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July 23, 2014

Posts by Ms. Sue


Total # Posts: 102,526

English
It seems to me that Whitman believed his observations were universally shared. However, if the computer marked it wrong, C may be the answer.

English
Is this one of your choices? Whitman believes that his observations are, in some sense, universally shared

Science
You're welcome.

Science
Right! :-)

Science
How does that relate to the hypothesis? Isn't the hypothesis about testing to see if fertilizer will increase the number of flowers?

Science
And your answer is?

us history
"In your reasoned opinion . . ." What is your opinion?

us history
What do you think?

us history
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Counterculture_of_the_1960s

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

us history
These sites should help you. http://sites.google.com/a/pftsta.jppss.k12.la.us/apush-note-site/home/chapters-21-31/chapter-26-the-cold-war http://www.google.com/#q=Cold+War+liberalism+

politics
What are your choices?

Education/College
You may want to use your or a friend's photos. School pictures?

Education/College
http://www.jessicasimien.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/Men-growing-older-001.jpg http://www.momdot.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/growing-up-girl.jpg

math
20 + 0.08m = 12 + 0.12m 8 = 0.04m 8/0.04 = m 200 = m

English
All of these are right. 1 and 2 mean the same thing. 3 and 4 mean the same thing.

English
2 and 5 are correct. The others are not correct.

English
1 is not correct. The rest are correct.

math - insufficient information
Please proofread, correct, and repost.

Economics
http://www.economicshelp.org/blog/67/money/money-multiplier-and-reserve-ratio-in-us/

General question
Click on your name above.

math
5

English
1 is correct; 2 is not. 3 is correct; 4 is not.

English
Yes, they all mean about the same.

English
6 - 10 are all grammatical. Yes, we can use "another" instead of "one."

pharmacology
http://www.medterms.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=5157

Education/College
You're very welcome, Cathy.

Education/College
My "honorary grandson" was born in Vietnam and adopted by an American family when he was six months old. Even though he still looks Vietnamese, he's thoroughly American in likes, personality, and culture.

Math
-402/3 = -134 -133 + -134 + -135 = -402

Math
3 - 4 = -1

Math
a) 3 us subtracted from each preceding number. 0, -3, -6 b) 1, 2, 3 . . . c) Do you see the pattern here?

history
None.

algebre
m/15 = mpg

English
1 and 2 are correct. 3 and 4 are not. Feast means eating a lot of good food. 6 is better.

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

English
1 is correct; 2 is not. 3 and 4 are not right. He lived in 63 B.C. He went to Brazil in 2000. (A.D. is not used here.) 5 is correct.

sports
basketball. "The Chicago Bulls are a professional basketball team based in Chicago, Illinois, playing in the Central Division of the Eastern Conference in the National Basketball Association. The team was founded on January 26, 1966. Wikipedia"

algebra
n/8 + 6= 58 n/8 = 52 n = 416

algebraic expression
I'll be glad to check your answer.

algebra expressions
8-x

statistics
A.

science
What are your choices? I'll be glad to check your answer.

Chemistry
.

Business
Money! Money! Money! To make a profit.

Grammar
"Either one" is singular. Which singular verb would you use in this sentence? He has a new car. or He have a new car.

Alegbra
15(6a+6) 90a + 90

Grammar
Both are correct. One may be better than the other in specific contexts. The general rule is that adverbs can be placed more than one place in a sentence. We try to place the adverb closest to the word we want to emphasize.

Math
-4(-5x-u)-2(3u-2x) 20x + 4u - 6u + 4x 24x - 2u

Math
-4 (-w+4x-2) 4w - 16x + 8

Math 221
I've done several problems for you. Now it's your turn. How do you think this problem should be solved?

Math 221
Divide the numerator by the denominator. 78/25 = 3.12

geometry
I'm sorry you didn't proofread your post and gotten rid of the extraneous garbage. V=πr2h 980 = 3.14 * r^2 * 20 980 = 62.8 * r^2 980/62.8 = r^2 15.6051 = r^2 3.95 = r

Math 221
P = 4s

Math 221
Is 13 ft the length of a side of the square?

Math 221
Good. 130/105 = 1 25/130 = 1 5/26

Math 221
(13/15) / (7/10) (13/15) * (10/7) = Multiply the numerators together. Multiply the denominators together. What do you get?

Math 221
6.25 + 16.1 + 9 = 31.35

Math 221
9/10 = 36/40 3/8 = 15/40 36/40 + 15/40 = 51/40 = 1 11/40

Grammar
You're welcome.

Grammar
http://web.stanford.edu/~arnetha/expowrite/info.html

Science
Correct.

Biology
Dulce -- please use the same name for your posts. D is correct.

history
During that time period, much of the Middle East was part of the Ottoman Empire. http://lostislamichistory.com/non-muslim-rights-in-the-ottoman-empire/

history
When? Where? There are huge differences depending upon the time period and the location.

Chemistry -- ENOUGH!
Please do not post any more questions without your answers.

Science
C

Science
Right.

Science
Your answer? This answer is obvious if you understand the question and vocabulary.

math - insufficient information
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history
Industrial Revolution does not fit in that blank.

social psychology
What are your choices?

college algebra 1
Change all of them to equivalent factions with denominators of 21. 2/7 = 6/21 6/7 = 18/21 2/3 = 14/21 etc.

algebraic expression
h/4 You're welcome.

algebraic expression
d + 15

statistics -- Huh??
Huh??

math
56 * 0.0613 = 3.4328 = $3.43

Math
Please do not post any more questions without showing us what you don't understand about the problem.

Math - Homework dumping
You're cheating yourself by posting 14 questions with no evidence of your attempts to answer them.

Grammar
All are correct. :-)

Grammar
You're welcome. And again I apologize for misleading you at first. My brain must have shut down then.

Grammar
I apologize. I don't know what I was thinking when I checked your answers the first time. 1. "Jamie's surprise party" is the complete subject No. The verb is "are having." Who is having? 2. C Yes. 3. B Sorry, I goofed the first time. The answer is...

Grammar
1. One of those is right. 2. No. 3. No. 4. No. 5. Yes. 6. Yes. 7. B is right. 8. B is right.

Ultimate medical academy
http://www.ehow.com/list_7367618_factors-influence-health-care-services_.html

US Government
http://www.senate.gov/reference/reference_index_subjects/Elections_Campaigns_vrd.htm

US Government
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2011/12/28/what_2010_census_tells_us_about_2020_reapportionment.html

babysitting
http://www.livestrong.com/article/443253-what-veggies-will-raise-blood-sugar/

Education/College
He who forgets the past is condemned to repeat it.

Criminal Justice/Social Impact of Technology
I agree.

exam
Is exam really the name of your school subject?

Math
A = 3.14 * 6^2 A = 3.14 * 36 A = ______ square inches

English
1 is grammatical; 2 is not. Both 3 and 4 are correct. 5. is wrong; 5 is right.

English
Yes.

English (Grammar)
1. Drama is not capitalized. The others are correct.

English
1 is right. Doves and pigeons are different species within the same family. http://www.proz.com/forum/teaching_and_learning_languages/28738-dove_vs_pigeon_how_to_explain_the_difference.html

English
The first two are good. The last two are good if you omit "well." 2 is probably the most common.

Ethics and moral reasoning
Internal good comes from feeling good about ourselves. We are proud of ourselves. External good comes from others -- such as social status and money. http://pluslife.minuslife.net/internal-goods--external-goods

Ethics and moral reasoning
What kind of help would you like from us?

English
1. is not grammatical. 2 is grammatical but not used very often. 3. is commonly used. 4 is ok if we say "I am looking forward to GOING home now." 5 and 6 are grammatical and common.

Math
You're very welcome, Tom. :-)

Math
8,000 - 13,000 = -5,000 It's a loss of $5,000.

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