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July 7, 2015

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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

social studies
Your questions above! Questions numbered 2 and 3!
March 29, 2015

social studies
Right on 1, wrong on 2 and 3.
March 29, 2015

social studies
It's late at night. You have to be patient. For your question, please read your textbook, or this: http://www.biography.com/people/marco-polo-9443861
March 29, 2015

rela 10H
This list of elements in a paper sound more like they apply to a research paper than an essay, but they just about cover it all. Remember, an essay is a piece of writing from the author's unique point of view, not a report on what others have found or reported on. http://...
March 28, 2015

ss
I saw that, too. What DOES that statement mean?
March 28, 2015

ss
And C is wrong. Please read the link Ms. Sue posted for you.
March 28, 2015

ss
bb&batman, when you encounter a list of words like "transformer," and you don't know what they mean, please look them up, or go back to your text for clarification. We're glad to help here, but you have to do some of the work yourself. :)
March 28, 2015

Language art
What does your text say? I haven't read it. And what is your answer?
March 28, 2015

Ethics in Technology
No. At least one of these was overturned.
March 28, 2015

science
I am a relatively new tutor on Jiskha. I have volunteered my time to attempt to help students in academic disciplines in which I am qualified to be of assistance. I am finding that some students exhibit either a lack of ability to research questions for themselves, or an ...
March 28, 2015

Social Studies
Read this: http://www.history-world.org/sumeria.htm
March 27, 2015

biddies
Look up "flux" in the dictionary. Type the words "flux - definition" into your web browser and enter.
March 27, 2015

English
This should help you: http://www.owl.english.purdue.edu › … › Creating a Thesis Statement
March 27, 2015

Civics
Good, Sarah! Your "B?" led me to think you were still unsure. B is correct.
March 27, 2015

Civics
Read the link Ms. Sue gave you!
March 27, 2015

SS
No
March 27, 2015

LA - 1 question
I think D is the best choice, yes.
March 27, 2015

LA - 1 question
No
March 27, 2015

English vocab
intercept? arrest?
March 27, 2015

Travel
I'm not sure what is meant by "regions." Islands that were Spanish and French colonial outposts? See if this helps: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caribbean
March 27, 2015

History -Reed or Ms. Sue
A further thought on the temperance movement. It really started back in the 1830s, the time of the Second Great Awakening. It was building acceptance in the 1870s-1900s, and did result in Prohibition (the 19th amendment). So how it was influencing society is certainly valid. ...
March 27, 2015

History -Reed or Ms. Sue
Those are all good ideas, TayB. I wonder if a design movement had great social impact, in the sense that it changed society, but if you can make the case, go for it. The women's suffrage movement had been going on since the 1850s and wasn't fulfilled until 1920, so its...
March 27, 2015

journalism check answers last ones
I DO know what you mean about some of these multiple choice answers. "Nut graf" is, sort of, the reason why you're reading the story, and I'm sure "correct" when your answers are checked, but it's not a "good" answer. The same with the...
March 26, 2015

journalism check answers last ones
I know. Sometimes I think some of these on-line courses are not very well done, but that's my opinion. I respect you for working at it and trying to understand. Some students on here just want us to GIVE them the answers, which we will not do. I'll help, if I can, to ...
March 26, 2015

journalism check answers last ones
er, HOPE it helps... :)
March 26, 2015

journalism check answers last ones
jimm, I have taught journalism and worked as a broadcast journalist for a lot of years, but some of these terms like "nut graf" and "kicker" change meanings over the years. They are, essentially, slang terms, or jargon, so even I have to refresh myself from...
March 26, 2015

journalism check answers last ones
Your answer about the "nutgraf" is correct, as far as it goes. I thought I knew what it meant, but it's new "slang" in the last few years, I guess. It's the paragraph that gives the gist of the story, usually in inverted pyramid style, the first ...
March 26, 2015

journalism check answers last ones
I'll address what you may need to double check. I don't know what "classic" means as a story structure. I think you're right that it is not used, whatever it is. A "delayed" kicker? What on earth would that be? Sometimes a story is not complete...
March 26, 2015

journalism check answers
jimm, if you are still paying attention here, looking back at your previous questions, we said a "kicker" is not the last sentence of a story. I'm not sure what your reading materials define as a kicker. In broadcasting, we used to call the "kicker" the...
March 26, 2015

journalism check answers
Okay. Ms. Sue and I disagree about video. The reason I say sound is the correct answer is that even with no "action," as in a high-speed chase or a war, hearing and seeing what someone has to say is, usually, more effective than reading it without seeing the facial ...
March 26, 2015

journalism check answers
You're right where you have answers. On "soft" news, think about it. No matter how much pride the community may take in a champion sports team, does it affect people's everyday lives? ISIS is a threat to American interests in the middle east with potential ...
March 26, 2015

journalism check answers
jimm, "off the record" does not necessarily mean the reporter can't use that information to track down additional information or another source that can be quoted. Sometimes "off the record" interviews or sources are meant to lead the reporter to look ...
March 26, 2015

History
Lia, please read this. ALL Americans MUST know this: http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Article_Two_of_the_United_States_Constitution
March 26, 2015

History
Indeed, Ms. Sue!
March 26, 2015

History
1 - yes 2 - NO, NO, NO
March 26, 2015

us history
Read the article, Oscar. You should understand what happened and why. It could happen again, in fact has in a way, and it's important. Yes it's D.
March 26, 2015

us history
How could he do that? The southern states seceded and the Congressmen went home, behind enemy lines. The very fact of y giving you this link gives you the answer, but please read it so you understand the issue: http://www.thecivilwaromnibus.com/...of-habeas-corpus-during-the-...
March 26, 2015

us history
http://www.ushistory.org/us/32d.asp
March 26, 2015

us history
No. Think about Florida as a slave state in the South.
March 26, 2015

us history
OOOps. I hit the wrong button. Here it is: http://www.civilwarhome.com/borderstates.htm
March 26, 2015

us history
Oscar, read this: http://
March 26, 2015

History
This is a crossword puzzle? Sorry, I have to see the grid and the down and across clues to do one. And I do a lot of crossword puzzles!
March 26, 2015

ELAAAAAAAAAA
And your choice is?
March 26, 2015

ELA
Tutors are volunteers. We are not here all the time. Be patient and someone will respond, but sometimes you have to wait, especially in the night and very early in the morning.
March 26, 2015

reading and literature
Have you read "Hamlet?"
March 26, 2015

History
Well, what do your assigned readings say on these topics?
March 26, 2015

English
What is your choice?
March 25, 2015

geography
You're welcome, Megan.
March 25, 2015

geography
Try these sites for information: http://www.nwhm.org/online-exhibits/partners/17.htm http://www.redcross.org/about-us/history/red-cross-american-history/... http://www.history.army.mil/books/wwii/72-14/72-14.HTM
March 25, 2015

health
How does anyone acquire information about anything?
March 25, 2015

History
Have you read your assigned materials? If so, what are your answers to these questions?
March 25, 2015

History
1 and 2 are correct. Richmond is nowhere near 1,000 miles from Washington. Are you sure you copied the question correctly here?
March 25, 2015

Homework
Please put your subject matter in your post, not "homework."
March 25, 2015

History
No.
March 25, 2015

History
No, it's neither A nor C. Read your assigned materials before you make wild guesses. Failing that, read this: http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Shiloh
March 25, 2015

US History
That's a partial answer, yana. Read the link I provided.
March 25, 2015

US History
http://www.socialstudieshelp.com/usra_wwi.htm
March 25, 2015

US History
Again, your reading materials should have the answers. If there are specific parts of this question you don't understand, be specific in your question(s) and we'll try to help.
March 25, 2015

US History
Well, intellectual factors and philosophical factors might be interchangeable. Maybe the ideological factors could be called philosophical factors. Other intellectual factors involved the idea that we had defeated the Axis powers (Germany and Japan) and had to be involved to ...
March 25, 2015

US History
I think they mean ideological factors. Isolationists dominated Congress and national thinking before the war, but the war forced America to know we could not be isolated behind our oceans, we had to be involved in "foreign affairs."
March 25, 2015

US History
That's a huge question. Your reading materials should tell you what the attitudes were leading up to U.S. involvement in WWII. How did they change and why should also be in your reading materials. If you need additional reading materials, I will try to find some links for ...
March 25, 2015

English
Why do you know it isn't D?
March 25, 2015

eNGlish
Then go with it.
March 25, 2015

eNGlish
I have read the book and a biography of the author. Ciara, I do hope that if you were assigned the book you read it. Where does it take place? Who lives there? Those are your clues to the meaning of the title.
March 25, 2015

eNGlish
If you are talking about the Zora Neale Hurston novel, it's "Dust Tracks in the Road." If you have read the novel, what do you think if C is wrong, Ciaria?
March 25, 2015

reading
I suspect Humbug just doesn't want to participate in such a thing!
March 25, 2015

reading
In the play (which I have not seen or read), why do you suppose "Humbug" would back away or "rather not?" What is it that he would rather not do? There are, undoubtedly, clues in the script.
March 25, 2015

reading
Well, fright is a good reason to "back away" from something. It might be backing away from an argument you know you can't win. It might be backing away from a person you have learned to distrust for some reason. There can be any number of reasons to back away ...
March 25, 2015

ela
http://www.merriam-webster.com Look up the word.
March 25, 2015

Science The Human Body PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!
Well, if you don't feel well enough to read your assignment, don't try to answer the questions until you are well enough to read it. If you're that sick, stay home tomorrow, too.
March 25, 2015

Science The Human Body PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!
1 - no 2 - yes 3 - no 4 - no 5 - NO (you know better than that!) Stop guessing and read your assigned materials.
March 25, 2015

american Literature check answers
Right on 1 and 2. On 3, who goes with Tom into the city for the afternoon? Who is the wife of the aggrieved husband?
March 25, 2015

business
http://www.isbdc.org/small-business-failure-rates-causes This might help, but your assigned reading should be your best source. Try reading it.
March 25, 2015

government
Why do you think counsel is not adequately provided to indigent defendants? Have you any class materials on this topic?
March 25, 2015

american Literature
jimm, you may not be watching here now, but I would not help you with this question at all. You should have read the book. You have not.
March 25, 2015

Cultural Anthropology
For gender equality: http://www.listverse.com/2008/11/20/10-extreme-examples-of-gender-inequality http://www.unicef.org/gender Pm question 2, I don't know how your course materials describe social groups. For 3, I'd advise that you type "anthropology and ...
March 25, 2015

ENGLISH
What is your choice?
March 25, 2015

history
anonymous, please post your own questions separately. Someone will respond.
March 25, 2015

history
emma, I'm sorry. Eli Whitney did develop the concept of interchangeable parts. My other answers stand.
March 25, 2015

history
1 - no 2 - no 3 - no 4 - correct 5 - correct 6 - no
March 25, 2015

reading
Drew, you don't know enough.
March 25, 2015

reading
First, things listed in series are separated by commas. A comma is used to separate a quote or quotation from the rest of the sentence. And adjectives and adverbs used in series are separated by a comma or commas as needed.
March 25, 2015

English
It is.
March 25, 2015

ELA
If you had read the play, you wouldn't have had to ask this question.
March 25, 2015

ELA
And your choice is?
March 25, 2015

Quote Meaning
Well, how is "beauty" perceived? Through the senses? What is an image? Is it the thing itself or a representative of it? Break it down, piece by piece. If individual words are not known to you, use a dictionary to look them up.
March 25, 2015

health
I think you are right, but check your class materials to be sure.
March 25, 2015

Sociology
So, what is your question?
March 24, 2015

am i right? :/ ss
:) Yes, D for question 3. It's now Clark Atlanta University.
March 24, 2015

am i right? :/ ss
Correct on 1 and 2, wrong on 3 John Hope: http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org › Education › Education Figures
March 24, 2015

Delete Question
No, they don't disappear entirely. They do just go down the list as new questions are added at the top. And, yes, administrators can and do delete posts, but it is not necessary to do so because the question has been answered.
March 24, 2015

Delete Question
There's no need to delete previous questions. They disappear down the list after a few hours or a day or so.
March 24, 2015

History
1 - correct 2 - correct 3 - correct 4 - no 5 - correct 6 - correct 7 - correct - that's the best answer among your choices, but know early textile mills were powered by water mills, and New England has an abundance of rivers. 8 - no 9 - correct 10- correct
March 24, 2015

S.S
Thank you, Ms. Sue. You should know. You were there!
March 24, 2015

S.S
Where are your answers?
March 24, 2015

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