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July 2, 2015

Posts by Reed


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Social Studies
You are wrong on question 1. You are correct on question 2. Do you have a textbook to read?
April 2, 2015

Social Studies
We will not give you the answers to your questions, but we will check your work. Tell us what you think the answers are, and we'll tell you if you are correct or not. If you need further reading to find your answers, please ask and we will try to guide you.
April 2, 2015

Social Studies
What are your answers? How can we help you?
April 2, 2015

Ethics in Tech
Amy, you might also read this: http://www.scholarship.law.duke.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2494&context And D is wrong.
April 2, 2015

Social Studies
I have no idea why that was posted three times! And, sorry, I'm Reed - tutor = and answered above. :)
April 2, 2015

History
Alright! Try reading your on-line textbook, too. It just might help.
April 1, 2015

History
I can't imagine why you don't have a textbook, but read the links Ms. Sue posted. There is a good site about agriculture in South Carolina, but I can't, for some reason, post it to you. Type "south Carolina agriculture 1920s" in your search engine and you...
April 1, 2015

History
Do you have a textbook?
April 1, 2015

History
Correct on both.
April 1, 2015

History
1 - No. Read the speech. 2 - yes 3 - yes 4 - yes
April 1, 2015

History
Correct
April 1, 2015

reading and writing
Neither would I have chosen A. Oh, well.
April 1, 2015

reading and writing
Also study this: http://www.grammar.yourdictionary.com/style-and-usage/list-transition-words.html
April 1, 2015

Art
I agree with C.
April 1, 2015

Art
What's your answer?
April 1, 2015

Reed
First, I'm sorry I didn't see your first post. I was away from home for several hours yesterday. Your essay is, basically, okay. A few suggestions: Your last sentence makes it sound like a commercial, not an essay. Your t-to-last sentence might be a good ending. But ...
April 1, 2015

career help
Yes, Oscar, I would also opt for D, if you have to choose one.
April 1, 2015

career help
Can you choose more than one? I'd say "all of the above," but that's apparently not an option.
April 1, 2015

us history
What is your answer?
April 1, 2015

SCHOOL
Nah, nobody should ever learn anything at all, just cheat to get the answers even if you have no idea why. You might learn something new! Heaven forbid! APRIL FOOLS! Have a good day yourself! :)
April 1, 2015

Philosophy
Yes, I agree. We have no ideas of our own as newborns. But as we experience living, we can make up our own minds, if we have the courage to do so. Sometimes a person is afraid to think for herself/himself, and so becomes the blank slate or the sponge for fear of disapproval. ...
March 31, 2015

Philosophy
TayB, this is a question we cannot answer with any degree of certainty. Locke had his ideas, which have influenced thought on the "blank slate" idea. Others have other ideas. We do not know a clear and definite answer. Read some ideas, then propose your own response...
March 31, 2015

poetry
Dixie, you asked the same question earlier today. Ask yourself what the poem means, what the poet intended you to see, feel, etc. Then put the idea or ideas into your own words. If you do not understand the poem, perhaps we can help you, but once you do understand it, it ...
March 31, 2015

Reed
Um, I do hope it was good, and I'm sure it was. All I could have done was critique your writing, not the content. You know more about iPhones and iPods than I do, so I'm sure you know what you're talking about. :)
March 31, 2015

Reed
I DO HOPE
March 31, 2015

history
What do either of those have to do with the Great Depression? How do students, parents, etc., or friends and homework have to do with it? One friend is unemployment? One is collapse of the financial system? One is falling farm prices? The analogies don't hold.
March 31, 2015

history
Yes, Leo. All stems leading to the central idea. In your mind map, the hockey net is the central point. The contributing factors are the "stems," as you put it.
March 31, 2015

english
What does your textbook say? What do you think?
March 31, 2015

Readin Reed plz read
Sure! I'll be glad to read it. I may be in and out of Jiskha, but I'll look for it. :)
March 31, 2015

English
Well, it's an adjective clause, but still the blank is the subject.
March 31, 2015

English
1, 2, 3, 5 & 6 are correct 4 is wrong on 7, which is subjective and objective, who/whom. The blank represents the subject of a dependent clause.
March 31, 2015

English
Writeacher may be away from her keyboard. 3 is still passive by adding "can." 6 looks fine now.
March 31, 2015

Art Pls help
Both are correct.
March 31, 2015

health
Try reading this: http://www.niaid.nih.gov/... National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
March 31, 2015

Social Studies
This might also help: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bangladesh_Liberation_War
March 31, 2015

art
Are we building a house or designing a movie set?
March 31, 2015

English
I agree with your answers. What confuses you about #2?
March 31, 2015

social studies
What is your answer? Have you read your textbook?
March 31, 2015

poetry
Are you supposed to find one or write one of your own?
March 30, 2015

L.A
No, it' not B.
March 30, 2015

american government
Apparently none.
March 30, 2015

English
I don't know this story, but see if this helps you: http://www.sparknotes.com › SparkNotes › Short Story Study Guides
March 30, 2015

Social Studies
Or he typed "South" when he should have typed "North?"
March 30, 2015

Social Studies
Daniel, Ms. Sue is right. During the Civil War, the South had no industrial base to speak of. If D is the answer, I'd get your money back from this course!
March 30, 2015

English
All are correct. All would be used. 4 and 6 mean something slightly different than the others. I'm wearing means I already have the clothes on, I'm not in the process of getting dressed or changing clothes.
March 30, 2015

English
yes, 2 and 3 mean the same thing. 1 and 4 mean the same thing. 1 is different than 2; 1 uses the singular "evening," which could only mean one evening; 2 uses the plural, which means Tom comes more than once, probably every evening.
March 30, 2015

English
Both are grammatical. :)
March 30, 2015

english
Okay!! It's been a while since I read the book myself, but look at the minister that Jane takes refuge with after she leaves Rochester's house. And is there a reference to "higher" education when Jane is sent out to be a governess? There may be references there.
March 30, 2015

english
Have you read the book?
March 30, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!!!!!
Yes, sorry about 1. It was industrialization. The fact is that African Americans did have more opportunity to form their own businesses in segregated communities as blacks moved from the farms to the city for work, but that was an unintended consequence that actually was a ...
March 30, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!!!!!
:)
March 30, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!!!!!
On #2, yes. A may be the answer they want, with D.
March 30, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!!!!!
Macy's was founded in New York City, now based in Cincinnati, Ohio.
March 30, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!!!!!
Right on 1. D is correct on 2, rethink or restudy B. You're wrong on 3.
March 30, 2015

english
Frist sentence: "the" is unnecessary before "athletes." I would make the statement about "banners" a separate sentence. "don't forget" is clumsy if you are explaining why OPC is good for athletes. The reader may not know about them ...
March 30, 2015

Check my answers SS
Again, I don't know what the American Protective Agency is. Literary tests were, certainly, an attempt to disenfranchise African Americans. If your textbook says the APA was about African Americans, go with it. What I find about the APA was that it was an anti-Catholic ...
March 30, 2015

ENGLISH
No. morose [ məˈrōs, mô- ] ADJECTIVE sullen and ill-tempered. synonyms: sullen · sulky · gloomy · bad-tempered · ill-tempered · dour · More Powered by OxfordDictionaries · © Oxford University Press
March 30, 2015

ENGLISH HELP
Still wrong on 1. Correct on 2 and 3. "In" is the preposition in 3.
March 30, 2015

ENGLISH HELP
1 - no 2 - yes 3 - no
March 30, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!
You're wrong about Leo Frank's murderers being punished. http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org › … › Progressive Era to WWII, 1900-1945
March 30, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!
As you have corrected it, you're right on 5. Literacy tests are true for 6, I don't know about the American Protective Agency. 7 is correct. African American prejudice in 8? It was an example of anti-Semitism, certainly.
March 30, 2015

broward
Please obey Jiskha rules and put your subject matter in the subject matter space if you want a chemistry tutor to see your post.
March 30, 2015

Reading
Okay! You know more about these devices than I do.
March 30, 2015

Reading
Can you use an iPod as a telephone (voice communication) at all?
March 30, 2015

Reading
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPhone http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPod
March 30, 2015

Reading
Do you know what they are? You might start with the idea you can send a text or actually talk to someone on an iPhone, but can you do that on an iPod?
March 30, 2015

LA help
You're welcome. He was one of the most brilliant artists in all history. I've seen some of his work. It's beautiful.
March 30, 2015

LA help
http://www.biography.com/people/michelangelo-9407628 http://www.biography.com/people/michelangelo-9407628
March 30, 2015

History
This may help. South Carolina was no different than the rest of the nation. http://www.americanhistoryusa.com/great-farm-depression-1920s
March 30, 2015

Art
Unless the designer is self-employed, she/he will probably not organize his/her own show. I agree with B.
March 30, 2015

literature
I've now looked up the poem. What common life situation is compared to a baby bird trying to break out of its shell?
March 30, 2015

literature
I am not familiar with this poem, but look for those ways the poet looks at common things in a way we might not look at them. In other words, what is unique about the poet's way of seeing everyday things or events.
March 30, 2015

literature
Read this: http://www.literarydevices.net/alliteration
March 30, 2015

english
In what way is it right or wrong? Are you asking about the accuracy of the statements or how it's written?
March 30, 2015

English
Actually, I would write this as two sentences: The group offers organizations and companies access to their network of volunteers. They also offer resources to create any community-focused promotional event and can help with marketing strategies.
March 30, 2015

English
The sentence structure is okay, but I'm not sure what "cause marketing strategies" are. What is "cause marketing?"
March 30, 2015

Geography
What is your question?
March 30, 2015

World view
What does it say will happen in the future?
March 30, 2015

History
First, your "hints" and your thesis statement ignore another MAJOR venture of the United States overseas: The Panama Canal. As for your thesis, please clean up the language, simplify it. You say "their desire." Who are "they?" And you'd better...
March 30, 2015

Civics
State constitutions DO often have a bill of rights, so D would be wrong. THE Bill of Rights is the first ten amendments to the U. S. Constitution, but states do have their own, too. So D would be wrong, since the question does not capitalize "bill of rights." Sorry ...
March 29, 2015

Civics
Sarah, I really don't know what the correct answer is. Both A and D could be "right" on your assignment/quiz. State constitutions do tend to be longer and more specific. Maybe that's the right answer. Without reading your text, it's hard to know what they...
March 29, 2015

Civics
The Bill of Rights is in the United States Constitution, not state constitutions. I'd opt for D, yes.
March 29, 2015

Civics
State constitutions do tend to be longer than the U. S. Constitution because the drafters put in a lot of very specific things, which the national document does not. But I don't know that its universally true.
March 29, 2015

Civics
The Bill of Rights refers to the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. Citizen rights may be incorporate in state constitutions, but the Bill of Rights is the Bill of Rights, and there is only one of them.
March 29, 2015

History
4 - debtor's jail? Nothing else I can think of seems to fit. "Feminism" is more than 7 letters, "workers' rights" doesn't fit, "free something may fit the slavery clue, but I can't think "free what". Sorry.
March 29, 2015

English
You're welcome
March 29, 2015

English
Well, it can't be the second. Romeo was never killed in a duel. You're right.
March 29, 2015

English
I think you're correct.
March 29, 2015

Pschology 202
Please read your textbook or assignment materials.
March 29, 2015

English
I do think so.
March 29, 2015

English
I think you're right. Comparing Romeo to a dishcloth??? That's funny.
March 29, 2015

English
And now, what is your answer? Which one has a trace of humor in it?
March 29, 2015

English
What are the choices?
March 29, 2015

English
yes. ;)
March 29, 2015

Civics
Yes, you are correct. The constitution was amended in 1913 changing to direct election of senators by the people.
March 29, 2015

English
It's clear. :) See this for constructing the essay: http://www..english.purdue.edu › … › Academic Writing › Essay Writing
March 29, 2015

READING
How can we help with this? Your teacher wants you to do this assignment, not me.
March 29, 2015

Ethics in Technology
Yes, that would be confusing. I don't have any advice in such a situation. Which one is mentioned most prominently? Does the text make a big deal out of one or the other?
March 29, 2015

social studies
Still wrong on #2. Right on #3. Please read this for question #2: http://www.history.com/topics/industrial-revolution
March 29, 2015

social studies
And I will not "give" answers. You have to read and learn for yourself. We can guide you and check your work, but you have to do your own work.
March 29, 2015

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