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July 26, 2014

Posts by Ms. Sue


Total # Posts: 102,552

Civics
3 is wrong. The others are right.

Civics
No.

Civics
I'll be glad to check your answers.

Life sciences, Business studies,Maths lit and CAT
Don't ask us! You are the only one who knows what you like and where your talents lie.

u.s. history
http://www.history.com/topics/1918-flu-pandemic

u.s. history
Have you made a list of the changes that occurred during WWI and after 9/11? That will give you a start.

u.s. history
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_home_front_during_World_War_I

English
I agree.

English
I agree with 10 and 12. I don't know whether 11 should be A, B, or D.

English
Both are correct.

English
You're welcome, Cassie.

English
2 is lazy

English
2 is not B. 3 is A.

English
1. Correct. 2. ?? A and D are opposites. 2. Wrong

History of KKK
http://www.history.com/topics/ku-klux-klan

English
Correct.

English
officer stepped stopped

English
You are right.

English
Right.

English
Apparently you have not identified the subjects of these sentences. A. Everyone B. Both C. Neither D. One

English
1 is wrong. 2 is right.

English
2 is correct. Which of these is correct for 4? He is repairing Him is repairing Me is repairing Us are reparing

English
2 is wrong. 4. Omit "Gabriel and." Which pronoun should be used?

ECONOMICS
http://www.gov.za/

English question
Neither is right. Both A and C focus on the author, not the reader. Good introductions address the audience.

math
7.12 = 2 * 3.14r 7.12 = 6.28r 7.12 / 6.28 = r 1.13 = r

Help Mrs.Sue LA
18 is right. 19. "The American Dream is not perfect. It takes courage and sacrifices, but it is worth it.”

Help Ms. Sue LA
Your answers are all correct. 17. Isn't the story about courage? I'll be glad to check your answers for 18 and 19.

Jumba s.s.s.
Which community?

MATH
today

Economics
In which country?

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

English
There's one subject and two verbs. What do you think they are?

language help !
1 is right 2 is wrong. 3 is right

language help !
Your answers???

Science
You're welcome.

Cooking please help
You could make a paste of the beans and sausages, perhaps will the help of sour cream or yogurt. Garnish with the graham cracker crumbs and strawberries. Serve with tiny pieces of rye bread or crackers.

language help !
I agree.

language help !
I'll be glad to check your answers.

math
-3T+8=20 -3T = 12 T = -4

Math
You're very welcome. :-)

Math
I don't like any of those choices. How many young people go to the grocery store on Sunday morning? B is the best way of getting a random sample. However, you'd probably get a "HUH?" from older people.

Algebra 1
You're welcome.

Algebra 1
0.012 * 1250 = ?

language help !
You posted these answers earlier. 1. a 2. d 3. a 4. i don't know this 1 I agree with your first two answers -- 1. a; 2. d; 3. d. is right. 4. c. is correct.

language help !
3 is right. The others are wrong.

Child Development
You're welcome.

Child Development
Right.

Child Development
They are quite different. Check out this article. It will help you make a choice between C and D. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Marcia

passing
How many credits are needed to pass in your school?

Social studies
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_during_the_Slave_Period

English 8
It's a noun, telling what Gram taught. Therefore it's a direct object.

English8
Yes.

Math: Linear Equation
Why are you trying to do this problem before you've learned how to do it in class?

ELA
Yay! Right.

ELA
You're welcome. What is the verb?

ELA
True is an adjective describing voice. Voice is a noun, the object of the preposition with.

ELA
Gecko is the subject, but only is an adverb, not a verb. What is the verb?

ELA
This is a compound sentence with two independent clauses. some have some are

u.s. history
I agree. :-)

u.s. history
What difference do you see between the two stanzas?

u.s. history
What is the first line of stanza 2?

u.s. history
Right. Good.

u.s. history
Your first description is better. How do you think Owens views this war?

u.s. history
Right. Remember, though, that these are young men who have quickly grown old in battle.

ELA
** and are using . . .

ELA
Hmm. Riana and Makaela asked the same question and using the same computer in downstate New York.

ELA
I'm sure your teacher wants YOU to write this poem. Writeacher gave you a good start.

Asap please????
Frost often wrote about New England.

The fourth stanza is all leading up to the final l
The fourth stanza paints the horror of a soldier dying a ghastly death. Yet, ironically, he finishes the stanza by saying that death is sweet and it's honorable to die for your country.

The fourth stanza is all leading up to the final l
What does the fourth stanza describe?

The fourth stanza is all leading up to the final l
Is that the fourth stanza? Are these the final lines? "Dulce et decorum est Pro patria mori"

PE--Check my answers :)
Please reorganize your questions properly, so that I might answer

History
You've guessed all four answers. Go back and check your book to see which is correct.

History
The question asks what does NOT describe India.

History
It is not correct.

History
Right.

State in transition
You're welcome.

South Carolina
I agree.

Post the poem?
No. Frost didn't have a brother.

Post the poem?
‘Out, Out—’ BY ROBERT FROST The buzz saw snarled and rattled in the yard And made dust and dropped stove-length sticks of wood, Sweet-scented stuff when the breeze drew across it. And from there those that lifted eyes could count Five mountain ranges one behind ...

math
6/7 = 84/x 6x = 588 x = 98

Social Studies
Thanks for clarifying this with information from your text. A must be the right answer.

Civics- Help PLEASE
1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 are wrong.

Health and Physical check answers
I disagree with your answers for 1, 2, and 10.

BUSINESS RESEARCH
No. http://www.investopedia.com/terms/i/insidertrading.asp

Math help plz
You're welcome.

Math help plz
Right.

Math help plz
http://www.ducksters.com/kidsmath/mean_median_mode_range.php

English
D. is missing a word.

English
Why?

math
C = pi * d C = 3.14 * 48 C = 150.72 inches 150.72 inches = 12.56 feet 50 / 12.56 = ________ times

Spanish 2
I'll send this to SraJMcGin, our Spanish expert.

English
First, the paragraph has a grammatical error. The subject is "number," so the verb should be "doesn't." I lean toward A.

English
You're welcome.

English
I was thinking about the content of the paragraph. If you're studying about analyzing various purposes for writing a paragraph, then you're probably right.

English
I vote for B.

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

English
He's on the borderline between being destitute and able to support himself.

English
He's between two different states of health or behavior. http://www.google.com/#q=borderline+definition What is the context of this use of borderline?

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