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English
i need help finding the themes of this essay. i know that 1 possible theme is about losing something when you learn something. But my teacher said there was another theme on " the importance to look in-dept" i'm not sure what he meant by that. Mark Twain's 2 ...
January 31, 2009

English
thanks for your feedbacks. However, my teacher told us that for this essay, the real thesis is in the last 2 paragraph. And because that this isn't written in regular english, it gets more confusing.
January 28, 2009

English
can someone tell me what is going on in this essay and the thesis of it. i'm so confused.....
January 28, 2009

English
Nothing seems at first sight less important than the outward form of human actions, yet there is nothing upon which men set more store; they grow used to everything except to living in a so- ciety which has not their own manners. The influence of the social and political state...
January 28, 2009

physics
What was the answer?
January 27, 2009

Physics
Using the following equation: F=ma Solve for m.
January 26, 2009

school
is fun
January 24, 2009

CHemistry....Please help
thats rite
January 22, 2009

Math
yes
January 21, 2009

chemistry
what are pure substances
January 21, 2009

Social Studies
What is a right action; good quality? We are learning about India, and I'm not sure what it is asking here.
January 20, 2009

Math
The temperature dropped from 44 degrees farenheit to -56 degrees farenheit in Browning Montana in a 24 hour period. By how many degrees did the temperature change?
January 5, 2009

math probability
this is a probability question... Suppose you are asked to choose a whole number between 1 and 13 inclusive. (a) what is the probability that it is odd?...7/13 (b) What is the probability that it is even?...6/13 (c) what is the probability that it is a multiple of 3?...4/13 (d...
December 18, 2008

history
What parallel patterns do the law of april 6 and the intolerable acts have in common? How are they different?
December 16, 2008

Physics
On July 19, 1969, Apollo II's orbit around the moon was adjusted to an average height of 188 kilometers above the moon's surface. The radius of the moon is 1810 kilometers, and the mass of the moon is 7.3 x 1022 kilograms. a. At what speed did it orbit the moon? b. How...
December 15, 2008

please help me unscramble this word
Qobusteiu
December 11, 2008

algebra
2 (3x-2)
December 8, 2008

algebra
can someone please help with this problem ? (3X-2)2squared thank you
December 8, 2008

science
I don't think mosquitoes live long enough that acquired resistance to insecticide exposure would be a factor. But the bacteria analogy is correct. What happens is that natural resistance to insecticides varies in a given population of mosquitoes. When they are sprayed, ...
December 4, 2008

college
math 116 appendix D
December 3, 2008

Math
if shirt's are sold 3 for $50 how much would it cost if you bought 14 shirts?
December 2, 2008

government
How would one distinguish successful from unsuccessful assertions of judicial power? What is it that puts Marbury in one class and Dred Scott in another?
December 1, 2008

ponctuation, mechanisme, and writing
After sliding into second base, Alex realized the outfileder had dropped the ball.
November 27, 2008

Tobacco
Native Americans have cultivated tobacco since around 4,000 years ago. They may have used it as early as 15,000 years ago.
November 26, 2008

Government
What are some of the issues that the US Department of Commerce deals with? Any links or suggestions are most welcome. Thanks!
November 24, 2008

Calculus
For cosa, do you mean -1/2?
November 16, 2008

Calculus
Thanks. I didn't think my answer made any sense. I tried to do too much, instead of taking the derivative of the law of cosines equation, which I had used initially...
November 16, 2008

Calculus
Is 4.39 rad/hour right?
November 16, 2008

Calculus
On a certain clock the minute hand is 4 inches long and the hour hand is 3 inches long. How fast is the distance between the tips of the hands changing at 4 pm?
November 16, 2008

science
List five physical properties of a quarter.
November 15, 2008

Science
how does a time/distance graph look. What soes a horizantal and diagonal line mean.
November 15, 2008

Science
Solve two speed problems with a different missing part of the formula.
November 15, 2008

Science
Give an example of when average speed would be used instead of instantaenous speed.
November 15, 2008

Science
List the particles that make up an atom. What are their charges? How are they arranged? What is the approxiamate amu of each particle?
November 15, 2008

food
Roma tomatoes are a traditional Italian ingredient, which isn't to say that Italians don't use other cultivars of tomato.
November 11, 2008

chemistry
The average speed of a hydrogen molecule at 20*C is 1930m/s. What is the wavelength of the H2 molecule at this temperature?
November 8, 2008

Science riddle
stupid
November 6, 2008

human behavior
If a person is not famous, why do people watch that person(they dont do anything illegal). What makes people superstitious?
November 4, 2008

Chemistry
How is the temperature change in an alcohol related to how storng the intermolecular forces are?
October 30, 2008

5th grade math
10 squared - 10 + 3 = 93 where do the parentheses go
October 27, 2008

calc
is this correct? the derivative of A=.5absin(theta) where a and b are constants, is A'=.5ab*cos(theta)
October 26, 2008

Calculus
thank you so much, that makes so much more sense now!!!
October 26, 2008

Calculus
Find the values for which f(x) = x^10-10x and if 0 (less than or equal) to x (which is less than or equal to) 2. a) f(x)has a local max or local min. Indicate which ones are max and which are mins. b) f(x) has a global max or global min could you kind of give me a hint on how ...
October 26, 2008

Calc
How would you find the derivative of (3/(x^3-4)) by using the chain rule?
October 24, 2008

world geography
I need help in this exam 6648y does anyone have it
October 24, 2008

math
would it be 6 zeros?
October 23, 2008

math
assume polynomial f has exactly two local maxes and one local min. what is the largest # of possible zeros of the function???
October 23, 2008

Science
6 object that do not reflect light?
October 22, 2008

spanish
The verb gustar refers to the direct object. The literal meaning of gusta is "it is pleasing" or "it pleases." Le is referring to the person who is pleased by the object. Therefore, gustar refers to the object and not the person. If the object is plural, ...
October 21, 2008

science
Oxycontin is one of the strongest.
October 20, 2008

Religion.... I think you will know this.....
Jesus was Caucasian. Not much is known about him historically, but it's certain he was a Palestinian Jew, and as such, a semite. Semitic peoples are Caucasian. It should be noted that the concept of race among humans is complex, because humans travel, and are promiscuous--...
October 20, 2008

Statistic
n = [(z*sigma)/E]² = [1.96*$4,500)/$100]² = ($77,792,400 / $10,000) = 7,779.24 = 7,780
October 20, 2008

math-calc
show that 1-(x/2) is the tangent line approximation to 1/sq rt(1+x) near x=0 i know the formula for apprx. is y = f(a)+f'(a)(x-a) but i don't understand how to work backwards to get this.
October 19, 2008

Plz help ASAP... Biology!!
Why might the process of photosynthesis be considered a bridge between the living and nonliving parts of the world?? Thanks in advance.
October 19, 2008

science
Having a problem with this question.. Why might the process of photosynthesis be considered a bridge between the living and nonliving parts of the world??
October 19, 2008

Math
How do i find area? its length times width right?
October 19, 2008

Physics
As you drive down the road at 21 m/s you press on the gas pedal and speed up with a uniform acceleration of 1.24 m/s2 for 0.60 s. If the tires on your car have a radius of 33 cm, what is their angular displacement during this period of acceleration? in radians
October 19, 2008

Philosophy
It sort of depends on where you draw the line, but older political philosophies would include those of Plato, Aristotle, Montesquieu, Locke, Hegel, Hobbes, etc. Older moral or ethical philosophy is embodied in the Biblical traditions, Buddhism, etc, as well as, again, Plato, ...
October 19, 2008

Bio
I suggest searching "mycelia" or "mycelium" for the first and "fungal fruiting body" for the second. Wikipedia works, or general Googling. Also, try "mushroom."
October 15, 2008

history
i have already looked at these sources and i need specific ones that really showcase how he was a really good politician and more on his PHILOSOPHIES
October 15, 2008

history
Between Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson, how did Alexander create a greater lasting influence upon the American political traditions as a result of their political principles and philosophy?
October 15, 2008

S.S 8 grade
i for get some definions on centrey and i want to know
October 13, 2008

Instrumental
I'd say if you are interested in playing rock/blues/jazz rather than classical/folk/flamenco, you're better of going right to an electric guitar. Electrics are easier to play, and you're going to have more luck finding an appropriate tone for the music you want to ...
October 13, 2008

critical thinking
Which of the following is most accurate? A) An appeal to precedent is a type of inductive generalization. B) An appeal to precedent is a type of analogy. C) An appeal to precedent is a type of disjunctive syllogism. D) An appeal to precedent is a type of causal argument.
October 11, 2008

Chemistry Lab
Are you titrating? Qualitative testing? Just what? If the copper is in solution you can filter the ppt (or let the ppt settle and decant some of the supernatant liquid) and to the filtrate or the decanted liquid add some more NaOH to see if additional ppt will form. If I have ...
October 9, 2008

Chemistry Lab
How can you tell that you have not added enough NaOH to precipitate all the copper as copper hydroxide?
October 9, 2008

social sudies
Thank you
October 8, 2008

social sudies
what was the first five books of the hebrews bible called?
October 8, 2008

Social studies
was it the first 10 commandments?
October 8, 2008

Social studies
What were the first five books of the hebrew? please help me
October 8, 2008

antiderivative
what is the antiderivitive of the squre root of two
October 8, 2008

Science
A 5kg rock sits on a 3m high ledge. What is its potential energy?
October 7, 2008

Science
Eel?
October 7, 2008

Math
Close, w^2 + w - 2w -2 = w^2 - w - 2
October 7, 2008

Math
Close, x^2 + 9x + 20
October 7, 2008

Math
Yes, 2. A prime number is a number that is only divisible by 1 and itself. So, two is divisible by one and itself.
October 7, 2008

Science
For #4, since soot darkened the trees it made dark peppered moths less visible than the light moths. Since, the dark moths were unable to be seen they were able to out survive the light moths.
October 7, 2008

Math
2x^2+13xy+15y^2 =(2x + 3y)(x + 5y)
October 7, 2008

Physics
I do not know where to start
October 7, 2008

Physics
A race car constantly accelerates from 0 to 100 m/s,south in 12.5 s. A)What is the car's acceleration vector? B) How far does it travel in that time interval? C) What is its average velocity?
October 7, 2008

English
I think the OP means to ask if "identifying" is a past participle or direct object. But I could be wrong...
October 6, 2008

Social Studies
What are some of the lasting impacts of European colonialism in the Congo's developing world?
October 6, 2008

Critical Thinking
The great French historian Jules Michelet (1798-1874) sympathized with the French Middle Ages and with the Revolutionary epoch in France, yet he wrote his best work on the despotic French monarchy, which he despised. 5) The statement above, if true, would most clearly support ...
October 4, 2008

6th Grade Science
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October 4, 2008

6th Grade Science
whats up peeps I HATE SCHOOL
October 4, 2008

sci 275 envioromental science
I posted this back in August: To answer your question, you have to understand a couple of things. First, limbless salamanders are descended from limbed salamanders. In other words, limblessness isn't a primitive, but rather a derived trait for salamanders. Limbs have been ...
October 3, 2008

social studies
Why was it so easy for the spanish to 'conquer' the Western Hemisphere?
October 2, 2008

science
Or, "printed circuit board."
October 1, 2008

chemistry/math
I am incorrect in this scenario.
September 29, 2008

chemistry/math
32 g X (1 mL / 2.78 g) = 11.51079137 mL The g will cancel out, and you will be left with the mL unit, which is a unit of volume.
September 29, 2008

science
I would google "habitat loss" and "threatened tropical forests." You should get tons of information related to your question.
September 28, 2008

11th grade
In order to show relationships, and in order to organize the naming and understanding of life. Modern classifications are based on our best guess of evolutionary relationships (look up "systematics" and "taxonomy" on Wikipedia), and help us to know what ...
September 25, 2008

Scocial sudies
so the mountains arent close to the river?
September 22, 2008

Scocial sudies
But would that make it still flood?
September 22, 2008

Scocial sudies
How can air masses affect the nile river lower africa wouldnt the mountains protect it?
September 22, 2008

Science
What Dangers does Nuclear radiation do to humans
September 22, 2008

social studies
The family grew peanuts.
September 21, 2008

Science
Ms Sue wrote: I'd rank "who paid for the research" as # 1. I wouldn't trust a pharmaceutical company that pays for research for its own drug. Um, I'm no great fan of the pharma companies, but for the record, they pay for most of their own research, and we...
September 17, 2008

science
One reason is practicality: unless the species has a very limited distribution, (i.e. consisting of one or a few small populations), it's just not feasible to observe and study in its entirety. Think about a bird like a turkey vulture: it ranges across North America and ...
September 16, 2008

Math
What is the smallest number which when divided by 10 leaves a remainder of 9, when divided by 9 leaves a remainder of 8, when divided by 8 leaves a remainder of 7 & so on until when divided by 2 leaves a remainder of 1?
September 16, 2008

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