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July 23, 2014

Posts by Ms. Sue


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Weird question
It must have been finished to open then.

Weird question
You mean you didn't see this prominently displayed on that page? "Construction started: 1793 Height: 288' (88 m) CTBUH Opened: November 17, 1800"

Weird question
http://www.google.com/#q=united+states+capitol

social studies (check plz)
You're welcome.

social studies (check plz)
Right.

Math
My! You have a major identity problem, John/Brian/Sam/Nancy/Jessica/Mark/Karla! Please use only one name for your posts.

Algebra
P = 2L + 2W 212 = 2(W + 24) + 2W 212 = 4W + 48 164 = 4W 41 = W

Intro to algebra
You're welcome, Sam.

Intro to algebra
4/5 = 140/x Cross multiply and solve for x. 4x = 700 x = 175

Algebra
My! You have a major identity problem, John/Brian/Sam/Nancy/Jessica/Mark/Karla! Please use only one name for your posts.

Math
My! You have a major identity problem, John/Brian/Sam/Nancy/Jessica/Mark/Kaela! Please use only one name for your posts.

Arithmetic
My! You have a major identity problem, John/Brian/Sam/Nancy/Jessica/Mark/Kaela! Please use only one name for your posts.

Go with Damon's answer
I goofed!

math equation
(1/3)s + (1/4)s + 400 = s 400 = 7/12s 400 / (7/12) = s 400 * (12/7) = s 4,800/7 = s 685.71 = salary

ss
Right.

math
x + (1/8)x = 54 (1 1/8)x = 54 x = 54 / (9/8) x = 54 * (8/9) x = 48

Social studies
:-)

Social studies
D is correct.

Social studies
I disagree. http://www.cliffsnotes.com/more-subjects/history/us-history-ii/settling-the-west/the-cattle-kingdom

hct
50 * 365 * 24 * 60 * 60 = ______ seconds This doesn't count leap years.

geometry
4.5 * 24 = ?

math
14% is less than one quarter. One fourth of 40 is 10. You spent less than 10 hours watching sports.

math
It's not 14. Use the decimal 0.14 to multiply.

math
Nope.

math
0.14 * 40 = ?

algebra
95 or 59 86 or 68 77 Which do you think it is?

math
You're welcome, Katie.

math
Pythagorean Theorem: 4^2 + b^2 = 15^2 Solve for b.

English
There is no set length. The old saying goes that an essay should be like a woman's skirt -- long enough to cover the subject but short enough to be interesting. Reread your essay to see if there's anything you should add. If not, then you're probably fine.

Social Science
http://sociology.about.com/od/Sociology101/tp/Famous-Sociologists.htm

arithmetic
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/math/decimals/placevalue/gifs/ex.GIF

arithmetic
55

English
In this sense, "just" means exactly or really.

Spanish Grammar
I'll send this to our Spanish expert, SraJMcGin.

Science
http://www.ase.org/resources/energy-conservation-vs-energy-efficiency-whats-difference http://www.nova.edu/gogreen/conservation/environmental_benefits.html http://www.greatgreenidea.com/The-Benefits-of-Energy-Conservation.html

HISTORY
:-)

HISTORY
8. No 9. Yes 10. No -- although I'm not sure. Check your book. 11. No 12. No -- Check your book 13. Yes

English Sentence Clarity
Right.

HISTORY
I agree with your answers.

English
The best sentences are 1, 2, and 6. The others sound a little rude.

English
Both the first two sentences are correct. The first is probably the more popular. Yes, Coke should be capitalized since it's the name of a trademarked drink.

English
wonderful, delicious, intriguing, scrumptious, yummy (slang)

Math
Since 18.5 is the median of the eight numbers, the missing number must be 18.5

HISTORY
I'll be glad to check your answer.

Math Help!!
t>-15

Civics
I suggest you start with this pie chart showing how the federal government spends our money. http://www.nationalpriorities.org/budget-basics/federal-budget-101/spending/ Research each of the major categories to make sure you understand the details.

algebra
(1.35 - 0.41)x = 1600 + 3700

History Help
You're welcome.

History Help
Before the invention of the movable type for a printing press, books and pamphlets had to be copied by hand. Obviously this was very expensive so there were very few copies of anything written. Can you imagine learning to read if you never see anything in writing? The printing...

MATH - Typo correction
0.8 * 180 = ?

MATH
0.8 * 18 = ?

STAT
So???

Math
http://www.mathsisfun.com/data/quartiles.html

Math
Since there are 12 numbers, each quartile must contain 3 numbers.

history
1 is not C. 2. is C.

history
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-racial_America No, I don't think we live in a post racial society. As long as a high percentage of African-American men are or have been in jail, we do not live in a color blind society. What do you think?

LA
I'm sorry you didn't take the time and effort to study the use of commas.

LA
17. b >> No 18. a >> Yes 19. d >> No 20. b >> No 21. b >> No 22. c >> Yes

LA
I'll be glad to check your answers.

LA
You're very welcome. It's my pleasure. :-)

LA
Right.

LA
I've never seen expository writing that contained dialogue, poetry, or fictional characters.

Microeconomics
The toll road may be a shorter route, thus saving you money for gas. Is it cheaper to buy groceries at a nearby store or a store farther away that has cheaper prices? http://www.lifehack.org/articles/communication/how-the-sunk-cost-fallacy-makes-you-act-stupid.html

early childhood literacy
You're welcome.

early childhood literacy
I agree.

social studies
http://www.ushistory.org/us/44g.asp

HISTORY
I agree.

Civics
Three is correct.

Civics
The fourth answer is correct.

Economics
See the Related Questions below.

history
Tenth Amendment http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenth_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution

math -interest
(400 * 1.14)/12 = 38

Civics
I disagree. A direct democracy has nothing to do with its economic system.

civics
What are your choices? What does your book say?

social studies help
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_reparations#United_States

math
So??

history African American
Right.

history African American
http://blog.ted.com/2014/03/20/be-color-brave-not-color-blind-mellody-hobson-at-ted2014/

history
It's called stereotyping and mindless prejudice.

history
http://www.ushistory.org/us/51e.asp Americans still have a tendency to judge people by the color of their skin.

geometry
You're welcome.

geometry
5/2=22/24w Cross multiply. 120w = 44 w = 44/120 w = 0.3667 = 11/30

medical billing and coding
What are your choices? What is your answer?

English
In most of the the U.S., ramen isn't considered a street food. People sometimes fix it at home for a quick meal.

POL 201 week 1 Quiz
I'll be glad to check your answers.

us hist
Yes, it's true.

English
It could be a snack bar or a noodle house.

math
Perhaps this student didn't refresh or click on Current Questions.

math
What are you talking about???? Damon and I both showed you how to do this and gave you the answer.

math
25% = 25 parts of 100 We can write that as 0.25 (25/100) Multiply: 0.25 * 250 = $62.50 is the amount off. 250 - 62.50 = $187.50 is the sale price

math
120 / 2p = 30 120 = 30 * 2p 120 = 60p 120/60 = p 2 = p

civics
You're welcome.

civics
http://www.federalreserveeducation.org/about-the-fed/structure-and-functions/banking-supervision/

Criminology5019
How would you like us to help you with this assignment?

The twentieth century,part1
Are these your choices? A. Duke Ellington B. Charles Ives C. Igor Stravinsky D. Scott Joplin What does your book say?

Cvics-I need these answers checked now or ill fail
Both are wrong. Please study your book more carefully.

Math
http://www.mathsisfun.com/numbers/fraction-number-line.html

English
You're welcome.

English
an alternate solution Alternate is an adjective modifying solution.

History
I've checked the last answers. I don't know about 14, 16, and 19. The rest are right.

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