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September 30, 2016

Posts by Reed

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career
Consult the catalog for that university to find out!
April 8, 2016

P.E.
Read your text materials, answer the questions based on what you have read. We'll be glad to check your answers.
April 8, 2016

Health
You too!
April 8, 2016

Health
Yes, C is right! :)
April 8, 2016

Health
And your answer is? Read your text, and we'll be glad to check your answer.
April 8, 2016

ATTENTION TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
Remember the fixed cost of the printing press remains the same, no matter how many cards you print.
April 8, 2016

ATTENTION TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
There probably is an algebraic formula for figuring this, but I'd break it down. If it costs $300 more to make 650 cards than 500, that's $300 per 150 cards. So, it would cost, $600 more to print 800 cards, etc. You figure it from there.
April 8, 2016

History
I think you're right.
April 8, 2016

Sociology
Ms. Sue's example is a good one. I'll offer another: Many states (Mississippi, North Carolina, Indiana, Arizona, Arkansas, among others) have passed laws making it legal to discriminate against LGBT persons because of moral disapproval. Reaction has been to boycott ...
April 8, 2016

general
I think this is what you are referring to (not sure): http://www.businessinsider.com/whatsapp-brings-end-to-end-encryption-to-all-users-2016-4
April 8, 2016

ela connections academy lesson4 unit 3
Getting the aswers from someone else is called cheating. We frown on that here. Read the lesson and find the answers for yourself. If there is something you don't understand, we'll try to help, and we will check your answers for you.
April 8, 2016

Chemistry?
I have no idea what a class called "case" might be about. This looks like chemistry to me.
April 8, 2016

English
Yes, I think so. I'm not sure what a salt-stream is. "Kenning" has more than one meaning. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/kenning The Oxford dictionary defines it this way, which is what I think you're looking for: ken·ning1. [ˈkeniNG] ...
April 8, 2016

social study
I don't know. "Compound family" is a term I'm not familiar with. There are "family compounds" where an extended family (several generations, siblings, etc.) live in houses on the same piece of land, like a private neighborhood. Could it mean what we...
April 8, 2016

History
Yes. Actually, some auto plants were built in the southeast (Tennessee, South Carolina, etc.) while auto plants in Michigan and Ohio were closed. It wasn't only auto manufacturing that left the northeast, though. It was many types of manufacturing, and it's still going...
April 8, 2016

life orientation
What argument? Whose conclusions?
April 8, 2016

History
Yes. :)
April 7, 2016

History
No. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rust_Belt
April 7, 2016

English
In this case, they both mean the same thing. Again, "after" means sometime after the elapse of ten days. "In ten days" is more definite, but both mean roughly the same thing. The dog pound will wait ten days for someone to claim the dog or adopt it, then ...
April 7, 2016

English
1 & 2 are both correct. We probably would not say, "for him to read", but it is correct. We would just say, "How long did it take him..." 3 & 4. 3 is correct. 4 is not. Any number up to eleven is spelled out, "five", not "5". At the ...
April 7, 2016

English
1 & 2: 1 is find, using "after". That means after we have eaten our lunch, or after the lunch period. #2 is not correct. "In" lunch? There's a fly in my soup? What is in lunch? Too much garlic? You could say you will leave during the lunch period. It ...
April 7, 2016

American History
Read his testimony before Congress and find out if B is correct or not.
April 7, 2016

American History
And your answer is? We'll check your work, not give you the answers, Angie. If your text materials are unreadable, read some of these links: http://www.bing.com/search?q=john+kerry+on+soldiers+returning+from+vietnam&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=8322ede54b4241bf9f47bad61d3a285d&...
April 7, 2016

American History
What do you think? http://www.history.com/speeches/agnew-denounces-student-movement
April 7, 2016

World History
I recommend you consult your text materials to see how England and France tried to appease Mr. Hitler. This will give you a good overview of the events leading up to World War II: http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/world-war-ii-history
April 7, 2016

American History
See the link I posted above.
April 7, 2016

American History
I agree. A is the best choice.
April 7, 2016

Art
I agree.
April 7, 2016

Technology in the classroom
And your choice is? The envelope please!
April 7, 2016

Language arts
#1 - no #2 - yes
April 7, 2016

English
I think what you list here is only part of what romanticism embodies. According to the American Academy of Poetry: Romantic poets cultivated individualism, reverence for the natural world, idealism, physical and emotional passion, and an interest in the mystic and supernatural...
April 7, 2016

English
Africa is a big continent with many different cultures, tribes, etc., and many different marriage traditions. Read lots before you make up your mind: http://www.bing.com/search?q=african+marriage+traditions&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=88a18a7edf8a45ff9e2a2ac39a4a2479&pq=african%...
April 7, 2016

life orientation
Read lots before you try to answer this question: http://www.bing.com/search?q=human%20rights%20in%20south%20africa&qs=n&form=QBRE&pq=human%20rights%20in%20south%20africa&sc=0-0&sp=-1&sk=&cvid=BDE3B6702C0A44F08B1F73B10EC0C7FB
April 7, 2016

English
On question 3, his or her would be better grammar, but we probably would say their instead, as a catch-all or whomever's image is reflected. KentG is correct on questions 1 and 2 (and mostly correct on 3). :)
April 7, 2016

english
I'm sorry. "spelt" is a word, the past tense of "spell", and you used it correctly. "Spelled" is a better usage, though.
April 6, 2016

english
First, there is a misspelled word in your question. There is no such word as "spelt". As for your question, which do you think it is? If you don't know, look up the words: http://www.mirriam-webster.com
April 6, 2016

English
Correct. They are, contracted to "they're".
April 6, 2016

English
NOTE: A cow is also a mature female of elephant, moose, and a few other mammals, too, not just cattle.
April 6, 2016

English
Yes, it does mean only females: cow1. [kou] NOUN 1.a fully grown female animal of a domesticated breed of ox, used as a source of milk or beef: See cattle. "a dairy cow" Powered by Oxford Dictionaries · © Oxford University Press BUT, in informal language...
April 6, 2016

English
1 and 2 are correct. They mean the same thing. Both are commonly used. 3 is grammatically correct, but would be an unusual way of saying he bent or stooped. We would not say that. We might say he "bent over" or "stooped over" instead of "down", ...
April 6, 2016

English
No, you do not need "at" before "angle". You already have used a preposition, "from" and "at" in the sentences. "at an angle" is the prepositional phrase, with the adjective "unusual". The same for the other two ...
April 6, 2016

English
Here are several sites with worksheets on how to diagram sentences. This one is compound/complex with several clauses and phrases, so be sure to pay attention to sentences with more than two verbs, etc., and compound/complex sentences: http://www.bing.com/search?q=diagramming+...
April 6, 2016

ELA
How about a temple, and bowing..sun's...worship? What do those tell you about the speaker? Anything? How about "sun-shaped...and jewel small..."?
April 6, 2016

Social Studies
No. Read your text materials about him, or read this (or both): http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/rulersleaderskings/p/Cincinnatus.htm
April 6, 2016

Language Arts
Yes.
April 6, 2016

Language Arts
You're on it. Now, follow the directions in your assignment, one step at a time, and you'll be able to accomplish it.
April 6, 2016

English
Read about John Venn in any of these articles, or several, and see what you can find out. http://www.bing.com/search?q=john+venn&form=EDGEAR&qs=PF&cvid=f0ce5046786d4f65975c684030543976&pq=john%20venn
April 6, 2016

History
The U.K. Parliament is made up of the House of Lords and the House of Commons. This site will explain it: http://www.parliament.uk/about/
April 6, 2016

World History Honors
As to why the revolutionaries wanted to kill more people, they wanted to eliminate the noble or aristocratic class, seen as their oppressors, and anyone suspected of being a noble or an aristocrat was jailed, killed, otherwise eliminated from public life. Sometimes they didn&#...
April 6, 2016

World History Honors
Read about Mme. Tussaud. Your textbook might mention her. Here's her biography: http://www.biography.com/people/marie-tussaud-9512435 And I think we've commented on your questions and answers as we thought you need help. Ones we haven't commented on seem to need no...
April 6, 2016

World History Honors
The cart was thought a good idea because the public could see the person being transported, jeer at them, humiliate them, etc. If they walked, they would not be visible to the public. Marie Antoinette was a symbol of royal excess, not necessarily the cause of poverty -- royal ...
April 6, 2016

civics
Yes, we'd be glad to check your answers, but we have to see what they are first.
April 6, 2016

social studies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You're welcome.
April 6, 2016

social studies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yes, it's C
April 6, 2016

History (Mrs. Sue, check answer?)
Actually, the transcendentalist work that most influenced the Civil Rights Movement was Thoreau's "Civil Disobedience". I don't know these other works. "Woman in the Nineteenth Century" influenced the feminist movement, not the Civil Rights Movement.
April 6, 2016

History (Mrs. Sue, check answer?)
Check your text materials to make sure.
April 6, 2016

i need help plz
If you don't understand the Stanford article, try this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_use
April 6, 2016

i need help plz
The answer is there, if you actually read the article.
April 6, 2016

i need help plz
http://fairuse.stanford.edu/overview/fair-use/what-is-fair-use/
April 6, 2016

History
Yes, you're correct. He was called a "slave stealer", though, not a slave savior. The SS stood for Slave Stealer.
April 6, 2016

History
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Loring_Brace
April 6, 2016

History
No, it is NOT C.
April 6, 2016

History
These answers have nothing to do with Mr. Brace. You seem to have copied the answer choices from another question, not this one.
April 6, 2016

History
These answers are from the earlier question about the Second Great Awakening.
April 6, 2016

History
B is correct.
April 6, 2016

social studies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Okay. I see your answers. 1-3 are wrong, 4 & 5 are correct. You're guessing. Read your text materials.
April 6, 2016

social studies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I suggest you read your text materials, answer the questions, and then we'll be glad to check them.
April 6, 2016

U.S. History
No.
April 6, 2016

Language
On #5, since Ms. Sue and I disagree, I note it's hard to say which social trend was the most important factor. Go with what your text materials identify as the most important. I tend to agree with you because men did tend to take over leadership in the social reform ...
April 6, 2016

Language
I agree with all your answers, but can't see the image referred to in #2, so can't comment on your answer for that one.
April 6, 2016

USA TEST PREP
What do you think? If you are unclear about what those words mean, check your text materials or look them up in a dictionary. We'll be glad to check your answer.
April 6, 2016

Social Studies
I agree with B. :) The carpetbaggers were out for themselves and took advantage of all Southerners, black and white, whenever they could.
April 5, 2016

Language
I agree.
April 5, 2016

Oklahoma History
No. Not at all. Read your text materials instead of guessing.
April 5, 2016

English
At the beginning of the play, she is a "good girl", doing what is expected of her by her family. When they want her to marry Paris, what is the change that has taken place in her?
April 5, 2016

Social Studies
I think so too.
April 5, 2016

English
I don't think so. She is compliant in that quotation, is she not? "I am here, what is your will?"
April 5, 2016

social studies { somebody please help me please
1 yes 2 NO 3 & 4 - I don't know. Be sure to read your text materials to confirm your answers.
April 5, 2016

English, Please help me correct the grammar
Ads also don't usually give a reason why something is for sale. Unless it is customary in your country or community, it's no one's business why the house is for sale.
April 5, 2016

English
They are interchangeable. I think backward, inward, westward, etc., are more proper. Adding the "s" on the end is more colloquial, but by common usage, is quite acceptable. I don't know which is more American or British.
April 5, 2016

Language
Correct.
April 5, 2016

English
Except what? My super-hero vision isn't working today. I can't see your page.
April 4, 2016

Geography
Well, what do you think? Pakistan wants Kashmir inside it's boundaries, and India wants the boundary left where it is now. Is that about legal language, natural resources, or how a border functions? Or is it about where the boundary should be (demarcated)?
April 4, 2016

Geography
I don't know exactly how your text defines these kinds of disputes. Read it carefully before you decide which term applies.
April 4, 2016

Geography
No, it has nothing to do with water. It's a dispute over religion. Read lots: http://www.bing.com/search?q=border+dispute+between+india+and+pakistan&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=5abdc9ae838541688b8d15a3f2250d70&pq=border%20dispute%20between%20india%20and%20pakistan
April 4, 2016

Reading
In what sentences? I don't see any.
April 4, 2016

English
No, it does not mean completely. It means "calm down". If something is boiling, you stop the boiling by cooling the liquid. That's what "chill out" means, cool down, or calm down, when one is upset and "boiling" with some emotion (anger, ...
April 4, 2016

English
1 and 4 are correct, 2 and 3 are not. #2 says you were the prize to be won in the game. He won you? Did he take you home with him as a trophy? #3 means he beat the game, not his opponent, which is impossible. He may have beaten his opponent in the tennis game, but he didn'...
April 4, 2016

English
Yes, they are all the same meaning. There are other ways to say it, I suppose. I could say I'm having a quiet evening at home, or "chilling out" at home, or "relaxing" at home, etc. Chilling out is a slangy way of saying it. We might also advise someone...
April 4, 2016

English
"Put your feet up!" (as if on a footstool) "Have a seat!" I can't think of anything else off the top of my head. There may be others. #3 above seems a bit awkward, but is okay. They all mean the same thing. They are ways to welcome a visitor you like.
April 4, 2016

English
Hmm. It's not strictly grammatical to us a singular verb with a plural object, but we do say "favorite food is cookies" or "fruit is pears" in casual speech. 1 and 3 are more proper, as is 4-1. 4-2 and 4-3 are not proper at all. The correct verb would ...
April 4, 2016

English
#3 is not correct. Instead of a comma to separate the clauses, you need either a semi-colon or the conjunction "and": "...spicy food; she said, "dangeuniji." Or, "and she said..." #2, A is not capitalized. #5, "means' is present ...
April 4, 2016

Health
Yep. Without the brain, nothing works!
April 4, 2016

History
I think so, too! :) aThey don't grow citrus in the northeast, the Carolinas are not in the northeast, and the Pacific Ocean is a whole continent away. A few clues here. :)
April 4, 2016

English
What does your text say? What is your choice? We'll be glad to check your answer.
April 4, 2016

sci
And your answer is? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dew_point
April 4, 2016

History Help!
That was a major reason for efforts to remove the Seminole, yes. D is the best answer here.
April 4, 2016

History Help!
You are correct on #1, incorrect on #2. Read this: http://www.semtribe.com/history/IndianRemoval.aspx
April 4, 2016

Statistics????
Is that your subject?
April 4, 2016

life orientation
Where and when?
April 4, 2016

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