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August 1, 2014

Posts by Ms. Sue


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history
The Taft-Hartley Act did not strengthen the Wagner Act.

history
http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1667.html

grammar
Yesterday is an adverb here.

math??
Which of these is your school SUBJECT? http://www.google.com/#q=mmu

ALGEBRA
The first step is to subtract 100 from 900. Do you see what to do next?

reading
Right.

ALGEBRA
I'll be glad to check your answer.

reading
Wrong: glib, condescend The rest are correct.

algebra
It could be either -- depending upon the value of m.

ALGEBRA
What don't you understand about these problems?

algebra
2/9x = 24

math
Please proofread, correct, and repost.

Math
P = 2L + 2W 106 = 2(W + 5) + 2W 106 = 4W + 10 96 = 4W 24 = width

Correction
Divide the interest plus the principal by the number of months.

math-Ms Sue please help
First figure the interest. I = PRT Add that to the principal. Multiply by 25 * 12. What do you get?

English - Miss Sue
Yay! C is right.

English
No. See my earlier hint about this question.

English
I already told you the answer in a previous post.

English
Not necessarily.

English
Which words are misplaced?

math
Sorry -- but I know nothing about the actuarial method.

math
You're welcome.

math
Thanks. The correct way is to use this formula. Interest = principal * rate * time I = 4800 * 0.05 * 0.75 I = 180 4800 + 180 = 4980

math
How did you get that answer?

math
You're welcome.

math
100(8/30) = ?

English
Since when did a speech wear a suit??

English
I agree.

English
Yes.

Literature-Help me Ms. Sue
You're welcome.

Literature-Help me Ms. Sue
As you can see from the link Writeacher posted, A is correct.

Math
3 feet = 1 yard 300 feet = 100 yards P = 2L + 2W P = 2(200) + 2(100) P = _______ yards

English
Nope. Which sentence has a parallel structure using three prepositional phrases?

English
No. This one is tricky. Read carefully.

English
Right again!

English
Yes. C is right.

English
You're right.

English
I've never seen a speech wearing a suit.

English
No.

English
B is correct.

English
B is right.

English
Right.

English
Correct.

English
No. Does the work leave for the day?

health care
http://www.google.com/#q=health+information+managers+may+expand+their+roles

English
You're welcome.

English
No. http://www.elearnenglishlanguage.com/blog/english-mistakes/everyday-vs-every-day/ As you can see, the best answer is A.

English
I disagree.

English
That's right.

English
B is right.

English
I don't think so. Although I don't like general sentences with "you," I think A is the best answer. What does your book say about misplaced words?

English
Correct.

English
What is it? Who is they?

math i have no idea help please
You're welcome, Eduarda.

math i have no idea help please
35 / (12.5/2) < x

English
Right.

English
Right.

English
No.

English
B is right.

English
No. When your dad was five he taught you to ride your bike?

History
Here are the steps you need to take. 1. Research and take notes on your topic. Be sure you record the sources from which you take notes. 2. Write a tentative thesis statement. Follow the suggestions in this site. http://leo.stcloudstate.edu/acadwrite/thesistatement.html 3. Mak...

math
0.8x = 13.72 x = $17.15

English
I agree.

geography
Take some of these interest inventories to help narrow your interests. http://www.google.com/#q=interest+inventory

Economics
Yes.

math
V = 3.14 * 0.75 * 6 V = 14.13 cubic feet 14.13 * 490 = 6,924 lbs.

movement and music
I agree.

MATH
Right. $124.50

Business
http://www.google.com/#q=NPA+RBA%E2%80%99s+Code+of+Conduct.

art history
1, 3, 5, and 9 are right. I'm signing off now, but I'll be back tomorrow.

art history
Where are your answers? And please don't copy some garbage from an unreliable internet source.

Music
In 4/4/ time, a quarter note gets one beat. Since 2/8 equals 1/4, two eighth notes get one beat. Four sixteenth notes get one beat.

art history
Nope. He was German. I already told you that answer. It looks as though I wasted my time.

art history
Does this make sense to you? Isn't the answer supposed to be a person? 2. credited with being the founder of Renaissance painting in the Netherlands distance I found the same stupid answers on the internet. Obviously someone was playing games with this set of questions.

art history
Huh??? Many of your answers make no sense! Did you think my answers were wrong?

Literature-Help me Ms. Sue
I disagree.

Literature-Help me Ms. Sue
I agree.

Literature-Help me Ms. Sue
OK.

Literature-Help me Ms. Sue
Right!

Literature-Help me Ms. Sue
Study this definition. http://www.vocabulary.co.il/connotative_denotative_vocabulary/ What do you think?

Literature
I agree.

art history
http://www.themasterpiececards.com/famous-paintings-reviewed/?Tag=Jan+van+Eyck http://www.artcyclopedia.com/artists/durer_albrecht.html

art history
I'll get you started -- 1. mathematical 2. Hieronymus Bosch I'll be glad to check your answers for the rest of these.

art history
Do you have a word bank for these statements?

math
2563 - 2 = ?

algebra
5/30 = x/600 30x = 3,000 x = 100

Math
Why did you multiply 20 times x? x + x + 20 = 270 2x = 250 x = 125 Mike paid $125.

World Geography
You're welcome! And thanks to Damon for the vivid picture! :-)

World Geography
location history culture

Psychology
You're welcome.

Psychology
I agree. http://www.alleydog.com/glossary/definition.php?term=Proactive+Interference

Education
Yes. Educated individuals should meet certain criteria. We don't want teachers, accountants, doctors, pharmacists, etc. who don't know what they are doing.

English
Since the clause, "but I'm very busy today," implies that he can't walk the dog today, 5 is the best answer.

English
They all mean about the same -- but 1 usually means # 2. #3 likely means that a bus goes where you want to go. #4 is more often addressed to a child who's been given permission to take the bus.

English
In this context, both 1 and 2 mean about the same. The word "may" indicates that the dog walker has a choice.

math
100x = 150 x = 150/100 x = 1.5 = 150%

Leadership
I haven't punished anyone in 45 years -- since my children were small.

Math
I=PRT 50 = 800 * R * 0.1667 50 = 133.3334R 0.374 = 37.4% = R

math
What is the problem you're trying to solve?

math
75

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