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April 25, 2015

Posts by Reed


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SOCIAL STUDIES
Name one desert in Western Europe, please.
February 24, 2015

English 102 (college)
There are probably articles in professional journals that Bing or Google don't bring up. A trip to the library might be in order, too. :)
February 24, 2015

English 102 (college)
That's a good site. I found a couple more for you to check out: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/gender-roles http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/13/women-in-the-media-female http://articles.chicagotribune.com/keyword/gender-roles
February 24, 2015

Economics
Since your question says nothing about the price of the unit to the purchaser, your answer is C. If the monopolist was undercutting competitors so as to gain market share, the answer might be different.
February 24, 2015

Economics
I asked Scotty to beam me over to your book, but he was busy. What graph?
February 24, 2015

Just a question
A good basis in the "liberal arts" is necessary, as well as a good understanding of mass media. To be a good reporter, one must know a lot about politics, government, the arts, science, etc. The method for acquiring that knowledge and sophistication is really ...
February 24, 2015

Crime and Society
So, what is your question?
February 24, 2015

Socials
er: http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamilton,_Ontario
February 24, 2015

Socials
http://www.canada.yodelout.com/kingston-ontario-settlement-and-early-days http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamilton,_Ontrio
February 24, 2015

Socials
I found web sites for Grosse Ile, the immigration point, and for settlement in Upper Canada, but for some reason I can't post them. The area around Hamilton, Ontario is a likely destination point for your family. It was English-speaking (Quebec was French-speaking) and was...
February 24, 2015

Socials
How about milkmaid for Elizabeth's job? Young girls often did that kind of work in rural areas. Or maid in the city? She would not be a parlormaid at a young age, but maybe a kitchen maid (scrubbing the pots and pans, the floor, etc If her father works in "cottage ...
February 24, 2015

History
Good for you!
February 24, 2015

History
I'd look up a web site, but my WiFi is slow tonight for some reason. Type "bungalow" and "Craftsman style architecture" into your browser and see what comes up.
February 24, 2015

History
Bungalows are small, inexpensive houses that working people could afford to buy. "Craftsman" is an aesthetic style, which may be used in buildings large or small, but usually associated with smaller houses. But that's a style, not measure of affordability. The ...
February 24, 2015

politic
http://www.weegy.com/?ConversationId=F5A0082D http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandate_(politics) In popular parlance, a political mandate also refers to the voters' endorsement of a candidate and his/her ideas or political agenda. "So and So has a "mandate"...
February 24, 2015

English
Did you pay no attention to what I advised you to look for last week?
February 23, 2015

quick question
Iala, this question is clear. What three programs are funded by the F.I.C.A. tax. The website I gave you tells you that, if you READ it!
February 23, 2015

quick question
http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Insurance_Contributions_Act_tax
February 23, 2015

History
http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progressive_Era http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1061.html
February 23, 2015

life orientation
http://www.brainly.co.za › secondary school › english
February 23, 2015

life orientation
That's an example of intrapersonal conflict. What's the question?
February 23, 2015

Health
http://www.vaughns-1-pagers.com/medicine/heart-diagram.htm
February 23, 2015

Health
Doesn't your textbook have a diagram that labels it?
February 23, 2015

life oreintation
I still can't find anything on line to address this issue.
February 23, 2015

life oreintation
It does depend on the relationship and the situation, as Ms.Sue suggests.
February 23, 2015

life oreintation
Let's say you have invitations to go to two different parties. You think you SHOULD go to one, but really WANT to go to the other, so there is intrapersonal conflict. Whatever choice you make may affect your relationship with the host you turned down. Or you think someone ...
February 23, 2015

geography
Is Japan a group of islands? Does that give you a clue?
February 23, 2015

geography
That's not a question. What about the command system of the Mongols?
February 23, 2015

geography
Then READ it!
February 23, 2015

geography
What does it say in your assigned reading?
February 23, 2015

Social studies
What are bellows used for? Do you know?
February 23, 2015

Ap history
Quana, if you are in AP history, I do despair. The Monroe Doctrine should have been taught much earlier; it's basic to the development of American foreign policy. And I wonder that you could not figure out just from the way that possible answer I written that it is not ...
February 23, 2015

Ap history
Hint: FDR was president from 1933-45.
February 23, 2015

Ap history
Which is NOT accurate. So, did FDR propose the Monroe Doctrine in 1820? http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h255.html
February 23, 2015

Ap history
Ill give you a hint: The Monroe Doctrine was the "doctrine" of which president?
February 23, 2015

History
I think the word "ally" in the question is misleading. Mexico was not OUR ally, but, briefly, an ally of Germany.
February 23, 2015

History
It didn't work out for the Kaiser, but he tried.
February 23, 2015

History
Huh? The final action by Germany to force the United States' entry into World War I was to enlist Mexico a an ally to attack the U.S. here at home and distract us from involvement in the European war. "The last straw" = "final action."
February 23, 2015

History
I dunno. But the final straw was when Germany enlisted Mexico as an ally. Attacks on American shipping had been going on for two years at least, but when Germany enlisted our neighbor, Wilson had no choice...
February 23, 2015

History
No, it is not. The Germans USED submarines to attack ships.
February 23, 2015

Social Studies
If you had read the materials, you'd have an answer. I can't "give" you the answer. I do think neither A nor B is correct.
February 23, 2015

Social Studies
Didn't you have any reading materials assigned?
February 23, 2015

life orientation
Six? I do not understand the question, do you? Perhaps your assigned reading material lists or describes "symptoms."
February 23, 2015

History
What do you suppose? In a limited monarchy the people being ruled have a say in how they are ruled. In an absolute monarchy the people have no voice. Which would seem more sustainable?
February 23, 2015

LA
They are both wonderful poems, among my favorites, too. I even TOLD this person what each is about below and s/he does not "get it." Read my responses below. If I'm on the wrong track, let me know (in e-mail or phone) :)
February 23, 2015

LA
Ms. Sue, I have tried to answer these questions with eight responses below. I give up.
February 23, 2015

LA
If you had actually read these poems, you would know who wrote them! Or is actually reading them too much work and it's easier to ask us to answer your question?
February 23, 2015

English
What words?
February 23, 2015

LA
My response above that one tells you what the poets were doing. As to why? Why write anything, ever? Exploring ideas and feelings are valid reasons to write about them.
February 23, 2015

LA
"Poems...often are explorations..." So, what was Frost exploring? What was Whitman reacting to? THINK.
February 23, 2015

LA
Robert Frost and Walt Whitman were not one author. See above as to why.
February 23, 2015

LA
Poems (and essays) do not have to tell a story, but often are explorations of ideas or feelings and often are observations of the world around us or one's reactions to the world around us.
February 23, 2015

LA
Okay. "The Road Not Taken" has a "plot" in that the speaker reaches a fork in the road while walking in the woods. After that, it's a rumination on making choices in one's life. "O Captain..." is a lament on the death of President Lincoln...
February 23, 2015

LA
Does either poem HAVE a plot as in a story told with a beginning, middle and end?
February 23, 2015

LA
http://www.literarydevices.net/plot
February 23, 2015

LA
Read the poems and decide for yourself.
February 23, 2015

English
The second step, after defining "honor," might be to explain WHY you think Abe and Julius were honorable. His assassins felt Caesar had acted dishonorably, did they not?
February 23, 2015

English
First, define "honor." How did each of these men behave honorably? How did they differ in behaving as such? How were they similar?
February 23, 2015

English
Sentence one has a plural subject. The predicate must be plural, too. These are goals, not a single goal. Sentence two makes no sense.
February 23, 2015

history
What are your answers?
February 23, 2015

pleasse check social studies
1 is wrong. 4 is wrong. Question 3: State courts are limited to state law and do not have jurisdiction in Federal matters, so are somewhat limited, but any matter involving state law falls under their jurisdiction without limits. For 2 and 5: http://www.georgiacourts.org/aoc/...
February 23, 2015

history? help
correct
February 23, 2015

history? help
1 is wrong. On question 2, while I do not know Georgia law, misdemeanors in most cases can carry a jail term of less than one year if imposed at all. If Georgia law requires a minimum sentence of one year in all cases, then you're right, but make sure. http://www....
February 23, 2015

History
You're welcome.
February 23, 2015

History
http://www.louis-xiv.de
February 23, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!
No. Just think: workers, labor...does that TELL you anything?
February 23, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!
1 is wrong. I don't know the answer to 2.
February 23, 2015

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!
Legislative committees do not enforce policies while executive branches are charged with doing just that, but do recommend policies, so in that are similar to legislative committees. So, "in many ways"? In some ways. You're probably right. Policies set by the ...
February 23, 2015

social studies
Good!
February 23, 2015

social studies
Look up inflation and deflation in any dictionary.
February 23, 2015

social studies
Correct except for 2. DEflation? Look it up in the dictionary. For reasons why the North was better prepared, consider industrialization. There were few factories in the South compared to the North. Where are guns and blankets and uniforms, etc., made?
February 23, 2015

Criminology
http://www.d.umn.edu/~bmork/2306/Theories/BAMdiffassn.htm
February 23, 2015

Life Orientation
What are the alternatives? Find out. http://www.About.com/Loans South Africa
February 23, 2015

Criminology
try also: http://www.rockcenter.nbcnews.com/_news/2011/11/07/8640744-vic http://www.care2.com/causes/forced-sterilization-of-thousands-of-women-in...
February 23, 2015

Criminology
http://www.law.cornell.edu/supremecourt/text/274/200 http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/10/opinion/sunday/douthat-eugenics-past...
February 23, 2015

life orientation
See answers below.
February 23, 2015

child psychology in general
Writeteacher is right...please don't do this. You will get attention, you don't have to stand up and yell. To answer your question, in publishing research results, ALL results must be published and considered, i.e. discussed. The degree to which the results either ...
February 23, 2015

English
If you MUST confine your paragraph to five sentences, the first sentence can be a cogent sentence by making it all agree. "...the first day of class, including paying... and reviewing..."
February 22, 2015

English
Well, a comma would also work in sentence two.
February 22, 2015

English
Your first sentence is a run-on sentence. It could be three. Your second sentence could a a compound sentence by adding a semi-colon between "time make" or two sentences. I would make "don't pull all nighters" a parenthetical, r separate it with commas.
February 22, 2015

history
Radio! Most importantly, radio. Motion pictures became more widely available, and the phonograph became more popular, but both existed before 1920. http://www.earlyradiohistory.us http://www.www.thepeoplehistory.com/1920s.html
February 22, 2015

history
Yes, it was. Either or both of these sites will explain the influences at work at that time.
February 22, 2015

history
http://www.infoplease.com/spot/bhmharlem1.html
February 22, 2015

history
Do you know what the Harlem renaissance was?www.infoplease.com/spot/bhmharlem1.html
February 22, 2015

Management
Start at the beginning. What needs to be done?
February 22, 2015

english
http://www.owl.english.purdue.edu › … › Gerunds, Participles, and Infinitives
February 22, 2015

english
Anonymous, I don't see the "bottom" question, but "moving" is a gerund, so the phrase is a gerund phrase.
February 22, 2015

english
Yes, a verb turned into a noun by adding "ing." So the phrase is...
February 22, 2015

english
1 yes. 2 no. What is the gerund in the second sentence?
February 22, 2015

history
Exactly. Perhaps my phonograph example is not a good one since most young people have never seen one, but that was the first method for recording sound, and it required no electricity. Now you download MP3s, which were recorded electronically, and are reproduced electronically.
February 22, 2015

history
A further thought on entertainment: Remember that early phonographs did not require electric motors, nor does a movie projector necessarily require electricity, and lots of games can be played with no electricity at all. So HOW did electricity facilitate advancements?
February 22, 2015

history
Well, yes, on both counts. But think a little more. What was life like before electric lights and electric refrigeration? Electric vacuum cleaners?
February 22, 2015

Life orientation
See below! And stop asking the same question over and over.
February 22, 2015

English
Your grammar is terrible. The ideas are sound, but the grammar needs work!
February 22, 2015

life orientation
You don't need to post twice.
February 22, 2015

life orientation
Since I have not read your course materials, I'm not sure exactly what this question means. A physical exercise might be to take pencil and paper and list the pros and cons of the issue that causes conflict in one's mind. Counseling would probably accomplish the same ...
February 22, 2015

life orientation
What do you mean by "physical exercises," pumping iron or running?
February 22, 2015

Human Geography
Yes, it is gobbled-gook! I THINK I understand it, but I'm not sure. Maybe some of the essays at the above web-site might elucidate.
February 22, 2015

Human Geography
http://www.studymode.com/subjects/explain-how-the-interactions-between
February 22, 2015

english
Ms. Sue is correct in that this is a run-on sentence. It's two sentences. The first sentence modifies the second, so, in that sense, is a misplaced modifier, but it is not a phrase within a sentence, it is a different sentence. It's also convoluted in that "It is ...
February 22, 2015

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