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May 5, 2016

Posts by Reed

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Math
Yep, that's correct!
March 7, 2016

Public Administration
You'll find several sources for information here: http://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=factors+leading+to+the+constitutional+convention+of+1787
March 7, 2016

Public Administration
If you read this, you will discover what concerns the Constitutional Convention addressed: http://www.ushistory.org/gov/2c.asp Your text materials may help, too. You may wish to read them.
March 7, 2016

life orientation
What "extra above"?
March 7, 2016

L .o
I do not know the context of your question. In California, in the USA, it means the subject matter that a teacher is certified to teach. I have no idea what it means in your country.
March 7, 2016

economics,business studies,tourism,life orientatio
More here: http://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=sports+spectator+violence
March 7, 2016

economics,business studies,tourism,life orientatio
You'll find some material to explain this problem here: http://www.bing.com/search?q=sports+spectator+aggression&go=Submit+Query&qs=n&form=QBRE&pq=sports+spectator+aggression&sc=0-0&sp=-1&sk=&cvid=BED0C0185ADF4D7E86F3DA906500C2FC
March 7, 2016

Social Studies
Who is "Glidden"? That's a brand of paint. Sam, read this: http://www.ancient.eu/Roman_Republic
March 7, 2016

Social Studies
I don't think so.
March 7, 2016

Social Studies
The dictionary link apparently didn't post correctly. Try this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democracy
March 7, 2016

Social Studies
I don't think so. Ancient Athens was a pure democracy. The Roman Republic was, as the name describes, a republic. There is a better answer. Make sure you know the difference between pure democracy and a republican form of government. http://www.merriam-webster.com/...
March 7, 2016

Social Studies
Yes, I agree.
March 7, 2016

@#FreeGucci
This was in the string we were posting earlier: Language Art's - #FreeGucci, Monday, March 7, 2016 at 11:13am wait no #3 is D & 4 is D
March 7, 2016

@#FreeGucci
Just to avoid confusion: Your first answers for questions 3 and 4 were correct. I didn't see your second guesses, D for each. D is wrong for both.
March 7, 2016

Language Art's
This should get you started: http://www.literary-devices.com/content/imagery
March 7, 2016

Language Art's
I think you can do this assignment. If you aren't sure what the words mean (connotation, denotation, imagery), look them up or re-read your text materials. You can look up words on line by typing the word "dictionary" in your web browser. Or type the word in ...
March 7, 2016

English
Oh, my goodness. Definition of marriage is, of course, the traditional "union" of a man and woman. A picture of a man and woman (your parents, an aunt and uncle, grandparents) in a domestic situation (eating together, sitting on the sofa together, something in which ...
March 7, 2016

History
That is correct.
March 7, 2016

Language Art's
I agree with A. :)
March 7, 2016

Language Art's
I don't think so. B is what you chose in the first place, and I still disagree.
March 7, 2016

Language Art's
1 & 2 - correct 3 - I disagree 4 & 5 - correct
March 7, 2016

Language Art's
You're most welcome. You seem to be doing good work. Keep it up. :)
March 7, 2016

Language Art's
And, as you can see, this post does not indicate what poem you are reading, so no one could answer this post's question. You did it right in the second post above. ) At least, always give us the name of the work AND the author so we know what you're talking about.
March 7, 2016

Language Art's
See your post above.
March 7, 2016

histoy please help
1 - no 2 - yes 3 - I don't know. Look through your text materials and verify your answer. 4 - yes 5 - Two of your answers are correct, one is wrong.
March 7, 2016

Social Studies
A is the best answer, yes.
March 7, 2016

English
Or, wait, are you supposed to choose one of the lines given? Is this multiple choice? If so, choose the one that is most enthusiastic.
March 6, 2016

English
I'm not sure the lines about his father's reaction and lack of an explanation are what you're looking for. Are there other lines that explain his ENTHUSIASM for his pursuit? I think there is a better one. (Hint: close to the end, in his conclusion.) But, make your ...
March 6, 2016

History
This explains the Gadsden Purchase: http://history.state.gov/milestones/1830-1860/gadsden-purchase
March 6, 2016

History
What does your text say? I'll be glad to check your answer.
March 6, 2016

English
All are correct. Good work.
March 6, 2016

English
Assuming that the strange figures I see are apostrophes (don't, etc.), these all look just fine!
March 6, 2016

English
Writeacher is correct, but to be, perhaps, a little clearer, the best sentence is #2, "He won first prize..."
March 6, 2016

English
You are welcome. :)
March 6, 2016

English
http://www.ehow.com/about_5087285_past-perfect-tense.html
March 6, 2016

English
No.
March 6, 2016

life orientation
See related questions below.
March 6, 2016

Life orientation
How can we help you with this assignment? Three fields of study? What courses are you taking? What are available? History, geography, physics, chemistry, biology, language arts, journalism, etc.? Why would you take courses in any of these fields?
March 6, 2016

Life orientation
What kind of help do you need to identify math, history, science (chemistry, etc.), and so forth?
March 6, 2016

geography, history, life science and maths literacy
Ms. Sue is right. We don't know you, or what your interests are, or anything about employment opportunities in any given career in your country. Once admitted to a university, you SHOULD be able to pursue whatever interests you!
March 5, 2016

Business
Some people say that increasing the minimum wage would result in employers firing workers to avoid paying higher wages, or would not hire new people. Others say, and have statistics to back them up, that there is little or no impact on employment levels when the minimum wage ...
March 5, 2016

Social science
That's what Justice Douglas found, yes.
March 5, 2016

Social science
Note, however, that the Supreme Court had always ruled that it was not an unfettered individual right, but a right to have a "militia". The Court reversed itself very recently, ruling that it is, indeed, an individual right. The controversy goes on.
March 5, 2016

Social science
That is probably the "correct" answer. It's also a matter of some significant debate as to whether it is absolute or conditional, in how to interpret the "well regulated" wording.
March 5, 2016

political science
Did you read either of the articles we posted for you? Equal pay for EQUAL WORK. Women make, on average, 79 cents for each dollar earned by males, even if the jobs are identical. READ the articles.
March 5, 2016

political science
http://www.lillyledbetterfairpayact.com/home.html And NOTE: Presidents do not pass laws! They may propose them to the Congress, sign them into law once passed by the Congress, or veto them, but the president does not "pass laws". You need a lesson in BASIC civics!
March 5, 2016

College history
I'm sorry, we won't give you material you can plagiarize. We'll be glad to check your essay and offer suggestions, if appropriate.
March 5, 2016

College history
Of the narrow choices you are given, I'd have to say "All of the above". You'll have to make your own choice.
March 5, 2016

College history
I don't think so. I'm not finding a good article on this topic. Generally, social norms are taught to children almost from birth; certainly as the child learns to consciously interact with others within the family and outside the family. Table manners ("Eat with a...
March 5, 2016

History
I'd call it a "feature story". Celebrity gossip is for the tabloids, but "mainstream" media increasingly does that kind of story, too. "Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have adopted another child." Such stories may be biased (being critical or in ...
March 5, 2016

political science
Yes the answer is c
March 5, 2016

political science
What does your text say? What is your answer. I'll be glad to check it.
March 5, 2016

political science
Yes, D is correct.
March 5, 2016

political science
I agree with A. :)
March 5, 2016

Social Studies
http://www.bing.com/search?q=obama&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=f127a858b00a4289b47c96c985060a3a&pq=obama
March 5, 2016

Social Studies
What office do you guess this man holds?
March 5, 2016

English
What is your answer? Have you consulted your text materials? We'll be glad to check your answer.
March 5, 2016

TX history
Nope. You're on your own now. Do not post new answers for these questions.
March 5, 2016

TX history
Both your answers are wrong. Re-read your text materials.
March 5, 2016

LA
http://www.wikihow.com/Calculate-Percentages
March 5, 2016

Business study
Read your text materials on this topic. You may also want to Google the topic by looking up "business partnerships" and "incorporation, pros and cons". You may use Google.com or Bing.com (whatever you prefer), and enter those keywords, or others you find ...
March 5, 2016

good mornin i need some help on Texas history
Well, coolguy, what do you think? Even if a majority or most people are ______, does that mean EVERYBODY is? Do ALL young people like nothing but hip-hop music? Do ALL old people (over the age of 25) have debilitating illnesses like arthritis or Alzheimer's disease?
March 5, 2016

business math
VU is not the subject you are studying. If you want a tutor skilled in your subject matter, which appears to be business math, please put that in the School Subject box. Vrije Universiteit is a very fine school in Amsterdam, but NOT the subject matter you are studying.
March 5, 2016

English
All are correct, except #9. When the noun starts with a vowel, we use "an" instead of "a". It's easier to pronounce. So, instead of "a oriental clinic", it should be "an oriental clinic". The word "herb" presents a ...
March 5, 2016

English
I think this is much better than the earlier version. It is simpler and clearer. Yes, "worries, problems, matters" can all be used together as you do here. "matters" is a little more vague than "worries" or "problems", but it works.
March 5, 2016

English
And, I see what you mean with "I will. Thank you." You seem to mean the student should say, "I will be okay. Thank you." You might make that clearer.
March 5, 2016

English
In informal writing, the slashes are fine. In formal writing, and certainly in speech, we would say "he or she". We would not say "he slash she".
March 5, 2016

English
Well, you do have a typo in here. "Comu py"??? I think you mean "Come up". :) More seriously, the only fault I can see is "I will Thank You." Do you mean the student will someday, in the future, say "Thank you"? or do you mean he or she ...
March 5, 2016

Literary Devices - English
It's slang, not really a literary device. "He hit the target dead center." "She was dead-on right!" "I looked you squarely in the eye" is a variation on the slang term "dead in the eye". I looked you square in the eye" is ...
March 4, 2016

English
1. Why don't you use cosmetics on your face? or Why don't you put cosmetics on your face? The use of the word "on" twice is redundant. 2. cereals is misspelled. 3. "a" is unnecessary. "Why don't you do plastic surgery?" 4. I don't ...
March 4, 2016

English
It's a slangy way to describe a pistol: ice cold metal that felt like a block when held to the head, hard and bulky. It is a metaphor, however, so it is a literary device.
March 4, 2016

English
1 - 4 are fine. 5 - You want to build just one muscle? "a muscle" is one. Lifting weights will strengthen more than one. "musles" would be better than "a muscle". 6 - weelends is not capitalized. It's a common noun, not a proper noun.
March 4, 2016

English
These sentences are all just fine. We might, however, say, "practice solving math problems" instead of saying "solve math problems a lot".
March 4, 2016

Global Studies
Read all about it: http://www.bing.com/search?q=religious+conflict+in+the+middle+east&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=ab135a4ca6cc487ca25b9975955d86f5&pq=religious%20conflict%20in%20the%20middle%20east
March 4, 2016

Matg
http://www.helpingwithmath.com › By Subject › Percentages
March 4, 2016

LA
This is your assignment. You have to figure out how they are similar and dissimilar. Compare and contrast them.
March 4, 2016

LA
Are both poems about cities? What do they say about cities? Or is one of them about flowers in spring and the other about life on a ship?
March 4, 2016

LA
What do you think, after reading them? Have you actually read them?
March 4, 2016

LA
What have you read, or what is available in your anthology or otherwise assigned or recommended reading materials?
March 4, 2016

History
Your answer is correct. ;)
March 4, 2016

History
No, not at all. You transcribed this incorrectly. C and D are identical. As written here, none of these answers is correct. http://www.nmvoices.org/attachments/nmkc_graduation_rates_10-08.pdf
March 4, 2016

US history
What does your text say? We'll be glad to check your answer.
March 4, 2016

English
You're welcome.
March 4, 2016

English
Your corrections are correct!
March 4, 2016

Definition
Read all about it: http://www.bing.com/search?q=international+symbols&go=Submit+Query&qs=bs&form=QBRE
March 4, 2016

History
No, I don't think so. Poverty and unemployment are common problems in Native American reservations/communities nation-wide.
March 4, 2016

History
Actually, of these choices, A is probably the best answer.
March 4, 2016

History
I disagree with D. You need to read more about life on the rez: http://www.bing.com/search?q=life+on+an+indian+reservation&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=069325d12a3547529acba4bf2c40c2cb&pq=life%20on%20an%20indian%20reservation
March 4, 2016

History
A grant is not a loan: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/land grant
March 4, 2016

History(please check)
Blair, your answers to 3 and 4 are wrong.
March 4, 2016

english
I haven't lost any books.
March 4, 2016

social studies PLEASE HELP
I don't know all the answers here. I doubt any tutors on Jiskha are fully schooled in Chinese history, but I'll react as I can. 1 - yes 2 - ? 3 - yes 4 - What passage? 5 - yes 6 - yes 7 - yes 8 - ? 9 - yes 10- no 11- ? 12- yes
March 3, 2016

Physical Education
Correct.
March 3, 2016

history help
1 is D. You are still mistaken on #2. You're on your own now. Reread the text material. Do not repost another answer.
March 3, 2016

history help
Both of your answers about the 1824 and 1828 elections are wrong. Questions 3 & 4 are correct.
March 3, 2016

English
Read the poem and find out!
March 3, 2016

Language Arts
I can make a case for either A or C for the second question. This is where we have no idea which will be considered correct when you turn in the answer. I'd stick with A in this instance, but Writeacher is not wrong, nor are you.
March 3, 2016

Language Arts
The ones you correct are fine. #2 does need correcting. Read it aloud to yourself and see what is wrong. "hardly" is considered a negative in this instance, so there are two negatives.
March 3, 2016

Language Arts
#1 -the same way you did #4. 2-5 are all correctly done. :)
March 3, 2016

history :(
Your answers to the multiple choice questions are all wrong. The first T or F question is true. The second is a matter of opinion. The third is false, as you say.
March 3, 2016

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