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math
3/18 = 1/6

english
sqrt = square root http://www.mathsisfun.com/square-root.html

Ashford?????
Didn't you like my last response? http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1491154745

Social studies - correction
Sorry -- I forgot that Berlin was divided into four sectors immediately after the war. Britain and the U.S. joined theres, and later France joined them to make West Berlin, governed by the three nations.

Social studies
Do you have a typo? West Berlin was always united. However, after World War II, Berlin was divided into a Western zone and and Eastern zone. C is not correct. http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/berlin-is-divided

Ashford???
What do you study in a school subject called "Ashford?" What kind of officials are you hiring? What kind of sports day? What is your answer?

Math
You're welcome.

Math
The horse's path is a circumference. C = pi * d C = 3.14 * 30

Math
A = LW 150 = 7.5L 150/7.5 = L

social studies
C is right. Please do not use all-caps. It's considered shouting on the internet.

Science
http://www.google.com/#q=difference+between+Type+1+(T1DM)+and+Type+2+(T2DM)+diabetes&*

Math
N÷7=30 Multiply both sides by 7. N = 210

Science
You're welcome.

Science
http://www.google.com/#q=types+of+tissue+fat&* http://www.google.com/#q=+types+of+tissue+ligament&* http://www.google.com/#q=types+of+tissue+bone&*

Politics
There seems to be a big difference between a capitalist state and a country with an economy labeled as capitalism. This book seems to define the capitalist state. http://bobjessop.org/2013/11/04/the-capitalist-state-marxist-theories-and-methods/

english
You're welcome.

english
Read the play first. Post this again tomorrow or later AFTER you've read the play.

english
Yes.

english
The first thing you need to do is read Romeo and Juliet. You won't get any help from Jiskha tutors until you do. This no-fear version in modern English will help you. http://nfs.sparknotes.com/romeojuliet/

english
What does your text tell you about writing a persuasive essay map? Some of these sites may help you. http://www.google.com/#q=persuasive+essay+map&*

math
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1491073987

English
Start with thinking about which significant events are mental or psychological; for instance, awakenings, discoveries, or changes in consciousness. Choose the play in which these events seem most meaningful to you.

Psychology
These articles will help. http://www.google.com/#q=psychology+impulse+control&*

biology
http://www.google.com/#q=complications+of+diabtetes+mellitus&*

Biology
http://www.google.com/#q=Similarities+Between+Typhoid+And+Cholera&*

algebra 1
A = pi * r^2 12/ 3.14 = r^2 1.9549 = r

math
None of the above.

Math
I don't know most of the answers. But it would help anyone who wants to check them if you numbered the answers to correspond with the questions.

Math
If you don't understand them, where did you get the answers? Why aren't the answers numbered like the questions?

Math
Why did you post these questions without your answers???

English
What reason does the author of your text give?

Science) Breast Cancer
You're welcome.

Science) Breast Cancer
http://www.cancer.org/cancer/breast-cancer.html http://www.cancer.gov/types/breast

math
What don't you understand?

math
Circumference equals pi times diameter.

math
C = pi * d C = 3 * 50

English
I assume this is from Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter. http://www.sparknotes.com/nofear/lit/the-scarlet-letter/chapter-5/ Hyperbole is exaggeration, but there are no actual bounds on Hester. This is comparing two unlike things. Which device makes such a comparison?

History
We can't see your map. Spain is in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula. Sweden is in northern Europe, just west of Norway. It's on the Scandinavian Peninsula.

English
What is your question?

Geography
Does your cartogram show GNP?

history
You're welcome.

history
provinces vs. states tax-supported health care vs. privately financed health care bilingual vs. monolingual And more -- http://www.google.com/#q=similarities+and+differences+between+the+U.S.+and+Canada&*

social studies
Yes, 3.

Math
Since English doesn't appear to be your native language, I suggest you ask a native-English speaker to help you write your question so that others can understand it.

Math
Didn't you see the answer that Henry posted for you? http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1490357356

Math
The dimensions could be 2 * 18 3 * 12 4 * 9 6 * 6 P = 2L + 2W P = (2 * 2) + (2 * 18) P = 40 Take it from there.

Math Help
Please show your work. How did you get 2?

Math Help
It's similar to the last one you posted. I'll be glad to check your answer.

Math (Check 2 answers please)
You're welcome.

Math (Check 2 answers please)
Both of your answers are right.

gerund sentence making
You've been doing fine in your other posts about gerunds. Try these yourself, using what you've learned. I'll be glad to check them for you.

Math
A = bh/2 A = (7.5 * 12.25) / 2 A = ______ square feet

Math
I answered your last question. Is the new number greater or smaller than the original?

Math
41579.8

History
Are you sure rifles fire many rounds in a minute? I thought only machine guns could do that. http://trenchwarfareprojectmasarrahalch.weebly.com/weapons.html http://www.firstworldwar.com/weaponry/rifles.htm

gerund
Drinking is the object of the preposition, after. Fixing is a pn.

gerund
fixing is a d.o - no Plan is fixing drinking is pn? - no After drinking, Note that the verb is "drive." Who shouldn't drive?? What is the subject?

gerund
Drinking is not the subject. Is fixing a pn or a do? The rest are right.

Social science
http://www.citymetric.com/business/factory-towns-which-british-cities-still-have-big-manufacturing-industries-1540 http://www.forbes.com/sites/joelkotkin/2014/06/19/americas-new-industrial-boomtowns/#1ef42ae03720

History/English
Yes.

History/English
Yes. It's grammatically correct. Of course an opposing pundit might add that it's not true for the victim.

gerund help
You're very welcome. That's what comes from reading a lot of mystery novels. :-)

gerund help
sentencing

civic education
list six what? What limitation of human rights do you see?

Designing Specialty Areas
Frankly, I don't see any reason to introduce preschoolers to these tools. There's plenty of time later. I'd at least wait until they could read and write.

Designing Specialty Areas
OK. And when my mother taught kindergarten many years ago, the only scissors in the classroom were small blunt-ended dull scissors.

Designing Specialty Areas
Yike! Does your text recommend handsaws in a preschool?

Designing Specialty Areas
We have no idea what is discussed in your textbook.

Math
260/500 = 52/100 = 13/25

food and Nutrition
http://www.reference.com/health/first-class-second-class-proteins-3665ee504df2ba55

Social Studies
Well -- we still have discrimination and poverty. Which of the first two do you think is right? Be sure to check your text because both answers could be correct.

english
What do you think?

ELA
You're welcome. :-)

ELA
Some of these sites may help you. http://www.google.com/#q=a+dream+within+a+dream+theme&*

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

Math
Right!

Math
Subtract. 20.00 - 6.50 = $__________

Math
12.5h >= 390

Math
Bre -- if you have no typos in your problem -- your number is 8,729.6 Sam thought you meant thousandTHS, not thousands.

Ethics
I disagree with the basic premise about rationing. However, you may find some good information in some of these sites. http://www.google.com/#q=ethics+of+healthcare+harris+rationing&*

Ethics
Is "ethics of health care" a book, an article? Or what? Who is the author?

Social studies
http://sustainableatlantaga.com/2015/04/02/remembering-the-time-andrew-jackson-decided-to-ignore-the-supreme-court-in-the-name-of-georgias-right-to-cherokee-land/

Maths
531/16 = 33.1875

Math
The first is right, the second is wrong.

Math
I'll be glad to check your answers.

Math Help
Yes, A is correct.

Math
You're welcome. :-)

Math
2(2x ? 5 ? 4) = 160 ? 17 4x - 10 - 8 = 143 4x = 161 x = 40.25

history
Yes, both of your answers are right.

Science
No. http://www.google.com/#q=ratio+of+freshwater+to+percent+saltwater+&*

hahahaha
Just took it? Or it took her/him? BEWARE OF PRANKSTERS who claim to have the right answers!

MATH
All of the sides of a cube are equal. Think of a die. http://www.mathopenref.com/cubevolume.html To find the length of each side, take the cube root of 27. 3 * 3 * 3 = 27

algebra
8 x + 4 = 68 8x = 64 x = ?

writing
No. It is not a sentence. What is the subject?

Math
I hope it says "What is the measure . . ." A circle has 360 degrees. If you divide it into 9 equal parts each center angle is 360/9 = 40 degrees http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/degrees.html

algebra
Yep. You're right.

algebra
What do you get when you multiply 6 * 7?

English--quick question
I couldn't find disbelievement -- so I suggest you not use it. The disbelief of the people . . . would be much better.

math
x + x + 33 = 175 2x = 142 x = 71 Owen has $71.

American gov
You are very welcome.

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