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science
Will you please check? Physical or chemical properties 1. bitter taste = physical taste 2. can neutralize a base= physical property 3. boiling point = physical property 4. reacts with a base to form water= physical 5. reacts with acid to form hydrogen = chemical property 6. ...
September 12, 2012

science
Will you please check my answers? Substances or mixtures? 1. Carbon Dioxide = M 2.salt water =M 3. table salt = M Homogeneous or Heterogeneous Matter- 1. flat soda pop = Heterogeneous 2. aluminum foil = Homogeneous 3. black coffee = Homogeneous 4. beach sand = heterogeneous 5...
September 12, 2012

geography
I just wanted to make sure my answers are correct, Can you check it please? Find an example of an area of land that is smaller than a continent and is completely surrounded by water. What term is used to describe this type of land? An example is Jamaica. The term that is used ...
September 11, 2012

geography
Will you check my answers for me? 1. How many states are part of the contiguous United States? 48 states 2. Is the Tropic of Cancer north or south of the equator? North of the Equator 3. What are the names of the Earth's continents? North America, South America, Antarctica...
September 10, 2012

9th grade algebra/Ms Sue
No, I did not check Reiny's answer that night. I did check it just now and it is the same answer I got the very first time I did the problem,but my Dad did not agree with me at that time. He did later after going over and over it. Thanks Ms. Sue. We just got notice that we...
August 26, 2012

geography
Thank You and I did some more questions. Can you check them? 1. Is the Antarctic Circle north or south of the equator? South of the equator 2. All lines of longitude are measured east and west of what imaginary line? The Prime Meridian. Ms. Sue the 9th grade Algebra question I...
August 26, 2012

geography
Can you check my answers, please? 1. Latitude is measured north and south of what imaginary line? The Equator 2. Which of the following is not a city: Bangladesh, Tokyo, Amsterdam, New Delhi? Bangladesh 3. What is the name given to a point of land extending into a body of ...
August 26, 2012

9th grade algebra/Ms Sue
Okay Ms. Sue. I am in 8th grade but I am taking Algebra with 9th graders. I am very confused with my previous problem. I have asked my Dad but we are both getting confused. Now I have come up with 22. Is this my correct answer?
August 22, 2012

9th grade Algebra
The question that Mr. Kirk helped me with a little while ago. I am trying to do it on my calculator this time. I cannot seem to come out with the answer. I can't seem to get a logical answer. Will you please explain it to me? I just cannot grasp it!!
August 22, 2012

9th grade Algebra
Did I get the right answer for this? Evaluate the expression 3x squared - 5x when x= -2 My Answer is 46. I got this by doing 3 times -2 and squaring that and then multiplying 5 times -2 and subtracting that ( negative 10 ) from 36. Is this correct?
August 22, 2012

english 11
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May 1, 2012

geography
1. What Argentine river has the same name as one of the states in the United States? The Colorado River 2. What landform is part of the northwest corner of Africa? mountains 3. What is the capital of Germany? Berlin 4. What natural boundary separates Tennessee and Arkansas? ...
March 18, 2012

geography
1. What hemisphere, the Northern or Southern, has the most land? The Northern 2. What gulf is located south of the intersection of 50 degrees E longitude and 30 degrees N latitude? The Persian Gulf 3. Which state capital is north of 40 degrees N latitude: Frankfort, Denver, ...
March 16, 2012

geography
1. What is the capital of the Scandinavian nation whose eastern border is the Soviet Union? Helsinki, Finland 2. Which will have dawn first, eastern North America or eastern South America? Eastern South America 3. What is the capital of Idaho? Is it east or west of 100 degrees...
February 23, 2012

geography
1. What country is due south of Egypt? Sudan 2. Is Phnom Penh or Hanoi the capital of Vietnam? Hanoi 3. Besides the Soviet Union, what other country borders the world's largest lake? Iran 4. What river runs west to east across the northern part of Italy? The Po River Can ...
February 22, 2012

geography
1. What European city is near the intersection of 60 degrees N latitude and 30 degrees E longitude? Saint Petersburg, Russia 2. What river is found in Northeast India? Brahmaputra River 3. Three-fourths of an inch on a map equals 500 miles. From Chicago to Cleveland is 1/2 of ...
February 13, 2012

geography
1. Sofia is the capital of what European nation? Bulgaria 2. Find the Nile River in Africa. What two cities are located near its Delta? Cairo and Alexandria 3. What large island is found off the coast of southern Labrador? Newfoundland 4. What is the capital of the only state ...
February 12, 2012

math
Starting at point P, a fly moves 1 foot east, 2 feet west, 3 feet east, 4 feet west, and continues alternately making east and west moves, each time lengthening the distance by 1 foot. a. In relation to point P, where is the fly after 50 moves? b. Where is the fly after 55 moves?
February 8, 2012

geography
1. What large desert in Africa is almost as big as the forty- eight contiguous states in the United States? The Sahara Desert 2. The delta of what river is south of the island nation of Trinidad and Tobago? The Oronico River 3. What is the natural boundary between France and ...
February 5, 2012

geography
1. What gulf is north of Somalia and south of Yemen? The Gulf of Aden 2. What is the capital of Trinidad and Tobago? Port of Spain 3. What large river in Eastern Europe passes through Vienna, Austria, and Budapest, Hungary? The Danube River 4. Along what line of longitude does...
February 5, 2012

science
Can you help me please? List at least three ways in which insects can help humans? 1. Bees can help by the honey they make. it can be used by humans in many ways. 2. They help the ecology by being producers, consumers and decomposers in the food chain. 3. Insects can be an ...
February 5, 2012

geography
1. What country possesses Easter Island off the coast of South America? Chile 2. What is the westernmost state in the United States? Alaska 3. What forms the natural boundary between Argentina and Uruguay? The Uruguay River 4. What is the name of the country located in the ...
January 29, 2012

geography
1. In what direction does the Nile River flow? The river flows North. 2.Paris,France, is southeast of the itersection of ? degree(s) longitude and ? degree(s) latitude? 0 degrees longitude and 50 degrees latitude 3. Does Mexico have more coastline on the Gulf of Mexico or on ...
January 28, 2012

geography
1. Is it farther to go from Venezuela to Bolivia or Venezuela to Cuba? Venezuela to Bolivia 2. What is the name of the salt lake located on the border between Israel and Jordan? The Dead Sea 3. Katmandu is the capital of which Asian nation? Nepal 4. What is the name of a well ...
January 21, 2012

geography
1. The mouth of the Parana River is located in Argentina. In what country can its source be found? Brazil 2. In what ocean do 20 degrees S latitude and 80 degrees E longitude intersect? The Indian Ocean 3. Land formed by soil deposited at the mouth of a river is called a? ...
January 21, 2012

geography
Which state capital is east of 90 degrees W longitude: Jackson, Indianapolis, St. Paul? My answer is Indianapolis. 2. Describe the Pacific Ocean's location in relation to the continents it touches. The Pacific Ocean is East of Asia and Australia and West of North America ...
January 16, 2012

science
I need to answer an essay question for science and I wanted to make sure of something first. The essay question is- What characteristics do plants share? Can you tell me if all plant cells have chloroplasts? I do not think they do so that would not be included in a ...
January 16, 2012

geography
I am pretty sure my answers are correct, but can you double check? 1.What capital city is near 40 degrees N latitude and 83 degrees W longitude? Columbus, Ohio 2. Which area has the higher elevation, eastern or western Brazil? western Brazil 3. What natural boundary separates ...
December 12, 2011

geography (Ms. Sue)
Thanks for the map. Kingston, Jamaica and Kinshasa, Dem. Rep. of Congo are both capitals of their country.
December 11, 2011

geography
1. What isthmus connects North and South America? The isthmus of Panama 2. What are the continents of the world arranged according to land size, largest to smallest? Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia 3. What do Kingston, Jamaica and ...
December 11, 2011

geography
1. In what country does 40 degrees N latitude cross 40 degrees E longitude? Turkey 2. Which city is the capital of Hungary: Bucharest, Budapest, Vienna, Prague? Budapest I am kinda unsure of number one. Can let me know if both of them are correct?
December 4, 2011

geography
1. Cape Agulhas is the southernmost point on what continent? Africa 2. What capital city is near 20 degrees N latitude and 100 degrees W longitude? Mexico City 3. Would you probably find a scale of 1-inch equals 1,500 miles on a map of your city, state or world? World Can you ...
December 3, 2011

science anyone
I was wondering if someone could look at my answers and let me know if they sound okay. I put them in at 6:48 and 6:54 today. I understand if you can't help!
November 28, 2011

science
How do some fungi help plants grow larger and healthier? Some fungi help plants grow larger and healthier when their hyphae into or on a plant's roots. The hyphae spread out and absorb the water and nutrients the plants needs.
November 28, 2011

science
Describe the process by which a fungus feeds. A fungus feeds first by growing hyphae into the food source. Then chemicals ooze from the hyphae into the food source. The chemicals break down food into substances that the hyphae are able to absorb. I used our science book. Our ...
November 28, 2011

geography
1. Which country is the smallest in land area in Central America? largest? El Salvador has the smallest area. Mexico has the largest area. 2. What do Finland, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Romania all have in common? The countries are all in Europe. Do you think my ...
November 27, 2011

geography (Ms. Sue and Writeteacher)
Thank both of you for your help. I have a few more but I am not finished looking for the answers.
November 26, 2011

geography
1. If you travel from the Eastern Standard Time Zone to the Central Standard Time Zone, you must adjust your watch. What do you need to do it? You need to add an hour. 2. What two countries in the Caribbean Sea share the same island? The Dominican Republic and Haiti. 3. The ...
November 26, 2011

geography
1. What five countries are landlocked? Nepal, Afghanistan, Bhutan, Mongolia, and Tajikistan. 2.What is the name of the body of water that is part of the Indian Ocean between the east coast of India and the Malay Peninsula? Bay of Bengal Can you check my answers, Please?
November 25, 2011

geography (Ms. Sue)
I did copy the question wrong. It was states and not cities like I had. Thank You once again!
November 14, 2011

geography
1. What is the name of the bay that is connected to the Atlantic Ocean by the Hudson Strait? The Hudson Bay 2.What is the body of water that separates Iran from Saudi Arabia? The Persian Gulf 3. Which of the following cities is farthest north: Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, ...
November 14, 2011

geography
The Beaufort Sea touches what two North American countries? Canada and the United States 2. Are there any states located south of 25 degrees N latitude? If so, which one(s)? Yes, Hawaii. 3. What line of latitude falls halfway between the Tropics of Capricorn and Cancer? The 0 ...
November 13, 2011

geography
Will you please check my answers? 1.What states border Lake Michigan? Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan 2. How many states are on the 60 degrees N line of latitude? Just one state ( Alaska ) 3. What do the following countries have in common: Chad, Paraguay, Hungary, ...
November 7, 2011

geography
Thank y'all! I looked in my history book at the map in there and it is not the best one. I see now where part of Indonesia is in the Southern Hemisphere. So, The answer is North America and Europe are the only continents that do not have any land in the Southern Hemisphere.
November 6, 2011

geography
Can you please check my answers? 1. Which is larger, the Red Sea or the Mediterranean Sea? The Mediterranean Sea 2. How many degrees are there between the Tropics of Capricorn and Cancer? There are 46 degrees between them. 3. What is the capital of Turkey, a country which ...
November 6, 2011

geography
Which is closer to the South Pole, the southern tip of Africa or the most southern edge of mainland Australia? My answer is the most southern edge of mainland Australia.
October 31, 2011

geography (Ms. Sue)
So, My Mom was right in telling me that I was wrong in thinking it was the International Dateline. She tried to explain it to me like you did. Thank You Ms. Sue.
October 30, 2011

geography
Okay, I have my Mom looking at this with me. From the information on the map it seems the answer is the Prime Meridian at 0 degrees longitude and its twin line of longitude opposite to the Prime Meridian at 80 degrees longitude. However, I told my Mom it is the Prime Meridian ...
October 30, 2011

geography
Can you please suggest a site where I can go to help me answer this question? My book is not helping! What imaginary lines divide the Earth into the Eastern and Western Hemispheres?
October 30, 2011

geography
Thank YOU FOR THE MAP SIGHT. I see how my answer was totally wrong. That's what I get for taking the easy way out. What continents does the Arctic Circle pass through? My answer is North America, Europe, and Asia. Is that correct?
October 30, 2011

geography
Can you check these for me? 1. What is the name of the country completely surrounded by South Africa? My answer is Lesotho. 2. Which state capital is farther north, Utah's or Illinois? How do you know? My answer is Illinois's, because it is above the 40 degree N line ...
October 30, 2011

geography
A country in southeast Asia between Burma and Laos used to be called Siam. What is it called today? My answer is Thailand. Is this right? How many countries does the Antarctic Circle pass through? My answer is zero. It does not pass through any countries. Is this right? Thanks...
October 23, 2011

geography
What is the name of the largest lake in Central America? My answer is Lake Nicaragua. Is that right? What do the following countries have in common: Angola, French Guiana, United States, Portugal? My answer is: They are all bordered by the Atlantic Ocean. Am I right? I used my...
October 23, 2011

geography
Name the four oceans in order of size, largest to smallest. My answer- Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, and Arctic Ocean. If I am wrong will you please give me a web site I can go to for the answer. I do not have a book at home to refer to for the answer. My ...
October 17, 2011

geography
The question is - Into how many time zones is the Earth divided? My Answer is Twenty-Four time zones. Right? What is the approximate degrees of longitude for the International Date Line? My answer is 180 degrees longitude. Is this right? Thanks for all the help you have ever ...
October 16, 2011

geography
What is the largest gulf in the world? My findings all point to the Gulf of Mexico as being the world's largest. Am I right? One more quick one. The term geographers use when they refer to the land masses of Europe and Asia as one is Eurasia. Is that right?
October 15, 2011

geography
which state usually has the coldest year round weather and why: Tennessee, Oregon, Arizona, Georgia? My answer is Oregon. Why? Because it is farther North than Tennessee, Arizona, and Georgia. Am I right?
October 15, 2011

geography (Ms. Sue)
Ms. Sue, I looked at the website and I also looked at a few others. New World encyclopedia as well as a few of the others say it is disputed as to what country has the fourth largest land area. It is between China and the United States. So now I am really confused. What do you...
October 10, 2011

geography
Can you check my answers please? 1. Which country has the largest land area in the world? The U.S.A. 2. Which ocean is larger, the Arctic or the Indian? The Indian Ocean 3. Beijing is to China as Washington D.C. is to the Inited States. We had to fill in Beijing if I am right!
October 10, 2011

geography (Ms. Sue)
Can you suggest a site where I can find this answer? I do not have my book at home tonight. I need to name at least three items a map's key should include.
October 9, 2011

geography
What lines of latitude determine the" tropics"? My answer is 23.5 degrees N and 23.5 degrees S latitude. Am I right? Please check me on one more! Why is Greenwich, England, so important to a geographer? My answer is -- Because the prime meridian runs through it. Am I...
October 9, 2011

geography
Am I correct in saying that mountains are the landform that separates Europe from Asia?
October 3, 2011

geography
Ms. Sue the capital city is Quito, Ecuador. Is this right? If not can you give me a better map to look at???
October 3, 2011

geography
What capital city is near the equator and 80 degrees W of longitude? My answer is --- Lima, Peru. Am I right?
October 3, 2011

math
The distance between the pivot point and the marking point of a compass when drawing a circle - my answer is the radius. Is this right?
September 22, 2011

math
An angle who's vertex is in the center of a circle? I am having a very,very hard time finding the word that fits this definition!! HELP! PLEASE! I usually do not have to get help with my Math.
September 22, 2011

English
Can you check my answers. Label the simple subject(SS) and simple predicate(SP) 1. The artists had less wall space to paint on. artists=SS had=SP 2. Soon beautifully colored stained glass filled the windows. glass=SS filled=SP
September 22, 2011

geography
The five countries are Senegal, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Gambia, and Mauritania.
September 22, 2011

geography
Thank You for the map Ms. Sue Here is my answer to the question - Name five countries in Africa that have coastlines on the Atlantic Ocean and lie between 20 degrees N and 10 degrees N - Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea, Senegal, and Cote D'Ivoire. Am I wrong in saying there ...
September 22, 2011

geography
Before I try to look for the correct answer, can you tell me if this question looks right? I was wondering if my teacher meant to put something other than 20 degrees N and 10 degrees N? Question - Name five countries in Africa that have coastlines on the Atlantic Ocean and lie...
September 22, 2011

geography
How many degrees are there between the equator and the southern tip of Greenland? My answer is 60 degrees. Is this correct? Can you also give me a better map to find this on?
September 22, 2011

english
In this sentence I am suppose to give the simple subject and simple predicate. 1. The clay is usually hard and brittle at first. simple subject is clay and simple predicate is the word is 2. The soft clay is then shaped into a cup, a bowl, or a vase. simple subject is clay ...
September 20, 2011

english
I'm sorry Ms. Sue. The directions said write the simple subject or predicate for each. I told you the wrong thing.
September 20, 2011

english
We need to write the complete subject or predicate for each word group. Can you check to see if I am right? 1. many early artists ------ artists 2.designed a certain kind of dish, pot, or vase--designed 3. some early kinds of artwork -- kinds 4. were very complex and beautiful...
September 20, 2011

geography
Ms. Sue, I am not home schooled. Our teacher gives us a geography sheet every week and we are to find the answers in our book, encyclopedia, online, or whatever reference material we can. The question about Kabul really had the Soviet Union on the actual paper our teacher gave...
September 19, 2011

geography
Does a line of latitude or a line of longitude divide the Earth into Northern and Southern Hemispheres? This is an easy one but I just want to double check. The answer is a line of latitude. Right?
September 19, 2011

geography
Kabul is the capital of the country that borders the Soviet Union, Iran and Pakistan. What is the country's name? If I looked at my map correctly the answer is - Afghanistan. Am I right?
September 19, 2011

geography
The line of longitude which passes through Greenwich, England, is called the ? My answer is - The Prime Meridian. Am I right?
September 19, 2011

geography
The line of longitude which passes through Greenwich, England, is called the ? My answer is - The Prime Meridian. Am I right?
September 19, 2011

geography
What two countries are similar in physical shape? My answer is Africa and South America Is this right?
September 19, 2011

geography
Which country has the largest land area in Europe? In Asia? My answer was - Russia is the largest in both Asia And Europe. Ms. Writeteacher looked and my answer and asked me if I was sure Russia was in Europe. All the maps that I have been looking at show a big part of Russia ...
September 19, 2011

geography
Which nation is farther north, Egypt or Greece? My answer is - Greece is farther north. Am I right?
September 19, 2011

geography
Which country has the largest land area in Europe? in Asia? My answer - Russia is the largest in both Asia and Europe. Am I right?
September 19, 2011

geography
Into how many degrees of longitude is the Earth divided? My answer is 360 degrees. Am I correct?
September 12, 2011

social studies
Did the North or the South have an increase in railroad construction during the Civil War? I think the North did. The section in our book where we are suppose to find the answer is not very clear.
September 12, 2011

geography
What is the capital of the country through which the 40 degrees N line of latitude and 20 degrees E line of longitude pass? My answer - Tirana, which is the capital of the country Albania. Am I correct?
September 12, 2011

geography
Which continent is smaller in area than Europe? My answer is - Australia is smaller. Is this correct?
September 12, 2011

geography
Name the seven countries that are a part of Central America. My answer is, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama. Is this correct?
September 12, 2011

geography
One more. If you are a resident of Canberra, Australia, are you a resident of an island or a continent? Is this a trick question? Because my answer is -- You are a resident of both an island and a continent. Is that right?
September 10, 2011

geography
This is concerning Rotation. If it is dawn in the eastern United States, what is it in the western United States? Why? My answer --- It is nighttime. This is because the sun rises in the East and sets in the West. Is this correct?
September 10, 2011

geography
Why are lines of latitude and longitude important? My answer--- They are important because they help you locate exactly where a certain location is. Do you think this is the answer my teacher is looking for?
September 10, 2011

science
Please help! I am having a hard time. Can you give me some help with the cell theory point- Cells are the basic unit of structure and function of all living things. I have to include in my essay how this point explains how humans and bacteria are alike. I pretty much have the ...
September 8, 2011

science
Can you help with my essay? Maybe a website which contains good info for me! The essay is ---- Use the 3 points of the cell theory to explain how humans and bacteria are similar.
September 8, 2011

geography
I have one more that I want to make sure is correct! On what continent is the Chang Jiang found? My answer is Asia. Is this correct?
September 3, 2011

geography
Through which four South American countries does 20 degrees S line of latitude pass? My answer is Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Brazil. Is this correct?
September 3, 2011

geography
What country has the largest land area in the Western Hemisphere? My answer is Canada. Is this correct?
September 3, 2011

geography
What line of longitude forms the other half of the Prime Meridian? My answer is The International Dateline. Am I correct?
August 29, 2011

social studies
I have another Civil War question. How did the war split families and divide friends? My answer-- It pitted brother against brother, parents against their children, and neighbor against neighbor. For example, John Crittenden had two sons who were generals in the war - one for ...
August 28, 2011

social studies
Hi, Can you help please? I usually have my answer ready and ask you to check it , but this time I cannot find it? The question is--- What difficulties did the North face from its own people? This is a question from a worksheet of 12 questions and it is from the chapter about ...
August 28, 2011

geography
What does a star or dot in a circle usually mean on a map? I have my answer but again my Mom questions it? Here is my answer! A star in a dot means a capital of a country. A dot in a circle means a capital of a state.
August 19, 2011

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