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February 10, 2016

Posts by Reed

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Social Studies (Check, Please!)
#1: I think his wife influenced him a great deal, too. As a scion of a patrician family he had no idea how poor people could be until Eleanor took him to a soup kitchen where she volunteered. He was shocked. She had a great deal of influence throughout their marriage. #4. The ...
November 19, 2015

Social Studies
I think autos were so common by the 1920s that horses were no longer frightened by them as much as in earlier times, when cars were very rare. And I'm not sure that people who were devoted church-goers stopped going to go joy-riding. They drove their cars to church. They ...
November 19, 2015

World History
These my help. The position of the merchant as a social class has varied throughout time, so it's hard to say it's dependent on the dom9nant religion of the region or the time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merchant http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_occupations
November 19, 2015

English
You use one word incorrectly, have skipped a word that is needed, and have missed an apostrophe "s". You don't talk "for" something, you talk "about" it. And Lee does not reply him, he replies TO him. And "one week's time" is ...
November 19, 2015

Social Studies.
http://www.constitutionfacts.com/us-declaration-of-independence/drafting-the-declaration/
November 19, 2015

bob pursley.
Check it out: James Madison wrote the Bill of Rights. The first ten amendments have nothing to do with the Declaration of Independence.
November 19, 2015

Comm Tech
What company, where, when? Read your text to find out.
November 19, 2015

Comm Tech
I have no idea. What department where, in what company, and what does your text say? You might find the answer if you read your text materials.
November 19, 2015

rbm
rbm is not a school subject I've ever heard of. What subject are you studying? Your question also makes no sense. The shadow lengths are specified in the question. Are you trying to find the height of the tree?
November 19, 2015

Child day care
Writeacher is correct.
November 19, 2015

Child day care
I suspect you are correct.
November 19, 2015

History
#2 could also be "limited government". Check your text materials to see which term they prefer.
November 19, 2015

History
1 & 2, correct 3 - ?? 4 & 5, incorrect 6 - ?? 7 & 8, correct 9 & 10, incorrect
November 19, 2015

dani
If you have a question of your own, post it separately. Don't butt in on someone else's post/question.
November 19, 2015

english
"prestatement clue" is a phrase I am unfamiliar with. The only thing I can think of is what is called "telegraphing" when the author gives hints along the way, or clues, as to how something in the plot is going to turn out. Is that what you mean?
November 19, 2015

MIZAN_TEPI UNIVERSITY
If you want a tutor specifically for your school, you won't find one here. If you have a question about the SUBJECT you are studying, please put that in the SCHOOL SUBJECT line so an appropriate tutor might see it.
November 19, 2015

psychology
Some do, yes. What do you want to know about it?
November 18, 2015

English
The ones you have chosen are correct. If you don't know what the remaining four words mean, look them up: http://www.merriam-webster.com/
November 18, 2015

writing
No, Joe, you must go through the entire essay and correct for similar problems all the way through. Ms. Sue is using your first sentence as an example of what you should do.
November 18, 2015

Language Arts 7 questions please help me thank you
1, 2 & 7 are wrong. The others are correct.
November 18, 2015

SS plz help me plzzzzzzz
The link I gave you listed three factors in how the planet is changed in its very title. You did not read that one, or this one. We are not going to do your homework for you. That's YOUR job. To get someone else to do your homework for you is cheating.
November 18, 2015

SS plz help me plzzzzzzz
I don't believe you have read anything. The link has those forces in big blue type, and explains them.
November 18, 2015

Social Studies
Read this: http://cwemancipation.wordpress.com/2014/12/07/african-americans-and-shermans-march/
November 18, 2015

Lang arts
What do YOU think?
November 18, 2015

Language Arts
I agree.
November 18, 2015

HELP RIGHT AWAY
Even that is wrong, eevee. What do you get when you multiply 5.8 by ten? I learned how to do that in elementary school. Then, if that answer is how much fabric she used, and she started with 238.2 yards, how much does she have left? What's the remainder? I learned how to ...
November 18, 2015

HELP RIGHT AWAY
If each costume takes 5.8 yards and she made ten of them, how much fabric did she use?
November 18, 2015

HELP RIGHT AWAY
Both your answers are wrong, and you do not show your work.
November 18, 2015

History
http://www.biography.com/people/caligula-9235253 http://www.biography.com/people/nero-9421713 http://www.biography.com/people/mark-antony-20667285
November 18, 2015

Lang arts
What do you think? What word might indicate a positive point of view? "hard", "loved", "popular", or just "been around"?
November 18, 2015

Ancient History
Here are some possible sources. Guaging public opinion is rather difficult back so far. There are no records of public opinion polls, and most people probably didn't write diaries that have survived for two thousand years. http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&aq...
November 18, 2015

SS PLZ HELP ME ASAP
I might suggest you read your text materials. You are not asked questions not covered in class reading assignments. Failing that, try reading this: http://igs-galluppiw.wikispaces.com/How+wind,+water,+gravity+and+ice+shape+and+reshape+Earth%27s+land+surface
November 18, 2015

English
If it is going on now, would you think past tense or future tense?
November 17, 2015

Eglish
2 does not make sense, but all the others are grammatical. 3 is grammatical, but we would say "ten years old" or "ten years of age", not just "ten years". 2 is wrong. When he was ten years ago? That would be 2005??? If you mean "ten years age...
November 17, 2015

English
1 through 4 are all just fine. 5-8 are not. They are awkward and would cause your reader or listener to stop and think, "What does he mean?" :) Grammatical or not, they don't work.
November 17, 2015

Career
All correct.
November 17, 2015

Career
Yes, you are correct again. :)
November 17, 2015

Career Plz help........
I agree. False.
November 17, 2015

IMPORTANT MATH NEED HELP NOW!!!
Sorry, now I see your post. I'm not a math tutor, so can't help you. Be patient, a math tutor will show up, I'm sure.
November 17, 2015

Hasu
Are you studying calculus or "Hasu"?
November 17, 2015

Social Studies (Ms. Sue) Please Proofread
I don't see anything posted by "Eevee".
November 17, 2015

Social Studies (Ms. Sue) Please Proofread
I'm a tutor here, too. Ms. Sue may have gone out. I spoke with her earlier, but she hasn't been on Jiskha for a few hours.
November 17, 2015

Social Studies (Ms. Sue) Please Proofread
Ms. Sue seems to be taking the morning off, but you are correct on all ten. :)
November 17, 2015

Career
Right again!
November 17, 2015

Career Plz help................
Or choose another career!
November 17, 2015

Career Plz help................
Correct.
November 17, 2015

History
You're still expecting to cheat, huh?
November 17, 2015

Social Studies
I think you're right on all but g).
November 17, 2015

language arts
And PLEASE do not exchange personal information here, where everybody can see it and, possibly, misuse it!
November 17, 2015

language arts
Please don't give each other the answers. Nobody learns anything that way. That's just cheating.
November 17, 2015

language arts
You're looking at several aspects of the topic here. No one article is likely to answer all these questions. They are excellent questions! This list of articles may get you started: http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&aq=&oq=psychological+motivation&ie=UTF-8&...
November 17, 2015

Career
You're right on all five.
November 17, 2015

culinary arts
If something costs $1.00, and I buy half of it, how much would I pay for the half of a dollar's worth? Use the same concept to figure out how much half a pound of mushrooms cost.
November 17, 2015

Language Art
Yes, #3 would be B.
November 17, 2015

English/Creative Writing
Sounds fantastic to me! :) Proofread carefully, though.
November 17, 2015

Louisiana State History
If you don't know what words mean, such as "scarcity", "prosperity", "surplus" in #5, look them up: http://www.merriam-webster.com/ You will see a space at the top of the screen where you type in the word, then click on the "search" ...
November 17, 2015

Louisiana State History
You will not know the answers by osmosis. Read your text materials first. Then, if need be, type the keywords (such as "gross domestic product") into your web browser and click "search" or press "enter". No tutor here will give you the answers. ...
November 17, 2015

History vocabulary
Here's another news headline, also a complete sentence: Pakistani Mullahs Reluctantly Condemn "Radical" Jihad Night Watch | Dec 19, 2014
November 17, 2015

History vocabulary
Headline from TheNewYorkTimes.com: Breaking: Afghan Mullahs declare Jihad against Pakistan . Source: http://defence.pk/threads/breaking-afghan-mullahs-declare-jihad-against-pakistan.392027/#ixzz3rjCNyEXH
November 17, 2015

Social Studies
How about machinery to make the "tin" cans? How about pressure cooking to preserve the food in the cans? If you include home canning, how about the metal lids with self-sealing rims? Read this: http://www.foodreference.com/html/artcanninghistory.html
November 16, 2015

UM
UM is a school subject I've never heard of. This looks more like physics, though.
November 16, 2015

SS ASAP
Then compare and contrast those struggles with American independence struggles. You've come up with three comparisons here. You need some contrasts, too. I'm assuming your assignment means the 1770s-80s American independence, but there were several other nations that ...
November 16, 2015

SS ASAP
There is lots of material about Africa and Asia here. I am assuming you know about American independence? If not, type "Independence struggles in the Americas" in your browser and hit enter or click on "search". http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=...
November 16, 2015

English/Writing (Check, Please!)
You also left out he boy with the dogs.
November 16, 2015

History
Thank you, Ms. Sue. :)
November 16, 2015

History
Read this: http//:www.biography.com/people/dante-9265912 First, he wrote in the age that we call Medieval, so is a Medieval writer. His work is considered better than others', so was different in that regard. I think he also, in his way, advocated that spirituality and ...
November 16, 2015

English/Creative Writing
Then write four or five sentences describe the incident from each of the indicated viewpoints. That's how you wrote the assignment above. If you were told something else, so be it - go with that. As usual, your writing is quite good. I would point out that Dylan's ...
November 16, 2015

English/Creative Writing
You've inserted a character who isn't in the narrative. The assignment is to look at the accident from the points of view of the people in the story. What happened to the woman in her apartment window?
November 16, 2015

History
Your first answer, C, is wrong, too.
November 16, 2015

English/Creative Writing
In each case, you need an opening sentence that captures the drama of the situation. For example, "Climbing the sheer face of Half Dome is not a task to be undertaken lightly. I had trained for a year, but still faced the steep cliff with a degree of fear that I knew I ...
November 16, 2015

English check my essay
Note that while casual, slangy speech is fine in quotation marks, attributed to a character be that character fictional or real. It's not acceptable in narrative writing, in an essay, etc.
November 16, 2015

English check my essay
I don't know what your assignment was/is. To write a book review, to critique London's writing style, what? In general, your writing is clear. I not that at least once you substitute "of" for "have". Look for errors like that. Remember that casual ...
November 16, 2015

SS
Martin Luther, Roger Williams, Oliver Cromwell, and many, many others.
November 16, 2015

SS
Read all about it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_of_Hammurabi
November 16, 2015

English
You need spaces between Nov. 22, 2015, but I assume that's a typographical error. "Rate" and "charge" are redundant. "...the internet usage charge will be fifteen pesos per hour."
November 16, 2015

10th grade
10th grade is the subject you are studying in school? Usually people take classes like math, science, history, etc. And what is your question here? What do you need help with? What is the assignment?
November 16, 2015

English
As for cooked rice, we don't usually eat raw rice, so "cooked" isn't really necessary, but it's fine to use the word.
November 16, 2015

nothing
Same to you, TayB. :)
November 16, 2015

English
The park.
November 16, 2015

English
Anonymous is busy tonight. Both 2 and 3 are in the active voice. The placement of the adverb doesn't matter in determining active or passive voice.
November 15, 2015

English
Both sentences mean the same thing. In writing, we never BEGIN a sentence using numerals, but within the sentence, it's best to use them if it takes a lot of words to spell it out. In this case, 2001 is correct in writing the sentence. And, in speaking, we would say two ...
November 15, 2015

English
In both cases Yosemite refers to the park. As we've discussed before, the valley of that name is within the park. When we refer to Yosemite, we mean the park as a whole.
November 15, 2015

Language Arts
Think it over carefully. active voice definition. One of the two “voices” of verbs (see also passive voice ). When the verb of a sentence is in the active voice, the subject is doing the acting, as in the sentence “Kevin hit the ball.” Kevin (the subject of...
November 15, 2015

Language
Use your imagination! What kind of a bridge might you cross? Where might you look to "glance at the time" that might have a band on it?
November 15, 2015

Language
It's probably archaic, but there used to be phonebooks that listed telephone numbers by name of the subscriber. I'm drawing a blank on tower, too.
November 15, 2015

Language
I'll give you "case..." Caseload, as in the number of cases assigned to a court, social worker, attorney, etc., or the number of cases handled by a medical entity (as a clinic or doctor's office or hospital) in a given period.
November 15, 2015

Language
I think you can do this by yourself. Ms. Sue gave you answers for puzzle one. You can do the second one. Just think for a minute. What nouns with side to make a compound word?
November 15, 2015

SOC 320
Once you've decided what is being implemented, and have read your text materials, make a choice. We'll be glad to check it for you.
November 15, 2015

Science/Environmental Studies
As the newsboy said, "Read all about it!" http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4VRHB_enUS648US649&q=independent+and+dependent+variables+in+global+warming
November 15, 2015

Social Studies
I think you have the priorities of the king and Parliament reversed. They were anxious to explore and claim new land first. Letting the Puritans go to the New World was more for domestic politics. If they wanted to be different, let 'em go, and if they wanted to go to the ...
November 15, 2015

Social Studies
All are correct!
November 15, 2015

Allanridge Seconday School
I think you need more than a secondary education to be a therapist of any kind. What kind of therapist do you want to be? There are many kinds: occupational, physical, psychological, and others. You need to define your goals more precisely, then explore what kind of post-...
November 14, 2015

English
"The verdict was deliberated..."
November 14, 2015

English
http://grammar.about.com/od/pq/g/pasvoiceterm.htm
November 14, 2015

English
Can a block of wood, scrap metal, or a chunk of granite rock be the means of producing fine art?
November 14, 2015

Government
You might want to read about it: http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&aq=&oq=cabinaet+officers+nd+the+bureaucacy&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4VRHB_enUS648US649&q=cabinaet+officers+nd+the+bureaucacy&gs_l=hp....0.0.0.10123...........0.EIESjZF8Wjw
November 14, 2015

English
In the USA, it's pronounced "spaus". I don't know how it would be pronounced in the UK, Australia or other countries. We do use the "z" sound sometimes as in a "spousal relationship", but that is a variation and maybe just lazy. The "...
November 13, 2015

English
In this sentence, no comma is needed before the "and". Otherwise, they are all correct. The most commonly used phrase would be to put it back, although it would be even more common to say the fish was released, meaning released back into the water to go on living.
November 13, 2015

English
You are switching back and forth from past tense to present tense. If this is a narrative of something that happened last year, it should all be in past tense. Your friend "says" is present tense. Past tense is your friend "said". Correct that problem, and ...
November 13, 2015

English
Yes, they both mean the same thing. Jazz is a genre of music, so it need not be stated as in "jazz music" in relation to "rock music". Using the word "music" once is enough in this sentence, although it's fine to use it twice as in the second ...
November 13, 2015

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