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# Posts by MattsRiceBowl

Total # Posts: 455

math
Sorry...misread these. There are 50 students that are in the class. Let me rethink this one.
November 28, 2010

math
Which of those 3 results say they don't like the green ones?
November 28, 2010

math
There are also students that own neither. The questions are not written well. Do you have an example of one the teacher did so we have something to work from to know what (s)he is asking?
November 28, 2010

math
The answer's right in the question. How many do you see that do not have cats?
November 28, 2010

EDU
Are you supposed to think of investors for your collage? I guess you might want to contact an art museum as a start???? I've not heard a question quite like this before, so that is where I would start.
November 26, 2010

EDU
I have some art, but no collages. If I did, they would likely not have stake holders. What is your question?
November 26, 2010

government
Northern and Southern? It's quite an over-generalization if that's it.
November 25, 2010

english
I'm in a state of confusion. That would also work and sounds great in a Travis Tritt song.
November 25, 2010

English
#1 is the future tense. The future tense talks about things that have not happened yet, but will later. In English, to make something future tense, we add either "will" or "(be) going to" before the verb. I will play baseball tomorrow. I am going to play ...
November 24, 2010

English
"Will" and "going to" are the same. "I intend to be 14 years old next year" and "I shall be 14 years old next year" mean the same thing. It's something we'd never really say. It means you want to be 14 and will try to make it ...
November 24, 2010

Chemistry??
November 23, 2010

algebra
Not sure why that posted twice. Oh well. :-)
November 22, 2010

algebra
Easiest way to solve it is to begin by writing an equation where they are equal. So... 1642 + .08x = 1900 + .065x Now, here's the thing. We're not looking to see what is equal. We are lookung to see when the first option is GREATER than the 2nd option. So we can say ...
November 22, 2010

English (Urgent!)
A hint for the future: reading them might help.
November 17, 2010

english
There are a few different models. A common one is that there is an introduction or exposition, an event, rising action, a turning point, a climax, and a conclusion that resolves the problem. A good description to help you out is here: http://english.learnhub.com/lesson/4579-...
November 17, 2010

English
When I googled milk packs, it seemed to be almost any shaped cardboard container for milk. Cartons gives a very distinct image of the shape of it in my mind. I might be wrong, though. Wait for better answers, but that's my initial thought. I never really heard "milk ...
November 17, 2010

college
It is, however, a fascinating piece of information.
November 16, 2010

Keep multiplying by 3/5. (Sorry. Typo)
November 16, 2010

Keep multiplying by 2/5
November 16, 2010

vb programing
Yeah, but we'd have to know what you have so far and what the results are.
November 16, 2010

english
I would say this is a great way to pportray it. So I'd say true. If your book says otherwise, let me know. I will prove it wrong.
November 15, 2010

english
An advantage to eating meat is less animals die? Did you ask the question correctly?
November 12, 2010

Spanish 1
To answer question #30, veintidós. Mucho is wrong because it should say muchos if you're going to use that word. The rest....I didn't see your ideas of what they might be.
November 9, 2010

pre algebra
Is the 3z in parenthesis and the 0 is outside that? Or is the exponent 0 only for the z? It will make a difference, but I'll explain how to do it and hope you can understand. Let's work backwards. Let's start with what exponents do. If you have: 2^2 that is 2 ...
November 6, 2010

spanish
It sounds like you're having difficulty understanding masculine vs. feminine in Spanish OR singular and plural (or both). (Since whoever helped you before pointed out what to use). Singular = one. Plural = more than one. These concepts are also in English. I can have a pen...
November 6, 2010

english
It sounds like if her brother did not stop her, she would not commit suicide...she would ALMOST commit suicide. The word "stopping" is also the wrong tense. She would have committed suicide had her brother not stopped her. She almost committed suicide, but her ...
November 6, 2010

english
Easiest way to identify a sentence fragment is often seeing where the verb is. You have no verb. Another way is to imagine someone walking up to you in the street and saying it. "The great horned owl, an endangered species." Then they walk away. The first thing you ...
November 6, 2010

english
As you read them, take notes about what they are talking about. What things are similar? What things are different?
November 6, 2010

English 101
--writing articles for professional development and advancement. --writing proposals for funding. --writing ads or brochures for your company. I only wanted to put one, but the ideas kept (and still are) coming. What ideas did you come up with?
November 6, 2010

english
Your thesis is that a fence is needed, but the only thing you said about it is that "it will work." It sounded more like your thesis is saying illegal immigrants cause problems. (I'd also love to see the references for your facts. I don't believe them ...
November 5, 2010

Big pizza that eat the platoons.
November 5, 2010

Grammar
Hi Patty. I am just curious if your main language is English or, if not, what it is. The only reason I ask is because students here in Taiwan have trouble with this question a lot. I'm wondering if it's also from other languages.
November 4, 2010

computer science
Wow. Whatever teacher gave this assignment is not nice.
November 4, 2010

math
421 or 842 That, of course, assumes there are no decimal points involved. Otherwise, the options are limitless.
November 4, 2010

math
35/21 = 85/x What I did was put the width of the images on the numerator of the fraction. Multiply both sides by 21x to get rid of the denominators. We will have: 35x = 1785 Can you solve it from there?
November 3, 2010

english
Dances of other cultures? Biography of a famous gymnast?
November 3, 2010

comparing fractions
What have you come up with so far?
November 3, 2010

Debate: Policy
Have you tried google? There should be millions of articles and websites on each branch of the armed forces.
November 2, 2010

Global Issues
Most of China lives above the poverty line? China's considered "rich" in the media largely because they ignore their poverty problem. They don't spend the money or resources on it. An easy way to make a conclusion is just to restate your thesis statement and ...
November 2, 2010

english-ms.sue or writateacher possibly help?
What are you going to include in the body? That will tell us what your thesis is. I'm more with you, Amy. I need the thesis to help my paper stay on track.
November 2, 2010

American History
The 9th one? I guess? I can't see them.
November 2, 2010

ALGEBRA
It's correct.
October 31, 2010

math
Let's try it differently. 5/x = 2/(x-3) 5x - 15 = 2x 3x = 15 X = 5
October 31, 2010

Programming
egularwages = hoursworked * wages I assume there is an "r" in front of that? It should say regularwages? "grosspay = hoursworked * wages + (1.5 * wages * (hoursworked - hoursworked)) " hoursworked - hoursworked will always be zero. I would start your if ...
October 31, 2010

english
Yes. Except: more cleaner should just say cleaner. (No "more.") Crowed - crowd.
October 30, 2010

english
Others: Adverb : very I would change "fast" to "quickly." (Adverb again). "Fast" used as an adverb almost sounds too much like slang to me. All you could hear WERE people screaming. I am doing this on my blackberry and distracted by my TV and ...
October 30, 2010

English---meaning??
Culture can mean many things. You can have a religious culture, which is always full of myths. You might consider your culture to be American ... Think of the myths about George Washington. Your culture might be from your ancestors, who moved to America. (Look up Irish myths ...
October 30, 2010

Programming
I'm just waking up, so really tired. I will try to look later, but it is a hard program to follow mentally. Haha I hope someone can help. Check back again in a while.
October 22, 2010

Programming
It's been years, so I forgot a lot. Should this: If state <> "" Then Say this: If state = "" Then I honestly forget. Let me know if that works.
October 22, 2010

programming
It's from this line: txtOutput.Text = "A percent tip on bill is tip" It should say: txtOutput.Text = "A percent tip on bill is " + tip I don't remember if you need a + or & or what exactly it is. I think it's a +. Try that. Again....sorry if I ...
October 22, 2010

programming
It's been a long time since I looked at programming, but let me guess. All you are getting is something that says, "A percent tip on bill is tip." Notice what you put in quotation marks. Again....I could be way off on this. It's been YEARS!
October 22, 2010

Visual Basics 2008
This problem actually turned you into a woman named Stacy. You might want to check my response in that question a few lines above this question. :-)
October 22, 2010

Acc/ Federal Taxation
I don't have an answer for you. I no longer live in the US. I might suggest googling the terms limitation on medical expenses and income tax. I hope that helps. Wish I could help more.
October 16, 2010

English
Both sound really wrong. We'd never say either. You are a girl between the ages of 13 and 19. (The "years old" is redundant, but can still be put in there.)
October 7, 2010

Numbers that are greater than 70 and less than 80 is where you want to start. 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 Which has 4 ones?
October 6, 2010

english
October 6, 2010

education
It's important to understand why things are how they are in education. For example, people simply accept the current system, with unfocused short periods set to a bell simply because it's what they had. However, it's important to note how much that came about to ...
October 5, 2010

grammar
You're right.
September 30, 2010

religion
Purgatory Reformation
September 29, 2010

english
allow them TO decide
September 26, 2010

Criminal Procedure
It's not c. Without consent, the police officer would need a search warrant unless it is an immediate emergency. (Which they can often get). I would also guess b.
September 4, 2010

commas and apostrophes
I guess learn how to use them and check your work!?
September 2, 2010

English
As a side note, I think the reason this is often a mistake has to do with how we think about what we are saying. People think the subject is "here." With most of our sentences, we simply have the subject-verb-object model. That is incorrect in this case.
September 2, 2010

English
The checklist and tips are the subject. That is certainly plural. I am thinking "are" is correct, but most people would SAY "is" during normal conversations. I would love to be proven wrong, so wait for other answers.
September 2, 2010

English
Both are right. "That makes two of us" means that, at least, we both agree. Depending on the actual tone when said, it can also mean, "nobody else thinks so, but we do." This can also apply to actions. "I am going to the football game today." &...
August 31, 2010

How Children Learn
There are a few ways to answer this. Is it an open ended question or are there choices? A good starting point is that children learn through interactions within objects and other things in the environment, but it gets more complicated than that, especially once you note that ...
August 27, 2010

Child Developement andHuman Behavior
Looks like your teacher forgot to give you the options. :-)
August 27, 2010

at the college I went to, this would at least be "science."
Just clarifying the subject so you can get help.
August 27, 2010

Child Psychology
Sounds like, somewhere, your text sites a study that answers this question from that one (possibly erroneous) study. It can't be answered based off the information here.
August 25, 2010

english
Do you agree? Why or why not? Have you heard of any research either way?
August 24, 2010

english
I answered as well in one of them. Hope it helps.
August 23, 2010

english
What I do to help students write stories is give them a basic idea of where to begin. For students who really have trouble, this has been the easiest way. Do not begin thinking about your story yet. Instead, answer these questions: 1) Who is in the story? Again, do not decide ...
August 23, 2010

place values in math
Units Tens Hundreds Thousands Ten thousands Hundred thousands Millions Ten millions Hundred millions Billions
August 23, 2010

english
Bob's right. One thing is consistency, however. Do not jump from tense to tense without a specific reason to do so. I always have trouble reading essays or stories where the person starts in present, switches to past, throws in a few futures, and is overall disorganized.
August 8, 2010

ENGLISH
An adjective is a word that describes a noun.
August 8, 2010

math116
Barb, OK. Here's my advice. 2+2 = 4 6+2 = 8 Now...do you ACTUALLY have a question or request for advice that we can answer? :-)
August 6, 2010

math116
This isn't a homework help page just for your school.... :)
August 6, 2010

AED 201
It's a great question. Somehow, I cannot read your initial thoughts on it. Did you post them?
August 5, 2010

web design
If you have any image program, this shouldn't be too difficult. Just use the type tool to put the information into the image.
August 2, 2010

phone/internet
You'll have to contact whoever made it then.
August 2, 2010

English
"Within my HOUSE of patterned horn." Tortoise...house... What do you think? :)
July 27, 2010

penn foster
I'd disagree with that answer, but see the logic behind it. I'd say it's more important to develop a philosophy. Without a philosophy, you don't really know what you're selling. If you don't know what you are selling, you do not know if there is a need ...
July 26, 2010

math
That's as far as you can go with that equation. You might be a smart alec and say that a "w" is an upside down "m," so "w" equals 81...but your math teacher wouldn't agree. :)
July 19, 2010

childhood care
Really? You can give first aid to a variety of situations. If a person is not breathing, you can perform CPR (which is first aid) then they'll be admitted into emergency care at the hospital. My instinct is to go with C First aid is the help that is done FIRST. This ...
July 13, 2010

english
I had to look this one up. I wasn't sure myself. Unknown author. Use the first few words of the title as the reference in the text (capitalize all words in title): ("Structuring Lawmaking", 2002) Author is listed as "Anonymous". Use it as if it were the...
July 10, 2010

math
Note: For some reason, my rectangle did not turn out too well. Sorry about that.
July 9, 2010

math
Take a look at this. Here is your picture frame: ____ | | | | | | |____| OK. It's not PERFECT, but what are you dealing with here? You're dealing with a rectangle. That means that every side is straight. It also means that one side is the same size as the side across ...
July 9, 2010

To Al 92
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1278284743 I haven't been on in a few days, but noticed you posted that follow up question. Sorry I missed it.
July 7, 2010

show
I would focus on culinary arts and communication for that type of show. Take a look at Xavier University's program in Electronic Media. It's one of the best TV/Radio degrees I have ever seen. The people I know that graduated from there have gotten fantastic jobs.
July 4, 2010

TV
What kind of television show are you thinking of making? That may play a huge part in what you are trying to do. No matter what kind of TV you're going into, you'll likely need to start by understanding the parts of a story. During High School (don't know what age ...
July 3, 2010

kindergarten
July 3, 2010

english
One of those seems to imply that the bed might have been finding a place to sleep. Which one sounds like that?
June 30, 2010

English grammar
You need the article "a" before stable. I assume that should say, "branch's." The apostrophe is showing up strange on this computer.
June 30, 2010

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION & AFTER-SCHOOL DAY CARE
3's right. (I'm a Montessori teacher...just adding that in. haha)
June 28, 2010

day care
I wouldn't plan a program for the week. My plan for the week centers around all the individual students and what they individually need.
June 25, 2010

Fundamentals
First time was \$10. Second time was \$10. If you gain \$10 two times, how much did you make?
June 24, 2010

English
And "yesterday" was spelled incorrectly.
June 24, 2010

ENGLISH
Habitat
June 20, 2010

iscom
Good for them. I hope they are quality.
June 8, 2010

math
That won"t work. Just test it with 2 very different amounts. Let's assume there are 1000000 boys and 5 girls. 1/8 of 1000000 is 125,000. 1/5 of 5 is 1. So 125,001 out of 1,000,005 people went. That is (a little more than) 12.5%. Your fraction of 13/40 is 32.5% and I ...
June 8, 2010

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