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May 28, 2015

Posts by Reed


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critical thinking
correct
March 22, 2015

critical thinking
No
March 22, 2015

critical thinking
correct. The key is a credible source. I may have OPINIONS about something I know nothing about, so would be an incredible source for factual information unless you need examples of stupid opinions. :)
March 22, 2015

critical thinking
correct
March 22, 2015

research
MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference - Official Site http://www.sloansportsconference.com Official site
March 22, 2015

research
MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference - Official Site http://www.sloansportsconference.com Official site
March 22, 2015

critical thinking
I agree with A. If you have an exam on Monday morning and need to review but your friends say, "Let's go to the beach!" you should be inflexible and say, "No, my exam is more important."
March 22, 2015

critical thinking
No
March 22, 2015

critical thinking
:)
March 22, 2015

critical thinking
Correct
March 22, 2015

Homeroom work
yes
March 22, 2015

Life orientation
One good reason: You need the money to be able to pay your tuition.
March 22, 2015

Psychology & operational definition
I think so, but I haven't read your textbook to see how it defines "operational."
March 22, 2015

ELA
What does the poem say?
March 21, 2015

critical thinking
Right.
March 21, 2015

History Check Please
Double-check question 6. I think you are still wrong on that one.
March 21, 2015

History Check Please
If your textbook corresponds with the answers you have listed, then you will be fine.
March 21, 2015

History Check Please
Red this for Amy Blanton: BLANTON, ANNIE WEBB | The Handbook of Texas Online| … http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/fbl16
March 21, 2015

homework
I agree. But please put your subject matter in your post, not just "homework." Some tutors can help with math, some science, some literature, etc. I only checked here out of curiosity. If you state your subject, it would be easy for the "right" tutor to ...
March 21, 2015

CDA
Patrick, this is the second time you've tried to help with an answer that is not correct. Please, while you probably mean to be helpful, make sure of your "answers" before you lead other students astray.
March 21, 2015

English
I ,agree with Writeacher, but Melville also wrote in a formal style, as did most New England writers of that time, copied or adapted from British authors who were also popular at the time. So that may apply, too. As I said above, make sure you know what these terms mean.
March 21, 2015

English
NJ, first you have to know what all these things mean. Is the Melville a biography or fiction? Does Melville advance Marxist ideals (hint: Melville wrote before Marx did)? Is the book or story sympathetic to women's rights (Feminist)? If you know what all these things mean...
March 21, 2015

English check
Yes, I think so. It says, "...we do have the capacity..." "We" is inclusive, as "all" is inclusive in the question.
March 21, 2015

English check
OOPS. The above was for another posted question. Sorry, my mistake.
March 21, 2015

English check
You see, "oaks" is spelled correctly, but misused here. We're assuming it's a typographical error. People do not eat oak trees. I'm guessing you mean "oats" as in oatmeal or oat bran, both of which are edible and commonly used in food. The same ...
March 21, 2015

English check
A is a definition of love, it does not say we all are capable of it. Which one of the options does say that? Read the question carefully.
March 21, 2015

English check
I disagree.
March 21, 2015

English
You did not "fix" the typos we just pointed out to you, and have repeatedly advised you to do. You are not following our advice. I fully understand the frustration expressed by Writeacher and Ms. Sue. I'm frustrated, too.
March 21, 2015

English
If you do not want our help, don't ask for it. Soon no one will respond to your posts if you insist on ignoring our advice.
March 21, 2015

English
No one is being rude! We're trying to help you by pointing out errors you have made. It is frustrating to us when you don't pay attention, or seem unwilling or unable to understand our criticism.
March 21, 2015

English
You see, "oaks" is spelled correctly, but misused here. We're assuming it's a typographical error. People do not eat oak trees. I'm guessing you mean "oats" as in oatmeal or oat bran, both of which are edible and commonly used in food. The same ...
March 21, 2015

English
m, don't rely on "spell check" because it won't catch words that are spelled correctly, like "oaks" and "severed," although they are mistyped and do not apply to the subject matter or are wrong in the context of the sentence. Spell check ...
March 21, 2015

English
Nobody eats oak trees! It cannot be an ingredient in this food recipe.
March 21, 2015

English
Also double-check "oaks" as an ingredient. Oak trees? Leaves? Acorns? Are you sure it's not oats as in oatmeal? Oak is a genus of trees, with many sub-species and is not usually eaten except animals eat the acorns (seeds) produced by the tree.
March 21, 2015

English
m, you went through all this yesterday with Writeteacher and Ms. Sue. Your use of the quotation from your source is a proper way to do it, in quotation marks with the in-text citation. Or you can reword it, but still give your source. You ,write, "Josen, in his book "...
March 21, 2015

social studies
You're very welcome if we can help you, Oscar. I, too, am curious about what school or class you are taking with no text or reading material!
March 21, 2015

social studies
C is not true. The Federal government did not actively support anything in the arts or media until the mid-20th century. I also think that while the emergence of a distinctly American literary style was concurrent with the expansion of periodical publishing, I don't think ...
March 21, 2015

History Check Please Reed
You are still wrong on 10. Read the link I gave you about Grange. And I assume you looked up the attorney general, so are probably right. If you have not, do so.
March 21, 2015

History Check Please Reed
Read this for teaching and women's opportunities. Medicine was largely closed to women until well into the 20th century. http://www.wakingbear.com/archives/a-history-of-teaching-in-america-as...
March 21, 2015

History Check Please Reed
THINK most cattle were on farms for milk. Most people lived on farms or in small towns before the Civil War. Cattle was not shipped to the cities because to ship it required refrigeration. The Civil War and the Transcontinental Railroad changed all that. There are several ...
March 21, 2015

History Check Please Reed
http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h854.html Read this about the Grange. As for cattle before the Civil War, south Texas MAY be the right answer, but not really correct. Very little beef was eaten in cities before the Civil War. I THINN
March 21, 2015

History Check Please Reed
1 - no 7 - no 8 - yes 9 - NO 10- no 12- I don't think so. Let me find some websites that will help you. I'll post them for you in a few minutes.
March 21, 2015

social studies
OOOPS. You are not right. Justinian was a Byzantine emperor. I gave away the correct answer. It is feudalism.
March 21, 2015

social studies
But feudalism was not Byzantine, either. Can you choose more than one?
March 21, 2015

social studies
You're right.
March 21, 2015

social studies
You're welcome. Are you the same person who "need help real quick?" If so, please don't change your name for each post.
March 21, 2015

social studies
Both are correct.
March 21, 2015

social studies
Question 1 - How did the Europeans of the Middle Ages come in contact with the Arab world of the Middle East? If you don't know, look up the choices one by one until you find out. Question 3 - I don't know what "manorialism" means. The rule of law is sort of ...
March 21, 2015

social studies
1, no 2, yes 3, no 4, yes
March 21, 2015

History Check Please (No Rude Comments)
That' what I thought, too, Ms. Sue, but thought it could be clarified in the context of the reading materials for this course.
March 20, 2015

History Check Please (No Rude Comments)
1 - no 6 - yes 7 - no 8 - no 9 - By "domestic labor" do they mean working in someone else's home, or one's own home? If in one's own home, yes. In someone else's home, no. 10- You made no choice. 11- I don't know. 12- no
March 20, 2015

History
Sorry this took so long to answer. I don't think C is the best answer.
March 20, 2015

Language Art
You are welcome. If you have more questions, post them and one of us will try to help.
March 20, 2015

Language Art
http://www.eng.fju.edu.tw/English_Literature/terms/denotation.htm This should help you.
March 20, 2015

Social Studies
I should have given you this link above, but here it is now: http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org › … › Governors of Georgia
March 20, 2015

Social Studies
Okay, Talmadge was a leading critic of the New Deal, so I'd go with b. for question 2.
March 20, 2015

Social Studies
On question 2, Carl Vinson is not on record as having said anything memorable about the New Deal. His pet project was strengthening the Navy. CCC workers didn't strike. And farmers were helped by the New Deal. That leaves Talmadge, but I don't know what he did.
March 20, 2015

Social Studies
I'm sorry, but the first one is wrong. I'm not sure on the second one, either.
March 20, 2015

earthquake engineering
I can't help with this. The sites I found aren't very helpful either. Maybe someone else can help. Or keep looking on line and see if you can find opinions as to what is too dangerous.
March 20, 2015

earthquake engineering
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earthquake_engineering http://www.earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/publications/saferstructures I hope these help.
March 20, 2015

earthquake engineering
Ooops! You're right. I'll find another one for you. Give me a minute.
March 20, 2015

earthquake engineering
http://www.gharexpert.com/articles/Earthquake-2082/Earthquake-Resistant...
March 20, 2015

earthquake engineering
All I can suggest is that gravel is inherently unstable. When building on unstable soil in California, we drive piling until we reach bedrock. Perhaps another tutor will have a formula for you. Another factor in the stability of a building in a quake is what KIND of framing? ...
March 20, 2015

English
Actually, I'd put all three of these examples under situational irony. The animals believed they'd be better off without human rule, but they are actually not better off. But as specific "dramatic" episodes, you're probably right.
March 20, 2015

English
You're welcome, Fawn. And who on earth is Eevee?
March 20, 2015

English
These are examples of conflict, yes. The whole story is full of them, but these are good examples.
March 20, 2015

Social Studies
Gene, pay no attention to this Eevee person. Fiddle is another name, according to the dictionary, for a violin. The point of the legend about Nero is that he was a very poor emperor. If he actually played a musical instrument it might have been the lyre. The metaphor may mean ...
March 20, 2015

Social Studies
Yes. The legend is just that. The violin had not been invented yet, but the metaphor may be accurate. :)
March 20, 2015

Health & PE One Question PLEASE ANSWER!
Who'd a thunk it!
March 20, 2015

Health & PE One Question PLEASE ANSWER!
Um, Randomdancing is wrong on all four. Noel, keep in mind that all of us tutors are volunteers and are not here all the time. You must be patient, especially in the night when some of us sleep. And we will not give you the answers. We will check YOUR answers and guide you to ...
March 20, 2015

LA
Have you read the poem? If so, what do YOU think?
March 19, 2015

S.S
Yes, that was the excuse President Polk used to ask for war with Mexico.
March 19, 2015

S.S
http://www.whitehouse.gov/1600/presidents/andrewjackson http://www.history.com/topics/us-presidents/andrew-jackson
March 19, 2015

social studies 8th
I'm sorry, Xena. Your first choices for #2 are right. I do apologize. But #3, you're still wrong. Populism and progressivism were separate movements at roughly the same time. They did have some goals in common. The populists emphasized farmers and poor rural people, ...
March 19, 2015

social studies 8th
1 - right 2 - wrong 3 - wrong
March 19, 2015

science
What are the statements?
March 19, 2015

language arts
What do you think?
March 19, 2015

Geography
http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_of_Alaska
March 19, 2015

Geography
http://alaskatrekker.com › Alaska Weather
March 19, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!sss
If the "Georgia history" link isn't clear enough about Watson, try this one: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_E._Watson
March 19, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!sss
Xena, Watson was a populist. Did he also advocate for the poor farmers and sharecroppers?
March 19, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!sss
"all that apply," yes, you are right on question 2. :)
March 19, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!sss
1 - no 2 - A case can be made for A and B, but B is probably the best answer. 3 - yes 4 - Bourbon Democrats did NOT support the poor. Did you read the site about Bourbon Democrats? http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org › … › Late Nineteenth Century, 1877-1900
March 19, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!sss
Xena, read your textbook to find the answers. Failing that, try this website: http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h876.html
March 19, 2015

OR history eveee
You're very welcome.
March 19, 2015

OR history eveee
LOL. Ms. Sue and I had the same idea. Go for it, Amy!
March 19, 2015

OR history eveee
Read this: http://www.bigorrin.org/nez_kids.htm
March 19, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!
Question 1 - right Question 2 - Bourbon Democrats did NOT encourage African Americans (or poor whites) to vote! They did emphasize states' rights and the "good old days" when there was little Federal control over the economy. Question 3 - right http://www.en....
March 19, 2015

Civics
You got it! :)
March 19, 2015

English
How can we help?
March 19, 2015

art class
If your text is too hard to understand, try reading this for the role of a film director: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Film_director
March 19, 2015

English help :)
I don't think so, Camila. Does it say she wrote or helped write the amendment? No it does not, either in the play or the biographical note.
March 19, 2015

English help :)
1 - correct 2 - correct 3 - wrong (where do these passages mention abolition?) 4 - C
March 19, 2015

English-Please Help
No
March 19, 2015

Health
I agree with B
March 19, 2015

Health
I agree
March 19, 2015

Science
You're welcome.
March 19, 2015

Science
I looked it up. Isobar is wrong. :)
March 19, 2015

Science
You might also look up isobars and isotherms in the dictionary. Like Writeacher, I am also unsure but think it's isobars.
March 19, 2015

art class
Lydia, think about the answers you gave. On the first question, who DIRECTS the movie, including directing all aspects of the making of the film? And what does a writer write? Words! Read your textbook and THINK.
March 19, 2015

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