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February 13, 2016

Posts by Reed

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Suggestions needed... No specific class
Well, we sometimes do. Something rubbed off, huh?
January 17, 2016

Suggestions needed... No specific class
One thing that would make life a little easier is a car seat (passenger side or rear seat) that swivels out, over the threshold/door frame to make it easier to sit upon.
January 17, 2016

Language
I agree. C seems right to me.
January 17, 2016

Language
I disagree. If he has no mittens and has to wear socks to keep his hands warm, his family can't afford mittens? Is that in the novel?
January 17, 2016

Language
Sorry I wasn't here earlier. Ms. Sue is right when you reposted this question. What does a glove have to do with loyalty. You were right on the second try with C, helping his sister.
January 17, 2016

English
If you are confused about famous buildings, here are some suggestions: http://www.bing.com/search?q=famous+buildings+of+the+world+-+images&form=EDGEAR&qs=PF&cvid=560674cf8e8c48bfa9926ad7d1f7069e&pq=famous%20buildings%20of%20the%20world%20-%20images
January 17, 2016

English
Do you know what a compound sentence is? If so, you can write one or two. You choose the building. Do you know of any famous buildings in the world? http://grammar.about.com/od/c/g/compoundsent.htm
January 17, 2016

The Watson go to Birmingham 1963?
We've seen this question before. It's not a fair question, to be honest, because all four statements describe a cold winter in Flint, Michigan. I have NO idea which one is considered "best" by your teacher or whoever wrote this computer program you're ...
January 17, 2016

English
http://www.superteacherworksheets.com/pronouns/pronouns2.pdf
January 17, 2016

Ethiopian History
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tewodros_II
January 17, 2016

GCU
I don't know what kind of a School Subject "GCU" is, but to answer your question: Divide 132 pounds by 11 to determine the weight per foot of flatboat. Then multiply that number by 13 to determine the weight of a 13-foot boat.
January 17, 2016

Language Arts The Watson Go to Birmingham-1963
#1: All of the choices describe the cold Michigan winter. I have no idea which one is "correct" when your answer is graded. #2: I think there is a better answer. Byron is always picking on Kenny; does he usually stick up for his brother, or put him down? #3: Is ...
January 16, 2016

Language Arts The Watson Go to Birmingham-1963
I know what the book is about, and would be glad to help if I can.
January 16, 2016

Language Arts The Watson Go to Birmingham-1963
If you post your questions and answers, perhaps someone can help you.
January 16, 2016

english help please!!
Yes, C.
January 15, 2016

english help please!!
Sorry 'bout the link that didn't work. :(
January 15, 2016

english help please!!
This may help you: http://www.alex.state.al.us/uploads/7102/Elements of a Short Story.ppt
January 15, 2016

english help please!!
What is your answer? We'll be glad to check it.
January 15, 2016

history
You are wrong on 1, I don't know 2, correct on 3 & 4. Look up the word "bicameral".
January 15, 2016

History
I also recommend that you read this, in addition to the link Ms. Sue has provided: http://www.texasourtexas.texaspbs.org/the-eras-of-texas/civil-war-reconstruction
January 15, 2016

Social studies
You'll find articles here. Note that Jeffersonian diplomacy encompasses the era 1800-1829 including the administrations of Madison, Monroe, and John Quincy Adams. http://www.bing.com/search?q=jeffersonian%20diplomacy%201800-1829&qs=n&form=QBRE&pq=jeffersonian%20diplomacy%...
January 15, 2016

Health
You're correct on all three. :)
January 15, 2016

united staes history
Mr. Pursley is right. The question presents a biased point of view. Abolitionists varied all over the political and moral map, from the John Browns to preachers with moral messages to hypocrites, as Mr. Pursley points out, who were all into wage-slaves as long as the myth of ...
January 15, 2016

History
No, not at all! What did most colonists do for a living?
January 14, 2016

History
No, I'm not about to answer all these questions for you. If you have not read your text materials, you're sunk.
January 14, 2016

what would be the answer and why
Without knowing how many inches her drawing is high, how would I know?
January 14, 2016

English
I don't know what you think, only you do. Do you use social media to text your friends? What are the benefits? Are there any drawbacks or negative aspects, or have you heard or read of some possible negative aspects? Can you disprove those perceptions of negative results ...
January 14, 2016

Language Arts
It really depends on the reader's sense of humor. Whatever you think is funniest, go with it.
January 14, 2016

English
Have you read the story? Did you comprehend it at all? If so, you must know what did or did not happen in the story. If not, try reading it, or read it again.
January 14, 2016

language
Since we have no idea what novel is under consideration, and have not seen the text preview, and do not know the author, there is no way we can answer this question for you. And we would not anyway. It's your question to answer.
January 14, 2016

use of library
http://www.binghamton.edu/libraries/services/reader/index.html
January 14, 2016

English
http://www.writing.com/main/view_item/item_id/927399-How-To-Write-A-Good-Paragraph
January 14, 2016

History
The only thing I can think of is that both sides seemed to be rather racists. The anti-imperialists were reluctant to bring "inferior" people under the American flag Imperialists tended to believe "inferior" races would benefit from our benevolence.
January 14, 2016

MATH HELP FAST AND I MEAN NOW I NEED THE ANSWER!!!
And if the equator is zero latitude, which is more, 25 degrees or 45 degrees?
January 14, 2016

ECONOMICS HELP!!!
Do you know what a trade-off is? Do you know what marginal costs and benefits are? I suspect your text materials explain these concepts, and I recommend you read it. It's been tried by others to some success.
January 14, 2016

Civics
A is the best answer.
January 13, 2016

English
You're right on 1, Ms. Sue. I goofed.
January 13, 2016

English
You are wrong on 1 and 3, correct on 2.
January 13, 2016

civics
Does your state print the money in your pocket? Who runs the United States Postal Service? Neither A nor B is correct. Read your text materials. No more guesses. Think, too! Does one go to a federal government office to get a marriage license, or the county clerk (which is a ...
January 13, 2016

civics
Which of these choices does your text say is reserved to the national government? Three of them are.
January 13, 2016

civics
No, not C! You are guessing. Read your text materials and find the answer there. You're on your own after two guesses.
January 13, 2016

civics
I think there is a better answer.
January 13, 2016

English
1 - yes because the gerund phrase modifies the verb "stepping". Still no on #2. The noun clause is "the toy that fido is chewing". The toy is the subject, the phrase specifies which toy.
January 13, 2016

English
Both are incorrect.
January 13, 2016

Civics
http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/briefs/c2010br-01.pdf
January 13, 2016

civics
I think B is a good option, too, as a way to bring the problem to the City's attention and perhaps get support from other citizens. There are other options not listed here, such as attending a City Council meeting and, during the public comment portion of the meeting, ...
January 13, 2016

English
fic·tion. [ˈfikSHən] NOUN 1.literature in the form of prose, especially short stories and novels, that describes imaginary events and people. synonyms: novels · stories · (creative) writing · (prose) literature · lit Powered by ...
January 13, 2016

History
Ms. Sue has one possible answer! Here is a list of articles dealing with workplace discrimination and other forms of discrimination: http://www.bing.com/search?q=possible%20remedies%20for%20racial%20discrimination&qs=n&form=QBRE&pq=possible%20remedies%20for%20racial%...
January 13, 2016

History
Again, read lots. Start with the articles I posted to your previous question and go from there. I'll see what else I can find.
January 13, 2016

History
Read lots, and tell us what you think: http://www.bing.com/search?q=racial%20discrimination%20in%20the%20usa%20post-slavery&qs=n&form=QBRE&pq=racial%20discrimination%20in%20the%20usa%20post-slavery&sc=0-32&sp=-1&sk=&cvid=74992FFF6BA0420D8AA2F8DA412D4BE2
January 13, 2016

History
This might help you understand: http://anthro.palomar.edu/ethnicity/ethnic_3.htm
January 13, 2016

History
How one identifies himself/herself has a lot to do with self-image. President Obama is of mixed race (his mother was "white", his father "black"). He inherited dark skin and identifies as black. He could identify as "mixed", but probably not "...
January 13, 2016

ELA HW.
We both posted explanations that are clear. You have to read them. We can't read them for you.
January 13, 2016

ELA HW.
And your answer is? The envelope, please! And the winner is... ??? http://www.grammar.cl/Notes/Object_Pronouns.htm
January 13, 2016

english
2, 8, and 9 are wrong. The rest are correct. In 8, "band" is singular - it's one band.
January 13, 2016

English
What areas of government? I don't know what that means. Might he have been somewhat of a libertarian if he were alive today? What is meant by "areas of government"? State, local, national? The three branches: executive, legislative, and judicial? The military? I ...
January 12, 2016

Modernist Poetry
First, I can't write a poem for you. Here's an article on modernist poetry that might help you in choosing a form or style, although "modernism' is a very broad term. I suppose you can make it allegorical or metaphorical, or a simple narrative poem telling ...
January 12, 2016

english
Do you have a vocabulary list from which to choose to fill in the blanks? Are you supposed to think of words you think are appropriate? In any case, I won't fill them in for you. That's your job. In each case, I can think of at least two or three words that would fit.
January 12, 2016

U.S. History (Ms. Sue) (Check, Please!)
1 -5 are fine. #6: You don't tell why or how the Potsdam conference made tensions worse, you just say it did. ?? 7 and 8 are good. There's a glaring error in #9; Japan was not occupied at the beginning of World War II, was it? The rest of your answer is good. $10 is a ...
January 12, 2016

English & Composition
What do YOU think the effect is? What does "parallel" mean? Things that run (lines, in geometry) side by side. Does this say anything when ideas are presented in parallel? Are they totally different, or are they different but equal, or going every which-a-way at ...
January 12, 2016

Us history. plz help!!!
16 - yes 17 - yes 18 - yes 19 - yes 20 - yes, but the issue was NOT about tax RATES. It was about representation in the House of Representatives. The Constitutional Convention did not concern itself with tax rates, but rather who could levy taxes and for what.
January 12, 2016

us history help plz!
11 - yes 12 - you made no choice 13 - yes (they also did some farm chores, like tending chickens) 14 - yes 15 - yes
January 12, 2016

us history Plz help!
5 - no 6 - yes 7 - yes 8 - probably yes. Napoleon also needed money, so both are true. 9 - no 10- yes
January 12, 2016

One last L.A. question!
An independent clause is one that can stand on its own as a complete sentence. You take it from there.
January 12, 2016

History
If it means race as in skin color, it means that there is both less and more to it than meets the eye (skin color). Biologically and genetically, there is less difference than skin color might lead one to think. Culturally, there may be much more difference among races than ...
January 12, 2016

History
Or does in mean "race" as in skin color?
January 12, 2016

History
What kind of race? I have no context in which to understand the question. Is this a political "race" for votes, a foot race, an auto race, a horse race?
January 12, 2016

Social Studies
The word "causes" is misused here. I still don't know what you mean. I'm guessing, but I think you mean the effects of the railroad. Read this for information and understanding: http://www.ehow.com/info_8209990_effects-transcontinental-railroad.html
January 12, 2016

Social Studies
In other words, I have NO idea what the question is asking. Do you need to know what caused the railroad to be built? Do you need to know what effect the railroad had on the economy, or social development, or what?
January 12, 2016

Social Studies
What causes? Was it taking up the cause of the homeless, or civil rights, or environmental causes?
January 12, 2016

Language Arts - Please Help!
I disagree with Ms. Sue on #2. I think your first answer, b, is the best choice. The last mowing of the hay yields little (but is worth it). The aftermath is gathered in (what's left of the summer crop) and we're ready for winter.
January 12, 2016

Language Arts - Please Help!
al·lit·er·a·tion. [əˌlidəˈrâSH(ə)n] NOUN 1.the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words. Powered by Oxford Dictionaries · © Oxford University Press
January 12, 2016

Civics
And the winner is? We'll be glad to check your answer. Try reading your text materials, then try to answer based on what you have read.
January 12, 2016

Civics
You don't need to post the same question twice in just a few minute. Tutors are volunteers. Someone will see your post, but perhaps not immediately.
January 12, 2016

Social studies
I guess none, since there are none.
January 12, 2016

Language Arts
writeacher is correct. Read the explanations I posted, then you won't have to guess!
January 12, 2016

Language Arts
You are correct on 12. In 9, "you" is the subject of the sentence. "can buy" is the verb. They are not prepositional phrases. "a watermelon" is the direct object of "can buy", not a prepositional phrase. In 10, "to" is a ...
January 12, 2016

Language Arts
Also, please read this: http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/prepositionalphrase.htm
January 12, 2016

Language Arts
Each of these has two. You have identified only one in each. Read the sites I posted for you below, at your last question.
January 12, 2016

Language Arts
No. I, for one, do not have to look up each phrase to find a prepositional phrase. I can recognize a preposition. If you know what a preposition does, you should be able to do the same. here are two sites that will help you understand the function of a preposition and the ...
January 12, 2016

History
You had two guesses already. You're on your own now.
January 12, 2016

S.S
I think the northern Europeans peaked a little earlier. I'd have said the Italians. Not sure, though. )
January 12, 2016

Social Studies
Right again. You're a good student. :)
January 11, 2016

Social Studies
Yep. No water, not many people.
January 11, 2016

Social Studies
We do tend to keep reproducing! Yes.
January 11, 2016

Social Studies
I don't know the figures on this. If this is what your text says, go with it!
January 11, 2016

Social Studies
Yes. Nature accounts for the fish, not so much us.
January 11, 2016

Social Studies
Yes, now modified to allow for two children for most people.
January 11, 2016

History
Read all about it! http://www.bing.com/search?q=aztec+empire+history&qs=AS&pq=aztec+empire+history&sc=7-20&sp=1&cvid=07BBEE26837D4A06B189AF6DE5F1C9B0&FORM=QBRE
January 11, 2016

Social Studies
right again!
January 11, 2016

Social Studies
Climate change (causing droughts) will also be a factor, but of these answers, you've chosen well.
January 11, 2016

Social Studies
You are correct!
January 11, 2016

us history
I don't think so. Read lots: http://www.bing.com/search?q=decline+of+the+federalists&form=EDGNTC&qs=PF&cvid=cf2b686daa9848478b95cd3d365ace2f&pq=decline%20of%20the%20federalists
January 11, 2016

us history
And, as Ms. Sue has said, do not post this question again.
January 11, 2016

us history
NO. You didn't read what I posted. If you won't read, you won't learn. The trouble is, there are two correct answers here, and neither you nor I have any idea which is going to be accepted by your program/teacher. READ the article about the history of the Purchase...
January 11, 2016

us history
Read this and you will find the answer: http://www.history.com/topics/louisiana-purchase
January 11, 2016

us history
yes, you are right! Remember what I told you about population and representation and clout in the new Congress?
January 11, 2016

English
Use quotation marks and attribute the quotation to its source. "President George Washington said, 'I cannot tell a lie'."
January 11, 2016

us history
Yes! Now you have it right. :)
January 11, 2016

us history
The first ten amendments were adopted in 1791. Hamilton, Madison, et al. campaigned heavily in favor of adoption of the Constitution in papers and pamphlets that were widely distributed.
January 11, 2016

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