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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

social studies
with each line of latitude you cross, moving from the north pole, you get near the____________?
September 15, 2008

science
If it's "absolutely" pure then it would also be an element, no?
September 14, 2008

Entrepreneurial
If you mean what factors compel people to become entrepreneurs, the classic answer is that someone gets an idea about a new product, or a new way of doing something. I think in actuality, though, most entrepreneurship is spurred by people getting to the point where they hate ...
September 14, 2008

science
Why do smaller pieces of wood burn faster?
September 12, 2008

Business
To add to what Ms. Sue said, capitalism has thrived because of regulation. Prior to govt rules requiring disclosure and regulating markets, sharp recessions and economic crashes were more common. One thing to bear in mind is that Adam Smith's entrepreneurs bear little ...
September 11, 2008

social studies
Direct democracy is when people govern themselves (making decisions through debate, persuasion, voting on a proposal or issue of their choice) rather than through a representative or by merely voting on a ballot measure. An example would be the traditional New England townhall...
September 10, 2008

economics
Because many people choose lives that have little to do with commerce, accumulation of material goods, etc. Think of certain religious orders: the focus is on other aspects of life besides the economic. Models of economic behavior are imperfect because what motivates people ...
September 10, 2008

effect or affect.
It's not a dumb question... Use "effect" in this case. Link here: web.ku.edu/~edit/affect.html
September 10, 2008

English
Try Googling "Of Mice and Men" with "character" "analysis"
September 8, 2008

computers
What is the Content Management System ? is there any other feature i need to implement for e-commerce site ?
September 7, 2008

poetry titles?
Call it "Gorgonzola." It's a wonderful word, and will make the teacher think.
September 7, 2008

vocabulary english
although the storm left the family...., it could not.... their spirits.
September 6, 2008

math
what is the exponent of 729 of
September 6, 2008

math
Identify the rate,base, and amount in the following application at this point. Business and finance. In a shipment of 750 parts, 75 were found to be defective. ahat percent of the parts were faulty?
September 3, 2008

8th grade
unscramble the work riday it is a literature word
September 2, 2008

Biology
The "scientific method" doesn't actually exist, other than as a general description of some scientific activities. The methods of science depend on the kind of science one is engaged in. For example, many studies in biology are basically descriptive and ...
September 2, 2008

science
A "theory" in everyday use is basically an hypothesis, often not more than an intuition, opinion or guess. In science, a guess is called a hypothesis. A (capital "t") theory is sort of a grand explanation of many phenomena. Although nothing in science is ...
September 2, 2008

economics
Supply is what someone has (goods or services for sale or barter); demand is how much of it people want.
September 1, 2008

College Admissions: USC
Does anyone know the latest time to take the SAT score so that I can send in a USC app by its Dec. 1 deadline? Thanks.
August 31, 2008

management
To answer this, think about yourself as a customer of a business. What things are important to you in your relationship with a manufacturer or a service provider? Are you affected by advertising? Are you influenced by the style or approach of a company? By their social ...
August 27, 2008

2nd grade science
Horse flies aren't a social insect, like honeybees or some wasps which live all together in a nest, but they tend to congregate where there is a source of food, and places to lay their eggs. So, usually when you find one horsefly, you'll find a bunch more.
August 24, 2008

Axia College Environmental Science
Do a search for "vestigial limbs salamanders" and "limb reduction salamanders evolution." I'd also suggest rereading your text material on natural selection: to answer this question you have to understand that evolution (adaptation and speciation) is ...
August 22, 2008

biology
Not all animals are shaped differently in cooler climates that in warmer ones. Some may look very similar, but have a shorter season of activity. Ms. Sue is correct in pointing out that for warm blooded animals, insulation in cooler climates is important, and this may be ...
August 21, 2008

Eth125
I'm not sure if you mean "statutes" instead of "statues" (both of which would be odd there anyway) but "conventions" are things that are considered the customary or usual way of doing something, or behaving. So, are there language traits, or ...
August 20, 2008

science
Do a search at Wikipedia on "Scientific Method"--it gives a nice breakdown of what science is. If you quote it directly, make sure to cite it in your paper.
August 19, 2008

marketing
If you think about this question, you should be able to come up with evaluation tools on your own. Go to the basics: what does "sales" mean? How is it measured? If you divide the total territory by four areas, you now have the possibility of comparisons. What should ...
August 16, 2008

psychology
Do you think it is necessary for a person in your field of study to learn psychology and neuroscience? Explain your answer.
August 16, 2008

health
Also, a lot of the most expensive sorts of healthcare (e.g. dialysis for diabetes) are the result of chronic conditions that often can be prevented. If everyone saw a doctor at the onset of symptoms, or was able to access healthcare professionals who could advise on diet and ...
August 13, 2008

riddle
its skinny and it gives u three turns
August 12, 2008

BUSINESS
Describe the kinds of inventory federal express corporation holds. What are the costs associated with each kind of inventory? Compare the types of FedEx’s inventory to that of Starbucks. What are some of the differences? What may account for the differences in types of ...
August 12, 2008

AP Bio
First of all, there is no such thing as "too successful" from the point of view of a species, unless its success (ability to reproduce and thrive) results in the destruction of its environment. From a human perspective, an introduced plant or animal that does well (a...
August 12, 2008

ENGLISH
It sort of depends on how you want to define "effective," since the examples that would seem to work ("A" and "D") aren't actually true.
August 8, 2008

science
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 lost secondarily. Secondly, ...
August 8, 2008

Critical Thinking
Be careful I used answers and god an F
August 7, 2008

Precalc
An open-top shipping crate with square bottom and rectangular sides is to hold 32 in^3 and requires a minimum amount of cardboard. Find the most economical directions.
August 6, 2008

ENGLISH
Um, your reference makes the following statement: "We seldom see the dash used this way in formal, academic prose." That may be true, but that's not the same as saying that the use of the em dash is "not grammatically correct." And "formal, ...
August 6, 2008

ENGLISH
Writeteacher is correct. However, the use of an "em" dash instead of a hyphen there would be correct in many situations.
August 6, 2008

Precalc
(e^x - 1 )/(x^2 - 1) < 0 Any way to get started? I'd appreciate any help. And also, xlnx + 1 > x + lnx
August 5, 2008

AP Biology
It's difficult from your statement to guess what exactly you understand, and what you're having trouble with. If you're not getting the gist of the assignment, you'll need to review your lessons and textbook for a description of evolution and adaptation. (...
August 5, 2008

biology
light + 6CO2 + 12H20 --> C6H12O6 +6O2 Hope that helps.
August 4, 2008

Precalc (LOGS)
1. (e^x - 1 )/(x^2 - 1) < 0 2. The inverse of ln (3 - x) ? 3. Simplify x^3 - 3x^2 + 2 = 0 Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you so much for your time.
August 4, 2008

Finance
2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 oAnalyze federal express working capital management. Explain why the company’s operating and cash cycles are currently optimized. If you think they are not optimized, explain why. *Analyze the company's working capital management based on their ...
August 3, 2008

Precalc: Logarithms
Solve for x? xln(x) + 1 > x + ln(x) e^1/x > 1 Any help would be appreciated. THANK YOU!
August 3, 2008

Marketing
Sales support can be different things, depending on the sort of product or service a company is involved with. It might involve technical back-up (the salesperson relies on someone at the office who has access to specifications, protocols for troubleshooting, etc.) or order ...
July 31, 2008

science
Without food, lunch would be meaningless.
July 31, 2008

Economics
Rise. If the demand for stocks increases, the price goes up. Unless a company offers more shares for sale, there are a limited number on offer. So, as in anything, if the demand is larger than the supply, the price increases.
July 28, 2008

biology
Google "echinodermata" and check the wikipedia entry, the ucmpDOTberkeleyDOTedu entry and the animaldiversityDOTummz entry Sections on "systematics' and "classification" will discuss common features of the various groups.
July 26, 2008

bio
Think about how the animals you are familiar with get their food. How does a deer get its food? A rabbit? A snake? A lizard? A spider? What about a sea anenome? You know some answers to this question already. As for body plans, you probably know how to answer this in part too...
July 26, 2008

Geometry
Oops that latin word is suppose to be a Triangle in this question. Sorry.
July 24, 2008

Geometry
Please help! This is due tomorrow. Suppose £ABC ~ £GHI with scale factor 3:5, AB = 9, BC = 18, and AC = 21. Find the perimeter of £GHI.
July 24, 2008

Geometry
Hello thanks again. I gotten your advice previously and wanted to check to see if I did this problem correctly. Is this answer 1458 ft or the reverse of 189 ft? _________________ If the measures of two corresponding sides of two similiar solids are 3 meters and 5 meters, what ...
July 24, 2008

Geometry
Please Help thanks _____________________ Two similar rectangular prism have corresponding sides that measure 5 feet and 6 feet. If the surface area of a smaller prism is 525 square feet, what is the surface area of a larger prism?
July 24, 2008

Geometry
Please Help thanks _____________________ Two similar rectangular prism have corresponding sides that measure 5 feet and 6 feet. If the surface area of a smaller prism is 525 square feet, what is the surface area of a larger prism?
July 24, 2008

PRECALC
How would I simplify the following, but leave it in factored form? [(2x+7)^6 x 5(x-2)^4] + [(x-2)^5 x 6(2x+7)^5 x 2] If you can also explain how to do it step by step, that would be VERY appreciated. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
July 22, 2008

Precalc
How would I simplify the following, but leave it in factored form? [(2x+7)^6 x 5(x-2)^4] + [(x-2)^5 x 6(2x+7)^5 x 2] If you can also explain how to do it step by step, that would be VERY appreciated. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
July 22, 2008

CHEM
Show that when pH = pKa, the maximum buffer capacity (at 298.15 K) is given by: âmax = 0.576C where C is the total concentration of conjugate acid and conjugate base. The first two terms in the brackets on the right hand side of equation (8.5) can be neglected. B( KaCH/(...
July 18, 2008

science
It depends on what you mean. If you are asking "what is the likelihood that life on earth evolved from other life," the likelihood is as near to 100% as science ever claims. In other words: all the evidence indicates that all the species on the planet today are ...
July 10, 2008

physics
An electronic tracking device is placed on a police dog to monitor its whereabouts relative to the police station. At time t1 = 23 minutes, the dogs placement from the station is 1.2km, 33 degrees north of east. At time t2=57 minutes, the dog's displacement from the ...
July 8, 2008

Physics
Starting from rest a particle confined to move along a straight line is accelerated at a rate of 5m/s. Describe the motion of the particle.
July 8, 2008

Sience
Review examples 2, 3, and 4 in section 8.4 of the text. How does the author determine what the first equation should be? What about the second equation? How are these examples similar? How are they different? Find a problem in the text that is similar to examples 2, 3, and 4. ...
June 29, 2008

Research paper
I really appreciate all the comments given by some good friends but who is going to help us, i am sailing in the same ''Penn Foster'' boat trying to complete this research work.
June 21, 2008

Research paper
I really appreciate all the comments given by some good friends but who is going to help us, i am sailing in the same penn Foster boat trying to complete this research work.
June 21, 2008

History
What did Patrick Henry mean by his quote,"Give me liberty or give me death"?
June 16, 2008

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