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March 1, 2015

Posts by Reed


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Anthropology
What can we do to help with this? Do you need references to source material?
February 14, 2015

English- emailing response to professor
No, you need not reveal private information. I faced a similar situation once. If the professor had denied you the right to take the exam early, you could argue about the doctor's appointment. But since you have permission to take the exam early, let things lie as they are...
February 13, 2015

Earth Science
http://www.earthquake-scale.findthedata.com
February 13, 2015

Anthropology
Casey, again, our lack of command of English language does not serve your intent. Are you talking about European colonization of the Americas? It seems you might be, but I can't tell from your questions or answers. Ms. Sue is right in that your use of language makes no ...
February 13, 2015

Science
Try also: http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bohr_model
February 13, 2015

Science
http://www.chemistry.about.com › … › Chemistry Articles & Features
February 13, 2015

core values
http://www.mypersonalimprovement.com/personalcorevalues.shtml
February 13, 2015

Earth Science
Thank you, Writeacher!
February 13, 2015

Earth Science
There it is!
February 13, 2015

Earth Science
Yes. I'm trying to post a live link for you, but am not succeeding. Look up this: http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tornado
February 13, 2015

Earth Science
correct
February 13, 2015

Project Managment
One of the most interesting experiments was a company that put a new product design up on the walls of a conference room and invited all stakeholders (except the general public) to use post-it notes to comment on various aspects of the design. For example, sales was concerned ...
February 13, 2015

Project Managment
Let's look at it another way. Suppose we manufacture buggy whips. Management says we need a new design. Engineers come up with one that looks good. The manufacturers say they do not have access to the raw materials to make it, and it will take new machinery to make it. The...
February 13, 2015

Project Managment
I won't answer for you. There are various ways to do this, some of which are not very successful, but used over and over again. Try thinking in terms of overlapping circles. You have the "executive" circle of top decision-makers, another circle of engineers ...
February 13, 2015

Anthropology
Let's put it this way: confederacy in the abstract or the Confederate States of America?
February 13, 2015

History
Amanda, there's a new concept going viral these days: READ YOUR TEXT. It's now cool to do so!
February 13, 2015

english
Okay. As long as you make your case cogently, you're fine. "Family values" often dredges up religious beliefs and social issues in today's parlance. Cities tend to be more politically liberal, so strict or right-wing conservatives may be more comfortable in ...
February 13, 2015

english
This is good, too: www.indiana.edu/~wts/pamphlets/thesis_statement.shtml
February 13, 2015

english
I'm not sure what "family values" have to do with a choice of where to live. It depends on how you define "family values." If the extended family lives in one locale, you may want to stay where they are. Otherwise, "values" have little to do ...
February 13, 2015

Earth Science
What question?
February 12, 2015

social studies
Your teacher doesn't want to know what I think. He or she wants to know what YOU think.
February 12, 2015

Quick english check
I agree with all three of your answers.
February 12, 2015

Anthropology
Casey, English is not your native language, is it? That's fine! But you do need to polish your use of English. Your story seems to be well thought-out, but I find it very difficult to read. Ms. Sue's advice is good. For example, "Abandoned husbands try to murder ...
February 12, 2015

art
You may not see this, "anonymous," but while I agree with Ms. Sue, many Native Americans who object to disturbing burial sites regard those sites as sacred and say they simply should not be disturbed, period. Perhaps that goes along with belief in life after death, ...
February 12, 2015

Legal Rights
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legal_recourse
February 12, 2015

Anthropology
Well, generally, the Native Americans traded for things like blankets and other manufactured goods they could produce for themselves only by hand. The horse was also introduced from Europe. And certainly guns were not manufactured by Native Americans. countrystudies.us/united-...
February 12, 2015

Georgia government HELP! ASAP!!
If you read it, I think it will. If that is not understandable to you use your search engine: legislative reapportionment/State of Georgia. There are several other sources, too.
February 12, 2015

Georgia government HELP! ASAP!!
go.hubbiz.com/Georgia-State-Government-Ga-7012
February 12, 2015

Anthropology
This seems correct, but your use of language needs improvement. "...strangers were not to be trusted to ANTICIPATE their land..." Look up the word and see if it fits. It does not.
February 12, 2015

Antrolopogy
I assume this is your answer? You're correct, but not clearly stated, in that Native Americans were enslaved. I'm not sure about taxation. Make sure your source for that information is solid. I'm also no sure that Native Americans revised their own history to ...
February 12, 2015

History
The website lists South Carolina battles in order, the order in which they occurred. It's very obvious if you read the article. Dates are given. Read it. And yes, you are now correct on 1 and 2. Don't guess on things you don't know--look it up.
February 12, 2015

History
You're still wrong on 1 & 2. Stop guessing and read your class material. Or use your search engine to look up the topics on line.
February 12, 2015

History
www.civilwaracademy.com/civil-war-battles-in-south-carolina.html
February 12, 2015

History
You are wrong on 1 and 2, and I'll look up a source for question 3 and get back to you.
February 12, 2015

S.S
You are correct.
February 12, 2015

H.A.C.E.
Try this website: http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Physician
February 11, 2015

English Essay
Ms. Sue's advice is excellent. Do go to that web site. I'm sure it will help.
February 11, 2015

English Essay
I tried to answer earlier. Who will be angry or disappointed? Yes, the society of origin may be angry and/or disappointed at someone who wants to "rock the boat." What is YOUR point of view? As for loss, who stands to lose? And what would be lost? And I'm not ...
February 11, 2015

how to delete ur account
Well, I see that "member" option, but I wonder why bother to delete it? And since he or she didn't have a "membership" here...????? I dunno. :)
February 11, 2015

how to delete ur account
I don't know what account you want to delete, either. I think most sites do allow such a thing, but if you do not want to use an account, say at Amazon, just don't use it! If it's a credit card number you do not wish to use, change it, or, again, just don't go ...
February 11, 2015

Science
I think there's song about this: "Everybody has the right to be wrong, at least once." Haha! Writeacher caught me VERY much in the wrong. I've had my turn.
February 11, 2015

Science
Um, one IS correct. And the small intestine is where nutrients are absorbed. The large intestine handles what's left over (waste). The esophagus is a "feeder tube" from mouth to stomach, the stomach processes the food, the small intestine gleans the nutrients ...
February 11, 2015

Science
I can't see your choices for question 2, so cannot know. Your other answers are correct.
February 11, 2015

soical studies
And you are welcome, dude. :)
February 11, 2015

soical studies
The question about "total" war is a bit confusing. I think your answer is correct, but a case could be made for other answers. And, remember, Sherman's "march" was "total" war, leaving noting in it's wake, and had the desired result as ...
February 11, 2015

soical studies
Yes, I believe so. :) But the March to the Sea ended in Savanna, NOT Charleston, so your second guess would have been wrong.
February 11, 2015

soical studies
Charleston was not destroyed.
February 11, 2015

Art
I'm not familiar with the Goya painting, but your other answers look correct to me.
February 11, 2015

history
I'm not going to do your homework for you. We gave you two sources. There are others. You can't learn if someone just gives you the answers.
February 11, 2015

history
Try this one, too. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hongwu_Emperor
February 11, 2015

AP European History
Also look into the invention of the printing press as a major change that enabled the Renaissance and the Enlightenment. How did that take scholarship and the spread of ideas out of the almost sole hands of the Church?
February 11, 2015

AP European History
I'm not going to answer for you. Look up "The Enlightenment" for insight. And keep in mind that the "Dark Ages" were not as "dark" as we might think. Much scholarship and intellectual advancement took place in Medieval Europe, but usually ...
February 11, 2015

Check answers
It's endorser, not indorser. And you are incorrect on question 1 and on question 2.
February 11, 2015

social studies
Just a note, Lila. The battles of the Civil War are important to know about. It was the bloodiest War in American history and VERY significantly changed American history. The ending of slavery was, arguably, the most significant "event" in our history after the ...
February 11, 2015

social studies
That's correct, but you're just guessing. Gettysburg and Vicksburg, fought at the same time, together turned the tide of the Civil War. Grant's capture (after a long siege) of Vicksburg, MS split the South and put control of the vital transportation link of the ...
February 11, 2015

social studies
Good, that's what I thought, but it's best to look it up if unsure. :) A is NOT the answer to question 2. Shiloh is in Tennessee, no where near the Mississippi River. Gettysburg is correct for question 1. The battle sent Lee's army packing back to the South, ending...
February 11, 2015

social studies
I do not remember where Jackson died. Look him up on your search engine to make sure you know.
February 11, 2015

social studies
You are wrong on 1 and 2.
February 11, 2015

English 9
Can't you tell from the source material? Why do YOU think she told the story?
February 11, 2015

History
Yes, d is "best," but far too much a generalization.
February 11, 2015

History
None of these choices is "best," but of the four, which do you think describes conditions in the South?
February 11, 2015

Justice
www.iirp.edu/article_detail.php?article_id=NDA0 This will give you insight into Native American Justice.
February 11, 2015

Justice
Use your search engine (Google, Bing, whatever you use). Type in "restorative justice - Native Americans" and "restorative justice ' Mennonites" and you will find several articles on the subject.
February 11, 2015

english
I do not understand this question.
February 11, 2015

English
Who would be angry? The person who refuses to be restricted or the society he/she is at odds with? What kind of loss? And what do you mean by gaining potential? The potential for what?
February 11, 2015

english
I would guess "influence," I'm not sure what the object of this question is? To improve vocabulary?
February 11, 2015

criminal investigations
This question makes no sense.
February 11, 2015

question/curiousity
Okay, then you are probably right.
February 11, 2015

question/curiousity
The lawyer may be doing just that, turning a hobby into something that may or may not earn him/her anything. What kind of a book is the nurse writing? One about nursing, as in a textbook, or a novel or a children's book or what? It may or may not be a hobby for her, but ...
February 11, 2015

english
amy, A is wrong for the second question.
February 10, 2015

Social Studies
Yes, A is correct as far as it goes, but too vague to qualify as an accurate description, as Ms. Sue noted.
February 10, 2015

Social Studies
Good answer, Ms. Sue. :) I'm back!
February 10, 2015

Language Arts
Oh, I'm sorry! I misread the question. Yes, light is nearly opposite.
January 26, 2015

Language Arts
No, it is not. Look up "ponderous" in the dictionary rather than guessing.
January 26, 2015

LA
No. Study the site Ms. Sue recommended!
January 26, 2015

English check please
Certainly Ms. Angelou is very self-confident in "Life Doesn't Frighten Me." It's very typical of the self-confidence she learned in her life. I think you're correct.
January 26, 2015

anthropology
Jimmy, look up the terms in question. Make sure you understand them. use your search engine for "bridewealth,: "bride service," and "dowry."
January 26, 2015

anthropology
I don't know what forms of kinship are prevalent in your local society, Jimmy. Matrilineal means that the maternal (female) lines of kinship are dominant. Mothers, grandmothers, aunts, etc., "rule." In other, patrilineal, societies, fathers (men) have sway. In ...
January 26, 2015

English
You are most welcome. Pronouns are really not hard, but there are so many uses for them, I understand. Perhaps a good way to remember possessive pronouns is to think of typing with YOUR hands/fingers. They are not Susie's or Jim's, they are YOURS. Susie may use her own...
January 26, 2015

English
Austin, "any" is an indefinite pronoun. It refers to no specific toy (in this case), but "toys" is the antecedent. "Hers" is possessive. Yours, mine, ours, hers, his...all possessive pronouns.
January 26, 2015

English
I'm sorry. I missed 14 - you are mistaken there.
January 26, 2015

English
Correct on 1-6. 7 & 8 are wrong. 9 is correct as are all the rest.
January 26, 2015

anthropology
again, if you don't know what a kinship system is, enter "kinship system" in your search engine. You'll find several articles on the topic.
January 26, 2015

anthropology
Enter "matrilineal societies" in your search engine for a wealth of articles on the subject.
January 26, 2015

Language arts check work
I think you're correct on all these questions except #5. Do you sympathize with or empathize with someone?
January 26, 2015

english
It might be more developmental if 3 and 4 were reversed in order. I'd say B, subdivision.
January 26, 2015

Business English
What is your question?
January 26, 2015

pol
What does your textbook say?
January 25, 2015

College Geography
Desert was "tamed" by diverting water to turn it into agricultural land, with disastrous consequences to the Aral Sea. Google the Aral Sea.
January 25, 2015

pol
You might actually read the Constitution itself. It's not difficult, it's even in English.
January 25, 2015

English
It reads comfortably, if that's what you need. I'm not sure how being nonchalant is imaginative, though, from this paragraph. Innocent, yes. You haven't demonstrated imagination.
January 25, 2015

Health
Do you mean patients who need a personal assistant in addition to a doctor?
January 24, 2015

Business Law
Yes. Witnesses to the fact that the signature is that of the testator.
January 24, 2015

history? help
Yes, I missed that post. :) That should do it. I entered civil war nurses and found eleven sources immediately. It's there.
January 24, 2015

history? help
Let me see what I can find. I'd start with Bruce Catton's books on the Civil War, but you probably don't have quick access to them. I'll be back here with what I can find to steer you to.
January 24, 2015

history? help
Good choices. Nurses might be very interesting. Did local nurses (and doctors) treat Confederate wounded along with Union wounded, for example. Go for it!
January 24, 2015

history? help
Yes, I'd be glad to help, but be specific about what you need or want, please.
January 24, 2015

crime
I just typed in "bias in news" and my search engine gave me eight suggestions of searches such as "bias in newspapers", etc. Go for it. You'll find lots of material.
January 24, 2015

crime
Google bias in news reporting. There is a web site called FACTCHECK that catches media biases as well as politicians telling untruths. Let me look around some more.
January 24, 2015

crime
It seems to me that would depend on the point of view. A real news company is not supposed to have a political alignment in reporting news, though. It may have an editorial bias in opinion pieces or interpretation of the news, but should report without bias. To bias the ...
January 24, 2015

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