
1.The chessboard and pieces were placed so that (it, they) could be seen well. 2.The players and the observers looked at (his or her, their) watches. 3.Either the bishop or the knight will lose (its, their) powerful position. 4.Neither the players nor the observers expressed (...
January 5, 2011

English
We're studying subject after the verb. 1.(Has, Have) your neighbors moved to Phoenix yet? 2.There (is,are) fifty states in the United States. 3.(Is, Are) the loaves of bread in the oven? 4.(was, Were) your parents born in Sweden? 5.(Has, Have) Marie and Nina looked at the ...
January 4, 2011

english
1.Neither Dan nor Bob likes onions on his sandwich. Identify incorrect pronoun and write correct one. 1.his--their
January 3, 2011

English
1.Gold and silver gain worth from its rarity. Identfiy if pronoun is incorrect and write correct pronoun. 1.its-their
January 3, 2011

5th grade
That's still not 100 people. Thanks though
December 2, 2010

5th grade
If tickets are $.50 for children $2.00 men $3.00 women Explain how 100 people can purchase tickets for $100. No money left over and at least 1 man, 1 woman, and 1 child included
December 2, 2010

Math
The ocean covers about 71% of the Earth's surface. If the total surface area of the Earth is about 510 million square kilometers, how many square kilometers are covered by the ocean? 362.10
November 30, 2010

English
I have to identify the word group in () as independent clause or not an independent clause
November 30, 2010

English
1.The great wall is no longer needed for defense. It has become a major tourist attraction. 2.Much of the wall was in ruins in A.D. 1368. 3.Parts of the wall were built long ago. The different sections were connected into the Great Wall about 2,200 years ago. 4.The Great Wall ...
November 29, 2010

English
I guess I'm not understanding this completely. I thought these were the correct answers.
November 29, 2010

English
1.The Great Wall is no longer needed for defense, but it has become a major tourist attraction. 2.Much of the wall was in ruins when the Ming dynasty took power in A.D. 1368. 3.Parts of the wall were built as long as 2,500 years, but the different sections were connected into ...
November 29, 2010

English
The Ming government began rebuilding in the fifteenth century. Much of their work remains today. 4.The wall is high as thirty-five feet. The width can reach twenty-five feet
November 29, 2010

English
The Ming government began rebuilding in the fifteenth century, and much of their work remains today. The wall is high as thirty-five feet, and the width can reach twenty-five feet.
November 29, 2010

English
1.It was built entirely by hand. 2.Several Chinese states began to build walls for protection. 3.The Ming government began rebuilding the crumbling ruins in the fifteenth century, and much of their work remains today. 4.The wall is as high as thirty-five feet, and the width ...
November 29, 2010

English
We can't use that photograph because Maria blinked while it was taken. Tell if compound or complex sentence complex
November 21, 2010

Math
Mr. Frost is painting his garage, which has a surface area of 500 square feet. He has 1 3/4 gallons of paint. If one gallon of paint covers 150 square feet, how much more paint must Mr. Frost buy? Show your work. Please help.
November 21, 2010

English
1.Whenever the tide goes out, an island reappears in the canal. tell if compound or complex complex
November 18, 2010

English
Thanks. I had complex first then I changed it.
November 18, 2010

English
1. Now that I use e-mail, I write to my cousins much more often. tell if compound or complex compound
November 18, 2010

English
Thank you very much.
November 17, 2010

English
So this sentence is a complex sentence?
November 17, 2010

English
Between Asia and Africa lies a land bridge that is known as the Sinai Peninsula. Would this be a simple sentence?
November 17, 2010

English
When you are looking at a work by Monet, stand back at least fifteen or twenty feet. simple, compound, complex, compound-complex complex
November 17, 2010

English
As it happens, you're right and I'm wrong. Tell if compound, complex, simple, compound-complex complex
November 17, 2010

Englsih
1.who told us about computers 2.since the club meets in the afternoon 3.through the puddles. 4.before we ate dinner 5.toward us Use each phrase and clause in sentence then underline word that phrase/clause modifies. 1.The man who told us about computers took a course in ...
November 16, 2010

English
Thanks Ms. Sue
November 2, 2010

English
I thought linking verbs were intransitive
November 2, 2010

English
I have to identify if the verb is transitive or intransitive. 1.Eddie must be the fastest runner on the team. 2. We were the largest class in the history of the school. 1.must be=intransitive 2.were=intransitive
November 2, 2010

English
Be sure to bring your skates in before the rain starts. 2.The boy clasped the money tightly in his hand. 3.What do you think you'd find over the rainbow? 4.High above the mountain, the hawks wheeled in lazy circles. 5.A fire blazed inside, welcoming the weary travelers. I ...
October 27, 2010

English
On the table lies a very hard old bookmark. 2.You should not fold any pages in a library book. 3. Lately, I have been reading more nonfiction books. 4. During the week Mom is entirely too busy to read. 5. She recommends especially enjoyable books to all her friends. adverb=...
October 27, 2010

English
Put the water into the pan first.
October 27, 2010

English
Bamboo belongs to the grass family. I have to tell if the verb is transitive or intransitive. belongs is the verb and it's intransitive
October 18, 2010

Algebra
Ms. Sue, i got 12.5 by 12.5. thus giving me a square foot of 156.25. is this what you got for your answer?
October 17, 2010

Algebra
You have 50 yards of fencing to enclose a rectangular region. Find the dimensions of the rectangle that maximize the enclosed area. What is the maximum area?
October 17, 2010

4th grade English
I have to pick out the adjectives
September 22, 2010

4th grade English
It is also one of the oldest lakes on earth. oldest-adjective Hundreds of animals are found only in Lake Baikal or the nearby area. hundreds-adjective nearby-adjective
September 22, 2010

4th grade english
How can I use the phrase "having been introduced to the guest of honor" in a complete sentence?
August 10, 2010

Math
What Is The Least Common Multiples Of 250 And 30?
May 16, 2010

biology yr 12
please help i have 2 biology questions. identify examples of transgenic species and their uses, in both plants and animals. and use available evidence to debate the ethical issues arising from the development and use of transgenic species. thankyou :)
March 10, 2010

12th grade Textiles
discuss how economic and technological factors have influenced the success or failure of the designer collette Dinnigan.
March 7, 2010

6th grade math
6 cups to = 3 pints
March 2, 2010

4th grade Science
How is the composition of Uranus different from Earth?
November 29, 2009

SCIENCE
This assignment is dealing with the electromagnetic spectrum. I have some questions to ask you. 1. Which waves can be used to SEE molecules? 2. Why can't you use visible light to SEE molecules? 3. Some insects like bees can SEE light of shorter wavelengths than humans can ...
November 23, 2009

LANGUAGE Arts
How to write an expository essay?
November 17, 2009

4th grade
I have saw two volcanoes before. I have seen two volcanoes before. which sentence sounds better?
October 1, 2009

english
Are there any songs that have lyrics with a similar voice/diction to the poet Gary Soto? (More specifically, his diction in the poem "Oranges.") I kind of need an answer by tomorrow morning! Please help!
September 20, 2009

5th grade Math
You want to estimate 5.25-3.3. Why would using front-end estimation and adjusting tell you more about the answer than rounding?
September 4, 2009

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