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May 2, 2016

Posts by Reed

Total # Posts: 7,351

Capital One bank question
Does your text give any indication what kind of investment an Uber-like company has to make in a new market? What do they have to invest in, how much does that infrastructure cost? Without baseline figures, the first question is incomplete. For the second question, you are ...
March 12, 2016

History
Read these: http://womenshistory.about.com/od/feminism/a/patriarchal.htm This one is about vulnerability in general, not specifically children. Children may be particularly vulnerable to factors that cause harm because they have no power, are dependent upon adults. Read the ...
March 12, 2016

english
I believe the quotation has been attributed to several ancient Romans, including one called "Rumi". But, yes, Hellen Keller quoted it in her autobiography.
March 12, 2016

Careers
I agree with all your answers.
March 12, 2016

eee
"eee" must be a very interesting school subject, but I have NO idea what it is.
March 12, 2016

Health
1 - yes 2 - no
March 11, 2016

English
1 - all are good. 2 & 3 - You might better say, "I'm worried about my math skills." #3 is fine as is. Both do mean the same thing, really. 4 & 5 - If you are worried about how tall you are, #4 is good. If you are worried about climbing too high, #5 is good. They ...
March 11, 2016

Geography,history,maths,english,life orientation,s
Certainly, once you get to university. High school is for a broad basic education. You specialize in university. Math, geography, history, all give you a good start.
March 11, 2016

English
5 is better now. :)
March 11, 2016

English
Yes, you can use 'console" and "comfort" in the same sentence. #1 is just fine. 2, 3, and 4 are fine, so far as sentence structure and vocabulary are concerned. You need to differentiate the two speakers, though, with quotation marks and attribution. 5, the ...
March 11, 2016

English
It's an appositive. "She is my teacher." "She is not my teacher." 'teacher" is the appositive, in this case a noun. "same" is an adjective in these sentences. "...is the same...", used as an appositive, as in "The tree ...
March 11, 2016

English
First, between is spelled this way, not bee-tween. Your first sentences are perfect. 1 is very good, perfect. 2 - no. It just doesn't quite make sense. 3 - no. Can you SAY the differences may be correct, but nothing we would ever use. 4. Is good. 5. It really means can you...
March 11, 2016

English
#2 better than #1. #3 and #4 are both acceptable. #5, we should say Put the proper form of the verb "to be" in each blank. The same in #6.
March 11, 2016

Art
Ms. Sue may tell me to shut up and go back to my seat, but I think you are correct: http://creativepool.com/articles/jobdescriptions/art-director-job-description
March 11, 2016

Health
I think so, yes. Your clue is in the word "bronchi" in the question. :)
March 11, 2016

Health
No. There's a better answer. Asthma is a chromic condition. The inflammation, mucus, and stuff is more an acute condition.
March 11, 2016

Please help
And the question is?
March 11, 2016

English Essay
You got the call-back at 9:00 am, or the interview was scheduled for 9:00 am? Otherwise, it looks good. You might want to relate your preparation for the interview with prioritizing and completing tasks on the job more clearly.
March 11, 2016

Art
I agree.
March 11, 2016

Art
You're very welcome.
March 11, 2016

Art
And good for you for looking it up! That's being a good student. :)
March 11, 2016

Art
Yes, it is B. Your first choice was A, which is not right.
March 11, 2016

Art
No.
March 11, 2016

History
I don't have the text handy, and don't have your version of it. Sorry, can't help here.
March 11, 2016

political science
Lyndon Johnson also served as a U.S. Senator for many years before he was elected vice-president, and was an incumbent senator in 1960, and president in 1964. Nixon was elected in 1968, Sen. Kennedy in 1960.
March 11, 2016

political science
Yes, Nixon had served as a senator. The last time an incumbent senator had been elected president was 1960. The question is not a good question.
March 11, 2016

History
http://www.history.com/topics/us-presidents/andrew-jackson
March 11, 2016

History
You are both wrong. This article does not address the issue of internal improvements, but I advise you all read it. Jackson generally disapproved of federal funds for internal improvements. #FreeGucci is correct.
March 11, 2016

Yo please answer this!
What standard is applied to determine their importance? Cultural, economic, universality?
March 11, 2016

political science
Yes, there IS a Green Party! But, like Ms. Sue, I haven't read this book.
March 11, 2016

World History 6th Grade Ancient China NEED HELP!!!
I think the first three lines of the link Ms. Sue posted give you the answer. If you cannot read it, I despair. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_tea_in_China
March 11, 2016

health
You're doing fine this morning!
March 11, 2016

health
Yes
March 11, 2016

Art Please Ms.Sue
The first two are correct. The third is really a matter of opinion, and I disagree with yours. :) High above the people doesn't seem to convey benevolence, although it may convey power.
March 11, 2016

health
Based on these choices, that seems a good answer. Muscles also contract so that we can move. Double check your text materials.
March 11, 2016

body system
There is no D listed. In any case, what is your answer? I'll check it.
March 11, 2016

Enrichment
Read this: http://thediplomat.com/2014/08/bhutan-and-the-great-power-tussle/
March 11, 2016

US HISTORY *JUST NEED CHECKED*
1. NO again. You already have the correct answer in another question here. Look up those words and make sure you know what they mean: communism, socialism, etc. 4. Read this, if you can't read your text materials: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tripartite_Pact
March 11, 2016

US HISTORY *JUST NEED CHECKED*
1 - ABSOLUTELY NOT! 2 - yes 3 - yes 4 - NO 5 - 10 - yes
March 11, 2016

life orinteintion
We get this question several times a day. Here's a repost of the links you need to read. Also be creative and think of what can be done, or what you, as an individual, can do: http://www.bing.com/search?q=xenophobia+in+south+africa+solutions&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=...
March 10, 2016

life orinteintion
See related questions below.
March 10, 2016

Life oriantation
You need to do some reading and some thinking to answer this question. We get this question several times a day on Jiskha. We can't answer it for you. We know nothing of your community, nor do we live in South Africa: http://www.bing.com/search?q=xenophobia+in+south+africa...
March 10, 2016

Life oriantation
See related questions below.
March 10, 2016

Social Studies HELP
I disagree with 4 and 5. The others are correct.
March 10, 2016

Math and science
Kilo- means thousand, as you can see. A kilometer is 1,000 meters in metric measurement. A kilogram is 1,000 grams, etc.
March 10, 2016

Social Studies
I agree with answers for 2 and 3, but not with #1.
March 10, 2016

World History NEED HELP KNOW MS.SUE
To rank them by economic importance to the ancient Chinese, tea and silk were primary trading goods, so of more importance in that way than the others. There was no direct economic value in terms of trade or selling to the multiplication tables, although that was probably the ...
March 10, 2016

World History NEED HELP KNOW MS.SUE
I can only apply a standard that MIGHT rank them by importance to the world at large, beyond China. Multiplication tables are universally used and learned by every primary school student in the world. Gunpowder is used all over the world. Tea is, too, but the world could live ...
March 10, 2016

English
"looks" is singular, despite the s on the end. It means the total effect of one's appearance, which is also singular (no s). Appearances means something different.
March 10, 2016

language
For some reason,, that link isn't live. We'll try again: http://www.grammarinenglish.com/verbs/?lesson=linking_verbs
March 10, 2016

language
We'll be glad to check your answer. hittp://www.grammarinenglish.com/verbs/?lesson=linking_verbs
March 10, 2016

Language Arts
You've had two guesses now. You are on your own now. Don't repost this question.
March 10, 2016

Language Arts
No. There is only one verb in that sentence. There is no dependent clause at all. Re-read the link Ms. Sue posted for you.
March 10, 2016

Language Arts
Nope. un DER a SPREAD ing CHEST nut TREE.
March 10, 2016

Language Arts
Say it aloud. Which syllables are stressed, which unstressed?
March 10, 2016

Language Arts
D has no dependent clause at all. Re-read the link Ms. Sue provided.
March 10, 2016

History
Yep, they were all right. Good for you!
March 10, 2016

History
Your answers are correct.
March 10, 2016

social studies
You might want to read your text materials in order to answer.
March 10, 2016

Language Arts (Help ASAP)
No cheating here, please. If you have questions about the lesson, we'll try to help. No answers given!
March 10, 2016

L.o
In California, it means the specific school subjects (designated subjects) a teacher is certified to teach. I have no idea what it means in your context.
March 10, 2016

social studies
Read all about it! Your text materials are a good source of information. This should help, too: http://www.history.com/topics/ancient-history/ancient-rome
March 10, 2016

English
It is, indeed!
March 10, 2016

Social Studies
I agree that this is a confusing question. I suspect that the potential of new technologies could have an effect on the economy. Unless logging is new to the area (and it's not), drying copra and fishing are as old as human habitation, so are not new at all.
March 10, 2016

Maths literary, Geography, History, sepedi, englis
To become any kind of professional requires training and education beyond high school. If that's what you want to be, go for it when you go to university. Math and geography are a start.
March 10, 2016

Art
No, it is not shading. It may be used to describe the techniques the artist(s) used. Knowledge from a textbook.
March 10, 2016

Art
Well, in a way some of them are based on scientific principles, but the effect is not.
March 10, 2016

Art
I think textbook perspective means a rather specialized perspective based on conventional wisdom, what might be found in a textbook, as in various techniques of shading. Art techniques are not scientific.
March 10, 2016

Art
Well, I know the ancient Egyptians did that, but I would have to look up why, because I've forgotten why. :)
March 10, 2016

Art
I do believe you are right!
March 10, 2016

english
Sorry, that link isn't "live". This one is, and contains lots of advice about writing a business letter: http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/business-letters/
March 10, 2016

English
Henry, you are correct. Hamilton was arguing that the Confederation was unequivocally a bad experience and that a new, reformed, system was necessary.
March 10, 2016

Art
How much was that pendant worth to its original owner if it kept away the evil spirits? Priceless? I agree with the student's choice.
March 9, 2016

Art
I think there is a better answer.
March 9, 2016

Social Studies
I don't know the specific region inn question, but your answer is a good one no matter where it is. I think you are correct.
March 9, 2016

Social Studies
That certainly is a contributing factor, coolguy, but "Asia" is right. New factories, etc., make more waste that pollutes the air and water and soil.
March 9, 2016

Social Studies
Correct. Note, too, that the use of coal for generating electricity is a major contributor to that waste in China, causing very serious air pollution.
March 9, 2016

Social studies
No, neither C nor D. You've made two guesses. Look up the word "audience". You're on your own now.
March 9, 2016

Language
Yours is a good question, coolguy. "Help" doesn't say how he or she is supposed to answer. Ms. Sue is asking what he/she sees in the poem, what his/her imagination sees, hears, or feels as he/she reads the poem. What does the imagery suggest to the reader?
March 9, 2016

coolguy
The definition for "heritage" that you cited is correct, and so is the one LOVE found. One's heritage may include tangible assets such as real estate, heirloom china, money, etc., and intangible things like an appreciation for the outdoors, racism, religion, etc.
March 9, 2016

English
I have not read this work, but I suggest you do so since it's assigned and you are expected to have read it to answer these questions.
March 9, 2016

check english answers please??
Since I can't see the word bank or the definitions, I have no way of knowing if you're right or wrong. For some reason, I can't see them from here where I live all the way to where you live. Strange but true!
March 9, 2016

English
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/diviner
March 9, 2016

English
I think if you read the piece, you'll find out.
March 9, 2016

Art
Good for you! Good work!
March 9, 2016

Art
You seem to be correct on all ten! I could make a case for D on question 9, but C is a good answer, too. If C is what your text recommends, then you are undoubtedly correct.
March 9, 2016

Math here, not language
Math - number sequences - help needed.
March 9, 2016

Language
1, yes. 2, no Remember, a dependent clause cannot stand on it's own as a sentence. You're on your own now. Do not repost another answer to this question.
March 9, 2016

Language
For question 1, make sure you know what those words mean. Look for explanations in your text or look them up in a dictionary: http://www.dictionary.com/
March 9, 2016

Language
2 is wrong 1 you SEEM to have two choices. One is right and one is wrong. 3 you are correct
March 9, 2016

life orientation
We've told so many students to "see related questions below", it will now take a long time to click through them all to find a link. Here's a link to some reading on the topic: http://www.bing.com/search?q=how+to+combat+xenophobia+in+south+africa&go=Submit+...
March 9, 2016

English
6 and 8 are unacceptable. The others are good. If he solved the math problem, then he really solved it; there's no need to add "really", much less "very really". It's either real or it's not; no modifier is needed. The same goes for "...
March 9, 2016

English
The first four are. 5, 7, & 8 are. #6 doesn't work. It would if you said, "The baby is really asleep." 5, 7, & 8 would be better if you put the adverb before "sleeping" too.
March 9, 2016

Life orientation
See related questions below.
March 9, 2016

Social studies
Correct!
March 8, 2016

english
Sorry, my examples were not good ones. Read the website. :)
March 8, 2016

english
When paired with another verb, as in "had hated green beans" or "wasn't running", yes. Standing along, as in "He has blond hair", no. A static verb communicates continuous states, while an active verb communicates a single action.
March 8, 2016

Finance
The annual payment from the annuity depends on how long the annuity will last. How many years will annual pay-outs be received? Ten years, 20 years? The question is incomplete. The balance in the account will continue to accrue interest over the life of the annuity, too, and ...
March 8, 2016

Finance
At what rate is the interest compounded? Or is 6.5% the total interest rate at the end of the 15 years? If it's the total interest earned, multiply the $12,500 by 15 years, then multiply by .065. If it's 6.5% per year on the balance, it gets a little more complicated ...
March 8, 2016

English
This is not an English question. It's more a business question. It also is mistyped. Do you mean "marketing" or "marking" as in price tags? And what are your choices? The question seems incomplete.
March 8, 2016

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