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April 20, 2014

Posts by Mattsricebowl


Total # Posts: 446

pie
1) Go get two baskets or any other container. 2) Put three apples in one (or use three of something else) 3) Put three apples in the other. Do you have enough to make a pie with 7 apples?

Test
Sorry. Just testing something. Posted 2 answers and they are not showing up. Wonder if a question shows up.

algebra
Sorry. No way to include the picture.

Math
Start with Melanie. She can paint 100 square feet in four hours. So in 6 hours, she can paint 150 square feet. This is because she is painting a total of 6 hours. In 4 hours, she did 100 square feet. 6-4 = 2 hours left. Those 2 hours are HALF of the 4 hours. So in 2 hours, she...

life orientation
Good start. You only have about 150 words left. (How are we supposed to correct your paper if you forgot to post it?)

math
If you have a certain amount of money, then take away 1/6 of that amount and 1/2 of that amount, you'll have $100. So if "M" is money. M - (1/6))M - (1/2)M = 100 1/2 is 3/6. So M - (4/6)M = 100 (2/6)M = 100 M = 600/2 OR...$300

sfsu
This sounds like a finance or math question, not an sfsu question.

english
Different from?

IT
Which industries? Which impacts?

Maths
What answer did you come up with?

Maths
What problem are you having with this?

Maths
Start off by figuring out 40% (percent means you take 40 and divide it by 100) of ("of" means multiply) 175. So (40/100) x 75 = ? That will tell you how many boys there are now. Next, figure out how many girls there are now. (How many are left over?) Add 25 to the gi...

Maths
You've posted 3 questions so far without work. What answer did you come up with and how did you get it?

lit- sentence rewording
http://thesaurus.com Those seem like quite different words you used, but that web site above will help you choose different words.

English
Look for the verb first. In your sentence, the verb is "gets." What gets (no water)? One pot gets no water. So the subject is "one pot."

math
0 is an integer. -18 is an integer. 9/10 is not, nor is 2.52943. Both of those are rational numbers, as far as I can remember. I might be having a mental block, but wonder if the question is written wrong.

math
Just to clarify, Steve might be right about what they're looking for, but it's a bad question. d IS still a rational number.

english
I didn't see your ideas on this. It's hard to correct what you wrote without knowing what your answer is. :)

english
Nothing there is italicized.

computers in day care
Despite the obvious problems I have with computers in day care, one of those is obviously false. Which do you think it is?

computers in day care
I vote for neither. It's primarily designed to market to parents and day care centers that don't know better.

English
What is the whole sentence?

speech
Why were the words you said complicated? What you said seems simple to me.

English
http://www.google.com/search?client=ms-rim&hl=en&q=hellenization&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&channel=browser

ross
Are you sure this isn't a math question, and not a "ross" question?

world issuse
Message. I started thinking about what increases each year, and came up with "age." I assumed it was two "s"s. The rest was easy. Side note: what does this have to do with world issues?

world issuse
Whichever teacher wrote this obviously doesn't know too many words. Look at how many words he or she got wrong in the question. I'll think about it, but am curious how a teacher that can't figure out how to spell "you" or "and" would correctly s...

fundaents
I'd say b is the least likely answer. See how messed up the question is? Are you sure this isn't in relation to a specific person's ideas and asking what they think?

critical thinking
Watch Fox news for 5 minutes and you'll have an idea. Then post your thoughts and we'll be glad to check it.

eassay writing
To finish this sentence in the essay, you can take that phrase and follow it with a verb. You can then complete the preticate. You might also want to play with the word order to make it smoother.

art
This almost sounds like a multiple choice question. You might want to look below the question and see if there is an A), B), C), or even D) choice. I don't know anything about Huxley, but that might be a good place to start.

Grammar
You forgot #3...the correct answer. :P

cja 334
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/620/01/

english
Try reading them, making a brief pause where the commas are. One will sound more natural.

general knowledge
It's not tomorrow. It wasn't yesterday. Let's see... ;-)

programming
Ok. I did it. Now what do you need to know?

comm
The goal of the paragraph is what the author is trying to get you to do or understand. What do you see for that here? Did they achieve that goal? That asks you if they managed to do what they intended. For example, a food commercial's goal might be to make you hungry so yo...

computer science - what is your question?
What do you need help with?

english homework
As far as making a dialog funny, you have to focus on a few things: --Very clear characters. You have to make sure you know what the characters are like. --Establish a conflict that usually comes from how the people might differently handle the situation. --Be sure to make the...

Grammar
I disagree with that statement about grammar. We often say things incorrectly. Both are ok. The second one sounds more like you know what you are saying. I would go with that one.

Cultural Diversity
Let me guess. You asked a question that shows you haven't even thought about the assignment. She called you out on it and now you're upset because you didn't do your job and assume it is her fault. Don't worry. We're used to lazy students calling us out on ...

Math
The teacher forgot to give you the answers to choose from. Some ideas: ab < b ab > a ....?

algebra
Is it (-12x+10) / 5 Or -12x + (10/5) ?

math
Start by writing down what we know. --There is $360 between two people. --The names of the two people are Connor (which we will now call "C") and Luisa (we will call her "L"). --C gave L 2/5 of his money. They then had the same amount of money. So let's...

Compliments
I think it's helpful to say something specific. For example, one of my kindergarten students was coloring yesterday. Her picture had different shades of colors in it that was not easy to do so smoothly. I didn't just say, "Good job." I said, "I love the ...

English
I'm sorry, but something might be wrong with my computer. I cannot see your answers. What did you write?

English
Tust her responses. I was typing and walking. Made a few mistakes.

English
1) My mum and I (not: I and my mum) went shopping and we bought a lot of souvenirs. Yes. 2) After a week (a week later) we came back home satisfied with this exciting experience. ------ There are slight differences in meaning. "After a week" seems to suggest you came...

English
Looks good now, but try to keep it all to one thread.

English
There is still a run on sentence in there. How can you rewrite the first sentence?

ENGLISH
"A Florida treasure hunter " "Alexandria treasure may have been found " "the beliefs that it is Alexandria."

ENGLISH
Take out "a" before Florida. I would add "the" before every "Alexandria."

EnGlIsH
:-D

English
Please check for any errors. Correct them and I would appreciate it. Thanks!!! ------- The first error I saw was how you wrote, "English." Only the first letter is capitalized. http://www.google.com/search?client=ms-rim&hl=en&q=capital%20letters%20grammar%20rules&ie=...

language arts
Are you sure you can't think of things that are cold, smart, heavy, old, or hot?

BIS155 - Final Exam
I would have trouble answering this also since the teacher forgot to ask a question. :-D

world issues
You might want to look up old youtube clips of press conferences from George Bush Senior talking about it. You can also google newspapers from that time. Then look at newspapers from the current Iraq invasion. Then look at how the media is writing about Libya. Good luck. Sound...

english
You still didn't tell me your answers though. :-)

english
Are the ones with the letters your answers? If so, I disagree with them. Be more clear on what your answers are then I'll know how to explain it better. (I have my own answers and reasons).

Math
1x8 and 5x1 don't have the same area. Wait for someone else to answer, but I am trying to figure out, logically, how they could possibly have the same area.

Public and Private schools
You don't necessarily learn about religion in a private school. Read more carefully.

Spanish
http://www.studyspanish.com/lessons/gustar.htm All these can use "gustar," which means "to be pleasing to." Here is a link that describes it well.

Spanish
http://www.studyspanish.com/lessons/gustar.htm This explains that strange verb pretty well. :-) Let us know what you come up with and we'll be glad to check it.

Communication
Answering the first question centers around something else I feel is just as important. Grammar is essential in online communications. Look at what you said: "One way to make online communication more effective" When someone sees this, they are waiting for you to fin...

Programming
What exact problem are you seeing when you run the program? If I start there, it is usually easier to solve.

College Algebra
50 < 2w (correction)

teaching
When I was a bully, I collected money on the playground, but I can't do that now as a teacher. ;-)

medical
It looks like you are writing as a student of English as a foreign language and do not understand the questions. If this is the case, let me know. I will be glad to help you understand the questions more clearly.

computer networking
You posted the assignment and forgot to ask what your question is about it or what you are having trouble with. If you let us know, we might be able to help. :-)

childcare
I actually thought D. Children that age begin to distinguish fantasy from reality and can think more logically. A really only happens as permitted. Yeah...rough assignment. I usually don't think multiple choice questions are good for these type of classes.

Math
There is possibly an easier way to do this, but let me start off with this logic. Let's find out how many games she won and lost. That will give us a little more information. 72\100 x 2400 = 1728. She won 1728 games, so she lost 672. The thing we don't know yet is how ...

strayer
You forgot to ask the question. :-)

English
And that changes the be verb. Since acting is a non-countable, it takes the singular form, "was." (Sorry for the double post).

English
Same applies to #3. Use "acting."

English
Same applies to #3. Use "acting."

Fractions
There is something wrong with the problem itself. 24 x 1/2 = 12 24 x 2/3 = 16 24 x 1/4 = 6 That means there are 34 pieces of fruit. That contradicts the problem. I noticed this easily because 2/3 + 1/2 is already bigger than 1. The problem is not solvable unless there are some...

English
When figuring out the subject, take out prepositional phrases. In this case, the prepositional phrase is "of penguins." A group was... A group were... "Was" obviously sounds correct.

192
What does this have to do with 192? It looks like a yahoo answers question.

PENN-FOSTER
You're welcome. Yes...please do let her know she can post the question here with information on what she is having trouble with. We will be glad to help her. :-)

PENN-FOSTER
Sandra, Maybe an example might help. I have a book in front of me. I just opened it to the last page of chapter 5. Can you help me with answer 2? Try to answer my question and you'll begin to see why answering your question is impossible. I am not sure we can make the chea...

stereotypes in psychology
Are good dancers = ballerinas. drive Hummers. = GMC consumers. have more fun. = than who? are great lovers. = expats living in Asia. (My perception, at least) cause trouble. = trouble makers. are ditzy. = ditzy people are on welfare. = those needing assistance. live off other ...

fizik
To get help more quickly, change the school subject to the actual subject. Strange codes will have people not open your message who can help. Just repost with the correct subject name.

college: math
I usually avoid opening these. Be sure to type the subject in the subject box.

Languge arts
The main characters are those that did mopst of the stuff in the book. Think back. Which characters do you remember most? Start with those.

fizik: some help
http://m.dictionary.com/d/?q=physics&o=0&l=dir Note that "ph" and "f" make the same phonetic sounds. Note other letters as well.

early childhood
Um...since we don't have the questions, those look as good as any other, I guess.

books
The best way to do this is look through each chapter. After each one, ask, "what happened in the chapter to move the story forward?"

Algebra
This is flawed. 4927 gives us xx, meaning 2 of those numbers are in the right place. It cannot be 4 or 9 because 4986 says oo It cannot be 2 and 7 because 5872 gives us ox Double check it and retype, if needed.

english
Helicopters, but it takes more than 5 letters eliminated.

English
Those are right.

english
Start by finding your verb. What is the verb in that sentence? Then change it to a gerund. Then figure out the correct preposition to use: By To With Through These 4 will be pretty common, but there will be others.

english
I save money by watching for sales.

english
Which words are italicized?

math
100% would be all of them. 30% are in the club. 100-30= 70 So what is 70% of 550?

MATH URGENT!
Ok. Someone else was smarter than I. I should have waited, I guess.

MATH URGENT!
It depends on many factors not said in the problem. How high does the ball go before it starts coming down, for example. The problem is not solvable.

mmh - the correct answer and spelling of "math."
I have no idea what Anonymous did. That answer makes no sense. x^2-13x+36 is the same as: (x-4)(x-9) Any number multiplied by 0 is 0. For example: 100 x 0 = 0 8 x 0 = 0 63655215777999400525 x 0 = 0 So if x-4 equals 0 OR x-9 equals zero, then we know that x-4 times x-9 equals z...

Safety
I think the easiest way is to find a list of indoor games then look at potential safety issues with them. (Just brainstorm obvious ones).

English - Native speakers
Your brother has a wife. His wife has a name. You have 2 posessives here. brother's wife's

English - Native speakers
Yes. There is also debate about what to do if you are talking about a name. For example, if your name is Tony Jones and you have a family, people argue over whether you would say: --This is Tony Jones's family. Or --This is Tony Jones' family. Nobody can seem to settle...

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