# Posts by Ms. Sue

Total # Posts: 147,432

**forensic science**

What do you think?

**math**

1. 5/6 2. Not enough information 3. What do you think? 4. Same as 3.

**science**

None of the above.

**civics**

Are these your choices? a. fixed expenses, like a mortgage or a debt payment b. luxury expenses, like new TVs or funding for recreation c. necessary expenses, like food or national security d, variable expenses, like food and education spending What is your answer?

**Math**

It could be 10 * 12 8 * 15 6 * 20 4 * 30

**Math 6th Grade**

You're welcome.

**Math 6th Grade**

(38 * 25) - (8 * 3) = ______ square inches

**Language arts**

How would you like us to help you?

**one english question answer check**

Both A and B are right. But check your text to be sure what that author says is correct.

**one english question answer check**

The tutorial I posted states that works consulted as well as those quoted needs to be in the Works Cited List.

**one english question answer check**

http://collegeofsanmateo.edu/csmlibrary/tutorials/wcited.html

**History**

What diagram?

**Math Explain**

18x^2 + 6 + 4x - 15x^2 - 4 + 13x Combine like terms. 18x^2 - 15x^2 = 3x^2 6 - 4 = 2 4x + 13x = 17x

**English answer check**

Yes.

**English answer check**

1. subjective - yes 2. Gamboled - yes 3.glimmeringly - yes 4. Fuselage - yes

**English answer check**

I disagree with your answer for number 1. 2. 3. and 4. For which words in the sentence do you need synonyms?

**Math**

YW.

**Math**

Right.

**civics**

I agree.

**English**

You are welcome.

**English**

You should include this information in your analysis. Explain how these directions contribut to your understanding of "A surprising point of view". Support your answer with evidence from the play.

**English**

If you don't have time to read your assignments, you are not being educated.

**English**

You're not schooled at all. You're a baby sitter. Your local school district might want to know about this.

**English**

Think about the meanings of shocking twist and foil. It should be clear which of those terms is illustrated in the poem and the story.

**English**

We'll be glad to check your answers.

**SS**

Neither answer is correct.

**college algebra - Enough!**

Please show us your thinking on this and your last two questions. Do not post any more questions until you've shown us some thinking on these questions.

**algebra**

(1/3)x + (1/4 * 2/3)x + 6 = x (4/12)x + (2/12)x + 6 = x (1/2)x + 6 = x 6 = (1/2)x 6 / 1/2) = x 12 = x

**World History**

A looks right.

**World History**

Both answers are wrong. Please read your text.

**world geography**

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ship_breaking

**politics**

I agree.

**Geography (Europe)**

You're welcome.

**Geography (Europe)**

http://www.google.com/#q=porcelain+mania+in+Europe http://www.google.com/#q=Silk+Cloth+Europe http://www.google.com/#q=tea+europe+history

**art answers included pt2**

The second answer is right.

**art. answers included**

Although I'm not sure about the definition of watercolor, I believe the others are right.

**math**

100(3.9/35.1) = _____%

**politics**

Yes, C.

**Fractions**

(10/10) - (5/10) - (2/10) = ?

**politics**

:-)

**politics**

Yes, D.

**politics**

Yes, C.

**politics**

I agree.

**History**

Yes, Reed is a Jiskha tutor -- and very knowledgeable.

**History**

MY ANSWERS ARE ???????

**Math**

What don't you understand about Steve's answer?

**Maths**

(10/10) - (2/10) - (5/10) = ?

**Math ??**

Fractions: Divide the numerator by the denominator. Multiply the decimal answer by 100. 3/4 = 0.75 = 75%

**politics**

I agree with D.

**Life orientation**

Since I'm an octogenarian, I can't answer this question. What do YOU think?

**Maths**

Area of rectangle = A = LW A - 20 * 5 A = 100 square cm. ?100 = 10 = each side of square

**science**

Yes, c.

**science**

No.

**GrammAr**

We'll be glad to check your answer. http://www.grammar-monster.com/glossary/adverbial_clauses.htm

**History**

Many investors sold their stocks to pay off their incredibly high debts.

**History**

I disagree. What does your text say?

**Math**

25/30 = 5/6

**Math**

(3/4)x = 15 Solve for x.

**business**

I agree.

**civics banking**

Yes, D.

**civics banking**

No. Why would people pay a higher rate for a loan?

**civics**

Yes.

**civics**

That's the right answer -- but it is not c.

**civics**

What is your final answer?

**civics help ms sue**

Lack of letters, spacing, and punctuation made this extremely confusing. If this is the way it should be, then b is correct. a.Republicans—spending money on new programs. Democrats—tax cuts for the wealthy b. Republicans—cutting government programs. Democrats&#...

**civics help ms sue**

No. Why did you choose c again after I told you that it's wrong. Read the answers carefully. You have one more chance to get this right.

**civics help ms sue**

There's a better answer.

**math**

A = LW A = (3/4) * (2/10) A = _______ square mile

**@ Please Help -- Banned**

I agree with Writeacher. We'll do our part in preventing cheating. I hope other teachers do their part, too.

**@ The Weekend**

1. Don't cheat. 2. If you have a question, start your own thread by clicking "Ask a New Question." 3. Do not butt into other threads.

**@ Please Help -- Banned**

Yes. These cheaters don't read either Jiskha directions or their own texts. Poor kids remain ignorant.

**@ Please Help -- Banned**

You are banned from posting here for posting a test and asking for answers for all of the questions.

**Math**

I'll be glad to check your answer.

**Math**

x/4 + 1 = -6 Subtract 1 from both sides. x/4 = -7 Multiply both sides by 4 x = -28

**math**

What are the factors of 30?

**English**

The first one isn't used because it's a statement of fact that isn't really true. We do use the second one -- as in -- I'm so hungry I could eat a horse.

**spanish 3**

No. http://www.spanishdict.com/conjugate/tener

**spanish 3**

I'll be glad to check your answer.

**Language Art**

I disagree.

**math(Help me plz)**

You're welcome.

**math(Help me plz)**

Looking around this room, I see doors, windows, desk top, books, lamp base, pictures -- all rectangles. They are four-sided regular polygons. Now it's your turn. http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/polygons.html

**math(Help me plz)**

What is the definition of a polygon?

**math(Help me plz)**

Look around your home and neighborhood. Do you see any polygons?

**English (Check answers)**

2 is B. 8 is A. You need the subject pronoun, "he." One way you can usually decide on the right pronoun is to drop the other noun and "and." He is getting ready to go camping . . .

**English (Check answers)**

2, 8 are wrong. The others are right.

**math**

0.99n = t

**Math**

Oh --base 1 and base 2. :-) What are the measurements for these two bases? What is the height?

**Math**

What are b1 and b2? Which number are you plugging in for which unknown?

**Math**

Sure.

**Math**

You're welcome.

**Math**

-20 - 8 = -28 at midnight

**Math**

Use their decimal equivalents. Or you could change them all to equivalent fractions with a common denominator of 24.

**@Anonymous**

I just found out that a square can have a radius. But I don't know how to solve this problem. http://sciencing.com/calculate-radius-square-2806.html

**biology**

And your answer is?

**Social Studies**

Yes, D.

**biology**

And your answers are?

**Math**

Why do you want to know?

**Math**

B + B + 3 + B + 4 = 31 Solve for B.

**Math**

You're welcome.

**Math**

Yep. A = bh