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February 14, 2016

Posts by Reed

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social studies
Yes, it is Asia. I'm not sure you understand the map, but Asia is correct.
February 1, 2016

activity
I guess none, since none are listed.
February 1, 2016

English
Yes to all three of your questions!
February 1, 2016

English
2 and 4 don't make sense. How does one prepare FOR a pencil and an eraser? Are they going to attack? 3 is grammatical, but I don't know why you would prepare a pencil for me if you are going to use it to take the test. #1 is the only one that is grammatical and makes ...
February 1, 2016

English
They are all grammatical, but #1 is the way we would say it. The other two could mean he left the impression of his foot in the sand or the impression of his head in a pillow.
February 1, 2016

LA
http://www.writing.com/main/view_item/item_id/927399-How-To-Write-A-Good-Paragraph
January 31, 2016

LA
Then use that in your paragraph! You have to write it. No more posts begging for someone to do your work for you!
January 31, 2016

LA
No, we are not going to do your homework for you. What words and phrases give you that vibe? It's simple assignment.
January 31, 2016

Social Studies (Check, Please!)
If your teacher accepts quotations from the textbook, fine. I'd put it in your own words, though, so you can demonstrate you understand the textbook and what those words mean.
January 31, 2016

Social Studies (Check, Please!)
Where did you get those quotations? You need to identify the source. You're right, but don't quote or paraphrase without identifying your source.
January 31, 2016

english
Read this: http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/multiculturalism/
January 31, 2016

LA
Sounds like a personal problem to me.
January 31, 2016

LA
the question is what use of words created an idea or a vision of a city for YOU! We can't read your mind. Only you can answer this.
January 31, 2016

HISTORY HELP
No. It's neither b nor c. You're on your own. Reread your assigned materials.
January 31, 2016

English
You need to research the original symbolism represented by the battle flag. Who designed it and what did HE think it represented? What did it represent to the Army of Northern Virginia? Who used it after the Civil War (and during the Civil Rights Era of the 1950s-60s) to ...
January 31, 2016

Social Studies
What do you think? Does it take the same skill set to be a farmer in the age before machinery as it does to be a computer programmer today? What kind of help do you need for this question?
January 30, 2016

Social Studies (Check, Please!)
Your answers are correct.
January 30, 2016

Thanking tutors
Thank YOU, Essence. Happy studying. Know we're here when you need us.
January 30, 2016

Modernist Poetry
http://www.poets.org/poetsorg/text/brief-guide-modernism
January 30, 2016

POETRY
I agree. It's the alliterative "w" sound.
January 30, 2016

Psychology
Since problem-focused coping focuses on stress, what would you think?
January 30, 2016

College- US History
LOL! Still one of my favorite programs. Actually, it was, in part, historically accurate.
January 29, 2016

College- US History
Ms. Sue left out television. At one time, western dramas were very popular TV programs, emphasizing the rugged individual armed with his six gun, quick on the draw, quick to join a posse to chase the outlaw, often a "lawman" protecting the weak from evil predators.
January 29, 2016

English
All are grammatical. #1 could mean either (because he was tired or had other things to do), or forever.
January 29, 2016

Social Studies
Well, okay. That does make a difference. Look up "North American oil extraction" on Google or whatever search engine you use and you'll find lots.
January 29, 2016

Social Studies
That is a big, vague question. What natural resources: iron ore, forests, oil and gas, or what? Both countries harvest, mine, drill for, natural resources as needed for commerce. There are restrictions, sometimes, on where and how that can be done. Those restrictions may vary ...
January 29, 2016

Project Management
How the risk is dealt with has nothing to do with the risk factor. Take a look at the risk factor separately from how each organization might deal with it.
January 29, 2016

english
I think you're right.
January 29, 2016

Business Law
Yes. The supplier broke the contract.
January 29, 2016

Economics
I think you are right!
January 29, 2016

Economics
If you are unsure, look up the words in question: scarcity and shortage.
January 29, 2016

Georgia State History
No. What is a statute?
January 29, 2016

English Language
I'll give you a couple of hints. We can't edit for you here. #1, "through" is used wrongly here. One does not through one's self into a project. One may "zip through it," but not into it. #2 Time is mistyped or mis-stated. 9:30 AM is correct, or...
January 29, 2016

History
yes, d.
January 29, 2016

History
And your answer is? We'll be glad to check it. Here, there is one correct answer.
January 29, 2016

Economics
What does your text say? That's all you have to go on. "Factors" can mean not only the means of production (manufacturing, etc.) but natural resources (mining, oil drilling, etc.), labor, and other factors.
January 29, 2016

Economics
What are the "factors" of production? Companies or corporations (firms) often own the factories or means of production. Sometimes it's an individual or a family. It depends on your definition of "factors".
January 29, 2016

History
A does not apply. There are Jews all over the world. b), c), and d) all do apply. We don't know what your teacher or algorithm will consider THE correct answer.
January 29, 2016

English
Who or what stopped flowing and making music to listen to Orpheus's music?
January 29, 2016

Social Studies (Check)
Turn it in.
January 29, 2016

Economics
Note that the question's phrase is guns OR butter, not guns AND butter.
January 29, 2016

Economics
Guns are military equipment. Butter is food. Does a government have to make a choice between the two, or can it do both, have an expensive military AND support the poor?
January 29, 2016

English
Yes.
January 29, 2016

English
Yes, c.
January 29, 2016

English
No problem, Mads. :)
January 29, 2016

English
A is right. :)
January 29, 2016

English
Actually, "profound" and "profundidad" probably come from the same Latin root. I'd have to look that up, but you can, too, by looking up the etymology of "profound".
January 29, 2016

English
You are correct! If and when you don't know the meaning of a word, look it up in a dictionary. You can do that on line by typing the word in your browser and click on the search icon or "enter".
January 29, 2016

English
"loved" is the infinitive verb -- it leads to what is loved. "loved watching" is the infinitive phrase.
January 29, 2016

More of an ethic question. . .
I think you're handling it very well. Sharing it is a good idea if he doesn't want to return it to you. And if he is such a good, valued friend, maybe just let him keep it.
January 29, 2016

More of an ethic question. . .
You can approach this question a number of different ways. One is to weigh the harm done by any possible action. Ideally, your friend should have returned the game to you when he found it. He did not. You did not openly make it a gift to him, so he might have assumed you left ...
January 29, 2016

Astral
Yes and no, Astral. Israel is not a city, it is a nation or a territory that encompasses more than a city. You are referring to the city of Jerusalem, which is holy to all three Abramic religions: Islam, Judaism, and Christianity.
January 29, 2016

History
And the Torah (the Old Testament in the Christian Bible) says that what is now Israel was the "promised land" (promised to the Hebrews by God).
January 29, 2016

poetry
PsyDAG is right. Without knowing what haikus you have read, we can't help you. The context of the references to blossoms makes a big difference. What is the overall tone of the haiku? What symbolism is usually associated with blossoms in Japanese haiku? You should be able ...
January 29, 2016

Language Arts
I have known Ms. Sue for over 50 years. She is not rude. She will point out that a student isn't thinking, or is incomplete, or is just guessing. That's not rude. And one thing WE won't do is let you get three wrong answers and come to the correct one by process of...
January 28, 2016

computer science
I'm not sure I understand your question as stated. Is it: "Does the internet still provide military news, espionage, warfare and intelligence gathering?" Or are you asking about some other social value? If so, what social value does the internet provide now, as ...
January 28, 2016

English
What is the theme of the play? What is Miller describing in THE CRUCIBLE? What motivates his characters to act as they do? Why are they all hunting for witches? What effect does their witch-hunting have? Are innocent people caught up in the witch-hunt? Or are people evil just ...
January 28, 2016

liturature
And, yes, if you are studying literature, you should learn to spell the word.
January 28, 2016

liturature
Which boys? Who or what is being knocked out? Harold Stassen was knocked out of running for president several times.
January 28, 2016

English
I disagree.
January 28, 2016

history
How early? Marx and Engels, Eugene Debs? Look up Eugene Debs. Or look up socialism in the Progressive Era (1890-1920).
January 28, 2016

English
Sorry, that is not all correct. "equipment" is the direct object of the verb "packed".
January 28, 2016

English
It's a compound sentence, so has two subjects and two verbs. As written, the subject of the second clause is implied, but is "they". This sentence or sentences has/have no direct object. There is, however, a misplaced modifier.
January 28, 2016

computer
Oops. Here is the live link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_operating_systems
January 28, 2016

computer
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_operating_systems Click on the ones you want to know more about for a link to an article about that system.
January 28, 2016

English
yes, "a" is the best choice. Ms. Sue's comment, though, is well-taken. A real absence excuse note does not need all this detail!!
January 28, 2016

English
I think you're right. The whole poem is about rearranging things in nature, but that expresses the grace Nature uses in doing so.
January 28, 2016

Social Studies
We also do not need to re-check the ones you got right the first time, just new answers to the ones you got wrong.
January 28, 2016

English
I agree.
January 28, 2016

English
Correct
January 28, 2016

English
Yes
January 28, 2016

English
Yes. Excellent physical condition is required to run a four-minute mile.
January 28, 2016

English
No. physical condition does not run a four-minute mile.
January 28, 2016

English
I think so. It modifies "anxious", which is a noun.
January 28, 2016

English
No.
January 28, 2016

English
Yes.
January 28, 2016

English
Yep. That's pretty vivid!
January 28, 2016

Plz correct me!!
You are correct. Boiling the mixture has the result of evaporation as the water turns to vapor and "boils off".
January 28, 2016

Social Study'S
Cotton is also a warm-weather crop and does not do well in colder climates, so the South was ideal for growing it, as opposed to, say, apples, which require cold winters.
January 28, 2016

Jefferson
Jefferson is your school subject? There is an entire class dedicated to the study of the president, or is it George Jefferson, the fictional dry-cleaner?
January 28, 2016

US History
All I can suggest is that you think about where the cities were at that time, and how concentrations of wealth and population have an impact on how much influence can be exerted. Has anything changed in the last 120 years?
January 28, 2016

history plz help
Read the whole article, not just the opening sentence! You have to read to learn about such things!
January 28, 2016

history plz help
That is exactly what it accomplished! If we wanted that territory, how would we get it? Go to war over it? Take it by military force? No, we bought it, through diplomacy. It GREATLY expanded the United States and opened all that acreage for expansion and settlement and use of ...
January 28, 2016

history plz help
If you read the article posted by the Department of State, you can click on any of the examples (underlined and in blue) for details about that particular treaty or diplomatic effort.
January 28, 2016

history plz help
Read the link! We can't write your answer for you.
January 28, 2016

history plz help
http://history.state.gov/departmenthistory/short-history/gains
January 28, 2016

use of library
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Library_classification http://lis510-libraries.wikispaces.com/Different+departments+within+the+library http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Library_catalog
January 28, 2016

English
Well, can you do this assignment? How can we help you with it?
January 28, 2016

english
No. Don't guess. http://www.grammar.com/infinitive-phrase
January 28, 2016

Art
Your answers to 1 through 9 look right to me. #10 - no. Although I think, for question #2, oil paint might be a better choice than old paint.
January 28, 2016

Social studies
A law is what? Look up synonyms for "law".
January 28, 2016

Social studies
You are correct. No laws give a governor those powers, but he/she has them anyway.
January 28, 2016

English
Have you looked up both men and read about them aside from in your textbooks? I would, if I was you. Google them and read biographies, with attention to what they did in office and why. You should be able to compare and contrast them. I don't think you need eight or ten ...
January 28, 2016

English
I have no idea! These are Hindi names? Only someone who speaks Hindi would know!
January 28, 2016

operating system
There's a question here someplace?
January 28, 2016

English
I agree on all but #3. The answer to that one is highly subjective. Your answer might seem the least effective in promoting an amusement park, but not to me. I'd be concerned about the safety of the rides. I might say that if all children do is sip lemonade and eat popcorn...
January 27, 2016

English
yes.
January 27, 2016

Penn foster
The envelope please. And the winner is? What is your answer? We'll be glad to check it.
January 27, 2016

English
Correct.
January 27, 2016

language arts
1 is correct. 2 and 3 are wrong.
January 27, 2016

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