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Social Studies need help quick!
Yes. It's also true that free elections are a benefit, but not necessarily an ECONOMIC benefit. D is correct among these choices.
Social Studies need help quick!
I'd find two of the choices to be true, but D is as good as the other. It's true.
There's no preposition in B at all. You're on your own now.
No, not C! Read the link I posted to you.
And your answer is? http://www.grammar-monster.com/glossary/prepositional_phrase.htm
Two wrong guesses. Do not post this question again.
yes, it is.
Do you know what irony is? http://www.bing.com/search?q=irony+def&form=EDGNTC&qs=DA&cvid=2e7b2083616e479f8b5cb63a5b7384f4&pq=irony+def&cc=US&setlang=en-US
Plz help check my answer!!?
If you want an algebra tutor to see your question, try putting ALGEBRA in the SCHOOL SUBJECT box.
Plz help check my answer!!?
What school subject is this?
fast chekc my answer?? plz be quick(:
Think about it. What do pirates have to do with spreading democracy? The same with China claiming uninhabited islands? Think it through. What were the Eastern European nations before they joined NATO? What is the result of armed forces supporting dictatorships in Egypt and ...
No, you did not. If you did, you'd know the answers. You must learn to read.
Well, this: http://www.merriam-webster.com
Or try this: http://www.merriam-webster.com/archetype
ELA Walk two moons
While I can't help on the first two questions, "ornery" does mean "ill-tempered" in any story.
What is the story in this poem? What is the plot? Does it have characters, like Paul Revere on his midnight ride or Odysseus' journeys and the characters he meets? A narrative poem tells a story, it has a plot. Does this poem do that?
In any case, C is wrong. Read it again.
And your answer is? What does your text say? We'll be glad to check your answer. I'm sure it's in your text, waiting for you to read it.
When you have read your text materals and have some answers, we'll be glad to check them. You have to read first, though.
I think you are expected to extrapolate your responses from the lectures and units you have read. Think about it. If the party leadership convinces the elected official to take a stand that is opposed to the interests of the voters in his/her district, will the voters be ...
Do you mean the story by V.S. Naipaul, or is there another one? I have not read the story, but you allegedly have. What do YOU think? Your teacher doesn't want to know what a Jiskha tutor thinks.
How does your text define "fine" art as distinct from "folk" art? Does this artist fit either category? Why do you think so? Whatever you decide, know that some people think the distinction is rather artificial and snobbish. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/...
That is one good source. There are others. Start here and read lots: http://www.bing.com/search?q=Berlin%20under%20Soviet%20control%20in%201945%20and%20after&qs=bs&form=QBRE
AP English Literature
That I agree with.
AP English Literature
If you had read the play, you would know otherwise.
What does your text say? We'll be glad to check your answer.
I think you're right.
And you're right! :)
You'll get a better response on Jiskha if you follow directions and list your school subject in the School Subject box. Your subject seems to be Chemistry.
The weather in my city is just fine, thank you. Whether or not the premise is acceptable or unacceptable is up to you to decide. No one will do your assignment for your. What do YOU think, and why?
What kind of help do you need? Is there something you don't understand about this assignment? Make sure you understand what inductive and deductive reasoning are.
Basically, what I found was advice that parents and children should have their blood "matched" by a laboratory before donating. Attending physicians will advise.
I'm not a biology teacher. We don't have an volunteer biology teachers on Jiskha. From what I can find out, there are specific circumstances under which parents cannot donate blood to their children, but I don't know what they are. Generally, relatives may donate. ...
Nope. I'm not an art expert, so I can post articles that do reflect expertise. You have to do your own work.
You can read about da Vince's art here, including the "Mona Lisa", See what you can find, but look at the work yourself and see what you can identify and how you react to it. http://www.bing.com/search?q=use+of+lines+in+da+vinci%27s+mona+lisa&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&...
One sentence? Certainly not one phrase. And I don't think Plato ever visited Rome. Where was he from? Start that Plato was born...in an aristocratic _____ family, many of whom were politicians, but...
who is still incorrect in #3 and #4. In #2, you do not need the second "of". "of whom" is clear without it. Without the second "of", #2 actually is better than #1 (it's reads better and sounds better), but neither is incorrect.
Neither have I.
There might be a hint here, too. Was Augustus British?
S.S I need help
HOW can we help you with this assignment? Is there something you do not understand? Be specific, please.
A critique and an analysis are almost synonymous. Either may be correct. It depends on how YOUR text materials define these words.
I think there's a better answer. Is the writer describing the painting, like the subject, the background, etc., or telling us what the painter's strengths are?
Either way, writeteacher is right to advise you to make sure you know what each of these terms mean, precisely. I think there's a better answer than B, but B could be right, depending on how your text defines the term.
Here are several articles on the topic. Read more than one and you'll learn much. http://www.bing.com/search?q=discrimination+against+immigrants%2C+early+1900s%2C+us&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=8f57504145b742e58b05101677d32d0d&pq=discrimination+against+immigrants%2C+early+1900s...
Yes, you can.
They all mean the same thing. I don't know if #4 is used anywhere, but may be in parts of the United Kingdom. I'm American, so don't know. It would not be used here.
Sorry. My long-distance x-ray vision isn't working. What map? What islands?
I really don't know the context. I haven't read this story. Were the people "privileged" to watch doing so voluntarily? Were they under orders to watch? Were they doing so willingly? If unwillingly, I would agree. I think D might be the answer, too. The ...
Well, Steinbeck was discussing the Civil War. Read the essay before you respond to any questions about it, though - if you're not allowed to take your books home, I fail to understand that, but I guess you have to live with it.
Why does your school not provide copies if you are assigned to read these pieces, or your parents if you are expected to buy your own materials? Both are under copyright, so not available in whole on line. The Sparknotes on the O'Brien piece should help. http://www....
And for-profit "schools" do things as cheaply as possible with little concern for what is taught as long as they go through the motions.
I think you're correct on all three. That said, I'm not sure we have tutors who are economics teachers, so double-check your text materials if you are unsure. You can also "google" equilibrium pricing, etc.
You are very welcome!
You're on the right track. I think this will explain it more fully for you. http://www.civilwar.org/education/history/civil-war-overview/statesrights.html
Again, watch your capitalization. The Great Wall is a proper noun. You once refer to the Mongolian empire and again to the Mongolian Empire. Which do you think is right? And you use a semi-colon when a comma is called for.
This is pretty good. It makes sense, and, in general, is accurate. Watch for typos. China is always capitalized as a proper noun (the name of the country). 46 must be spelled out at the beginning of a sentence (Forty-six). The Arabic numerals are appropriate INSIDE the ...
Well, what do you think? Which one fits the bill, as they say? We'll be glad to critique your answer.
No, it's not C. Go back to your textbook. And/or read this: http://www.ushistory.org/us/53a.asp
The US was "involved" in Vietnam starting in 1954, through the CIA and some military "advisors". The US deep military involvement didn't begin until 1964. McCarthy died in 1957.
No. What did McCarthy have to do with the Vietnam war? He was in the 1950s. When was the Vietnam war?
This seems to be a math question. What is Marcques?
Please don't give your fellow students the answers. The object is for THEM to learn. As a matter of fact, C is only partially correct, although your on-line "school" may think that's the correct answer.
You've made two choices. Which is it, A or D?
In part, yes, A. There's a lot more to it, but that's the best choice out of these simplistic answers.
Unless you read about it to learn about it, you won't be able to answer the question. I won't answer it for you. Google IRAN-CONTRA AFFAIR and you can find the links you need. Your text materials may help, too.
I think, for example, you'll find that the "solid South" was solidly Democratic BEFORE 1980, now is solidly Republican. What other differences can you find?
If you had looked at the results of my Bing search, you'd have found much the same material.
You might find what you're looking for here. http://www.bing.com/search?q=democratic+and+republican+party+principles&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=5889fcb2a28a4aed9f65a778c9755f83&pq=democratic+and+republican+party+principles&cc=US&setlang=en-US
Since we have not read your text to find out how the authors define these terms, it's hard for us to know. Double-check your text if you're not sure.
1 - no, not B 2 - yes, B 3 - No, not D
What does your text say? They all had bicameral legislatures, for one thing. They all provided for an executive. You go from there.
You must go to a strange school if geometry is called "Sheridan" there. If you want a geometry tutor, say so in your "School Subject" line.
Yes, that's right.
You have to write your own story. Decide how the doll was thrown away. Was it in an incinerator, the waste basket, a trash dumpster, a street receptacle? What was it like for the doll? How did the doll feel about it? Where did the doll end up? Did she meet any new people along...
No. The clause in A modifies the subject, they. It's an adjective clause.
I suggest reading your textbook to find out. If the dog ate it, read this: http://www.bing.com/search?q=.What+is+an+artery%3F&FORM=EDGNNC
Berlin was the capital of Germany (as it is now). To defeat Germany, Berlin had to be "captured".
And Paris was not really attacked. The French army had been defeated elsewhere, so the Germans just marched into Paris and occupied the city. Read your text materials.
I will not "give" you the answers. Re-read the excerpt carefully. For example, what is Elizabeth suppressing in the first sentence? What does that indicate?
1 - no 2 - yes 3 - yes 4 - no 5 - no
Self-employed also counts as a member of the labor force. He/she may own his/her own business.
Nope. A college student is not employed, is he/she?
Actually, it's an easy question to answer, but Ss does have to identify the chemical. We might guess wrong as to which one it is. I'm sure the student's text material would give the answer, though.
I should not answer you this time. You had two guesses before, and getting it right by process of elimination is not a good idea. What is the point of the entire passage you quote here? That having an unusual name has little or no impact on intellectual and social development...
It depends on whether the young adult is earning his or her own paycheck or still dependent upon parents/family (as most adolescents are).
This asks for your analysis, not that of a tutor. Do you have a question about the assignment?
This is a good explanation of how to write an expository essay. In your case, you don't need to do research; your source is the story. Who is the narrator? What is his/her point of view? How does he/she present the story told? Use quotations from the story to demonstrate ...