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english
Yes, which poem? Mr. Poe wrote a lot of them. We have no idea which one you have read.

American Government HELP
What kind of an idea do you need? The contents of the ordinance you want to propose? How to relate it to democracy and the Constitution? What?

L.A.
You are very welcome. :)

L.A.
Which word confuses you? Authority? http://www.bing.com/search?q=authority+-+noun+def&go=Search&qs=ds&form=QBRE When you encounter a new word or one you're not sure of, look it up. It's easy. You can type the word into your web browser followed by the abbreviation &...

English
No, they are not. Two years is plural - TWO of them. The correct verb is were, not the singular was. Otherwise, all three are correct. "That" and "like", in this context, mean the same thing, but are not necessary, so #2 is also correct.

Health
No, not C either. http://www.healthline.com/health/skin-disorders

genetics!!
We don't have a biology tutor here at present. All the tutors are volunteers, and nobody with a biology background is volunteering. My "gut" tells me you are right, but I'm no expert. This should help: http://b4fa.org/bioscience-in-brief/introduction-genes-...

English
For all her misfortune and ignominy, she was beautiful and her beauty shone out like a halo? A halo is associated with the divine. Is there some irony here, that the people of her town scorned her and thought her a terrible sinner, but she shone like sunshine and with a halo, ...

Reading - Rip Van Winkle By Washington Irving
You have to read the story to find out.

English
The one true path is to follow the God he worships. Take it from there.

English Help ASAP
This is your assignment. We can't do it for you. Read the piece carefully with these questions in mind. Make notes. Your teacher wants to know what YOU think, not what we think.

social studies
What do you think? What does your text say?

English
Is traffic singular or plural? Was is singular, were is plural. They were caught in traffic. There ... traffic.

Social Studies
What statement? What's your answer?

Social Studies
Read your text materials. I told you before, the information you need is hidden there like buried treasure, and you have to find it!

English
A good start might be here: http://www.bing.com/search?q=cherokee+nation&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=da02bb0905d9437c9e9fe187bc83f68d&pq=cherokee+nation And here: http://www.bing.com/search?q=cherokee+indians&go=Search&qs=ds&form=QBRE

Geometry, not geography
This is a geometry question, not geography.

social studies
Read lots here: http://www.bing.com/search?q=climate%20of%20Southeast%20Asia%20&qs=n&form=QBRE&pq=climate%20of%20southeast%20asia%20&sc=9-26&sp=-1&sk=&cvid=E63CA2C6E92542B8974676A7ABA109F8

social studies
When you have an answer, I'll be glad to check it. Your text materials probably are hiding the answer somewhere in them, if you can read them and discover the hidden treasure. Failing that, read these articles for clues: http://www.bing.com/search?q=governnment%20reactions...

English
No. The correct word is "thought". The word "taught" means that you were teaching someone. Learn to use a dictionary. There are several excellent ones on line: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/taught You may also type the word you need to look up ...

social studies
http://www.iun.edu/~hisdcl/h207_2002/jecontakeoff.htm Your text materials may also have the hidden treasure of the answer(s) to this question. Once you have found the treasure, we'll be glad to check your answer.

History
No. Have you read your text materials? Read them or re-read them. Or look here: http://www.bing.com/search?q=religion+in+the+tang+dynasty&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=1124d0da7f8e40f7a7cb4bb919e9738e&pq=religion+in+the+tang+dynasty

Language Arts
I mean C for question #3.

Language Arts
Yes, think about #2. If the business wants you to buy their product or service, do you think they might be biased in favor of it? On #3, I agree that the history textbook is a secondary source, although it should rely on primary sources itself. But so is a documentary film. It...

Language Arts
The envelope please. An the answer is...nothing? When you read your text materials and have some answers, we'll be glad to check them.

English
I'd say both are correct, but what do you think is the point of the dialogue? We already know that Kugler didn't find what he was looking for and was disappointed. Is the idea that God is witness the new idea?

history
What does your text say? If you need more information, these articles may give you some. Read more than one, carefully: http://www.bing.com/search?q=texas+decreasing+population+in+the+late+1790s%2C+gave+the+spanish+a+reason+to&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=...

ss
ppap, I'll give you a tip about studying. Assuming your text materials are available to you as you do these review/workbook questions, go back and re-read the text with this question in mind. You may not have perceived the importance of this, or read it too fast for it to ...

English
Study this, very carefully, then let us know what you think. We'll be glad to check your answer. http://webapps.towson.edu/ows/sentences.htm

English
1. correct 2. I think there is one more. You are correct on the two you identified. 3. There is one more. 4. Correct 5. Correct 6. One more 7. One more

Language Arts
1. No 2. Yes 3. No

English
Yes, you can use both. #2 is a bit more vague, perhaps. Sometimes babies are wrapped in blankets, as in being dressed in a blanket, or having it "on" as in having your pants and shirt on. But, both do mean the same, really.

David
To echo Ms. Sue, you were helpful here. Thank you. There is a way to post a link, even though it won't be "live". Just cut and paste the link, perhaps without the "http://www." so that your fellow student can enter it in his/her browser and find it for ...

Sociology
These questions seem to relate directly to your text materials. Since we can't see them, I recommend you read or re-read them with these questions (this assignment) in mind and find out what the authors say.

American Government
No.

ss
The Pearson sources must be available to you already. For other sources, start here: http://www.bing.com/search?q=mexican-american+war&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=a409c181ca1f400ea8abef8b3112798f&pq=mexican-american+war

write teacher
Writeacher may not be here right now. Do you need help actually writing your paragraph, or information about Mr. Douglass's life? http://www.biography.com/people/frederick-douglass-9278324

Social Studies
As Damon noted, we can't see the excerpt. C is certainly true. I think there may be at least one more correct answer based on the history of the Japanese occupation of Korea. Can you choose more than one? But, then again, we can't see the excerpt you are to base your ...

Business Administration
I don' know what your text materials say. their answer might be quite different than anything I can offer. Innovation is the key to success and growth in a company or a nation's economy. Finding ways to innovate often involves research and development - in products, in...

English
http://www.grammar-monster.com/glossary/active_voice.htm

English
http://www.grammar-monster.com/glossary/passive_voice.htm www.grammar-monster.com/glossary/active_voice.htm

history
I would not rely on other students answers. It's cheating, for one thing. If your text materials do not describe the Middle Kingdom, this does: http://www.penfield.edu/webpages/jgiotto/onlinetextbook.cfm?subpage=1596776

history
Since I can't see the quotation, I have no idea.

history
Steve, read your assigned materials! Then, if you have questions, we'll be glad to help you. We will not do your homework for you!

history
Where is the Nile? Where are these other nations in proximity to the Nile? Which have the Nile running through or adjacent to them? Does the Nile run through Mesopotamia, Libya, the Arabian Peninsula, etc.? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nile

History
Again, I'm sure your text materials address this question and the answer is waiting for you to read about it. Here are several articles about political machines: http://www.bing.com/search?q=political+machines+and+patronage%2C+charity&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=...

History
How does your text describe these men? I'm sure it discusses which of them was charitable more than others. If not, I recommend you Google all four of them and read brief biographies. This may also help you: http://www.philanthropyroundtable.org/topic/...

Literary Studies
I'm not familiar with this work. Perhaps another tutor is. I would gladly look it up and try to help you, but I can't do that based on a title only. Author, title (and genre: poem, story, novel, etc.) are necessary to look it up.

EN110
Except what?

american goverment check answers
Yes.

English
Contact the teacher or the school administration office and ask. The exam papers may have been destroyed by now, but it won't hurt to ask. You may wish to rewrite the story. Usually, a rewrite or revision is better than the first draft anyway. :)

English
Yes. The city is doing the action, closing the road. The road is the subject of the sentence, but is not doing the action, the city is.

English
Active voice denotes that the subject of the verb is doing or has done the action. 1-2 is not in active voice. The road didn't close itself. #4 is in active voice, #5 is not; it is in passive voice. The road had the action done to it by the city.

Anatomy
http://www.bing.com/search?q=homeostasis&FORM=EDGNNC

English
Yes to both questions.

English
Yes, they are. To define Seoul as a city seems redundant, however. You might better say "the City of Seoul" if you are unsure your reader knows that Seoul is a city and not a sea or a lake. :)

English
I think either is acceptable. I prefer "below".

English
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English 10
#1 - I disagree #2 - Of the choices, B seems to be a good one.

social studies
No. Texas was already independent of Mexico.

SS (Social Studies)
Slogans? Like memes on social media or bumper stickers? I guess you have to use your imagination.

English
What do you think? Is the author making fun of statistics as unreliable? Is it just as good to say, "Well, sorta this, sorta that..." instead of being precise and being able to back up the position with facts, as available?

Social Studies. Please help!
No on both.

geography
http://www.bing.com/search?q=hezbollah+and+the+creation+of+israel&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=dea71d995e7e4632a0889ed83d4b6eef&pq=hezbollah+and+the+creation+of+Israel http://www.bing.com/search?q=balfour+agreement&go=Search&qs=bs&form=QBRE

sad&confused
the same advice applies to you. Read your text materials. The answers are just waiting for you. If I give you the answers, you'll know nothing more than you did before.

history
When you have read your text materials and can answer the questions, we'll be glad to check them for you.

History
When you have read your text materials and can answer these questions, we'll be glad to check your answers. We do not "give" you the answers here. You have to do your own work.

Language Arts 7 A
I have not read what you are reading. I find at least three different pieces of literature with that title. You supposedly have read it. What words does the author use?

Social Studies
http://usgovinfo.about.com/od/usconstitution/a/constamend.htm#

social studies
I suspect you have not read your text materials. Read the or re-read them, carefully, with these questions in mind. The info you seek is there for you to find it.

history
I recommend you read or re-read your text materials - very carefully. Make notes with these questions in mind. Of the questions you have attempted to answer, you are more often wrong than correct. When you have corrected your answers, feel free to repost the questions you are ...

English
Mea culpa. Yes, 3 is incorrect. I was too quick.

English
I think you are right on all.

Social studies connexus 8th grade
AND, how can we help you if you don't post "the following conclusions" and your best answer?

English
What might a young person dream of or "go for"? How might an older person with more life experience (or the older version of the young dreamer) either criticize or admire (or both) the young person's dreams and quest(s)? Use your own "impossible dreams"...

HISTORY GOVERNMENT CCA
Yes, you can do that. More importantly, we will check your answers here, but not give the answers to you. When you have answers, we'll be glad to check them.

English 12 ..
I assume some other students are. If you have a question, please post it. Tutors may be able to help you better than other students.

civics
We can't help much. We don't know what town or city you live in, for one. What kind of municipal government do you have: strong mayor, city manager, mayor and council? If your class has not covered this topic, contact your city council member and ask them to explain it...

Income Tax
I don't think any of the tutors here are income tax experts. Your text materials should give you guidance on how to calculate this deduction. All I can offer is this, where you might find what you need: http://www.bing.com/search?q=cost+recovery+deduction+for+2015+income+...

Social Studies
What about it? Do you have a question?

Social Studies
You see, a couple of small-town shoemakers who decided to open up shop together could be the first merchant company in the world. I don't think that's what your lesson is about. Ms. Sue is right to advise you to read your text materials, or re-read them. I THINK I know...

english books
I do like your answer! I think you can expand on it a little, but it's good.

english books
Have you read the book? I recommend you do, then you will know the answer. You'll find it in the chapter when Montag finds Faber's house and visits him.

American Government
bobpursley, that's what I would have answered, too, but the correct answer has to match the text materials. I think you are correct. At the same time, I want the student to know the answer and understand it, not just get the points on the exercise without understanding ...

American Government
I agree with A and D for #1, not sure about B and C. Generalized jobs? Job descriptions are often very specific in a bureaucracy. The goals are often specific, too. The IRS collects taxes. Period. I don't know about #3, either. I don't know how your text defines a &...

SS
#1 - I agree. #2 - I don't know. #3 - I think there may be two correct answers. You've chosen one. There were Islamic insurgencies that created havoc and 150,000 deaths in the 1990s. Things have been quieter since then. There is another problem that has been persistent...

English
1 - yes 2 - no 3 - no 4 - yes

English
Is Jade going to be perfect in either math or step dancing? Did the new friends in the step team accept her or reject her? Was joining the step team good after she was pressured into it? I disagree with both your possible answers

Social Studies
Writeacher is correct about sedentary. Make sure you know what that word means. I know what you mean, but that word is not the best one. I think you mean a stable life. http://www.thesaurus.com http://www.bing.com/search?q=sedentary%20def&qs=bs&form=QBRE

Social Studies
How about a visual of a nomadic caravan contrasted with a field of grain with a message about living a stable life. I'm not good at slogans, either.

Social Studies
If you can't read your text materials for some reason, click on this to find your answers: http://militaryhistory.about.com/od/navalbattles16001800/p/bonhomme.htm

English
#1 is less acceptable. To "give" implies no obligation. A gift is a gift, and borrowing a library book is not a gift, as returning it is not a gift. 2, 3, and 4 are fine.

English
All are correct, really. 1 and 2 seem more colloquial, but are not incorrect, per se. All are rather informal, colloquial. In 1 and 2 the preposition is implied, but it is necessary, stated or implied.

English
Well, maybe not. While my knowledge of South Korean geography is woefully incomplete, I might say the weather was nice when I arrived in a U.S. state, such as Florida or Minnesota, or in a region such as "the south of France" or the Italian riviera. I would be "...

English
In that case, "in" would be incorrect. I did not know what Dokdo is. Sorry. Writeacher is right.

English
All four mean the same thing, and all are correct. The difference between "at" and "in" is slight. "At" may mean you are in the Dokdo area, but not actually within the town limits. "In" means you are inside the city. Both can mean you ...

English
in which of parental behavior plays a big role in their children. -- makes no sense Eventually, an act that in one way or another would end up being a dissatisfying one. -- is not a sentence. The lines above, illustrates -- watch subject/verb agreement. Why is that comma ...

Social Studies/Government
http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/eighth_amendment

English
Both are fine, rfvv. "superman" has a third way of saying the same thing.

Social studies
1 - NO 2 - yes

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