Tuesday
February 9, 2016

# Posts by Ms. Sue

Total # Posts: 129,400

math
What is the least common multiple of these numbers?
January 13, 2016

What do you want to do. We know nothing about universities in your country.
January 13, 2016

Yes. You should probably go to a culinary arts school after high school.
January 13, 2016

Geography,maths literecy,life-science,agriculture,LO,sepedi and english
Choose a career that interests you and makes the best use of your abilities.
January 13, 2016

Maths Lit, Geography, Consumer Studies, Tourism
What do YOU want to do with your life?
January 13, 2016

Math Plz Correct Me!!
A is right. 9/15 = 3/5 = 6/10
January 12, 2016

Math Plz Correct Me!!
1. yes 2. no
January 12, 2016

Poetry
Yes, 4 B.
January 12, 2016

Poetry
I agree with your answers for the first two. I vote for A for number 3. The poet values being anonymous. What about 4?
January 12, 2016

Math
15.5 - (3 * 3.875) = ?
January 12, 2016

percentages
1.4x = 35
January 12, 2016

Math
100(5/20) = ?
January 12, 2016

Math
54.5 - 50 = 4.5 100(4.5 / 50) = _______%
January 12, 2016

Math
A = LW 360 = L * 12 360/12 = L 30 = Length P = 2L + 2W
January 12, 2016

Algebra
94 + x <= 110
January 12, 2016

math
The range is the difference between the largest and smallest numbers. http://www.mathsisfun.com/data/range.html
January 12, 2016

Fraction, word problem
(3/8)x = 12
January 12, 2016

Math
0.05x = 125
January 12, 2016

math
You are welcome.
January 12, 2016

math
I divided by 0.2 because that's the percent that signed up. We only know how many that did sign up. 80% did not sign up. 20% of the members is 38. We need to know what 20% of an unknown number equals 38.
January 12, 2016

math
It looks as though Ariana is wrong. 0.2x = 38 x = 38 / 0.2 x = 190 members
January 12, 2016

math
12 * 3 = _______ miles
January 12, 2016

Math Help
1. no 2. doesn't make sense 3. yes 4. yes 5. yes
January 12, 2016

Math
This should get you started. http://www.google.com/#q=cube+root+512
January 12, 2016

Math
5 and 7 Check -- do those numbers work?
January 12, 2016

Are there any Biology teachers that could help me?
I'm sorry, but Jiskha doesn't have any regular biology tutors. Try this site. http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/
January 12, 2016

15 * 1.7 = ?
January 12, 2016

8/46 = x/138 Cross multiply and solve for x.
January 12, 2016

Math
a city's population growth ups and downs of the stock market
January 12, 2016

us history
You're welcome.
January 12, 2016

us history
3. What map? The others are right.
January 12, 2016

0.15 * 300 = ?
January 12, 2016

math help
0.15 * 400 = ?
January 12, 2016

math
102/18 = 85/x Cross multiply and solve for x.
January 12, 2016

Math help
11.99x < 59.95
January 12, 2016

Us history help!
8 is wrong 9 - I don't know The others are right.
January 12, 2016

AP US Government & Politics
No, some states still disagreed about state boundaries. Check this site. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constitutional_Convention_(United_States)#Historical_context
January 12, 2016

AP US Government & Politics
We'll try to help you understand them. Let's start with the first question. 1. All of the following led to the Constitutional Convention EXCEPT state tax policies. Shays’s Rebellion. increased tariffs. clashes over state boundaries. weak attendance at the ...
January 12, 2016

L/A
You posted this a while ago and haven't received an answer. It's likely that no one has read this book. Please do not post this again.
January 12, 2016

Math
Change them to equivalent fractions with the common denominator of 60. Or Change them to equivalent decimals.
January 12, 2016

us history. Plz help!
Aarrgghh!! Please choose five of these that you're not sure about. Post them in a separate post using "Post a New Question."
January 12, 2016

math
3 * 5.5 = ______ miles
January 12, 2016

math
220 / 10 = \$_______________ each
January 12, 2016

math - insufficient information
What map? Pounds?
January 12, 2016

Math
109 / 3 = \$36.33
January 12, 2016

Math
You're welcome, Amy.
January 12, 2016

Math
24 + 6x
January 12, 2016

math
n + n + 6 = 30 2n = 24 n = 12
January 12, 2016

Culinary arts
People in coastal regions usually eat a lot of seafood.
January 12, 2016

math
0.6x + 0.25x + 24 = x 0.85x + 24 = x 24 = 0.15x 24/0.15 = 160 cookies
January 12, 2016

Conversion????
What a phenomenal athlete! He runs 110 years?????
January 12, 2016

One last L.A. question!
You're very welcome, Emerson. You are not a pain. I enjoy helping you. :-)
January 12, 2016

One last L.A. question!
Mom is right again! Aren't moms always right? <g> But, learn this for yourself. The site I posted for you has an excellent explanation and clear examples.
January 12, 2016

One last L.A. question!
Learn how to identify an independent clause and depend upon yourself! Study this site carefully. http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/mainclause.htm Who do you think is right?
January 12, 2016

English
No one is going to help you answer test questions. Tests assess what you know. If you don't show that you know anything, you fail!
January 12, 2016

english
Jiskha is not affiliated with any school. We have no idea what you're talking about. Reread the stories!
January 12, 2016

Social Studies
Yes. But that was a minor event caused by the transcontinental railroad. http://www.ducksters.com/history/westward_expansion/first_transcontinental_railroad.php
January 12, 2016

Social Studies
January 12, 2016

Yes. 4 A. d d d
January 12, 2016

1. b 2. b - no 3. c - yes 4. c - no 5. d - yes 6. b - yes 7. c - yes 8. a - yes 9. http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/mainclause.htm 10. d - yes
January 12, 2016

Social studies
None of the above. Study this map. http://www.nationsonline.org/maps/middle_east-map_1200px.jpg
January 12, 2016

Language Arts
That sentence has two prepositional phrases: behind the door for her friend
January 12, 2016

Language Arts
5. right - plus one more 6. right 7, right 8. right
January 12, 2016

Language Arts
If you can identify the prepositional phrases, figuring out the rest of the sentence is easy.
January 12, 2016

Language Arts
Yes, around the block is a prepositional phrase.
January 12, 2016

Children Development
January 12, 2016

Math
If it were 2 meters per second, then it would take 16 seconds to go 8 meters.
January 12, 2016

Social studies
If you choose to post here, you should follow the tutors' instructions. If that's too much trouble, then don't post on Jiskha.
January 12, 2016

Social studies
January 12, 2016

History
Your Mom is right. The Southern states wanted the highest population possible so they'd have more representatives in Congress.
January 12, 2016

Math
January 12, 2016

Math
The second answer is correct. The other two are wrong.
January 12, 2016

Math - Algegra
6-6x+7+3x+4x-5=2-4*3 8 + x = 2 - 64 x = -62 - 8 x = -70
January 12, 2016

math
16.20 / 20 = 0.81 per pound 23.40 / 26 = 0.90 per pound Take it from here.
January 12, 2016

Math
5h - 9 = -16 + 6h Add 16 to both sides. 5h - 9 + 16 = 6h 5h + 7 = 6h Subtract 5h from both sides 7 = h
January 12, 2016

Social studies
C is correct. Most people in the Middle East are Muslims whose families have lived in the region for thousands of years.
January 12, 2016

Social studies
I'll be glad to check your answer. Note that Southwest Asia is often referred to as the Middle East.
January 12, 2016

Child Development
I'm sure many of those websites include goals for the activities.
January 12, 2016

Child Development
January 12, 2016

Math
Why did you star that N is less than 50?
January 12, 2016

Math
0.7/10 = x/100 Cross multiply and solve for x.
January 12, 2016

Social Studies
1.B - no 2.C - yes 3. 1234 - yes
January 12, 2016

Math
You're welcome.
January 12, 2016

Math
(5/8) / 6 (5/8) * (1/6) = 5/48 yard
January 12, 2016

Math
I = PRT I = 2,500 * 0.045 I = ?
January 12, 2016

Shurley English
It's a declarative sentence. It has a compound subject and one verb. http://images.pcmac.org/SiSFiles/Schools/AL/BaldwinCounty/JLarryNewton/Uploads/DocumentsCategories/Documents/Shurley%20Grammar-%20Quick%20Guide.pdf
January 12, 2016

MaThs
3xcm + xcm = 4xcm
January 12, 2016

math,geography,agriculture,life sciences
What do you want to do? http://www.google.com/#q=careers+without+math
January 12, 2016

You'll find out in college what courses you need there for a social work degree. In high school, take all of the hardest courses you can.
January 12, 2016

grammar
1. are - no -- What is the subject? 2.seems - yes
January 11, 2016

grammar
Did the wheelchair have a fractured tibia?
January 11, 2016

Social Studies (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)
No. Hopping and jumping imply children's games. These were deadly battles involving airmen and sailors. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pacific_Ocean_theater_of_World_War_II
January 11, 2016

Social Studies (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)
I don't like the terms "leaped" and "jumped" in your first answer. 6. Truman also considered the number of casualties we'd suffer if the war against Japan continued much longer.
January 11, 2016

maths
5/3 = 120/x Cross multiply and solve for x.
January 11, 2016